Over fifty leaders from the commercial, industrial, and retail real estate sectors gathered in Sacramento this week to chart the legislative and regulatory course for the coming year at the first California Business Properties Association (CBPA) meeting of 2011. Issues ranging from the Governor’s proposal to eliminate Redevelopment Agencies and Enterprise Zones and the proposed tax extensions, to a review of legislation introduced so far were discussed.
After a morning of policy debate, fourteen newly elected members of the Assembly and Senate joined the group of real estate leaders for a lunchtime discussion and opportunity to learn more about our industry.
The CBPA Board consists of leaders from all facets of our industry. They meet quarterly to discuss issues, provide input, and assure the strategic direction of policy positions in Sacramento reflect the priorities of member companies.
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