Collins-Day works as chief operating officer of the Mental Wellness Center in Santa Barbara. Council members are appointed by the governor from around the state and have diverse professional expertise in disabilities that may affect workers.
Education: Bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Cal State Los Angeles, master's degree in public administration from Cal State Los Angeles COMMERCE >> Art Chacon, an embattled Central Basin Municipal Water District incumbent, has been censured by his board for receiving a car allowance despite not having a driver's license for most of his eight years on the board.
He will be responsible for market development activities in the Greater China region, Japan and Korea. Steven is a Chinese native with 26 years of experience working in mainland China, the last 19 with foreign invested companies, where he accumulated a deep and highly diversified understanding into the operations and culture of western enterprises.
Concert goers, come enjoy the music of the Capitol Pops Symphony on Saturday, Nov. 1, at the Cameron Park Community Center gym. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the music starts at 7 p.m. The Capitol Pops Symphony has been performing since 1997.
STUDIO 395, a local non-profit arts cooperative, will be staging the 3rd annual Dia De Los Muertos Celebration to take place between 1 pm and 6 pm on Saturday, November 1, 2014 along Main Street in the historic Lake Elsinore downtown area. This event is being co-sponsored by the Lake Elsinore Valley Chamber of Commerce, the City of Lake Elsinore along with other community and business support.
A proposal to raise Los Angeles' minimum wage to at least $13.25 had its first public hearing Tuesday, with dozens of supporters and opponents packing City Hall's council chambers to offer sharply different views of the plan. Tuesday's hearing was held before an economic panel chaired by several City Council members, who ordered a study on the two proposals and asked for it to be completed by Feb. 1. Garcetti has stated he wants to see City Council passage of his minimum wage law in January.
County environmental health officials are asking the public for help after the discovery of a new invasive mosquito in San Diego County that feeds in daylight hours and can transmit several diseases. "We're urging people to look for, and to eliminate or report any standing water that could be breeding grounds for mosquitoes, outside their homes, but also inside their homes because these small mosquitoes like to breed inside too," said Elizabeth Pozzebon, director of the San Diego County Department of Environmental Health.
COMMERCE – The Central Basin Municipal Water District Board of Directors Monday voted to name Phil Pace, a Montebello developer and former Metropolitan Water District chairman, to head up a committee to find a new general manager. The board also voted to appoint its President, Robert Apodaca, and Director Phil Hawkins, to sit on the same committee to handle the search for a successor for Tony Perez, who was fired for cause on Oct. 9 by the board.
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Councilmember Blumenfield shakes hands with Jacob Segal of the Southern California Israel Chamber of Commerce , following the unanimous vote in favor of establishing the Los Angeles/Eilat Innovation and Cooperation Task Force. On the heels of a cooperative agreement signed in March between the governments of Israel and California, the cities of Los Angeles and Eilat built on a 55-year sister-city relationship, holding an inaugural task force meeting Oct. 20 at Los Angeles City Hall.
Presenting a possible curve ball to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's ambitious plan to boost the city's minimum wage, several City Council members on Tuesday called for another study of the mayor's proposal and said they want to explore exemptions for some industries. A motion signed by five council members seeks an independent study of both Garcetti's plan to raise hourly wages to $13.25 by 2017 and another City Hall proposal to push wages to $15.25 by 2019.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce announced its endorsement Tuesday of Assemblyman Dan Logue to represent the 3rd Congressional District and said his opponent Rep. John Garamendi has a worse voting record on business than Rep. Nancy Pelosi. Jennings Imel, with the chamber's offices in Los Angeles, said the endorsement of Logue, R-Loma Rica, over Garamendi, D-Walnut Grove, was an easy decision.