Measures are priorities when session resumes Monday

April 3, 2015

SACRAMENTO – When the 2015 session resumes Monday, the nearly 1 million residents of the San Fernando Valley represented by Sen. Bob Hertzberg will find him pushing laws to reform state taxes, turn around abysmal voter turnout, improve protections of water systems from earthquakes and help the poor receive free legal help.

March 25, 2015

At the start of a fourth-straight year of drought, California state Sen. Bob Hertzberg has introduced a bill requiring regional water-management officials to report the vulnerability of their water systems to an earthquake.

Sen. Bob Hertzberg is author of SB 664, Water Seismic Safety

March 25, 2015

By Sharon McNary

Sen. Bob Hertzberg proposed a Water Seismic Safety (SB664) bill on Tuesday requiring local water agencies to evaluate their earthquake risks and suggest ways to keep the water flowing in the event of a disaster. 

March 24, 2015

SB 664 by Sen. Bob Hertzberg would help prevent water shortages

March 24, 2015

SACRAMENTO – With a fourth-straight year of drought driving home the precarious nature of California’s water supplies, Sen. Bob Hertzberg today announced a bill requiring regional water-management officials to report the vulnerability of their water systems to an earthquake.

March 23, 2015

Watch, listen to Sen. Bob Hertzberg, D-Van Nuys, talk about how an estimated 100,000 people eschewed their cars and took to bicycles of all styles, skateboards of all colors and shoes of all sizes to participate in CicLAvia's first-ever event in the San Fernando Valley by clicking HERE:

EDUCATION: Proposed bill would help pay loans of public service lawyers

March 23, 2015

By Joel Russell 

State Sen. Bob Hertzberg, the Valley’s newest representative in Sacramento, has a plan to solve dual problems in the legal profession.

On the one hand, legal aid organizations find it difficult to find staff attorneys. On the other, the average debt of a 2012 law school graduate was about $85,000 from a public school and $122,000 from a private school, according to the American Bar Association.

Sen. Bob Hertzberg joins the ride.

March 23, 2015

Under a cloudy March sky, thousands of bicyclists rolled down Lankershim Boulevard early Sunday in the first CicLAvia car-free event to be held in the San Fernando Valley.

The increasingly popular open-street festival got started about 9 a.m. at the Metro Red Line North Hollywood station, with riders streaming down the 5.5-mile route along Lankershim and Ventura boulevards in Studio City. The event runs until 4 p.m.

By Brenda Gazzar

March 23, 2015

Julie Grisham was thrilled to see the throngs of cyclists, pedestrians, scooters and skateboarders sailing down Lankershim and Ventura boulevards in trendy North Hollywood and Studio City for the first CicLAvia-The Valley on Sunday.

As the Studio City resident leisurely rode her bicycle down Lankershim Boulevard during the popular open-streets event, she marveled at the many attractions she had managed to miss while driving in her car.

March 20, 2015

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