• Help for Seniors

    Seniors are the fastest-growing population in North County and we must do all we can to help them by bringing resources directly to senior centers.

  • Road Resurfacing

    Well-maintained streets, roads, and infrastructure are imperative for any community. The County of San Diego has an interactive “GIS Map of Road Pavement Projects” which is a tool to look up past and future resurfacing projects. 

  • What's Being Done About the Homeless?

    Whenever I meet with groups or people in our community, the most frequently asked question I receive is, 'What is being done about homelessness?'

  • Helping Those in Crisis

    Homelessness/Behavioral Health (mental health and addiction) are connected, major issues of concern to the majority of San Diegans. 

  • Fire Safety

    The threat of a fire is constant, especially for those living in the unincorporated area of San Diego County. It's not a question of if but when the next major event will occur.

  • Drowning Prevention

    Swimming is a life skill that is not easily accessible to all residents throughout our communities. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 79% of children in households with incomes less than $50,000 have little-to-no swimming ability. In California, drowning is a leading cause of injury-related deaths among children under the age of five.

  • Thank You, North County

    What a day! I want to thank everyone who attended the State of the North County and made today so special.

    The reason an event like today was so meaningful is because we had so many of the people who make North County such a wonderful place, in the same room, at the same time. 


  • Help for Domestic Violence Victims

    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 the Family Justice Center, coming to San Marcos.

  • AG Pass

    At our last Board of Supervisors meeting, I brought forth an item directing County staff to explore the creation of an "Agriculture Pass". An Ag Pass can provide limited access during a wildfire or emergency to restricted areas in order to care for agriculture assets such as feeding animals, transporting livestock, and irrigating valuable crops.