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California Senator Mike Morrell’s Staff to Hold Mobile Office Hours in Yucaipa
Yucaipa residents and business owners looking to discuss statewide or community issues with their State Senator Mike Morrell (R-23rd District-Rancho Cucamonga) are encouraged to attend the upcoming mobile office hours with Sen. Morrell’s district staff on Tuesday, Aug. 21 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Constituents experiencing problems with state agencies are also encouraged to attend this event so Sen. Morrell’s staff can attempt to resolve these issues and/or direct constituents to other governmental resources as appropriate.
Sen. Morrell’s mobile office hours in Yucaipa are held on the third Tuesday of every month at the Yucaipa Chamber of Commerce at 35139 Yucaipa Blvd in Yucaipa. A full district-wide schedule can be found online at www.senate.ca.gov/Morrell.
Appointments to meet with Sen. Morrell’s staff are encouraged and can be made by contacting the district office at (909) 919-7731. Walk-ins are also welcome but scheduled appointments have priority.
Sen Morrell was elected to the California State Assembly in 2010, and won a special election to the State Senate in March 2014. Prior to serving in the state legislature, he was a real estate broker. In the State Assembly, Mike served as a member of five standing committees: Labor and Employment (Vice Chair); Budget; Banking and Finance; Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials; and Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy. In the Senate, Mike currently serves on three standing committees: Public Employment and Retirement (Vice Chair); Energy, Utilities, and Communications (Vice Chair); and Banking and Financial Institutions.
Prior to his time in public office, Senator Morrell was an active member of the California Republican Assembly. He served on the Business Advisory Boards of former State Senator Bill Leonard and former Assemblyman Fred Aguiar as well as the Small Business Council of former Assemblyman Bill Emmerson.