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Century City Chamber Updates

The Century City Chamber now Accepting Nominations for the 2012 Citizen of the Year Awards

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

We are excited to announce that for the first time in 30 years, we will be taking nominations for our
prestigious 2012 Citizen of the Year Awards Luncheon,

held Thursday, May 23rd at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel.

One “Citizen of the Year” is selected in each of the following categories: Individual and Corporate.

Past Honorees have included:
John E. Anderson of TOPA Equities
Alan Rothenberg of 1st Century Bank
Allen Matkins
Brad Cox
Tiffany & Co.
Trammell Crow Company 
Universal Protection Service 
And many others…

For additional information, please click on the image to download a PDF version of the 2012 Citizen of the Year Nomination Form.
You may also call our office at (310) 553-2222 or email us at contact@centurycitycc.com.

Completed Nomination Forms will be accepted until next Friday, January 20th.

New 2012 Board of Directors Executive Committee

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

The Century City Chamber recently inducted its new
2012 Board of Directors Executive Committee
at a recent January Board meeting!


Below is a list of our new 2012 Executive Committee,
appearing from left to right in the above photo:

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT:
Owen Fileti, L.A. Realty Partners

SECRETARY:
Susan Coddington, Chelsea Design Group, Inc.

TREASURER:
Louis Dienes, TroyGould PC

DIRECTOR AT LARGE:
Jean Tardy-Vallernaud, Gainsborough Capital LLC

DIRECTOR AT LARGE:
Harris Sperling, HS Consulting

DIRECTOR AT LARGE:
Renee Watkinson, Century Park/CBRE

IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR:
Samantha Martinez, Kindel Gagan

PRESIDENT & CEO:
Susan Bursk, Century City Chamber of Commerce

DIRECTOR AT LARGE:
Carey Doss, ABM Industries, Inc.

(Not pictured)
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD:
Mark Garcia, Mark Garcia Consulting

DIRECTOR AT LARGE:
Mike Holwick, Holwick Constructors, Inc.

Westwood-Century City Patch Covers a Century City Chamber Event

Thursday, December 29th, 2011

Need a good read?

Check out this video & article by Westwood-Century City Patch on our Arts & Cultural Affairs Council’s 1st Appraisal Fair on 12/13!

(Click on the video below to be redirected to the Westwood-Century City Patch website)

 

http://centurycity.patch.com/articles/antiques-determined-to-be-trash-or-treasure#video-8703920

31st Annual Century City Golf Tournament Update

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

We would like to thank the following sponsors and community partners for their support and contributions to our 31st Annual Century City Golf Tournament!
We greatly appreciate their efforts to make this event such a success.

SPONSORS

Eagle
Environmental Service Concepts
Otis

Helicopter Ball Drop
Universal Services of America

Awards
Veolia Energy

Birdie
Constellation Place, LLC
CP Document Technologies
Holwick Constructors, Inc.
Mitsubishi Electric Elevator/Escalator Division
The Private Bank of California
ValleyCrest Landscape Maintenance
Westfield Century City
Williams Data Management

Breakfast & Lunch
Comet Electric, Inc.
Pinnacle Communication Services

Contributing
Robinson Ranch
Valencia Mercedes-Benz
ABM Industries, Inc.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS
Alex & Louis
B&W Limo
Baja Country Club
Beverly Hills Country Club
Brooks Brothers
Cathy Campfield
City Xpress
Craft Los Angeles
Fox Entertainment Group
Har-Bro Incorporated
Hyatt Regency Century Plaza
Ocean Institute
Pandora
Pink Taco
RockSugar Pan Asian Kitchen
Roger Dunn Golf Shops
Sperry Top-Sider
Standard Parking
Steve Campbell
The Beverly Hilton Hotel
The Cheesecake Factory
The InterContinental Los Angeles Century City
The Stand
The Trojan Wine Society, Wine of the Month Club
Tiffany & Co., Century City
Trimana
Waxie Sanitary Supply

CENTURY CITY COMMUNITY SPEAKS OUT IN FAVOR OF PROPOSED CENTURY CITY SUBWAY STATION AT CONSTELLATION AND AVENUE OF THE STARS

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

City Officials, Century City Chamber of Commerce, Business Leaders and Local Homeowners Associations Come Together To Release New Radius Maps Demonstrating The Constellation Station To Be The Station With The Highest Rider Potential

Century City, Ca (June 9, 2011) – The Century City Chamber of Commerce (CCCC) was joined today by Los Angeles city officials, local business leaders, the Century City Homeowners Alliance and the nearby Comstock Hills Homeowners Association voicing their support for the proposed Constellation Blvd. and Avenue of the Stars subway station (Constellation Station) as part of the Westside Subway Extension.

“The Constellation stop is the most logical place for a Century City Station and I will continue to strongly support this project as long as Metro ensures that the issues of concern to local residents are satisfactorily addressed in future engineering studies,” said Paul Koretz, Los Angeles City Councilman, 5th District. “I look forward to having a safe and reliable transportation alternative that will help link vital city neighborhoods and employment centers such as Westwood and Century City.”

