Progressive wing has grown; members express optimism about work ahead "Brian Levine, vice president of government affairs for the county’s Chamber of Commerce, said that a new council committee—economic development, chaired by Natali Fani-González (D-Dist. 6)—should help advance issues like job growth, business creation and workforce development. But the chamber is still trying to figure out the exact impact that will have, and how each member will deal with economic development issues. Levine has been encouraged by all 11 members’ contact with the chamber." Read the full MoCo 360 article here.