Do you know of a piece of local or statewide legislation that affects our business community or your industry sector? Are you passionate about a particular political topic or bill at-hand? If your answer is "yes," then the Chamber highly encourages you to bring these issue to the attention of our organization. The Chamber can only take a stance on those issues that we are informed about. As members of the Chamber, we rely on you to keep your eyes and ears alert for those issues that may require Chamber action or support.
The Public Policy Committee, which meets the second Wednesday of every month at 7:45am, continues to advocate for local business. With the approval of recent projects such as the Equity Office Sepulveda Boulevard beautification initiative and the approval of the initial AEG stadium and convention center MOU, it is exciting to see our efforts come to fruition!
Please join the Chamber's advocacy efforts in its pursuit of local economic healthy.