Anderson Updates Consituents in Progess on Several Fronts

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Excerpt from Mission Times Courier

Anderson spoke for nearly 40 minutes which included questions and answers from the audience.  

Below are some of the projects he has worked on:

Bringing more mental health and human services resources to help get mentally ill and homeless individuals the care they need to get off the streets. Anderson believes that it is not fair to those who are suffering on the streets, law enforcement, or the communities where they reside, to continue to ignore the physically and mentally ill people who need shelter and treatment. Anderson’s priority is to work towards a more aggressive change in strategies that is compassionate without enabling unacceptable behavior on our public right of ways.

Anderson believes that keeping the public safe is the government’s first job. No other public services matter if County residents are not safe. This includes being safe from crime and safe from fire. 

As a long-time resident of the backcountry and having witnessed first-hand the devastation in his own community caused by the 2003 Cedar Fire, Anderson is painfully aware of the need for major investments in fire prevention and suppression. 

Anderson supports policies that promote local career opportunities and support local businesses. 


To keep up to date, you can call the Supervisor’s office at (619) 531-5522 or go to his email “”.

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