Southwest Regional Economic Forecast provides ‘Insight into the Region’s Thriving Future’

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Christine Damko, Temecula’s economic development manager, stands and listens as Robert Field, the assistant county executive officer of economic and community development for Riverside County, answers a question during a Q&A session at the 2019 Southwest Regional Economic Forecast. Jeff Pack photo
Roughly 500 city and business leaders, as well as community stakeholders, attended the 2019 Southwest Regional Economic Forecast Thursday, Aug. 15, at South Coast Winery Resort and Spa to listen to economic reports and projections of southwest Riverside County from expert speakers. The event was fueled by a partnership between the host, Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, and University of California Riverside’s School of Business Center for Economic Forecasting. “So, I will start off with a disclaimer, don’t believe everything you read, things are not that bad,” Robert Field, assistant county executive officer of economic and community development for Riverside County, said. “Amazing things have happened in our county over the last 10 years or so. The county’s unemployment
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