Irwindale Chamber of Commerce
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Legislative Business Affairs

Contact Your Representatives

Office of Governor Brown
State Capitol Building
Sacramento, CA 95814
Congresswoman Grace Napolitano
4401 Santa Anita Ave, Suite 201
El Monte, CA 91731
Phone: 626-350-0150626-350-0150
Fax: 626-350-0450
Senator Diane Feinstein
11111 Santa Monica Blvd. Ste 915
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Phone: 310 914 7300310 914 7300
Fax: 310 914 7318
Senator Barbara Boxer
312 N. Spring St, Ste 1748
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: 213 894 5000213 894 5000
Fax: 202 224 0357
State Senator Ed Hernandez
24th District Office
100 S. Vincent Ave #401
West Covina, CA 91790
Phone: 626-430-2499626-430-2499
Fax: 626-430-2494
Assemblyman Roger Hernandez
48th District Office
100 N. Barranca St. Ste 895
West Covina, CA 91791
Phone: 626 960 4457626 960 4457
Fax: 626 960 1310
LA County Supervisor Hilda Solis
EL MONTE OFFICE
3400 Aerojet Avenue, Suite 240
El Monte, CA 91731
Phone: (626) 350-4500
Fax: (626) 448-1573
Email: firstdistrict@bos.lacounty.gov
District Director: Rachel Barbosa
Email: rbarbosa@bos.lacounty.gov

San Gabriel Valley Legislative Coalition of Chambers

Overview of the SGV Coalition's Positions:

  • Government - Support the functions of government to enhance the economic base of private enterprise and businesses in the San Gabriel Valley.
  • Energy - Support efforts to develop and sustain safe, reliable and efficient cost effective sources of energy in order to maintain a viable business environment and robust economy in the San Gabriel Valley.
  • Health Care - Preserve human dignity and access to basic services.
  • Infrastructure and Environment - Support the maintenance and required improvement of the infrastructure to support the needs of the existing population and growth, which stimulates the economy.
  • Labor - Foster legislation that will allow business and industry flexibility to safely and efficiently manage its employees and develop programs that enhance productivity.
  • Regulations - Support efforts to encourage new businesses and retain existing businesses by reforming the burdensome regulatory process.
  • Transportation - Support development and expansion of the transportation network.
  • Education - Support a robust educational program as a business and community asset in order to provide a qualified workforce, stimulate thoughtful consumerism, and inventive entrepreneurship to prepare responsible business leaders.
  • Click here to see the complete legislative platform.
  • Coalition Website

Overview of the Irwindale Chamber's Legislative Priorities

  • Government - Support the functions of government to enhance the economic base of private enterprise and Irwindale businesses.
  • Health Care - Preserve human dignity and access to basic services as a right of all citizens.
  • Energy - Support efforts to develop and sustain safe, reliable and efficient cost effective sources of energy in order to maintain a viable business environment and robust economy in the SGV.
  • Infrastructure and Environment - Support the maintenance and required improvement of the infrastructure to support the needs of the existing population and growth, which stimulates the economy.
  • Labor - Foster legislation that will allow business and industry flexibility to safely and efficiently manage its employees and develop programs that enhance productivity.
  • Regulations - Support efforts to encourage new businesses and retain existing businesses by reforming the burdensome regulatory process.
  • Transportation - Support development and expansion of the transportation network.
  • For specific information on the Chamber's legislative priorities, a complete brochure is available for viewing here.

CalChamber Links

San Gabriel Valley Public Affairs Network

The San Gabriel Public Affairs Network (PAN) is an organization focused on promoting the common interests of public affairs professionals in the San Gabriel Valley and surrounding area. Its mission is to provide information, tools and resources that will enhance public affairs professionals, business leaders and elected officials to understand current issues affecting the San Gabriel Valley region and California.

The San Gabriel Public Affairs Network provides many important member benefits, including:

  • Access to key public policy leaders and information through periodic electronic communications and luncheon forums. The San Gabriel Valley Public Affairs Network provides speakers and experts that can present information on current issues affecting the San Gabriel Valley and California.
  • Promotes networking opportunities for public affairs professionals, business and industry leaders and key legislative staff and elected officials.
  • Creates relationships among members that facilitate the ability to seek advice and counsel from peers on problems and opportunities facing the public affairs industry as well as regional issues facing the San Gabriel Valley.
  • Provides sponsorship opportunities for companies in the San Gabriel Valley and provides an excellent way for corporate leaders to have access and discussions with key public policy leaders.
  • For more details please see the SGV PAN webpage here.