La Mesa Chamber News | February 17, 2021
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Uber Eats Offers Restaurants Opportunity to Apply $4.5 Million in Grant Funds – Apply Now!
The La Mesa Chamber is happy to offer restaurants a grant opportunity via Uber Eats program, “Eat Local Support Effort” that will provide $20+ million in financial commitments over the next 6 months to restaurants as the pandemic continue to shake the industry. As part of the program, LISC, will administer the $4.5 million Restaurant Grant Program that will help restaurant partners in the U.S. get through the economic crisis caused by COVID-19. Applications are now being accepted. Apply here. Applications must be submitted by Sunday, February 28 at 11:59 p.m.ET. 

These grants may be used for but not limited to paying rent, utilities, payroll, paying outstanding debt to vendors, upgrading technology infrastructure and other immediate operational costs.

The Uber Eats Restaurant Grant Program will support restaurants active on Uber Eats or Postmates as of January 1, 2021, in any U.S. city with financial challenges related to the pandemic. Details are listed with the application.
Board of Supervisors Approves a Plan for a Third Round of Grants for Small Businesses - $30 Million
The County Board of Supervisors approved a plan to prepare for implementing the third round of funding for small business that will be contingent upon the county receiving federal or state stimulus dollars. The total funding approved is $30 million, allowing $6 million for each of the five districts. The grants would be an extension of a $47.5 million Small Business Stimulus Grant Program that was approved last year. Approving this item now will allow the county ready to distribute grants quickly when and if it is received. Last year’s stimulus program received 8,843 applicants but could provide only 7,668 grants. 
Board of Supervisors Approve Additional $52.2 Million for
Rental Assistance
The Board of Supervisors voted on a plan to provide an additional $52.2 million for rental assistance to county residents impacted by the pandemic. The money is the county’s share of $1.5 billion generated by state Senate Bill 91 and is in addition to $48.8 million in federal funds the county received last month, bringing the total assistance to more than $100 million. The funds will be available to renters throughout the county except for residents of the cities of San Diego, which received $49 million in the state’s allocation, and Chula Vista, which received $8 million. Under state guidelines, priorities will be given to households at or below 50 percent of the area’s median income, which would be $57,000 for a family of four or $50,000 for a single person. People who have been unemployed for 90 days also will be given a priority. Also, under the state’s design, landlords who participate in the program will receive up to 80 percent of unpaid rent from April 2020 through March 2021 but must forgive the remaining 20 percent.
Ribbon Cutting for Evolve Treatment Centers
Join us in welcoming Evolve Treatment Centers to our chamber and the business community!

Date: Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Time: 12 noon

Location: 10525 Fuerte Drive, La Mesa CA 91941

Masks will be required and social distancing will be practiced.
Evolve Treatment Centers offer the highest quality teen rehab centers and outpatient treatment programs available for adolescents 12 to 17 years old struggling with mental health, substance abuse, or behavior issues. See their virtual brochure.
Save the Date – Virtual Multi Chamber Mixer on March 11th - Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Businesses from East County
Take this opportunity to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, meet others during this virtual evening mixer and have fun! This celebration will happen on Thursday, March 11th from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. and allow you to network and meet folks “virtually.” What better time to hoist a beverage of your choice in the privacy of your home or office - safely and have some fun? Stay tuned - more information to follow!
Governor Newsom Praises San Diego’s Superstation Effort
On Monday, February 8th the Governor visited the Petco Park Vaccination Superstation where more than 5,000 San Diegans from eligible groups are vaccinated each day. The Governor praised the demonstrated leadership in San Diego that is leading the State of California that was the first county, the first city, to put a site together like Petco Park. On this same day the COVID tracking report listed 698 new cases, a number that was the lowest single-day, new case total reported by the county health department since November 12, 2020. Source: The San Diego Union Tribune – Lauren J. Mapp 
Cases & Trends as of 2/9/21
  • Cases - 248,051, Total deaths – 2,853.
  • Hospitalizations – down by 42% - trending well.
  • 25% decrease in ICU cases in the last 30 days.
  • 52 ICU beds available – COVID ICU patients are down.
  • ICU capacity is at 20%
  • 5 remain in red in the trigger dashboard.
  • The unadjusted case rate is at 34.2 (7-day period)
  • We remain in the Purple Tier.
  • We have 72 community outbreaks.
  • Testing Positivity is at 8.4%.
  • Case Investigation is back up to 97%.
COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

