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SACRAMENTO – Assemblyman Anthony Rendon (D-Lakewood) issued the following statement after the veto of Assembly Bills 825, 895 and 1023, his legislative package seeking reforms to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC):
“I am disappointed by the Governor’s veto of my CPUC reform package. We need to rebuild the public’s trust in their government. Each and every day dysfunction continues at the CPUC, that trust erodes. Reforms must be made to the CPUC, and I look forward to working with Gov. Brown to ensure they are implemented.”
Assemblyman Anthony Rendon is chair of the Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce. Rendon is serving in his second term representing the 63rd Assembly District, which includes the cities and communities of Bell, Cudahy, Hawaiian Gardens, Lakewood, North Long Beach, Lynwood, Maywood, Paramount, and South Gate.
Update to L.A. River Master Plan Begins Process for Lower River Revitalization
SACRAMENTO – Gov. Jerry Brown today approved Assembly Bill 530, Assemblyman Anthony Rendon’s (D-Lakewood) proposal to create a comprehensive restoration plan for the Lower Los Angeles River.
“I’ve been kayaking on restored portions of the Upper L.A. River and seen the development of trails, walkways and parks,” said Rendon. “Residents along the Lower River deserve the same opportunities to reconnect with the river that flows through their neighborhoods.”
Legislation Implements Transparency & Oversight In Light of CPUC Scandals
SACRAMENTO – The State Legislature unanimously approved a package of California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) reform measures proposed by Assemblyman Anthony Rendon (D-Lakewood). They now await the Governor’s signature.
“Allegations of backroom deals and scandals reflect a broken organizational culture within the CPUC,” Rendon said. “This package of reforms boosts transparency and independent oversight and moves toward restoring public confidence in the commission.”
(Sacramento) – Assemblymember Anthony Rendon (D-Lakewood) has been selected by Assembly Democrats to become Speaker of the California State Assembly in January when the full Assembly is expected to officially vote him into the position. He will follow current Speaker Toni G. Atkins (D-San Diego). KCRA TV reporter David Bienick spoke with Assemblymember Rendon about his priorities for the news position. You can watch his story in this Assembly Assets video.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblyman Anthony Rendon (D-Lakewood) issued the following statement after being selected to be the next Speaker of the California State Assembly:
“I am deeply honored to have the support of my colleagues to become the next Assembly Speaker.
“The Assembly remains focused on doing the people’s work over the last week of this legislative session and finding solutions to the challenges Californians face every day.
“I thank Speaker Toni Atkins for her incredible grace in leading this house and continuing California’s role at the forefront of the nation and the world.”
Assemblyman Anthony Rendon is serving in his second term representing the 63rd Assembly District, which includes the cities and communities of Bell, Cudahy, Hawaiian Gardens, Lakewood, North Long Beach, Lynwood, Maywood, Paramount, and South Gate.
Update to L.A. River Master Plan Aligns Upper & Lower River Restoration Plans
Sacramento, CA – The State Legislature today approved Assembly Bill 530, Assemblyman Anthony Rendon’s (D-Lakewood) proposal to create a comprehensive restoration plan for the Lower Los Angeles River. It now awaits the Governor’s signature.
“The L.A. River should provide residents opportunities for recreation, not just be a filming location for television shows and movies,” Rendon said. “State involvement is critical to create a unified voice on the collaborative management of the River.”
South Gate resident Anna Quintanilla awarded California Latino Legislative Caucus Foundation scholarship by Assemblyman Anthony Rendon
SACRAMENTO – South Gate resident Anna Quintanilla was awarded the California Latino Legislative Caucus Foundation scholarship, Assemblyman Anthony Rendon (D-Lakewood) announced today.
"Anna has overcome a great deal of personal adversity to achieve her impeccable academic record and involvement in the community," Rendon said. "I am incredibly proud to award this scholarship to a very deserving resident of the Southeast."
Southern California Edison executives assured state lawmakers and Long Beach city officials on Saturday that it would respond to future power outages with greater competence and speed than it did during two protracted blackouts in July.
Two of the utility's top executives took harsh criticism at a town hall meeting for its slow response last July to electrical vault explosions and two sustained outages.