Quick view of the recent legislation Governor Newsom has signed.
“The governor’s early action budget represents a strategic shift, investing funds directly into high-risk regions and putting communities in the driver seat to ensure projects not only reduce wildfire risk but also improve local economies and ecology,” said Deputy Secretary for Forest and Wildfire Resilience Jessica Morse. “The Sierra Nevada Conservancy is bringing a fast, thoughtful and community-based approach to help remarkable mountain communities not just survive fires but thrive.”
Governor Gavin Newsom, Senate President pro Tempore Toni G. Atkins (D-San Diego), and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon (D-Lakewood) today announced an agreement on a broadband trailer bill, AB/SB 156, to expand the state’s broadband fiber infrastructure and increase internet connectivity for families and businesses.
New Monthly Series on Water. Stay informed about the methods our government is utilizing and how they can change our lifestyle.
Back by popular demand. Three experts on Wild Fire Season. This Thursday, July 8 at 6-8 pm.
Join us for a conversation focused on how the Black Lives Matter movement has shifted the Democratic Party and what the party can do to advance justice going forward.
It is a visionary plan, funded primarily by Federal dollars already in hand, and is the chance of a lifetime.
Last week a bipartisan group of congressmen introduced a bill (Senate Bill 1583) to extend the Lake Tahoe Restoration Act. The original bill was passed in 2000 and authorized $300 million for the restoration of the lake and surrounding basin.
Today’s vote confirmed that the leaders of the current Republican Party are willing to abandon democracy in order to save the country from what they call “socialism.”
It’s finally happening! Sac State’s Center on Race, Immigration & Social Justice (CRISJ) is launching its Un/Equal Freedoms: Expressions for Social Justice art exhibition this Thursday, May 13 at 7 p.m.
The Board of Supervisors will receive a presentation on the benefits and challenges involved in the implementation of Body Worn Cameras.
On Tuesday, May 11th at 6pm the Placerville City Council will vote on Item 11.1. This would cause the eviction and displacement of the current long term low income tenants.