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Tuesday, September 10, 2013 

OCBC'S GOVERNMENT TRANSPARENCY BILL SIGNED BY GOV. BROWN

For the first time in its history, OCBC is a principal sponsor of a bill in the California legislature -- and that bill was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on September 6, 2013. OCBC, working in partnership with Senator Leland Yee, Ph.D. (D), San Francisco wrote this legislation to achieve greater public transparency from local public boards, commissions and other local regulatory agencies. As a matter of practice, many local government agencies have resisted public requests for recordation and publishing of individual member votes. OCBC's Bryan Starr, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, testified in support of SB 751 on May 1 and it was successfully passed out of the Senate unanimously 39-0 on May 28, 2013. The bill was passed unanimously by the Assembly and was sent back to the Senate for concurrence with amendments. The bill has been passed by both houses and the amendments have been concurred in. CLICK HERE to read more. For more information, Bryan Starr, Sr. Vice President, Government Affairs.  

CEQA ABUSES COST THOUSANDS OF HIGH-WAGE UNION JOBS

CEQA abuse is not just on business anymore! 

A newly-released economic analysis by John Husing, Ph.D., principal of the economic consulting firm Economics & Politics, Inc. found that thousands of prevailing wage union jobs are put at risk every year by meritless CEQA litigation. Husing evaluated a cross-section of recent CEQA litigation and the delays and increased costs caused by the litigation, recognizing the detrimental impact on the employees. The analysis found that for many otherwise environmentally sound projects, prevailing wage union construction jobs are those most heavily impacted by CEQA litigation. The study analyzed seven projects from all over the state. Projects analyzed ranged from major commuter rail efforts to massive affordable housing/transit oriented developments to smaller community projects. CLICK HERE to read the report. CLICK HERE to read more. For more information, Bryan Starr, Sr. Vice President, Government Affairs.  

AUTO CLUB REVIEWS FUNDING METHODS TO IMPROVE TRAFFIC

Transportation is an on-going issue for Orange County, with the typical commuter wasting approximately 61 hours and 27 gallons of fuel annually while stuck in traffic. That equates to an annual "congestion cost" of about $1300. Bad roads then increase that annual cost by hundreds of dollars in tire and vehicle repair, as well as other operating costs. Such findings prompted Gov. Jerry Brown to direct the secretary of the new California State Transportation Agency to convene a working group of key transportation stakeholders to review the state's transportation needs and produce recommendations to the governor and legislature by the end of 2013 for possible action in 2014. The Auto Club is one of the key transportation stakeholders submitting recommendations and has conducted their own independent review on six different ways to pay for improved transportation. CLICK HERE to read more. CLICK HERE to read the Auto Club's review. For more information, contact Bryan Starr, Sr. Vice President, Government Affairs.

WHO'S CUTTING YOUR RED TAPE? TELL US SO WE CAN HONOR THEM!
Application deadline is Friday!
OCBC is accepting nominations for the 3rd Annual Turning Red Tape Into Red Carpet Awards, recognizing Orange County's outstanding public agencies that proactively cut bureaucratic red tape and open the door for job creation and sustainable economic recovery. On Wednesday, November 20, 2013, OCBC will host the 3rd Annual Turning Red Tape Into Red Carpet Awards and Reception at the Center Club in Costa Mesa, sponsored by Chase, honoring all award nominees and winners, securing media attention for their good work, and providing recognition from a grateful business community. 
 

Program Awards will be presented in the categories of Business Retention and Expansion, Responding to Globalization, Sustainable and Green Development and Real Estate Redevelopment and Reuse. Awards will also be presented for Public-Private Partnership and Leadership in Public Service. Check out past awards winners who successfully cut through red tape with innovative policies and programs. CLICK HERE for the list of past winners. 

 

Applications are being accepted now through September 13, 2013. Apply online at www.ocbc.org/redcarpet. For more information, contact Matt Petteruto, Vice President, Economic Development.

CELEBRATING HISTORY! COLTON CROSSING FIXED; NEW BAY BRIDGE OPEN
null OCBC's Lucy Dunn, in her role as California Transportation Commissioner, recently attended the celebrations of the completion of two major public works projects -- the long-anticipated Bay Bridge that spans from San Francisco to Oakland, and Colton Crossing in San Bernadino. After years of delays and cost overruns, Northern California's Bay Bridge officially opened for traffic seven hours earlier than the planned Tuesday, August 3 morning deadline. The new span replaces a structure that was damaged during the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. It is designed to withstand the strongest earthquake estimated by seismologists to occur at the site over a 1,500-year period. Dunn and other dignitaries gathered Monday to cheer completion of the most expensive public works project in California history. CLICK HERE for photos.

