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Governor Brown Declares May ‘California Small Business Month

Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. today issued an official proclamation declaring the month of May as ‘California Small Business Month.’ “This month, we reaffirm our commitment to helping California’s small businesses thrive and prosper. The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development, along with key agencies of state government, works to facilitate economic growth through [...]

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RABPAC Endorses Kirk Uhler for District 4 Supervisor

RABPAC Endorses Kirk Uhler for District 4 Supervisor

The Roseville Area Business Political Action Committee (RABPAC) has made its choice for Placer County Supervisor, District 4 and will endorse Kirk Uhler.  Uhler will receive the support of RABPAC versus candidate Pam Tobin for his District 4 Supervisor re-election bid.  Uhler has represented District 4 for a total of ten years; he was only [...]

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A whole day of free fun at Community Safety Day

A whole day of free fun at Community Safety Day

Join the Roseville Police and Fire Departments and our community partners at the second Community Safety Day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on May 19 at Westfield Galleria!  We have a whole day of free fun planned.  There’s so much to see and do, we had to make a list! Watch police motorcycle officers from throughout the region [...]

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4th Annual “RED Day” Set to Lend a Hand in Roseville and Rocklin

4th Annual “RED Day” Set to Lend a Hand in Roseville and Rocklin

Keller Williams Realty associates may be taking the day off on Saturday, May 5, 2012, but it will hardly be a day of rest. Associates with the Keller Williams Roseville Market Center have chosen to “Give Where They Live” as part of RED Day, one of the biggest events in the real estate industry. Short [...]

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Roseville city officials lobby for water rights on Capitol Hill

Roseville city officials lobby for water rights on Capitol Hill

Six representatives from the city of Roseville traveled to Washington D.C. to lobby on behalf of local initiatives during the annual Cap-to-Cap. Nearly 300 business and community leaders joined the 42nd annual lobbying effort, held April 21 to 24 and organized by Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce, to advocate issues of importance to the six-county [...]

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Exclusive Member to Member Discounts (M2M)!

Exclusive Member to Member Discounts (M2M)!

Roseville Chamber Members Offer Discounts to Members!       ACCOUNTANTS – CERTIFIED PUBLIC Daulton & Company, CPA, Inc. – MEMBER TO MEMBER DISCOUNT: New client discount of 25% on initial tax return preparation Karen T. Peak, CPA – MEMBER TO MEMBER DISCOUNT: 25% off on initial tax return preparation or the first month of consulting [...]

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Legislative Committee Hearing of ADA Frivolous Lawsuit Reform POSTPONED to May 8

Legislative Committee Hearing of ADA Frivolous Lawsuit Reform POSTPONED to May 8

The Assembly Judiciary Committee has postponed the hearing on Assembly Bill 1878 (Gaines), to May 8. Please make a note of the new date. AB 1878 will give our community’s most vulnerable small businesses an opportunity to correct an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) violation before a lawsuit can be filed. Once a qualifying business has received a written [...]

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Roseville Chamber of Commerce Invites Chamber and Community Members to Visit the French Riviera

Roseville Chamber of Commerce Invites Chamber and Community Members to Visit the French Riviera

The Roseville Chamber of Commerce has announced today that it will be visiting the glamorous French Riviera, and is inviting chamber members, and family and friends of chamber members to join them on this once in a lifetime experience. Full of glitz and glamour, the French Riviera has much to offer to any tourist. Enjoy [...]

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ADA Reform Hearing Date Set!

The committee hearing for Assemblywoman Beth Gaines‘ ADA lawsuit reform legislation, Assembly Bill 1878, has been set for 9 a.m. on May 1 in committee room 4202 at the State Capitol. They need your help getting the word out. This legislation will give our community’s most vulnerable small businesses an opportunity to correct an ADA [...]

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Roseville City Council to consider amendment to food truck ordinance

Mobile food vendors seem to be all the rage, but for some Roseville business owners these trucks are causing a lot of rage. A few business owners in the historic district have asked the city to adopt stricter regulations in its Downtown Code governing open air and mobile food vendors. They say the presence of [...]

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