Monthly Archives: January 2019

Crowne Plaza San Diego-Mission Valley is located minutes from popular San Diego attractions including SeaWorld, Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo, USS Midway Museum, Old Town and the Gaslamp district. Guests staying with us have easy access to Pacific Beach, Ocean Beach, La Jolla Shores Park, La Jolla Cove, and Mission Bay Park. These are great […]

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We are a contact lenses distributor based in Rancho Bernardo, specializing in disposable contact lenses. Since our inception in 2002, our company has never wavered from our original mission: to act as a staunch ally to independent eye care professionals (ECPs). Over the years, we had forged close relationships with our doctors in order to […]

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The American Red Cross of San Diego/Imperial Counties prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. We serve more than 3.6 million people and cover nearly 10,000 square miles in San Diego and Imperial Counties as well as American Samoa. Local Red […]

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San Diego needs you to help us account for our homeless! Volunteers are needed for the Regional Task Force on the Homeless Point in Time Count on Friday, January 25th. Join leaders, advocates, and community members and help us understand the needs of our region’s homeless population. Find a check-in location near you at https://rtfh.volunteerhub.com/.

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Over the past year, issues surrounding trade, border security, the environment, and infrastructure improvements have put a spotlight on our border region. Now, with a new Presidential administration in Mexico, it is important that we share our region’s story of successful collaboration and reaffirm our commitment to the U.S.-Mexico relationship. We can’t do it alone. We need all […]

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Nearly $3.6 billion in trade takes place daily between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, and 14 million jobs in the U.S. are supported by trade within North America. The CaliBaja region is globally competitive because of our strong collaborative relationship. In fact, San Diego and Baja California’s integrated manufacturing supply chain is valued at $2.5 […]

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A revised trilateral agreement was reached last September which will govern more than $1.3 trillion worth of trade between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. If approved, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) would replace the North American Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA. While the two documents are largely similar, USMCA updates various chapters in NAFTA and […]

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President López Obrador visited Tijuana earlier this month to present a new program he calls Zona Libre or “Free Zone” which aims to encourage economic development along Mexico’s northern border. This decree is now in effect through 2020. The Free Zone covers the entire 1954 mile border with the U.S. and an area of 12 […]

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As a new two-year legislative cycle kicks off, there remains plenty of unfinished business from 2018. Things to watch: housing will continue to be top of mind, bills that focus on planning for increased density along transit corridors, local jurisdiction accountability to meet housing targets, and more controversial ideas like rent control will be a […]

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