 

null Southern California's Colton Crossing unclogs train congestion for two major railroads and was delivered significantly under budget and ahead of schedule. Transportation officials estimate the project will deliver $241 million in travel time savings and reduce greenhouse gas emissions 34,000 tons annually. Colton Crossing was first constructed in 1883, and nearly 130 years later virtually all trains entering or leaving Southern California use the at-grade rail-to-rail crossing, which was a major cause of congestion on commuter and freight rail lines. Dunn attended the ceremony along with officials from Caltrans and the San Bernadino Associated Government. CLICK HERE for photos. For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.

REP. RAUL RUIZ (D-36) VISITS OCBC FOR DC CHECK UP

null On Thursday, September 5, U.S. Representative Raul Ruiz, M.D., 36th District, visited OCBC for a special briefing and roundtable discussion with Orange County business leaders. Rep. Ruiz represents the Coachella Valley and won the long-standing republican seat in the 113th Congress with only a 5 percent chance of winning. Rep. Ruiz currently serves the House Committee on Natural Resources and House Committee on Veterans' Affairs. Rep. Ruiz graduated magna cum laude from UCLA and then went on to become the first Latino to earn three graduate degrees from Harvard University, including his medical degree. Guests discussed a variety of topics with the congressman, including the critical need for CEQA modernization, immigration reform, veterans' affairs and the future of healthcare reform. The congressman's goals for his term include contributing to the passage of legislation to improve the economy and create jobs, as well as work on creating a culture of bipartisanship to reduce gridlock in Washington. The seat will be up for reelection in 2014 and is expected to be a hotly contested race and a key focus for the Republican Party. Assemblyman Brian Nestande, 46th District, is confirmed to run against Rep. Ruiz in the 2014 race. For more information, contact Bryan Starr, Sr. Vice President, Government Affairs.

LEARN THE SECRETS OF BUSINESS SUCCESS IN CHINA - SEPT. 27

As Orange County's third largest trading partner, and with exports estimated to increase to more than $3.1 billion by 2014, China plays a critical role in growth of the county's international trade industry. China has one of the fastest growing economies the world has ever seen - leaping from one of the poorest countries in the world to the second largest economy in world in just 30 years. To learn more about the opportunities and resources available to Orange County companies looking to do business in China, please join the City of Mission Viejo, Orange County Business Council and the South Orange County Economic Coalition for a special "Secrets of Business Success in China" panel discussion on Friday, September 27. To RSVP contact Angela Hannis at 949.470.3053 or ahannis@cityofmissionviejo.org. For more information, contact Matt Petteruto, Vice President, Economic Development.

ARE YOU TAKING ADVANTAGE OF FOREIGN TRADE ZONE BENEFITS? FIND OUT HOW - OCT. 2

port Is your company taking advantage of the benefits associated with a Foreign Trade Zone designation? Orange County companies involved in the import/export industry stand to gain significant economic benefits by applying for and receiving a Foreign Trade Zone designation, including the deferral or elimination of customs duties and excise taxes. To learn more about how your company can benefit from a Foreign Trade Zone designation, join the Orange County Business Council and Port of Long Beach for a special Foreign Trade Zone Workshop on Wednesday, October 2. CLICK HERE to register. For more information, contact Matt Petteruto, Vice President, Economic Development.  

MODERNIZING EDUCATION TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A 21ST CENTURY WORKFORCE - OCT 3
Register today for the 2013 Workforce Development Conference, hosted by OCBC and the Orange County Workforce Investment Board. Under the theme "Preparing a 21st Century Workforce: The Common Core and Education Modernization," the conference will address current workforce trends and what is needed to prepare a workforce for a competitive, 21st century global economy. Featuring panelists: Jonathon P. Williams, Government Affairs Manager, Intel Corporation; Colleen A.R. You, President, California Parent Teachers Association; Al Mijares, Ph.D., Superintendent, Orange County Department of Education; and Joe Nunez, Executive Director, California Teachers Association. The conference will also unveil the 2013 Workforce Indicators Report with Dr. Wallace Walrod, Chief Economic Advisor, OCBC, and Andrew Munoz, Executive Director, OC WIB, analyzing the county's economic and workforce trends.
 

