Fly will miss Xavier Campos and all the joy he brought to our little Fly heart. In just four years as an elected official, the impish and finely lacquered San Jose councilman has had a knack for avoiding criminal charges despite a penchant for being in the wrong place at the wrong time with the wrong people. But apparently Fly isn’t the only one who will miss Baby X. In a stunning gesture, County Supervisor Cindy Chavez this week recommended East Side’s favorite punch line for a commendation for time served on the San Jose council. That may sound a bit odd, but it’s the perfect bureaucratic icing on the cake for a career sustained by the sheer will of others—one elected official wasting staff time and taxpayer money to honor another elected official who couldn’t ride 12 years of family incumbency to more than 2,744 votes in a re-election bid. While the item was noted on the Board of Supervisors agenda, it mysteriously went without comment at Tuesday’s meeting, as supervisors Mike Wasserman and Ken Yeager offered their own kudos to actual county employees. It’s unclear if the commendation was scrapped because Campos had a final council meeting to attend, or because he still could be called by county prosecutors to testify in the political mail fraud scandal perpetrated by George Shirakawa Jr. (allegedly) that helped get Campos into office. Fly placed a call to Chavez’s communications director, Jody Meacham, recently acquired after the two worked together at labor “think tank” Working Partnerships USA, but a receptionist said Meacham’s time at the county is already done. His quick exit follows the departure of predecessor Kerry Hillis, who has been MIA ever since San Jose Inside exposed his connection to an anonymous links blog. But wait! There’s still hope for Lil’ X. Word is he’s relieved to have a break from the spotlight but might consider a run for the state Assembly in 2016, allowing him to once again mimic the footsteps of big sis Nora Campos.