RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Riverside County supervisors today will consider returning their meeting schedule to normal, dropping planned suspensions that were put in place based over coronavirus mitigation concerns. On March 17, the Board of Supervisors added four so-called "dark days'' to the schedule -- March 24 and 31, as well as April 28 and May 12 -- believing then that the farther meetings were spaced apart, the greater the public health benefits. However, the Executive Office is seeking to cancel the May 12 dark day with a resumption of business and also have the board in session on June 2, which had originally been scheduled as a day without any board activity. The supervisors still would not be in session on May 26, the day after the Memorial Day holiday, which is traditional.
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