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RENT CONTROL MEASURE MUST BE DEFEATED! NO ON PROP 10 AD

September 14, 2018

Proposition 10, on November’s ballot has too many flaws and must be defeated.  Here is a new ad on this bad measure that we hope you will share widely with your networks: What Would Prop 10 Mean for California? Prop. 10: Allows Regulation of Single Family Homes Places Bureaucrats in Charge of Housing with the Power to Add Additional Fees Puts Taxpayers More »

BILL TARGETING WAREHOUSE CONSTRUCTION VETOED

AB 2853 by Assemblymember Jose Medina (D-Riverside) was vetoed by Governor Brown.  Our industry strongly opposed the bill as it unreasonably targeted one building type, warehouses, when working together with a local government on certain economic development subsidies.  Current law already requires extensive disclosure of information by all project More »

BILLS ON GOVERNOR’S DESK – OPPOSE

Below are bills on the Governor’s desk we are hoping he vetoes: AB 1870 (Reyes D) Employment discrimination: limitation of actions. Extends the statute of limitations from one year to three years for all employment related discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims filed with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). Puts employers More »

BILLS SENT TO THE GOVERNOR — SUPPORT

Although we tend to focus on the bills we oppose, there are quite a number of bills that we support.  The following is a list of bills we support that have been sent to the Governor. AB 1857 (Nazarian D) Building codes: earthquake safety: immediate occupancy standard. Summary. Require the state to assemble a functional recovery working group, including More »

CALTRANS RELEASES 2018 CALIFORNIA STATE RAIL PLAN

Earlier this week CALTRANS released the “2018 STATE RAIL PLAN.”  The plan aims to boost the economy, help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve safety statewide over the next 20 years. The plan addressed both passenger rail and freight.  According to a press release by CALTRANS, the freight vision “provides a customer-focused system that More »

CBPA IS NOW ON BOTH FACEBOOK AND TWITTER

With how quickly politics in California moves, sometimes there are a few updates critical to the industry that we will want to release immediately. This is where you can use our Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date on propositions like Prop 10 coming up in November, and Split Roll Tax in 2020. If you happen to exist on either of these social media More »

***BREAKING NEWS: SCAQMD VOTES TO PURSUE SALES TAX

September 11, 2018

Today, our sources with NAIOP attending the meeting, report that the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Board voted to pursue legislation to give them the authority to put a sales tax measure on the ballot. The tax could be as high as 1 percent, on top of all other current sales taxes. Any new tax would cover portions of LA, Riverside, More »

BILLS ON GOVERNOR’S DESK – OPPOSE

Below are bills on the Governor’s desk we are hoping he vetoes: AB 1870 (Reyes D) Employment discrimination: limitation of actions. Extends the statute of limitations from one year to three years for all employment related discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims filed with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). Puts employers More »

WATER FIXTURE REPLACEMENT MANDATE – MUST COMPLETE BY 2019

As of January 1, 2014, SB 407 (Padilla; Chapter 587, 2009) requires “non-compliant” plumbing fixtures to be replaced with water conserving plumbing fixtures when a property is undergoing additions, alterations or improvements. Applicants seeking to obtain permits for any of these types of work will be required to replace non-compliant fixtures prior More »

CBPA IS NOW ON BOTH FACEBOOK AND TWITTER

With how quickly politics in California moves, sometimes there are a few updates critical to the industry that we will want to release immediately. This is where you can use our Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date on propositions like Prop 10 coming up in November, and Split Roll Tax in 2020. If you happen to exist on either of these social media More »

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