Assemblyman Ken Cooley Re-Appointed to the Alfred E. Alquist California Seismic Safety Commission

Rancho Cordova- Assemblyman Ken Cooley was appointed by Speaker John A. Pérez to the California Seismic Commission.   The Speaker is allotted one appointment to the Commission which is composed of 20 commissioners.  The body investigates earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanoes; researches earthquake-related issues and reports; and recommends to the Governor and Legislature policies and programs needed to reduce earthquake risk.  Mr. Cooley was previously appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger in April of 2007 to represent California’s Cities on the Commission.

Assemblyman Ken Cooley Sworn into Office & Introduces First Bill Increasing Accountability of the Regulatory Impact of Governmental Agencies

Continued economic recovery for state, district is top priority

Sacramento- Ken Cooley was sworn in today as the California State Assemblymember for the new 8th Assembly District which includes the communities of Arden-Arcade, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Rancho Cordova, Rancho Murieta, Rosemont, Wilton, and other portions of unincorporated Sacramento County.

As a longtime community leader in Rancho Cordova and a founding member of the City, Mr. Cooley will hit the ground running as an experienced leader. "As an Assemblymember, I will continue my work representing the people of the 8th District. My door is open, and I look forward to partnering actively with the community and representing them in both my capitol and district offices," said Ken Cooley.

Ken Cooley Sworn in, Introduces First Bill

The former Rancho Cordova City Council Member won a seat in the California Assembly in November.

Published by Cody Kitaura, Citrus Heights Patch.

Carmichael, Rosemont, Citrus Heights and other areas have new representation at the State Capitol as of Monday: newly elected Assembly Member Ken Cooley was sworn in as the state's 8th District representative.

California Legislature welcomes largest freshman class since 1966

Published by Jim Sanders, The Sacramento Bee

Democrat Jim Frazier's swearing-in as an assemblyman today will climax a 12-year journey in politics that began with the death of his 20-year-old daughter in a head-on traffic accident.

"It's been a long road to get this opportunity to serve the people of my district," said Frazier, a former Oakley councilman. "I just can't wait to start."