WHEN: Thursday, October 3, 2013 I 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

WHERE: The Island Hotel  I  690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach

COST: OCBC Member: $95  I  Non-Member: $125

                     

For more information, contact Leslie Dods, Director of Events. 

CSUF ECONOMIC FORECAST CONFERENCE -- FIRST OF THE SEASON, BE THERE! - OCT. 24

Join OCBC and the  Mihaylo College of Business and Economics at Cal State Fullerton for the 19th Annual Economic Forecast Conference, "Escape Velocity: Is the Economy There? Why Business Cares." The conference features Dr. Anil Puri, Dean of the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics, CSUF, Dr. Mira Farka, Center for Economic Analysis and Forecasting, CSUF, and Richard Davis, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, US Bancorp. Join hundreds of Orange County business leaders for the county's premier economic conference and learn the latest opportunities for business growth and how to plan for the future.

WHEN: Thursday, October 24, 2013  I  11:00 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.
WHERE: Hyatt Regency Irvine, 17900 Jamboree Rd., Irvine
COST: Individual: $150  I  Table of Ten: $1,250

             

For more information, contact Leslie Dods, Director of Events.   

NEW DATABASE PROVIDES VIEW OF CA'S EMPLOYMENT TRENDS

computer-work-group.jpg The California Business Roundtable, a Sacramento-based business trade group, unveiled a new database highlighting economic trends and job creation in California. Using state and federal employment data, alongside numerous government and private sector sources, the new Center for Jobs and the Economy provides monthly, quarterly and annual economic reports. The reports address three key issues:

  • Regional differences in California's economic recovery;
  • California's changing industrial structure under state policies and;
  • Types of jobs gained and lost as the state and regional economies respond to current policies.

In addition, the center will examine the impact of these key issues on California's economic diversity, public revenues and economic opportunities for the state's increasingly diverse population. CLICK HERE to view the website. For more information, contact Matt Petteruto, Vice President, Economic Development.

WANT TO SPEED UP ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING PROCESS?

null The Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) recently launched a revamped version of its business permitting website, CalGOLD.com. Operated by GO-Biz, CalGOLD provides businesses with information needed to comply with environmental and other regulatory and permitting requirements. CalGOLD also offers direct internet links and contact information to state, local, regional, and federal permitting authorities for more information. For more information, contact Matt Petteruto, Vice President, Economic Development.

AT&T EXPANDS, PROVIDES 100 JOBS TO ORANGE COUNTY WORKERS

null AT&T posted more than 100 job openings in Orange County and is looking to hire several hundred workers statewide, including in Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The Orange County jobs include about 65 premise technicians and splicing technicians to support advanced digital TV, high-speed internet and voice services. About 35 retail sales consultants, as well as call center and IT employees are also being recruited. The new positions, both part-time and full-time, are for AT&T retail stores and U-verse installation. AT&T invested more than $1.9 billion in wireless and wireline networks in the Los Angeles region over the past three years. As part of that investment, the company completed nearly 950 wireless network upgrades in six key categories during 2012, including activating new cell sites, adding capacity, upgrading cell sites to provide fast 4G LTE mobile Internet speeds, and deploying high- capacity Ethernet connections to cell sites. For more information, Alicia Berhow, Vice President, Workforce Development.

CALENDAR 2ND ANNUAL CALIFORNIA ECONOMIC SUMMIT - NOV. 7 IN LA

California Forward and the California Stewardship Network will once again host a statewide summit to grow jobs and spur California's economy with action teams and initiatives in Workforce Development, Manufacturing, Working Landscapes, Regulatory Reform (including CEQA Reform), Housing and Working Capital. YOU need to take part and help make the summit a success. OCBC's Lucy Dunn and former California HCD Director Cathy Creswell are co-chairing the Summit's Housing Initiative and are looking for committee members to help them develop a state action plan to meeting the need. For more info, visit www.caeconomy.org. Sign up now, pick your favorite initiative and join the pre-conference phone calls to refine the action team charters for success. CLICK HERE to register. For more information contact Matt Petteruto, Vice President, Economic Development.  

ORANGE IS THE NEW GREEN: GREAT PARK HOSTS 2011 SOLAR DECATHLON - OCT.  

