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2014 Bay Area Council Poll: Pulse of the Region

Bay Area residents rank top issues, concerns for the region.

Promoting Early Childhood Development

Bay Area Council forges new national partnership, unveils exciting messaging campaign.

Annual Dinner & Business Hall of Fame

Join us on October 29 as we honor Scott Cook and George Halvorson at The Fairmont San Francisco. Presented by Kaiser Permanente.

Growing California Trade in China.

Governor Edmund G. Brown names Bay Area Council to reopen California trade offices in China.

  • Transportation Committee Meeting: Oct. 2, 10:00am - 12:00pm, Bay Area Council Headquarters, San Francisco
  • Transportation Policy Subcommittee Meeting: Sept. 10, 10:00am - 11:30am, Bay Area Council Headquarters, San Francisco
  • 2014 Annual Dinner & Business Hall of Fame Awards, October 29, 5:30-9 pm, Fairmont San Francisco

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2014-09-30 06:09:00

COUNCIL BEATS BACK ANTI-BUSINESS ATTACKS ON REGIONAL HOUSING, TRANSPORTATION PLANNING

The Bay Area Council this week (Sept. 22, 2014) beat back an effort by anti-business groups to shape critical regional transportation and housing planning guidelines to fit their narrow agenda, and to use federal tax dollars to create a tool clearly aimed at scapegoating the tech industry for the Bay Area’s housing shortage.

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2014-09-30 06:09:03

TECHNET EXECUTIVE JOINS BAY AREA COUNCIL AS CHIEF OF MEMBERSHIP

The Bay Area Council is pleased to announce that tech industry veteran Kirsten Vernon has joined the organization as Chief of Membership and Development. Vernon comes to the Council from TechNet, a leading national public policy association whose members include many of the world’s top tech companies.

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2014-09-16 11:09:49

Bay Area Council Lauds Historic Groundwater Management Legislation

Bay Area Council President and CEO Jim Wunderman today joined Gov. Jerry Brown and a group of elected, business and environmental leaders as the Governor signed historic legislation that for the first time will require more active management of the state’s groundwater. The Bay Area Council was a strong advocate for the three bills the [...]