EDC News

James M. Cox Foundation awards $500,000 to Sharp HealthCare Foundation

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(SAN DIEGO) June 21, 2022 – To help transform health care in San Diego, the James M. Cox Foundation has awarded Sharp HealthCare Foundation a $500,000 grant for its technology immersion lab at the future Prebys Innovation and Education Center in Kearny Mesa. The James M. Cox Foundation is the charitable arm of Cox Enterprises, the parent company of Cox Communications. The James M. Cox Foundation donation will help fund the Prebys Innovation and Education Center’s

SCEDC Signs Memorandum of Understanding

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On June 15 South County EDC  joined a coalition of binational organizations in signing a Memorandum of Understanding focused on advancing the San Diego and Tijuana region. The effort will focus on generating and promoting economic and business opportunities on both sides of the international border, strengthening the economy, quality of life, and education and tourism as a means of attracting foreign direct investment to the region. Our organizations have long been partners in identifying

Graffiti Removal Webinar Program

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Dear Interested Stakeholder, San Diego County Planning & Development Services (PDS) is hosting three webinars to receive input for a proposed Graffiti Removal Program. These webinars will cover project background and objectives, and will provide an interactive forum to answer questions and gather public input. All webinars will cover the same information, but are offered multiple times so you may select the date and time that is most convenient for you. PDS will be holding

Advanced Clean Fleet Program

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The California Air Resource Board (CARB) will be presenting outlined regulations to their Board in October surrounding the Advanced Clean Fleet Program. With this important matter impacting thousands of trucks in our region and 100’s of businesses we ask that you join in the conversation. Our Public Policy and Transportation and Infrastructure Committees have been meeting to assess what recommendations or response would be made by the South County EDC on behalf of our local