Covid-19 Vaccines & Allergic Reactions:
CDC has learned of reports that some people have experienced severe allergic reactions – also known as anaphylaxis – after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. If you have had a severe allergic reaction to any ingredient in an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, you should not get either of the currently available mRNA COVID-19 vaccines. If you had a severe allergic reaction after getting the first dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, CDC recommends you should not get the second dose. To learn more about COVID-19 vaccines & allergic reactions visit the CDC website.

CDPH launched MY TURN statewide in English and Spanish. This is the site for people to schedule their COVID-19 vaccinations. It is suggested to use CHROME instead of Internet Explorer.

Guidance on Returning to Work Following COVID-19 Diagnosis:
Per the CDPH guidance, individuals who test positive for SRS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, and have symptoms, may return to work or school when: At least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared, AND at least 24 hours have passed with no fever (without the use of fever-reducing medications) AND other symptoms have improved. Individuals who test positive for SARS-CoV-2 who never develop symptoms, may return to work or school 10 days after the date of their first positive test for SARS-CoV-2.

Vaccine Technology & Virus Transmission:
AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine uses an inactivated virus to carry DNA, more stable than mRNA, to do the same thing that produces protein to make antibodies. It is 70% effective. Some early data shows it can prevent COVID-19 transmissibility. The County is still waiting for CDC guidance.
Antibody Testing Results:
Per the CDC, antibody tests determine if you had a past infection with COVID-19. Antibody tests should not be used to diagnose a current infection. For information about antibody test results see the CDC webpage and talk to your health care provider. Whether you test positive or negative for COVID-19 on a viral or antibody test, you still should take steps to protect yourself and others: wear a mask, physical distance, avoid crowds, avoid indoor spaces, wash hands, clean and disinfect.

Proof of Vaccination Eligibility:
Please see for vaccination eligibility information. Guidance will be available when the next phase is eligible for the vaccine. Proof of vaccination eligibility (photo ID and documentation) will be required for essential workers. 

Quarantining Households Working for Same Employer:
It is important to follow isolation guidance if a person tests positive for COVID-19. Other members of the same household should follow quarantine guidance. Until the person leaves isolation, the family member in quarantine can still be infected. 

Outbreak in the Workplace:
CalOSHA oversees workplace safety and health regulations in California required for employers to protect workers exposed to infectious diseases like COVID-19. Employers are encouraged to sign up for a Cal/OSHA Consultation Services Webinar that addressed employer responsibilities under the new regulations and a COVID-19 Prevention Program (CPP). 

Indoor Day Camp Guidelines:
Businesses that transition into a day camp model should follow the CDPH guidance and the guidance on outdoor and indoor youth and recreational adults’ sports. Day Camp Businesses should also have their County Safe Reopening Plan available and update as needed.

Eviction Moratorium Update:
Governor Gavin Newsom signed legislation to extend the state’s landmark eviction moratorium through June 30, 2021, protecting millions of Californians struggling as a result of the economic hardships brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vaccine Documentation for Informal Care Givers:
Informal caregivers can contact their doctor or provider to request a letter verifying them as a caregiver. If a client is part of the San Diego Regional Center, then they can request a verification letter.
Senator Brian Jones Introduces SB 397 a Bill to Treat Religious Services as an Essential Service
We wanted to inform you about a bill that has been created by our Senator Brian Jones. This bill SB 397 requires the Governor and local governments to treat religious services as an essential service during any declared state of emergency and prohibited the state from discriminating against any religious organization. Below is the memo from our Senator and if you wish to comment and/or support SB 397, click here.
From Senator Jones: Religious Services are Essential

The Right to Worship is a Constitutionally-Protected Right

Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee) introduced Senate Bill 397‚ a measure which would classify religious services as an essential activity during a declared state of emergency and ensure that the government does not take any discriminatory actions against religious organizations.

