We are so excited to have as our luncheon speaker, First District Assemblyman Brian Dahle. He is a third-generation farmer, business owner, and four term Lassen County Supervisor. He has represented California’s First Assembly District since 2012. The First District encompasses the Shasta Cascade region and the Northern Sierra Nevada. In 2012, he won the state election by 70.2% and in 2016, he was elected by 73.8% of the voters. He is very popular and does a great job.
Brian is very concerned about jobs and economic development in the rural North State and throughout California. He is very involved with policies that keep families on their farms, protect water rights and supports the business community. In addition to his service in elected office, Brian is a farmer and small business owner along with his wife. He lives in Bieber with Megan and their three children.
Before joining the Assembly, Brian served on the Lassen County Board of Supervisors for 16 years. He helped ensure that the budget was balanced and that the County was completely debt free. Lassen is now one of the few counties without any debt.
He has been on many committees as Chair and as a member. He now sits on the Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials Board as Vice Chair and is a member of the Utilities and Commerce Board. He has received numerous awards for his public service.
His Caucus memberships include Assembly Republican Caucus, Legislative Outdoor Sporting Caucus and the Legislative Rural Caucus.
Brian voted no on AB398 – Extending Cap and Trade. He voted no on AB 617 – Establishing more Air Quality Regulations. He voted no on SB1 – Increase of Gas and Vehicle Taxes. He is a fiscal conservative who is concerned about our financial stability as well as our property and water rights.
This will prove to be an interesting and eye opening event. He will shed some light on what is going on in Sacramento as well as what he is doing to make a positive change. Don’t miss this opportunity to have your questions answered. See you there.
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