OCBC Indicator: eNewsletter

July 25, 2017 Indicator

Breaking news: OC Board of Supervisors delays vote that could change CalOptima Board; e-Commerce means new paradigm for shoppers, retailers, developer and government; OCBC games plans next steps on North OC Groundwater Basin; OCBC in the news: Check out these recently published article from Lucy Dunn; and much, much more!

July 11, 2017 Indicator

Breaking news: OCBC urges for SoCal to receive fair share of cap and trade funds; Rep. Lou Correa, 46th District, visits with OCBC Government Affairs committee; OCBC honors OCAR, discusses cost of homelessness; News you can use: OCBC’s Economic Development Forum – July 20; Nominations open for Turning Red Tape into Red Carpet Awards; and much, much more.

June 27, 2017 Indicator

Breaking News: Big win! CA Water Fix gets authorization from U.S. Endangered Species Act; Peter DeMarco joins OCBC as Sr. VP of Government Affairs; Coming to your business site soon: Superfund listing?; Will San Diego Water Authority and MET finally resolve decades of litigation?; Santa Ana City Council approves millions of dollars toward housing; OCBC urges LA Board of Supervisors to approve 21,500 homes in Newhall Ranch; and much, much more!

June 13, 2017 Indicator

Breaking News: Rep. Correa introducing JWA Port-of-Entry Amendment Tomorrow; OCBC Asks Gov. Brown to deny OCWD superfund designation request; OCBC welcomes CA Gubernatorial Candidate Villaraigosa; Take a one minute survey to help OCBC improve its content; After five years of environmental review, Cadiz Water Project closer to final steps; CTC holds workshops on recently passed SB 1 transportation funding; OCBC applauds Congresswoman Walters on Medical Device innovation legislation; Housing Update: Tentative ruling in Huntington Beach, Kennedy Commission case; Economy shifting from brick-and-mortar to online, what’s in store for OC? – July 20 Forum; and more!

May 30, 2017 Indicator

Breaking news: Friday marks deadline for bills to make it out of house of origin; Fed update: Proposed budget cuts health care, education and infrastructure spending; OCBC challenges report saying SoCal can make it another summer without Aliso Canyon; Report reveals SoCal low-income housing shortage tips to 1 million homes; Stein: California’s priority challenges; and much, much more!

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