https://www.youtube.com/embed/iGWGIz0y1x8 The Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety at UC Davis and Centro Binacional para el Desarollo Indigena Oaxaqueno created COVID vaccine information in indigenous languages for residents who do not speak Spanish or English. To see the full…
About 26,800 residents in the San Joaquin Valley rely on domestic wells or very small water systems for drinking water. But these shallow groundwater wells are threatened by overpumping and drought.
State leadership can signal this week that California mobile home park residents should not have to fear living in unsafe conditions, but rather that they have the right to fair housing.
We write as Californians and residents of Oasis Mobile Home Park to ask you to include $30 million in the May Revise and in budget negotiations to resolve a crisis impacting our lives and the lives of our children.
For the Oasis Mobile Home Park in the Eastern Coachella Valley, a direct solution to the problems facing residents rests on a decision at the California capital.
Due to the close proximity of the dairies and pipelines to the communities of Shafter, Buttonwillow, and Rio Bravo Greely, an analysis of impacts of exposure to sensitive receptors must be conducted.
Land identified by the county is next to freight lines and other environmental hazards. Some land is on tiny, irregular parcels, which often are far from utilities and services.
People directly impacted by the housing crisis and a legacy of housing injustice are the experts who can lead us toward a model of housing where everyone has a safe, accessible and permanently affordable place to call home.
Some alarming signs are emerging of the way some counties are failing to help fix the state’s affordable housing crisis.
AB 339 would expand Californians’ ability to participate in public meetings, making the government decision-making process more equitable.