A historic coalition, comprised of City of L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, the L.A. Area Chamber and the L.A. Federation of Labor, came together in opposition to Measure S, the ill-conceived and dangerous housing ban on the March 7th ballot.
Taste of the Chamber 2017 was held on Jan. 25, and featured an evening of networking surrounded by delicious food and drinks provided by member restaurants and caterers.
Thank you to participating vendors:
85 degrees, Asian box, Bread Crumbs, the Corner Bakery, Maggiano's, The Spot, Sprinkles, Sugarbird, Tepeyac and Tequilla Sports Bar, Weho Sausage Co., Flowers by Sam and Fanciful Gift Baskets and Fine Food.
The Chamber, elected officials and Department of Transportation Secretary Foxx came together in celebration of federal funds committed to the Purple Line Extension, Phase 2.
Measure S, the building moratorium slated for the March 2017 city ballot, would worsen Los Angeles's affordability crisis, cost the city nearly $2 billion in lost economic activity, and rip a $70 million-plus hole in the City of Los Angeles budget each year, according to an economic impact report produced by Beacon Economics.
Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania joined the Chamber for a meeting on current health care initiatives.
Photos from the Chamber's 2016 Cash for College Convention!
3rd Annual State of L.A. Infrastructure