Summary of 9-13-2022 San Diego County Board of Supervisors Meeting

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The San Diego County Board of Supervisors met on 9-13-2022 to discuss a variety of topics, including the recent wildfires and the county's budget. The board also recognized the service of Tony Meacham and Patrick Walker of Cal Fire, and proclaimed 9-13-2022 as their day in San Diego County.

  • 00:00:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors met to discuss the future of the county. The board discussed a variety of topics, including the recent wildfires and the county's budget.
  • 00:05:00 The invocation was delivered by Dr. John Ringgold from Bethel Baptist Church, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this month. The supervisors asked everyone in the audience to rise for the invocation, and thanked the congregation for its recognition of Bethel Baptist Church's 100th anniversary. They also asked for God's blessing on the supervisors and their fellow county residents as they conducted the meeting today. Finally, the supervisors asked for forgiveness for their sins and for help from God in living up to the truth that righteousness exalts a people.
  • 00:10:00 Supervisors deliver speeches, and then first graders from Orange Glen Elementary recite the Pledge of Allegiance. The Supervisors thank the firefighters, and then turn the meeting over to the Board of Education for a vote on a new superintendent.
  • 00:15:00 Supervisor Jim Desmond and Patrick Walker recognize the service of Tony Meacham and Patrick Walker, who have served 35 years and 8 years, respectively, with Cal Fire. Desmond also proclaims 9-13-2022 as Tony Meacham and Patrick Walker's day in San Diego County.
  • 00:20:00 This video introduces the county of San Diego's upcoming 100th anniversary celebration of Naval Base San Diego. The Board of Supervisors unanimously proclaimed September 24th, 2022 as Naval Base San Diego Day throughout the county in honor of the naval base's milestone. The video also features comments from two veterans, one of whom served in the Marine Corps and the other in the Navy. The veterans discuss the importance of the military service to their lives and the community support that they've received throughout their careers. They express their appreciation for the naval base and its impact on San Diego County.
  • 00:25:00 The San Diego Wave Football Club is honored to be recognized by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors for its service to the community. The club is committed to making sure all players, coaches, and fans feel safe and welcome in San Diego County.
  • 00:30:00 The video discusses San Diego County's proclamation recognizing Carlos Gonzalez Gutierrez, the consul general of Mexico in San Diego. Gonzalez has served the county well in various capacities, most notably his work with immigrant youth and during the pandemic. The supervisors express their gratitude to Gonzalez and look forward to working with him in the future.
  • 00:35:00 This month, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors declared September 13th, 2022 to be the Carlos Gutierrez day in recognition of his long-standing record of distinguished and effective international diplomacy. Additionally, the board proclaimed October 2nd, 2022 as National Preparedness Month in honor of all the volunteers and responders who help make San Diego County a safe place to live.
  • 00:40:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors proclaimed September 13th as National Preparedness Month in honor of all those who have lost their lives in disasters. Supervisor Anderson thanked the San Diego County Fire Community Emergency Response Team for their dedication to volunteerism and their ongoing training and readiness for disasters.
  • 00:45:00 The Allgeier Foundation was founded by Rick and Marianne Allgeier in 1988, and has since awarded 20 scholarships and provided 300,000 pounds of food to San Diego County. The Allgeier Foundation is dedicated to affordable housing and transforming lives. Supervisor Nathan Fletcher proclaims September 13, 2022, as Rick and Marianne Allgeier Foundation Day throughout San Diego County.
  • 00:50:00 A video is played of a 9-13-2022 San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting, during which a speaker requests help from the board and the federal government in addressing homelessness and housing problems. Several other speakers follow, each addressing a different issue. The speaker finishes by asking for the board's assistance.
  • 00:55:00 This YouTube video discusses the concerns ofKRisha Walter, a San Diego resident and citizen, regarding the use of electronic voting machines in the upcoming election and any future elections. Walter seeks changes in order to improve transparency and accountability in the Board of Supervisors meeting.

