Jeff Pack Staff Writer  After more than nine hours of discussion and public comment by residents and public officials on both sides of the issue during a Riverside County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday, May 5, the supervisors ultimately decided to push back a decision on a proposal to rescind mandates by the county’s top health official. The decision to continue the passed unanimously. The supervisors will hold an emergency meeting to decide how to move forward on the issue at 1 p.m. Friday, May 8, in order to first hear from California Governor Gavin Newsom about Phase 2 of his plan to reopen California. Riverside County Board of Supervisors 4th District Chairman V. Manuel Perez and 2nd District Vice Chairman Karen Spiegel originally proposed a plan to rescind mandates
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