Monthly Archives: July 2021

The Team at Ryan Companies believes in the value of the buildings they design, develop, manage and construct. Not just for their dollar value, but the value they bring to the people who use them and the communities that surround them. For more than 80 years, this belief has driven Ryan Companies to take a […]

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At LEAD San Diego, we believe in empowering leaders for positive change. Each year, we take time to recognize the inspiring individuals who are making a difference in our community at the annual Visionary Awards . We are now accepting nominations through July 30. Nominate exemplary leaders in the following award categories: The Neil Morgan […]

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Passion Fit™ is a health, wellness and fitness company based in San Diego. The mission of the company is to empower people to flourish both personally and professionally through wellness. Passion Fit serves individuals, companies, non-profits, schools, universities and the media to help people transform their lives through a focus on fitness, nutrition, mindfulness, positive […]

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Winery, vineyard and orchards on the 23,000-acre ranch provide picturesque setting for business retreats, weddings and more. Rancho Guejito Vineyard is celebrating California’s reopening with the expansion of its event capacity, providing an exciting new venue option for business retreats, weddings and more – surrounded by the ranch’s unmatched natural beauty. Located in the heart […]

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The City of Chula Vista will hold a series of redistricting workshops to allow the public to submit questions, suggestions, and relevant information for consideration. Redistricting occurs every decade following the release of census data to redraw boundaries for the four City Council districts. Take a look here for additional information on the upcoming workshops […]

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Following our binational region’s leadership, Texas donated 50,000 doses of the J&J vaccine to their Mexican neighbors. The cross-border vaccination program will first cover manufacturing workers in Ciudad Juarez. Our local cross-border vaccination program was a success thanks to the leadership of the Mexican Consulate, San Diego County, and UCSD Health. Over 26,000 workers of […]

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The City of San Diego’s Development Services Department continues to make online improvements as part of their #DigitalDSD initiative to modernize DSD workplace systems, increase construction productivity, and improve the customer experience. Included in these improvements are a small business and restaurant assistance program and online permitting for building, grading, and engineering. The Chamber is […]

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Vice President Kamala Harris visited the U.S.-Mexico border last month joined by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. The trip to El Paso came a few weeks after their visit to Mexico City and the announcement of a shared agenda to foster U.S.-Mexico cooperation. An agreement was also made on economic development and trade-related […]

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Temporary restrictions on non-essential travel across shared ports of entry between Canada, the U.S., and Mexico were extended for an additional thirty days to August 21. With northbound waits of up to six hours at the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry during the past months, border restrictions and delays continue to impact businesses across […]

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In the last few years, we’ve seen significant progress on several of our region’s key priorities like USMCA, the new North American free-trade agreement, solutions to address pollution issues in Tijuana River Valley, and completion of landmark border infrastructure projects. Reaching these milestones is a testament to the power of our region’s longstanding commitment to […]

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