Monthly Archives: June 2019

At Tech CU your branch is as close as your phone!    Your life is busy … work, kids, activities.  Sometimes it’s hard to find the time to not only manage your finances but also plan for your financial future.  It is said that people who plan for the future tend to be happier? After […]

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On June 3, San Diego City Council heard from the Office of the City Auditor on Community Planning Groups (CBGs). CPGs are integral components of the planning process and provide citizens with an opportunity for involvement in advising development projects and land use matters, general or community plan amendments, rezoning and public facilities. The City […]

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On June 11, the Public Policy Committee heard from the Downtown Partnership on their Family Reunification Program. The Family Reunification Program has assisted many individuals in returning home to friends and family. The goal of the program is to get homeless of the streets and into better living situations.

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On May 15, the City of San Diego’s Rules Committee passed an update to the City’s Inclusionary Housing Policy. Similar to the current policy, the new proposal gives builders a choice to incorporate at least 10 percent of the units as affordable housing into their projects or pay an in-lieu fee that will go to […]

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Millennial employees in San Diego want purpose, supportive supervisors who provide development opportunities, and affordable places to live. These are the findings of “Millennials at Work: The Purpose-Driven Generation” a new study from Chamber’s Foundation released May 23 that points to several key strategies for retaining millennial workers. Millennials are the largest segment of the workforce. […]

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With 20 years of professional practice, Patricio Orozco Loza has developed substantial expertise in the representation of the interests of foreign entities doing business in Mexico.  Patricio has served as Mexican counsel on international business transactions including the representation of International Banks to secure credits granted in Mexico. He also provides continued legal advice as Mexican […]

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Katharine LiMandri (18 and SDYL Board Member) has left SDCCU Holiday Bowl to start her own event company, Tidal Consulting. Jenna Brossman (18) has joined NV5 Global Inc., a professional engineering and consulting solutions provider that operates out of more than 100 locations worldwide, as an Integrated Marketing Specialist. Barbara Gerber (10), Founder and President […]

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The Chamber is proud to partner with UnidosUS Annual Conference, an exclusive experience gathering over 3,000 community leaders, activists, volunteers; elected and appointed officials; members of the corporate, philanthropic, and academic communities; college students; and youth. This year, the UnidosUS Annual Conference will be taking place in San Diego from Saturday, August 3 to Tuesday, […]

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