The San Diego County Board of Supervisors meets on 9-27-2022 to discuss a variety of issues, including the death of many people around the world, the County's ongoing efforts to respond, the Chicano Federation's 53rd year of service, and fall prevention awareness.
00:00:00 The video showcases the San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting on September 27, 2022. The board discusses various issues, including the status of immigrants and refugees.
00:05:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors meets to order and Pastor Noel Mussicha delivers an invocation. Supervisors discuss various issues, including the death of many people around the world and the County's ongoing efforts to respond.
00:10:00 The CEO of the Chicano Federation of San Diego County and her team are honored to be recognized by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors for their work in the Chicano community over the past forty years. The Chicano Federation has played a significant role in moving public policy in San Diego County in the direction of the Latino community, and its dedication and advocacy has never been lost.
00:15:00 The 9-27-2022 San Diego County Board of Supervisors Meeting features a speech by Vice Chair Nora Vargas honoring the United lowrider Coalition. This group has been serving the lowrider community for over 50 years and Supervisor Nathan Fletcher says they represent "the beauty of equity in our region." The meeting also celebrates Chicano Federation's 53rd year of service to the county and invites the United lowrider Coalition to join in the celebration.
00:20:00 The video discusses California's lowrider culture and its importance to the southwestern United States. The video then discusses the United lower lowrider Coalition, which was founded to repeal National City Center cruising ordinance. The video ends with Supervisor Nora Vargas proclaiming September 27th United lowrider Coalition day throughout San Diego County.
00:25:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors proclaimed September 24-30, 2022 to be "National Fall Prevention Awareness Week" in San Diego County. The fall prevention task force, of which Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla is a partner, is dedicated to promoting awareness of fall prevention and reducing the number of falls among older adults.
00:30:00 The San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians is a tribe located in North County, California, and is one of 13 bands that make up the Kumayai Nation. The tribe is important economically, as they operate a casino and employ many people. The San Pasqual tribe has served the United States military for generations and has values of Honor, Loyalty, Integrity, and Courage. The San Diego Board of Supervisors declares Sampasquale Native American day throughout San Diego County in honor of the tribe and its members.
00:35:00 The video discusses how the Board of Supervisors meeting on September 13th was characterized by theatrics and psychological abuse. It explains that Michael Brando, Oliver Twist, Audra Paul Henkin, Consuelo, and other individuals spoke to the board, and that they described how the meeting was full of false flattery and charades. The video then goes on to discuss how Republican Marxist Jim Desmond went so far as to narcissistically describe the delusional Wilma Wooten and others as fine and upstanding people. The video then goes on to discuss how public commentators were lied to, triangulated against, bullied, shamed, silenced, and gaslit. The video then discusses how the board plays the victim and how their specialty is Darbo deny attack and then reverse victim and offender. Finally, the video discusses how the Board of Supervisors meeting on September 13th was full of false flattery, and how Jim Desmond went so far as to narcissistically describe the delusional Wilma Wooten and others as fine and upstanding people.
00:40:00 This video discusses the Board of Supervisors' meeting scheduled for 9-27-2022, in which deceased Supervisor Paul Hankin is scheduled to give a public speech. The video criticizes Supervisor Hankin for his authoritarian behavior, his favoritism towards certain projects, and his tendency to talk off-topic. It also points out that Hankin has given lengthy speeches about not interrupting others, which is a lie, and recommends that he speak when it is his turn. If Hankin continues to behave in this manner, the Board may clear the chambers.
00:45:00 The video discusses the issues of sex offender placement and child safety, and asks for the Board of Supervisors to pass resolutions in support of these issues. The speaker also requests that the public use secret ballots in order to get these corrupt politicians out of office.
00:50:00 San Diego County is considering a ban on flavored tobacco products, and many people are concerned about the potential harm this could cause to young people.
