The Wildomar Chamber of Commerce has found a way to make its existence utterly meaningless.
In the not so distant past, I used to mock the Wildomar Chamber of Commerce over the lack of actual commerce in then-unincorporated Wildomar, at least until the first Jack-in-the-Box in town, opened on Bundy Canyon.
However, the Wildomar Chamber has been done in by the Temecula Chamber of Commerce, who apparently managed to overcome their inner demons by publicly opposing Granite Construction’s Liberty Quarry project, slated for the foothills above Temecula, and as a thin layer of silica dust on your tabletop.
Please click on the following Press-Enterprise article on the vote which occurred on Thursday, December 22, 2011 to confirm:
By being responsive to the public outcry from those most affected, the citizens of Temecula, against the Liberty Quarry project, the Temecula Chamber of Commerce has displayed social responsibility and political astuteness, thereby rendering the pro-Quarry position taken by the Wildomar Chamber of Commerce in support of the project, ” laughable.”
Congratulations to the Temecula Chamber of Commerce for resisting the intense pressure of the Granite lobbyists, to the betterment of the community of Temecula.
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Is there any reason that the Wildomar Chamber of Commerce should ever again have a place on our City Council agenda?
I think the Wildomar Chamber of Commerce is an embarrassment to the citizens of Wildomar.