The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees religious freedom and the right to peaceably assemble. However‚ since Governor Newsom first declared a state of emergency due to COVID-19‚ many of his executive actions have consistently included prohibitions on the operation of religious services.

Despite the fact that all Americans hold a right to the free exercise of religion‚ California has placed more stringent restrictions on religious services than on other industries they have deemed essential.

SB 397 requires the Governor and local governments to treat religious services as an essential service during any declared state of emergency and prohibits the state from discriminating against any religious organizations. Furthermore‚ SB 397 requires any burden placed on religious organizations to be the least restrictive means of furthering a compelling government interest.

This bill ensures that religious organizations are treated fairly and allowed to operate within the same restrictions placed upon other essential services‚ while still allowing room for government to set safety parameters to further public health needs.

The bill is co-sponsored by the California Family Council‚ California Resource Institute‚ Judeo-Christian Caucus‚ and Real Impact. It is supported by Alliance Defending Freedom‚ Calvary Chapel Chino Hills‚ and the Salt & Light Council.

If you’d like to weigh-in with your support of SB 397‚ please send me an email here.
Supervisor Joel Anderson Gains Support from Supervisors to Fund $6 Million for El Monte Park/Ballfield Improvements
On Wednesday, February 10th the County Board of Supervisors agreed to a $2.9 land purchase of the El Monte parcels from the Helix Water District. The Board also agreed to proceed with a funding plan in March providing approximately $6 million for additional improvements to the parcels, including restoring open space, cleaning up homeless encampments, removing non-native landscaping, and installing trails and restore ball fields. Chairman Fletcher agreed to work with Supervisor Anderson on a Board letter in March funding these improvements. The proposed sand mining plant adjacent to the El Monte/Helix parcels. That proposal is currently going through environmental and community review. 

Photos of Existing Conditions at El Monte Park/Ballfield:
IRS Criminal Investigation Warns Taxpayers About New Wave of COVID-19 Scams as Second Round of Economic Impact Payments are Delivered
The Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division (IRS-CI) is warning California taxpayers about a new wave of COVID-19-related scams as the agency delivers the second round of Economic Impact Payments.

In the last several months, IRS-CI has seen a variety of Economic Impact Payment (EIP) scams and other financial schemes designed to steal money and personal information from taxpayers. Criminals are taking advantage of the second round of Economic Impact Payments – as well as the approaching filing season – to trick honest taxpayers out of their hard-earned money.

“Fraudsters beware! The IRS-CI Los Angeles Field Office is on high-alert regarding the recent Economic Impact Payment scams designed to steal money from American taxpayers who are in need of the ongoing COVD-19 economic relief efforts,” said IRS-CI L.A. Field Office Special Agent in Charge Ryan Korner. We will work tirelessly with our law enforcement partners to identify the perpetrators of these schemes and they will be brought to justice. We ask all California taxpayers to remain vigilant and spread the word to avoid becoming the victim of these criminal schemes designed to steal your money and personal information.”
 Some common COVID-19 scams include:

  • Text messages asking taxpayers to disclose bank account information under the guise of receiving the $1,200 Economic Impact Payments.
  • Phishing schemes using email, letters and social media messages with key words such as “Coronavirus,” “COVID-19,” and “stimulus” in varying ways. These communications are blasted to large numbers of people and aim to access personally identifying information and financial account information (including account numbers and passwords).
  •  The organized and unofficial sale of fake at-home COVID-19 test kits (as well as offers to sell fake cures, vaccines, pills, and professional medical advice regarding unproven COVID-19 treatments).
  •  Fake donation requests for individuals, groups and areas heavily affected by the disease. 
  • Bogus opportunities to invest in companies developing COVID-19 vaccines while promising that the “company” will dramatically increase in value as a result.

Although criminals are constantly changing their tactics, taxpayers can help protect themselves by acting as the first line of defense. The best way to avoid falling victim to a scam is knowing how the IRS communicates with taxpayers. The IRS does not send unsolicited texts or emails. The IRS does not call people with threats of jail or lawsuits, nor does it demand tax payments on gift cards.

IRS-CI continues investigating hundreds of COVID-19-related cases with law enforcement agencies domestically and abroad and educating taxpayers about scams.

