Legislative Summit 2022
The Gilroy Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 9th Annual Legislative Summit scheduled for Friday, April 22 at the Hilton Garden Inn located at 6070 Monterey Rd. from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
This is a regional event for South County and the Summit allows Chamber members, local businesses owners and operators as well as residents the opportunity to hear from their elected officials about issues that affect them most. Topics of discussion may include immigration, inflation, drought impacts, Covid recovery and small business grants, housing, $3.9 million dollar grant for Gilroy, and Sharks Ice, to name a few. Below is the list of elected officials attending.
- Gilroy Mayor Marie Blankley
- Morgan Hill Mayor Rich Constantine
- Congressman Jimmy Panetta
- State Assemblymember Robert Rivas
- County Supervisor Mike Wasserman
- Valley Water Director John Varela
- Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren
- **California State Senator John Laird
** unable to attend
The cost to attend the Legislative Summit is $45 per person which includes a plated lunch. For more information or to register for the event, click here or contact the Chamber office at 408-842-6437.
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Anita Bedoya, Owner, Lapels Dry Cleaning
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Ryan and Larissa Dickerson, Owners of Bitter Taphouse
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Jaime Rosso, CEO, Rosso’s Furniture
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