OCBC Leads Advocates For Housing, Infrastructure Investment To CA Capitol
OCBC led a delegation of 60 business and academic leaders to Sacramento last week for the first leg of its annual One Voice, Two Capitols Advocacy Trips. While at the state capitol, OCBC met with numerous legislative and agency leaders to discuss the state’s infrastructure, housing, workforce development and general economic needs. OCBC and trip attendees stressed continuously throughout the meetings that in order for the state to meet its climate change goals, there needs to be a focus on adequate housing for residents, as well as an investment in transportation. Looking at the issues facing the state separately is not working; rather, a holistic approach of considering an interconnected system between all of California’s needs is critical. CLICK HERE to read more. For more information, contact Bryan Starr, Sr. Vice President, Government Affairs.