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Advocacy Policy

If you are interested in the Chamber's advocating for your issue, please see the San Rafael Chamber Policy for Advocacy.

2017 Actions:
January 16- CEO, Joanne Webster attends Special City Council Study Session on Prop 64- Cannabis
February 3-Senator Mike McGuire attends Coffee meeting with Chamber and discusses CA economy, transportation, housing and immigration
February 6- Chamber attends City Council meeting and speaks on proposed sidewalk and tree maintenance policy
February 21- Chamber accepts resolution from City of San Rafael Recognizing Business of the Year Nominees
February 24- CEO, Joanne Webster attends North Bay Chambers Legislative Summit
March 23- Chamber Board takes legislative action and opposes AB199. Sends letter to Sacramento and joins coalition to fight the bill.
March 23- Chamber Leadership attends special townhall meeting with Senator McGuire on homelessness 
April 6- Chamber Leadership speaks out at Business Issues Committee Meeting relative to parking challenges around the new public safety center 
April 18- Governmental Affairs Committee meets with Supervisor Connolly to discuss top legislative priorities:housing, transportation, environment and education
April 18- Chamber Leadership participates in Downtown Parking and Wayfinding Task Group and weighs in on proposed zoning and land use changes