The Commission held its first meeting of 2019 in Sacramento. This year, for the first time in its 80-year history, the California State Lands Commission is represented by all women.
The Commission held its December public meeting in San Diego. Chairwoman Erica Pinto of the Jamul Indian Village of California welcomed the Commission and gave a brief history of her tribal history.
The Commission held its October public meeting in Sacramento, where California’s beautiful and historic State Capitol is located.
The Commission held its August public meeting at the Port of Long Beach, one of the largest Ports in the nation, located within one of the largest cities in California.
The Commission held its June public meeting at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park.
The Commission held its April public meeting in the Southern California desert.
The Commission held its first meeting of the year in Oakland with a satellite location in the city of Rancho Palos Verdes.
The Commission convened its last meeting of 2017 in Fresno, where the San Joaquin River, one of over 100 state-owned sovereign waterways, is located.
The October Commission meeting began with an update about SB 50 (Allen) and SB 44 (Jackson).
This past Commission meeting was noteworthy.