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    Friday, July 19, 2019
    By  CalChamber - July 19, 2019 The following list summarizes top priority bills for the California Chamber of Commerce and their status as of July 12, when the Legislature began its summer recess.  Download a Print-Friendly PDF of the Final Status Report here. Within each subject area, the list presents bills in order of priority with the highest priorities at the top. The CalChamber will ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Friday, July 19, 2019
    Tables are available at the upcoming Education Fair held on August 10, 2019, at the Fullerton Community Center.  To host a resource table at the event, click this link.  Please register soon to guarantee a space for your organization at the event!  All registrations must be received prior to August 5th, 2019.  For additional information or questions regarding the event, please contact Chris ...read more
    Categories: Business Training
    Thursday, July 18, 2019
    U.S. Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer Neil Bradley released the following statement today after the House passed H.R. 748, the “Middle Class Health Benefits Tax Repeal Act of 2019.” The Chamber issued a key vote in support of passage of the bill. “We commend the House for passing this legislation, which would repeal the so-called “Cadillac Tax.” The Chamber ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Wednesday, July 17, 2019
    WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. home construction slipped last month as an uptick in the building of single-family homes was offset by a big drop in apartment construction. The Commerce Department said Wednesday that construction was started at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.25 million in June, down 0.9% from 1.27 million in May. Construction of single-family homes rose 3.5%, but apartment ...read more
    Categories: Chamber News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Wednesday, July 17, 2019
     Jul 15 2019 -  Compensation -  Vannessa MaravillaFailing to timely pay an employee who quits or is terminated is very expensive for employers. The Labor Commissioner’s Office issued citations totaling almost $600,000 in unpaid wages and penalties to a Southern California-based construction company. Additionally, the general contractor who subcontracted with that company for a project was held ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Wednesday, July 17, 2019
    Fullerton Grocery Outlet  is partnering with Pathways of Hope on a path to end hunger in our community. The campaign is scheduled to continue through the month of July! Customers may purchase a pre-packaged bag of groceries at the Fullerton Grocery Outlet for $5 you will get a $5 bounce back coupon . There is also an option for the customer to round up their purchase to the nearest dollar with ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Monday, July 15, 2019
    For the 28th consecutive year, Measure M is delivering transportation improvements to Orange County, as promised to voters. An independent oversight committee closely monitors the expenditure of funds generated by this voter-approved sales tax measure. At its annual Measure M public hearing, the Taxpayer Oversight Committee unanimously found that the Orange County Transportation Authority ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Monday, July 15, 2019
    California lawmakers approved a multibillion-dollar plan Thursday to shore up the state’s biggest electric utilities in the face of catastrophic wildfires and claims for damage from past blazes caused by their equipment. It requires major utilities to spend at least $5 billion combined on safety improvements and meet new safety standards, and it creates a fund of up to $21 billion that could ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Monday, July 15, 2019
    The U.S. budget deficit widened by 23% to $747.1 billion in the first nine months of the fiscal year, as rising spending eclipsed a small bump in revenue from the Trump administration’s tariffs.   Federal expenditures increased to $3.36 trillion in the period from October to June, up 6.6% from a year earlier, the Treasury Department said on Thursday. Revenue rose by 2.7% to $2.61 ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Monday, July 15, 2019
    By Martha C. White, NBC News Contributor Chinese demand for American goods has tanked — evidence that economic damage from the trade war isn’t just hurting China, but the United States, as well. On a year-over-year basis, Chinese imports of American goods dropped by 31 percent in June. Economists say this indicates that the Chinese economy, which was already decelerating, is continuing to slow ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Monday, July 15, 2019
    People in Paradise lost their homes and most of their town, and then came more shocking news: Paradise’s water is contaminated with benzene, which is known to cause cancer.  Intense heat from the fires created a combination of gases that were ultimately sucked into water pipes. The contamination is widespread, and experts say it will take up to two years before residents can drink, cook, brush ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Monday, July 15, 2019
    The Beautification-Environmental Commission awards program recognizes residents who take pride in living in Buena Park! The City of Buena Park is now accepting nominations for properties that display beautifully landscaped lawns, well kept homes and buildings with unique features that enhance neighborhoods in Buena Park. Award Criteria: -Homes or Businesses that display beautifully landscaped ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Monday, July 15, 2019
    Five job killer bills that will significantly increase costs for California businesses continued to move through the legislative process as lawmakers headed home for the summer recess last week. This year, the California Chamber of Commerce identified 31 job killer bills that would harm California’s economic growth and creation should they become law. Opposition from the CalChamber and allied ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Monday, July 15, 2019
