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Daily Business Report — July 3, 2012

Sullivan Solar Power Named
Small Business of the Year

Sullivan Solar Power, credited with designing and installing more solar projects in SDG&E territory than any other firm, has been named Small Business of the Year by the San Diego North Chamber of Commerce. Daniel Sullivan, founder and president, grew the company from an upstart in a garage into a corporation with annual revenues of more than $22 million and the addition of offices in Riverside and Orange counties. The firm this year launched the countywide San Diego Solar Program, the largest privately funded rebate program in the state. The program allows residential property owners to get paid up to $2,500 to go solar without spending anything. The company expects to inject about $850,000 into the region as a result of the program.

Medical Office Property Sells for $24.6 Million

Centre Medical Plaza, a 74,894-square-foot medical office park in Chula Vista, has been sold for $24.6 million by Centre Medial Office Plaza LLC. The property has one four-story medical office building, three single-story medical office buildings and a four-story, 262-stall parking facility. There are 15 medical tenants in 24 separate suites. The property was built in two phases, in 1995 and 2001.

Balboa Park Conservancy Announces
Executive Committee Officers

The Balboa Park Conservancy, the nonprofit group assisting the city with fundraising and management of the park, has announced its 2012-2013 executive committee officers. President is Carol Littlejohn Chang, a community leader. Others: Connie Matsui, community leader, vice president; Charles Hellerich, attorney, immediate past president; Joye Blount of U.S. Bank, secretary; Raymond Ellis, community leader, treasurer; and Joyce Gattas, dean of the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts at SDSU, chair of the board of governance.

PERSONNEL

San Diego — Alexander Maniscalco has joined Gerson Law Firm APC as an associate in the San Diego office. Maniscalco has a background in real estate, business transactions and land use entitlement.

Corporate Directors Forum Panel Talk

Corporate Directors Forum will sponsor a July 11 morning panel discussion on “Power and Politics — Inside the Boardroom” at 7 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla, 3777 La Jolla Village Drive. Panelists include David Kabakoff of Trius Therapeutics; Gary Sabin of Excel Trust Inc.; Randall Woods of Arena Pharmaceuticals Inc.; and moderator Karin Eastham of Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc. Members of Corporate Directors Forum are  free. Nonmembers pay $50. Breatkfast is included.


The Daily Business Report is produced by SD METRO. Contact: Manny Cruz (619) 287-1865. manny@sandiegometro.com.


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