COVID-19 scams should be reported to the National Center for Disaster Fraud(NCDF) Hotline at 1-866-720-5721 or submitted through the NCDF Web Complaint Form. The NCDF is a national coordinating agency within the Department of Justice’s Criminal Division dedicated to improving the detection, prevention, investigation and prosecution of criminal conduct related to natural and man-made disasters and other emergencies.

Taxpayers can also report fraud or theft of their Economic Impact Payments to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA). Reports can be made online at TIPS.TIGTA.GOV.

Taxpayers who receive unsolicited emails or social media attempts to gather information that appear to be from either the IRS or an organization closely linked to the IRS, should forward the message to Taxpayers are encouraged not to engage potential scammers online or on the phone.

To learn more about COVID-19 scams and other financial schemes visit Official IRS information about COVID-19 and Economic Impact Payments can be found on the Coronavirus Tax Relief page, which is updated frequently.

All media requesting a follow-up interview with IRS-CI L.A. Field Office representatives, contact Public Affairs Officer Suzanna Brugler at
From Youth For Christ San Diego: Justice Business
Want to become a Justice Business? The new mentorship program designed by Youth For Christ San Diego is meant to sharpen the job preparedness skills of the highest-risk teens from some of the lowest socio-economic areas of San Diego County. If you are a San Diego business, willing to partner with us to expose kids to the workforce, please contact us! Studies show that kids who are equipped with job preparedness, are less likely to engage in crime and not recycle into incarceration. We are excited to cross-market with you in this partnership through a PR program we have prepared for this spring! Be a part of something that makes a difference…become a Justice Business today! Contact us for more details: Amy Conrad at
Theme Parks’ Pleas to Reopen Get Assist
Desperate to reopen sooner than later, California theme parks are hoping a state bill unveiled last week will persuade Gov. Gavin Newsom to ease guidelines that for now require a huge drop in new COVID-19 cases before park operations could resume. Under the current color-coded system governing how and when businesses can reopen, large theme parks like Disneyland, SeaWorld, Legoland and Knott’s Berry Farm cannot welcome back any guests until COVID-19 infection rates in their home counties drop to where there is less than one new case per 100,000 population per day. Two Assembly members from Southern California have introduced AB420, which calls on Newsom to adjust the tiered system so that parks could reopen once a county enters the orange tier- the second least restrictive of four tiers. The metric for falling into that level is a 1 to 3.9 daily new cases per 100,000, a rate that is still not even close to current conditions. In San Diego County, the current daily case rate, adjusted for how much testing the region is doing, is a little over 40 cases per 100,000. Source: The San Diego Union Tribune – Lori Weisberg.
SDCCU Presents Financial Wellness Wednesdays - Online Webinars
As your financial service partner, maintaining the trust of our members is a top priority. This is especially important during times of uncertainty such as those we may be observing with COVID-19. Therefore, we are hosting our Financial Wellness Wednesdays presentations online instead of in-person.

SDCCU is proud to host Financial Wellness Wednesdays. Join us for free webinars presented by SDCCU representatives on the following topics and more:
  • Biz Kid$ Bash Webinars – NEW!
  • Current Scams and How to Protect your Finances
  • Millennial’s Guide to Saving – NEW!
  • Elder Fraud Awareness – NEW!
  • Ten Simple Steps to Financial Success
  • Understanding Credit Reports, Preventing Identity Theft & Scams
  • Building a Better Budget
  • Rebuilding After a Financial Crisis
  • Teens & Money
  • College Financing 101
  • Planning for Money Milestones
  • Psychology of Spending
  • Raising a Smart Money Kid
  • Safeguarding Kids’ Identity and Online Privacy
  • Using Your Home’s Equity
  • 30 Ways to Trim Your Budget
  • Managing Finances: The Business of Life
  • The Keys to Homeownership
  • Preparing for Retirement
  • Auto Buying Basics

For kids/teens, here is our free Bizkid$ Programs that help kids/teens learn about finances and money management at The online site includes YouTube videos, quizzes, games, worksheets, and more.
From Chair Nathan Fletcher: Join Us for the State of the County
You are invited to be a part of Chair Nathan Fletcher's State of the County address on February 18, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. Please RSVP today, to find out how to watch the Chair discuss the current state of our county, including plans for recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Invite your friends and family to join you by clicking on the "forward to a friend" icon at the top of the email. You can also tell your friends about the State of San Diego County address by sharing images from this link: State of the County Social Media Content
From DA Summer Stephan: Beware of COVID-19 Scams
Important Tips to Prevent COVID-19 Scams

Unfortunately, Criminals are using the COVID-19 emergency to steal personal and medical information from people across the country, especially the most vulnerable, the elderly population.