00:55:00 The California Board of Supervisors voted to allow the sale of marijuana products in stores and vending machines, in an effort to reduce youth tobacco experimentation and use. The policy is supported by advocates like Mike Morello, who said it just makes sense. Five days ago, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released new data that showed a 6.6% rate of change of disability among the general population, but a 22.6% rate of change in disability among employed people. This change happened in the fall of 2021, shortly after Biden's mandate to get jabbed or lose your job. However, Kathleen Lippett reminded the board that National Recovery Month is a perfect time to refocus on the importance of prevention, and that only a strategy that will stem the tide of drug use and overdose will be successful. Dr. Bruce Alexander, from the University of British Columbia, showed that when rats were offered morphine lace water and had access to healthy recreational outlets and social connections, those rats that drank it happily were more likely to have social connections and be healthy, compared to rats that didn't have access to the drug. He said the same holds true for humans, who thrive when they grow up in communities that have healthy food, recreational activities, and Community Standards
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors is meeting to discuss their plans for the upcoming year. Among the topics discussed are workplace safety, child care, and social service programs. One item of particular interest is the Board's plans to fund flexible housing pools for people experiencing homelessness. Another major focus of the Board this year will be addressing issues related to early childhood education.
01:00:00 The speaker discussed the importance of child care, the success of the flexible housing pool, and the importance of the combined items on seven, eight, and nine of the consent calendar.
01:05:00 The video discusses the Board of Supervisors' plans for the upcoming year. Among the topics discussed are workplace safety, child care, and social service programs. One item of particular interest is the Board's plans to fund flexible housing pools for people experiencing homelessness. Another major focus of the Board this year will be addressing issues related to early childhood education.
01:10:00 The speaker applauds the Board of Supervisors for their continued efforts to improve access to quality affordable child care.
01:15:00 The speaker of the video addresses the Board of Supervisors about some of the items on the consent calendar, including concerns about Community Enhancement Grants and the use of Urban funds for Wellness for Bipart Communities projects. They also mention that there are several other items on the consent calendar that they believe need more scrutiny, such as documentary funding and the use of community funds for items like uniforms for character-building camps. The speaker urges the Board to have their Auditors and Legal Staff review the proposals before making them public.
01:20:00 The speaker expresses concern about the code of conduct, which they feel gives room for weaponization of rules, suppression of voices, and marginalization of certain people with deeply held religious beliefs. They also mention the Cycle of Incarceration and Homelessness and ask the board to spend its money more wisely. The speaker then offers words of encouragement for the board and talks about drag queens reading to children.
01:25:00 The video discusses agenda items for the San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting, which include the funding of a public health lab and the creation of a workforce with stakeholders. It also mentions Tara Kohler, CEO of the regional task force on homelessness, who will speak on consent.
01:30:00 San Diego County is supporting the allocation of art funds to San Diego's Child Care System, and is urging the Board of Supervisors to authorize competitive solicitation for the child care workforce investment program. Child care providers are suffering more than ever, and Staffing is at the heart of their difficulties. The Chamber of Commerce is supporting the movement of about 20 million dollars, including arpa money, and is concerned about the lack of quantitative information regarding specific financial needs of the recipients.
01:35:00 The Board of Supervisors voted to approve the necessary actions to establish additional hello hydrants and helipods in San Diego County and provide authorization to purchase additional hydrants and establish agreements for future locations. Jeff Collins, Director of County Fire, will present the details of the proposal.
01:40:00 The presenter discusses the benefits and drawbacks of firefighting helicopters. They say that the further a helicopter has to go to get water, the slower the response time will be. They mention local lakes and reservoirs, but say that they are mostly good for fighting fires. They mention that if water is locked in glaciers or at the snowpack, it is not readily available. The presenter then goes on to discuss how Holy Hellopods look too small to be effective for evacuating areas during wildfires.
01:45:00 The speaker discusses the various agenda items for the upcoming San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting, which include a proposal to helicopter or balance in order to avoid water drops from traditional sources, and the consideration of other ways to put out a fire. The speaker also mentions that there is water available inland, and that the board should be seeking out other options to protect vulnerable communities and the region from wildfires. The speaker recommends Geoengineeringwatch.org as a resource for more information on the effects of aerosolization of nanoparticulates in the atmosphere, which can cause more fires.
