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CBPA Weekly Update- October 8, 2021

October 8, 2021

LAST DAY FOR GOVERNOR TO SIGN/VETO BILLS Sunday is the last day for Governor Brown to sign or veto bills passed by the Legislature (Art. IV, Sec.10(b)(1) of the State Constitution).  We have already reported on a tranche of bills he signed regarding affordable housing and warehousing regulations.  Next week, after the deadline, expect a full report More »

CBPA Weekly Update- October 1, 2021

October 1, 2021

STATEWIDE COMMERCIAL EVICTION MORATORIUM EXPIRES The California Executive Order explicitly authorizing local government the ability to adopt local COMMERCIAL eviction moratoriums expires today.  The Governor has given no indication he will extend the order again. The original Executive order “N-28-20,” adopted in March 2020, specifically allowed More »

CBPA Weekly Update- September 10, 2021

September 10, 2021

9/11 REFLECTION Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of the attack on America which has resulted in so many changes in the way we live our daily lives and the continuing saga of Afghanistan. So many of us shared in the common sorrow and anger of that day which resulted in a unity that is sadly lacking today.  As Americans let’s concentrate this weekend More »

CBPA Weekly Update- September 3, 2021

September 3, 2021

ONE WEEK TO GO! The California State Legislative Session has just one week to go, and a crush of bills are being heard on the Floor in the next week. The final week of Session coinciding with the final full week of campaigning for the California Recall election as well as the ever-lingering COVID-19 pandemic, is making for one of the most hectic end-of-sessions More »

BOMA CALIFORNIA Weekly Update: August 27, 2021

August 27, 2021

ACTION!  CARBON NEUTRALITY BILL PASSES APPROPS  AB 1395 (Muratsuchi; D-Torrance) passed of the Senate Suspense File yesterday and a large coalition of businesses are working together to stop the bill. The bill would establish new climate goals to achieve 90% emission reductions by 2045 with undefined policies. This bill will cost $4 TRILLION over More »

CBPA Weekly Update- August 20, 2021

August 20, 2021

CALCHAMBER LEADER ZAREMBERG TO RETIRE  Allan Zaremberg, President and CEO of the California Chamber of Commerce has officially informed the CalChamber Board of Directors and the organization’s staff of his planned retirement at the end of 2021. A year ago, Zaremberg notified members of CalChamber’s Executive Committee of his intended retirement More »

CBPA Weekly Update- July 16, 2021

July 16, 2021

WEEKLY ON HIATUS THROUGH SUMMER RECESS This is the last eWeekly you will receive until Friday, August 20, 2021.  The Legislature is going off on Summer Recess and will be back in mid-August and we’ll be there to engage on your behalf for the last month of the 2021 Session and rolling into the Gubernatorial recall!   HOUSING KILLER WILDFIRE BILL More »

CBPA Weekly Update- July 9, 2021

July 9, 2021

TRAUMA KIT MANDATE  Our industry has moved to an oppose position on SB 687 (Hueso; D-San Diego) a bill that improperly requires building managers/property owners to install and provide training material to tenants on how to use a tourniquet meant for tactical combat casualty care. Additionally, the bill lacks any liability protections for those properties More »

CBPA Weekly Update- July 2, 2021

July 2, 2021

HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY  What started out as a celebration to mark our young nation’s independence from England more than 200 years ago has evolved into a national holiday that celebrates the American spirit and our nation’s independent and powerful leadership in the World. We were founded by recognizing a person’s inherent rights and responsibilities. More »

CBPA Weekly Update- June 25, 2021

June 25, 2021

RESIDENTIAL EVICTION MORATORIUM & RENT PAYMENTS The Governor and Legislative Leaders yesterday announced a deal to extend residential eviction protections and pay up to 100% of past rent for some tenants.  The bill will be up for a vote on Monday, and it requires a 2/3 majority. According to a release from the Governor’s office, “The three-party More »