On February 28th, CVCC hosted their second Appetite for Advocacy meeting. Appetite for Advocacy is a monthly meeting open to members and non – members where the Chamber discusses political advocacy efforts and bills that will affect business.
This month, Leia Fletes, San Bernardino County Chief of Government Relations gave attendees a county wide legislation update. Bills such as SB 75 regarding Superior Court Judges, the potential listing of the Western Joshua Tree as an endangered species, and more were discussed.
The Chino Valley Chamber advocates for our member businesses by sending in letters of support or opposition to bills such as those listed above. We do this through discussion with our Legislative Action Committee, made up of member businesses, who vote for or against bills.
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If you would like to attend the next Appetite for Advocacy or be part of our Legislative Action Committee, please contact email@example.com.