Board of Supervisors
BOB ELLIOTT - District 5
Term of Office: January 2017 - December 2020
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.
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2013 NEWS HIGHLIGHTS
(Supervisor Elliott's News Highlight's are updated periodically and are meant to inform the Public of interesting and important events and actions. We hope you will visit regularly.)
12-06-2013 > 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.
11-14-2013 > 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 We have been paying fines of $29 million/year since 2010 because of non-attainment of a standard that was revoked in 2005-8 years ago.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.
11-08 thru 11-2013 > Veterans Day Weekend:
Supervisor Elliott donned his uniform to attend and participate in several events honoring our Veterans.
11-08-2013 > Welcome Home for Medal of Honor Recipient MSgt Richard Pittman, USMC Ret.:
Supervisor Elliott joined our Veterans community in properly welcoming home a local hero.
11-07-2013 > 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.
11-01-2013 > Dedication of the Northern CA Marine Highway - M580:
Supervisor Elliott congratulated the Port Commissioners and Staff on this occasion. The Marine Highway has had the support of many agencies including San Joaquin County, San Joaquin Council of Governments, California Department of Agriculture, U.S. Federal Maritime Commission, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District and the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District. This is the first project of its type on the West Coast and takes advantage of the region's natural waterways to decrease diesel pollution from truck traffic, as it will eliminate thousands of truck trips per week along Bay Area and Valley highways, which will also extend the road surface life of those highways potentially saving taxpayer's millions.
10-30-2013 > Youth in Government Day:
Youth in Government Day is a job shadowing opportunity for students throughout the county. This effort is coordinated with the County Office of Education. Supervisor Elliott was proud of the nearly 100 County Employees willing to commit their time to provide students with this learning experience.
10-26-2013 > City of Tracy "Make a Difference Day":
Supervisor Elliott joined officials and Tracy residents for Make a Difference Day in Tracy.
10-24-2013 > 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.
09-12-2013 > 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 to meet the stringent rules and regulations of the Federal EPA and the California Air Resources Boards. Watch the Air District's recent Public Service Announcement here.
08-24-2013 > Teranishi Event Center Dedication Ceremony (New Jerusalem Elementary School District):
Supervisor Elliott addressed attendees at the dedication ceremony honoring George & Mei Teranishi.
07-27-2013 > UNeed2 Back to School Event:
Supervisor Elliott gave remarks to the gathered crowd at the Larch clover Community Center. UNeed2 works to bridge the gap with economically challenged individuals by assisting with technology which will allow the youth to be competitive in the 21st century economy, break the cycle of poverty and to have the same opportunity to reach their full potential as successful, productive and responsible citizens.
07-18-2013 > Women's Center - Youth & Family Services Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony:
Supervisor Elliott was pleased to help celebrate the opening of the Women's Center Tracy Office.
07-18-2013 > Ecologic Foundation Plant Grand Opening:
Supervisor Elliott helped welcome Ecologic Brands to San Joaquin County. Ecologic Brands offers environmentally friendly packaging options.
07-09-2013 > Board of Supervisors honor area veterans:
See Supervisor Elliott pay special tribute to two south County Veterans here.
06-28-2013 > Board of Supervisors approve $1.33 billion dollar Budget:
Supervisor 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
06-15-2013 > GFWC Tracy Woman's Club Mystery Dinner:
Supervisor Elliott was proud to lend his acting skills to the Mystery Dinner Fundraiser, which raised funds for the Animal Shelter.
06-06-2013 > The Lisa Project Traveling Exhibit:
Supervisor Elliott gave remarks at the Lisa Project exhibit. This exhibit serves to raise awareness about child abuse.
06-04-2013 > 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
05-26-2013 > Memorial Day at Woodward Park in Manteca:
Supervisor Elliott proud to honor our Veterans and Fallen Heroes.
05-16-2013 > 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;
05-15-2013 > Lammersville School District Superintendent Dale Hansen is named ACSA Region VII 2013 Superintendent of the Year:
Supervisor Elliott congratulates Superintendent Hansen.
04-21 thru 25-2013 > San Joaquin Council of Governments One Voice D.C. Visit:
Supervisor Elliott joined SJCOG Members in D.C. to meet with federal officials and advocate for county projects.
