HomePoliticsCOMISH TIC SEGERBLOM UNDER OSHA INVESTIGATION FOR NOT WEARING A MASK Politics COMISH TIC SEGERBLOM UNDER OSHA INVESTIGATION FOR NOT WEARING A MASK Oct. 8, 2021 Rob Lauer Political Reporter On September 21, 2021 the Clark County Commission held a regularly scheduled meeting where mask rules were strictly enforced. At the end of the first segment of the meeting they held a break. And that’s when all hell broke loose. Two members of the audience refused to wear their masks. Security threatened to remove them. Then dozens of folks chimed in and refused to comply with mask rules. In the video we see Marilyn Kirkpatrick in the stands ordering folks to put their masks back on flanked by security. At the same moment, in the back ground one can see Clark County Comish Tic Segerblom maskless talking with staff. We included pictures from other angles as well. The pictures show a maskless Tic Segerblom during the break for more than 10 minutes. Only when the cameras came back on did Tic put his mask back on. Local political activist, Cyrus Hojjaty, has filed a formal complaint with Nevada OSHA against Comish Tic Segerblom today. The formal complaint filed today reads: I personally observed Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom on several occasions remove his mask during the meeting on Sept 21, 2021 including for more than 10 minutes during a break while the cameras were off. Mind you at that very moment, the security staff were forcefully removing a dozen folks from the commission meeting for not wearing their masks. (see attached pictures and video). After the folks were removed, everyone else in the commission meeting hall were masked except Tic Segerblom and he was in close proximity to other commissioners and staff without his mask for at least 10 minutes. Only when the cameras came back on did he put his mask back on. Clearly Mr. Segerblom believes he is above the law. I am filing a formal complaint and request that Nevada OSHA investigate the incident and render the appropriate legal remedy, including a personal fine. This wasn’t the first time Tic was caught flouting his own CV19 mask rules.