A PDF of the slideshow from January’s Forum is now available, viewable/downloadable here and on the Events page archive.
You may click here: CEQA Guidelines for a PDF presentation from Trevor Macenski’s February Forum talk.
Thursday, March 22—The Industrial Association is fortunate to have Supervisor Federal D. Glover, District V, and Guy Bjerke, Director of Community Reuse Planning at City of Concord as our March Forum speakers.
TOPICS WILL INCLUDE: The status and future for the Northern Waterfront Economic Development Initiative.
The Northern Waterfront Economic Development Initiative is a regional cluster-based economic development strategy with a goal of creating 18,000 new jobs by 2035. The Initiative leverages existing competitive advantages and assets by focusing on advanced manufacturing sub-sectors in five targeted clusters (advanced transportation fuels, bio-tech/bio-medical, diverse manufacturing, food processing, and clean tech).
The status and development of the Concord Community Reuse Project for the Concord Naval Weapons Station.
The plan calls for over 65% of the area to be reserved for parks, trails and open space and for Mt. Diablo Creek to be restored. There's room for a tournament sports facility and a campus district. Housing, office and retail are to be clustered around the BART station and along Highway 4, with single family homes, townhouses, schools, community centers, green buffers and parks bordering the existing neighborhoods on the south side of the project.
Details ^ Flier ^ Online registration
And after the Forum, come to Los Medanos College for their annual Industrial Technologies Job Fair, from 2:00–4:00 p.m. Flier ^ Description
Save the Date: Monday, June 11 is our 10th Annual Golf Gala and Benefit. Flier ^ Online Registration form ^ PDF Registration form ^ Details
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The Industrial Association of Contra Costa County (IACCC) began its existence in the early 1900s as The Industrial Association of Pittsburg. From humble beginnings with just a few local companies, it now includes members from Contra Costa and Solano Counties. It is an organization of many different industries which brings together companies and organizations who are leaders in the economic vitality of this important part of the seventh largest economy in the world.
The Industrial Association of Contra Costa County is a voluntary membership association of many different industrial manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and users. Our purpose is to provide opportunities for individual companies and organizations to leverage their resources to participate in public policy issues that affect the industries in this area.
VISION: The Industrial Association of Contra Costa County promotes a thriving industrial community providing a high quality of life for Contra Costa County and its residents.
MISSION: The Industrial Association of Contra Costa County provides its industrial and business members opportunities to share information and concerns about issues and trends affecting the economic vitality and quality of life in Contra Costa County.
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