While doing our Sunday evening civic duty of reading the agenda for Tuesday morning’s regularly scheduled Board of Supervisors meeting, we came across this seemingly innocuous item on the consent calendar.
Very coincidental timing, to say the least.
Of course, had the County read the LoCO post on the subject, they’d realize such a move might be too little, too late.
THC can’t comment on the facts surrounding the SAG’s investigation, because it involves minors. Plus, we don’t have any idea why they’re being investigated.
But if, as the LoCO article states, that the only reason anyone is hearing about the SAG investigation into Humboldt’s DHHS branch is because the County is seeking to fight it, one must ask: why the hell is the County trying to oppose this? It seems like Jeffrey Blanck is taking legal advice from Cyndy Day-Wilson from the City of Eureka. Which THC – and pretty much all of Humboldt – would advise Mr. Blanck is a bad idea.