June 2019 Newsletter

Saturday, June 1, 2019

In honor of National Safety Month, I invite you to:

  • help me understand your public safety concerns by taking this survey;
  • join me at an upcoming event to receive tips on public safety and a legislative update on how I’m fighting to keep California safe;
  • support my bills to combat human trafficking, cybercrimes, and our homelessness crisis.

Please do not hesitate to contact my office if we can be of assistance. My office is here to serve the residents of the 29th Senate District.

Sincerely,

Ling Ling Chang
29th Senate District

Upcoming Events

Coffee

Community Coffee with Senator Chang
Saturday, June 22
10AM - 11:30AM
Diamond Bar Financial Center
20657 Golden Springs Drive #209, Diamond Bar, CA

Safety First

Safety First Resource Fair
Thursday, June 27
5PM - 7PM
Heritage Hall at Ehlers Event Center
8150 Knott Ave., Buena Park, CA

As the summer season approaches, it is important to choose safety first. I invite you to learn how to keep summer activities safe and fun. Whether it's pool safety, emergency preparedness or cybersecurity, our resource fair has information for you and your entire family. The City of Buena Park and community organizations will provide safety demonstrations, prevention tips, free giveaways, and fun for the whole family. Click here to RSVP.

Coffee

Community Coffee with Senator Chang & Supervisor Hagman 
Saturday, June 29
9AM - 10:30AM
Chino Hills Community Center
14250 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, CA

Protecting People & Public Safety

Combating Human Trafficking (SB 35) Creates a uniform system for governments and organizations to work together and includes a comprehensive study on trafficking on California. 

Warning Label for DNA Kits (SB 180) Prevents safety misfires in the citizen-scientist and biohacker movement to sell and use DNA editing kits outside the lab. 

Fighting Cybercriminals (SB 239) Makes it easier to prosecute serious cybercriminals and computer hackers.

Funding the Homeless Emergency Aid Program (SB 573) Continues funding the HEAP grant program, directly assisting cities and counties through services such as street outreach, criminal justice diversion programs, and rapid re-housing programs.

Preventing Drone Hit & Run (SB 648) Promotes user responsibility and public safety by applying the same principles underpinning vehicle hit and run laws to drones.

Missed My Coyote Awareness Event?

Coyote Safety Tips From O.C. Animal Care

  • DO NOT FEED Coyotes. Ever.
  • Do not leave any food out; no cat food, no bird feeders, etc.
  • Do not allow coyotes to create a habitat on your property; keep all brush cleared
  • Lock up your trash
  • Coyotes are attracted to the smells of pet/animal waste; keep your yard clear of animal urine and feces when possible
  • Coyotes can hunt any time during the day or night, so always be alert
  • Many coyotes are sensitive to noise, so the use of a small personal air horn is advisable when encountering a coyote
  • If you spot an aggressive coyote, or to report an animal bite call OC Animal Care: (AM) 714-934-6848 or (PM) 714-259-1122
  • If a coyote is attacking or attempting to attack a loved one and it is an emergency, always call 911 first! Report the incident to OC Animal Care after everyone is safe