As our economy recovers from the 2009 recession, employment opportunities in California continue to increase. Unfortunately, our state’s unemployment rate still remains high, which means there are people in search of a job. I know that it can be challenging and stressful to look for employment during these tough times, so to ease some of the stress, I have compiled a list of resources both locally and statewide that can assist in your job search efforts.
On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act. The Affordable Care Act will protect consumers, make coverage more affordable, and expand health care access. Starting January 2014, most Americans will be required to have health insurance or pay a penalty.
Education is one of the most important opportunities in a person's life. As your Assemblymember, I am dedicated to helping ensure that my constituents have access to a variety of educational resources. Whether you are going back to school after several years, or continuing your educational career, these resources should help ensure that you get the most out of your education.
The Division of Boating & Waterways has treated for Egeria Densa, Curlyleaf Pondweed, Spongeplant and Water Hyacinth within Discovery Bay West this year.
Herbicide applications for all 2015 Egeria Densa and Curlyleaf Pondweed treatment sites except Discovery Bay were completed during the last week of May. Based on observed treatment symptoms and water quality monitoring results (herbicide residues), the treatment plan in Discovery Bay will be extended.
Over two million veterans live in the state of California and over 50,000 live in Solano and Contra Costa Counties. We must continue to recognize and reward their sacrifices and their commitment to keeping our country safe.
The State of California is trying to return $8 billion to its rightful owners . . .
Is some of it yours?
California’s Unclaimed Property Law requires “holders” such as corporations, business associations, financial institutions, and insurance companies to annually report and deliver property to the State Controller’s Office after there has been no customer contact for three years.