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We at the Chamber are looking for feedback from local businesses regarding some important possible legislation. The City of Los Angeles is exploring an increase in the city’s minimum wage from the current $9 per hour to between $13.25 and $15.25 per hour, to be phased in over multiple years. The L.A. County Board of Supervisors is also considering a raise in the minimum wage.

The Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce would like the input of local businesses regarding the possible increase of the minimum wage and how it could affect you. Please give us your opinion on any impact this could have on your business or potential effects on the community. Please send your answers to the following questions and any additional comments to info@crescentavalleychamber.org.

• Are you happy with the current minimum wage?

• Do you already pay a higher minimum wage?

• Would the raise in pay impact your business? If so, how?

• In your opinion, would a raise in pay make your business relocate to a city with a lower minimum wage?

We thank the following businesses for renewing their membership with the Chamber during the month of March: Millie Alvarez, Dilbeck Realtors; Andy’s Transfer & Storage; Dr. William Ashby, DDS; Craig’s Electric; Crescenta-Cañada Pet Hospital; Giuseppe’s Pizzeria; Mark’s Handyman Service; Orchard Supply Hardware; Professional Development Center of GCC; St. Luke’s of the Mountains; Trotta Floor Coverings; and USC Verdugo Hills Hospital.

These businesses are a vital part of a network of organizations that supports events and opportunities that make living in the Crescenta Valley so appealing.  Please support our Chamber members.

This Saturday, April 18, come and cheer on 182 athletes at the Special Olympics Tri-Valley Games at CV High School! Delegations of athletes from all over Southern California will come to CVHS for a day of competition, food and fun. Every athlete is paired with a local high school student “buddy” as they compete to qualify for the 2015 Southern California Summer Games.

And, of course, make sure your calendar has the Hometown Country Fair listed for the following Saturday, April 25!

Lisa Dupuy, executive director  CV Chamber of Commerce 3131 Foothill Blvd. ‘D’ La Crescenta, CA 91214 (818) 248-4957
Lisa Dupuy, executive director
CV Chamber of Commerce
3131 Foothill Blvd. ‘D’
La Crescenta, CA 91214
(818) 248-4957

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