01:50:00 The video discusses the effects of climate change on wildfires and the County's response. It also discusses the County's plan to address homelessness.
01:55:00 The video provides an overview of the County's plan to address homelessness, including the use of a public health crisis lens and the importance of working together with other local governments. County Services has been working to address issues such as unemployment, poverty, and lack of affordable housing, and the Board of Supervisors' declaration of homelessness as a public health care crisis is a step forward in aligning efforts and sharing resources. The County is also working to address the root causes of homelessness and ensure that people are able to stay in their homes.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors held a meeting on September 27, 2022 to discuss the proposed construction of a border wall between the United States and Mexico. The meeting was reportedly contentious, with many board members voicing their opposition to the proposal.
02:00:00 This video discusses the need for more affordable housing, and how businesses and individuals can help. Nick Serrano, Deputy Chief of Staff to San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria, and David Ortiz (a contractor working on inline fencing and railing downtown), all speak in favor of the item. Melissa Grace (a person living on the streets) and Jordan Bean (a business owner) also speak in favor of the item. Reuben Valdez (a ministry working to feed the homeless) and Oliver Twist (a person living on the streets) speak in opposition to the item. The Board of Supervisors will vote on the item later in the meeting.
02:05:00 The speaker talks about the issue of homelessness in San Diego County, specifically pointing out that the county's voucher program unfairly burdens the city of El Cajon. He also mentions that the immigrant population in El Cajon is disproportionately affected by the program.
02:10:00 The speaker disagrees with the idea of an annual report which would include the cost of tobacco on San Diego County, stating that the conversation about full cost recovery is just what it costs to go out and administer the voucher program. They also mention that the County government, state government, and community cannot be tasked to solve this problem and that it has to be the community coming together. They propose several suggestions, including having a social worker embedded in the city and county libraries, as well as parks and recreation monitoring.
02:15:00 The video discusses the homeless crisis in San Diego County and the role of the Board of Supervisors. It highlights the issues with the Board's policies and how they have contributed to the crisis. The video also features a call from Martha Sullivan, who emphasizes the need for more funding for homeless programs.
02:20:00 The county medical examiner has reported that 495 of San Diego County's house with residents died in 2021. The urgency of this issue is emphasized by the report that the number of homeless residents of San Diego County continues to rise. APAC (African American Political Association of California) supports the board's resolution declaring homelessness a public health crisis, and Path people, one of the largest and most impactful homeless service providers in California, supports the resolution as well.
02:25:00 The speaker supports the declaration of homelessness as a public health crisis in San Diego County, and urges the board to adopt Solutions-oriented policies that aim to end homelessness. They cite data and experience from downtown San Diego as a example of the need for this declaration. Last month, the downtown unsheltered encampment count sold more than 1600 individuals and 450 encampments.
02:30:00 This video discusses the Board of Supervisors' decision to declare a public health crisis and support expanded resources for local agencies to collaborate and implement innovative strategies to quickly make a difference for people experiencing homelessness. The presenter, Levi, works as a service provider housing navigator and shared his story of being homeless and then being housed for nine years. Regina, from Chula Vista, shared her support for the Board's decision and called for more resources to be allocated to address the crisis. The next caller, Carla, shared her experience as a resident leader in a community impacted by homelessness.
02:35:00 San Diego County supervisors approved a homeless management information system that stores every homeless individual by name into a federal computer system. This system has been criticized for its inhumane treatment of homeless individuals.
02:40:00 The video discusses the issue of homelessness in San Diego County, noting that while the Board of Supervisors has declared homelessness a public health crisis, the reality is that about half of the people living on the streets are actually sheltered. It also presents comments from a caller who argues that home assist is a public health and safety crisis, and from another caller who argues that homelessness is the result of end-stage social and drug problems, not lack of affordable housing. The video then moves on to discuss the Board of Supervisors' plan to hold a homeless forum in Oklahoma, and comments from chair Fletcher and vice chair Vargas in support of the idea.
