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Weekly Update- October 2, 2020

October 3, 2020

PROP 15: “NO. 1 TARGET ON THE BALLOT MAY BE A CLOSE CALL” CBPA’s President and CEO – and one of the state’s main Champions fighting against the split roll property tax measure – Rex Hime is quoted extensively in this story by BisNow: “California’s commercial real estate industry is preparing for the home stretch of an election campaign More »

Weekly Update- September 18, 2020

September 18, 2020

POLL SHOWS SPLIT ROLL SLIPPING BUT STILL WITH A MAJORITY The latest poll from the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) shows Prop 15, the measure to repeal Prop 13 protection from businesses, shows the measure losing support as we near election day, but still clinging on to a slim majority. Rex S. Hime, President and CEO, California Business More »

Weekly Update- September 11, 2020

September 11, 2020

STATEWIDE AND LOCAL EVICTION MORATORIUM As we have previously reported, the statewide eviction moratorium bill, AB 3088, has been signed into law by Governor Newsom.  The new law pertains to residential actions and does not include commercial. However, while the legislative year is over, and we have managed to prevent Sacramento from passing new laws More »

Weekly Update- August 28, 2020

August 29, 2020

GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES NEW REOPENING GUIDELINES California has a new blueprint for reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities. Click here to find out how businesses and activities can open in your county starting this Sunday, August 31st. The new “blueprint for reducing COVID-19 in the More »

CBPA SPECIAL-HEAT Weekly Update- August 17, 2020

August 17, 2020

COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE CALL TO ACTION – HELP MITIGATE HEAT WAVE Over the weekend, Rex Hime, CBPA’s President and CEO, worked with representatives of Governor Newsom’s office to play ways to try to mitigate energy impacts of our current historic heatwave. Please see the following message, help as you can, and let us know anything we can report More »

Weekly Update August 14, 2020

August 14, 2020

CA JUDICIAL COUNCIL TO END EMERGENCY RULES ON EVICTION Judicial Council Votes to end temporary emergency rules on evictions and foreclosures, September 1. This news is welcome, but with two weeks left in the Legislative Session, will require that we be very vigilant to watch for last minute amendments on this issue impacting your properties.  Additionally, More »

Weekly Update- August 7, 2020

August 7, 2020

COVID RE-OPENING “EMPLOYER HANDBOOK” The Governor has released a 32-page handbook to help employers “plan and prepare for reopening their business and to support a safe, clean environment for workers and customers.”  CBPA and other employer groups have been working closely with the Governor’s staff to advise on practical issues related to More »

Weekly Update- July 31, 2020

CBPA MEETS WITH CALIFORNIA ECONOMIC RECOVERY COUNCIL CO-CHAIR STEYER California Business Properties Association continues to work the broader business community to ask the governor and state regulators to take immediate action to help businesses survive the ongoing economic crisis. To date, we have had little to no response from the governor on major More »

WEEKLY UPDATE- July 24, 2020

July 24, 2020

LEGISLATURE RETURNS AFTER COVID-19 RECESS  Both Houses of the California State Legislature delayed the reconvening of session from its short Summer Recess but will return next week to resume activity.  That will give the body just five weeks to complete policy and fiscal hearings, and floor sessions for thousands of legislative measures still eligible More »

July 17th Weekly Update

July 20, 2020

LEGISLATURE OUT ANOTHER WEEK DUE TO COVID-19  Both Houses of the California State Legislature have delayed the reconvening of session from its short Summer Recess and have announced they will resume activity a week from Monday, on July 27.  That will give the body just five weeks to complete policy and fiscal hearings, and floor sessions for thousands More »