The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce today said it is challenging chambers across five California urban centers to generate the highest 2010 census participation rate.
The SF Chamber will post daily updates at www.sfchamber.org on the percentage of residents in each city to complete and mail back the 2010 census form to the Census Bureau.
The competition will continue for five weeks, with the winner announced on April 28. Read More
San Francisco business leaders are asking Mayor Gavin Newsom not to leave his post as the city’s chief executive to run for lieutenant governor.
Amid all the rumors and talk about Newsom possibly jumping in to the lieutenant governor’s race, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce leaders want to meet with Newsom this week, hoping to sway him. Read More
Expect the showdown between labor and business interests to be especially spirited this year.
On the first working business day of 2010, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce President Steven Falk sent an “action alert” to the organization’s members urging them to actively support budget cuts and chase away any tax measures. Read More
The regional sales manager for Recology will speak at the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce today as part of a monthly public policy forum. The discussion will address The City’s new universal recycling and composting ordinance and resources that are available to help comply. Also among speakers is Jack Macy, commercial zero waste coordinator for the Department of the Environment. Read More