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Tuesday, August 27, 2013 

CA HIGH SPEED RAIL: THE REPORTS OF MY DEATH HAVE BEEN GREATLY EXAGGERATED

On Friday, August 16, a California Court issued a partial ruling in the Tos lawsuit -- a Kings County-based suit alleging that the CA High Speed Rail Authority and others did not comply fully with Proposition 1A, a ballot measure approved by California voters authorizing high speed rail. Newspapers from across the state signaled this as a major set-back for the innovative infrastructure project. In the ruling, the judge found that there were problems with the funding plan submitted by the Authority in November 2011; but he clearly stated that the California Legislature had the discretion to appropriate the funding as it did in previous legislation, similar to last July's SB 1029, and that the Court has no ability to reverse that. Therefore, the funding remains in place, and the Authority continues to move forward toward a 2013 groundbreaking for the project.

 

Furthermore, the November 2011 draft plan discussed in the Court's ruling was overhauled significantly during preparation of the 2012 Business Plan and it was this revised 2012 Business Plan that was in front of the Legislature when it voted. The revised 2012 Business Plan addressed the problems identified by the Court.  

 

As Mark Twain said after hearing that his obituary had been published in the New York Journal, "The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated." For more information, contact Bryan Starr, Sr. Vice President, Government Affairs.

GOV. JERRY BROWN NEEDS TO HEAR YOUR SUPPORT FOR OCBC SPONSORED SB 751

OCBC sponsored legislation successfully passed both houses of the California Legislature and now heads to Governor Jerry Brown. SB 751 (Yee) would achieve greater public transparency from local public boards, commissions and other local regulatory agencies by requiring that they record and publish the votes of their individual members. As a matter of practice, many local government agencies have resisted public requests for recording and publishing of individual member votes. This practice is frustrating for members of the public that have an interest in how individual members of a given agency vote on specific issues. SB 751 seeks to remedy this issue by amending the Ralph M. Brown Act - California's open meeting law. The law's intent is that the actions and deliberations of public commissions, boards and councils in California be conducted openly (Government Code section 54950). If enacted, SB 751 would amend the Brown Act to require that all votes be individually recorded and published for public review.

 

Policy decisions made by public boards affect the overall economic viability of respective regions. The business community, environmental advocates, transportation agencies and local governments all have a stake in the outcomes of public policy decisions. It's important for the public to be able to hold voting members of a legislative body accountable for their votes. SB 751 will increase transparency and make accountability possible. CLICK HERE to contact Governor Brown today and express support of SB 751.  

 

Organizations in support:

Association of California Cities, Orange County, California Apartment Association, California Building, Industry Association, California Business Roundtable, California Common Cause, Building Industry Association of Southern California, Orange County Business Council (Sponsor), Orange County Taxpayer's Association, Inland Empire Economic Partnership, Los Angeles Area Chamber Of Commerce, Los Angeles County Business Federation, Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation

 

For more information, contact Bryan Starr, Sr. Vice President, Government Affairs.

OCBC URGES AMENDMENTS TO SB 731 TO ENSURE COMPREHENSIVE CEQA REFORM

For the past few years, businesses have been seeking a solution to CEQA's restricting laws. Unfortunately, this year's CEQA modernization bill, SB 731(Steinberg), falls short in its current form. As written, SB 731fails to protect agencies and project proponents, creating more opportunities for abusive lawsuits against projects that have already fulfilled CEQA requirements and other state laws. Gov. Jerry Brown's administration voiced that SB 731 can be a meaningful reform if it is amended in a way that it eliminates abuse without endangering the environment. Orange County Business Council agrees with Governor Brown and urges amendments to SB 731 that include:

  • Incentivize projects that comply with SB 375 and AB 32 and contribute to greenhouse gas reduction. These projects should have increased certainty that they will be able to move forward without the threat of meritless CEQA lawsuits.
  • Increase transparency in CEQA litigation and prevent litigation abuse, as under current law parties in CEQA litigation can remain anonymous. Opportunities for projects to achieve remedies outside the courtroom should also be created.
  • Ensure CEQA litigants are held accountable for costs associated with preparation of the records required for CEQA litigation, as currently plaintiffs have no responsibility for the costs of such litigation.

For more information, contact Bryan Starr, Sr. Vice President, Government Affairs.

EMPLOYEES AND SPOUSES FEEL THE PINCH AS COMPANIES COMBAT "OBAMA-CARE" COST SPIKES

In the wake of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) implementation, businesses continue to explore ways to save on health care costs and now a major company announced they will no longer be insuring 15,000 spouses of some of their non-union employees starting in 2014.  UPS, attributing the health law, will remove thousands of working spouses from its medical plan if they are eligible for coverage elsewhere. The ACA requires large employers to cover workers and dependent children but not spouses or domestic partners. Experts point to the ACA consequence forcing employers to eliminate spouses saying the move might spare companies from paying the "Cadillac tax" on high-value plans that take effect in 2018. The move by UPS is expected to avoid approximately $60 million a year in additional costs. While UPS is the first high profile company to make the change, it should be noted that 4 percent of large employers excluded spouses if they had similar coverage where they work and an additional 8 percent plan to do the same in 2014.

