As many of you may be aware the County of Santa Cruz recently completed the first draft of an Environmental Impact Report on cannabis cultivation for the unincorporated areas of the County. This document, which is only the 3rd County-level EIR to be completed within the State, and of them is surely the most comprehensive, […]
The State of California Employment Development Department will be hosting a State Labor Law & Payroll Tax Seminar in Capitola on October 5th from 9am to 3:30pm. Reserve your spot on the EDD website or by calling 888-745-3886.
The Unified Corridor Investment Study Workshops have been rescheduled! The new dates and locations are: Tuesday, Oct 3, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Live Oak Elementary School Multipurpose Room 1916 Capitola Rd in Live Oak Tuesday, Oct 3, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Live Oak Elementary School Multipurpose Room 1916 Capitola Rd in Live Oak Please join the discussion about […]
SCCBC is proud to co-sponsor UCSC’s upcoming The Original Thinkers Series on September 22, 2017. MEANINGFUL ACTIVISM IN THE TRUMP ERA Federally funded research and data are under siege. Learn how a UC Santa Cruz professor is working to preserve valuable environmental data and safeguard policy – and how you can help protect current and […]
During the last week of August the Santa Cruz Area Chamber of Commerce hosted what’s called a “Community Leadership Visit” or CLV for short. This was a 3 day/2 night trip all across the Bay Area to study how different communities are addressing issues like housing, transportation and transit, economic development, and even homelessness. Our […]
Khalil Moutawakkil of KindPeoples recently spoke to our Board regarding the state of the cannabis industry in California and Santa Cruz County. His presentation was both informative and insightful and we appreciate him taking the time to share with us. Click the image below to view the presentation.
Watch Business Council Vice Chair Michael Termini of Triad Electric and SCCBC Executive Director Robert Singleton comment on the rail corridor in a recent segment featured on KION Central Coast. The interview was in response to the SCCBC endorsement of a trail only option. The segment focuses on safety and why the Business Council favors […]
Dear Business and Community Leaders of Santa Cruz County, On June 15th 2017, the Santa Cruz County Business Council Board of Directors voted unanimously to endorse the building of a “multi-use, contiguous trail, with separate pedestrian and bike lanes, down the center of the corridor” over the potential future option of having an active rail line, and […]