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Board of Supervisors

BOB ELLIOTT - District 5

Term of Office: January 2013 - December 2016

Legislative Assistant:
          Scott Tyrrell
          Phone: 209-468-0181

County News Corner (5th District)

Welcome to your News and Events page for District 5. This page is intended to keep you, our constituents, informed on news occurring in your neighborhood and throughout the County. 
Stay connected with your community by viewing the events section below. Please check back periodically for updates.


01-06-14 > Board of Supervisors Reorganizational Meeting;  Sup. Elliott was elected by his colleagues to serve as Board Chairman for 2014.  His incoming Chairman remarks can be viewed here. 

12-06-13 > Press Release – Statewide County Supervisors Propose Working Together to Solve California’s Biggest Water Challenges;  “It is critically important to ensure that we are working together to achieve fair, scientifically sound, and sustainable solutions to the State’s very complex water management and land use problems,” said San Joaquin County Supervisor, Bob Elliott. “Local government is a critical stakeholder in any statewide water solution including the BDCP process. It is essential that our concerns are addressed and that we have a seat at the table to help craft a comprehensive water plan for all Californians.”  View full press release here.

11-14-13 > San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District: Supervisor Elliott represents San Joaquin County on the Air District Governing Board.  The Air District announced that the San Joaquin Valley had achieved the 1-hour ozone standard established under the federal Clean Air Act, making it the first and only region in the nation to attain a standard after having been classified as being in “Extreme” non-attainment by the federal EPA.  Here is Supervisor Elliott’s statement relative to this event; “Meeting the 1-hour ozone standard is a huge accomplishment, for which we owe a great deal of gratitude to our Valley residents and businesses for their sacrifices.  However, as we celebrate this accomplishment, we should not lose sight of the fact that for our Valley citizens, the effects of the Federal Clean Air Act are both dysfunctional and unreasonable. We have been paying fines of $29 million/year since 2010 because of non-attainment of a standard that was revoked in 2005—8 years ago.  And regrettably, this is not the last standard to which we will be subjected.  As we speak, EPA has already promulgated much more severe standards that may be nearly impossible to meet.  These new standards approach the Valley’s naturally occurring background concentration of emissions.  In our District staff’s view, given the technology that is currently available, these latest standards can only be met with an almost total ban on fossil fuel combustion.  This is neither reasonable nor logical, and it has the potential to have a huge negative impact on Valley businesses, Valley agriculture, and the way our Valley residents lead their daily lives.  What we need are common sense solutions and approaches to our air quality issues.  Our District attempts to provide those common sense approaches.  The EPA needs to inject common sense into its regulations.  Let’s all work together to make that happen.

11-07-13 > Joint City/County Criminal Justice Task Force Meeting: Supervisor Elliott reconvened this Task Force, which had been dormant for a couple of years.  The Task Force was created to engage the elected officials and decision makers of the seven cities and keep them informed and up to date on where we are and where we are headed as our Criminal Justice System evolves.  AB109, the State’s Prison Realignment law, has resulted in many changes.  Although our Sheriff, Chief Probation Officer, District Attorney, Public Defender, Courts, and Chiefs of Police are doing a great job of answering the challenges of AB109, Supervisor Elliott is convinced that reconvening this Task Force is fundamental to maintaining a dialogue to most effectively address the many facets of crime in our County.

10-24-13 > Mountain House Economic Development Stakeholder Meeting: Supervisor Elliott convened the first ever meeting of this group, which included:  County government, Mountain House Board President Celeste Farron, and representatives of Lehman Brothers/Kamilos, TriMark/Sunchase Holdings, Shea Mountain House LLC, Machado Properties, and Spatafore Properties.  The purpose of this meeting was to open a dialogue amongst the various stakeholders and governmental agencies, to promote synergy and encourage positive actions to generate economic development in Mountain House and enable the new town to reach its jobs/housing balance goals.

09-12-13 >  San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District; Supervisor Elliott represents San Joaquin County on the Air District Governing Board.  Their charge is to find ways to improve our air quality in effort to meet the stringent rules and regulations of the Federal EPA and the California Air Resources Board.  You can watch the Air District’s recent Public Service Announcement here.

07-09-13> Board of Supervisors honor area veterans.  See Supervisor Elliott pay special tribute to two south County Veterans here.

06-27-13 > Board of Supervisors approve $1.33 billion dollar Budget.  Sup. Elliott supported a District Attorney budget and supplemental budget request that adds 5 prosecutors and 4 investigators, bolstering efforts to investigate crimes and prosecute criminals.  Sup. Elliott also raised awareness 5th District is extremely underserved in County park facilities.  The County operates 21 parks, only one of which is in the South County.  The Budget can be viewed here;  


 06-04-13 > Board of Supervisors discussed Public Safety and Expansion of the Jail. The Board subsequently voted against expanding the Jail and directed staff to release the $80 million construction grant back to the State. Watch  Sup. Elliott's final remarks here.      

Also see Grand Jury Report on Public Safety here: 

05-16-13 > Governor’s May Budget Revision: under the formula outlined in the May Revise, $300 million in county health care funding will be redirected in 2013-14, with an additional $2.2 billion potentially directed over the following two years. At stake if this proposal goes through, San Joaquin County could lose an estimated $3,955,703 (2013-14), $11,867,110 (2014-15), and $17,141,382 (2015-16).  These figures not only far exceed any anticipated savings that counties are expected to achieve, the redirection will prematurely force counties to cut into critical public health and safety net services they provide today and will reduce funding available to care for the remaining uninsured. Join the coalition opposed to this proposal here: 

04-05-13 > Veterans: see latest news regarding Livermore Realignment Project here.

