My first thought on reading this editorial was "kudos to Sonoma County supervisors!" My next though was "why won't Marin's supervisors take a stand? We have asked them to, but were met with that blank stare that means either "go away", or "we're too cowardly". Or both.
Yet they have claimed for years that they have no tools with which to make meaningful changes. They continue to support new taxes to make up for the shortfall.An opportunity to give them those tools is possible, but they sit back and watch. Why?
year we made several requests for the Marin County Board of Supervisors
to submit an amicus brief in MAPE v MCERA, or in the first case to be
heard at the State Supreme Court, CalFire v CalPERS. Maybe it's time to
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