Yes you heard that right. They are sitting back not realizing the full implications of this move and I, for one, think it will turn into their worst nightmare.
The County has always said it has nothing to hide and for this reason they are willing to meet every 90 days to demonstrate what they have said repeatedly in the past, that the County is in full compliance with the law. This Commission will give the County the opportunity to once again confirm for the "activists" that the County is exceeding the State's minimum standards for operation of the Devore shelter. The Grand Jury just recently complimented the County and issued a report with no response necessary. That means they found nothing to have the County fix. The Grand Jury received complaints from the "activists" and nothing was found from those.
These "activists" need to be prepared to once again be proven wrong about the County. This Commission is not in their favor although they think it is. The Commission will show their support for the County and be able to counter the "activists" criticism and attacks. The Commission will be a barrier between the County and these "activists" and hopefully that will free up time so that the County can attend to the real business of saving lives.
This is one of those be careful of what you wish for, you just may get what you didn't want in spades. Can't help but laugh, wrote all of this with a smile.