State Budget Funding for the Inland Empire Secured by Majority Leader Emeritus Reyes

(SACRAMENTO) —  Today Governor Gavin Newsom Signed AB 102, a bill that enacts a portion of the 2023-24 state budget. This legislation included over $10 million in local funding secured by Assembly Majority Leader Emeritus Eloise Gómez Reyes.

This funding included:

·         $3.2 million towards constructing the City of Rancho Cucamonga’s 9/11 Memorial Park,

·         $2 million to complete the construction of the Museum of Redlands,

·         $3 million for the City of Fontana’s downtown plan for cultural and commercial development, and

·         $2 million to refurbish San Bernardino County’s Crisis Residential Treatment Facility in Fontana, allowing the County to continue providing high-quality mental health services.

“I am glad that, even during one of California’s most challenging budgets of the last decade, we were able to bring back key funding for communities in the 50th Assembly District,” said Reyes. “I am proud that we are continuing our legacy of ensuring that the Inland Empire receives its fair share of state resources, and I want to thank Governor Newsom and my legislative colleagues for helping to make this possible.”

Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes, the Majority Leader Emeritus of the California State Assembly, is available for interviews in Spanish and English. She represents Assembly District 50, which includes all or parts of the cities of Colton, Fontana, Loma Linda, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, Rialto and San Bernardino, as well as unincorporated Bloomington. 

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