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February 2010
We discuss the outlook for the Coachella Valley tourism industry and present highlights from three speakers at the recent annual awards luncheon sponsored by the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority (CVA): Jeff Beckelman, President & CEO, Palm springs Desert Resort Communities CVA; Lee Morcus, Chair, Hospitality Industry and Business Council, CEO Kaiser Restaurant Group; and Dana Hobart, Chair, JPA Executive Committee, Rancho Mirage Councilmember. The article has been excerpted from The Public Record (a business and public affairs weekly newspaper serving the Coachella Valley, www.desertpublicrecord.com).

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January 2010
Eight city council women in the Coachella Valley discuss their perspectives on women and leadership. The article below has been excerpted from The Public Record (a business and public affairs weekly newspaper serving the Coachella Valley, www.desertpublicrecord.com).

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August 2008
We discuss 2008 California legislation (SB 375) with public officials and other experts. SB 375 is the much talked about legislation that significantly changes planning for transportation and housing throughout California. Under the proposed law, local agencies will need to prioritize transportation funding, expedite zoning, and exempt certain environmental requirements for projects in communities with a plan to meet the climate goals. The article below has been excerpted from The Public Record (a business and public affairs weekly newspaper serving the Coachella Valley, www.desertpublicrecord.com).

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June 2008
We discuss workforce housing with public officials and other experts in Business and Politics: On The Record. The article below has been excerpted from The Public Record (a business and public affairs weekly newspaper serving the Coachella Valley, www.desertpublicrecord.com).

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April 2008
For those of you with tentative maps, we discuss pending legislation in Sacramento that would extend expiration dates for tentative maps up to two years. The article below has been excerpted from The Public Record (a business and public affairs weekly newspaper serving the Coachella Valley, www.desertpublicrecord.com).

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