    This month, the U.S. economy will have been growing for 121 months, the longest run since records began in 1854. Yet history suggests that expansions don’t last forever. What might cause a recession? Unemployment is at a 50-year low and inflation is subdued and the household-debt-to-GDP ratio is declining. There are few signs of excesses in financial markets like the subprime mortgage lending ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Friday, July 12, 2019
    As Mayor of Fullerton, I share the public’s concern about the Officer involved shooting from Friday, July 5th.  I understand the need for information and want to assure you that I have been in constant communication with Fullerton Police Chief Dunn about our internal investigation as well as the investigations by the Anaheim Police Department and the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.  For ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy, Member News
    Friday, July 12, 2019
    The Downtown paid parking pilot program kicks off on Thursday, July 18, 2019.  Please note that this is a change of date from July 11.  An informational flyer can be viewed and downloaded here:  Paid Parking Pilot Program Flyer   For more detailed information on the pilot program and how to pay, answers to frequently asked questions, and to provide comments/questions, please go ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Friday, July 12, 2019
    The ground breaking ceremony Wednesday for construction of the Buena Park Homeless Navigation Center brought together a partnership of officials from cities, nonprofits, the County of Orange and the State of California. Attendees gathered in the late afternoon at the site bringing with them clothing and hygiene product donations. The Buena Park Homeless Navigation Center, a product of the ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy, Member News
    Thursday, July 11, 2019
    HR Watchdog - By Jessica Mulholland Hotter temperatures and no school for the kids means many employees are using up their vacation time. In fact, nearly six in 10 workers (58 percent) save their vacation time for June, July and August, according to a recent Accountemps survey. Respondents plan to take an average of 10 days off during these summer months. With its great summer weather and ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Wednesday, July 10, 2019
    By Spencer Custodio New homeless shelters in Fullerton could be opening soon after the City Council voted to declare a shelter crisis in the city to ease building laws that would hamper shelter construction.  “I think we need to move forward with this. I’m done waiting. I’ve watched this Council for the past eight years do nothing and we are now on this Council and we’ll do something,” ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy, Member News
    Tuesday, July 09, 2019
    LA Times Endorses Dynamex Fix July 9, 2019 CalChamber Hundreds of rideshare and on-demand delivery drivers are scheduled to rally at the State Capitol at 12:30 p.m. today, July 9, to urge the Legislature to create a policy that will protect their ability to work as independent contractors. Coming on the heels of a Los Angeles Times editorial calling for a fix to the Dynamex decision that will ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Tuesday, July 09, 2019
    The 2019 California Food Expo agenda is now available and features the food industry’s most significant topics: Retailer and Foodservice Future Trends, Transparency & Sustainability, Food Brand Pioneers and more. Sponsors, exhibitors and qualified buyer attendees can expect to hear from the food industry’s most trusted research firms and top executives from California’s leading food ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Monday, July 08, 2019
     July 8, 2019 Karen Sarkissian A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed bill that will further increase health care-related expenses for California businesses passed the Senate Health Committee last Wednesday. AB 731 (Kalra; D-San Jose) threatens employers with higher premiums by driving up administrative costs and imposing a burdensome rate review process for health plans and insurers in the ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy, Member News
    Monday, July 08, 2019
    July 8, 2019 Karen Sarkissian General, Health Care Much of the Legislature is committed to identifying a path to achieving universal health coverage in California. With the most obvious barrier to that being the extraordinary cost, why would a bill that will significantly increase health plan administrative costs be making its way through the Legislature? In 2017, achieving universal health ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy, Member News
    Friday, July 05, 2019
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Days after the U.S. Supreme Court halted the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau has started the process of printing the questionnaire without the controversial query. Trump administration attorneys notified parties in lawsuits challenging the question that the printing of the hundreds of millions of documents for the 2020 counts would ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Wednesday, July 03, 2019
    Fullerton College, Cypress College and North Orange Continuing Education (NOCE) have partnered with Pathways of Hope to increase services for the most vulnerable students struggling with food and housing insecurity at each of the three schools. The North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD) and Pathways of Hope launched this partnership on July 1, 2019. Through the partnership, ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Tuesday, July 02, 2019
    California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has released its report, Assuring Election Integrity: A Comprehensive Ecological Framework for Evaluating Elections in Southern California, which followed a yearlong effort to develop and implement a wide variety of tools to study the integrity of elections in Orange County. The report’s findings concluded, “Across our major analytical studies, we ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Tuesday, July 02, 2019
