Executive Action Directs Storm Flows to Recharge Groundwater
By Brenda Bass - Cal Chamber - March 15, 2023 California’s recent storms have pounded the state, quickly moving the state from extreme drought to flood conditions. Since January, California has seen repeated flooding across the state and multiple feet of snow in the higher elevations as one atmospheric river after another dumps precipitation. The fact that California has an abundance of precipitation but no way to store it has made national news. The Wall Street Journal recently highlighted the issue,
With All This Rain and Snow, Can California Really Still Be in a Drought? Look Deeper
Only weeks after a series of atmospheric rivers deluged California, the state is once again bracing for powerful winter weather that could deliver heaps of rain and snow, including fresh powder at elevations as low as 1,500 feet. But as worsening climate extremes and water supply challenges continue to bedevil the state, officials cautioned residents Tuesday not to assume that the recent moisture signaled an end to the drought. The entire state remains under a drought emergency declaration that Gov.
All Love Collections Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening.
The Glendora Chamber of Commerce was pleased to help All Love Collection with a ribbon cutting to celebrate its grand opening. All Love Collections is a Facial Spa that offers its Vegan Beauty Bar and Products to Glendora and the surrounding cities. Their motto is that they help you take the facial out of the spa and the guesswork out of skincare. Since 2016 with the opening of their first location in Old Town Pasadena, the new Glendora location brings All Love Collection’s products and services east of
Governor Issues Order to Increase Water Held in Reservoirs
By Brenda Bass -February 17, 2023 (Cal Chamber) Earlier this week, Governor Gavin Newsom issued an Executive Order intended to allow officials to hold more water in reservoirs. The order updates an earlier one issued last March. Specifically, the order maintains the prior California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) suspension for projects that prioritize efficient uses of water, which has been utilized by groundwater recharge projects, among others, in the past year. New in the latest order is a
Identifying The Best Time to Change
Perfect timing foe a newsletter subject right at the end of one year and the begging of another. A high concentration of homogeneous players operating in a single market leads to elevated consumer satisfaction levels and the inability of a company to provide a consumer with preferred services and products which leads to consumer switching. To avoid such disastrous consequences and remain in competition, many companies would resort to different means of change. There could be a change in management
Tru Bowl Superfood Bar Glendora Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting
The Glendora Chamber of Commerce was pleased to help Tru Bowl Superfood Bar Glendora with a ribbon cutting to celebrate its grand opening. Tru Bowl Superfood Bar Glendora is the sixth location for the Tru Bowl franchise. The new Glendora location is owned by franchisee Lucy Manalo, also an Art Teacher at Glendora High School, & her husband Erwin. Lucy and her family learned about Tru Bowl after Lucy experienced an illness and was out of work for several months. Wanting to eat healthier, the family loved
At Citrus College, high school students can earn college credit with dual enrollment
By Patricia A. Rasmussen, Ed.D.Citrus College Governing Board Member Over the years, dual enrollment has provided high school students from across California with an opportunity to take college classes on their own high school campus – free of charge. By taking part in this program, which is also referred to as Early College, high school students can earn both high school and college credit. In Citrus College’s case, dual enrollment has benefited thousands of students at nine high schools in the San
Cal/OSHA Extends COVID-19 Regulation for 2 Years
By Robert Moutrie - December 16, 2022 The Cal/OSHA Standards Board voted 6-1 yesterday to continue California’s COVID-19 regulation until December 2024. As part of the transition from an emergency COVID-19 regulation into a nonemergency one, Cal/OSHA has made some changes that will improve feasibility for California’s workplaces.What Stays the Same for Workplaces? The basic framework of the nonemergency COVID-19 regulation is going to be familiar to human resources professionals and lawyers who have