Update: Supervisors Pass Code Of Conduct At Tuesday’s Meeting

Irony abounded as the Shasta County Board of Supervisors argued the pros and cons of their competing codes of conduct Tuesday. One of the sets of rules was backed by Kevin Crye while the other was backed by Tim Garmin and Mary Rickert. The two were very similar in most ways, though Crye told Garmin he didn’t like the “Woke” language in his opponents’ code. After some heated back-and-forth he-said-she-said quibbling that was characterized by some members of the public as “childish”, the board settled on Crye’s version.