02:45:00 The Supervisors discuss regional coordination to address homelessness. This includes looking at all 18 cities in the county and implementing strategies to address the complex issue.
02:50:00 At the San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting on September 27th, the board discussed a proposal from the Trump administration to build a wall along the Mexican border. The meeting was reportedly contentious, with many board members voicing their opposition to the proposal.
02:55:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors held a meeting on September 27, 2022. The topic of the meeting was the proposed construction of a border wall between the United States and Mexico.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors met on September 27, 2022 to discuss a variety of topics, including immigration, housing, and the economy. The board heard from various speakers, including members of the Chamber of Commerce and members of the public, before deciding to move forward with a program to build middle-income housing in the county.
03:00:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors held a meeting on September 27, 2022, to discuss the impact of the global pandemic known as 9-27-2022. The board discussed ways to prepare for and respond to the pandemic, and discussed the need for increased communication between government agencies.
03:05:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors held a meeting on September 27, 2022. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the county's relationship with foreign countries.
03:10:00 On September 27, 2022, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors will hold a meeting. At the meeting, officials will discuss the impact of the recent influx of foreign nationals in the county.
03:15:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors met on September 27, 2022, to discuss a variety of topics, including the county's relationship with foreign countries.
03:20:00 The video features footage of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting on September 27, 2022. Various speakers discuss various topics, including immigration and foreign policy.
03:25:00 The video discusses the upcoming San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting, which will be held on September 27th, 2022. The board will be discussing a variety of topics related to immigration, including how to handle the increasing number of foreign citizens living in San Diego County.
03:30:00 The San Diego County Board of Supervisors met on September 27, 2022 to discuss various topics. The board discussed the possibility of a foreign takeover of a local company, the need for more affordable housing, and the need for stricter immigration laws.
03:35:00 This video discusses Supervisor Anderson's proposal to increase workforce housing opportunities in San Diego County. The Board of Supervisors will discuss this proposal later in the meeting.
03:40:00 The speaker in opposition to this item speaks about the negative effects of the East Ball under the murals being kept, including high home prices and taxpayer expense, and the use of Arbor funds being a improper use. They also mention San Diego's reputation for its boomer bus to real estate market prices going sky high, followed by a market crash every 10 years. The speaker requests that the board consider a better way to manage the boomer bus cycle than average median income or Ami possibly having a cutoff for when the interest rate goes too low or the CPI Consumer Price Index goes too high.
03:45:00 The speaker supports Joel Anderson and Nora Vargas's initiative to create additional opportunities for middle-income earners in San Diego. They applaud the leaders' willingness to bring forward an innovative program.
03:50:00 The Board of Supervisors is considering a program to build middle-income housing in San Diego County. The program will make financing available to help reduce the cost to build homes, which allows Builders to build homes at a cost that middle-income families can afford. The Chamber of Commerce is supportive of the initiative.
03:55:00 The caller is concerned about the impacts of BlackRock, a company founded by the Council on Foreign Relations and World Economic Forum member Larry Fink, on the housing market. They mention that BlackRock has been buying up single-family homes and entire neighborhoods all over the country, and that it may have something to do with Agenda 21, the UN's plan to implement "sustainable" living arrangements worldwide. The caller also points out that the County's Regional Decarbonization Framework, which encourages denser development, could have a similar impact.
The video discusses the plans of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors to improve the Behavioral Health Services system. They discuss how the current system is not effective and how more money needs to be invested in prevention.
04:00:00 Supervisor Watson urges the county to focus on the "missing middle" of the housing market, which she says is neglected and ignored. She also suggests ways to fund programs that are likely to come back, such as low interest loans and stakeholder coordination.
04:05:00 The video discusses Supervisor Desmond Anderson's proposal to create a system-wide approach to housing, which includes consideration of affordable housing, workforce housing, and middle-income housing. The proposal is unanimously approved, and the Board moves on to agenda item 23.
