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Fran Pavley

    $7.5 Billion Water Bond For California Approved By State Senate

    A $7.5 billion water bond for California was approved unanimously Wednesday by the state Senate.


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    2014 Legislative Update For Santa Clarita Valley Lawmakers

    Political representatives of the Santa Clarita Valley have been busy in 2014, authoring bills ranging from the prevention of school bullying to protecting veterans and the disabled.

    California Drought: County, State Officials Encourage Conservation

    County and state officials are urging residents across the state to conserve water. State Senator Fran Pavley expressed the need for legislation that would create a more coordinated response to drought.

    Santa Clarita Representative Fran Pavley Talks About Hydraulic Fracturing

    Agoura Hills State Senator, Fran Pavley issued a statement on Friday about the Department of Conservation’s release of possible regulations to be implemented in Senate Bill 4.

    Activist Protest Fracking Bill Outside Pavley's Office

    More than 50 protesters demonstrated outside state Sen. Fran Pavley's Calabasas office Monday regarding Senate Bill 4 and its regulation of fracking

    Pavley Conducts Hearing On 2014 Water Bond Measure

    Press Release | SCVNews.com

    State Sen. Fran Pavley, D-Agoura Hills, co-chaired a joint hearing Tuesday on the water bond proposal set to go before voters next year. “Overview of California’s Debt Condition: Priming the Pump for a Water Bond” was a joint hearing between the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee, chaired by Pavley, and the Senate Governance and Finance Committee, chaired by Senator Lois Wolk (D-Davis).