Brian W. Jones blog

Photo Contest Winners Announced by East County Magazine and Assemblyman Brian Jones

August 15, 2013 (San Diego’s East County) -- We received many amazing images from talented photographers across our region for our photography contest jointly sponsored by Assemblyman Brian Jones and... Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: Silver Fire 95 percent contained; Twin Pines evacuation lifted

Another firefighter sustained some injury. Details were not available. Eleven firefighters were hurt to some extent battling this Fire and one civilian. The second evacuation Center — Beaumont High... Continue reading

Bill would reinstate state workers who go AWOL

    Bill would reinstate state workers who go AWOL San Diego Union-Tribune SACRAMENTO — California's public-employee unions have run marketing campaigns in Sacramento focused on the idea that state employees are hard workers who help improve the quality of life in our state.. Continue reading

LEGAL AGREEMENTS: Jones bill on way to Brown's desk

An Inland lawmaker’s bill on its way to the governor’s desk would include trust instruments as an agreement covered under the “parol evidence” rule. Current law already protects deeds, wills and... Continue reading

Council Approves Permit for Riverview Church at Old Lacey J's Site

Riverview Church Pastor Todd Tolson stands in front of a mural at the old Lacey J's building, the new site for their worship services. Riverview Community Church can officially hold service at the old site of Lacey J's Roadhouse Saloon & Grille at the prominent corner of Magnolia Avenue and Mission Gorge Road... Continue reading

Jones: CA Attempt to Ban Lead Ammo Would Effectively Ban Hunting

In his latest “Are You Kidding Me?” video Santee's Assemblyman Brian Jones (R-71) reacts to a bill that would ban lead ammunition, which he says would effectively ban hunting. “So what’s the big deal?... Continue reading

Highway portion to be named after Calexico teacher

CALEXICO — A longtime Calexico teacher who was fatally hit in a traffic accident after helping another on a highway last year is being honored with a piece of Interstate 8 named in honor... Continue reading

HEMET: Toastmasters president is volunteer of the year

Linda Berry, president of Millennium Toastmasters Club 414 holds the trophy she received as the Hemet/San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year. Linda Berry, president of Millennium... Continue reading

Bills Going Out for Controversial Fire Fee

For the second year in a row, California is charging rural homeowners a special fee for fire protection. The bills are coming a bit later than planned, but they are on their way. he fee's critics are... Continue reading

Bulldog LED Lighting is moving operations to Texas

A 19-year-old college student and CEO received a special lesson in business and politics from the California Senate Judiciary Committee last week. Dylan Sievers, is a full-time business student,... Continue reading