Let me start by saying congratulations to our new CD7 councilwoman, Monica Rodriguez. I sincerely know she will do great things for our community and look forward to working alongside her. My next congratulations goes out to all of the 2017 graduating classes. You have worked so hard for this day. Let the caps fly
On Tuesday, March 28, the Sunland-Tujunga Chamber of Commerce joined Fatburger and Buffalo's Express in Lake View Terrace to celebrate their grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony. Images provided by Fatburger & Buffalo's Express of Lake View Terrace.
The Sunland-Tujunga Chamber had another fun and successful networking mixer at the Crescenta Valley Family YMCA in March. Special thanks to our hosts, YMCA of the Foothills and Castle Construction! Our next mixer will be on Wednesday, April 19 at Link N Hops. (Map) Here are a few pics from the event!
The Back Door Bakery & Cafe did a delightful job hosting the Chamber’s February mixer on February 15. We were pleased with the overwhelming attendance which included dignitary Assemblymember Laura Friedman’s office and Senator Anthony Portantino’s office, several CD7 candidates, the Sunland Tujunga Neighborhood Council President and members, and of course our wonderful and supportive residents.
The Sunland/Tujunga Chamber was off to a great start this New Year! January proved to be a busy month for the Chamber as we enthusiastically welcomed new board members and bid farewell to Chamber friends that dedicated their time to improving our neighborhood. The Chamber’s annual installation at the Angeles National Golf Course did not
Department of Public Works seeking comments and suggestions: Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance
[excerpted from an email from Kimi Kawashima, Contract Compliance Analyst at the Los Angeles Department of Public Works] The City of Los Angeles recently approved the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance (FCIHO). This law will go into effect in January 2017. The goal of this law is to remove some of the employment
There are a number of new employment laws that will take effect in 2017. Please take a look at the below infographic provided by the California Chamber of Commerce to make sure you understand what is changing and what is expected from business owners. Please note: new posters are required January 1, 2017 at each