• Protecting Our Region

    Living in San Diego County, the threat of fires is constant, that is why I have made fire safety one of my top priorities during my time on the Board of Supervisors.

  • Helping Our Seniors

    Seniors are the fastest growing population in North County and we must do all we can to help those living on fixed incomes. With the cost of basic necessities continuing to rise, we want to make sure our senior population has resources available to them. I’m pleased to say, this week we took a couple of major steps toward helping our senior citizens.

  • Addressing Homelessness in North County

    Homelessness is an issue of great concern in San Diego County. Whenever I meet with groups or people in our community, the most frequently asked question I receive is, 'What is being done about homelessness?'

  • Agricultural Pass

    Earlier today, I stood alongside Supervisor Joel Anderson, emergency personnel, farmers, and ranchers to announce that applications are now open for the Agriculture Pass program!

  • Ending Homelessness

    Homelessness continues to be a major issue facing San Diego County, with approximately 8,427 individuals experiencing homelessness across the County.

  • Recruiting & Retaining Sheriff Deputies

    Earlier this year, I docketed a Board letter along with Supervisor Anderson to review the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department staffing and recruitment shortages.

  • Honoring the Vista Girls 8U All Stars

    Earlier today, I was able to honor a very special group of girls! The Vista 8U All-Stars were the first team in the history of their program to win the State Championship! 

  • 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.