Temecula City Council honors outgoing chamber of commerce CEO

Retiring Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Alice Sullivan listens as a variety of speakers honor her time serving with the chamber during a celebration event at Pechanga Resort & Casino, Sept. 30, several days after the Temecula City Council recognized her. Shane Gibson photo
The Temecula City Council honored Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce CEO Alice Sullivan at its regular meeting Sept. 24. Sullivan, who has been with the chamber of commerce since 1990, announced her retirement at the end of May. Various people who have worked with Sullivan over the years were on hand to thank her for her service and wish her well, and the city council presented her with a bouquet of flowers and an honorary street sign. She also received awards from the offices of Assemblywoman Marie Waldron and state Sen. Jeff Stone, along with an honorary chair in the city council chambers dedicated in her honor, recognizing attendance at almost every single council meeting during her time on the chamber, Temecula Mayor Mike Naggar said. “Alice, I don’t know that we can d
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