Today, I will be testifying in front of the Joint Legislative Audit Committee in support of Assemblyman Roger Dickinson’s request for an audit to determine the overall costs of repairing the problem-plagued Board of Equalization headquarters building versus relocating to a new facility.
The state is currently wasting millions of taxpayer dollars on repairs, while ignoring the obvious need for a new cost-effective headquarters location. I’m confident a state audit will provide the evidence we need to move forward.
My district includes the Sacramento area, home to the BOE headquarters building and many of the employees who work there.
Dickinson’s request will be considered when JLAC meets at 2 PM in State Capitol Room 126.