Serving the 75th Assembly District

Serving the 75th Assembly District

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) Assisting district residents with problems trying to navigate California’s massive bureaucracy is one of my primary responsibilities as your representative in Sacramento. Here’s a review of some of the While my Capitol Office deals largely with legislation and policy issues, my District Office (DO) assists constituents at the local level. […]

Pop Warner board says ‘Thank You’

The Fallbrook Pop Warner Football season has come to an end and the board would like to thank everyone for all the hard work that has gone into the 2016 season. We have so many volunteers who step up each year to make this happen: board members, team moms, coaches and all the wonderful shoe tying, […]

Dogs run loose on Fallbrook Golf Course

Since the closing of the Fallbrook Golf Course, people have decided to let their dogs off the leash and the neighbors are complaining. The property is still private and many people are parking on Palo Vista to access the course which is not respecting that it is a private road and not designed nor permitted […]

Back to Sacramento

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) On Jan. 4, 80 State Assembly Members and 40 State Senators began the new legislative session. Over 2,000 bills are likely to be introduced in the next few weeks. Thankfully, most will not be controversial. With some exceptions, all legislation must be submitted to the Office of Legislative Counsel by Jan. 20 with […]

Fallbrook trees need your help

“Brother, can you spare a dime?” is a query reminiscent of depression days. Today I ask, “Fallbrook, can you spare some time?” Since 1993 Fallbrookians have planted and maintained trees in Fallbrook, for energy saving shade, a more healthful environment, erosion control, pedestrian friendly streets, and much more. Those years have brought old age, debilitating […]

Green Canyon signal delays or death?

Much debate has taken place on the pro’s/con’s of a traffic signal at Green Canyon Road and South Mission Road. Some say, “What? Yet another signal (delay) in an already overwhelmed traffic corridor.” Others say, “I play Russian roulette every time I try to turn onto South Mission.” A recent fatal traffic accident there demonstrates […]

David Holguin

David Holguin

David Holguin, a resident of Fallbrook, was born April 27, 1944 in El Paso, Texas. David peacefully left his body on the evening of December 8, 2016. David loved the city of Fallbrook and all the people he met there. A memorial service will be held on January 22, 2017 at 2 p.m. at the […]

The legislative process

The legislative process

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) The California Legislature will begin its work for the new session in January, and since over 2,000 bills are likely to be introduced in the next few weeks, it is helpful to describe how the legislative process works. Based on the committee system, newly introduced bills first go before the […]

A Thank you to FSI supporters

Fallbrook Skatepark Inc. (FSI) thanks all of our generous supporters in November and December who participated in fundraisers at Jersey Mike’s, Dominick’s Italian Delicatessen and Panda Express as well as our booth inside Fallbrook Brewing Company during the parade and at our table at the Fallbrook Community Center Tree Lighting Ceremony. A special appreciation goes […]

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