Saturday, March 12, 2011

Irvine City Council Actions to Support Business & Economy Growth

Live at Irvine 

Good news is that the Irvine, California, city council shows that it wants to improve local economy growth. 

The Irvine council took action on March 8, 2011, to approve some pro-business initiatives.  Irvine city council

This city council action represented some bi-partisanship between two groups, which have been at odds on other subjects and during prior times. 

Councilman Jeff Lalloway said that the "varied and forward-thinking proposals" will help Irvine become "the most business-friendly city in Orange County."
New approved Irvine city council measures include:

  • Deferred fees to reduce up-front costs for new developments 
  • One year of waived fees for installation of solar panels 
  • Online business-license applications and a local vendor preference policy
  • Shop local campaign
  • International business outreach
  • Business forums and orientation

Irvine is the third largest city in Orange County by population, is the economy powerhouse of the area with successful and innovative private sector businesses, and low unemployment as compared with other parts of California.

It's good that Irvine (the economy powerhouse at Orange County) city and its leadership wants to help and inspire business growth. 


Source is and City of Irvine and is for information only.

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