North County, Supervisor, New County discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona


We need to provide support. Chief shots, but we also need to provide a sense of urgency. But the public deserves governor saying cynical colleagues at the top of the list when it comes to vaccination rates in California, Other large sites are opening in L. A in the Bay Area, Sacramento in the Central Valley. Jack Warner cooked. New County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher was with the governor and we'll talk to him in just a few minutes at 7 10 this morning Pressure is building to get students back in the classroom. Now a number of parents in the North County organizing TOC if they could make that happen. Christine Silk Ox has two kids that Lacosta Canyon High School and tells her reporting partner 10 News. The purpose of the Parent Association of North County is to bring attention to the well being of students tethered to their computer. Hours at a time during the day zombies in front of a computer. The group is arguing the focus currently is only on the needs of teachers in California Teacher Association argues that there's too much uncertainty without getting vaccinated. First. There's variants out there, you know that are much more transmissible. You know people are talking about, you know, masking and things like indoors is so much more dangerous now than it was just a couple of months ago. That's teacher and Cerny. The teachers union has filed a lawsuit to stop in Person learning Zachary Barnes KOGO news. Struggling small businesses in the county could be getting some more help. The Board of Supervisors will vote today on whether to approve $30 million in grant money for businesses which are dependent on the county receiving federal or state stimulus money. There had been an application that was available and all ran out of money. So we're getting this organized so that probably by early March will be funding available and will have everything up and running in an application port. By then supervisor Terra Lawson..

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