All supervisors in Mariposa County will be able to vote when the issue of command and control of County Fire is brought to the table.
A violation of the Brown Act had put that in question in recent weeks. The Brown Act is the state’s open meetings law.
During a recent meeting called by the County sheriff involving County Fire and CAL FIRE, three supervisors spoke during the gathering — which was not a meeting that had a formal agenda.
The “all hands” meeting was apparent...
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