Santa Maria Airport. To expand or stay the same?

 

SANTA MARIA AIRPORT:

What will be the future for the Santa Maria airport for the next 20 years?

Question:  Will our airport be critical to attracting businesses, and jobs, to our area?

The Santa Maria Airport District Board of Directors, composed of 5 elected officials, will hold a public

workshop, the fifth out of five chapters, in June to discuss changes in the airport.  

Written comments to the Board may be addressed to:

SANTA MARIA AIRPORT DISTRICT OFFICE, 3217 TERMINAL DRIVE, SANTA MARIA, CA 93455. 

or email: jmharris@coffmanassociates.com., who are assisting with the district’s plan.

https://santamaria.airportstudy.com

https://santamariaairport.com/board-of-directors.php

 

The Democratic Party wants YOU to run for political office.

WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER! LEAVE YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION ON OUR POST OR A PHONE MESSAGE AT (805) 349-2708, or email at dcsmv@dcsmv.net, attention Connie Ford.  If you think the country is headed in the wrong direction, and you are willing to get involved as a game changer, then now is the time to come forward and begin the process.  We would like to hear from you.Are you interested in shaping the future of the organized Democratic Club?
Would you like to help make North Santa Barbara County as blue as South Santa Barbara County? Are you able to give your time to make a true differenceIf you answered yes to ANY of these questions, we need you!! To sign up/volunteer: 805-349-2708 or email dcsmv@dcsmv.net.

Santa Barbara County law enforcement officials do not plan on cooperating with I.C.E.

Article on March 7, 2017:

Santa Maria Times – Santa Barbara County law enforcement officials do not plan on cooperating with I.C.E.

https://santamariatimes.com/news/local/county-law-enforcement-won-t-assist-immigration-enforcement-efforts/article_186a6248-2eaf-5b26-a73f-9ca1a43773ee.html#utm_source=santamariatimes.com&utm_campaign=%2Femail-updates%2Fdaily-headlines%2F&utm_medium=email&utm_content=3AA521AECEF80FD328ECA9DEE002AC7E56BDFF45

ELECTIONS WEBSITES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Where and How to Register to Vote

 

DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF SANTA MARIA VALLEY:

Website: santamariademocrats.info

Democratic Headquarters,327 East Plaza Drive, Suite 2, Santa Maria, CA 93454

Phone: 805-349-2708; (Call for office hours) Leave phone messages.

Facebook: Democratic Club of Santa Maria Valley


NOTICE:  THE SANTA MARIA ELECTIONS OFFICE #134 WILL BE CLOSED IN 2017.

Voter registration forms may be found at:

SANTA MARIA PUBLIC LIBRARY, 421 S. McClelland St 

U.S. POST OFFICE,  201 E. Battles Rd 

SANTA MARIA CITY HALL,  110 E. Cook St 

DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF SANTA MARIA VALLEY

 327 E. Plaza Dr, #2  (Call for hours 805-349-2708)

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY RECORDS OFFICE,  511 E. Lakeside Parkway

Online voter registration website: www.sbcvote.com/elections

Phone: 1-800722-8683, ext. 0 for customer service

Phone: 805-346-8374


SECRETARY OF STATE: ALEX PADILLA

Website: www.sos.ca.gov/elections

Phone: 1-800-345-8683, Voter Hotline

 

 

 

Welcome Volunteers! We need you! Every vote counts!

If you would like to participate in the election process, we welcome campaign volunteers to register voters, telephone, and walk neighborhoods. Every vote counts!

Give us a call at 805-349-2708:  leave a message, and you’ll get a return call. Please give your name and phone number.


Take Note:
The Democratic Club of Santa Maria Valley is only as effective as our members enable us to be!
Although money is important, the volunteer work of our members is what REALLY makes us powerful!
AND WE NEED MORE MEMBERS to step up and help out, especially during important election years!!!
 Here are a few ways you can make DCSMV stronger, and thereby enable us to get more Democrats elected:
      Take your turn volunteering in our office OR AT EVENTS!
      Be a monthly caller or do phone-banking!
      Fill an empty Committee position! (Labor Liaison, Tabling, Precinct Organization, etc.)
      Help with fund raising on the Ways & Means Committee!
                        Call 805-349-2708 or email us at dcsmv@dcsmv.net

Automatic Voter Registration

CheckAUTOMATIC VOTER REGISTRATION FOR ALL CALIFORNIA CITIZENS WHO GET OR RENEW A CALIFORNIA DRIVERS LICENSE.  On Saturday, October 10, 2015 Governor Jerry Brown signed into law measures which will eventually make voter registration automatic for ALL California citizens who get or renew a California drivers license.

The bill was a priority of newly elected Secretary of State Alex Padilla, who championed its provisions during his election bid.

This makes California the second state to enact such measures much to the chagrin of republican and right wing conservative political punsters who want to restrict voter registration as much as possible. Republicans see widespread voter participation as a challenge to their desire to limit voting to white, property owning males.