The program is so stimulating because it really touches on the core of who we are at the NACC, community leaders. You might not think of yourself in that way, but the only thing that separates those who want to be a leader and those that are is one’s willingness to volunteer their time to make Naperville just a little bit better.
If you haven’t attended our Legislative Forums recently, I’d encourage you to visit again. You don’t need to be a card-carrying Member of the club, all meetings are open to the public. But we do ask that you come with a desire to make our community stronger, to listen and provide feedback about your experiences and your desires for the business community in Naperville. Our elected officials are looking to us to step up and be leaders. Will you join us?
The next meeting is on August 22 from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. at our office located at 55 S. Main St, Suite 351. We will have a Roundtable Discussion with the 5th District DuPage County Board Members. All that’s missing is you.
5th Avenue Development
Ryan Companies will provide an hour long presentation of the first round of concept drawings at a 5th Avenue Concepts Public Meeting on August 22, at 6:30pm. The meeting will be held at 400 S. Eagle and will be open to the public with an opportunity for community feedback. All businesses and individuals interested in the 5th Avenue Development are encouraged to attend.
CBD Sales in Naperville
Liquor Commission is considering the legality of CBD, a chemical derived from cannabis sativa. The substance is frequently made into oils or tinctures and often contains de minimis to no amounts of THC. Evidence suggests that the chemical is not addictive or hallucinogenic if used alone. Members are encouraged to contact me with interest or feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Illinois General Assembly is not currently in session. Spring Session Adjourned on May 31, 2018.
DuPage County Consolidates Election Commission
Governor Rauner signed a General Assembly bill which grants DuPage County the authority to dissolve the DuPage County Election Commission and transfer all duties to the County Clerk’s Office. The move is expected to save DuPage County residents and businesses $300,000 annually.
Synthetic Cannabinoids Added to Controlled Substance Act
Governor Rauner signed a General Assembly bill which adds synthetic cannabinoids to the Controlled Substances Act. The bill sought to close a loophole for synthetic cannabinoids that are linked to at least two deaths in Illinois and dozens of hospitalizations.
IRS Releases Guidance Regarding Passthrough Income Deduction
The US Chamber is gathering feedback relating to the IRS’s recent guidance regarding the 20% pass through deduction for sole proprietors, S corporations, and partnerships found in Section 199A of The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Interested parties are encouraged to contact me at email@example.com.
Next Legislative Forum
The next Legislative Forum will be held on August 22, at 11:30 AM, here at the NACC offices. 5th District Roundtable with DuPage County Board. County Board Members Janice Anderson, Jim Healy, and Tonia Khouri are confirmed and are looking forward to a lively discussion and hope you’ll join us!
The County Board has been aggressive in protecting DuPage and has much to report.
- Government Consolidation
- Election Commission Dissolution
- Response to the Opioid Epidemic
- Real Estate Taxes
- Regional Economic Development
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