01:00:00 - 02:00:00

The YouTube video "9-13-2022 San Diego County Board of Supervisors Meeting" discusses a variety of topics related to the county's budget and efforts to address homelessness and drug abuse. Among other things, the video highlights the successes of the county's four federal entitlement programs and calls for a public hearing on the fiscal year 2122 keeper.

  • 01:00:00 In this video, a caller shares a study that suggests prenatal cannabis exposure is associated with mental health problems in children that persist into early adolescence. The caller urges the board to take action to provide accurate health information to pregnant women.
  • 01:05:00 The video discusses how public health concerns have been ignored by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, with particular attention paid to the dangers of high THC marijuana use on youth. Supervisor Desmond Children at Risk is seen as a step in the right direction, but the county's Department of Public Health has not done enough to counteract the public perception that marijuana use positively impacts consumers. A public health emergency has been declared, but handing out free Narcan clean needles to prevent reactive drug policies and overdose is seen as a more effective solution. Kevin Stephenson asks about the safety of the residents during the heat waves, and public health educator Peggy Walker says that outsiders often have to be called in to see themselves clearly. A recent study by the UK's Daily Mail Newspaper found that legalized pot is causing an explosion of use among young people in California, and Supervisor Hank notes that "a squad refers to four people, and you are way more than four people, you're there's like at least a dozen of you lunatics." Michael interrupts and says that Nathan Fletcher's criticism of the audience is a problem, and Hank responds "pretty much all I have to say for now is thank you."
  • 01:10:00 The video discusses the negative environmental impacts of marijuana cultivation, and how these impacts are going unmentioned in the marijuana policy space. It calls for policy makers to address this issue before embracing the industry.
  • 01:15:00 The speaker at the beginning of the video welcomes the audience and then goes on to discuss item number four on the consent calendar, which is an action by the San Diego River Park Foundation to purchase tax defaulted properties. The speaker also mentions that there are six requests to speak on items on the consent calendar, four of which are in person and two of which are by phone.
  • 01:20:00 Michael addresses the board of supervisors on the Equity Impact Statement, saying that he is confused as to how a board can approve a conflict of interest code when itself has all sorts of conflicts of interest. He also points out that the front of the building says good government demands the intelligent interest of every citizen, but the county board of supervisors is actually robbing the citizens by raising property taxes.
  • 01:25:00 The video discusses the Nine- thirteen- twenty22 San Diego County Board of Supervisors Meeting, which included discussion of the Leapfrog system, tax rates, and county council appointments. It is noted that the board is able to appropriate up to 3.3 billion based on taxes, and that appointments should not be on the consent calendar. It is also noted that Claudia Silva, a candidate for county council, is eminently qualified, but should have a public review. Nine subject appointments were made, including various district appointments.
  • 01:30:00 The video presents the fiscal year 2021-22 consolidated annual performance and evaluation report, also referred to as the "Keeper for the County of San Diego's Federal Entitlement Programs." The report indicates that the county's housing development services have exceeded annual outcome projections in each of the four core funding areas.
  • 01:35:00 This 1-paragraph summary of the YouTube video "9-13-2022 San Diego County Board of Supervisors Meeting" provides an overview of the main points of the video. The video presents a report on the county's efforts to address homelessness and hiv/aids in San Diego County. The report covers the past year, and highlights the successes and goals of the county's four federal entitlement programs. The video also presents a request for action, which is to hold a public hearing to receive public comment on the fiscal year 2122 keeper.
  • 01:40:00 The speaker discusses how the amount of money spent on homelessness could be saved by using 3D printing technology to create 10 by 10 structures on Fiesta Island that could be given or lent to other cities after the problem is solved. These structures would be cheaper to create than traditional housing projects, and would not require ongoing taxpayer subsidies.
  • 01:45:00 The board of supervisors in San Diego County discusses a plan to arrest those who are homeless in order to reduce the number of people living on the streets. One year after the vote, it is revealed that the plan has not been successful, and the board is considering ways to decrease spending. One speaker requests to speak by phone, and the next in line is Oliver Twist.
  • 01:50:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors is considering spending 10 million dollars on repairs to facilities that were last renovated in 1985. They are looking to waive sections 15301 and 15304 of the California Constitution's CHA reform laws, which would allow them to spend more money without having to prove that the repairs are necessary. Some board members are worried that the money could be used to finance other projects instead of repairing the facilities.
  • 01:55:00 This video shows examples of how tax money is being stolen by government-run corporations. The video also discusses a proposed settlement between the county and Volunteers of America Southwest, which involved the company returning 1.76 acres of land to the county in National City. The buildings on this land were used as an alcohol and drug treatment facility, but the company apparently allowed them to degrade and left people in recovery in deficient conditions.

