Posted by: gmcquade | November 7, 2008

LAEDC Commends Governor’s Economic Stimulus Package

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The Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC) commends Governor Schwarzenegger for taking steps to stimulate job creation and provide a much needed boost to our state’s economy in these difficult financial times. In particular, the LAEDC supports the Governor’s proposals to accelerate the spending of Proposition 1B bond monies, ease barriers to public private partnerships and “design-build” agreements, streamline the permitting and review process to accelerate certain non-structural hospital construction projects, and provide targeted tax credits to help keep television and film production in California.

About the LAEDC
The LAEDC, the region’s premier business leadership organization, is a private, non-profit organization established in 1981 under section 501(C) (3). Its mission is to attract, retain, and grow business and jobs for the regions of Los Angeles County. Since 1996, the LAEDC has helped retain or attract more than 147,700 jobs, providing $7.3 billion in direct economic impact from salaries and $124 million in annual tax revenue benefit to local governments and education in Los Angeles County. Visit http://www.laedc.org or call (888) 4-LAEDC-1.
About the LAEDC

The LAEDC, the region’s premier business leadership organization, is a private, non-profit organization established in 1981 under section 501(C) (3). Its mission is to attract, retain, and grow business and jobs for the regions of Los Angeles County. Since 1996, the LAEDC has helped retain or attract more than 147,700 jobs, providing $7.3 billion in direct economic impact from salaries and $124 million in annual tax revenue benefit to local governments and education in Los Angeles County. Visit www.laedc.org or call (888) 4-LAEDC-1.

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  1. Just thought you might want to know that when you view this blog in Explorer, it has some extra code at the top of the page. I don’t see that when I view it in Firefox, so it must be some weird Microsoft thing.

    • Thanks, be careful using Explorer, lots of computers are taken over by hackers. I highly recommend these two.
      Firefox browser and Good Chrome
      http://www.mozilla.org and go to google and type in free chrome browser, you will thank me later. thanks for heads up, too.

    • Thx it could be a MS Thing, not sure if I can fix, but appreciate your input as always.
      Geo.


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