Bay Area Council
The Bay Area Council is a regional, CEO-led business and economic policy association in San Francisco, founded in 1945, and dedicated to growing the San Francisco Bay Area economy and solving the region's most difficult challenges. At its inception in the post WWII years, members included Wells Fargo, Bank of America, the Transamerica Corporation, Standard Oil of California, Pacific Gas and Electric, Bechtel, Kaiser Industries, Clorox and others. By the late 1940s, the Council was an early environmental watchdog. In the 1950s, the Council promoted a regional mass transit system that eventually became BART.
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