The Orange County Great Park was chosen to host the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2013 and XPO October 3-6 and 10-13. Selected through a national competition, the Great Park will work with the Department of Energy to stage the event and showcase energy-efficient housing and clean energy technologies. This will be the first Decathlon held outside of Washington D.C. The Solar Decathlon is an award-winning program that challenges collegiate teams from across the nation and around the world to design, build, and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and attractive. It also promotes the education and economic benefits of renewable energy and energy efficiency. The winner of the competition is the team that best blends affordability, consumer appeal, and design excellence with optimal energy production and maximum efficiency. Visitors will be able to tour the renewable energy houses that combine energy-efficient construction and appliances at a specially-constructed Great Park Solar Village in the fall of 2013. Volunteers are wanted, CLICK HERE to register. For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.  

OCBC MEMBERS IN THE NEWS 

Nonprofits, Execs Forge Mutually Beneficial Ties - Check out OCBC Board Member Shari Battle of Bank of America!
Sports fields, giant chess boards set to debut at Great Park
Engineering group expands in Irvine
Another deal for Western Digital
Report: PIMCO Plans to Push "Alternative" Investments

For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.

NEWS YOU CAN USE: MUSIC ON THE GO     

Pandora: Listen to your own personalized radio. This app allows you to create a custom "station" that plays music you'll love.

Shazam: Tap the Shazam button to instantly tag, and then explore, buy, share and comment.This app recognizes music and media playing around you by a push of a button.

SoundCloud: Discover the best new music & audio. This app lets you hear fresh tracks from the world's largest community of musicians, bands, producers, and audio creators.

Applauze: Discovering sporting, theater and music events in major cities across the country. This app helps you score the hottest tickets in town fast and conveniently.

Songza: Working? Relazing? At the gym? This app plays you the right music at the right time. 

 

For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.  

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Gavin Herbert Eye Institute Opening - Wednesday, September 11

The Gavin Herbert Eye Institute opens its new 70,000-square-foot home on the UC Irvine campus. UC Irvine Health will hold a private ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday, Sept. 11, on the UC Irvine campus to celebrate the opening of the Gavin Herbert Eye Institute. It will take place from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the new building, near the corner of Bison and California avenues. For more information, call 949-824-0166 or email gheicelebration@uci.edu .

 

Closing the Latino Achievement Gap Summit - Friday, September 20 

California State University, Fullerton in collaboration with OCBC invites you to the 5th Annual Closing the Latino Achievement Gap Summit on Friday September 20, 2013, at California State University, Fullerton in the Titan Student Union, Portola Pavilions 

from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This year summit's theme is "Sin Fronteras/Beyond Boundaries: Addressing the 21st Century Opportunity Gap." The summit will provide leaders, teachers, parents, and community partners an opportunity to identify and discuss the most pressing issues related to Latino educational attainment, provide examples of promising practices, and move from dialogue to action in addressing the Latino achievement gap in Orange County schools. To sign up to receive additional information or to register visit www.ocachieves.org. 


14th Annual Orange County Arts Awards - Tuesday, September, 24

Join Orange County's art community at the 2013 Orange County Arts Awards on Tuesday, September, 24, 2013, held at the Samueli Theater, Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Dinner and Reception at 5:00 p.m. and Awards Ceremony at 7:30 p.m.

The awards will honor local artists for outstanding achievement and benefits Arts Orange County, the principal nonprofit organization providing services to artists and arts organizations in this community. CLICK HERE for more information. CLICK HERE for the registration form.

Internet Marketing Conference & Awards - September 25-27

OCBC members are invited to attend the IMPACT13 3-day internet marketing conference on September 25-27 at the Aria Convention Center in Las Vegas. Learn the best practices and techniques to build market share and business growth from the industry's leading experts, explores the latest tools and trends, and network with local and global leaders and professionals. Join us at IMPACT13 and discover ways to increase value to your organization and the Internet community. CLICK HERE for more information.

 

ArtsOC's 4th Annual FreeFall of the Arts - September 28 - November 3

Join the Arts Orange County in celebration of Nation Arts & Humanities this October, where twenty-four OC arts organizations will be giving Orange County residents the chance to experience the arts for free through the 4th annual "FreeFall" for the Arts" program. The public will be given until September 12 to enter to win free pairs of tickets to up to three different arts and cultural events across Orange County. CLICK HERE for more information.

 

OC Great Park to Host 2013 Solar Decathlon - October 3-13
The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2013 and XPO will take place October 3, 2013 to October 13, 2013 at the Orange County Great Park. This will be the first time the decathlon is held outside of the National Mall in Washington D.C. Teams representing the world's leading colleges and universities will compete in the 2013 decathlon to design, build and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient and attractive. The homes will be on display in the Solar Village, forming the center-piece of the XPO, a world's fair of clean, renewable and efficient energy. CLICK HERE
for more information. For those interested in serving as exhibitors, click here.

