SACRAMENTO – State Senator Bob Wieckowski, the chairman of the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Subcommittee 2 on Resources, Environmental Protection, Energy and Transportation, made the following statement following today’s informational hearing on Wildfire and Emergency Response and Preparedness.
SACRAMENTO – With the threat of wildfires, mudslides and other disasters posed by climate change expected to worsen, State Senator Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) today announced new legislation to create a position of chief officer of climate adaptation and resilience. The chief officer would be appointed by the Governor and lead climate adaptation action out of the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research, under Wieckowski’s SB 168.
SACRAMENTO – Senator Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) authored the following bills that go into effect on January 1, 2019. The bills protect public records requestors, inform consumers about confidentiality procedures in mediation, strengthen affordable housing requirements in charter cities, fund the South Bay Shoreline Project in the Bay Area, extend a Bureau of Security and Investigative Services sunset provision, and transfer ownership of part of Highway 84.
SB 13 follows up his previous successful bills on ADUs
December 3, 2018
SACRAMENTO – State Senator Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) is renewing his effort to resolve part of the state’s housing crisis by introducing SB 13, a bill that would reduce development impact fees and eliminate other barriers for homeowners who want to construct accessory dwelling units (ADUs) on their property. In addition to impact fees, other remaining barriers to ADU construction include owner-occupancy requirements, ADU permit reviews, and setbacks.
As we enter the holiday season, California’s economy remains strong with forecasts projecting more growth for the Golden State. We have the fifth-largest economy in the world and a booming clean energy economy. We will start 2019 in good fiscal shape.
CASTRO VALLEY – State Senator Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) will recognize four Latino leaders and organizations in the fields of health care, youth outdoor education, labor and Latina immigrant community empowerment at his 6th Annual Latino Heritage Leadership Awards Ceremony this Thursday in the Castro Valley Library Community Room.
SANTA CLARA – State Senator Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) will co-host a Halloween Safety Resource Fair with Assembly member Kansen Chu (D-San Jose), Supervisor Ken Yeager and the Santa Clara Police Department to provide brochures, safety tips and Halloween treats to children and parents at a Halloween Safety Resource Fair this Wednesday in the Central Park Library Redwood Room.
I am proud to co-host a Halloween Safety Resource Fair with the Santa Clara Police Department, Assemblymember Kansen Chu, and Supervisor Ken Yeager.
We will have available brochures and other materials on safety tips for parents and children for the Halloween holiday. Members of my district staff will also be on hand to answer constituent questions and listen to concerns you may have.