L.A. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CALLS ON
MAYOR, CITY LEADERS TO ‘PUT L.A. BACK TO WORK’ AT ACCESS CITY HALL
That’s the headline on Chamber’s final call for you to register for Wednesday’s Access City Hall event in City Council Chambers. Register today at lachamber.com as business leaders challenge the mayor and Council on pension reform and other issues and releases a new report on the economy by Council districts.
Here’s what’s planned and the program that will continue into the Council meeting:
The L.A. Area Chamber, joined by more than 200 of its members, will continue to push for pension reform and call on Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and key city officials to make job creation the top priority in Los Angeles. The Chamber has outlined an advocacy agenda containing clearly defined objectives that will encourage and support private-sector job creation. The L.A. Area Chamber will also release a first-ever study that breaks down economic trends and figures by council district, highlighting annual employment, average wage and building permits (commercial and residential) over the last year. The report also provides a breakdown of gross receipts for the last two years, and 2005-09 gross business receipts.
8:30-9:30 a.m. – Open Plenary with Mayor Villaraigosa
10 a.m. – Business Leaders Present Advocacy Agenda to City Council
11-11:30 a.m. – Public Comment from Business Leaders