Monthly Archives: June 2022

  Are you running your business, or is it running you? Is your business growing profitably and as quickly as you would like? Cultivate Advisors are offering a FREE 2 hour Business Assessment to determine areas of opportunity for improvement and provide you with a roadmap of action items that will impact your business. They’ll […]

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New State Regulations Ban Watering of Non-functional Grass    As of May 24, new statewide regulations prohibit watering decorative grass in common areas of subdivisions and homeowners associations, as well as on commercial, industrial, and institutional properties.     The watering ban applies to non-functional turf grass defined as grass that is “solely ornamental” and not […]

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The 9th Summit of the Americas took place this month in Los Angeles and covered a diverse agenda to drive innovative solutions for a brighter future across the continent. During the summit, President Biden announced the Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity, a historic new agreement to drive our hemisphere’s economic recovery and growth. The Americas […]

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The City of San Diego’s Land Use & Housing Committee voted to support Councilmember LaCava’s Community planning group reform proposal. The Chamber is proud to be part of a broad coalition, including Circulate San Diego, NAIOP, BOMA, and the BIA, in support of the item.     The Land Use and Housing Committee’s area of responsibility […]

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The Chamber presented to the San Diego City Council COVID committee this week to discuss: Positive unemployment numbers that came out last week The role of the Chamber in supporting the business community through COVID – including guidance to all businesses on workplace regulations and over 150,000 units of free PPE being distributed Ongoing challenges: […]

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Mayor Todd Gloria signed the $5 billion “Ready to Rebuild” fiscal year 2023 budget the same week it was passed unanimously by the San Diego City Council.    The $5 billion budget includes $3.6 million towards a housing stability fund, and additional funding for homeless outreach in the Downtown & urban core, a small business […]

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California Budget

  Budget season is nearing the finish line as the California legislature reached an agreement on the 2022-23 state budget. The budget totals $300 billion and prioritizes education and housing.    The Governor’s office issued a statement that there is still more work to be done on the key details of the proposal so stay […]

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The Chamber was proud to lead efforts that led to a collaboration agreement between Tijuana Economic Development Corporation, Smart Border Coalition, San Diego Economic Development Corporation, San Diego Tourism Authority, Tijuana Development Council AC, Tijuana Tourism and Conventions Bureau, and Business Coordinating Council of Tijuana in an effort to strengthen and advance the San Diego […]

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  Aginelo Enterprises, LLC is based off three values; IMAGINE. BUILD. LEAD. Their mission is to be a leading entertainment enterprise that showcases the true spirit of collaboration in arts and entertainment, through film and other media. A life spent in front of and behind the camera, Angelo Lobo’s story is one of passion and […]

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Do you know a person or organization making substantive change in our region? We want to recognize the inspiring work happening all around us and those leaders making a difference in our community at the annual Visionary Awards on September 14, at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina. Submit your application/ nomination today for the following […]

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