Aguiar-Curry’s resolution to designate Officer Natalie Corona Memorial Highway passes Legislature

Source: Lake County News

SACRAMENTO – On Friday, Assembly Concurrent Resolution 66, authored by Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (D-Winters), cleared its final hurdle in the California State Legislature.

The bill passed through both the Assembly and the Senate with overwhelming, bipartisan support.

ACR 66 officially designates an approximately five-mile stretch of Interstate 5 from Greenbay Road to Salt Creek Drive in Colusa County as the “Officer Natalie Corona Memorial Highway,” in honor of fallen Davis Police Department Officer Natalie Corona.

This stretch of the highway was selected because it passes through Arbuckle, Officer Corona’s hometown.

“I am thankful that the California State Legislature recognizes the importance of honoring Officer Natalie Corona’s life,” said Aguiar-Curry. “Her tragic death reminds us all of the work we need to do to prevent such senseless tragedies. Our community continues to mourn, but it is my hope that ACR 66 will memorialize Officer Natalie Corona’s beautiful life and her commitment to service in the community.”

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