Real property taxes in this state are handled differently than in any other (due to Prop 13, passed in 1978). There are several areas one may be able to take advantage of to maintain lower taxes - and others where one can unwittingly slip up with adverse consequences.
Moreover, an initiative which may appear on California’s 2020 election ballot would radically increase taxes on many non-residential real properties, if passed.
Come hear more at Power Lunch 2.0 this month!
Cost: Members - complimentary || Non-Members - $20
Speakers: Dale Robert Pelch (Partner) & Karl Swaidan (Managing Partner), Hahn & Hahn LLP
Location: Tournament House
391 S Orange Grove Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91184
The Power Lunch 2.0 series is proudly sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Guests arriving at 11 am are also invited to enjoy a free tour of the Wrigley Mansion, home of the Tournament of Roses.
7:30 a.m.: Registration & Networking
8:15 a.m.: Program
New Faces, New Spaces: How Shifting Demographics are Changing Housing
Panel: Housing Development Opportunities and Challenges in Southern California
12:00 p.m.: Conclusion
Cal Poly Pomona, Parking Lot 2
The Huntington, founded in 1919, supports and promotes the appreciation of – as well as research and education in – the humanities, the arts, and botanical science. Fundamental to its work is conservation: stewarding and protecting artworks, books, manuscripts and related materials, as well as rare botanical species, to ensure their continued availability for new discoveries and interpretations.
The presentation will provide an overview of the history of The Huntington, current programs and exhibitions, the upcoming Centennial year, and opportunities for involvement.
Speaker: Kalina Cavallero, Membership and Visitor Services Director
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Join the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership and the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments for a reception to congratulate Asm. Blanca Rubio on her new role as Chair of the San Gabriel Valley Legislative Caucus.
“It is a distinct honor to be elected Chair of the San Gabriel Valley Legislative Caucus,” said Assemblywoman Rubio. “The San Gabriel Valley faces unique challenges in the upcoming years in areas such as water, transportation, housing, the environment and economic development. My colleagues and I will work together to ensure the interests of our communities are well represented in Sacramento.”
Assemblywoman Rubio represents the 48th Assembly District, which is comprised of the cities of Azusa, Baldwin Park, Bradbury, City of Industry, Covina, Duarte, El Monte, Glendora, Irwindale, Monrovia, West Covina, and the San Gabriel Valley unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County, including Bassett, Charter Oak, Citrus, East Arcadia, Ramona, Valinda and West La Puente.
Assembly Majority Leader Ian Calderon and Asm. Blanca Rubio will speak to Partnership members and other guests at a special luncheon co-hosted by the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership and the El Monte/South El Monte Chamber of Commerce.
Location: Grace T. Black Auditorium, 3130 Tyler Ave, El Monte CA 91731
Table (8 seats): $450
Majority Leader Ian Calderon was elected in November 2012 to represent California's 57th Assembly District, becoming the first millennial elected to the State Legislature.
A product of the 57th District, prior to his election to the Assembly, Ian worked as a field representative for the Legislature, which allowed him to assist residents in his community to navigate state and local government.
In March 2016, Ian became the youngest Majority Leader in the history of the state of California. As Majority Leader, Ian has led the Assembly to pass landmark legislation, such as raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2022 and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. He is particularly proud of legislation he authored that allows terminally ill Californians to attempt experimental treatments to try to save their own lives.
Majority Leader Calderon currently serves as the Chair of the Select Committee on Youth and California’s Future, Co-Chair of the Legislative Technology and Innovation Caucus, and Co-Chair of the Legislative Millennial Caucus. He is a member of the Insurance Committee, Appropriations Committee, Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee, and the Elections and Redistricting Committee.
In recognition of his work to foster innovation in California, Majority Leader Ian Calderon was named Legislator of the Year by TechNet, received the Internet Champion Award from the Internet Association, and was named TechAmerica’s 2014 California Tech Champion, as well as the 2016 CompTia California Tech Champion. A staunch supporter of arts education, Ian received the California Association of Museums’ 2015 President’s Award and was named a Legislative Arts Champion by Californians for the Arts.
Ian graduated from California State University Long Beach where he earned a degree in Political Science with a minor in Communications. He resides in Whittier with his wife Elise and their daughter, Charlie Nicole.
Assemblywoman Blanca E. Rubio was elected in November 2016 to represent California’s 48th Assembly District, which includes the cities of Azusa, Baldwin Park, Bradbury, City of Industry, Covina, Duarte, El Monte, Glendora, Irwindale, Monrovia, West Covina, and the San Gabriel Valley unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County, including Bassett, Charter Oak, Citrus, East Arcadia, Ramona, Valinda and West La Puente.
Blanca has worked tirelessly to give her constituents a voice in the Capitol, placing advocacy for children, women, families, students, and immigrants at the forefront of her work. Since her election in 2016, Blanca has authored bills that support victims of domestic violence, create opportunities for children within the foster care system, ensure our youngest students are given proper support to succeed in school, and support for immigrant communities. Through her work as Chairwoman of the Human Service Committee, Blanca has raised awareness of women’s rights by authoring resolutions that declare August Breast Feeding Awareness Month and October Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
One of her greatest honors was to have all six of her bills that made the Governor’s desk signed in her first year of the Assembly.
Before coming to the Assembly, Blanca spent 16 years as a teacher and 20 years in elected office, serving on the Valley County Water Board, and Baldwin Park Unified School District. Her students-first philosophy made Blanca a leader and champion for students in and out of the classroom. She was successful in her efforts to improve academic outcomes for students, aligning them with vital resources for college preparation.
Blanca was born in Juarez, Mexico, and came to the United States with her parents at a young age. Her personal experiences have given her a genuine understanding of the everyday struggles and barriers that immigrants and working families continue to face in the United States.
Assemblymember Rubio received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Master’s Degree in Education with a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from Azusa Pacific University. Blanca is a resident of Baldwin Park and a proud mother of two children.
4 – 5 p.m.: Outdoor Reception at MillerCoors
5 p.m.: Speaking Program (Pub Conference Room)
6 p.m.: Conclusion
The annual Legislative Networking Reception is an excellent opportunity to meet and network with our LA County Supervisors, Congressional representatives, state lawmakers and many, many local elected officials.
Due to security, RSVPs are required for all attendees. Space is limited, so register now!
Join the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership as we market the SGV at one of the biggest trade shows on the West Coast: ICSC RECon.
RECon offers cities and businesses a major event at which to make deals, network, and plan future moves. The largest show floor in the industry is the prime place for decision makers to connect. And the Partnership’s presence offers SGV cities a place within RECon to make those connections.
Supporters of the Partnership's marketing of the San Gabriel Valley will have access to meeting space at our booth throughout the conference. The first 14 cities to sign up will also receive a pass for all sessions at RECon 2019 as well as access to the show floor.
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