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Tuesday, June 7, 2011   

BUDGET DEADLINE PRESENTS OPPORTUNITY TO TACKLE STATE'S FISCAL WOES 

The June 15 budget deadline presents the Legislature with an opportunity to pass a balanced budget that tackles the economic crisis and widespread unemployment affecting millions of Californians. Creating a more inviting business climate will generate the money needed to fill the state's coffers. Recently the Coalition for a California Financial Workout Plan comprised of business organizations from around the state, including Orange County Business Council, developed a five-point workout plan to put California on the path to recovery. The plan includes:

1. Spending Control and Budget Reforms
To regain the public trust, constitutional spending controls must be put in place to ensure fiscal discipline, along with performance-based budgets, performance-based management, and multi-year forecasting.

2. A Path to Job Creation
The only way to grow the revenue pie is to improve the business environment to allow for economic growth. The business community needs to see a detailed and hard commitment to regulatory reform integral to the "financial workout plan," including evaluation of economic impacts as a requirement of the regulatory process, CEQA reform, and a fix for the Redevelopment Area and Enterprise Zone programs to prevent abuses. 

 

CLICK HERE to read the rest of the five-point plan. For more information contact Kate Klimow, Vice President of Government Affairs.  

RED TEAM RETAINS 1,200 HIGH-TECH JOBS IN CITY OF LAKE FOREST 

Orange County Business Council's recent participation in a RED Team with the City of Lake Forest and Southern California Edison has resulted in the retention of one of Lake Forest's largest employers. The company, employing 1,200 workers and expanding at 10% annually, renewed its lease in the City for another ten years, starting in 2012. This company not only plans to stay in Lake Forest, but also to expand from its current 327,000 square feet of office space to 354,727 square feet, renewing at very favorable terms which has allowed for substantial cost savings as well as the ability to continue normal business operations without disrupting employees with moving to a new location. The city of Lake Forest plans to continually foster a supportive business climate for this high-tech company and encourage continued growth and expansion. 

 

For more information contact Dr. Wallace Walrod, Vice President of Economic Development and Research.

KILLERS ARE ON THE LOOSE...JOB KILLERS

CalChamber released its annual job killer list of legislation that threatens economic recovery. "The first step in an economic recovery program is to do no more harm to the economy," said Allan Zaremberg, President and CEO of the California Chamber of Commerce. This year's list of "job killers" includes 28 proposed laws which threaten California employers with new costly workplace and employee benefit mandates, economic development barriers, regulatory burdens and inflated liability costs. 

Making the job-killer list: AB 350 (Solorio), a bill requiring new building owners to keep old building owners' service contractors, security, landscape, window cleaning or food cafeteria services, instead of using their own.

"Business owners should be able to hire who they want and not be mandated to keep employees," said Lucy Dunn, President and CEO of OCBC. "The precedent this bill would set is troubling to small and large business owners."  

Last year, OCBC created a website called http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?llr=dwniiyn6&et=1106128022014&s=-1&e=001vfTk3GgtVW6NhoYoPPhjUlwY9AT_fuV86lHqO5OLDsg4Feyp7HDN7L3tI5aJPC4S_roPeBsz45NVMRIxZK8Czibbu8apaeuQyhuHYEPLzM8= to call out the bills that hold back job creation.  As this site grows (thanks to all of you!), we've decided to bring California Squirrel into the Web 2.0 world. California Squirrel is now on Twitter. You can follow us at: @CASquirrel. Check in for more tweets about the distracting squirrels hampering job creation and economic growth, and to keep up-to-date with the zany bills proposed out of Sacramento. For more information, contact Kate Klimow, Vice President of Government Affairs.

SCAG UNANIMOUSLY APPROVES ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND JOB CREATION STRATEGY 

Southern California Association of Governments Regional Council voted on June 2 to approve a resolution to Jobssupport the recommendations identified in the Draft Southern California Economic Recovery & Job Creation Strategy and to work with partners to develop an action plan for implementation. The draft Strategy was prepared at the direction of the Regional Council to identify opportunities for SCAG to partner with member cities, counties, business leaders, organized labor, and other key stakeholders to reduce or remove high priority economic challenges to Southern California's economic recovery. The report includes immediate and long-term recommendations, to target sustained recovery in key industries, including, first and foremost, opposing new legislation that hampers job creation in the private sector.

 

The complete report is available at http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?llr=dwniiyn6&et=1106128022014&s=-1&e=001vfTk3GgtVW661GYBakHh0U0Dt2b9hInZmkeC0pNxmogg1QwwXQQ5VNHHFrFiyZiMljlW_OsMwEHvbY2dd_JrWN8YawVXwXzVmX36uSM07NE=. For more information contact Dr. Wallace Walrod, Vice President of Economic Development and Research.

