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Honoring Love Esco

In a world where acts of kindness can sometimes feel few and far between, organizations like Love Esco shine brightly as beacons of hope and positivity.

  • Honoring Love Esco

    In a world where acts of kindness can sometimes feel few and far between, organizations like Love Esco shine brightly as beacons of hope and positivity.

  • Preparing for Upcoming Storm

    As we brace for another storm, it's crucial that we are all prepared. Witnessing the impact of the recent storm on our region, we are determined to minimize potential damage. While forecasts can change, we are expecting significant rain starting Thursday and another storm following on Monday.

  • Judge Releases Sexually Violent Predator

    It is with profound disappointment and deep concern that I express my opposition to the decision allowing the placement of Sexually Violent Predator Alvin Quarles, also known as the "Bolder than Most" rapist, back into San Diego County. 

  • Seeing the Chaos at the Border

    I wanted to update you on the immigration crisis, which continues to overwhelm our Border Patrol agents and cause a major strain on our local resources.

  • Grant Memo- January 24, 2024

    We are excited to inform you about the latest development regarding transparency and accountability in our county's governance. 

     

  • Remembering Dave Kreitzer: A Legacy of Service, Leadership, and Environmental Stewardship

    We bid farewell at today's Board of Supervisors meeting and paid tribute to the late Dave Kreitzer. A man of exceptional character, Dave's impact on our community and environment was unparalleled.

  • Housing Every Homeless Person in Addiction Recovery

    A few weeks ago, I shared a successful story about legislation that we passed addressing individuals who have conquered addiction and are now seeking stable housing.

  • Charging Electricity Based on Your Income

    I initiated action for the Board to take an official position and action to oppose the income-based, fixed-rate electricity proposal. Unfortunately, my colleagues voted against this and are in favor of charging people for electricity based on their income.

  • $3 Million More for Migrant Services

    The Board of Supervisors approved allocating another $3 million for migrant services. I was the lone "no" vote, as this is no way to run a government. The County has already spent $3 million in local dollars, which ran out in less than three months.

  • Honoring Hillel of San Diego

    Today, we gathered to honor and recognize the remarkable work of Hillel of San Diego, particularly the chapter at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM). Since its establishment in 1992, Hillel has played an instrumental role in fostering a sense of community for nearly 3,000 Jewish students pursuing higher education in San Diego. This includes students from San Diego State University, University of California San Diego, University of San Diego, and CSUSM.