Supervisorsí Chamber, First Floor
825 Fifth Street, Eureka
A. CONSENT CALENDAR
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Board of Supervisors
1. Continuation of Emergency Transmission of Disease through Contaminated Needle Use (Supervisor Dixon)
ACTION: Declare a local state of emergency, pre Resolution No. 2000-14 remains in effect until August 29, 2000 allowing the Department of Public Health to continue a needle exchange program.
MOTION:† Motion to Approve
MOTION:† Paul Kirk SECOND: Bonnie Neely AYES: John Woolley, Bonnie Neely (via telephone) and Paul Kirk NAYS: None ABSTAIN: None ABSENT: Stand Dixon and Roger Rodoni
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