Good Morning SLO has gone virtual! Grab breakfast and coffee and join us for this month’s virtual Good Morning SLO. To preserve some community connection in this time of being apart, you’ll have the chance to interact with speakers by asking your most pressing questions. Zoom invite will be sent upon registration.
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September topics include:
ARTS IN CRISIS
Throughout history, some of the most impactful art has been created during tectonic societal shifts and times of crisis. Leann Standish, Executive Director of the Foundation for the Performing Arts Center will delve into a bit of that history and share how our world’s current events are influencing trends and experiences.
TAX CREDITS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
Just last week, California announced a new program designed to entice businesses to hire more workers over the next three months. Mical Bovee, Principal at Glenn Burdette, will share what you need to know to take advantage of this program and navigate the ever-changing tax landscape.
WHAT’S THE POINT OF VACCINES?
Flu season is on its way and SLO County continues to struggle to effectively contain the Coronavirus. Pediatric specialist, Dr. Grace Lim will share how vaccines will help us survive this challenging time as we prepare to embark on the most impactful immunization effort of our lifetime.
STARTING ON THE RIGHT TRACK
If you’ve ever thought about how we could improve traffic and find transportation alternatives on the Central Coast, rest assured you are not alone. SLOCOG is launching a new regional rail study and Anna Devers will share what residents need to know and how they can get involved.
SOMETHING’S FISHY ON THE CENTRAL COAST
Rebounding populations of king salmon and rumors of spot prawn sales have many feeling excited about the future of the fishing industry on the Central Coast. A third generation local carrying on his family’s legacy in Morro Bay, Giovanni DeGarimore will opine on how we can set up our region for a thriving seafood culture.
VENN DIAGRAM OF BUSINESS & BLACK LIVES
Today’s headlines might lead you to believe that support for business and Black Lives Matter have zero overlap, but there’s far more to it. Founding Director of the Diversity Coalition, Michael Boyer will share why his support of both the business community and #BlackLivesMatter demonstrations are not mutually exclusive as we work towards an anti-racist community.