MEET AND GREET ORANGE COUNTY'S LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION - JUNE 9 

Join the Trustees of BIZPAC and OCTaxPAC at a reception on Thursday, June 9 honoring Orange County's Legislative caflagDelegation, for their leadership in budget negotiations and being champions for California's future.

 

When: Thursday, June 9, 2011 I 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Where: OCBC Conference Center, 2 Park Plaza, Irvine

Cost: Individual tickets are $20 benefiting BIZPAC ID# 802010. Wine and hors d'oeuvres will be served.

 

Register Online  

 

 

Special thanks to our sponsors: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information contact Kate Klimow, Vice President of Government Affairs, at 949.794.7210.

WAITING FOR SUPERMAN SECOND SCREENING - JUNE 14

OCBC will host a second screening of Waiting for Superman on June 14 for OCBC members, investors and guests. The acclaimed documentary highlights the challenges facing the education system in America. Please join OCBC for a screening of this important movie.  And join in the conversation on education reform. What ideas do YOU have? 

 

When: Thursday, June 14, 2011  I 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 

Where: Hyatt Regency Irvine, 17900 Jamboree Rd., Irvine 

Cost: Free, open exclusively to OCBC investors and their guests. 

 

Register Online  

 

 

For more information contact Alicia Berhow, Director of Workforce Development.

DON'T MISS THE MUST-ATTEND FORUM FOR EVERY CORPORATE OFFICER AND DIRECTOR 

It's 6:30 a.m. and the markets are open. Do you know where your stock is trading and why? What explains the rapid swings in the price of your stock from one day to the next? Will proposed SEC rule changes radically change the way companies seek to raise capital or will they shut out investors? Following an unprecedented year of stock market recovery and low interest rates, where are we going from here?

Be sure to attend this year's Orange County Public Company Forum on Thursday, June 23 at the Westin South Coast Plaza for timely insight on the multiple factors impacting market performance and capital raising. Learn what public company executives and their advisors need to know to be positioned for opportunities in the changing landscape ahead. Featured speakers include:

 

  • Dr. Frank Hatheway, Chief Economist, NASDAQ OMX Group Inc.
  • Thomas M. Abate, Corporate Vice President and CFO, Edwards Lifesciences
  • Robert A. Claassen, Partner, Paul Hastings
  • Charles D. Martin, Chairman, CEO and CIO, Mont Pelerin Capital
  • Cary H. Thompson, Vice Chairman, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • Mikel Williams, CEO, DDi Corp.
  • Roger S. Pondel (Moderator), President and CEO, PondelWilkinson Inc.

 

Registrations accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited. Click here to register. For more information contact Brooke Myers at 714.668.6507. 

ROSES, RADISHES AND THE ROYALTY AWARDS DINNER - JULY 7 

Join the Orange County Taxpayers Association at the first annual Roses, Radishes and the Royalty Awards on Thursday, July 7 at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Spa, from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. The dinner will feature an awards presentation to public agencies: the Radish Award will be presented for wasteful, inefficient use of taxpayer dollars, and the Rose Award will honor a public agency that demonstrates cost-effective and efficient use of taxpayer dollars. For ticket information and to RSVP please contact Samantha Fitzgerald at 949.768.1600. Sponsorships are available. Visit http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?llr=dwniiyn6&et=1106128022014&s=-1&e=001vfTk3GgtVW66eEJKoL8gyw1QOmoKcz9_wuxvtwV2DuH37GTeFvLGIgc0rD4e_7Cy9Kj8hDSnPVMuqYxrLuPoTVWas1UZPu6F for more information.  

COMMITMENT TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY PAYS OFF FOR JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT 

Environmental sustainability really can benefit your bottom line: Southern California Gas Company recently awarded John Wayne Airport $100,000 for their commitment to using natural gas in their newly unveiled Central Utility Plant.

Under Southern California Gas' Commercial/Industrial Equipment Incentive Program, customers who implement natural gas-fired electric generation equipment can take advantage of lower-cost natural gas to produce their own power and receive up to 50 percent of the funds needed to purchase the equipment. Southern California Gas worked with John Wayne Airport early in the project's development to ensure the electric generation component of the Central Utility Plant qualified to receive the incentive. CLICK HERE to read more. For more information contact Katherine Reedy, Director of Communications.

