San Luis Obispo county supervisors have two other hot agenda items. They’re taking input on a proposed vaccine passport for county residents.
Then, county clerk recorder Tommy Gong will discuss the integrity of elections in the county, and the use of the Dominion computer which is being used by the county elections office.
COLAB’s Mike Brown says many in the county have issues with those Dominion computers, and how that computer system works during the election. Mike Brown says he sees a disturbing trend at the local and federal level, particularly related to the way elections are run in the future.
As supervisorial candidate Eric Gorham mentioned earlier, the supervisors will also discuss sending a letter to the state opposing an application filed by the Shandon – San Juan water district. The supervisors will also proclaim May 2021 as “Mental Health Matters Month in San Luis Obispo county. The proclamation underlined by the recent death of supervisor Adam Hill.
That meeting underway this morning at the county council chambers.