(SAN RAFAEL, CA) – Assemblymember Marc Levine (D – Marin County) will kick off a series of telephone townhalls to discuss issues impacting North Bay families by the COVID-19 pandemic. The first tele-townhall will focus on mental health during the current shelter in place order and feature Dr. Jei Africa, Director of Marin County’s Behavioral Health & Recovery Services who will be available to answer mental health questions from the community.
(SAN RAFAEL, CA) – Following questions from North Bay constituents concerned about the upcoming April 10 deadline for property tax payments, Assemblymember Marc Levine (D- Marin County) has sent letters to the administrators of Sonoma County and Marin County providing them with legal options available to each county to defer payment or waive penalties for taxpayers unable to make their property tax payment on time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
(SAN RAFAEL, CA) – Less than a week after Assemblymember Marc Levine (D- Marin County) joined a bipartisan coalition making emergency funding available to address the COVID-19 pandemic in California, the first grants to local governments have been made to assist people experiencing homelessness.
(SAN RAFAEL, CA) – Following Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)’s plea agreement today, where the company will plead guilty to felony manslaughter of 84 people resulting from the 2018 Camp Fire, Assemblymember Marc Levine (D – Marin County) demanded additional steps be taken to upgrade PG&E’s deadly infrastructure and prevent further attempts to place shareholder profit over the public’s safety.
(Sacramento, CA) – Assemblymember Marc Levine (D – Marin County) joined a bipartisan agreement today to make over a billion dollars in emergency funding available to the State of California to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are all concerned with the reports of the spread of COVID-19, also commonly referred to as coronavirus. I have been working with my colleagues and Governor Newsom to ensure appropriate and safe preparations to keep Californians safe.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Encouraging communities to take proactive steps to reduce wildfire risk, Assemblymember Marc Levine (D-Marin County) has introduced AB 3258, which would require property insurance providers to take into consideration local government investments in wildfire prevention when determining insurance rates.