On Wednesday, June 12th, nearly 200 community leaders came together for the Oceanside Chamber's Annual Oceanside Heroes Reception, presented by Tri-City Medical Center. The community recognized members of the Oceanside Police Department, Fire Department, Lifeguards and Oceanside Unified School district for their outstanding contributions to the well-being of the City of Oceanside.
In early May, the Oceanside City Council voted to transition from at-large council elections to district elections in order to avoid a potential lawsuit threatened under the California Voting Rights Act.
Numerous community meetings and public hearing took place during May and June in order to provide for community input into the districting process. The Chamber was represented at each of the meetings and has been a strong voice for the business community in the process.
With the Race Across America (RAAM) about to begin, the Oceanside Chamber wants to take a minute to offer our best wishes to Team Oceanside! To follow Team Oceanside's progress over the coming days and support their efforts to raise funds for Rady Children's Hospital, please take a minute to visit their website and Facebook pages...