COUNTY OF ORANGE CUTS THROUGH RED TAPE ON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTS 

Did you know that OC Public Works, a department of the County of Orange, is implementing a fiscally responsible County of Orange Logoapproach to working with developers on planned community projects? OC Public Works has been authorized by the County's Board of Supervisors to utilize reimbursement agreements for Land Use Planning and Engineering Services with any future planned community applicants to cover the County's costs. This arrangement is already being used for several planned communities including Rancho Mission Viejo, LLC; Shea Tonner Hills, LLC; and Standard Pacific Tonner Hills, LLC. Another goal of the program is to speed up the development review process so that construction can begin and jobs can be created to enhance our economic recovery. For more information about the OC Public Works Department, visit http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?llr=dwniiyn6&et=1106128022014&s=-1&e=001vfTk3GgtVW7XnVirOkMZ8ZCrCBkToOA2dd6bF_CREBthYCCzstEG5L0ZW5Wsxz9hGNuzWmffyHKrQYoNditLZ_COggjTqP74T02NlJuvGHc=.     

ORANGE IS THE "NEW" GREEN: THE IRVINE COMPANY - LEADERS IN SUSTAINABILITY

The Irvine Company has committed to reducing their ecological footprint through water conservation and home building strategies that minimize energy use. The Irvine Ranch's master-planned communities are a model for environmental stewardship and thoughtful self-sustaining community planning.

The Irvine Ranch utilizes a first-of-its-kind water quality program to prevent urban runoff from reaching ocean waters. The Irvine Company treats and reuses waste water to irrigate community landscaping, agricultural fields, golf courses, and to flush toilets in office buildings. The highly filtered and treated water helps to reduce the company's use of limited water resources.  

Homes on The Irvine Ranch include energy efficient air conditioning and heating units, low flow shower heads, and dual paned windows. Through these efforts the Irvine Company is effectively reducing their environmental impact and setting the standard for others in the industry. For more information contact Katherine Reedy, Director of Communications. 

AROUND THE COMMUNITY
OCBC Vice President of Government Affairs Kate Klimow attended the groundbreaking of a nine home redevelopment project in Buena Part on May 25, 2011. The project, known as the RSI Buena Park 9 includes single-family detached houses ranging from 1,585 to 1,968 square feet. They consist of three and four bedroom floor plans. The homes are available to moderate-income workforce families of four or more whose annual income does not exceed $121,400. This public-private partnership is unique in that it eliminates the need for large government subsidies and yields a significant land residual to Buena Park Redevelopment Agency. It also allows the builder to deliver homes priced below market value.

LEA Reception Celebrates Success!
The 3rd Annual Latino Educational Attainment Reception took place on June 2, 2011 at the Discovery Science Center. The reception showcased what has been accomplished since LEA launch in November 2004, including 100% participation of schools in the Garden Grove Unified School District. The audience was moved hearing about the impact LEA has had on the Rodriguez family, from the city of Garden Grove. The family participated in LEA in 2006, and just this semester their oldest daughter graduated as a double major from Cal State Fullerton. Their two other daughters are on track to follow in her footsteps, and credit LEA for their success. For more information on LEA contact Alicia Berhow, Director of Workforce Development.  

OCBC President and CEO Lucy Dunn was a featured speaker at the Association of California Cities - Orange County's Infrastructure Summit on June 1, 2011. The sold-out summit was held at the Westin South Coast Plaza and featured some of Orange County's top infrastructure experts. Ms. Dunn spoke on job creation and "Turning Red Tape into Red Carpet," which is OCBC's 2011 theme. The keynote address came from Tom Vanderbilt, author of Traffic - Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us).

Lucy Dunn shared her lessons on leadership to 100 County Managers and Executives at the annual Orange County Leadership Academy (OCLA) Conference on June 3, 2011. Dunn shared with the OCLA graduates the lessons she had learned throughout her career, and commended them for their dedication to public service. As part of OCBC's 2011 theme, "Turning Red Tape Into Red Carpet," OCBC will host an event on November 17 honoring those in local government who are eliminating red tape and barriers to job creation. Dunn commended the County of Orange and Supervisor Bill Campbell for the various county initiatives that have streamlined processes and enhanced the quality of service provided to the public.
REGISTER TODAY FOR OCBC'S UPCOMING EVENTS
BIZPAC OC Legislative Delegation Reception - Thursday, June 9 - OCBC Conference Center
CLICK HERE to register.

Waiting for Superman
Movie Screening - Tuesday, June 14
- Hyatt Regency Irvine 

This event is open to OCBC investors and their guests. CLICK HERE to register.