In a combined effort, the CCCC with support from the homeowners associations conducted a study of the area’s workforce population demonstrating that the one-quarter mile radius around the Constellation Station encompasses 11,555,261 square feet of commercial space with 27,263 occupants. This represents a much greater density than either of the other proposed locations on Santa Monica Blvd.

“We feel that the public should understand the facts associated with the Constellation Station and wanted to offer up-to-date information showing the true impact of the proposed locations,” said Susan Bursk, president & CEO of the Century City Chamber of Commerce. “The bottom line is that both the business and the residential communities, those most affected, have agreed that the Century City station should be at the heart of Century City at Avenue of the Stars and Constellation, keeping it close to all major businesses and hotels.”

Bursk cites a May 12, 2011 report titled “Missed Opportunity: Transit and Jobs in Metropolitan America.” According to the Brookings Institution, “Transportation leaders should make access to jobs an explicit priority in their spending and service decisions, especially given the budget pressures they face. Metro leaders should coordinate strategies regarding land use, economic development and housing with transit decisions in order to ensure that transit reaches more people and more jobs efficiently.”

“The community of Comstock Hills believes the station should be in the middle of Century City where the most ridership will be achieved,” said Jan Reichmann, president of the Comstock Hills Homeowners Association.  “Placing a station adjacent to the LA Country Club Golf Course on Santa Monica Blvd. or anywhere on Santa Monica Blvd. would be foolish since it would not only force employees to wait at long lights and traverse the large double lane highway, but would disrupt the constant flow of east west traffic on the very busy Boulevard.”

The radius map study was conducted by, Gibson Transportation Consulting, Inc. on behalf of the Century City Chamber of Commerce and the area’s property owners and homeowner associations. The complete radius maps can be viewed at: http://www.centurycitycc.com/wp-content/themes/century-city-chamber/docs/1076_station_locations_final.pdf

Those wishing to show their support for the Constellation Station, can do so by filling out the online petition at: http://www.centurycitycc.com/subway-petition/

About The Century City Chamber of Commerce

The mission of the Century City Chamber of Commerce is to promote the best interests of Century City and its membership, serving as the unifying voice for business development and civic growth, through effective communication, events and programs making Century City the preferred place to live, work, visit and shop within the City of Los Angeles. For more information, please visit, http://www.centurycitycc.com

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CITY OFFICIALS, CENTURY CITY BUSINESSES AND RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES TO HOLD A PRESS CONFERENCE ON THE PROPOSED LOCATION OF THE CENTURY CITY SUBWAY STATION

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

CENTURY CITY CHAMBER OPPOSES REDUCTIONS AT LOS ANGELES FIRE STATION 092

Friday, May 13th, 2011

Last week, the Century City Chamber sent a letter in opposition of a Los Angeles City plan to reduce services, equipment and personnel at Fire Station 092. Below is a copy of the letter our organization sent to the City’s Finance & Budget Committee:

VIDEO FROM OUR POWER BREAKFAST WITH LOS ANGELES MAYOR ANTONIO VILLARAIGOSA

Monday, April 11th, 2011

If you missed our Government Affairs Council’s Power Breakfast with Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa last week don’t worry!!

Here is a clip of the video, courtesy of the Century City News:

(Click on the video, or click here to follow link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRfrlYhiEDs)

For more information, please feel free to contact us: 310.553.2222

VIDEO FROM OUR SMOOTH JAZZ & POETRY LUNCH

Friday, February 25th, 2011

If you missed our Arts & Cultural Affairs Council’s Smooth Jazz & Poetry Luncheon
last month with former U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky & The Bobby Bradford Trio,
don’t worry!!

Here is a clip of the video:

(Click on the video, or click here to follow link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyyQqDgmhmk)

We hope you can join us at the next event!

CENTURY CITY CHAMBER PRESIDENT/CEO GRADUATES FROM THE WESTERN ASSOCIATION OF CHAMBER EXECUTIVES (WACE) ACADEMY

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

Los Angeles, CA – Susan Bursk, President and CEO of the Century City Chamber of Commerce, was among the 28 chamber executives to graduate last Friday from Academy, a professional development program presented by the Western Association of Chamber Executives (W.A.C.E.).

Academy is an interactive 3-day (three year) training program on chamber management essentials designed for today’s chamber executives and staff professionals.

“We congratulate all of the graduates and their chambers for having the vision to invest in professional development,” said W.A.C.E. President Dave Kilby.

During the three-year Academy program, graduates participated in 18 three-hour classes and successfully completed a significant number of additional independent study hours outside of the classroom.



About W.A.C.E.:
W.A.C.E is an association of chamber of commerce executives and staff professionals designed to promote and enhance professional development. With approximately 720 members from fourteen Western states, W.A.C.E. is the largest state or regional association of chamber of commerce executives in the United States.

Contact: Dave Kilby
(916) 930-1202