THE BUSINESS REVIEW
The Official Digital Monthly Publication of

The Chamber of Medford & Jackson County

"HELPING BUSINESS SUCCEED"
The Beginning of Coronavirus in Oregon
— March 2020 Issue —
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IN THIS ISSUE
Celebrating The Top Athletes Of 2019
FEBRUARY 2020
With nearly 220 people in attendance, the sixth annual Southern Oregon Sports Commission “Top 10 Sports Awards Banquet”, held on February 13, 2020 at the Santo Community Center, celebrated youth sports in the Rogue Valley.
OREGON UPDATE
At Least 64% Of Oregon Counties Oppose SB 1530
JACKSON COUNTY | FEBRUARY 21, 2020
Last week Jackson County reached out to Oregon counties for official statements of support or opposition of Senate Bill 1530. So far, sixty four percent of Oregon’s counties have responded with resolutions, proclamations, orders, and letters expressing strong opposition to the “cap and trade” bill.
COVID-19 Forces Parks Closures And Delayed Opening Dates
JACKSON COUNTY PARKS | MARCH 17. 2020
Jackson County Parks is immediately implementing several steps in an effort to minimize user and staff exposure to COVID-19. Please read the following to know how visitor experience in our county parks may be affected.
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Merkley, Colleagues Call For Eviction Moratorium For Renters Amid Coronavirus Crisis
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Evictions During COVID-19 Pandemic Would Exacerbate Public Health Emergency
Covid-19 Update
THE CHAMBER OF MEDFORD & JACKSON COUNTY | MARCH 23, 2020
This morning Gov. Kate Brown issued a new executive order with expanded business closure requirements and directives to businesses remaining in operation to implement work-at-home policies as much as possible and, where remote work is not feasible, to implement mandatory social distancing practices.
Coronavirus Emergency Loans
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Small business guide and checklist.
VOATZ Mobile App Update Allows US Service Members To Vote While Overseas
JACKSON COUNTY CLERK | FEBRUARY 13, 2020
Last November a new mobile application called VOATZ was used to take advantage of modern technology and allow United States military service members stationed overseas to create a paper ballot.
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Medford & Jackson County Chamber Launches New Southern Oregon Strong Campaign In Action To Help Business Succeed During COVID-19 World Health Crisis
MARCH 20, 2020
The Chamber of Medford and Jackson County is launching a new campaign to help employers and employees comfortably access the resources they need during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Jessica Gomez Named Executive Of The Year By Portland Business Journal
FEBRUARY 14, 2020
Jessica Gomez, founder and CEO of Medford-based Rogue Valley Microdevices, was recognized as an “Executive of the Year” by the Portland Business Journal at their awards ceremony on February 13, 2020 in Portland, Oregon. This is a prestigious award that is highly competitive: Out of a field of nearly 100 candidates, Gomez was the only honoree representing Southern Oregon and an electronics engineering firm.
Golden State Collegiate Baseball League COVID-19 Statement
Information about COVID-19 continues to change on a daily basis. It is changing the way the general population goes about their daily lives and has a direct impact on the sports community, including the Golden State Collegiate Baseball League (GSCBL).
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TouchPoint Networks Invited To Technology Assurance Group’s 20th Annual Convention
TouchPoint Networks, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), announced today that Chuck Whiteley, Managing Partner of TouchPoint Networks, has been invited to attend the 20th Annual Technology Assurance Group (TAG) Convention occurring in Palm Springs.
Oregon Pacific Financial Advisors, Inc. Celebrates 25th Anniversary
Oregon Pacific Financial Advisors, Inc (OPFA), one of Oregon’s premier wealth management firms for both individual investors and businesses, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, a milestone that complements the firm’s focus on providing long-term financial wisdom to their clients and the communities they serve for decades.
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Eat. Drink. Be Local.
Featuring the best in member specials for food, drinks, dining & entertainment.
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Annual Senior Fair Postponed Until Fall
Due to concerns around the coronavirus (COVID-19), and under health guidance from the CDC, WHO, and other health authorities which have recommended postponing or canceling public events, ACCESS has decided to postpone their Annual Senior Fair until sometime this fall.
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Chairman's Award
The honor recognizes a local resident or residents whose lifetime achievements have gone above and beyond the responsibilities of good citizenship in making a profound difference in people's lives in Jackson County.
RCC Design Students Launch Magazine For Change
Putting their skills toward a good cause, a team of Rogue Community College graphic design students have launched a magazine called Design 4 Change. The inaugural issue, published in January, highlights community resources, facts and information about the Jackson County homeless population.
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Doug Morse Celebrates 30 Years In Real Estate
Doug Morse is celebrating his 30-year anniversary as a Real Estate Broker and recently received a Top 1% Award from John L Scott Real Estate (JLS). Morse has been affiliated with JLS for ten years and he has received 10 consecutive Top 1% awards.
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FEATURED ARTICLES
Celebrating The Top Athletes Of 2019
FEBRUARY 2020
With nearly 220 people in attendance, the sixth annual Southern Oregon Sports Commission “Top 10 Sports Awards Banquet”, held on February 13, 2020 at the Santo Community Center, celebrated youth sports in the Rogue Valley.
Jessica Gomez Named Executive Of The Year By Portland Business Journal
FEBRUARY 14, 2020
Jessica Gomez, founder and CEO of Medford-based Rogue Valley Microdevices, was recognized as an “Executive of the Year” by the Portland Business Journal at their awards ceremony on February 13, 2020 in Portland, Oregon. This is a prestigious award that is highly competitive: Out of a field of nearly 100 candidates, Gomez was the only honoree representing Southern Oregon and an electronics engineering firm.
Medford & Jackson County Chamber Launches New Southern Oregon Strong Campaign In Action To Help Business Succeed During COVID-19 World Health Crisis
MARCH 20, 2020
The Chamber of Medford and Jackson County is launching a new campaign to help employers and employees comfortably access the resources they need during the Coronavirus outbreak.
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