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Publications Committee - Newsletter Information

The ASCE OC Newsletter is looking for volunteers!  Do you appreciate documenting the legacy of ASCE and being connected to our key members?  This is a great opportunity to learn the process and broaden your contacts.  We are looking for individuals to volunteer about 4-8 hours per month with assisting in uploading newsletter articles, tracking our events, and learning our internal management software.  Let us know if you are ready to jump-start your ASCE career! Interested in advertising in our newsletter?  Do you have an interesting topic you would like to share?  Trying to get in touch with us?  Please submit all correspondance to the Newsletter Committee! More info...

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ASCE OC YMF - How to Start Your Own Business

By Josue Candelario, E.I.T. What type of company would you like to have? Does your company’s name shine bright in Downtown Los Angeles or is your firm based in a small city working on local projects? What type of entity will you register as and where will your office be located? There are a few things to ask yourself before treading down the path of starting your own company.

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ASCE OC EWRI - Technical Tour of the Prado Dam

By Remi Candaele, M.S., P.E. The ASCE OC EWRI Committee was invited by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to tour the Prado Dam.  A group of 30 attendees was received by Jon Sweeten, Civil Engineer with the Reservoir Regulation Section.

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President's Message - The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

By Jeff Braun, P.E. I know this is an over-used saying, and it makes me sounds like everyone’s grandfather, but I am sincerely impressed with, and thankful for, the Orange County Branch’s culture and organizational systems that make leading such a great organization very rewarding … and probably easier than some may think. 

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ASCE Society - GR Update: California Infrastructure Propositions Win at Primaries

By: Maria Matthews, ASCE Society Government Relations California voters were tasked with weighing in on Propositions 68 and Propositions 69 in addition to making their candidate selections for November’s general election. These measures needed only a simple majority to pass.

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