02:00:00 - 03:00:00

The video discusses the false emergency declared by San Diego County Supervisors in September 2020, focusing on the dangers of vaccines and the role of trusted messengers in spreading misinformation. It also mentions the genios vaccine, which is being pushed heavily by a Danish biotech company.

  • 02:00:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors is considering spending 227,000 dollars to acquire land that is owned by Southern California Development Corporation of Volunteers of America. The estimated repairs cost 10 million dollars, and the item reminds the board of the fraud that was happening with VoA. The board is also considering moving forward with a lawsuit to recover money that was allegedly stolen.
  • 02:05:00 On August 2, public health officer Dr. William Wooten issued a local health emergency declaration for California due to the global outbreak of monkeypox. Dr. Wooten will provide an overview of the current monkeypox outbreak and public health actions taken to date. Additionally, public health services director Dr. Elizabeth Hernandez will share details of the local public health response related to monkeypox education outreach efforts. Dr. Wood will thank the board members and discuss the epidemiology of monkeypox cases in San Diego County. Weekly case counts show a peak in cases during the first week of August, and wastewater surveillance indicates a marked decline in viral concentration. Support for the decrease in weekly case counts is shown by the incubation period being up to 21 days. Vaccination sites have been identified at hospital systems, federally qualified health centers, private providers, and county public health clinics. Outreach to high-risk populations is being conducted in collaboration with community-based organizations working with the county. The federal government has provided vaccines to Ryan White HIV providers. Finally, the county's vaccine supply from the federal strategic national stockpile will slowly increase as allocations are based on a state formula which can be found on the county's monkeypox website.
  • 02:10:00 Dr. Elizabeth Hernandez of the county's Department of Health and Human Services provides a report on outreach and education efforts to date. As of September 9, there have been 28 telebriefings conducted, reaching over 1,900 people. Additionally, 18 community presentations have been given, reaching 650 people. Additionally, e-blasts have been sent to over 152,000 people, and over 7,000 flyers have been distributed to LGBTQ+ communities and partner organizations. Next week, two empox trainings will be held. The county is also in the process of finalizing safety net contracts with health care providers. County outreach and vaccination events have been held throughout the county in partnership with key organizations. The county is also partnering with the Homeless Outreach Teams to conduct foot team and pox vaccinations. Additionally, the county is ramping up its county vaccination clinic efforts. The goal of the county's social media campaign is to dispel misinformation and stigma about monkey pox. The county is also leveraging its current contracts and is in the process of finalizing safety net contracts with health care providers for those unable to receive mpox treatment and testing services.
  • 02:15:00 The author of the video provides a brief overview of the public speaking event, noting that eight individuals requested to speak by phone. Dr. Whitten provides a presentation on continuing need for local health emergency in California until no longer needed, followed by comments from Michael Brando, Audra McLaughlin, Mike Morello, Mark Hendrickson, and Paul Hennigan. The author requests that the board hear from the public speakers, beginning with Michael Brando. Each speaker addresses the board on a different topic, with Michael Brando explaining why infectious childhood diseases like chickenpox, measles, and mumps seem so