04:10:00 The presenter of the video is presenting a roadmap for the establishment of a more seamless and balanced consumer of care for children and youth in San Diego County. They discuss the current state of mental health in America, and how it affects children and youth, and outline the contours of their vision for the system. They present data indicating that more focus needs to be placed on youth development and clinical needs, as well as opportunities to make the most impact for population level.
04:15:00 The video discusses the various efforts the county is making to focus on behavioral health. Behavioral health will be integrated into primary care settings, and 50 percent of people who die by suicide will have seen their primary care physician in the previous month. Additionally, the county is planning to build a regionally distributed network of Behavioral Health providers.
04:20:00 The 9-27-2022 San Diego County Board of Supervisors Meeting video introduces the county's plan to establish Integrated Medical Managed Care inpatient acute psychiatric services and emergency site and crisis stabilization services on site at Alvarado Hospital. The plan also includes the expansion of community-based care capacity. The presentation will be followed by a question-and-answer session.
04:25:00 The video discusses the development of the "OCP model" which is a plan to expand access to care and improve quality, while reducing average cost per bed day. Behavioral Health collaborated with the public Consulting Group to develop the algorithm. The assessment looked at specific levels of care to determine where individuals are getting stuck, what barriers to care they are experiencing, and new pathways that could divert them into the level of care that they need. The model also considers social determinants of health, including clients with complex needs and individuals experiencing justice involvement and homelessness. The OCP model significantly focuses on diversion to the least restrictive environment and opportunities to provide client-centered care that is more than just more effectively needs the client's medical social and environmental needs. Implementation of the model is expected to result in a reduction of approximately 40 percent in acute inpatient service utilization.
04:30:00 The video discusses the proposed transformation of the Behavioral Health Care system in San Diego County, which will include the preservation and optimization of community-based care infrastructure, the investment of Community Care expansion funding, the conversion of the psych Hospital facility to sub-acute care, and the establishment of Community councils oriented around communities of identity. The proposed actions are exempt from SQL review and the DPC director is authorized to award a construction manager of risk contract. The Behavioral Health Equity Alliance will be established, and father to child and positive parenting contracts will be extended.
04:35:00 Supervisor Watson reports on the progress of the East County CSU's Alvarado Third Avenue project, which he plans to approve as a second. The report focuses on data-driven planning, community engagement, and value for taxpayers. Chair Fletcher lauds Supervisor Watson's leadership on the issue and stresses the importance of outcomes-based care.
04:40:00 The presenter discusses the importance of integrating the Behavioral Health Equity Index into county planning and suggests that more Crisis Stabilization Units (CSUS) are needed in order to achieve the desired outcomes.
04:45:00 The speaker, Nick Lino, is from San Diego and is the founder of a facility that provides outpatient care in both English and Spanish via telemedicine. Nick Lino has been trying to work with the county for over a year and a half, but still has to turn away diegans who come to him for help. Nick Lino also spoke about the need for community-based care, citing the example of his own family. Kristen Allred, from Alpine Special Treatment Center, spoke about the need for long-term care in a secured environment. Michael Brando Audra, from Palomar Health, spoke about the need for more providers to contract with the county. Finally, Paul Hankin, from North County Mental Health Services, spoke about the need for community-based care.
04:50:00 The speaker discusses some of the issues with the behavioral health services in San Diego County and how the Board of Supervisors have failed to address these issues. They also mention how face scams are normalizing for children and how this is causing psychological harm.
04:55:00 The speaker talks about how much money is being spent on Behavioral Health Services, but they say that it's not enough money being spent on prevention. They talk about how children can be affected by trauma and how it can shorten their lives. They say that the current state of funding for Behavioral Health Services is a crisis and that it's important to invest more money in prevention so that all children can be served.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors is discussing a proposal to establish a pilot program to help low-income residents access affordable housing. The board is concerned about the research design for the program, and about the eligibility criteria for the program.
05:00:00 The presenter discusses Behavioral Health System's transformation and the need for more acknowledgement and discussion of behavioral health issues, such as the loss of Gordon Care Homes. The presenter also points out the need for more community-based care services and for the county to move its public conservatorship program into Behavioral Health Services.
