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Indicator Newsletter for March 21, 2017

Breaking news: OCBC’s wishlist for federal healthcare legislation; OCBC leads advocates for housing, infrastructure investment to CA capitol; OCBC heads to DC May 1-3: Don’t miss the One Voice, Two Capitols Advocacy Trip; Housing crisis in California: AB 199 makes it worse – vote no in Sacramento!; OC could save $42 million a year by …

Urban Land Institute Works To Bridge Gender Divide

Mar. 21, 2017 / PRZen / NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — In keeping with its practice of leadership and forward thinking innovation, the Urban Land Institute Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) is set to host the “Women in the Workplace: Growing in Every Generation,” where a five-member panel of distinguished women professionals, representing each generation, will speak on their …


The Irvine (Calif.) City Council unanimously approved the application put forth by FivePoint Holdings and Live Nation Entertainment to build a 12,000-seat interim outdoor amphitheater adjacent to Orange County Great Park in Irvine to replace the 35-year-old Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, which closed last fall. Live Nation Entertainment will finance, design and build the amphitheater. FivePoint, …

Indicator Newsletter for March 7, 2017

Breaking News: OCBC’s wish list for Trump administration; Fifteen years in the making – Air Quality Plan passed March 3; CA Supreme Court ruling: Public business through emails, texts are public record; Executive order repeals harmful water rules; Who is doing it right? OCBC highlights cities building housing; OCBC weighs in on 2017 workforce development …

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