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Open For Business magazine - Apr/May 2014

Open For Business magazine - Apr/May 2014

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Published by Susan Miller
The April/May issue of Open For Business magazine features Sue Prichard, Prichard Partners; Randy Hledik, Wildish companies and Josh Skov, University of Oregon as they look at Envision Eugene, a community-based process designed to determine the best way to accommodate both existing uses of urban land and future growth for the next 20 years. In other featured articles, read Eugene City Manager Jon Ruiz' op-ed and Home Builders Association of Lane County Executive Vice-President Ed McMahon's comments on whether Envision Eugene includes enough land for future single-family housing.
The April/May issue of Open For Business magazine features Sue Prichard, Prichard Partners; Randy Hledik, Wildish companies and Josh Skov, University of Oregon as they look at Envision Eugene, a community-based process designed to determine the best way to accommodate both existing uses of urban land and future growth for the next 20 years. In other featured articles, read Eugene City Manager Jon Ruiz' op-ed and Home Builders Association of Lane County Executive Vice-President Ed McMahon's comments on whether Envision Eugene includes enough land for future single-family housing.

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FOR BUSINESS
 
THE EUGENE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: CELEBRATING…PROMOTING…INFORMING BUSINESS
EnvisioningEugene
Chamber working with city to assess land-use needs for the next 20 years
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 VOLUME 13, ISSUE 2
USA $3.95 CANADA $6.95
 
Features
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Quail Park Memory Care Residences is a campus dedicated to the care and support of individuals with Alzheimer’s and other memory loss diseases and conditions.
16
Does Envision Eugene include enough land for future single-family housing?
Columns/ Departments
5
Chamber @ Work
6
Eugene City Manager Jon Ruiz looks at Envision Eugene.
22
Last Call by Dave Hauser
ADVERTISER INDEX
PUBLISHER
David Hauser, CCE
EDITOR
Susan G. Miller, Director of Publications & Information Systems
EUGENE CHAMBER EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Sheryl Balthrop, Chair Gaydos, Churnside & Balthrop PCTom Herrmann, Chair-Elect Gleaves Swearingen LLPMarvin Re’Voal, Past-Chair PBP InsuranceCathy Worthington, Treasurer Worthington Business Services
 ADVERTISING
Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce 541.484.1314
DESIGN/LAYOUT 
Asbury Design 541.344.1633
PRINTING
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EUGENE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
1401 Willamette St. Eugene, OR 97401541.484.1314www.Facebook.com /EugeneChamberOpen for Business: A publication of the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce (USPS-978-480).Open for Business is published bimonthly by the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce in February, April, June, August, October and December. Circulation: 3,800.Open For Business © 2014The subscription price is $25,included in membership.Periodicals Postage Paid at Eugene, OR. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1107, Eugene, OR 97440-1107
FOR BUSINESS
 
THE EUGENE AREACHAMBEROFCOMMERCE: CELEBRATING…PROMOTING…INFORMINGBUSINESS
EnvisioningEugene
Chamberworkingwithcitytoassess land-useneedsforthenext20years
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 VOLUME13,ISSUE2
USA$3.95 CANADA$6.95
Cover story
10
A look at Envision Eugene, a community-based process designed to determine the best way to accommodate both existing uses of urban land and future growth for the next 20 years.
Pictured: Joshua Skov, consultant and faculty in UO’s Center for Sustainable Business Practices; Randy Hledik, director of General Services, Wildish companies; Sue Prichard, broker, Prichard Partners, Inc. and community volunteer
Photography by David Loveall
www.loveallphoto.com
Art Direction by Asbury Design
www.asburydesign.net
THIS ISSUE
 APRIL/MAY 2014
Executive director Jean Biase Klein talks about Quail Park Memory Care’s commitment to residents and their families. Page 9
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15ChambersProductions23EugeneAirport21EugeneEmeraldsBaseball2EugeneWeekly18EvergreenRoofing 8FeeneyWireless 17HarrangLongGaryRudnickPC4HershnerHunterLLP24KernuttStokes 20LaneTransitDistrict19LCCSmallBusiness DevelopmentCenter& EmployerTrainingServices 13McKenzie-WillametteMedical Center18MorganStanley14MossAdams7OregonCommunity Foundation2PacificContinentalBank 19SummitBank 20UniversityofOregon
Our 86K Lane County readersearn $4,472,901,000 each year.
 Are they spending their money with you?
I work with clients to introduce, brand and grow their businesses. Call me to see  what
 Eugene Weekl
 can do for you.
Michelle Naidoo
541-520-4731michelle@eugeneweekly.com
 
APRIL/MAY 2014 | OPEN FOR BUSINESS
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Amanda Walkup
LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW
Jeff Kirtner
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS & HEALTH CARE
The Affordable Care Act isn’t just about picking a new insurance plan. Nor is it business as usual or a simple benefits choice. It’s a whole new series of employment laws and tax code changes that include penalties, compliance requirements and reporting. And it’s here now. Health care reform will impact nearly every employer in some way. How it impacts you and your business depends on your circumstances and how well you plan right now. That’s why Hershner Hunter has assembled an advisory team with the right information and expertise to help you understand, decide, communicate, and manage the impact to both your business and your best asset: your employees. Make the choice to be prepared. Call today to schedule an appointment or to find out about one of our upcoming seminars.
 
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READY
REFORM
HEALTHCARE
 
IS HERE
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Spotlight on restaurateurs, local suppliers
A gathering of local restaurant owners at Curtis Restaurant Equipment in Springfield offered the opportunity for networking, education and collaboration at the first meeting of The “Dish” in 2014. Since the program’s inception in 2012, the event has included spotlights on local restaurant owners, tours of local food industry vendors, conversation around issues affecting the industry and a chance for restaurateurs to enhance their network of peers and providers.
 Workshop helps members make investor-ready plans
Chamber works to make downtown brighter
The new lights can be programmed to display different colors.
CHAMBER@WORK
It isn’t just the new storefronts in downtown Eugene that make visiting the city center more interesting than ever before. Now, new LED light fixtures on 44 street poles in the heart of downtown offer an urban color scheme unlike any other shopping and entertainment district in Eugene. “The lights are a perfect expression of Eugene’s unique personality,” says Max Mizejewski, a downtown business owner. The LED installed fixtures are a project of Downtown Eugene, Inc. (DEI). DEI raised more than $100,000 from private donors. The next phase of decorative LED lights will appear in median trees on north Willamette Street and East Broadway. The Eugene Chamber provides contract management services to DEI. www.downtowneugene.comMembers of the Eugene Chamber Latino Business Network gained valuable tips and insights on writing business plans from Palo Alto Software, one of the world’s leading providers of professional business planning and management software. All participants in the workshop received three free months of LivePlan, an online business planning and management tool, to make their business plans investor-ready. Several attendees planned to participate in Palo Alto Software’s pitch competition taking place in early April, with winnings valued at $2,000.
Friends and colleagues, Ana Arias and Patricia Garcia Rogers, were two of several Latino Business Network attendees who competed in Palo Alto Software’s Pitch Competition.

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