As soon as I’m sworn in next month, I’ll prioritize the state’s economic recovery, our children’s education, housing/homelessness, the environment and other pressing needs.
The need for resurfacing on 19th Avenue is an issue I have updated readers on several times over the past few years. I am pleased to finally share that work toward that end will finally begin this month.
When we woke up to a dark and hazy orange sky on Sept. 9, it was an eerie and alarming experience. It looked like a scene from a movie about a dystopian future, but there were no special effects involved. It was real.
Since stay-at-home orders were issued this spring, we have rarely heard about mass shootings at schools and workplaces. However, pre-COVID, the number of incidents had been trending upward for years. In response, I decided to take action.
August will mark five months since the Bay Area and the state of California led the nation with shelter-in-place orders to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Unfortunately, these measures have had adverse effects on our economy. Millions of people have filed for Unemployment Insurance, and countless small businesses have closed or are in danger of closing.
Last fall, I shared that CalTrans had plans to repave the west side’s major arterial road, California State Route 1, designated as 19th Avenue in the Sunset and Park Presidio Boulevard in the Richmond.
Assemblymember Phil Ting discusses the state budget.
I will be hosting another Town Hall that afternoon at 2 p.m.. I will provide the latest information regarding the state’s response to this crisis and answer your questions.
Assemblymember Phil Ting advises residents of the government resources available to them during this public health crisis.
As a parent of kids in local public schools, I share concerns many of you feel about the future of the educational landscape for our children, educators, administrators and staff.
Some Californians have begun to receive their federal stimulus checks through direct deposit. This will be part of the discussion at my next Facebook live town hall on Tuesday, April 21 at 2 p.m. You can submit questions here.
While you are homebound, please note the 2020 Census is here. Once a decade, the federal government attempts to count every person living in the country. Basic demographic data is collected for each person currently living in a household, such as gender, age and race.
As our COVID-19 situation develops, many of us will to continue to have questions and concerns. I hope you continue to reach out to me for any issues you want to raise. I will be hosting a Town Hall on Tuesday, March 31st at 2 p.m.
I want to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to express their concerns, so I am hosting another virtual Town Hall this Thursday, March 26, at 9:30 a.m.
The number of Real IDs issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is lagging behind projected demand. If you anticipate needing one, I advise you go to the DMV now because I expect the lines to worsen as we approach Oct. 1.