"As one who speaks to the needs of the U.S. business community within the President's Cabinet, listening to Deputy Secretary Andrews prior to meetings with Congressional and federal representatives will afford delegates the chance to hear first-hand what the administration is doing to build the economic workforce for today and tomorrow," said Peter Tateishi, Metro Chamber President and CEO. All twelve teams drafted papers outlining policy positions that can be reviewed on the Metro Chamber website .
Patient access "is central to me as a doctor and a person," said DeSalvo at a news conference at HIMSS. "I think everybody wants the same thing. We're at HIMSS through tomorrow, so keep sending us news at email@example.com and connect with us on Twitter @ arthurallen202, @ POLITICOPro, @ Morning_eHealth . The partnership will launch with a clinical trial in June. The new initiative would enroll patients into interventional studies addressing chronic disease. Physicians can use PracticeFusion to learn about new clinical trials.
A new garden filled with drought-tolerant plants will soon be blossoming at Casa Adobe De San Rafael Park, and it was made possible by a group of volunteers aiming to teach local residents about water conservation. The plants require little to no water to survive. The class of 14 adult participants got the OK from the city to move forward with the project, which took about two hours to complete. "I hope everybody will go Casa Adobe to see the garden and help California," she said.
LONG BEACH >> The second time was a charm for Daryl Supernaw, who rolled to victory Tuesday to become the next 4th City Council District representative. Chico was endorsed by Mayor Robert Garcia and seven of eight council members. Chico's gathering at EJ Malloy's near the Traffic Circle was bustling compared to Supernaw's and attended by numerous current and former elected officials. "They don't think their vote is going to make a difference," said Chico. With the next election a year away, Chico wasn't ready to commit to another run.
The Hat, a San Gabriel Valley institution known for huge pastrami dip sandwiches, will be opening a Riverside County location in Murrieta, according to city officials. Mayor Harry Ramos touted the arrival of the chain -- which has 10 locations in Southern California -- during his recent state of the city address and it was hyped by the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce in a newsletter. The restaurant is slated for the Sam's Club center off Murrieta Hot Springs Road, specifically the building that used to house The Hungry Bull .
The changes would also reduce the system's range. The towers are a key part of the project, conceived in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and paid for in large part by a federal grant. The county Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will take up the revised plan, which calls for stepped-up outreach to communities. Only two of the towers in the revised plan are in residential areas, Mallon said, with the rest in commercial districts, in unpopulated areas or along freeways. That can send help quickly and efficiently in a disaster.
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Few people know there is an election Tuesday in Long Beach, which means the next council person to represent about 50,000 people in District 4 will be chosen by few. Chico is strongly funded by unions and Supernaw is backed by the Chamber of Commerce. Chico has outspent Supernaw more than two-to-one. This isn't an issue just in District 4, it's one that California, Los Angeles County and Long Beach all share. In a small district, officials need to be visible and engaged. Whoever wins needs to know that its the voters who hold the key to their job.
Attendees met outside Deckers Outdoor Corporation to board one of two Santa Barbara Airbus vehicles. In the first bus, Sares-Regis Group regional president Russ Goodman kicked off the tour by talking about the complex where passengers sat, the one his company built: the Cabrillo Business Park on Hollister Avenue. Goodman outlined ongoing construction, saying the park was about to enter its third phase. Down Coromar Drive, Goodman highlighted open space, plans to restore wetlands and a building bought by UC Santa Barbara .
This process is aimed at focusing city resources on the top issues and not allowing them to be diluted by the more than 30 individual goals submitted by council members. The council agreed the top priorities for the city should be planning for a post-bypass Willits and Willits water security. The council agreed a top priority for the city was addressing the issues of water supply, infrastructure and conservation. Implement high priority infrastructure projects including the Main Street water line and 3,000,000 gallon tank relining.
Today's grand re-opening, co-hosted by the Pico Rivera Chamber of Commerce from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., is Duarte's way to repair his restaurant's reputation. "The city of Pico Rivera is a safe place to live, and Chuck E. Cheese is a safe and fun place to eat," he said. "He told me to call him when I got to work, and when I was leaving," Duarte said. About 30 other businesses and groups will be on hand to showcase their wares. Those in attendance will be presented with free prizes and tokens while supplies last.
And is on the public bus line. Galleries are open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 1 5 p.m. and by appointment. GEMS Flute Choir -- New members of all ages and levels are always welcome. We are a co-ed, all ages club. All first through fifth grade boys living in Pacifica and Daly City are welcome to attend. All boys and girls, ages 5-19, are welcome to join. March 29, April 26, May 24, June 28, July 26, August 23, September 27, October 25, November 29, and December 27. Outings are scheduled for the first and third Tuesdays of the month.
But the signs of its warehouse past are everywhere. That's exemplified in two 710 freeway studies released by Caltrans and Metro. This chunk is mostly about freight and would cost around $8 billion. They also cause a disproportionate amount of damage . There are other question marks. The Chinese are talking along the same lines. Additionally, electrified trains, depending how the power is produced, can be carbon-free. That's why, as the Wired magazine piece points out, we have the equivalent of Soviet-style bread lines on our roads.
City of Commerce, Calif. ' 99 Cents Only Stores is opening nine new stores in California between April 9 and April 11. The stores will be located in the communities of San Luis Obispo, Ontario, Sonora, Santee, Escondido, Tustin, San Bernardino, Cypress and South El Monte. 99 Cents Only currently operates 384 stores located in California, Texas, Arizona & Nevada.
A man sits by a Water Lily pond at the Marina Bay Sands in which a reflection of the financial skyline of Singapore is seen A man sits by a Water Lily pond at the Marina Bay Sands in which a reflection of the financial skyline of Singapore is seen The group that funded the 2013 trip to Poland where former utilities regulator Michael Peevey sketched out plans to charge customers most of the costs of the failed San Onofre nuclear power plant also paid last week for the chairman of the Assembly utilities committee to travel to Singapore.