Wildomar City Council repeals portion of resolution that deprioritized COVID-19 rules

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The Wildomar City Council, Wednesday, July 8, repeals a portion of a resolution passed in early May that indicated that the city would not be prioritizing the enforcement of mandates handed down by county and state health officials pertaining to COVID-19. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The Wildomar City Council Wednesday, July 8, walked back language in a resolution they passed back in May indicating that the enforcement of orders and mandates handed down by county and state health officials were not a priority for the city as far as funding goes. Ultimately, the council repealed Resolution 2020-33, adopted May 13, that said the city would not be enforcing any of the mandates handed down by county and state health officials. Mayor Dustin Nigg was the sole “no” vote. The council did vote unanimously to change the language in Resolution 2020-34 by a similar 4-1 vote. The repeal and language changes come as Riverside County undergoes a surge in new COVID-19 related cases with more mandates and closures coming down from California Gov. Gavin Newsom. The new m
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