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Posted by: thepinetree on 06/11/2018 06:22 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 06/11/2018 08:37 PM
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Supervisor Oliveira Setting the Record Straight

Arnold, CA...(June, 11, 2018)..Letter from Supervisor Oliveira, It seems as if I am having to clear up some bad information again. I am not involved in the Dennis Mills recall. I have no interest in it whatsoever. I also have no interest in the letter that was written in response to a letter Dennis Mills published. It states, I am pro regulation for cannabis. That could not be farther from the truth.

I stated clearly at the debates I am personally for a BAN. I had to put my personal feelings aside and do what I thought was best for Calaveras County. I never said I was for regulation. I did not vote for the Urgency Ordinance. I did not vote for the Ban. I have four times on the record asked the Supervisors to put it on the ballot for the voters to decide. The last time I made a motion to put it to the voters, Dennis Mills said “NO, that is too permanent.” I took an oath to protect the county and do what is right by the voters. This issue is one of the issues that I will stand firm on that the voters need to make the decision.

The reason It needs to be permanent is before us again. Constant turmoil in Calaveras County.

We will be in a constant state of turmoil in this county if we do not make it permanent. This county is divided on rather regulation or a ban is in place. We have had 9 different Supervisors in the last two years and it appears there could be even more turn over in November.

I will stand on the position that it goes to the voters rather they want to BAN or REGULATE.
It would only take three votes of the Supervisors to put it on the ballot and make the decision final.

I would like to thank my supporters for their votes on June 5th. I look forward to meeting with more constituents to help them understand my position and gaining the votes needed to win in November.

I will continue to do what is best for the voters of District 3 and Calaveras County.

Supervisor Michael Oliveira

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