District News Weekly Wrap-Up 10/18/19

SR-132 Groundbreaking

The SR-132 project broke ground. The planned highway has been in the works since 1956. The project will provide environmental, economic, and safety improvements to all who live and work here.

Victory Lap After Funding Boys and Girls Clubs

Assemblyman Heath Flora and Assemblyman Adam Gray championed $1 million in this year’s budget to keep the doors open and lights on at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Stanislaus County and Boys & Girls Club of Merced County. The assemblymembers got to meet some of the children who will benefit from the funding.

Merced NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet

The Merced NAACP Branch invited Assemblymember Adam Gray to join the Freedom Fund Banquet. For over a century, NAACP has fought for justice for all Americans and has made tremendous progress on important issues including voting rights, public education, and economic inequality. Thank you for all that you do for our community and for our country.

Latino Community Roundtable

The Latino Community Roundtable invited Aseemblymember Adam Gray to speak at their monthly luncheon. They discussed the state of water in the Central Valley, addressing homelessness issues in our neighborhoods, and Governor Newsom’s commitment to the Valley.

The Next May Day Fair Is Underway

Planning and executing the amazing Merced County Spring Fair (aka May Day Fair) that we enjoy each year takes more planning than many of us realize The 2020 Spring Fair will be here before we know it!

San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors Water Authority Tour

Assemblymembers Phil Ting, Reggie Jones-Sawyer and Adam Gray traveled to Stanislaus and Merced Counties for a tour and discussion with the San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors Water Authority about two issues at the heart of the Central Valley economy: #water and #agriculture.