Supervisors move to seek united front to change state’s COVID tier system

PAUL YOUNG City News Service RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Riverside County supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday, Oct. 27 to direct the Executive Office to coordinate with neighboring counties in presenting a unified request to the governor to revise or drop the state's current color-coded coronavirus tier system. ``Our residents and communities have suffered devastating impacts (from the public health lockdowns),'' said Supervisor Karen Spiegel, who introduced the proposal. ``We've all made collective sacrifices ... And every time we get to where we're doing well and moving forward, it changes again. Together, we can create a dependable and predictable framework, (which) does not destroy lives but helps build them up.'' In her call to action, Spiegel said ``entire industries are at a standstill'
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