Open letter to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

I am contacting you to voice my stringent opposition to and concern regarding the implementation of Proposition 57. My concern and opposition stem from the fact that too many crimes that are in reality violent by their nature are classified by Prop 57 as “non-violent” for political reasons. Currently under California State Law, these crimes […]

Volunteers needed for mentoring program

Fallbrook Citizens Crime Prevention Committee and its GANAS program (guide advise nurture and support) are doing some restructuring after the death of founder/president Pat Brandel, who died unexpectedly this past February. We are looking for and are in need of people like you who want to give back to our community through mentoring our own […]

Native American Day

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) I am pleased to be a capitol sponsor of the upcoming 50th Native American Day celebration scheduled for Sept. 22 on the south steps of the State Capitol. This year’s event will celebrate Tribal Sovereignty to recognize the authority of indigenous tribes to govern themselves within our nation’s borders. Eighteen reservations lie within […]

The result of ending amnesty

A study by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s open borders organization revealed that if an Obama-created amnesty program for young illegal aliens is ended, it would open nearly 700,000 American jobs. Making Fallbrook great again. Jerry Weintraub Jr

America should keep its promise

Senator Joel Anderson SD-38 (R) Since the founding of our country, those yearning to breathe free from around the globe have been willing to make tremendous sacrifices to obtain American citizenship. Some, while not yet citizens, believed so strongly in the promise of America that they volunteered to defend it as a member of our […]

Renovations are coming to the Capitol

Renovations are coming to the Capitol

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) As a member of the Joint Rules Committee, we have been tasked with directing an upgrade or replacement for the rapidly deteriorating State Capitol Building Annex. The building was designed in the late 1940s and completed in 1952 at a cost of $7.5 million. Originally intended to house a part-time Legislature, […]

No fan of candidate Desmond

I see that “Bulldozer Bill” Horn, our outgoing County Supervisor, has endorsed his clone, Mayor of San Marcos, Jim Desmond. I continually see it touted that San Marcos is such a “well-run” city. If you’re a greedy developer, that statement will ring true. If you’re a common citizen residing in San Marcos, well, not so […]

Hazel Louise Metcalf Jones

Hazel Louise Metcalf Jones

Hazel Louise Metcalf Jones passed away at the Palomar Medical Center on Saturday morning, August 12, at the age of 95. She is survived by her daughters, Alison Jones Sherrill, Sarah Kimberly Jones Peterson, and Valerie Jones Risenmay, their spouses, 15 grandchildren, and 33 great-grandchildren. Hazel was born on September 2, 1921, to Leo Claire […]

Back in session

Back in session

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) The Legislature is now returning to work after its summer break, with one month left before final adjournment Sept. 15. Hundreds of bills remain undecided, including seven of mine pending in the Senate. Many important issues have been decided, including passage of a state budget. Unfortunately, huge gas tax increases […]

A Thank you to Fallbrook and Bonsall residents

The Care ‘n Share Toy Drive 2017, a project of Torrey Pines Rotary Club, is pleased to announce distribution of over 14,700 new and gently used stuffed animals as a result of our collection drive during the San Diego County Fair. A hearty thanks goes out to the staff of the many library locations for […]