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Shasta County signs for more local control with covid-19. What does it mean? 01/15/2021

Published January 22, 2021

Shasta County has endorsed a resolution that supports more local control in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.

While the resolution is purely symbolic because it doesn’t supersede state coronavirus guidelines and rules, the three Shasta County supervisors who on Tuesday voted for the resolution — Les Baugh, Joe Chimenti and Patrick Jones — say it’s important to send Sacramento a message.

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