For big game hunters, another bill, Assembly Bill 521 was passed by the Appropriations Committee. This bill would lower the cost of a resident elk tag.
Sponsored by Assemblyman Jim Frazier, D-Oakley, it would lower the cost of a California resident elk tag from $450 to $100 and also add an allocation for youth tags to go to $20. Previously, youth hunters had to pay the full adult price for a tag. California’s elk tags are much higher than all of the western states.
One day in the 10th grade at Armijo while I was waiting for the bus after school, I noticed a guy and girl arguing nearby. Well, she wasn’t arguing. He was doing all the talking but I couldn’t make out what he was saying.
Several students watched with no one intervening. I didn’t know them. I just knew that the girl rode my bus. She was usually quiet and demure just like she was on this day with her boyfriend chastising her. I got on the bus and so did she, sitting a few seats in front of me. Outside, her boyfriend stood at the window telling her to come back outside to talk. When she refused, he leaped up and punched the bus window, shattering it. She got off the bus and he took her by the arm and led her away, while the rest of us just sat on the bus watching.
On Thursday, Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D – Discovery Bay) presented ACR 49 on the Assembly Floor that designates an eastern Contra Costa County portion of State Route 4 in memorial to Sgt. Scott Lunger for his service to public safety and personal contributions to his community.
“Sgt. Lunger’s sacrifice, made in the line of duty, deserves every bit of respect and recognition that can be give,” said Frazier. “Not only a dedicated officer of the law, Scott was also an active member of the East County community as a beloved volunteer coach for the Freedom High School girls’ softball team. We will miss Scott greatly and owe a debt of gratitude to him and his loved ones for their sacrifices.”
California lawmakers blasted state water officials Thursday for their oversight of the half-century-old dam that anchors the state’s water system in a hearing focusing on the design problems and aging that contributed to the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people downstream.
“This frightens me, that this was built in this manner,” state Assemblyman Jim Frazier, a Democrat and an engineer by training, told the state officials overseeing the Oroville Dam, the nation’s tallest.
Frazier cited post-crisis inspection reports of concrete as thin as the width of the palm of a hand on Oroville’s main spillway. “We have some things we need to address so this doesn’t happen again.”
Sacramento, CA – Following the release of the Governor’s May Revise of the 2017-18 Budget, Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D – Discovery Bay) issues the following statement to commend the continued focus on necessary infrastructure improvements and fiscal solvency:
Sacramento, CA – In an Assembly oversight hearing Thursday afternoon, Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D – Discovery Bay) highlighted failures on the part of the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) to ensure structural integrity of the Oroville Dam’s main and emergency spillways.
Sacramento, CA – Legislation by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D – Discovery Bay) that will raise penalties for candidates for office who make willful misrepresentations on their candidate statements passed the Assembly Elections committee on a 7-to-0 vote.
Sacramento, CA – Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D – Discovery Bay) has been re-appointed to the State Public Works Board and the California Transportation Commission, and newly appointed to the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conservancy.