August 11, 2015 Indicator

Study confirms CEQA lawsuits target transit, renewable energy, housing; ocbc applauds la transfer of ont back to local control; LAEDC Study: petroleum reduction mandates would dramatically harm ca economy; Hurdles remain for agreement on trans-pacific trade partnership; OCBC’s economic development committee discusses the power of big data; OCBC’s habitat for humanity build day–join us! August 20; House Majority Whip Steve Scalise promises OCBC members regulatory reform; Congressman Lowenthal visits OCBC, understands transportation user fee trends; Less for many: ‘opportunity gap,’ income disparity, poverty grows in orange county; Significantly fewer homes for sale in mid-2015 compared to same time last year; and more!

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