05:05:00 The video discusses the proposed action to shift the offices of the public administrator, public guardian, and public conservator from operating as a standalone Department to being fully integrated into Aging and Independent Services. This will enhance partnerships and coordination of services to better support the needs of the aging population in San Diego County.
05:10:00 The speaker provides brief comments on the need for a unified organizational structure for care court in San Diego County. They state that the public conservator's office should be brought back under Behavioral Health Services, and that this would maximize efficiencies and communication.
05:15:00 The first caller talks about how they are worried about the changes proposed, and how they believe that the aim of the item is not a positive one. The caller also warns the board and county staff about the devil being in the details of the changes, and how important it is for public administrators to have challenging populations working for them. The caller requests that the meeting be held soon, and that the union be allowed to provide feedback on the changes before they are implemented.
05:20:00 The Board of Supervisors is discussing a proposal to create a pilot shallow rental subsidy program to help older adults who are experiencing housing and security problems. The program would provide a monthly rental subsidy of 500 paid directly to the landlord for up to 18 months. Approximately 220 households could be assisted through the pilot program. The Board is also discussing a robust communication and outreach effort to ensure all eligible households are aware of the opportunity to participate.
05:25:00 The speaker urges approval of the pilot shallow rent subsidy program, which would provide 500 a month to low-income seniors to prevent them from becoming homeless. He notes that the program would be beneficial to seniors, many of whom are experiencing homelessness for the first time, and St. Paul Senior Services supports the initiative.
05:30:00 The subsidy program recognizes an incredible need with the difference between a home and homelessness being as simple as a few hundred dollars. The program is designed to prevent homelessness from occurring in the first place, and has been praised by both the CEO of Serving Seniors and the president of CEO of Serving Seniors' parent organization. The opposition of the program is that it should have been done years ago, and that it balances the "deep end" (where politicians often go) with the "shallow end" (where people can receive subsidies).
05:35:00 The speaker discusses how some of the agenda items at the San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting relate back to funding sources, mentioning specifically the American Rescue Plan Act. He warns that the county's future is bleak, and points to the recent housing crisis as proof. He suggests that people get hooked into dependency on government, and predicts that recycling will be an upcoming trend.
05:40:00 The first caller is grateful for a rental subsidy for at-risk seniors, but is dismayed that it has taken so long to get to the people who need it. The next caller urges the supervisors to remove the Health Equity preference from the subsidy program, as seniors in Mira Mesa are facing increasing housing costs and homelessness.
05:45:00 The Vice Chair of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors discusses the proposal to establish a pilot program to help homeless seniors, and expresses concern about the granular details of the proposal. She notes that, while 220 families is a small number, it is a small number that could make a big difference in terms of helping seniors who are dependent on fixed income. She also notes that the proposal targets households in Health Equity Zones, which she believes will help to ensure that the program is effective. The Vice Chair makes a motion to approve the proposal.
05:50:00 The author of the video expresses concerns about the 18-month program, the eligibility criteria, and the research design. He also wants to make sure that the program targets seniors and homeless individuals.
05:55:00 The chair of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors is discussing the concerns of some board members about the research design for a proposed pilot program that would help low-income residents access affordable housing. The chair says that the intent of the board was to provide an annual income below 30 percent of medium income for those at risk of homelessness, but that the eligibility criteria for the program may have created a sample bias. The chair notes that there are 17 other cities in the county that do not have a program to help low-income residents access affordable housing, and that the city of San Diego should expand its program as the county expands its program.
In the YouTube video "9-27-2022 San Diego County Board of Supervisors Meeting", supervisors discuss and unanimously approve a research project on affordable housing proposed by Supervisor Anderson. They also debate and unanimously approve two public hearings, one on issuing debt obligations and one on increasing veteran employment. Some speakers are in favor of the veteran employment initiative, while others are concerned about the potential abuse of veterans.
06:00:00 Supervisor Anderson proposes that the County work with its city Partners to create a research project on affordable housing. The motion passes unanimously.
