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eWeekly Alert & News Archives: October 6th, 2014

2013-14 LEGISLATIVE SESSION IN THE BOOKS

Published on October 6, 2014

The Governor had until Midnight, Tuesday, to wade through all the bills on his desk. He signed and vetoed hundreds of measures. Over the two year session your state legislature and Governor put 1,731 new laws on the books. As well the Legislature passed  | Read More » |

HIGH PRIORITY THAT WENT TO GOVERNOR

Published on October 6, 2014

This session, on behalf of the commercial real estate industry, we tracked almost 900 measures. Of those measures, 18 high priority measures made it to the Governor. He signed 12 bills we supported and one bill we opposed. He vetoed four bills we opposed  | Read More » |

AB 1897 SUBCONTRACTOR BILL SIGNED

Published on October 6, 2014

With no fanfare, over last weekend, Governor Brown signed AB 1897 (Hernandez), a bill that will make it easier for your company to be dragged into a wage dispute of a contracted company. Hopefully you will never feel the impacts of this bill, but you  | Read More » |

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BILLS VETOED

Published on October 6, 2014

The following bills were meant to address issues, in some fashion, created by the elimination of the state’s Redevelopment program. All were vetoed by the Governor: AB 1399 by Assemblymember Jose Medina (D-Riverside) – Income taxation: insurance  | Read More » |

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BILLS SIGNED

Published on October 6, 2014

However, the Governor signed a package 13 bills that he believes will strengthen economic development in the state. According to the Governor’s office, “Since taking office in 2011, the Governor has approved legislation to modernize the workers’  | Read More » |

REDEVELOPMENT VETOES

Published on October 6, 2014

The Business Journal sums up the issues related to these bills and discusses the dynamics related to redevelopment. If you own/manage property in any urban area, this issue affect you. Governor rejects redevelopment replacement, approves related measure   | Read More » |

UPDATE ON WATCHED BILLS

Published on October 6, 2014

Here is a quick update on some of the bills we have been working. Click links for the actual language, and reply to this email if you want more detail: AB 2565 (Muratsuchi; D- Torrance) – Electric Vehicle Charging Station Tenant Installation. This  | Read More » |

HIGH PRIORITY BILLS VETOED (SUMMARY)

Published on October 6, 2014

AB 2280 (Alejo) Community Revitalization and Investment Authorities. SUPPORT AB 2493 (Bloom) Redevelopment dissolution: housing projects: bond proceeds. SUPPORT AB 543 (Campos) California Environmental Quality Act: translation. OPPOSE SB 812 (de Leon)  | Read More » |

HIGH PRIORITY BILLS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR (SUMMARY)

Published on October 6, 2014

AB 52 (Gatto) Native Americans: California Environmental Quality Act. NEUTRAL AB 1471 (Rendon) Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014. SUPPORT AB 1711 (Cooley) Administrative Procedures Act: economic impact assessment. SUPPORT AB  | Read More » |

ADVOCACY GROUP OPPOSES EV CHARGING REGS

Published on October 6, 2014

Advocates for the disabled community are registering strong opposition to EV-Charging standards being proposed by the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD). While HCD’s EV-Ready standards were adopted by the Building Standards Commission  | Read More » |

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