County Clerk Kim Grady Faced Amador Supes In Wake Of June Primary Elections

County Clerk Kim Grady Faced Amador Supes In Wake Of June Primary Elections

County Clerk Kim Grady faced questions from the Board of Supervisors in the wake of a June Primary Election that saw many polling places run out of ballots. Grady described efforts to get more ballots to polling places, and the use of copied ballots and sample ballots for voting. Board chair Lynn Morgan, who currently trails her challenger in the election, raised the possibility of the election results being contested. Grady said that about 400 votes were left to count as of Tuesday morning. The Board also approved changes in the speed limits on a number of county roads. Speed limit increases on Camanche Road and Ridge Road and decreased speeds on Climax Road, Curran road and Shenandoah Road. Supervisor Richard Forster was the only vote against the changes, saying he objected to the increased speed on Camanche Road. The Supervisor approved the county’s budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year. The County palns on spending 96 million dollars in total for the year, including 43 million from the County General Fund.

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