On February 26, Assembly Member Randy Voepel (R – Santee) introduced Assembly Concurrent Resolution 179, which would proclaim the week of May 17-23, 2020 Special Districts Week.
Recall that last year, Assembly Member Ken Cooley (D – Rancho Cordova) introduced Assembly Concurrent Resolution 89, which proclaimed the week of September 22, to September 28, 2019, to be Special Districts Week. It encouraged all Californians to be involved in their communities and be civically engaged with their local government.
Just like last year, the Assembly and Senate are encouraging Californians across the state to engage with their local communities and to be actively involved with their government, particularly with special districts and the areas they serve. Unlike last year however, Special Districts Week will coincide with CSDA’s midyear advocacy event, Special Districts Legislative Days.
During Special Districts Week, special district representatives will come to Sacramento to make their voices heard throughout the state legislature on issues of importance to California’s special districts as part of Special Districts Legislative Days.
Districts can take action to get engaged now and be prepared for the upcoming seasons by following a few simple steps:
Please help CSDA in getting this bill signed into law by sending in a letter of support. Should you have any questions about the bill, please contact CSDA Legislative Representative Anthony Tannehill at email@example.com.