04-17-2013 > Carnegie State Vehicle Recreation Area:
Supervisor Elliott toured Carnegie SVRA with Superintendent Randy Caldera and Staff discussing expansion and restoration efforts.
04-05-2013 > Veterans:
See the latest news regarding Livermore Realignment Project here
03-07-2013 > Tracy Community's Hire Me First Internship Program Annual Kickoff Breakfast:
Supervisor Elliott giving some opening remarks. The Hire Me First Internship Program is designed to provide 11th and 12th grade students with the opportunity to acquire and demonstrate key competencies required by businesses and industries. The program provides job preparedness workshops, job shadowing, mock interviews and internship opportunities.
02-27-2013 > County Public Health Department Biosafety Level 3 Laboratory Grand Opening:
Supervisor Elliott helped cut the Ribbon at the Grand Opening. BSL-3 laboratories provide a higher level of safety and protection to laboratory staff that test for infectious agents. The BSL-3 laboratory will allow Public Health Microbiologists to work to help diagnose or identify diseases in a safe manner for the community as well as for our staff members.
01-07-2013 > Swearing-in Ceremony & Reorganizational Meeting:
Supervisor Elliott helped cut the Ribbon at the Grand Opening. BSL-3 laFormer Tracy City Councilman and retired Army Colonel Robert V. Elliott is sworn into office to represent the Fifth Supervisorial District.
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
2014 NEWS HIGHLIGHTS
(Supervisor Elliott's News Highlight's are updated periodically and are meant to inform the Public of interesting and important events and actions. We hope you will visit regularly.)
09-09-2014 > Women's Center - Youth & Family Services ~ Serenity House Dedication:
Supervisor Elliott joined the Women's Center Youth and Family Services for the grand opening ceremony of their Serenity House emergency shelter. The new emergency shelter for battered women and their children will officially open October 1st.
Tracy Press - New women's shelter to open
09-06-2014 > Taste of the Valley Art & Food Festival:
Formerly known as the Tracy Dry Bean Festival, Supervisor Elliott gave remarks at the Opening Ceremonies. After welcoming everyone to the 1st Annual Taste of the Valley Art and Food Festival, he called for a round of applause recognizing the Tracy Chamber of Commerce for presenting this new and improved Festival after a run of 27 years for the Tracy Bean Festival. He further reminded everyone that agriculture is San Joaquin County's number one industry, noting that our 2013 Report on Crops revealed an all-time high overall gross value of approximately $2,976,000,000.
Tracy Press - Taste of the Valley makes debut downtown
08-29-2014 > San Joaquin County Launches Advanced Budget Transparency Platform:
Supervisor Elliott believes that government transparency is a fundamental principle of good government and an informed constituency. In effort to promote transparency and informing the public, Supervisor Elliott revised his webpages and asked staff to investigate a program known as OPENGOV. Staff moved quickly and launched an Advanced Budget Transparency Platform. Supervisor Elliott stated, "Government transparency is a fundamental principle of good government. One of the initiatives we are pursuing in San Joaquin County to improve transparency is to provide citizens greater access to government financial information. With the recent implementation of OpenGov, residents of San Joaquin County will now be able to see where their tax dollars are being spent with the click of a button."
OpenGov Financial Data Transparency Portal
Press Release - OpenGov
08-27-2014 > "Get Connected" Second Annual Small Business & Procurement Expo:
Chairman Elliott gave opening remarks at the Get Connected Expo presented by the Stockton Regional Public Agency Consortium. The Consortium is a collaboration of federal, state and local agencies, educational institutions, public utilities, and small business assistance organizations. Together, the Consortium supports and promotes economic development of small businesses. San Joaquin County is dedicated to local business development, and the Board of Supervisors adopted an Economic Development Vision and Implementation Plan. We have a local vendor preference policy, giving locals a 5% advantage in securing County business. For large construction projects, we have a local hire policy to encourage the hiring of local talent. Efforts have been successful. The County purchase order spend for dollars flowing into local businesses has increased from 38% level in ’09, to over 55% level in ’13. The Expo provides educational and networking opportunities for local small businesses to connect with procurement agents and business resources.
