Small Business Optimism Hits Near All-Time High

Dec 12, 2017, Amber Marron, No Comments

Not since the roaring Reagan economy has small business optimism been as high as it was in November, according to the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Index of Small Business Optimism, released today. “We haven’t seen this kind of optimism in 34 years, and we’ve seen it only once in the 44 years that NFIB has been […]

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January 1, 2018 Minimum Wage Increase Information

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Starting January 1, 2018 the minimum wage will increase due to Senate Bill No. 3 that was approved by the Governor in 2016. This bill will increase the minimum wage at the beginning of every year until the minimum wage is $15 per hour and is required for all California employees. The only employees that […]

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CA Controller Reports November Revenues Exceed Expectations as Retail Sales Remain Strong

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From a California State Controller’s Office Press Release SACRAMENTO—State Controller Betty T. Yee reported today California’s total revenues of $8.31 billion for November were $449.8 million above expectations, powered by strong retail sales. Personal income tax (PIT), the largest state revenue source, fell short by nearly $200 million. For the first five months of the […]

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Member Spotlight: St. Thomas the Apostle School

Dec 11, 2017, Amber Marron, No Comments

St. Thomas the Apostle School has been an Oroville Chamber member since 2006! Teaching grades K – 8th, they strive to offer a values-based education to the children who attend. They focus on spiritual, academic, and emotional development through their philosophy to provide a Catholic education, so each student can become a total person. When […]

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“Apply on the Spot” California Competes Tax Credit Workshop

Dec 07, 2017, Amber Marron, No Comments

Many company owners are unaware that these programs exist and/or are so busy running their business that they don’t have time to navigate the application process to access these funds.   CMTC is here to help. On Friday, January 5th, in partnership with Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva and the Governor’s Office of Business & Economic Development (GOBiz), we […]

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Member Spotlight: Alpha Beta Chapter of Omega Nu

Nov 30, 2017, Amber Marron, No Comments

The Alpha Beta Chapter of Omega Nu is a local sisterhood sorority of women whose purpose is charity. They want to give back to the city of Oroville as much as they can, and they do this by helping and participating in various projects including the El Medio Fire Dept., Children’s Protective Services, Red Ribbon […]

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Member Spotlight: Fowler Pest Services

Nov 28, 2017, Amber Marron, No Comments

Fowler Pest Services was started by owner Kent Fowler ten years ago. Their goal is to rid your home and yard of pests and keep them away with year-round services. They are the only pest service in the area that has an agricultural license which allows them to also get rid of ground rodents like […]

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2017 Breakfast with Santa

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From a Feather River Recreation and Park District Press Release The Feather River Recreation and Park District is hosting its annual Breakfast with Santa! The event is this Saturday, December 2nd. Tickets are available for purchase by phone (530) 533-2011 or by visiting our Activity Center. Breakfast times are 8:30 am and 9:30 am and […]

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Free Annual Mistletoe Party at Oroville’s Historic C.F. Lott Home

Nov 27, 2017, Amber Marron, No Comments

From a City of Oroville Press Release The Friends of the Parks and the City of Oroville will host a festive mistletoe party at the historic C.F. Lott Home on Sunday December 3, 2017, from noon until 4:00 P.M. In 1856 Judge Charles F. Lott held a joyful holiday party for all Orovillians to meet […]

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Member Spotlight: Girl Scouts of Northern California

Nov 22, 2017, Amber Marron, No Comments

The Girl Scouts of Northern California is made up of over 47,000 girls and 32,000 adults. Their goal is to help families and girls discover their strengths, connect with others, and take action in the Oroville community. With the Girl Scouts of Northern California, you will be able to discover the G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-Taker, […]

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