• Drowning Prevention Update

    Drowning is a tragic and preventable occurrence that takes the lives of far too many people, especially children.

  • Phase 2 of Agriculture Pass

    Last year, San Diego Supervisor Anderson and I partnered on a program called the Agriculture Pass, designed to assist commercial livestock and agriculture operators in a wildfire or other disaster.

  • Supporting Senate Bill 832

    Earlier today, the Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution to support Senate Bill, 832, which would prioritize public safety when placing Sexually Violent Predators.

  • An Update on Mr. Fletcher

    It's been a crazy and unfortunate week at the County Board of Supervisors. I wanted to give you an update on the latest regarding Nathan Fletcher.

  • Statement on Supervisor Fletcher's Resignation

    I am concerned and disappointed by the disturbing allegations of sexual misconduct against Mr. Fletcher. It takes immense courage for individuals to come forward with such allegations, and we must create a safe and supportive environment for victims to share their stories.

  • Job Performance Review for SANDAG's Executive Director

    One of the questions I get asked the most is, 'What can I do to stop SANDAG's plan?' This Friday is an important meeting and opportunity. On Friday, the Executive Director at SANDAG, Hasan Ikhrata will have his performance review. If you're like me and feel change is necessary at SANDAG, this is your chance to weigh in. Below is all the information on how to voice your opinion.

  • LT. Royce Williams: The Unmatched Valor of a Navy Fighter Pilot

    It was my distinct privilege  to honor one of the greatest fighter pilot ever recorded in military history and a true Hero -- Captain E. Royce Williams, during our Board of Supervisors meeting.

  • A Letter to the California Public Utilities Commission

    Electricity prices are out of control in California, most notably in San Diego County. A few weeks ago, I talked about the many reasons we are seeing our bills dramatically increase, but the fact remains California’s utility rates are consistently 30% higher than the national average.

  • Remembering Louie Martinez

    We adjourned our Board meeting in memory of Louie Martinez, one of the most well-known restaurateurs in Escondido.

  • Honoring Blake Steinecke

    It was my honor to recognize a special athlete today at the Board of Supervisors. Growing up, Blake Steinecke enjoyed playing baseball, hockey, and lacrosse while maintaining a 4.0 GPA at San Marcos High School.