A state in fiscal misery and rising, pricey infrastructural and social issues wants critical consideration from its lawmakers, one thing not at all times on show in Sacramento. The Legislature would profit from the management by folks with each governmental expertise and sound enterprise sense. That’s why we favor Kelly Seyarto in Assembly District 67.
Seyarto has a few years of expertise as a council member and as mayor of Murrieta. His instructional background features a master’s diploma in public administration and he spent 35 years working in fireplace departments in Inglewood, La Verne, and Los Angeles County, retiring as a battalion chief.
His background and expertise make Seyarto well-suited succeed Melissa Melendez, who has been a robust advocate for constituents within the 67th (she is looking for a Senate seat on this election).
Among Seyarto’s high points are transportation, water assets, and defending Proposition 13, the property-tax poll measure that has helped middle-income Californians keep their properties. Seyarto rightly perceives that some in Sacramento are hoping to undermine Prop. 13, mainly by this yr’s “split roll” initiative, Proposition 15, which voters must reject.
Past membership on the Riverside County Transportation Commission has helped Seyarto acquire an understanding of the area’s transportation wants and as an Assemblymember he generally is a wanted voice of motive on the difficulty. Neglecting roads, as California has been doing, is a web drag on the state’s financial system.
Speaking of the financial system, Seyarto believes the No. 1 precedence going through lawmakers is restoration from the months-long lockdown authorities have imposed on Californians. The job received be straightforward as a result of tax receipts have been falling in the course of the lockdown – disturbing information for state authorities that has a spending downside. But Seyarto and different legislators with expertise on the native degree will help Sacramento give attention to actual wants.
Seyarto additionally desires to see laws addressing loss mitigation, fireplace suppression, and homelessness. For his stands on key points, Seyarto is the perfect candidate to serve Assembly District 67.