Let’s Get the Central Coast Moving Again!

For far too long politicians have used U.S. Highway 101 as a pawn in their bids for election and reelection. Year after year, we hear empty rhetoric and see a failure to compromise – while

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Stay Informed

The catastrophic disasters we have had to endure continue to affect our communities in unimaginable ways. Please know that I will continue to advocate and inform you and your families the best I can as

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Disaster Updates

The recent disasters we’ve all endured have been devastating and are tragic to say the least. I want you to know that I have and will continue to do all I can to be your

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A Reflection on the Disaster in Montecito

As many of you may already know, I grew up in the hills above Montecito. I’ve seen fire and rain come and go over the years, each storm a host to memories that can’t be

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Merry Christmas!

This year, we’ve seen so much that would damper the faith of many. However, this Christmas, I genuinely believe that the Central Coast’s best days are ahead of us. I often say that I’m not

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Preventing Fraud in Fire Aftermath

As Thomas Fire begins to slow its spread, please be aware of potential scams involving people posing as electric workers and other contractors across the Central Coast area. To prevent contractor fraud in fire aftermath,

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