2011-2012 Calaveras Grand Jury Report

Accompanying stories in this edition of the Enterprise examine some of the more critical findings, including how a failure to fill a key clerical position in the county Assessor’s Office cost county schools, county government and special districts up to $1 million in lost revenue.
The report also recommends term limits be applied to county supervisors “to prevent stagnation and undue influence (resulting from) lengthy time in office,” urges supervisors to develop mandatory training on the Brown Act – the state’s opening meeting law – and that they recuse themselves when it’s appropriate, end cronyism and stop trying to influence other board members “in their voting decisions outside public meetings.”
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