■ By Kyle Selby / Reporter San Jacinto has officially left the discussion of becoming a sanctuary city back in 2017. An agenda item regarding sanctuary city status — proposed by state assembly candidate, and San Jacinto councilman Andrew Kotyuk — was the topic of discussion amongst his fellow city council members Tuesday, Dec. 19. Following a unanimous 4-0 vote, San Jacinto’s status was left unchanged, vowing to never revisit the item again. “The agenda item was to discuss where the Council stood regarding sanctuary or non-sanctuary city. I was seeking a motion/declaration/resolution stating that we were not a sanctuary city,” explained Kotyuk in an email. Kotyuk expressed at the meeting
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