Curtis Blair President and CEO of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce.
The Legislative Policy Team of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce has established its areas of policy emphasis with the establishment of six sub committees that include natural resources, healthcare, education and workforce development, housing, transportation and infrastructure and business environment. At the top of the policy list is water and air quality, which fundamentally are closely tied together.
Curtis Blair, President and CEO of Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce
Utah has done a pretty good job of weathering the pandemic, generally speaking. While not perfect, our recovery process seems to be going fairly smoothly and quickly, especially in comparison to many other states. That doesn’t mean that everything’s been sunshine and rainbows for everyone though. Plenty have lost their jobs and are looking for work. The good news is that there are resources available that can help.
With the world getting closer and closer to normal, more and more people are returning to work in a workplace setting. If you’ve found yourself wondering if the roads you take on your commute are more crowded than they were before the pandemic, it’s not just you. There really are more people on the roads. Utah Valley’s population is increasing rapidly. So what does that mean for housing?
The Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce thanks Rona Rahlf for her six years of service as President/CEO and welcomes Stan Lockhart as its interim President/CEO.