Take Action: Contact Your State Representatives Today!

CAPE works hard to ensure our members interests are represented fairly, not only by elected county officials, but state representatives as well.

CAPE recently sent letters to California state legislators regarding two key items that affect our membership. We wanted to keep you up-to-date and encourage you to contact your state senators regarding them.

If you would like to also contact your elected officials regarding these bills, visit http://findyourrep.legislature.ca.gov/ to find your state representatives and contact information.

We will keep you updated on both of these issues.

SB362: would add Code Enforcement Officers to the list of public service employees whose personal information is not available in records of the Department of Motor Vehicles. For many of our members, particularly those working for the Department of Regional Planning, this is an important bill. Many of our members use their own personal vehicles for inspections and code enforcement. Click here to read the letter CAPE sent to state senators.

SCA-12: proposed amendment to the state constitution that would directly effect the governance of Los Angeles County. The amendment asks state voters to approve what LA County voters have rejected eight times - expanding the Board of Supervisors and creating an elected position of Chief Executive Officer for the county. Click here to read the letter CAPE sent to state assembly and senate members.

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