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          ASSEMBLY THIRD READING


          ACR  
          53 (Dahle)


          As Introduced  April 6, 2015


          Majority vote


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          |Committee       |Votes |Ayes                   |Noes                |
          |----------------+------+-----------------------+--------------------|
          |Transportation  |15-0  |Frazier, Achadjian,    |                    |
          |                |      |Baker, Bloom, Campos,  |                    |
          |                |      |Chu, Daly, Dodd,       |                    |
          |                |      |Eduardo Garcia, Gomez, |                    |
          |                |      |Kim, Linder, Medina,   |                    |
          |                |      |Melendez, O'Donnell    |                    |
          |                |      |                       |                    |
          |----------------+------+-----------------------+--------------------|
          |Appropriations  |17-0  |Gomez, Bigelow, Bloom, |                    |
          |                |      |Bonta, Calderon,       |                    |
          |                |      |Chang, Daly, Eggman,   |                    |
          |                |      |Gallagher, Eduardo     |                    |
          |                |      |Garcia, Holden, Jones, |                    |
          |                |      |Quirk, Rendon, Wagner, |                    |
          |                |      |Weber, Wood            |                    |
          |                |      |                       |                    |
          |                |      |                       |                    |
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          SUMMARY:  Designates a specific portion of State Route 44 in the  
          City of Redding the "Richard 'Dick' Dickerson Memorial Highway."   
          Specifically, this resolution: 








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          1)Recounts the lifetime accomplishments of Richard "Dick"  
            Dickerson, a 30-year law enforcement officer and a member of the  
            California State Assembly and the Redding City Council.  
          2)Designates a specific portion of State Route 44, between Airport  
            Road and East Street, in the City of Redding as the "Richard  
            'Dick' Dickerson Memorial Highway."  


          3)Requests that the California Department of Transportation  
            (Caltrans) determine the cost of appropriate signs, consistent  
            with the signing requirements for the state highway system,  
            showing the special designation and, upon receiving donations  
            from non-state sources covering that cost, to erect those signs.  
             


          EXISTING LAW:  Assigns Caltrans the responsibility of operating  
          and maintaining state highways.  This includes the installation  
          and maintenance of highway signs.  


          FISCAL EFFECT:  Unknown, but the measure requests that Caltrans  
          only erect the appropriate signage upon receiving donations from  
          non-state sources covering the cost.


          COMMENTS:  Richard "Dick" Dickerson was a 30-year law enforcement  
          officer before serving in the California State Assembly between  
          1998 and 2002, representing the 2nd Assembly District.  While in  
          the Assembly, Mr. Dickerson championed issues in public safety,  
          water, agriculture, and natural resources.  Subsequent to his time  
          in the Assembly, Mr. Dickerson served on the Redding City Council  
          and twice served as mayor of the City of Redding.  Mr. Dickerson  
          passed away in September 2014 and is survived by his wife of 33  
          years and his four children and eight grandchildren.  

          Analysis Prepared by:                     Janet Dawson / TRANS. /  








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