• Valley Center Traffic Town Hall

    Thank you to everyone who attended last night's Valley Center Traffic Town Hall. It was vital to have all the entities in the meeting and I want to thank our California Highway Patrol Officers, Chief Napier, Lt. Jim Emig, Undersheriff Kelly Martinez, and our County staff for being on the call.

  • Mobile Outreach and Wellness Vehicle

    One of the most rewarding and important aspects of my job is allocating funds to small businesses and non-profits in our district. Whether it's through our Neighborhood Reinvestment Program or our Community Enhancement Program, groups can apply for grants. 

  • Meeting Basic Needs

    Water, food, and shelter are basic needs for people to live. But in the modern world, there’s a fourth item for that list – electrical power. Technology runs almost everything, and most technology requires power.

  • San Diego Access & Crisis Line

    A question I often get asked is, 'Where can I take my family member or friend who's suffering from mental health issues?' Whether you're suffering from a behavioral health crisis, or just want to know where there are resources, someone is available to help 24 hours a day.

  • SANDAG Update

    In December 2021, SANDAG passed its regional transportation plan. As you may know, the plan called for $165 billion to be spent on public transit. In order to pay for their ambitious project, SANDAG wants to include three tax increases. Also, most controversial, they wanted to charge people for every mile they drive in San Diego County. 

  • A Decision This Week?

    I wanted to give you an update on the proposed placements of two sexually violent predators in Borrego Springs. We are awaiting a decision on whether Michael Martinez will be placed in Borrego Springs and the trial date for Douglas Badger is approaching. 

  • Sexually Violent Predator Update

    I wanted to update you as it's been a busy week and the safety of our community is in peril. 

  • Fentanyl is a Public Health Crisis

    My effort, in partnership with District Attorney Summer Stephan and Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer, to declare fentanyl a public health crisis was unanimously passed by the Board of Supervisors.

  • One Safe Place

    A lot has happened during my first three years on the Board of Supervisors, but there is nothing that I’m prouder to be a part of than One Safe Place.

  • Stop This Criminal

    On June 21st Craig Blas will be appearing in court. If you would like to see him behind bars, please join me and voice your opinion and send a letter for the judge's consideration.