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    WEHO Chamber Joins WEHO City to Host State of the City 2017

    The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the City of West Hollywood to host State of the City: City in Motion, on Thursday, June 22 from 11:30am to 1:30pm at The Lot, 1040 North Poinsettia Place. 

    State of The City allows leaders like West Hollywood Mayor John Heilman, City Manager Paul Arevalo, West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Chair Keith Kaplan, and President and CEO Genevieve Morrill to share their thoughts on economic and social climate in West Hollywood. The public is invited to learn about new initiatives and vision of growth as well as engage with civic, business, and political leaders of the City.

    This year’s State of The City: City in Motion is presented by Faring. It will focus on mobility. A panel discussion moderated by award-winning Anchor and Reporter Robert Kovacik of NBC4 Southern California will explore how businesses in West Hollywood are getting on board and benefitting from all the city’s mobility options whether by foot, bike, transit or electric vehicles.

    Panelists include:
    Glen Becerra, Deputy Executive Officer, Communications at LA County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
    Hilary Norton, Founding Executive Director, FAST
    Timothy Burr Jr., Director of Public Policy for Lyft
    Mott Smith, Principal, Civic Enterprise

    “Our great City is in motion and going in the right direction”, stated WHCC President and CEO, Genevieve Morrill. “This year, we’re going beyond the basics by exploring all West Hollywood’s mobility options and strategizing how businesses, small or large, can fully benefit from them.”

    “Our businesses help our city build its vibrant, active, and exciting character,” said West Hollywood Mayor John Heilman. “The success of our businesses is the foundation of making West Hollywood a desirable place to live, work, and play.”

    For more information about the City of West Hollywood’s economic development efforts, please contact Maribel Louie, City of West Hollywood at 323.848.6303 or mlouie@weho.org.

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    Marco Colantonio
    Marco Colantonio
    Marco Colantonio is a longtime West Hollywood resident and community activist, former West Hollywood Disabilities Advisory Board member and founder/publisher emeritus of WEHO TIMES.
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