Please be vigilant about recognizing scams that are attempting to steal your personal information and your money. You should not respond to unsolicited requests to conduct COVID-19 testing, obtain a COVID-19 vaccine, or provide your personal and medical information.

CLICK here for more important tips on how to avoid COVID-19 vaccine scams.
Safety Tips While Dating in the Digital Age

Swipe left or swipe right? Texting or sexting? Dating and romance, or Stalking? Join us for a discussion about safe and healthy relationships during this digital age. Click here to RSVP for this virtual Zoom event.
La Mesa Community Relations and Veterans Commission to Host Virtual Resource Fair for Older Adults
As part of the Livable La Mesa Age Friendly project, the City of La Mesa Community Relations and Veterans Commission will host a virtual resource fair for older adults, their family members and caregivers on Wednesday, February 24 at 6:00 PM. The 90 minute virtual event will foster dialog on the effects of COVID-19 on the everyday lives of older adults. Experts from the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, Oasis and the San Diego County Library will be on hand to provide tips and tools as well as resources including food access, transportation, fitness, technology, mental health, and combating social isolation. The event is free to watch on Zoom at or listen by phone by calling 669.900.6833 webinar ID: 938 7268 8513.

For more information, to submit questions for speakers or for help accessing Zoom contact Megan Howell at by noon on February 22nd.
Another Reminder - Be Sure and Advertise Your Business for FREE in the San Diego Union Tribune Newspaper & Online Directory
Have you filled out the simple form online to advertise your business for FREE? The San Diego Union Tribune has created an opportunity for businesses to let the public know - “Yes, We’re Open.” This business marketing campaign lists your business name, address, phone number and website in ads they print in the newspaper and their online directory.

Sign up NOW - visit to fill out the form to list your business in print and online – FREE!

If you need help or questions - call Mary England 619-251-7730 and we will be glad to assist you!
From the CA DMV: Stay Home, Stay Safe, Visit the DMV Online
As we continue to take on the challenges presented by the #coronavirus pandemic, the health and safety of Californians remains a top priority for the @ca_dmv. The majority of DMV tasks can now be completed through our new and improved website, or at DMV Now kiosks located in supermarkets conveniently across the state. Stay home, stay safe!
Member Restaurants Offering Take Out / Delivery
You are able to order food for “take out” and you may “pick up” meals at these restaurants. You may check the websites of these restaurants to see what food delivery services they use to make your dining experience easy and convenient.
Anthony's Fish Grotto
Takeout: 11:30am - 8pm
Retail market: 11:30am -7pm
9530 Murray Drive in La Mesa

BJs Restaurant and Brewhouse
7 days a week from 11am-10pm - Outdoor Dining, Takeout, Curbside Service, & Delivery.
5500 Grossmont Drive
(619) 589-7222 |

Brew Coffee Spot
Patio open 8-3 daily | online ordering | take out
(619) 246-1244
6101 Lake Murray Blvd. in La Mesa

Cali Comfort BBQ
Take out: 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. 7 days a week.
8910 Troy Street in Spring Valley

Cucina Basilico
Takeout: 4:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
(619) 825-3171
7200 Parkway Dr. in La Mesa

Dream Dinners
Easy, Homemade Meals
5208 Jackson Dr #116 - La Mesa
(619) 460-6800 |

Edible Arrangements
Free delivery! 8237 La Mesa Blvd. in La Mesa
(619) 464-1111 |

El Pollo Loco
10 a.m. - 10 p.m. for drive through meals.
4990 Baltimore Drive in La Mesa
(619) 797-1956 |

Himalayan Cuisine
Take out: 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. Sunday - Thursday
Friday & Saturday: 11am - 10pm
(619) 461-2503
7918 El Cajon Blvd #P in La Mesa

