OCBC Indicator: eNewsletter

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!

May 16, 2017 Indicator

Breaking news: Cyberattacks mean this week cannot be business as usual; OC Community Indicators released at OC Forum, housing dominates conversation; OCBC commends Gov. Brown’s priorities on Catrans oversight, education in May revise; 2016 Annual Tourism Report show OC hit record number of visitors; CA Business Roundtable studies negative impacts of prevailing wage; Stay connected with TCA as the agency enhances regional mobility with 241/91 Connector; and much, much more!

May 2, 2017 Indicator

Breaking News: OCBC in Washington D.C. advocating for OC priorities; Federal Update: Shutdown avoided; Trump reaches 100 days; Health care reform. OCBC supports U.S. Chamber in efforts to advance health care reform; AT&T awards $20,000 grant at OCBC’s Latino Educational Attainment Reception; OC Register: Western Digital moves headquarters to San Jose; Gov. Brown signs landmark transportation funding package; CA makes modest employment gains in March; and more!

April 18, 2017 Indicator


OCBC welcomes Fmr. Top National Security Official for Cyber, Gov. Affairs debrief; Potential return to normalcy for Ex-Im Bank, Pres. Trump announces two nominations; Californians must cut driving by 1.6 miles per day to meet state climate change goals; Register by Friday for 9th annual Latino Educational Attainment Reception; Federal Update: Debt ceiling, health care, NAFTA and more!; Bryan Starr named President and Chair of Irvine Community Land Trust; and much, much more!

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