Robyn Carlson can light up any room with her bright spirit and brings commitment to customer service to her career as a Mobile Notary. Her extensive background as a mortgage originator, mortgage loan processor and in real estate has equipped her with a thorough understanding of documents her customers are signing.
Robyn has over thirty years of experience as a Mobile Notary Signing Agent and Mortgage Loan Processor, and is experience with FHA, VA and Conventional loan signings. Qualifications include: Bonded and E. & O. insurance $100,000.000 Commissioned by The State of California, Background Screened, TRID Certified and is a Certified Notary Signing Agent. She is a preferred provider for Fidelity and Eagle Nest Reality & Mortgage.
By Eric Robertson, MiraCosta College
My name is Eric Robertson and I’m a Professor of Communication at MiraCosta College. For the last 10 years I’ve been teaching in San Diego County, and during that time I have worked with thousands of Millennials. These individuals have grown up with different circumstances than previous generations. Recession, war, and technology have been some of the unique influences that shape their worldview. Below are a few points to consider when thinking about this group.
by Emily Crisman and Nina Fletcher
The Military Affairs Committee meets the second Thursday of month at 7:30 AM to discuss ways to build a community that ties together Oceanside and Camp Pendleton. As well as hear an update on what is happening in the Marine Corps from Colonel Craft.
This past Thursday we discussed new ideas for honoring a Military Member of the Month, brainstormed on how as a community we can better assist Marines transition to civilian life, and started planning for the Enlisted Recognition Reception in February 2016. The Chamber of Commerce is coordinating with Colonel Craft on Camp Pendleton to honor a deserving active duty Marine or Sailor as Military Member of the Month, starting in January. They will be awarded at a City Council meeting, and the intended goal is to demonstrate the community’s appreciation of hard work and sacrifice these men and women make.
by Lisa Frost, Amazeinc
Based on more than 15 years experience helping hundreds of companies redesign their websites, we've seen redesigns that were immensely successful, while a few simply failed. We’ve compiled 5 keys for a successful website redesign in order to help others improve their redesign results. Keep in mind there are many factors to consider, but with these basic principles in place the odds of success increase significantly.
First let's look at WHY you might want to redesign your website. The most important reasons to redesign are:
by Kristi Hawthorne, Oceanside Living Magazine
Lifeguarding in its purest form is the struggle against nature by one human endeavoring to save the life of another. Unknown
Blake Faumuina has always been around the water. Growing up in Oceanside, he spent a good portion of his youth at the Marshall Street Pool and learned to swim at an early age. Because he was such a talented swimmer Blake was recruited to join the Oceanside Swim Club when he was just 7 years old. However, as he recalls, he first turned down the invitation. “Hey kid, do you want to join the swim club?” Then came an offer few kids could resist: “Well, we throw candy in the pool every Friday and you dive for it.” To that, Blake responded with: “Free candy? I will swim all you want.” He hasn’t stopped swimming since, and his love of the water has never waned.
Growing up in the aquatics community is like being part of a large family, Blake explained. As a young boy and teenager, he grew up with the kids on the swim team, many of whom also became lifeguards. He has fond memories of his instructor Cheryl Clark and his coach Dave Wilcox. The Marshall Street Pool in South Oceanside was the springboard to his career and indelibly shaped his life.
by Lori Lawson,
Today I reread an article that appeared in the AARP magazine about a year ago. I was preparing for a presentation I’m about to give and wanted to use the information as an example. It impacted me today with the same dismay that it did when I first read it. It always amazes me how effortless it is for some people to destroy another person’s life for their own selfishness. This is Helen’s story, but how easily it could be one of ours.
Helen Anderson is an aunt. And according to her niece, Samantha, she’s a really nice person, which is why when Samantha house sat for Helen, it didn’t seem to be a big deal to invite a friend to stay with her for a few days. What Samantha didn’t know at the time was that her friend Alice was in business. That business was in stealing identities and she just got lucky. Spending a few days in the home of a retired nurse gave her access to countless receipts, unopened mail and a long history of great credit.
by Isabella Janovick, Marketing Manager, Anacomp, Inc.
Information Governance are the “activities and technologies that organizations employ to maximize the value of their information while minimizing associated risks and tasks. This includes the use of automated policies to classify content and to keep control of the information by managing access and migrating good, useful content to retain for in an archive. ” Or, in other words, “Getting Your House in Order.”
The need for InfoGov is becoming more of a necessity as digital data is growing and moving beyond the enterprise and business value and risk is often unknown and unmanaged. Sharing information with partners and suppliers has now become routine, along with social networking and mobile access. These factors are causing a risk of security breach and aiding to the growth of data loss.
Here are just a few reasons why it is smart to consult with
a professional before you a select a Senior Care Community.
Did you know that all facilities are not licensed and if you need care, you may have to move or hire your own caregiver?
Be sure that the community you select can take care of you or a loved one if your needs change. Do they accept people with dementia or on hospice care? Moving twice is stressful for you and your loved one.
Be sure to consult an expert to assist you with the fine print in the facilities Admissions Agreement. It is important to review their policies and procedures. Be sure to read and receive a copy of everything that you have signed.
by Amber Ter-Vrugt
Healthcare coverage is a big issue for small business
The Emerging issues joined the Californians United coalition to support the Medi-Cal Funding and Accountability Act. For more information about state-wide healthcare issues affecting you check out the California Hospital Association’s website… http://www.calhospital.org/legislation-advocacy
Concerned with Vagrant Criminal Activity? We are!
The City of Oceanside, the Chamber, Main Street Oceanside and other key players are working collaboratively to address the vagrancy issue. Call Gumaro at Main Street Oceanside for more detail.
Interested in City stuff??
The City is starting to look at updating their general plan, but the council needs to hear from the business community to enforce that this needs to be a priority. Updating a general plan for any municipality poses the threat of a long, expensive, egregious process. But it’s critical for the vision and future development of the City of Oceanside. The City could get some great projects if the land use element and zoning codes were updated …
Emerging Issues Committee recommended that the Chamber send a letter to the City of Oceanside encouraging the City to make the land use element and zoning code updates a high priority.