02-05-10 > Historical:  VA Health Care Complex proposal and County response informational
                    Site Selection Board's Recommendation Regarding SJC's Proposal to VA
                    CARES Testimony 10/01/2003
                    Part 1 VA Health Care Complex Proposal 4/26/2005
                    Part 2 VA Health Care Complex Proposal 4/26/2005
                    San Joaquin County's Proposal to VA 8/27/2007
                    San Joaquin County's Response to VA 8/14/2009
                    Letters from Department of VA 1/27/2010 



January 2014 Public Events
01-01-14     New Year’s Day
(Observed Holiday – except for Emergency Services, County Services Shuttered)
 01-04-14    Eagle Scout Court of Honor
11 a.m.
American Legion Hall, 1960 N. Tracy Blvd., Tracy
01-06-14    Board of Supervisors Reorganizational Meeting
10 a.m.
Board Chambers, 44 N. San Joaquin St., 6th Floor, Stockton
01-07-14    Board of Supervisors Meeting
9 a.m.
Board Chambers, 44 N. San Joaquin St., 6th Floor, Stockton
Tracy City Council Meeting
7 p.m.
Council Chambers, 333 Civic Center Plaza, Tracy
South Delta Water Agency Board of Directors Meeting
1:30 p.m.
3650 West Canal Boulevard, Banta
01-08-14    Community Corrections Partnership Mtg (Full Partnership)
Canlis Building, 3rd Floor, 24 S. Hunter Street, Stockton
Mountain House Board of Directors Meeting
7 p.m.
Michael Forbes McGrew Board Room, 230 S. Sterling Drive, Suite 101, Mountain House
01-14-14    Board of Supervisors Meeting
9 a.m.
Board Chambers, 44 N. San Joaquin St., 6th Floor, Stockton
01-15-14    Select San Joaquin's AgVenture Youth Education Program
9 a.m.
Stockton Fair Grounds, 1658 S. Airport Way, Stockton
01-16-14    San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District Governing Board Meeting
May be viewed via webcast at; 
9 a.m.
4800 Enterprise Way, Modesto (Video-Teleconference)
San Joaquin Business Council Meeting
Brookside Country Club, 3603 St. Andrews Drive, Stockton
Tracy Chamber Ribbon Cutting Celebration for Environmental Alternatives
4 p.m.
324 E. 11th Street, Ste. E, Tracy
01-18-14    Manteca Senior Breakfast Program 5th Year Anniversary Celebration
11 a.m.
Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane, Manteca
Boys & Girls Clubs of Manteca and Lathrop Crab Feed
5:30 p.m.
MRPS Hall, 133 N Grant Ave, Manteca
01-20-14    Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday
(Observed Holiday – except for Emergency Services, County Services Shuttered)
Tracy African American Association (TAAA) Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast
8:30 a.m.
Tracy Community Center, 950 East Street, Tracy
01-21-14    Bay Delta Conservation Plan Public Meeting
3 p.m.
University Plaza Waterfront Hotel, 110 Fremont St., Stockton
Manteca City Council Meeting
7 p.m.
City Council Chambers, 1001 W. Center Street, Manteca
Tracy City Council Meeting
7 p.m.
Council Chambers, 333 Civic Center Plaza, Tracy
01-22-14    Community Corrections Partnership Executive Committee Meeting
Canlis Building, 3rd Floor, 24 S. Hunter Street, Stockton
01-23-14    San Joaquin Partnership Board of Directors Meeting
8 a.m.
2800 W. March Lane, Suite 470, Stockton
ICF Dinner
6:30 p.m.
Father Fleming Hall, St. Bernard's Catholic Church, 163 W. Eaton Avenue, Tracy
 01-24-14    Tracy Chamber of Commerce 2014 Winter Gala
5:30 p.m.
Tracy Community Center, 950 East Street, Tracy
01-27-14    Board Water Committee
10 a.m.
Board Conference Room, 44 N. San Joaquin St., 6th Floor, Stockton
San Joaquin County Economic Development Association Board of Directors Meeting
San Joaquin County WorkNet, Administrative Conference Room, 2nd Floor,
56 South Lincoln Street, Stockton
01-28-14    Board of Supervisors Meeting
9 a.m.
Board Chambers, 44 N. San Joaquin St., 6th Floor, Stockton
Joint City (Stockton)/County (SJC) Meeting (joint appt to the San Joaquin Regional Transit District Board)
9 a.m.
Board Chambers, 44 N. San Joaquin St., 6th Floor, Stockton
01-30-14    Retirement Dinner for County Veterans Service Officer Ron Green
6 p.m.
Karl Ross Post, 2020 Plymouth Road, Stockton
Tracy Farm Center (SJFB) Annual Meeting
6:30 p.m.
Moose Lodge, 35 E. 6th Street, Tracy



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Housing > Learn more about the Neighborhood Stabilization Program and other housing assistance at
Illegal Dumping > Report Illegal Dumping at  
West Nile Virus > Get latest info at
Cash for Clunkers > Learn how at
Trade Gas Mower for Battery-Powered > Learn about incentives at 


Airpark 599 > Infrastructure progress continues at the Airpark 599, which is expected to draw as many as 14,000 jobs to the County.  For more info visit 


County Capital Projects (South County Government Facility) >

 Bob Elliott

Board of Supervisors

44 North San Joaquin Street
Sixth Floor Suite 627
Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 468-3113
Fax: (209) 468-3694