    Richard Nixon Foundation President Hugh Hewitt announced today two events at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library in Yorba Linda that will lead America’s and the world’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing in 1969, the first step humankind took off the planet, a truly historic moment that captured the world’s imagination and enthusiasm 50 years ago and continues to ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Tuesday, July 02, 2019
    The Workplace is a podcast by CalChamber that provides expert and entertaining commentary on issues critical to California employers and employees. Episodes will include discussions about California employment laws, legislative proposals, and national and state politics. Commentary on the podcast should not be considered as legal advice.In the latest episode, released on June 25, CalChamber ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Tuesday, July 02, 2019
    In California, where there’s smoke, there may be a wildfire – and new legislative action. Starting with smoke: on Thursday June 27th, the Cal/OSHA’s Standards Board met and heard comments on a revised draft of the wildfire smoke regulations that have been bouncing around the Division since December of last year.  As I discussed in a recent podcast, ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Tuesday, July 02, 2019
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The California Senate approved on Monday what some lawmakers have called a carrot-and-stick approach to the state’s housing crunch by setting aside $2.4 billion to address housing and homelessness while setting up a process to punish cities that consistently flout the state’s housing policies. The plan comes amid tensions between housing rights advocates and local ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Tuesday, July 02, 2019
    Adding sizzle to your holiday is important, but so is ensuring it stays a celebration rather than becoming a dangerous situation. “Illegal fireworks cause thousands of injuries and tremendous property damage each year,” says Captain Tony Bommarito, Public Information Officer for the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA). “Even Safe and Sane Fireworks carry inherent dangers without proper ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Monday, July 01, 2019
    With $10 million in funding, an ambitious timeline and a champion in Gov. Gavin Newsom behind it, the Legislature this week passed legislation for a statewide education data system that will follow children from infancy through the workplace. The marching order for what Newsom is calling a Cradle to Career Data System is included in a lengthy bill elaborating on the 2019-20 state budget for ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Monday, July 01, 2019
    The Orange County Conservation Corps (OCCC) is pleased to announce it has been awarded $813,677 from the CAL FIRE's Urban and Community Forestry, Proposition 68 Parks and Water Bond Fund (Prop 68) Grant Program. The funding will allow OCCC to plant 100 trees in Anaheim and care for an additional 150 trees while employing and training at-risk youth on the importance of urban forestry and ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Monday, July 01, 2019
    The Orange County Conservation Corps is pleased to welcome three new members to our Board of Directors. They are:Bob Koontz: A radio broadcaster for more than 30 years, Bob was most recently VP Station Manager at ESPN Radio in Los Angeles. Prior to ESPN Radio, he held positions with KLOS/KABC and KMPC. At KLOS, Bob produced the Mark and Brian Celebrity Golf Tournaments, which generated more than ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Monday, July 01, 2019
     July 1, 2019 Adam Regele Identical job killer bills that will substantially disrupt the state’s economy by placing an overly broad, unrealistic source reduction, recyclability and compostable mandate on virtually all manufacturers of single-use packaging used in California are moving in the Legislature. The California Chamber of Commerce is opposing AB 1080 (Gonzalez; D-San Diego) and SB 54 ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Friday, June 28, 2019
    Eight bills authored by Senator Ling Ling Chang (R-Diamond Bar) have passed out of key committees and the Assembly Floor this week. These proposals support veterans, improve public safety, and promote good digital citizenship.   "I'm pleased to receive bipartisan approval," said Senator Chang. "California has so much to offer including being at the forefront of some of the biggest advancements ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Friday, June 28, 2019
    By Robert Moutrie - June 28, 2019 A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed job killer bill that will profoundly change unemployment insurance (UI) in California and create long-term costs for the state and businesses awaits action in the Senate. AB 1066 (Gonzalez; D-San Diego) will provide unemployment benefits to striking workers even though they are not looking for work and have a job waiting ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Friday, June 28, 2019
    By Allan Zaremberg - June 28, 2019 Labor protections are meant to address certain situations where there is an imbalance in control between the employer and employee. But when the workers themselves control their working conditions, are these labor protections still necessary? The heart of the debate over independent contracting in the gig economy is how can we improve protections for gig ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Friday, June 28, 2019
    The City of Fullerton, along with eleven other North Orange County cities, entered into a Settlement Agreement with the plaintiffs in the Orange County Catholic Worker, et al., v. Orange County, the City of Anaheim, the City of Costa Mesa, and the City of Orange (Case No. 8:18-cv-00155 DOC (JDE)).  The joining by the twelve cities of the North Service Planning Area (North SPA) on their own ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Thursday, June 27, 2019
