Monthly Archives: April 2019

We welcome to our region, Ambassador Carlos Gonzalez Gutierrez who will serve as the new Consul General of Mexico in San Diego. He currently serves as Consulate General of Mexico in Austin, Texas, and previously served in Sacramento’s consulate. Our Chamber had the opportunity to meet with Ambassador Gonzalez during our delegation trip to Mexico […]

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The Infrastructure, Housing, and Land Use Committee was briefed on the San Diego Grand Central Proposal. SANDAG recently approved the formation of an inter-agency committee to bring forward concepts for improving transportation to the airport, including the Grand Central Proposal. While still in the early phases, the San Diego Grand Central concept would provide a […]

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The Energy & Water Committee heard from the Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) and SANDAG on the current EV landscape in the San Diego region. In January 2018, former Governor Jerry Brown issued an executive order to put 5 million electric vehicles on the road by 2030. Currently, there are 500,000 electric vehicles on the […]

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Senate Bill 50 intended to boost housing density near public transit was advanced from the State Senate Committee on April 3, in a 9-1 vote. The bill’s main goal would allow for increased density and heights of residential buildings along transit corridors, near employment centers, and near quality schools. The Infrastructure, Housing, and Land Use […]

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On April 4, the Chamber was at the City of San Diego’s Planning Commission speaking in support of the Preserve, the Class A employment center along the 56 Corridor. The Preserve proposes an employment center in proximity to residential development, providing an opportunity for decreased commute times and alternative modes of transportation. The project will […]

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Both the Infrastructure, Housing, and Land Use and Public Policy Committee heard from Mayor Faulconer’s staff on the new regulations for dockless scooters and bikes to improve public safety. Highlights of the proposal include: limiting the maximum speed of motorized scooters in designated zones, vehicle staging and parking, rider education, data sharing, fees and legal […]

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Ryan Ginard (San Diego Young Leaders) has been hired by National University as Chief of Staff, where he will help to catalyze systems change in education, civil discourse and philanthropy through the Sanford Programs. Tammy Carpowich (Impact ’16 & Advance ’18) has joined the San Diego County Office of Education Integrated Technology Services team as Senior Director of […]

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Skyriver IT is a San Diego based managed IT services provider. Our custom solutions have helped many local businesses solve technology challenges and take the frustration out of IT. We have found that approaching IT with a business-centric, rather than technology-centric mindset have helped to solve many of our client’s challenges. We focus on your […]

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Why introPulse? Employers use introPulse recorded interview questions to conduct the first round of interviews. This allows candidates and employers to interview faster. Save time on phone screens and scheduling conflicts. End the hassle of scheduling phone screens and free-up recruiter and managers time. 1. Improve Productivity Video interviews replace time-consuming phone screens with video recorded […]

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