SAN BERNARDINO, CA- On Tuesday, December 5, Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes will host the State of the 47th event to commemorate her first year as the Assemblymember of the 47th Assembly District. The event will give constituents a glance at the policies and community initiatives Team Reyes has implemented in the 47th District.
“2017 has been a productive year, but there is so much more work to do! We have accomplished many things, such as, securing funding for a new fire engine for the Colton Fire Department, the Mt. Vernon Viaduct and a Rosa Parks Statue (which will be unveiled next year in Downtown San Bernardino),” said Reyes.
“I am also especially proud of our community outreach. By December 31st my Team will have hosted an average of an event a week in the District. These events include our 30 under 30 Awards, Citizenship Workshops, Grant Workshops and the Youth Empowerment event – to name a few.”
In her first term, Assemblymember Reyes sought to focus her work in the State Capitol on improving the communities of the 47th Assembly District. Of the 19 bills she introduced, 8 bills were signed by Governor Brown. Reyes has emphasized the need to bring resources and opportunity to the 47th District and has worked on building relationships with decision-makers and stakeholders.
The event will be held at San Bernardino Valley College from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The college is located at 701 S. Mt Vernon Avenue in San Bernardino. For more information or to RSVP, please contact District Representative Darrell Frye at Darrell.Frye@asm.ca.gov