    Tens of thousands of Californians have come off the Social Security disability payroll and gone back to work, part of a national trend that reflects a surging U.S. economy, a shift toward less conventional work and tighter supervision of what qualifies a worker for disability benefits. The number of adults in California collecting Social Security disability benefits fell by nearly 50,000, or ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Wednesday, June 26, 2019
    In this episode of The Workplace, CalChamber Executive Vice President and General Counsel Erika Frank, and CalChamber Executive Vice President Jennifer Barrera discuss the status of several employment law proposals being considered by California lawmakers. While some of the bills that would have impacted employers — including expansion of sick leave — have been stopped for the time being, others ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Wednesday, June 26, 2019
    Labor protections are meant to address certain situations where there is an imbalance in control between the employer and employee. But when the workers themselves control their working conditions, are these labor protections still necessary?  The heart of the debate over independent contracting in the gig economy is how can we improve protections for gig workers, without losing the control and ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Wednesday, June 26, 2019
    This year, U.S. Chamber of Commerce has already launched over a dozen new initiatives and programs of work. Check out some of the latest initiatives below, and click here to download the full infographic.  1. Health Policy Advisory Board A new advisory board formed to help the Chamber develop a comprehensive legislative and regulatory agenda to drive greater value in health care.   2. ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Wednesday, June 26, 2019
    The California Public Utilities Commission approved the start of the next construction phase for four new dairy biomethane projects, approving contracts signed between SoCalGas and four biogas project developers to build the infrastructure connecting each biomethane facility to the SoCalGas pipeline system. When complete the projects will have the ability to produce enough renewable natural gas ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy, Member News
    Wednesday, June 26, 2019
    Mitsubishi Motors North America is moving from its home on Katella Avenue in Cypress to Nashville, Tenn., while opening a hub in Riverside that it will share with Nissan Motors. (Courtesy of MMNA)Orange County Register - By Jack Katzanek | jkatzanek@scng.com |PUBLISHED: June 25, 2019 at 10:28 am | UPDATED: June 26, 2019 at 8:42 am  Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA), which has had its ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Tuesday, June 25, 2019
    No Public Hearing Set as Proposed Rule Now Encompasses Small Businesses Small businesses, including many without in-house air specialists, may soon be required to report air emissions, according to a draft regulation that is advancing without a public hearing. The California Chamber of Commerce raised concerns this month about the latest draft regulation the California Air Resources Board ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Tuesday, June 25, 2019
    The California Legislature voted Monday to tax people who refuse to buy health insurance, bringing back a key part of former President Barack Obama’s health care law in the country’s most populous state after it was eliminated by Republicans in Congress. The tax now heads to Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, who proposed a similar plan in January — an indication he will likely approve it. The ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Tuesday, June 25, 2019
    Project RAISE, a regional alliance in STEM education with California State University, Fullerton, is currently seeking corporate partners to participate in its Summer Internship Program, which connects transfer students to paid summer opportunities in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) fields. The program would like to offer opportunities with leading Orange County ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Tuesday, June 25, 2019
    There’s an exciting new buzz at Fullerton College. Beginning in fall 2019, first-time college students who enroll at Fullerton College will receive a tuition-free college experience under the expansion of the North Orange Promise Program. The North Orange Promise Program is an extension of the Anaheim Pledge which launched in fall 2018 and has since served more than 800 graduates from Anaheim ...read more
    Categories: Member News
    Monday, June 24, 2019
    Four out of every 10 companies in Los Angeles will consider leaving California if voters approve the split-roll property tax initiative that has qualified for the November 2020 ballot, according to a Los Angeles County Business Federation poll.   The split-roll initiative, which proponents call the Schools and Communities First Initiative, would require reassessment of business and industrial ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Monday, June 24, 2019
    Share:     Inside the Capitol features hot legislative issues for the week along with CalChamber call to action requests on business legislation.HOT ISSUES for the Week of June 24, 2019Tuesday, June 25Environmental Regulation OPPOSE AB 161 (Ting; D-San Francisco): Paper Receipt Ban — Would mandate most businesses in California to offer customers electronic or paper receipts, or an option to ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Friday, June 21, 2019
