Congressman Garamendi Takes Immediate Action to Allow California National Guardsmen to Keep Recruitment Incentives
Department of Defense is attempting to reclaim bonuses that recruiters paid out in error
Congressman Garamendi spoke to classes about his duties and responsibilities as a Congressman and touched on Congress's role in helping students with mental illness, regionalized vocational training, college affordability and more.
This morning, Congressman Garamendi visited Princeton Elementary in Colusa County, where he spoke to 75 students ranging from 1st through 6th Grade.
Congressman Garamendi Joins Vacaville, Fairfield & Dixon Police Departments for Ride Alongs and Briefings on Recent Policy Changes
To better understand what local police departments are doing to protect their communities, develop better police training methods, and improve relations between the police and the public, Congressman Garamendi participated in three ride alongs with the Vacaville, Fairfield, and Dixon police departments.
The honorees from Dixon are Linda Hickman and Patricia “Cookie” Powell.
Garamendi Honors 14 Women from Colusa, Glenn, Sutter, and Yuba Counties at His Annual Women of the Year Awards
The honorees included 14 residents of Colusa, Glenn, Sutter, and Yuba counties, including Donna Critchfield and Terry Rivera of Colusa; Susan Barrett of Maxwell; Carolyn Denton, Jody Meza, and Christine Stifter of Orland; Marsha Krouse-Taylor of Sutter; Mary Lou Byer, Erin Cucchi, Anne Fletcher, Jennifer Jelavich, and Nicole Riley of Yuba City; Debbra Springsteen of Browns Valley; and Nancy Aaberg of Marysville.
The honorees from Woodland are Marilyn Hays, Lynnette Irlmeier, and Kristy Wright.
The honorees from Davis are Elly Fairclough, M.R.C. Greenwood, Betsy Marchand, Lea Rosenberg, Jean VanderGheynst, and Mariko Yamada.
The honoree from Clearlake is Neickol Cook.
The honoree from Walnut Grove is Sandra Waterhouse.