 

Executive Invitational Golf Tournament - Thursday, July 28 - Monarch Beach Golf Links, Dana Point 

CLICK HERE to register. CLICK HERE for sponsorship information.

 

Workforce Development Conference - Thursday, October 13 - Hyatt Regency Irvine 

CLICK HERE to register. CLICK HERE for sponsorship information.

 

Economic Forecast Conference - Thursday, October 27 - Hyatt Regency Irvine 

CLICK HERE to register. CLICK HERE for sponsorship information.

 

For more information about any of OCBC's upcoming events please contact Leslie Dods , Events Manager at ldods@ocbc.org or 949.794.7241. A complete calendar of events is available at http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?llr=dwniiyn6&et=1106128022014&s=-1&e=001vfTk3GgtVW6Nk1I3DCYpEEFwLkr_SeeD3wiIq6RzL4CHRRhGNaTXORWDgp1X1fWSnnI_UKD8Ekg2-R4Qflz67OkS_mtTSsD1TDH-kXW0FLvbliv5WYF-srZfA47QBwE2

NEWS YOU CAN USE
More great apps this week from the staff at OCBC: 

Bento - Create simple databases to store information about every aspect of your life.
QuickOffice - Edit Word and Excel documents on the go.
Redlaser - Scan UPC codes for price comparisons.
Beejive IM 3.0 - The best multi-IM service client on the iPhone, now with Push Notification. Compatible with AIM, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ, and more.

For more information contact Katherine Reedy, Director of Communications..
OCBC MEMBERS IN THE NEWS 
OCBC COMMITTEE MEETINGS: JUNE

Latino Education Attainment Committee 

Thursday, June 9, 2011 | 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM  

 

Infrastructure Committee

Tuesday, June 14, 2011 | 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM 

 

Workforce Development Committee

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 Wednesday, June 15, 2011 | 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM


Workforce Housing Committee

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 | 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM 

 

Executive Invitational Golf Tournament Committee

Thursday, June 16, 2011 | 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM  

 

Economic Forecast Conference Committee 

Tuesday, June 21, 2011 | 11:00 AM -  12:00 PM  

 

Community College Working Group

Thursday, June 23, 2011 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

 

OC Moves Steering Committee 

Friday, June 24, 2011 | 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

 

Committee meetings are open to OCBC members and invited guests only. All committee meetings are held at the OCBC offices unless otherwise specified. For more information on upcoming committee meetings for 2011 check out OCBC's Committees. For more information, contact Leslie Dods at (949) 794-7241 or ldods@ocbc.org

IN THIS ECONOMY, YOU NEED ALL THE HELP YOU CAN GET!

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FOR OCBC MEMBERS. One of the many benefits of being a part of the Orange County Business Council is the ability to leverage our member relationships to improve your business. Take advantage of our new offers:   

 

SPECIAL OFFER FROM SEGERSTROM PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Segerstrom Center for Performing Arts is offering OCBC members an exclusive discount on upcoming performances: Burn the Floor, Mamma Mia! and Mary Poppins! Click on the links below and enter the Orange County Business Council Priority Ticket Code - 12087 and pick your seats. It's fast, easy and a great benefit for preferred corporate partners.
Burn the Floor - Sunday, June 12, 2011 1:00pm
Mamma Mia! - Sunday, June 26, 2011 6:30pm
Mary Poppins - Friday, July 29, 2011 7:30pm I Tuesday, August 2, 2011 7:30pm  

 

CHIVAS USA 2011 BUSINESS EXPOS AND FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL 

The 2011 Business Expos is your chance to gain exposure to more than 15,000 sports fans and consumers gathered in one place to celebrate the 2011 CHIVAS USA Soccer Season. A one Expo package for $2,000 includes one 10x10 booth at a selected Chivas USA home game, one Chivas USA player appearance, 100 tickets, and much more! A $500 donation will be made to the OCBC scholarship fund for every OCBC investor participating. Click here for more information. Additionally, Chivas USA is offering all OC businesses a special ticket to the June 18 Chivas USA vs. FC Dallas soccer match. Buy one sideline ticket for $15 and receive a free ticket for your dad. To purchase a ticket call Luis Rivera at 310.630.4550 Ext. 3619. 

