Thank you for your support! I truly enjoy representing Linda & Edgewater, and working to improve our community.

I would be honored to receive your vote again in the upcoming election.

- Andy Vasquez
Your Yuba County District 1 Supervisor


 

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Recent Accomplishments

  • Business clean-up on Lindhurst Avenue & No. Beale Rd
  • Storefronts were cleaned and 5 new businesses moved in along Lindhurst Ave. and No. Beale Rd. along the Hwy. 70 on-ramp  
  • Linda Neighborhood clean-up - over 300 tons removed!
  • Publication of the Linda Business Directory, showcasing our local businesses to the entire county
  • Skate Park opened early summer 2010 on Alicia Avenue  in West Linda
  • Winter Wonderland
  • 1st Yuba Sutter Talent Contest with a $1000 first prize
  • Assisted in having Linda Water involved with the incoming Glove Factory, bringing 400+ potential jobs
  • Conducted a District 1 survey to get feedback and suggestions on handling our top issues


Click here to download the latest Linda Business Directory


 

Upcoming Projects

  • No. Beale Rd. Corridor improvement (Phase 2).....Curbs Gutters Sidewalks
  • Planning for a Regional Park in East Linda across the road from Yuba College at the Linda and No. Beale Rd intersection, including a kids spray play area and a dog park!

News

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 6:41 PM

Yuba County Joins State of Jefferson

When business owner
Andy Vasquez was appointed
to serve as a Yuba
County Supervisor he
hoped to bring common
sense to government. The
needed changes seemed
obvious. Cut expenses
and regulations, reward
productive employees
and trim ‘dead wood,’ increase
efficiency, make
the county a winsome
place to do business.
But, it hasn’t been
easy. Yuba, one of the
poorest of the 58 counties,
has suffered more
than most in the current
recession and from
excessive county, state
and federal regulations.
For many residents it is
easier to leave or go on
the dole.
Vasquez found a government
mired in bureaucracy,
unmoving,
going broke and the
state and feds oblivious
to Yuba County. When
Vasquez asked fellow supervisors
to cut their pay
(nearly $80,000 each/
yr. including benefits)
he was mocked and accused
of playing politics
by Supervisors Stocker
and Griego.
However last week, he
may have experienced a
small victory by bringing
to the board a declaration
to join the State of Jefferson
movement. In a 3
to 1 vote, Yuba joins Siskiyou,
Modoc and Glenn
Counties. Tehama County
Supervisors have placed
an advisory measure on
the June ballot to get direction

on Jefferson. Vasquez, Abe and Nicoletti...

See full article in the current edition of the Territorial Dispatch...

http://territorialdispatch.biz/2014/april/April23-2014WEB.pdf

 


Tuesday, January 14, 2014 1:17 PM

Appeal-Democrat Article - Great Things Happening in Linda


Tuesday, January 14, 2014 1:16 PM

Veterans Honored at Hmong New Year Celebration


Tuesday, January 14, 2014 1:14 PM

Linda Elementary School Recognized with County Proclamation

Congratulations to our Linda Elementary School! 

Andy Vasquez, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, presented a Proclamation recognizing our students for the lowest truancy rate in the state of California. 

Only 4.9% at Linda, 18.4% state wide average.


Tuesday, January 14, 2014 1:12 PM

Chairman Vasquez Presents Proclamation to Yuba County's Top Administrator

Yuba County Administrator Robert Bendorf (left) was honored by the Board of Supervisors this morning in a Proclamation that highlighted his 23 years of service here. His service to Yuba County residents began in the Sheriff's Department at the age of 18, and for the past seven-plus years he has worked as the county's top administrator. Congratulations, Robert. 


Andy Vasquez for Supervisor 2014, PO Box 2524, Marysville, CA 95901
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