 

In anticipation of ACA implementation, companies have increasingly explored strategies to eliminate spouses off their plans. Due to ACA, one large company began charging employees who enroll working spouses a $1,000 annual penalty, rising to $1,500 in 2014. While companies recognize that overall health spending continues to rise, employers blamed cost increases on the ACA's research fee, which doubled from $1 to $2 per health plan member, and a "temporary" fee of $63 per member to "stabilize new online marketplaces for consumers buying directly from insurers," according to an article in USA Today. With the delay of the ACA starting in 2015 instead of January of next year, employees can and should expect to see major companies using the time to try and come up with solutions to combat the high costs of health care, while being respectful of the needs of their employees. For more information, contact Alicia Berhow, Vice President, Workforce Development.

COMMON CORE STANDARDS PREPARE STUDENTS WITH SKILLS FOR FUTURE WORKFORCE

California is one of 45 states that officially began implementation of the Common Core StandardsThe recently passed and signed state budget set aside $1.25 billion for operations that will set new standards highlighting critical thinking and problem solving skills essential to prepare students for success. The Common Core Standards, which were drafted by state education officials and governors in both parties, is largely funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and is supported by business organizations and teachers unions across America. The Common Core Standards are designed so that students from kindergarten through 12th grade acquire the same skills and knowledge in reading and math, regardless of where they live in the United States. Previously, academic standards varied broadly among the states and that makeshift environment is moderately responsible for the mediocre rankings of American students in international comparisons. Students will be required to learn how to write and back up answers with evidence, a necessary skill for the business industry and workforce on whole.

 

The Common Core standards do not dictate curriculum, which is essential for local control. Instead it allows individual states to decide what to teach with instructional materials decided on by local school boards with community input.  States such as California have rolled out the standards at different paces but all are expected to have them in place by the 2014-2015 school year. More than half of Americans to date have not heard of Common Core and are just now beginning to understand the changes taking place. OCBC will be addressing the Common Core Standards and the impact it will have at the 12th Annual Workforce Development Conference on Thursday, October 3, along with releasing the annual Workforce Indicators Report. For more information, contact Alicia Berhow, Vice President, Workforce Development.

CHILDREN AND FAMILIES COMMISSION CONTINUES IT'S MISSION OF EARLY INVESTMENT

The Workforce Development Committee welcomed Christina Altmayer, Executive Director, Orange County Children and Families Commission on August 21. Altmayer shared with the committee the goals of the Commission and discussed the future of Prop 10. In 1998, the State of California passed Prop 10 which added an additional 50 cents to a pack of cigarettes. The funding was allocated to all 58 counties in the state to be used for early childhood development. While revenues have declined due to less people in the state smoking, the commission continues to run the program efficiently and maintain local control of how the funds are spent. Being that Orange County is a donor county, it's one of the few programs in the state where the region can claim that "It gets its fair share."  

 

The Commission works diligently to ensure that every child from birth until five-years-old is healthy and ready to learn entering elementary school. They achieve this through four primary initiatives: ensuring the overall physical, social, emotional and intellectual health of children; providing early care and education opportunities for young children to maximize their potential to succeed in school; supporting families in ways that promote good parenting; and ensuring an effective delivery system for child and family services through quality staff, efficient operations and continual performance measurement. An early learning specialist is in every elementary school district in the county to provide educational opportunities to close the Achievement Gap. The Commission also works with homeless shelters to ensure families with children have a safe, secure place to live and support services to strengthen the family. And through its health initiatives, more children are receiving immunizations and getting the proper check-ups with doctors. As a result of the commission, the county has improved the health and well-being of the future workforce. For more information, contact Alicia Berhow, Vice President, Workforce Development.
WHAT SKILLS DO THE FUTURE TOURISM, RETAIL, HOSPITALITY WORKFORCE NEED?

Workplace Learning Resource Center in San Diego is doing an industry scan on the retail, hospitality, and tourism sector. The study is to provide direction toward aligning community college workforce training with retail, hospitality and tourism (RHT) industry needs.  The study is seeking input from employers, organizations and stakeholders in RHT willing to participate in this survey conducted by BW Research. Primarily focused on non-technical and work readiness skills, the main objective of the study is to determine what the skill gaps are for entry-level and non-entry level workers in the RHT industries located in Southern California (Los Angeles, Orange, Imperial and San Diego counties). All OCBC members are invited to participate in the survey! CLICK HERE to take the 10-15 minute survey. The research will conclude on August 30. For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.

