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Transportation Secretary Coming To Riverside

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California Business, Transportation, and Housing Agency Secretary Dale E. Bonner will address those gathering at the 2007 Legislative Summit presented by the Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce on October 12, 2007 at the Riverside Convention Center.  The jam-packed afternoon will highlight the accomplishments of the Chamber's Governmental Affairs Council, and a question and answer session with Dale Bonner. 

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Dale E. Bonner
The 2007 Legislative Summit is not only a chance to gain insight into what is happening at the state level, but also an opportunity for people within the community to be in touch with their legislators.  Senator Bob Dutton and Assembly Members John Benoit and Kevin Jeffries will also provide a legislative update. 

Dale E. Bonner returned to public service in March 2007, when he was appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as Secretary of the Business, Transportation and Housing Agency.  Bonner previously served in the public sector as deputy secretary and general counsel for BT&H from 1996 to 1998.  From 1998 to 1999, he served as Commissioner of the California Department of Corporations.  As Commissioner of Corporations, he regulated California's corporate securities, financial services and managed care industries.  Bonner served as deputy legal affairs secretary in the Office of Governor Pete Wilson from 1992 to 1996.  The 2007 Legislative Summit will be held on Friday, October 12 at 11:30 a.m. at the Riverside Convention Center.  Cost is $40 per person and includes lunch. 

Held annually, the Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce Legislative Summit gives business owners and leaders the opportunity to interact with high level government officials and legislators. With nearly 1700 members, the Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce is a member driven, volunteer organization that is dedicated to building a stronger local economy by actively promoting and supporting our community, by fostering the growth and strength of our member organizations, and by engaging federal, state and local officials on behalf of business interests.

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