Monthly Archives: May 2020

As pioneers in the digital marketing industry, Paradigm Media has mastered a unique approach with growth strategies that will help your brand thrive in any competitive market. Paradigm Media leverages the power of paid media and affiliate marketing to connect brands with their ideal audience. Their data-driven and ROI focused approach will show performance beyond […]

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Since 1993, CAD/CAM Consulting Services Inc. (CCCS) has consistently been a Top 10 Worldwide Reseller of the world’s number one CAM software, Mastercam. CCCS offer expert service, support, sales, and training for a variety of innovative and leading-edge machining software solutions in Southern California, Hawaii, and Southern Nevada. CAD/CAM is trusted by Haas Automation (Oxnard, […]

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the U.S. General Services Administration announced the start of the Otay Mesa Land Port of Entry Expansion Project. The $137.2 million modernization and expansion project includes the expansion of northbound commercial truck inspection areas—increasing the pedestrian inspection facility from six to twelve lanes—and the construction of visitor parking and […]

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The Supreme Court in Mexico has ruled that Baja Governor Jaime Bonilla’s extended term of five years is unconstitutional. In 2019, Governor Bonilla introduced a state law allowing him to lengthen his two year term in office, a term previously shortened as an effort by Mexican authorities to synchronize electoral calendars nationwide. As a result, […]

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The temporary restrictions on non-essential travel across shared ports of entry between Canada, the U.S., and Mexico have been extended for an additional 30 days to June 22. The restrictions were first put in place in March to help control the spread of coronavirus. Initially, cross-border traffic decreased and as a result, U.S. Customs and […]

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the allocation of the full $300 million appropriated in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement Implementation Act to address trans-boundary pollution impacting the Tijuana River Valley. Funds will be used for the designing, planning, engineering, and construction of wastewater infrastructure at the border. The Chamber commends Senators Diane Feinstein and Kamala […]

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The City of San Diego’s Rules Committee has advanced an effort led by Councilmembers Campbell and Cate to omit the Midway Pacific Highway Community Planning Area from the existing Coastal Overlay Zone that was established by Prop D in 1972. Such a shift requires a vote of the people of the City of San Diego. […]

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On March 27th, President Trump signed HR 748, commonly known as the CARES Act, into law. This bill is the largest economic stimulus in history, allocating $2.2 trillion towards mitigating the health, safety, and economic effects of the coronavirus. The CARES Act dedicated $350 billion to support small businesses  through an expanded Economic Injury Disaster […]

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The State continues to move forward on allowing businesses to reopen. On Tuesday, Governor Newsom announced that counties approved for accelerated reopening, which includes San Diego, can move further into the Resilience Roadmap and begin to reopen hair salons and barbershops. Guidance for salon reopening can be found here. As with all business reopening in […]

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The County of San Diego has launched the Great Plates Delivered program, a state-funded initiative aimed at connecting struggling local restaurants to high-risk seniors to encourage staying at home by arranging delivery of three nutritious meals a day. The dual purpose of the program is to provide meals to adults 65 and older and adults […]

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