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Wednesday, January 31, 2018
San Rafael Chamber CEO, Joanne Webster spoke at a recent Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) meeting on January 24th along with Marin Economic Forum CEO, Robin Sternberg and North Bay Leadership Council CEO, Cynthia Murray in support of funding to complete the Marin Sonoma Narrows. The Chamber interviews hundreds of employers each year across all types and sizes to identify any ...read more
Categories: Advocacy
Friday, January 19, 2018
Blake Andros, owner of Blake’s Auto Body, went to the Reed Schools with his two brothers. His parents moved to East Corte Madera in 1958. The home is still in the family. He fondly recalls one of his favorite Tiburon memories. His mom was driving him to a Judo lesson at The TPC in their 1961 Cadillac Convertible when the Beatles song “I Want to Hold Your Hand” came on the radio. “I was about ...read more
Categories: Community, Human Interest
Friday, January 12, 2018
"UNCHAINED ARTISTS" 15th January – 15th March, 2018Opening Reception: Thursday January 18th, 2018,  6pm-8pmWine & Cheese, Art and Art Lovers.   What could be better?Join us for a joint international exhibition of art from PATH & ArtReach by Prisoners incarcerated in the USA & on death row at San Quentin, CA.Where:    Bank of Marin Lobby                 9 Sunnyside Avenue                 Mill ...read more
Categories: Community, Human Interest, Education
Thursday, December 21, 2017
With standardized protocols enhanced by use of telemedicine, “door to needle times” average just 34 minutes at all 21 Northern California hospitals OAKLAND, Calif., Dec. 15, 2017 — Kaiser Permanente hospitals in Northern California are delivering clot-busting medication to new stroke patients more than twice as fast as the national average. This follows the regionwide adoption of an integrated ...read more
Categories: Community, Press Release, Human Interest
Monday, December 04, 2017
Chamber President and CEO, Joanne Webster testified at the City Council Meeting, Monday, December 4 encouraging council members to adopt a medical cannabis policy and suggested the following additions to the staff report; allow medical delivery services with no limits on the number of licenses; include local preference awards and dedicate a portion of any revenues collected toward substance abuse ...read more
Categories: Advocacy, Chamber