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2015 Bay Area Council Poll

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.

Congratulations Champion Warriors!

Growing California Trade in China.

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

  • ANNUAL WASHINGTON, D.C. ADVOCACY TRIP, July 28-30, Washington D.C.
  • HOUSING & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING, June 10, 1-2:30pm, Coblentz, Patch, Duffy & Bass
  • WATER TRANSIT SUB-COMMITTEE MEETING, June 22, 10-11:30am, Bay Area Council Headquarters
  • TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE MEETING, June 26, 10:30am - 12:00pm, Bay Area Council Headquarters
  • THE IMPACT OF THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY ON THE BAY AREA ECONOMY, June 25, 12-1:00pm, Bay Area Council Headquarters

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2015-06-23 11:06:08

2015 Bay Area Council Poll: Residents Say Soaring Economy May Be Plateauing; Drought, Housing and Crime Surface as Top Issues

Bay Area residents think the region’s super-heated economy may be reaching a plateau, according to results of the 2015 Bay Area Council Poll released today, although they are generally bullish about the overall direction the region is heading. And, there are some stark differences depending on how much residents make and where they live.

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2015-06-19 03:06:56

COUNCIL’S ADVOCACY PAYS OFF FOR CA’S YOUNGEST LEARNERS

California will make an important investment in its economic future under a $115.4 billion budget that includes significant funding to expand access to vital early education and child care services for thousands of the state’s youngest and neediest learners.

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2015-06-19 03:06:05

GOOD NEWS FOR REGIONAL HOUSING

The Bay Area Council this week (June 16) applauded the Alameda City Council’s unanimous approval of a project that will help address the region’s massive housing shortage. The favorable decision came just days after the Bay Area Council’s Housing and Sustainable Development Committee endorsed the project.

Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Expected To Increase 11 Percent From 2009

2015-06-19 03:06:37

SEEKING TRAFFIC RELIEF ON CRUCIAL HIGHWAY 101 CORRIDOR

Speeding traffic relief along the Highway 101 corridor from San Francisco to San Jose will be the focus of key meetings next week (June 22) with regional transportation and business leaders.