    By  Erika Pickles -June 21, 2019  A local minimum wage applies to our nonexempt employees. When the minimum wage increases on July 1, does that mean the salary test for our exempt employees also increases? There are 11 cities and one county that have minimum wages which increase on July 1. These increases to the minimum wage rates apply only to an employer’s nonexempt employees. The increases ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy, Member News
    Friday, June 21, 2019
    By  Jennifer Barrera   -  June 21, 2019   An anti-arbitration bill identified by the California Chamber of Commerce as a job killer passed through the first Senate committee to consider it this week. The Senate Labor, Public Employment and Retirement Committee approved AB 51 (Gonzalez; D-San Diego), which prohibits arbitration of labor and employment claims as a condition of employment. AB ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Friday, June 21, 2019
    In 2016, the California Legislature passed a bill that laid the foundation for a state-run retirement plan, and in 2018, the final governing regulations were adopted. Eligible employers can begin to register for the CalSaversRetirement Savings Program (CalSavers) on July 1. CalSavers is a retirement savings program for private sector workers whose employers don’t offer a retirement program. ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy, Member News
    Friday, June 21, 2019
    Four local businesses were recognized by North Orange County Chamber for their innovation and success at the organization’s annual Business Excellence & Leadership Awards on June 19. The celebratory evening also honored outgoing board members and served as the regional chamber’s annual membership meeting. A custom designed award was presented to each recipient by Chamber President & CEO, Theresa ...read more
    Categories: Chamber News, Member News
    Friday, June 21, 2019
    North Orange County Chamber (NOCC) installed its 2019-2020 Board of Directors at the Business Excellence & Leadership Awards at Summit House on June 19. Jennifer Fitzgerald, Mayor Pro-Tem, City of Fullerton, introduced the executive committee and board of directors and officiated the ceremony. Michael Williams of Williams Insurance, incoming chair of the NOCC board, recognized the organization’s ...read more
    Categories: Chamber News, Member News
    Thursday, June 20, 2019
    Before and after photos of railroad property in Placentia, cleared in April 2019! Across its network, BNSF is grappling with an overwhelming increase in homeless encampments along the tracks and on railroad property. In fact, California accounts for 20% of the nation’s homeless population. BNSF is very concerned about the safety risks of these encampments. In response, BNSF created a community ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy
    Thursday, June 20, 2019
    This past weekend, Congressman Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) attended the dedication of the Fairmont Booster Pump Station in Yorba Linda and toured PepsiCo’s bottling facility in Buena Park. On Monday he toured the district St. Jude Medical Center in Fullerton. “As we strive for sustainable investments in our local businesses and infrastructure, facilities like the new Fairmont Booster Pump ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy, Member News
    Thursday, June 20, 2019
    New regulations for safety in the workplace are in motion as Cal/OSHA looks to protect employees from detrimental effects of working near or around California wildfires. In this episode of The Workplace, CalChamber Executive Vice President and General Counsel Erika Frank and CalChamber Policy Advocate Robert Moutrie discuss proposed regulations that will require employers to provide respirators to ...read more
    Categories: Legislative and Advocacy, Member News
    Monday, June 10, 2019
    Every ten years, after the federal census, California must re-establish the boundaries of its Congressional, State Senate, State Assembly, and State Board of Equalization districts to reflect new population data and shifting populations. The Voters FIRST Act gave this power to California citizens ensuring that new and fair political boundaries are drawn without special interests, politics and ...read more
    Categories: Chamber News, Legislative and Advocacy
    Tuesday, May 28, 2019
    Arborland Montessori Children’s Academy cultivates future leaders by applying and teaching the Montessori Method of Education – an innovative, child-centered approach to education developed by Dr. Maria Montessori. Arborland is one school with two campuses in Fullerton—one on Hughes Drive and the other on Valencia Drive. However, the faculty, students and parents all function as one community. The ...read more
    Categories: Member Highlight, Member News
    Monday, May 20, 2019
    The West Orange County Community Emergency Response Team or CERT Program is comprised of those who live and/or work in Buena Park, Cypress, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Rossmoor, Seal Beach, Westminster and their attached communities. The West County CERT Program’s primary purpose is to educate people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact them at home, at work, or at play. The ...read more
    Categories: Chamber News, Legislative and Advocacy, Member News
    Monday, January 14, 2019
    Ocean Subaru of Fullerton: Share the Love  Ocean Subaru of Fullerton, located on Euclid in Fullerton, shares the love with customers and the community. While the dealer offers a variety of new and used Subaru models, loan and lease options, and car service and maintenance, they also support partnerships benefiting organizations throughout the community. According to General Manager, Kevin Kim, a ...read more
    Categories: Member Highlight, Chamber News, Member News
    Monday, January 07, 2019
    Pickled Monk: A Little Spot for Everybody   A neighborhood hub for folks to drink and grub, Pickled Monk is “a little spot for everybody,” described Chelsea Coltman, general manager of the new downtown Fullerton establishment.   Upon entering, guests are directed to the host stand by black carpet and deep orange railings. There, they are welcomed with warm smiles and greetings from the staff ...read more
    Categories: Member Highlight, Chamber News, Member News