The San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday calling for the immediate resignation of Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, rather than waiting for his planned May 15 departure date.
Fletcher announced his resignation on March 29 after admitting to an affair with a Metropolitan Transit System employee who is suing him for alleged sexual assault and harassment. He has denied the allegations.
Chairwoman Nora Vargas introduced a non-binding resolution of no confidence in Fletcher for Tuesday’s special meeting and requested that Fletcher immediately resign. The board approved the resolution on a 4-0 vote.