OCBC CONGRATULATES NEW DIRECTOR OF OC WASTE AND RECYCLING - DYLAN WRIGHT

County of Orange Logo Recently, Dylan G. Wright was selected to serve as the new director of OC Waste and Recycling. Wright has 17 years of public and private sector solid waste industry experience. He has served as Interim Director of OC Waste and Recycling since May 2013, having previously held positions of Deputy Director for Business Services and Government & Community Relations with the department. Wright joined the County in April 2001 as an Engineering Technician III with the Integrated Waste Management Department, now known as OC Waste & Recycling. He became a manager in the department's Contract Administration Unit in May 2004, advancing in August 2006 to become Manager of Waste Disposal Contracts. Wright received his Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Pepperdine University and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from California State University, Long Beach. He is also a graduate of the Orange County Leadership Academy, a County leadership development program. For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.  

NOMINATE A PROGRAM TODAY! TURNING RED TAPE INTO RED CARPET DEADLINE IS SEPT. 13
OCBC is now 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.

HOW WILL COMMON CORE STANDARDS EFFECT OC'S EDUCATION? LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS - 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. The conference will also unveil the 2013 Workforce Indicators Report with OCBC Chief Economic Advisor Dr. Wallace Walrod analyzing the county's economic and workforce trends. Speakers to be announced!
 

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

WHERE: The Island Hotel, 690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach, CA (note location)

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

                     

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

HOW WILL UPCOMING POLICIES AND ECONOMIC TRENDS AFFECT YOUR BUSINESS? 

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.   

SAVE THE DATE FOR OCBC'S ANNUAL DINNER - FEBRUARY 20, 2014
SAVE THE DATE! OCBC is pleased to announce the 2014 Annual Dinner will take place on Thursday, February 20, 2014. Mark your calendars for this exciting gala event featuring a prominent keynote speaker and the installation of OCBC's 2014 Chair and Board of Directors. More information coming soon! For more information, contact Leslie Dods, Director of Events. 
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: UCI RANKED 3RD GREENEST COLLEGE IN THE NATION 

University of California, Irvine was ranked the third-greenest college in the nation by Sierra Club environmental group, which is the highest of all other University of California campuses. The ratings are based on a weighted index of dozens of criteria developed by Sierra Club - including whether a college uses green cleaning products and whether it has a financial investment policy that considers environmental impacts. The 1,475-acre campus is powered by a 19-megawatt cogeneration facility and other energy-preserving projects helped the school save 20 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year since 2009. Their 4,600 solar panels generate enough power to run 500 homes for a year. The campus also has many student-led campus clubs that focus on sustainability and eco-literacy. UC Irvine ranked No. 9 last year and has been in the Sierra Club's top 10 for four consecutive years. Some 162 four-year U.S. colleges voluntarily submitted data and were ranked this year. For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.  

OCBC MEMBERS IN THE NEWS 

For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.

NEWS YOU CAN USE: DINING OUT MADE EASY    

Urban Spoon: Get help deciding where you want to eat. Shake your iPhone and the Urbanspoon slot machine will suggest a restaurant.
Foursquare: Find great places to go with money-saving specials and rewards. This app allows you to see where friends like to go, as well as record and share where you've been.

GrubHub: Search all of your nearby delivery and pickup options. This app allows you to view menus and saves past orders, making them available for easy reordering. 

Matchbook: Keep track of all the wonderful places you discovered. This app helps you remember and organize places you love or want to try.   

Yelp: Use this app to search for places to eat, shop, drink, relax, and play. This app allows you to browse reviews to read what's great in your city.

  

For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.  

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Give (Back)Packs to Fullerton Unified School District - Friday, September 6 

Join CL7 Communications, Inc. in a Fullerton fundraiser to raise money for 1,000 backpacks for kids in need of them. You can support this fundraiser by donating in increments of $25, $100, $500, or $1000 which will buy and fill one backpack for every $25 donated. This project will culminate with a "packing party" on Friday, September 6, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at EV Free Fullerton, North Campus 120-2904 Brea Blvd, Fullerton CA, where everybody is invited to help out to assemble the backpacks. CLICK HERE for more information or would to donate to help out the cause. 

 

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.  

 

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.

UPCOMING OCBC COMMITTEE MEETINGS: SEPTEMBER
Advocacy and Government Affairs Committee Meeting
Friday, August 30, 2013  I  9:30-11:00am

Infrastructure Committee Meeting 
Tuesday, September 10, 2013  I  7:30-9:00am

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

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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If you have questions on how to get connected with OCBC online, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager, at 949.794.7220 or dmoore@ocbc.org.
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