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New warehouses could be kept 1,000 feet from homes if bill passes

An Inland Assembly member wants to put some distance between warehouses and people.

Legislation from Assembly Majority Leader Eloise Gómez Reyes, D-Colton, requires local governments, when approving new logistics projects of 100,000 square feet or more, to impose a 1,000-foot buffer between those projects and homes, schools, health care centers, playgrounds and other places especially at risk from air pollution blamed on warehouse-bound diesel trucks.

Majority Leader Reyes Partners with State Controller Yee by Introducing Bill to Help the State Recover Unclaimed Property

Sacramento - Majority Leader Eloise Gómez Reyes (D-Colton) has introduced AB 2280 which would authorize the State Controller’s Office to establish an Unclaimed Property Voluntary Compliance Program. Currently, the State Controller’s Office administers the Unclaimed Property Program, which safeguards lost or forgotten property and provides a means for returning property to rightful owners.

 

Assemblymember Reyes Introduces Bill to Expand Opportunities for Affordable Homeownership

Sacramento – California has the second-lowest rate of homeownership and the second largest housing deficit in the nation. Homeownership rates among Californians are grossly inequitable, largely due to a legacy of exclusionary housing policies. In 2019, only 41% of Black and 49% of Latinx families owned their homes, compared to 68% of White and 66% of Asian families.

Assembly Majority Leader Reyes Statement on Governor Newsom’s California Blueprint Budget

Sacramento –I am encouraged to hear Governor Newsom present a budget that supports the values and work we have been doing in the State Assembly. As we continue to battle the pandemic, we are faced with economic, social and environmental issues that need our immediate attention. I look forward to working with my colleagues in the next few months to build and enhance on this California Blueprint Budget to build a budget that meets this moment.

 

LAO Finalizes Report Requested by Assembly Majority Leader Reyes to Improve Youth and Family Engagement in State Government.

Sacramento – Today, Assembly Majority Leader Eloise Gómez Reyes (D-San Bernardino) is sharing the findings of a report from the Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) regarding youth and family engagement with State entities. The report is based on a request Majority Leader Reyes made of the LAO last year to conduct research on the ways State departments and agencies were engaging youth and family representatives in their advisory bodies.