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Cervantes Bill to Reform Local Government Transitions to District-Based Elections Sent to Governor’s Desk

(SACRAMENTO) – Today, Assembly Bill 2123 by Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes (D-Corona) was unanimously approved by the state Senate, and sent to Governor Jerry Brown for his consideration. AB 2123 would reform the existing process for local governments to transition to district-based elections by providing for a mutually agreed-to extension of up to 90 days to continue negotiations between local governments and potential plaintiffs.

Norco College gets $6 million for childcare, workforce development centers

Norco College plans to use $6 million in state dollars to build a childcare center for veterans’ families and a workforce development center.

The $6 million allocation, advocated by Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes, D-Riverside, was included in the state budget adopted earlier this month, a college news release states.

Cervantes Honors Brenner-Fiedler as 2018 Small Business of the Year

(SACRAMENTO) – Today, Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes honored Brenner-Fiedler of Riverside as the 60th Assembly District 2018 Small Business of the Year at the State Capitol. For over 70 years, Brenner-Fiedler has been a leader in providing automation and pneumatic solutions to improve technology, efficiency, quality, and safety in a variety of industries.