Tuesday‚ November 8th‚ is the General Election. Click here to find your polling place or utilize the information below to find your County Clerk’s office.
155 Nelson Ave.
Oroville‚ CA 95965
950 Maidu Ave.
Nevada City‚ CA 95959
1643 Market Street
Redding‚ CA 96001
220 S Lassen St #5th
Susanville‚ CA 96130
2954 Richardson Dr.
Auburn‚ CA 95603
100 Courthouse Sq.‚ Room 11
Downieville‚ CA 95936
108 E Modoc St.
Alturas‚ CA 96101
520 Main St. #102
Quincy‚ CA 95971
311 Fourth St.‚ Room 201
Yreka‚ CA 96097
Don’t forget to vote on November 8th!
Assemblywoman Megan Dahle
|Daylight Savings – What You Need to Know|
On Sunday‚ Nov. 6th we will once again have to set our clocks to “fall back.”
In November 2018‚ California voters passed Proposition 7 by 60% to set the state on Daylight Saving Time (DST) year-round. Prop 7 was actually an authorization by the voters permitting the State Legislature to introduce a bill changing the times and dates of DST. During this past session‚ AB 2868 was introduced to authorize permanent year round DST. It needed a two-thirds majority to pass in both houses and it failed to pass out of the Assembly.
This issue may be reintroduced again, but even if it passes‚ there will be one more hurdle. It will need federal approval. Federal law allows states to adopt year-round standard time (as in Arizona)‚ but it does not permit year-round DST yet.
This year‚ the U.S. Senate unanimously approved a bill called the Sunshine Protection Act (S.623). The bill makes daylight saving time the new‚ permanent standard time‚ effective November 5‚ 2023. But the measure has not yet been passed by the U.S. House of Representatives‚ nor has it been signed into law by President Joe Biden.
So‚ until these changes happen‚ we are all stuck changing our clocks twice a year.
|Domestic Violence Awareness Month|
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and October 20th‚ was #PurpleThursday. On Purple Thursday‚ participants wear purple to show solidarity with survivors of domestic violence. Violence is not acceptable and we can all act by raising awareness about domestic violence‚ supporting survivors‚ and building healthy relationships.
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence‚ the DV hotline can help: 1.800.799.SAFE (7233).
|New 365-Day Sport Fishing Licenses: Same Easy Auto Renewal|
Beginning November 15‚ 2022‚ California anglers will be able to purchase a 365-day sport fishing license and validations that will take effect on January 1‚ 2023 and last the entire year. Licenses and validations purchased on or after January 1‚ 2023‚ will be effective from the date of purchase for a continuous 365 days.
Auto-renewal will continue to be available for 365-day sport fishing licenses‚ and you can expect your sport fishing license (and validations and report cards if applicable) to be automatically renewed on November 15‚ 2022. Prior to the automatic renewal‚ you will receive two separate email notifications reminding you that the auto-renewal of your sport fishing license (and validations and report cards if applicable) will occur as scheduled and that you will be issued a 365-day sport fishing license that will be valid January 1 through December 31‚ 2023.
If you would prefer to purchase a 365-day sport fishing license sometime later in 2023 to take advantage of the new continuous 365-day validity period‚ you will need to log in to the Online License Sales and Services web page and select disable auto-renewal on your customer record before November 15‚ 2022.
For more information about 365-day sport fishing licenses and how sport fishing validations and reports cards will be affected‚ visit the 365-Day Sport Fishing License Frequently Asked Questions web page. You can also read the news release announcing the implementation of 365-day sport fishing licenses.
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Assemblywoman Dahle is Honored to Serve
Butte County‚ Lassen County‚ Modoc County‚ Nevada County‚ Placer County‚ Plumas County‚ Shasta County‚ Sierra County‚ & Siskiyou County.