 

USC OFFERS DISCOUNTED EXECUTIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM

In just two to four days, you can update your knowledge, improve your skills, advance your career, and impact your entire organization through USC Marshall Executive Education programs.OCBC members will receive a special 20% discount on this course. Use code "OCBCmem20" when registering. For a complete list of in-person and on-line course offerings, visit http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?llr=dwniiyn6&et=1106128022014&s=-1&e=001vfTk3GgtVW7X_GnBtgXIEkwPACU64eypopOJJVFNGE_cfmN6ehv1rb5W6miPfrz7cPrYecUel55Uq--F0f5co0n5NAp1IzbiuPkBHtCe4VJhl3RM4qiceCPwSivFZYwA, or call (213) 740-8990.


DISCOUNTED SHIPPING RATESUPS
Through the UPS Discount Program, OCBC members can save up to 28% on international, air and ground shipping. Whether you need a shipment to arrive the same day, the next day or in a few days, UPS will get your package there on time - guaranteed. Visit http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?llr=dwniiyn6&et=1106128022014&s=-1&e=001vfTk3GgtVW4QOLbjx65B4CB0qk9WCJqOZZEdOSsBszFw0UDAsZSkEZ-y0LGedSv_MQlP_1hlQAZkA8hIKhVlXRE9nZjxi7eRh8TnFeHFC3U= or call (800) 325-7000. Use promo code PAC376 to enroll.

BACCHUS' SECRET CELLAR WINE BAR CAN HELP YOU!  Bacchus' is the perfect place for your business to turn to for all your holiday needs. Let our friendly staff and beautiful interior bring you and your guests a wine-country experience customized to your liking at a surprisingly affordable cost. Our retail shoppe is perfect for last-minute gifts including over 350 wines, charcuterie and artisan cheeses, wine accessories, food frills, and gift baskets tailored to your specifications. Please contact Garett Savage (garett@bacchussecretcellar.com) to reserve your holiday party today while there is still space.
COMMUNITY EVENTS

Association of California Cities - Orange County Presents "Exodus!" - Thursday, June 9, 2011

Learn why businesses are leaving California in droves...and taking high-paying jobs with them - AND, learn what local government can do to help them stay! Featuring Keynote Speaker Joe Vranich, Orange County Business Relocation Coach. This event will take place at the Costa Mesa Hilton starting at 5:15 p.m. Tickets for members are $65 and $85 for non-members. Click here to register. More more information contact Kara Watson at 714.953.1300

 

Anaheim/OC Job Fair & Expo - Wednesday, June 15, 2011

The Anaheim/OC Job Fair & Expo provides a great opportunity for employers to connect with talented and interested job seekers. Last year's event featured over 100 employers and 7,500 job seekers. Don't miss your opportunity to connect with OC's best and brightest! The fair will take place June 15 from 10am - 3pm at the Anaheim GardenWalk. To register, and for more information, visit http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?llr=dwniiyn6&et=1106128022014&s=-1&e=001vfTk3GgtVW41VRqXHFrBSUM6s-7LVg1xHUXw05YGgZL8q7w88Ej6YNGpf49fguyWycloTTF9AWXljjsQ4bLN0cQuUXvXiQpmqVmPLApHg4zDdc0VjNqtamxsvM1htGxs

 

Be A Team Player! Walk United on June 25!

Did you know there are more than 200,000 of our Orange County neighbors living below the poverty line? Join Orange County United Way and the Angels Baseball Foundation on Saturday, June 25th for WALK UNITED 2011! Now in its third year, WALK UNITED is a family-friendly 5K FUN-raiser at Angel Stadium of Anaheim to overcome poverty in Orange County, one step at a time. Proceeds from the 3.1-mile walk will give hope, help and access to a better tomorrow to thousands of residents and benefit nonprofits organizations throughout Orange County. For more information contact Lisa Jackson at 949.263.6176. 

 

Roses, Radishes and the Royalty Awards Dinner - Thursday, July 7, 2011 

Save the date for the Orange County Taxpayers Association's First Annual Roses, Radishes and the Royalty Awards Dinner on Thursday, July 7 at the Disneyland Grand Californian Hotel. Visit http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?llr=dwniiyn6&et=1106128022014&s=-1&e=001vfTk3GgtVW66eEJKoL8gyw1QOmoKcz9_wuxvtwV2DuH37GTeFvLGIgc0rD4e_7Cy9Kj8hDSnPVMuqYxrLuPoTVWas1UZPu6F for more information.    

 

Drive for Water Golf Tournament - Monday, August 22, 2011

Come play in the inaugural Drive for Water Golf Tournament at Monarch Beach Golf Links. The tournament will benefit No Thirsty Child, a program that pilots clean water programs aimed at promoting clean, safe, accessible water solutions in developing nations, allowing children greater access to education, better heath and quality of life. For more information contact Stephen Magliocco at Stephen@driveforwater.com or 714.470.3306. 

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