November 15, 2019
GOVERNOR'S CHIEF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS ADVISOR RELEASES STATEMENT ON OCTOBER EMPLOMENT NUMBERS
Sacramento, CA – Following the California Employment Development Department’s (EDD) release of the state’s employment data from October, the Governor’s Chief Economic and Business Advisor and Director of the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development, Lenny Mendonca issued the following statement:
“It is encouraging to see California's unemployment rate dip to a new record low of 3.9 percent and another strong month of job gains. California's innovation economy continues to create jobs over a record long 116 months. But we also need to ensure that those jobs are high-quality jobs and have a pathway that supports economic mobility. That is why Governor Newsom created the Future of Work Commission. The Commission, which met for a third time yesterday at UC Riverside, convenes employers, workers, educational institutions, technology innovators, and nonprofits across the public and private sectors in local- and state-level so that we can look at up-skilling workers and how to upgrade jobs. Innovation and quality jobs go hand in hand.”
The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) serves as the State of California’s leader for job growth and economic development efforts. GO-Biz offers a range of services to business owners including: attraction, retention and expansion services, site selection, permit streamlining, clearing of regulatory hurdles, small business assistance, international trade development, assistance with state government, and much more. For more information visit, www.business.ca.gov.
November 4, 2019
SCOTT ROAD/INTERSTATE 215 INTERCHANGE PROJECT
Construction Udpate for November 4-10, 2019
Work continues with no planned closures
This week crews will place concrete on the new southbound on-ramp; work on pedestrian facilities and ADA ramps on Scott Road; and continue work on the bridge railing and barrier.
Look Ahead: Bridge Demolition
Crews are planning and preparing to demolish the original Scott Road bridge on Friday, Nov. 15 and Saturday, Nov. 16 during nighttime hours. The bridge will be taken down in sections and the Scott Road interchange and the I-215 freeway will be closed. Freeway traffic will use the interchange on- and off-ramps to exit the freeway, travel up and over the Scott Road bridge and re-enter the freeway. Local traffic will be detoured to Newport Road.
An early morning photo of the new Scott Road bridge shows where crews will be working on the northbound side to install and stain the remainder of the bridge barrier.
Crews placing concrete on the newly aligned southbound on-ramp, which will which will open to vehicles within the next three weeks.
"Scott Shuffle" Time Lapse Video