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ACR-184 State buildings: Department of Transportation.(1989-1990)

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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 184
CHAPTER 168

Relative to state buildings.

[ Filed with Secretary of State  September 14, 1990. ]

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ACR 184, Harris. State buildings: Department of Transportation.
This measure would recommend to the Department of General Services and the Department of Transportation that a building to be built in Oakland for use by the Department of Transportation be named after Senator Nicholas C. Petris.

WHEREAS, Nicholas C. Petris was born, raised, and graduated from high school, undergraduate school, and law school, in the San Francisco Bay area; and
WHEREAS, Senator Petris served for three years during World War II in the United States Army; and
WHEREAS, After serving eight years in the State Assembly, Senator Petris has served in the State Senate since 1967; and
WHEREAS, Both as a legislator representing Oakland and other surrounding areas and as a community leader, Senator Petris has provided the highest quality of public service; and
WHEREAS, A building for the California Department of Transportation, which is not in its final planning stages, is to be built in Oakland; now, therefore, be it
Resolved by the Assembly of the State of California, the Senate thereof concurring, That the Legislature of the State of California recommends to the Department of General Services and the Department of Transportation that the new building to be built in Oakland for use by the California Department of Transportation be named after Senator Nicholas C. Petris; and be it further
Resolved, That the Chief Clerk of the Assembly transmit a copy of this resolution to the Governor, the Director of the Department of General Services and the Director of Transportation.