Be aware and take action! Below are some of the issues your Chamber is tracking this week.
SUPPORT SB 1451 (Hill; D-San Mateo) Substantially Reduces Cost and Delay in the CEQA Process — Significantly limits use of the “document dumping” tactic in CEQA cases, wherein project opponents seek to intentionally delay project approvals by submitting lengthy, detailed comment letters and extensive documentation on the day of the public hearing. Senate Judiciary Committee hearing May 6.
SUPPORT AB 1839 (Gatto; D-Los Angeles) JOB CREATOR: Creates Competitive Tax Environment — Encourages film and television productions to locate or remain in California by extending and expanding the film and television tax credit. Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee hearing May 13.
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Source: Fullerton Chamber of Commerce