08-27-2014 > Groundwater Management Legislation:
On another and equally important water battle, Chairman Elliott advocated on behalf of the County against AB 1739 and SB 1168. At risk are local controls and a number of unknowns. The Bill's passed out of the Legislature and have been sent to the Governor for signature.
Opposition Letter to AB 1739 and SB 1168 - Groundwater
Adopted Groundwater Policy
08-26-2014 > Board of Supervisors Receives 2013 Ag Report:
The 2013 Report on Crops shows Grapes as our number one valued crop at $496 million, followed by almonds and walnuts at $468 million and $443 million respectively. Overall gross value is an all-time high of approximately $2.976 billion.
Annual Crop Reports
Tracy Press - Almonds named county's most valuable ag product
08-20-2014 > Newly Appointed VA Secretary Visits VA Palo Alto:
Chairman Elliott makes trek commonly known to Valley and Foothill veterans, for opportunity to advocate area veterans issues to new Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald, a fellow West Point graduate. Among issues Supervisor Elliott hoped to raise; 1) importance of Central Valley VA Expanded Outpatient Clinic and Community Living Center in French Camp, 2) funding for the Central Valley project in the Administration’s FY 2016 budget request to Congress, 3) the completion of all design and construction documents - making the Central Valley Project shovel ready by December 2015, 4) maintain the Central Valley Project a top priority for VA funding, 5) recently approved contract with TriWest for medical care at San Joaquin General Hospital, providing opportunity to care for veterans and lessen wait times, and 6) County prepared to enter into a direct agreement with VA for mental health services.
Recordnet.com - Secretary of VA pays visit to Palo Alto
08-15-2014 > The Kendall Center's (Tracy) 10th Birthday Party & Open House:
Supervisor Elliott enjoyed presenting certificates to the graduates to Kindergarten, Kids Helping Kids Peers, Friend of the Kendall Center Jody Burriss, Ed. D, and the Kendall Center on its 10th Birthday.
08-13-2014 > Water Bond/Legislation:
Chairman Elliott, along with County Staff, spent the day in Sacramento at the Capitol advocating the County's positions on an array of water legislation. In the end, the Governor signed AB 1471 and vetoed SB 866. Here are some documents developed during and as a result of our advocacy.
SB 866 (WOLK) - Support if Amended
Delta Counties Coalition Water Bond Letter
SJC Response to Passage of Statewide Water Bond Legislation
08-13-2014 > Presentations to Mountain House and Sheriff Retirees:
Supervisor Elliott took pride in recognizing the service of retirees Gay Giles (Director, Business Administration Department), Harpal Singh (O&M Director ), and Deputy Sheriff Gerald Mohl (Mountain House Patrol).
08-12-2014 > Implementation of Stage I Emergency Water Conservation Measures:
The Board of Supervisors adopted a Resolution Declaring a Water Emergency and Implementing Stage I Emergency Water Conservation Measures for all Water Districts Governed by the Board of Supervisors.
Resolution Declaring a Water Emergency
08-08-2014 > Electric Cars, Levees and Legislation:
Chairman Elliott sent a letter to the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development requesting an amendment to SB 1309 that would expand the definition of "adequate progress" to include the planning phase of levee improvements. This is an attempt to head off a very negative unintended consequence of an otherwise well intended piece of legislation.
SB 1309 (Steinberg and Gaines) - Request for Amendment
08-06-2014 > VA Services - Central Valley Veterans:
On June 6, 2014, Chairman Elliott requested a meeting with the Director's of the VA Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS) and the VA Sierra Pacific Network (VISN 21) Ms. Elizabeth Joyce Freeman and Ms. Sheila Cullen respectively. The meeting was granted and held at Mare Island July 1, 2014. Chairman Elliott memorialized the discussions in this letter here:
VA Services - Central Valley Veterans
08-05-2014 > City of Tracy/South County Fire Authority Fire Station 96 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and City of Tracy/South County Fire Authority Fire Station 92 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony:
Supervisor Elliott was proud to join City Officials recognizing their investment of resources in public safety.
