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March 31, 1989
The board of directors of the Saddleback Regional Chamber of Commerce has voted to oppose federal legislation calling for the minimum wage to be increased nationwide from the current $3.35 per hour to $4.65 over the next 3 years. Yvonne M. Martin, the chamber's director of communications, said the board of directors reviewed the pending federal bills at its meeting earlier this month.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 31, 1989
The board of directors of the Saddleback Regional Chamber of Commerce has voted to oppose federal legislation calling for the minimum wage to be increased nationwide from the current $3.35 per hour to $4.65 over the next 3 years. Yvonne M. Martin, the chamber's director of communications, said the board of directors reviewed the pending federal bills at its meeting earlier this month.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 26, 1987
Board Member Named: James L. Ray, executive director of the Saddleback Hospital and Health Center, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Saddleback Regional Chamber of Commerce. He replaces Jack Caldwell, who resigned for business reasons.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 30, 1988
Richard Tripp has been installed as new president of the Saddleback Regional Chamber of Commerce, succeeding Barbara Snyder. Also installed were George Walsh, president-elect; Patrick Rogan, chief financial officer, and Elaine Carter, Harlis Chavis, Richard Dixon and Dennis Lannon as vice presidents in charge of various chamber programs.
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June 17, 1987
Barbara Snyder will be installed as the 19th president of the Saddleback Regional Chamber of Commerce Friday during the chamber's annual dinner-dance at Coto de Caza. Other new officers include Patrick Rogan, treasurer; Dr. Dennis Lannon, vice president for member services; Harlis Chavis, vice president for community services; Elaine Carter, vice president for legislative action; Bill Mulhall, vice president for business development, and president-elect Richart Tripp.
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December 25, 1987
The Saddleback Regional Chamber of Commerce has formed new tourism and health care groups "to better serve the community," chamber officials said. The membership of the new Saddleback Regional Council on Tourism will include hotel and motel owners and managers who work along the San Diego Freeway from Irvine to San Juan Capistrano. Winn Herrschaft, resident manager of La Quinta Motor Inn in Irvine, chairs the new group.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 1989
The Saddleback Regional Chamber of Commerce is changing its name to the South Orange County Chamber of Commerce, effective July 1. The new name reflects a natural progression of the chamber's growth, which serves several communities in the southern part of the county, according to the chamber. The change is not intended to interfere with other local chambers, said executive director Pat Crockett. Instead, the South Orange County Chamber of Commerce will try to help the smaller chambers by expanding its existing services and adding new ones, which will be announced in July, officials said.
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August 25, 1988
A panel discussion on no-fault insurance will be held at a meeting of the Saddleback Regional Chamber of Commerce at 7:30 a.m. Friday. Guest speakers will be Joseph J. Annotti, public affairs vice president of the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of California, and Wendell Faile, a Long Beach attorney specializing in personal injury, fraud and worker compensation cases. The meeting will be at the Holiday Inn in Laguna Hills.
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June 27, 1989
Plans for a center to help businesses are among the new fiscal year goals of the South Orange County Chamber of Commerce. Pat Crockett, president of the newly renamed chamber, which is based in Laguna Hills, said Monday that the organization wants to establish a South Orange County Center for Economic Development. "It would be something to help our existing businesses expand and do the things they want to do, and also a center to help new businesses that want to come into south Orange County," she said.
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June 11, 1987
The El Camino Real district of the Boy Scouts of America will honor two south county men who have been active in scouting at its third annual "Catch the Scouting Spirit" reception and dinner Friday. Larry Buchheim, the first mayor of San Juan Capistrano, and Ernie Ellsworth, a lawyer from Laguna Hills, will be honored for their service in civic affairs, including their assistance to the El Camino Real district, which serves more than 1,600 Scouts from Laguna Beach to San Clemente.
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September 2, 1985 | Robert Hanley and \f7
They've enlisted the aid of a dancing bear and gladly accepted the help of local politicians in dramatizing their plight--all part of a war plan by 60 San Juan Capistrano merchants to fight their greatest nemesis--the shopping mall. "The mall is a corporation; it's not a small business. As a giant corporation, consumers won't get personal attention," said Brian McInerney, one of the organizers of the forthcoming "Shop San Juan Week," which hopes to keep local shoppers close to home.
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