Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Cannabis Urgency Ordinance was just extended

   The Calaveras Supervisors, after hours of public comment, just passed a resolution to extend the cannabis Urgency Ordinance.

   The only NO vote was from Clyde Clapp, who has NO registered cannabis grows in his area.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

What was the difference between the first and second vote on the matter? Why did they all change their minds.

Anonymous said...

Why, money of course!!

Anonymous said...

Mr. Ironworker Tofanelli changed his mind. Mills changed his mind. Clapp steered straight and true to his campaign promises to his constituents.

Early on there was a vote on extending the urgency ordinance, 3-2 vote of NO! That killed the urgency ordinance extension. So did they legally continue? Especially, when Tofanelli made his motion which was not on the agenda to be heard. They took a break (back room deal) to discuss Tofanelli's issue, it was not a noticed closed session The only one not breaking the law was Mr. Clapp. By the way, was County Counsel was involved in this debacle?

So far, I see only one honest person on the board!

Anonymous said...

Clapp is a stupid nobody who doesnt care about regulation just cares about his vots

Anonymous said...

Pathetic ban people are on their way out. Go back to stockton where you belong

Anonymous said...

Anonymous (stupid), yes, Mr. Clapp does care about his constituents. After all, they elected him to represent them.

Anonymous said...

Far less than 50+1% of the votes went to Mr. Clapp, by comparison he had less votes than who voted no recall. Mr. Clapp only cares about himself ask his renters and business associates,

Anonymous said...

Ah, and what do Mr. Clapp's renters have to say? With rental properties is a rental agreement. Did the renters' violate the agreement? Name his business associates and I will ask them, what the problem is?
As far as the votes go, Mr. Clapp won, didn't he?

Provide the information, please or provide who you supported?