Plano Chamber Public Policy Newsletter
The Plano Chamber of Commerce is beginning work on its Legislative Agenda for the 86 th Texas Legislature in 2019. Beginning in August, please be on the lookout for our member survey that we use to better understand your company’s policy concerns and priorities. We will also be reaching out to a variety of members to help add depth to our industry-specific priorities, such as health care, transportation and education. We look forward to working with all of you to ensure your Plano Chamber is an effective advocate for your Plano business community in the coming legislative session.

On the local level, we are excited that the Plano City Council is committed to putting the Envision Oak Point plan back on the agenda for an official vote in July. We will continue to support the plan and keep you updated as it moves forward.
The Texas State Senate and House of Representatives both held numerous interim committee hearings throughout last month. CLICK HERE to read a detailed monthly report on their activities.
Financial Times, by Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson and Patti Waldmeir
June 17, 2018

Wall Street Journal, by Louise Radnofsky, Michelle Hackman and Alicia A. Caldwell
June 18, 2018

Wall Street Journal, by Ira Iosebashvili and Akane Otani
June 17, 2018
Join us on Thursday, June 28 at 11:30 AM to hear from a panel of restaurant, retail, and office developers that are making a big impact on North Texas . Hear from executives representing Front Burner Restaurants, Granite Properties, and Starwood Retail Partners. RSVP HERE .

The Plano Chamber Public Policy Committee will not meet in July.  The next meeting will be held on August 1, 2018 at 7:30 am at the Chamber offices. All members are welcome to attend and hear updates on a variety of issues such as transportation, education, economic development, higher education and more.    
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