Every year, California faces unpredictable and devastating wildfires. As a retired Fire Battalion Chief and firefighter serving in the State of California for 35 years, I have experienced firsthand the dangerous and life-altering effects a fire can have on families and businesses in our communities. Approximately 95% of wildfires in California are caused by human activity. But there are precautions we can take to prevent fires before they start. In order to keep us all Read More...
Today we commemorate the founding of our great nation. It’s a day of history and hope, remembrance, and independence.   We honor all of our brave service members and veterans for continuing to defend our freedoms.   We come together as a community, as Americans, to celebrate the spirit of the U.S.A. and enjoy fun, food, family, and fireworks.   May you and your family have a safe and festive holiday.
Before the celebration at the park Zimmerman and the other council members, along with Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto, retiring Police Chief Pat Walsh and local community groups, proudly rode in the parade watching and waving to the cheering spectators lining La Piedra Road.
“Sending our kids the message that ‘Hey, we’re going to help you manage your drug addiction’ is not the answer,” said GOP Assemblyman Kelly Seyarto. The California Assembly on Thursday approved a controversial bill allowing Los Angeles, Oakland and San Francisco to set up places where opioid users could legally inject drugs in supervised settings.
Late last night, the Legislature approved a massive $300 billion budget, which includes $234.4 billion in general fund spending. This budget was the result of a deal struck between Governor Newsom and Democratic leadership. My colleagues and I in the minority party were not included in the discussions and the public was given less than 24 hours to review it. This budget includes a $9.5 billion inflation package that economists warn could increase the prices of everyday Read More...
Seyarto argued that requiring police officers to add additional frequency just for sharing information could create a barrier for their safety if they have to switch frequency while under duress. "For me, paramount in all of this is the safety of the police officers," Seyarto said.
Today marks 100 DAYS since the supermajority in Sacramento promised they would take action to relieve Californians from extreme and ever-increasing gas prices.  With prices at the pump breaking records daily and inflation at a 40 year high, California’s families are stretched to the breaking point and facing extreme economic hardships. The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in California is now $6.43, and $6.33 in Riverside County. Yet today, we mark 100 Read More...
Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto, R-Murrieta, announced he has selected MilVet as the 2022 California Nonprofit of the Year for the 67th Assembly District. Each year, in honor of California Nonprofits Day, legislators from across the state highlight a nonprofit from their district that has provided exemplary service to their community.
Menifee officials joined with representatives from Sen. Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh and Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto and the greater Menifee community Tuesday, May 31, to celebrate the ribbon cutting of the Lazy Creek Recreation Center. The grand opening ceremony coincided with the Tiny Tots and Little Learners Graduation, two of the many youth programs currently hosted at the newly remodeled facility.
Congratulations Graduates!   Through a pandemic and unprecedented times, these students have persevered and shown that they can withstand even the toughest circumstances.   Whether they are headed off to college, trade school, starting to work, or taking time off to see what the world has to offer, they have made our community proud and we wish them the best.   Please join me in congratulating this year’s graduating class as our 67th District salutes all of our future Read More...