Supervisors elect new representative
“If the board is going to crucify me, let’s do it here and now, today…,” said Supervisor Tim Fesko at the Mono County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday.
His fellow supervisors obliged him. Fesko was ousted as the county’s representative to the Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC) at the June 21 meeting. RCRC is a powerful lobbying group that advocates for small counties at the state level.
Fesko had failed to inform the board that Mono County could be potentially committed to an expensive and complicated off-road vehicle program. Fesko denied lying to the board about not informing them, and defended himself at a May 10 meeting when Supervisors were considering replacing him with a new RCRC representative. Fesko’s conduct at that meeting was out of bounds according to Supervisor Stacy Corless, who brought the item back on the agenda.