Hooleys Public House
Takeout & delivery
Tue - Thur 4 - 9 pm | Fri 4 - 10 pm | Sat 11 am - 10 pm | Sun 11 am - 7 pm
5500 Grossmont Center Dr. #277
(619) 713-6900 |
Little Roma
Delivery available.
Mon - Sat: 11am - 9pm | Sun: 4pm - 8:30pm
Delivery hours: M-Sat 11am- 9pm | Sun 4-8:30pm
5575 Baltimore Drive, Suite 104 in La Mesa
(619) 461-7000 |

Los Pinos Taco Shop
Takeout: Mon - Sat 10:30am - 9pm.
Sunday 4 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
(619) 462-5031
5646 Lake Murray Blvd in La Mesa

Marie Callender's
Take out and delivery available!
Mon-Thur & Sun: 11am-8pm | Fri & Sat 11am-9pm
6950 Alvarado Rd. in San Diego
(619) 465-1910 |

Nonno's Ristorante Italiano
Carry out.
5314 Baltimore Drive in La Mesa
(619) 337-9559 |

Red Lobster
Takeout: Sun - Thurs: 11am - 10pm, Fri & Sat: 11am - 11pm
(619) 463-4449 | 8703 Murray Drive in La Mesa
Free delivery when ordering at:

San Pasqual Winery
Mon - Thur: 12 - 6 PM | Fri - Sat: 12 - 8 PM | Sunday: 12 - 5 PM
Order pick ups and bottles to go.
8364 La Mesa Blvd. in La Mesa
(619) 462-1797 |

Surf Rider Pizza Co.
Takeout: Tuesday - Sunday 11:30am - 7:30pm
8381 La Mesa Blvd. in La Mesa
(619) 340-1270 |

The Lunch Box Cafe and Deli
Takeout or delivery!
Tuesday to Friday: 7:30am - 2:00pm
Saturday: 7:30am - 1:00pm
8751 La Mesa Blvd. in La Mesa
(619) 463-4013 |

Valley Farm Market
Fresh meat, chicken and fish, as well as milk, eggs, bread and fresh produce. Products are available on a “first come, first served” basis.
9040 Campo Rd. in Spring Valley
(619) 463-9595 |
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Show Off Your Membership With Pride!
"Most consumers (59%) think that being active in the local chamber of commerce is an effective business strategy overall. It is 29% more effective, however, for communicating to consumers that a
company uses good business practices and 26% more effective for communicating that a business is reputable."
Quoted from "The Real Value of Joining a Local Chamber of Commerce"

Not only do we provide members a physical plaque to display at their place of business, we also provide a way to further brand your business by providing a Virtual Plaque to display right on your website. Membership in a chamber of commerce has come to signify corporate citizenship and excellence, and your website is your storefront to the consumer and the world. Just place it on your website with a link back to or to your personal business page in our directory.
Special Thank You to Our Premium Members
Diamond Member
Grossmont Center
At Grossmont Center, you’ll be reminded why our center has thrived since 1961 because it’s where friendships are made, family bonds are strengthened and memories are created.
5500 Grossmont Center Dr. #213 in La Mesa
(619) 465-2900 |
Platinum Members
Boston Beer Company
Edible Arrangements
Sandra Small/ Photographer
SMIB Management, Inc.
The Little Warehouse
Self Storage
Gold Members
AAA Imaging
American Medical Response
Barnes & Noble -
Grossmont Center
Benchmark Financial
Community Spectrum
Discovering My City Magazine
DMZ Visual Marketing
EDCO Waste & Recycling Corp.
Frazier Farms
Hallman Jewelers
Kostedt Design & Marketing
Magnaglobe Enterprises
Mobility Works
Park Station
PenChecks, Inc.
Productivity Plus Office Support
San Pasqual Winery
Sanctuary Cruises
Studio M.I.F.
The East County Californian
Vision Studio Concepts
William H. Sauls
Thank you for being a member and for your support!

Mary England
President & CEO
Cell: 619-251-7730
La Mesa Chamber of Commerce ∙ P.O. Box 94 ∙ La Mesa, California 91944