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Kim Budil named new director of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Appointed with the concurrence of DOE and NNSA, Budil is the 13th director of the Laboratory since it was established in 1952 and its first woman director.

Growing Your Own Food Shouldn’t Be So Difficult!

With all our technology, there must be a better and easier way to grow healthy food in a small suburban or urban space. There is! Learn how to save up to $2000 per year in food costs, and grow healthier food than you can get at the store.

Waste Prevention Grant Opportunities

StopWaste is currently accepting applications for a range of grant opportunities with total funding up to $475k available to both nonprofits and businesses, aimed at increasing individual, business, and community involvement in the prevention of waste in Alameda County.

2021-02-12T23:22:09-08:00February 12, 2021|Business, Chamber News, Government|0 Comments

Alameda County Health Care Services Agency Update – Week of February 1

On February 3, Governor Newsom's announced that the State of California will partner with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to launch a mega Point-of-Dispensing (POD) pilot vaccination site at the Oakland Coliseum.

2021-02-12T16:30:15-08:00February 8, 2021|COVID-19 Updates, Government|0 Comments

California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program – Round 2 Now Open

Starting February 2, 2021, at 8:00 am PST Lendistry will open Round 2 for all small businesses and nonprofits to apply.

2021-02-12T16:39:29-08:00February 3, 2021|Business, COVID-19 Updates, Government|0 Comments

Intersect Power – LVCC’s Featured Chairman’s Circle Sponsor

A green local energy project in North Livermore, Aramis is a solar project that Livermore and all of Alameda County can be proud of with its innovative and thoughtful design principles.

Calling All Livermore Businesses – Gift Livermore EGift Program Launching February 7

If you own a small business in Livermore and the immediate surrounding Alameda County area, we have worked with the City of Livermore, Alameda County and Yiftee to form an EGift Program that will provide a cash incentive to consumers to support YOU!

2021-02-08T16:12:34-08:00January 29, 2021|Business, Chamber News|0 Comments
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