contagious. Dr. Cowen's analysis of herpes is also surprising. The author requests that the board declare a public health emergency if it affects the entire county, and public health emergencies should be designed to combat actual threats, not be used as backdoor health care or economic reforms. The speaker asks that the board be weary of what they call "the gay and bisexual community" because most likely the resonance is happening between people in an intimate situation because they are both experiencing detoxification from poison injections. The author ends the presentation by asking the board to declare a monkey pox emergency if it affects the community.
  • 02:20:00 The video discusses the different definitions of "emergency" and how the current definition allows officials to go to prison for false reports of emergencies. The video also discusses how the definition of "emergency" has changed over the years, and how some smaller incidents may not qualify as emergencies.
  • 02:25:00 In this video, a speaker discusses the emergency that occurred in San Diego County on September 13, 2020. The speaker notes that the emergency definition varies by jurisdiction, and that the agencies involved in this emergency differed depending on the jurisdiction. The speaker also notes that one out of 950 people died from monkeypox, which the speaker argues is not an emergency. The speaker points out that there is corruption throughout the system, and that questioning and doubting the most historically corrupt and fraudulent companies and entities in the world does not make you anti anything. The speaker urges the audience to start questioning in order to better understand the world around them, and to remember that the future is clear.
  • 02:30:00 The video discusses how a new pandemic, monkeypox, has arrived, and how global leaders are being greedy and corrupt. The speaker, Sean Frederickson, is a doctor with America's frontline doctors. He says that the decision to make the announcement without a consensus among the experts on the Unhealth Agency Committee was the first time a Unchief has made a unilateral decision without expert recommendation.
  • 02:35:00 The video discusses the false emergency declared by San Diego County Supervisors in September 2020, focusing on the dangers of vaccines and the role of trusted messengers in spreading misinformation. It also mentions the genios vaccine, which is being pushed heavily by a Danish biotech company. 1% of recipients of the genios vaccine reported cardiac adverse events, which is more than the percentage of people who die from moneypox. The video suggests that if this emergency is not resolved soon, people will simply tune out.
  • 02:40:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting is concluding and vice chair Vargas presents proposed actions for the meeting. The most important action is the acceptance of supplemental Reach grant money to support vaccinations for priority populations, and the funding is important to continue outreach and messaging efforts to encourage residents to protect themselves against other and others. Another important action is the proposed contract with Thermal Fissure to test Kubernetes testing.
  • 02:45:00 The public health officer provides an update on the decrease in cases of covet 19 in San Diego County, highlighting the importance of vaccinations and community and county partnerships.
  • 02:50:00 In the video, speaker Michael discusses how Covid19 and the war against the human are goals of the real powers behind the pandemic, and how Naomi Wolf's book is a good read.
  • 02:55:00 The speaker discusses the importance of being accountable during emergency situations, and criticizes the board of supervisors for their lack of action during the county's fake emergency. They suggest that the emergency was created primarily to help the board get away with political corruption, and that the shot is to blame for the increase in homelessness.

