Issues and Projects

  1. Housing
  2. Transportation
  3. Recovery & Rebuilding
  4. Youth Opportunities
  5. Sustainability

Housing, Housing, Housing!

Housing has been my number one priority since I began representing District 4. By addressing the housing crisis we can help reduce many other factors that impact our way of life. Housing that is affordable allows families to live where they work, provides economic mobility to young families, and allows older adults to age at home. We must continue to fight for housing that is affordable and create opportunities for home ownership. No one development will solve the problem, but I believe, working with our cities and town, together, we can make a positive impact. 

Below are a few things I have done on this issue:
  • Secured permanent funding for farmworker centers from the State Government. 
  • Led the efforts to explore making a Family Farmworker Center to provide housing to the changing demographics of our farmworkers. 
  • Supported and advocated for the development of several affordable housing developments including Redwood Road and Valley View in American Canyon which, together, will bring more than 100 units to low income families, veterans, and/or seniors.
  • Working on Old Sonoma Road property, County owned, to enable responsible housing to be built on-site.