06:05:00 In this YouTube video, San Diego County Board of Supervisors members Fletcher and Anderson discuss items 26 and 27, which are both public hearings. Both items are approved unanimously. The speaker requests to speak by phone for item 27, but is told that the same instructions apply to speakers for items 26 and 27. The speaker comments on how the Board is good at taking properties from people and how it's a charade. The Board votes Yes on the items.
06:10:00 The speaker discusses how they became aware of the government's involvement in deceiving the public, specifically referencing the recent scandal involving C-O-V-I-D injections. They also mention a document that was recently made available that discusses these issues in more detail.
06:15:00 The video discusses the issue of issuing debt obligations for the benefit of a borrower. Supervisors are being urged to vote no on the issue due to concerns about money mismanagement and poor sustainability impact statements.
06:20:00 The video discusses how the County is trying to increase veteran employment. The video also introduces two speakers in favor of the item, Ronald Stark and Susan Roberts. The two speakers will be followed by the speakers in opposition, Michael Brando Audra and Paul Hankin. Stark will speak first.
06:25:00 The speaker discusses the benefits of hiring veterans and notes that it would be a good initiative for the county government. He questions why the business aspect of the initiative was not mentioned in the agenda, and wonders why veterans should be hired by the county government instead of private employers.
06:30:00 The speaker discusses possible trending costs that need to be considered when making decisions about service or projects. The speaker also points out that veterans are often traumatized when they learn that what they believed was happening during their military service was not actually true. The speaker suggests that the board consider ways to reintegrate veterans into society without abusing them.
06:35:00 The video discusses San Diego County's efforts to hire veterans, and emphasizes that the decision is not based on political considerations. It also notes that not all sources of information are reliable, and that veterans should be careful when trusting information from any source.
06:40:00 The speaker in this video is supportive of the initiative to hire more veterans, and thinks that the approach taken by the supervisors is thoughtful and data-based. He also thinks that the County should explore ways to transfer existing certification or skills from military service to civilian employment.
06:45:00 The County Board of Supervisors voted to prioritize veteran issues, establishing the Center for Military and Veteran Reintegration in East County. Susan Robert, chair of the Veterans East County Alliance, spoke in favor of the proposal.
06:50:00 The San Diego Veterans Coalition urges the Board of Supervisors to establish an mbrc military veteran resource center in each of the supervised districts. The centers would provide support to veterans and their families during the transition from military service to civilian life.
06:55:00 This video discusses the challenges that military veterans face when reintegrating into civilian life. The speaker, a nurse, discusses how Resource Centers could help these veterans by providing access to resources and support. Opponents of the item discuss the dangers of military veterans being trained to kill.
The Board of Supervisors is meeting to discuss the negative effects of marijuana use and addiction, as well as the possibility of marijuana businesses infiltrating unincorporated areas.
07:00:00 A Vietnam veteran named Danny Jackson speaking to the board about the lack of support East County veterans receive complains about the hypocrisy of board members. Another Vietnam veteran, Nathan, says thank you for the support the board has shown and gives a brief summary of the support East County veterans have. The next caller, Joel, speaks about the need for the board to support veterans in East County.
07:05:00 The video discusses a proposal to create a veterans Resource Center in East County, and how the community supports veterans. The video also discusses how veterans are treated in San Diego, and why a center may not be enough.
07:10:00 The speaker discussed the corruption that is rampant in the California marijuana industry, and how it is affecting the County. They urged the Board to be responsible and take action to address public health concerns.
07:15:00 The speaker shared good news about a city in North County prohibiting smoking of all tobacco products, and also about a link between high THC marijuana use and suicide. The speaker also shared concerns about the drug abuse epidemic, and asked the Board of Supervisors why drug abuse has taken such a drastic turn leading to drug overdose and death in San Diego County. The speaker asked questions about when the individual started abusing drugs and what was their first drug of choice that led to a fentanyl overdose.
07:20:00 The Board of Supervisors is meeting to discuss marijuana use and addiction among young adults. They are also discussing the possibility of marijuana businesses infiltrating unincorporated areas.