There was a nice story about Assemblyman Jim Frazier in the Brentwood Press this week written by Samie Hartley. She writes about how he can relate to other East County residents who commute’s to work as he now commutes to Sacramento each day. Here is just a small sample of the article.
Frazier, the first Oakley resident to serve at the state level, was sworn into office on Dec. 3. Of the 38 freshmen assembly representatives sworn in, the most since 1966, Frazier is one of five to be selected to chair a committee. Frazier will head the Accountability and Administrative Review Committee, which reviews and studies the implementation, operation and effectiveness of state programs and agencies. He has also been appointed to the Transportation Committee, which oversees the Transit Authority, California Highway Patrol, and the operation, licensing and registration, and driver’s licenses.
As an advocate for protecting the Delta, Frazier is looking forward to serving on the Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee, which supervises water resources, flood management, fish and game, parks and recreation, and wildlife matters. He will also serve on the Insurance Committee, which handles discussions regarding insurance (excluding health insurance), workers compensation and unemployment compensation.
Frazier gearing up to represent East County
Frazier to Host Lobster and Pasta Dinner
Also, on February 23, Jim Frazier will be hosting his 2nd Annual Lobster and Pasta Diner in Antioch. If you would like to purchase tickets, please contact Martha at 925-890-2665 or email [email protected]