In 2008, when California counties were told to issue same-sex marriage licenses, 24 employees of the San Diego County clerk's office raised objections to being involved, citing their religious and moral views.
That will not be an issue Monday when the office begins taking marriage appointments, said Val Wood, the No. 2 official in the clerk's office. When employees were polled, none raised objections, Wood said.
Turnover in the clerk's office since 2008, plus changing societal attitudes toward same-sex marriage, are cited.
The office has an "appointment only" policy for marriage licenses, straight or gay. Wednesday is "walk-in" day, however, no appointments needed. Crowd expected.