07-25-2014 > San Joaquin County's Comments on the Bay Delta Conservation Plan:
Chairman Elliott submitted the County's comments on the Draft Bay Delta Conservation Plan and associated Draft Environmental Impact Report, Draft Environmental Impact Statement, and Draft Implementing Agreement.
San Joaquin County's Comments on the Draft Bay Delta Conservation Plan
07-23-2014 > H.R. 5078 Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protection Act of 2014:
On behalf of the Board of Supervisors, Chairman Elliott urged our San Joaquin County congressional delegates to vote in favor of H.R. 5078, which would prohibit broadening of Federal jurisdiction over "Waters of the United States" under the Clean Water Act.
San Joaquin County Support of H.R. 5078
07-22-2014 > County Resolution Providing Additional Temporary Paid Military Leave of Absence and Continued Health and Retirement Benefits for County Employees Called to Active Duty with the Armed Forces by the President of the United States:
Upon learning from a County employee that this policy had expired, Chairman Elliott directed staff to review and revise the policy as appropriate, and bring it forward to the Board of Supervisors for approval. Further, with the consensus of the Board, Chairman Elliott requested a modification to allow additional temporary partially paid military leave of absence benefits if employees are called to duty by the President for any reason, not just combating terrorism.
Adoption of the resolution of the County of San Joaquin providing for additional temporary partially paid military leave of absence benefits
07-22-2014 > Support for Stockton Metropolitan Airport's FAA Funding Request:
On behalf of the County, Chairman Elliott requested the assistance of San Joaquin County's congressional delegates to secure discretionary grant funding for the reconstruction our Airport's terminal parking ramp.
BOS 07-03 Support for Stockton Metro - Denham
BOS 07-03 Support for Stockton Metro - McNerney
07-08-2014 > San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors Reaffirm Opposition to the Bay Delta Conservation Plan:
Chairman Elliott and his colleagues held a press conference and approved a resolution reaffirming the County’s opposition to the Bay Delta Conservation Plan.
SJC BOS BDCP Press Release
Recordnet.com - Supervisors still against twin tunnels
Recordnet.com - S.J. paints grim picture of twin tunnels' impact
06-28-2014 > Mountain House High School Grand Opening:
Supervisor Elliott was pleased to join the Lammersville School District Board of Trustees, Superintendent(s) past and present, and Mountain House residents for the prideful occasion. The District invested nearly $100 million in this "Technology Based School", boasting; 1:1 Chromebook Initiative for all students, 21st Century Focus, and Career Pathways.
Tracy Press - Mountain House High opens to rave reviews
06-27-2014 > San Joaquin County Opposition to Expedited Groundwater Management Reform Legislation and Attached Policy Statement and Recommendations:
On behalf of the Board of Supervisors, Chairman Elliott registered with the Senate Natural Resources Committee and the Assembly Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife, the County's opposition to expedited groundwater management legislation in favor of a local stakeholder and expert driven process.
SJC Opposition to Expedited Groundwater Management reform Legislation and Attached Policy Statement and Recommendations
Policy Statement and Recommendations Regarding Proposed Groundwater Management Reform
06-26-2014 > San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG) Governing Board Approves Funding for Stockton Metropolitan Airport:
On May 22, 2014, Supervisor Elliott sent SJCOG a letter advocating providing Airport funding from overall SJCOG funds, and on June 26, 2014 the SJCOG Governing Board voted to approve funding of this type for the Airport. Supervisor Elliott appreciates the efforts of County and SJCOG staffs, as well as the support of the SJCOG Governing Board to provide appropriate funding for this regional asset.
Measure K Amendment Request for Stockton Metropolitan Airport Funding
Stockton Metropolitan Airport Improvements Added to Measure K Half-Cent Sales Tax Program
Recordnet.com - Worldwide flights in Stockton's future?
06-24 thru 25-2014 > San Joaquin County 2014-15 Final Budget Hearings:
Chairman Elliott and his colleagues approved the 2014-15 County Budget. Chairman Elliott's stated goal is to reach a structurally balanced budget, and this year's budget moved the county closer to that goal. The Official 2014-15 Final Budget will be available in October, upon the closing of the 2013-14 books by the County Auditor-Controller. The budget proposals can be viewed at http://sjgov.org/cao/county_budget.aspx. For the Final Budget Summary click on "2014-2015 Final Budget Hearing Presentation 06-25-2014" and view the last page, page 100.
