SB 1387 May Affect Local Representation Throughout California

Sacramento’s Attempted So Cal Overreach Could Extend Beyond Southern California

Executive Director of the Industrial Association of Contra Costa County

Things have been going pretty well lately in the East Bay. Since last year the total number of jobs here increased by almost 27,000 and unemployment is below the statewide rate.  An important factor in area companies’ ability to survive California’s myriad state and local regulations is working with local government representatives and agencies such as planning commissions, water boards and air quality boards regarding operating conditions and fees.  Local agencies are the frontline to the communities and businesses they represent.  Without the element of local control the employment picture would likely be much different.

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