SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Dawn Addis (D-Morro Bay) today announced that she has secured nearly $5 million in the 2023-2024 State Budget for projects and programs throughout Assembly District 30, which includes portions of the counties of San Luis Obispo, Monterey and Santa Cruz.
"I'm thrilled that our state budget is prioritizing these resources for the Central Coast," Addis said. "These investments will improve the health, safety and well-being of people across the Central Coast by enhancing coastal flood and sea level rise resilience and providing needed health care services and important infrastructure in our communities."
A total of $4.75 million dollars in the 2023-2024 State Budget will be allocated to the following Central Coast projects or programs:
- $1.5 million to the County of Monterey Health Department for the County of Monterey Clinic at Marina.
- $1 million to the City of Capitola, for its Community Center renovation.
- $1.24 million for the County of San Luis Obispo for the Arroyo Grande Creek Levee.
- $1 million to the Transportation Agency for Monterey County for Elkhorn Sea Level Rise Resiliency.
The Budget Act of 2023, which includes these investments, was approved by the Governor on Tuesday June, 27.
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