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Committees and Caucuses

Congressman Mike Garcia currently serves on the following committees:

House Committee on Appropriations

Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies
Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies

House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology

Subcommittee on Energy


Congressman Mike Garcia currently serves on the following caucuses:

Election Integrity Caucus: Co-Chair

Bipartisan For Country Caucus

Republican Study Committee

Bipartisan SALT Caucus 

Congressman Mike Garcia currently serves on the following Task Force:

China Task Force -
Co-Chair





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T&I Member Designated Projects


Project Name: Commerce Center Drive Bridge

Location: Unincorporated Los Angeles County

Project Sponsor/Requestor: Los Angeles County, Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation

Requested Amount: $3,666,666

Member Certification Form

 

Project Name: Lancaster Health District (Medical Main Street)

Location: Lancaster, CA

Project Sponsor/Requestor: City of Lancaster

Requested Amount: $4,000,000

Member Certification Form

Project Name: Old Road Safety and Capacity Enhancement

Location: Unincorporated Community of Stevenson Ranch, Los Angeles County, CA

Project Sponsor/Requestor: Los Angeles County Public Works

Requested Amount: $4,000,000

Member Certification Form



Project Name:
Plant 42 Access and Safety Enhancements

Location: Palmdale, CA

Project Sponsor/Requestor: City of Palmdale

Requested Amount: $8,666,666

Member Certification Form



Project Name:
Quick Fix Circulation Improvement Project

Location: Santa Clarita, CA

Project Sponsor/Requestor: North Los Angeles County Transportation Coalition

Requested Amount: $3,666,666

Member Certification Form

Project Name: Sequoia Avenue Railroad Grade Crossing Upgrade

Location: Simi Valley, CA

Project Sponsor/Requestor: The City of Simi Valley, CA

Requested Amount: $4,000,000

Member Certification Form

Project Name: SR-14(SR-138) Avenue M Interchange

Location: Lancaster, CA

Project Sponsor/Requestor: North Los Angeles County Transportation Coalition

Requested Amount: $3,000,000

Member Certification Form



Project Name:
SR-14(SR-138) Avenue N Interchange Improvements

Location: Palmdale, CA

Project Sponsor/Requestor: North Los Angeles Transportation Coalition

Requested Amount: $2,000,000

Member Certification Form



Project Name:
State Route 118 Freeway Soundwall Mitigation Improvements

Location: Simi Valley, CA

Project Sponsor/Requestor: Ventura County Transportation Commission

Requested Amount: $5,000,000

Member Certification Form


Appropriations Community Project Funding Requests 

Project Name:

Children's Hospital of Los Angeles Transplantation & Cellular Therapy Laboratory Equipment

Request Amount:

$549,638

Intended Recipient and Address:

Children's Hospital of Los Angeles

4650 Sunset Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90027

Explanation of the Request:

The funding would be used to purchase a state-of-the-art Flow-Cytometer and supporting equipment and software. This equipment would allow the hospital to expand the capacity of the laboratory at CHLA. Increased efficiencies in the lab will allow more fragile childhood cancer and blood disease patients to be treated more quickly and effectively.

Member Certification Form


Project Name:

City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Screening Mobile Van

Request Amount:

$1,200,000

Intended Recipient and Address:

City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center

1500 East Duarte Road

Duarte, CA 91010

Explanation of the Request:

The funding would be used to purchase a state-of-the-art mobile cancer screening unit to provide cancer screening services to the Antelope Valley. The Antelope Valley is one of California's most socioeconomically diverse and medically vulnerable regions, with significant cancer risk and poor outcomes. For existing long standing and comprehensive clinics, cancer prevention and early detection are effective means for reducing long-term costs. The AV is ideally suited for additional investments that would contribute to better patient outcomes and reduce cancer's burden.

Member Certification Form

Project Name:

College of the Canyons Advanced Technology Center Equipment

Request Amount:

$999,006

Intended Recipient and Address:

Santa Clarita Community College District (College of the Canyons)

26455 Rockwell Canyon Road

Santa Clarita, CA 91355

Explanation of the Request:

The funding would be used to purchase equipment for a state-of-art CNC production lab that includes both simulation machining centers and full production type machining centers to prepare students for stackable industry-recognized credentials to demonstrate the necessary skills for workforce readiness as they work toward degree attainment.

Member Certification Form 

Project Name:

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Sheila R. Veloz Center for Breast Health Equipment Initiative

Request Amount:

$607,929

Intended Recipient and Address:

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital

23845 McBean Parkway

Valencia, CA 91355

Explanation of the Request:

The funding would be used to purchase a state-of-the-art Mammography Machine. The mission of HRSA is: To improve health outcomes and address health disparities through access to quality services, a skilled health workforce, and innovative, high-value programs. This initiative will help achieve that goal.  The Santa Clarita Valley is a growing and diverse. The growth has led to challenges in delivering effective and efficient health care to the region.  This initiative will help address those disparities and ensure effective access to quality health care and a skilled workforce.

Member Certification Form 


Project Name:

Simi valley Radio Replacement

Request Amount:

$1,000,000

Intended Recipient and Address:

The City of Simi Valley

2929 Tapo Canyon Road

Simi Valley, CA 93063

Explanation of the Request:

The funding would  purchase new radios to for the City of Simi Valley’s police force to replace the aging two-way radio system that is already past its life expectancy. The replacement will bring the system up to today’s technological standards, improve the reliability and serviceability of the radio system, enhance interagency communications, and increase community safety.

Member Certification Form


Project Name:

Antelope Valley Line Track Rehabilitation

Request Amount:

$1,000,000

Intended Recipient and Address:

Metrolink

900 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 1500

Los Angeles, CA 90017

Explanation of the request:

The funding would improve safety and operation along the Antelope Valley Line by replacing rail,  replacing existing wood ties with concrete ties, surfacing, and destressing of the track between Acton Station and Via Princessa Station.

Member Certification Form

Project Name:

Henry Mayo Hospital Ingres and Egress Access Improvement

Request Amount:

$1,120,000

Intended Recipient and Address:

The City of Santa Clarita

2390 Valencia Blvd Suite 300

Santa Clarita, CA 91355

Explanation of the Request:

The funding would address heavy traffic congestion on McBean Parkway and will result in reduced response time for emergencies as emergency personnel will be afforded additional lanes and improved roadway operations when entering and exiting the facility grounds.

Member Certification Form

Project Name:

Santa Clarita Circulation and Safety Improvement

Request Amount:

$1,500,000

Intended Recipient and Address:

The City of Santa Clarita

2390 Valencia Blvd Suite 300

Santa Clarita, CA 91355

Explanation of the Request:

The funding would add capacity to the City’s roadway network where known chokepoints exist that create significant traffic congestion, improve bus frequency and accessibility, and enhance economic development.

Member Certification Form