06-23-2014 > Joint Stanislaus-San Joaquin County Meeting with Association of CA Water Agencies (ACWA) and State Representatives RE: Groundwater Management:
Supervisor Elliott and San Joaquin officials joined Stanislaus County, ACWA, and State officials to discuss this very important issue. The Drought has caused a discussion of proposals that have risen to the State level in the Governor's Administration and through SB 1168 and AB 1739. Supervisor Elliott and his colleagues believe that groundwater management control should be maintained at the local level, and on June 10th, the Board of Supervisors approved these recommendations from the County Advisory Water Commission:
- Opposed to expedited legislation; Recommend a stakeholder and expert driven process.
- Surface water storage should be expanded.
- Groundwater recharge should be designated a beneficial use.
- Groundwater use by overlying users should not be regulated without considering the implications of a regulatory taking.
- Groundwater management must be controlled at the local level with State intervention only in the most extreme situations.
- A statutory definition of "sustainable groundwater management" should be conceptual allowing for customization by local management agencies as appropriate for individual basins and regions.
- Management area boundaries should consider localized geologic and hydrogeologic conditions, surface water source, irrigation methods and cultural practices, urbanization level, crop types, soil conditions, as well as respect existing governance structures.
- Local agencies must have access to a reliable and continuous source of funding for management activities.
06-22-2014 > Irmandade Portuguesa da Festa do Espirito Santo 90th Annual Festa do Divino Espirito Santo de Tracy (Holy Ghost Festa):
Supervisor Elliott was honored to join the I.P.F.E.S. in celebrating the 90th anniversary of this festival.
06-19-2014 > iHub San Joaquin Meeting (Introducing the State's newest innovation Hub):
Supervisor Elliott made a dash from the Bay Area, while on the Water Education Foundation Tour, back to Stockton to give the opening remarks for this meeting. This is California's new program to encourage and stimulate economic initiatives that foster innovation, job creation, and entrepreneurship. Supervisor Elliott said that San Joaquin County is well primed to become the home of significant innovation, starting with strong partnerships that will be significant in harnessing the resources and strength of our community's businesses, universities, entrepreneurs and economic development organizations. These partnerships will enhance and improve the competitiveness of our emerging iHub.
06-18 thru 20-2014 > Water Education Foundation Tour - Bay-Delta Tour:
In a continued effort to gain a broad understanding of our state's water system, Supervisor Elliott visited numerous facilities on this tour. Solutions for the future sustainability of our state's water system will require a holistic approach.
06-16-2014 > Site Visit to the Child Abuse Prevention Council:
Supervisor Elliott joined Executive Director Lindy Turner-Hardin and Staff for an in depth on-site look at the services CAPC provide. The CAPC of San Joaquin County offers comprehensive programs designed to improve the protection and safety of our children. To learn more about their programs visit http://www.nochildabuse.org/
06-13-2014 > New Four-Way Stop Sign Intersection at State Route 33 and Durham Ferry Road in San Joaquin County:
Supervisor Elliott is pleased to have been involved in this excellent example of local and state officials responding to a community voicing their concerns about a safety issue.
Caltrans - NEW FOUR-WAY STOP SIGN INTERSECTION AT STATE ROUTE 33 AND DURHAM FERRY ROAD IN SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY
Tracypress.com - Four-way stop coming at Highway 33 and Durham Ferry Road
06-10-2014 > Oppose SB 1199 - Wild and Scenic Rivers:
Chairman Elliott and his colleagues recorded their opposition to Senate Bill 1199, which could potentially limit opportunities to better manage Mokelumne water supplies for future generations.
OPPOSE SENATE BILL 1199 - WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS: MOKELUMNE RIVER
06-10-2014 > McHenry House Auction Dinner:
Supervisor and Mrs. Elliott attended the McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter Auction Dinner to help support its mission of empowering homeless families and individuals toward self-sufficiency. McHenry House offers counseling, guidance, referrals for employment, housing, medical care, and treatment for addictions. They also assist w