Vision in Action
This vision lays out where we want to go, and we put in the hard work to get there.
March 5, 2020
REACH 2030 | What’s next for the Hourglass Project
The Hourglass Project is set to unveil an action plan for regional job creation at the REACH 2030 Summit on March 16, and the Chamber is incredibly supportive of the concepts embodied in the plan including regional cooperation, activating key industries and equipping residents for jobs of the future.
“The only way to solve these wide-ranging issues is through regional conversation,” said Jim Dantona, SLO Chamber President and CEO. “The Chamber applauds the steps the Hourglass Project has taken to bring the Central Coast together, and we look forward to continuing our partnership to cultivate a vibrant economic future for generations to come.”
March 2, 2020
SLO Chamber supports regional collaboration on housing & infrastructure
For the first time, the County of San Luis Obispo, its Cities and the Council of Governments are looking to work together and plan for housing in a truly collaborative way. The Regional Infrastructure and Housing Strategic Action Plan would recognize how real people experience our community countywide when planning for the state’s required 10,810 new housing units by 2028.
January 9, 2020
SLO and Morro Bay now receive cleaner energy, and it’s cheaper, officials say
A new way of receiving cleaner power, called community choice energy, has arrived in San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay, and it will significantly reduce carbon emissions while saving customers money, officials say.
Monterey Bay Community Power, a nonprofit electricity provider serving Central Coast counties, began providing service to the two SLO County cities on Jan. 1.
Electricity will still be powered through PG&E’s infrastructure, and local customers won’t need to change anything about how they receive energy or pay monthly bills.