District Newsletter, 2/17/22

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February 17, 2022

Dear District 1,

On February 12, Dublin Police Deputy Aubrey Phillips, a five-year veteran of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, passed away. Our law enforcement officers face incredible danger, and Deputy Phillips’ death reminds us of the sacrifices officers make to keep our communities safe. My heart goes out to Deputy Phillips’ family, and I pray that Deputy Phillips rest in eternal peace. I encourage you to donate to the Alameda County Sheriff's Charitable Foundation to assist Deputy Phillips’ family. To learn more about how you can donate, please click here.

If there is anything that my office can do to assist you regarding County-specific matters, please feel free to reach out at bosdist1@acgov.org


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David Haubert 
Alameda County Supervisor
District 1

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Downtown Sunol Beautification 

Staff from the Economic & Civic Development Department (ECD) joined me on a tour of downtown Sunol to listen to the needs of business owners and community leaders. We heard great ideas to beautify the area, to improve pedestrian safety, and to create a more business-friendly permitting process.  ECD staff offered to assist the community to plan for and implement these exciting ideas.

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As a former member and president of the Dublin Unified School District Board of Trustees, I was proud to donate $1,000 to Sunol Glen Elementary to send students to science camp.

Does your student have an interest in science? Tweet me to share some of your students’ projects and passions in the world of science!

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County Commission Vacancy

The Alameda County Human Relations Commission District 1 position is now vacant. The Commission aims to create an environment in which each person may realize their potential, unhampered by discrimination based on race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, immigrant status, gender, age, actual or perceived sexual orientation, and mental or physical feasibilities protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Please click here for more information on the Commission and click here if you wish to apply!

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Feb. 21: County Offices Closed

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Rural Roads Meeting

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Please join us at our Rural Roads Meeting on February 23, from 6:00PM-7:30PM.  The Rural Roads Group develops and implements strategies to address traffic impacts to Unincorporated Eastern Alameda County Rural Roads as a result of chronic congestion on I-580. Attending the meetings are representatives from Public Works, the Planning Department, the Sheriff’s department, the Dublin office of the California Highway Patrol, and Code Enforcement.

Inquiries or reports about traffic on your road can be directed to Shawn Wilson, Chief of Staff, at shawn.wilson@acgov.org or call 925-551-6912.   

Zoom Info

Please click the link below to join the webinar:


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5 Pillars Afghan Refugee Assistance

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A new laptop for Afghan refugee families is key to independence and success. That is why 5ive Pillars, an Afghan-American led organization that spurred into action during the Afghan refugee crisis in August 2021, is asking you to please donate. The organization has created an Amazon List for ease in purchasing a laptop. 

Please share this link widely! 

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Masking Update 


As of February 16, the Alameda County Public Health Officer rescinded Public Health Order 21-06 which mandated masking for all individuals in the County of Alameda in indoor public spaces, regardless of vaccination status. By rescinding Order 21-06, the County aligns itself with State, following California Department of Public Health (CDPH) guidance on face coverings.  Under the CDPH’s guidance, only unvaccinated individuals over the age of 2 years will need to continue to use face coverings in most indoor settings. Click here for more information. 

Click on the graph below for COVID-19 data.


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Public Member Applications

The Alameda Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) is accepting applications for the
public member seat. The deadline for filing an application is Friday, March 4, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.

LAFCO is responsible for coordinating logical and timely changes in local governmental
boundaries, conducting special studies that review ways to reorganize, simplify, and streamline
governmental structure, and establishing planning spheres of influence for each city and special
district within the County.

If you have questions or would like a copy of the application mailed to you, please contact LAFCO
at 510.670.6265 or april.raffel@acgov.org. For more information about Alameda LAFCO or to
download the application, please click here visit LAFCO's website.

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Sunol Beautification

David Delivers

Human Relations Commission Vacancy

Rural Roads Meeting

Afghan Refugee Assistance

COVID Masking Update

COVID Vaccination Clinic

LAFCO Public Member Applications


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1221 Oak Street, Suite 536

Oakland, CA 94612

(510) 272-6691

District Office:

4501 Pleasanton Avenue

Pleasanton, CA 94566

(925) 551-6995


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Housing Information and Critical Health & Human Services

Shawn Wilson 

Chief of Staff 

Melissa Hernandez 

Health and Social Services 

Kathy Kimberlin 

Field Director 

Lawson Bell

Supervisor's Assistant, Policy Aide