Beverly Hills Chamber

of Commerce

Business Resources In Response to COVID-19 LOCAL TAKEOUT, DELIVERY AND BUSINESS OFFERINGS BEVERLY HILLS BACK TO BUSINESS
Business Resources In Response to COVID-19 LOCAL TAKEOUT, DELIVERY AND BUSINESS OFFERINGS BEVERLY HILLS BACK TO BUSINESS

Advocacy


TESTIMONIALS

David Hunt Stafford

The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce is a tremendous organization and has been totally dedicated to promoting my business – with wonderful people and wonderful initiatives – they are creative and supportive at every turn. They’re a great team of experts that don’t just talk – they do – and they do more than they say they will. Theatre 40 will never be without them.

David Hunt Stafford – Artistic & Managing Director – Theatre 40

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ADVOCACY OVERVIEW

The Chamber advocates for businesses by keeping members informed on important developments so that they can focus on improving their businesses by providing three primary areas of service:

● Tracking legislative and policy issues and takes positions on them, as needed, to represent the interests of members.

● Hosting monthly Government Affairs Committee meetings to discuss the latest news and political and development issues going on in the City of Beverly Hills and surrounding area, keeping members informed.

● The Beverly Hills Leadership Political Action Committee (PAC) takes positions on important local candidates, including endorsements, during election cycles.



Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Letter to LA County Regarding Reopening Orders and Protocols – May 21, 2020

Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Letter to City of Beverly Hills Regarding Priority Recommendations for COVID-19 Business Recovery Assistance Task Force – May 14, 2020

Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Letter Requesting Inclusion of Section 501(c)(6) Orgs in Federal Stimulus Package Relief – April 7, 2020

Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Letter Re AB 5 – Worker status: employees and independent contractors – March 3, 2020

For Immediate Release: Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce successfully advocates for new ordinance lowering parking requirements and fees for restaurants – December 12, 2019

Letter to Beverly Hills City Council Regarding Parking Requirements – November 26, 2019

Letter to Beverly Hills City Council Re L.A. Metro Holiday Moratorium – August 29, 2019

Letter in support of efforts to remove City cap on number of hotel rooms – July 31, 2019

Letter in support of mixed use development standards in Beverly Hills – July 31, 2019

Letter in opposition to State Legislation that would ban the sale of fur – March, 19, 2019

Letter in support of State Legislation continuing to allow sale of alligator/crocodile skins – March 11, 2019


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