 

Fifth Annual Residential Landscape Gardening Open House and Vendor Fair - Saturday, October 5 

Join University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources to celebrate the fifth annual Residential Landscape Gardening Open House and Vendor Fair. The Open House and Vendor Fair is free admission and will take place Saturday, October 5, 2013 from 9AM-2PM at UC ANR South Coast Research & Extension Center located on 7601 Irvine Blvd, Irvine, CA. This event will include exploration of UCCE Demonstration Landscapes, fresh fruit tasting, presentations by UC experts about selecting plants for the local climate, and Q&A with UC experts and other professional agencies. CLICK HERE for more information. 

 

Girls Scouts of Orange County 2013 Celebrate Leadership - Friday, November 1 

Girl Scouts of Orange County invites you to support the 2013 Celebrate Leadership Event Friday, November 1, 2013 at The Island Hotel in Newport Beach. A prominent attraction of this event is the honoring of six exceptional women leaders, all Girl Scout alumnae, who are paired with a representative of today's Girl Scouts. Congratulations to 2013 Celebrate Leadership Honorees Ashleigh Aitken, Shannon Eusey, Donna Giordano, Joan Patronite Kelly, Ingrid Otero-Smart, and Laila Pence. For more information about sponsorship, underwriting or tribute opportunities to recognize Celebrate Leadership 2013 Honorees contact Charlotte Finklea at 949-461-8836 or cfinklea@GirlScoutsOC.org.

 

Irvine Chamber Joins IEDC in Hosting 2014 Leadership Summit- February 2 - 4, 2014

Join the Irvine Chamber of Commerce and International Economic Development Council for the 2014 Leadership Summit, February 2 - 4, 2014. The 2014 Leadership Summit will focus on the economic development industry's transition into the global economy. The conference will identify the skills that leaders in the profession must have to excel within international business models. CLICK HERE for more information.

UPCOMING OCBC COMMITTEE MEETINGS: SEPTEMBER
Latino Educational Attainment Committee Meeting
Thursday, September 12, 2013  I  9:00-10:30am

BizFedOC Meeting  
Friday, September 13, 2013  I  7:30-9:00am

Healthcare Task Force Meeting

Friday, September 13, 2013  I  12:00-1:30pm

Economic Development Committee Meeting
Monday, September 16, 2013  I  4:00-5:30pm

Economic Forecast Committee Meeting
Tuesday, September 17, 2013  I  11:00-12:00pm

Workforce Development Committee Meeting
Wednesday, September 18, 2013  I  7:30-9:00am

Community College Working Group Meeting
Wednesday, September 18, 2013  I  9:00-10:00am

Advocacy and Government Affairs Committee Meeting
Friday, September 27  I  9:30-11:00am

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 2013 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:   

 

NEW! PACIFIC SYMPHONY GROUP DISCOUNTS

Gather a group for live music and a great evening out with Pacific Symphony at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater this summer. From the music of Neil Diamond to Beethoven to the soundtrack of your favorite Pixar Movies; there's something for everyone this summer. These concerts are perfect for staff events, clients, partner organizations, groups of friends, and family. Groups of 10 or more save 20% or special seating in 3rd tier Upper Terrace at just $20 for groups only. Visit PacificSymphony.org for complete schedule, seating charts and concert information. Group discounts are available only through Group Sales at (714) 876-2384 or by email to Groups@PacificSymphony.org.

 

SAVE MONEY AND ELECTRICITY BY GOING SOLAR WITH SUNPOWER 

Have you considered solar for your home?  The world's leading solar manufacturer, SunPower Corporation, has joined OCBC and is offering OCBC investors (and their employees) a special discount on solar for your home.  Beyond a generous discount for us all, SunPower is also making a donation to STEM Education in Orange County for each residential system purchased through this program.  This is a great way to save costs on electricity and to support the local community at the same time. CLICK HERE to sign up for a free solar home evaluation and for more information on this special offer. 

 

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FROM TOSHIBA  

OCBC members receive special discounts on Toshiba LCD televisions, laptop computers and accessories. CLICK HERE for the discount website or call 1-800-405-3704 and reference PROGRAM ID: PAOB.

 

DISCOUNTED SHIPPING RATES
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://savewithups.com/ocbc/ or call 714.502.2577.
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