Monthly Archives: November 2020

In 1951, The Arc of San Diego began as a small group of determined parents who were concerned about achieving the best for their children. Today, The Arc of San Diego has grown to be the largest, most comprehensive provider of services to children and adults with disabilities in San Diego County and serves more […]

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KMG Psychiatry is an integrative psychiatry practice that delivers high-quality, comprehensive care to the communities of San Diego, National City, and Hollywood California. Led by renowned board-certified psychiatrist Ankur Bindal, MD, MPH, FAPA, FAASM, KMG Psychiatry strives to help individuals heal, energize, and become aware of their inner strengths. Dr. Bindal and the KMG Psychiatry […]

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Doors of Change (aka Photocharity) is a 501(c)(3) organization that has been fulfilling their mission of helping homeless youth get off the streets of San Diego since 2001.The organization has utilized teaching music and art as a way of gaining trust quickly with homeless youth and has helped place over 2,000 youth in safe housing. […]

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  San Diego Paper Box Company was acquired in 2018 by Pemcor Investment Corporation and subsequent to the acquisition, significant investments have been made enhancing the company’s facilities and production capabilities, building on the proud 100-year plus history of San Diego Paper Box Company. Pemcor Investment Corporation was founded in 1992 and has been active […]

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Sanitizing Solutions was founded with a simple idea in mind: creating clean, safe, and hygienic environments. The company is committed to providing the highest quality disinfecting and sanitizing solutions to the commercial, residential, industrial, and healthcare industries resulting in safe and hygienic environments through the use of the latest disinfecting technology and hygiene systems. The […]

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There’s a new 7-Eleven® store in town, and it’s unlike any you’ve ever seen. The company that founded convenience retailing just opened a new “Evolution Store” at 3504 El Cajon Blvd., one of just a handful in the U.S. You may be thinking: what is an “Evolution Store?” These distinctive stores serve as real-time experiential […]

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Baja’s COVID-19 Update

Baja’s Secretariat of Health issued a report of COVID-19 rates across the state compared to other areas of Mexico and the world. The report includes a map with confirmed and active cases per neighborhood and hospital occupancy at the state’s COVID-19 designated centers. As a result of an increase in new COVID-19 cases across the […]

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The International Boundary and Water Commission recently hosted a public session which was followed by a Binational Core Group meeting. The meeting was composed of representatives from the Commission and federal, state, and local stakeholders including the Chamber. A recording of the public session is available here and includes presentations on a sediment basin feasibility […]

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Baja Governor Jaime Bonilla submitted a legislation proposal that would require local Mayors to request a leave of office to state authorities –rather than to City Council. The legislation would also enable the Governor to submit candidates for Interim Mayor. In addition, the proposal outlines that if two candidates are rejected by Congress, the Governor […]

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The International Tribute Awards, our annual celebration of the Cali-Baja region’s commitment to binational collaboration will be taking place virtually on Tuesday, December 1. Join us as U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Christopher Landau shares his thoughts on the future of the U.S.-Mexico relationship. We will also recognize outstanding individuals and businesses that have made a […]

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