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COSTAR STORY ON CA DUAL AGENCY BAN

April 21, 2017

Here is a recent story by Costar on two dual agency bills introduced in California. See below for more detail about the two bills. Costar Story: CA to Consider New Legislation On Dual Agency  More »

ADA CODE REGULATORY UPDATE PACKAGE RELEASED

Division of the State Architect has released its Access Compliance package which starts the 45-Day language comment period for the disabled access update (7/1/18). Your Sacramento staff is reviewing the package to see if there are any objectionable provision remaining (we have been working on this for the past year). We would like to make sure that More »

CA’S WAR ON CARBON

April 14, 2017

The Sacramento Bee asked the question “Is California winning its war on Carbon.” The answer, is, interesting, to say the least. What some may find frustrating is that building energy efficiency measures our industry has voluntarily and mandatorily taken over the past 20 years, has contributed greatly – and at great cost – but does not even More »

SPRING RECESS ENDS

Spring Recess in the California State Legislature ends today and so does the “calm before the storm.” Over the next few weeks every bill introduced must be heard and passed by their policy committee of jurisdiction by May 19. It’s one of the busiest four weeks in the year under the Gilded Dome. Ready, set, Go!  More »

SENATOR PAT BATES TAKES REINS OF THE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS

Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) has taken over the leadership reins as the Senate Republican Leader succeeding Senator Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) as the second woman in the history of the California State Senate to serve in the top leadership post of a party caucus. Senator Bates released the following statement, “I thank Senator Fuller More »

DUAL “DUAL AGENCY” BILLS DUEL IN SACRAMENTO

As we discussed last Friday, two bills have been gut-and-amended to deal with Dual Agency in the State of California and are currently in the Assembly Judiciary Committee. One of the bills deals directly with residential disclosure issues related to the California Supreme Court case knows as Horiike. The other bill is using the cover of that court More »

COSTAR STORY ON CA DUAL AGENCY BAN

Here is a recent story by Costar on two dual agency bills introduced in California. See below for more detail about the two bills. Costar Story: CA to Consider New Legislation On Dual Agency  More »

ADA CODE REGULATORY UPDATE PACKAGE RELEASED

Division of the State Architect has release its Access Compliance package which starts the 45-Day language comment period for the disabled access update (7/1/18). Your Sacramento staff is reviewing the package to see if there are any objectionable provision remaining (we have been working on this for the past year). We would like to make sure that More »

SINGLE-USER BATHROOM GUIDANCE RELEASED

  The Division of the State Architect (DSA) has released further guidance on the issue of how to identify and sign All-Gender Single-User Toilet Facilities. Click here for further guidance, which contains additional information to assist facility operators and design professionals who design facilities under the enforcement jurisdiction of DSA More »

2017 CASp EXAM REGISTRATION

Registration is now open for the June 2017 Certified Access Specialist (CASp) examination to be held in Sacramento and Riverside on June 28. Individuals with CASp certification are in high demand by clients seeking to ensure their facilities comply with applicable construction-related accessibility standards, including the California Building Code More »

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