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    Tuesday, September 27, 2022
    The San Rafael Chamber of Commerce and its Board of Directors have announced their endorsements for the two open seats on the San Rafael City Council and the Division 1 Board seat on the Marin Municipal Water District (MMWD). For the San Rafael City Council, the Chamber has endorsed incumbents Maribeth Bushey in District 3, and Eli Hill for District 2. The Chamber sees these candidates as strong ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Economic , Advocacy, Community, Press Release
    Monday, September 26, 2022
    Weed And The Workplace: California’s New Law Protecting Employee Cannabis Use Governor Newsom has signed AB 21881 into law that will create anti-discrimination protections for individuals that use cannabis while off duty and away from the workplace, with exceptions for certain industries, such as building, construction and those subject to federal drug testing regulations. Importantly, AB 2188 ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Economic
    Monday, September 26, 2022
      California Bans Mandated Parking Near Transit to Fight High Housing Prices, Climate Change Citing the need to address California’s twin crises of housing affordability and climate change, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill that bars local governments from mandating parking spaces as part of most development near transit stops. Critics say the new law could backfire, but supporters argue ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Advocacy, Economic
    Thursday, September 22, 2022
    I'm very proud to announce that my chiropractic clinic is now a certified Green Business. Thanks Mark Chhabria for all that you do.  Dr. Linda 
    Categories: Community, Green
    Monday, September 19, 2022
    The City of San Rafael announced that they are continuing the street parklet dining program, now known as the Streetary Program. Initiated during the COVID-19 pandemic, the program has ensured the continued success and vitality of our restaurants and businesses hit hard by the pandemic. As you may know, the City authorized the existing streetary program through a temporary emergency COVID-19 ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Economic , Community
    Thursday, September 15, 2022
    In addition to residential customers, eligible small businesses also receive an electric California Climate Credit. An eligible small business is defined by the CPUC as any non-residential customer on a general service or agricultural rate, whose usage doesn't exceed 20 kilowatts in more than three months out of the previous 12-month period (or for the previous calendar year, for Liberty Utilities ...read more
    Categories: Economic