MERCED -- Recalling the days he spent playing football on the banks of Bear Creek, Assemblymember Adam Gray joined Merced city and county officials in announcing a $6 million restoration project on six miles of the waterway that flows through the city of Merced.
GRAYSON – At a gathering on the banks of the Tuolumne River in what is projected to become California’s newest state park, Assemblymember Adam Gray was honored by the organization that made the park’s creation possible.
(Grayson) – Assemblymember Adam Gray got a close look at what could be the prototype for new state parks up and down the San Joaquin Valley.
(Sacramento) – Merced College celebrated its new Raj Kahlon Agriculture and Industrial Technology Complex with a ribbon-cutting on Sept. 15.
DELHI – Frank Machado knows what it takes to run a good restaurant. Start with quality that can be tasted in every dish then make every patron feel welcome the moment they walk through the door.
But a great restaurant, has something extra.
(Sacramento) – Recognizing the need to both drive and support river restoration projects throughout his Assembly District and the state of California, Assemblymember Adam Gray was able to secure $40 million to further the efforts of River Partners – the conservation group that was instrumental in creating the first state park to be located within Stan
(Sacramento) – Assemblymember Adam C.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Adam Gray (D-Merced) announced the Joint Legislative Audit Committee has approved his request to audit California’s water operations.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Adam Gray (D-Merced) announced today that his bill to strengthen penalties for water theft has been signed into law by Governor Newsom.
(Sacramento) – Assemblyman Adam C. Gray (D-Merced) announced today that 43 other lawmakers joined him to defeat AB 2639, a bill that would have accelerated the adoption of the State Water Grab, officially known as the update to the Bay-Delta Plan.