Supervisor David Bowen will get the permission of the SEIU to participate in.
The board passed the ordinance at it's last meeting by a 12-6 vote, enough to over ride the Exec's veto. The big question for tomorrow is if someany supervisor from the majority will change their vote or to abstain in order to sustain the veto.
At risk in this poorly drafted ordinance is future of the County’s Family Care program. According to County Comptroller Scott Manske, a result of the living wage ordinance could very well bankrupt program.
Let's hope that the supervisors pull back and make a prudent long term decision when voting on Abele's veto.