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The State of the Chamber – 2017

The State of the Chamber – 2017

It is year-end for 2017 and I want to reflect on the number of years that I ...

Know Your Candidates – Modesto 2017 Election

Know Your Candidates – Modesto 2017 Election

Opening Statement The next regular municipal election for the City of Modesto will be held on Nov. ...

Message from the CEO – July 2017

Message from the CEO – July 2017

In this issue of Progress we are rolling out our “NEW LOOK.” I hope you enjoy—please let ...

A New Look for Progress and A New Approach for Your Chamber

A New Look for Progress and A New Approach for Your Chamber

We hope that as soon as you picked it up, you noticed something different about this month’s ...

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Stanislaus County

Air Quality & Health

Who doesn’t love a warm cozy fire during the winter holiday season? Did you know that burning produces various compounds toxic to the environment including nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), carbon monoxide, and particle pollution all of which affects our health? Get informed and inform those around you about the facts behind air quality and the effect it ...Full Article

A Resolution that will Succeed

You open your eyes in the morning, you feel refreshed…rested. You feel great in your own skin, strong, healthy, alive. You crave food that truly nourishes you and your ...Full Article

McHenry Village: A Tradition since 1953

McHenry Village continues to grow with new businesses and as many of you may have noticed there is a huge new digital reader board on McHenry Avenue at the ...Full Article

Becoming the Best County in America

For new Stanislaus County CEO Stan Risen, the story of his administration is right on his business card. “It’s all in the vision statement,” says Risen, pointing to the ...Full Article

The Years Ahead: Making a Brighter Future for Modesto

In November, Stanislaus voters hit the polls to decide on races and measures that will have long-reaching consequences for local neighborhoods, schools, utilities and cities throughout the county. While ...Full Article
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