Lance Larson, Executive Director of Government Relations, OCTA
Richard Markuson, ASCE Region 9 Legislative Liason
Topic: Legislative Bills Affecting Infrastructure
Did you know that ASCE has an advocate in Sacramento for Civil Engineers statewide?
Find out what the latest is with the many bills that affect our infrastructure. See what issues are currently hot and what's influencing the funding of our infrastructure projects. Meet our presenters and get a first hand look at what's driving the decisions by the powers that be.
Come with your questions and concerns and ask our advocate how he can help.
About the speakers:
Richard Markuson is with the Pacific Advocacy Group, a government relations firm focused on the unique business needs of licensed professionals engaged in construction and design in California. He directed all aspects of the Government Relations programs for Consulting Engineers and Land Surveyors of California and Western Electrical Contractors including regulatory advocacy, and legislative proposals.
Lance Larson is with the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) and has over 20 years of public and private sector service in California and Washington D.C. He served as long-standing senior aide of the California Congressional delegation and key advisor to the Chairman of the House Policy Committee. Mr. Larson also served as the Legislative Coordinator for the Policy Committee of the House of Representatives for U.S. Rep Christopher Cox. He served as Director of Legislative Affairs for the County of San Bernardino.
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ASCE Orange County Branch
This Branch was created in 1952 to allow civil engineers to network, exchange ideas, build leadership skills, create lifelong professional connections, and improve the quality of life on Orange County.