03:00:00 - 04:00:00

This YouTube video discusses the various controversies surrounding the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, including the board's decision to approve the recommendations of a study that found that vaccines are not as effective as previously thought. The video also discusses the board's vote to vacate and sell an easement interest in order to dedicate the revenue to the improvement of a park, and the controversy surrounding this decision. Finally, the video discusses the passing of Simon Silva, a well-known member of the community and advocate for the disadvantaged, and how his career in law helped him help others.

  • 03:00:00 The speaker discusses how the pharmaceutical industry is motivated to make money, and how this motivation has led to the development of vaccines for diseases that have no real benefit to people. They also mention how the government has been using public health emergencies to pass legislation and reform health care, and how the public should be aware of this. The speaker finishes by discussing how the pharmaceutical industry has manipulated trials and the media, and how this has led to the public's misunderstanding of vaccines.
  • 03:05:00 The video discusses the large number of deaths occurring in San Diego County, CA, and the connection to vaccines. The speaker suggests that the health department be held responsible for the deaths, as they have not done their own due diligence. He also suggests that the media should be more critical of government and industry, and that people should be given a variety of vaccines at the same time.
  • 03:10:00 In a video posted on YouTube, Sean Frederickson (God) stands in front of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors and cites the number of people who have died as a result of the county's injection of the flu vaccine. He then calls out Nathan Phillips (District 3 Supervisor) for hiring a "misinformation board" of paid off doctors to spread propaganda in the face of scientific evidence that the flu vaccine is not safe. Social media is being censored of information that contradicts the official narrative put forth by the government. Atlanta Cotton, a nurse who lost her job due to the pandemic, speaks next. She recounts how she was ridiculed by her colleagues for raising safety concerns about the vaccine and reveals that she has been given a recording to start her comments that will instruct her to mute her microphone before speaking.
  • 03:15:00 The three main points made in this video are that 1) there are currently three epidemics happening in the United States - one involving coconut mexicans, one involving cruise boats, and one involving syndrome - and 2) all of these epidemics were known about early in 2021; 3) the government's job is not to protect the people's property rights, but to limit their power. The caller also makes the point that local leaders should not be dictating over the government, and that this nation was not built on exalting politicians. Finally, the caller encourages the public to vote on a new piece of equipment that is being considered, and suggests that air quality programs and rapid testing events be implemented in order to prevent the spread of covet.
  • 03:20:00 This video discusses the prevalence of the pandemic and the various ways it is being exploited. It also discusses the monopoly awarded to a company for a particular type of equipment.
  • 03:25:00 The video discusses how a recent study found that vaccines are not as effective as previously thought. The video also discusses how one of the vaccines studied, pfizer, has 666 in the phone number associated with it, which some people believe is a sign that the vaccine is causing severe injuries. The video discusses how the supervisors voted on whether or not to approve the recommendations made in the study, and the board unanimously voted to approve the recommendations.
  • 03:30:00 The speaker discusses the impacts of a carmax parking lot on four protected bird species, and notes that the project would add 900 vehicle trips per day and never address the issue of ground stability. The speaker recommends that the board vote against the project, noting that they want to protect the environment but are instead pretending to do so.
  • 03:35:00 The video discusses the controversy surrounding a proposed alcohol and drug treatment facility that is located next to two highways. The supervisors voted to take all necessary actions to vacate and sell the easement interest in order to dedicate the revenue to the improvement of the park. The land is allegedly next to highways that emit toxic greenhouse gas emissions.
  • 03:40:00 The video discusses the passing of Simon Silva, a well-known member of the community and advocate for the disadvantaged, and how his career in law helped him help others. Silva was a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara with a law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law. He served as deputy commissioner for the Board of Parole Hearings, as a marine reservist, reserve sheriff deputy, deputy attorney general, and deputy city attorney in San Diego. He was appointed to the San Diego County Board of Supervisors in 2018.
  • 03:45:00 The speaker discusses how the recent modernization of the county board of supervisors' building is a missed opportunity to engage the public and listen to their concerns. He suggests that the Board consider appointing citizens with "intelligent interests" to positions on the Board in order to better represent the interests of all county residents.
  • 03:50:00 The speaker discusses the importance of having good rifles to protect one's family, and how the current gun laws are not doing enough to help the poor. He also discusses the importance of the California Conservation Corps, which provides opportunities for the less privileged to have a voice and a place in careers.
  • 03:55:00 The video discusses the 2020 San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting, in which officials discussed the country in which the children now live and what their future will be. The video also discusses the government's role in controlling the population and how people used to die for freedom, but now many people give up their freedom for the illusion of avoiding death. The video ends with a discussion of Nathan Asher, a local politician who is known for pushing gun control and other progressive policies. It is revealed that Asher is also a pedophile, murderer, and child trafficker, and many people are concerned about his influence on the government.

04:00:00 - 04:05:00

The YouTube video urges the Board of Supervisors to be vigilant in defending American democracy against the rise of socialism. It reminds them that upholding the Constitution is crucial to preserving individual liberties.

  • 04:00:00 The speaker shares their thoughts on the current political situation in the U.S., specifically focusing on the rise of socialism and the danger it poses to individual liberties. They urge the Board of Supervisors to be vigilant in defending American democracy, and remind them of the importance of upholding the Constitution.
  • 04:05:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors will meet on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, but will not have any scheduled public sessions.

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