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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 »

July 3, 2020

PROP. 15 WILL KILL PROP. 13  The proposition numbers for November’s election have been released, and the Split Roll Property Tax Measure pushed onto the ballot by public employee unions and far left activists has been numbered Proposition 15. Proposition 15 is aimed directly at you and your business and during one of the worst health crises ever More »


March 20, 2020

On March 19, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom issued a stay at home order to protect the health and well-being of all Californians and to establish consistency across the state in order to slow the spread of COVID-19. Click here to see the News Release. Click here to read the Governor’s executive order. Click here to learn more about the order. Click here More »


The reaction to COVID-19 is fluid and fast.  There are many sources of information out there and until things start to settle down will only send essential updates that impact our industry. To that end, we have created a “COVID-19 Resources” page where we will collect and post information specific to commercial real estate.  We will also link More »


Earlier this week, Governor Newsom issued an executive order to protect residential and commercial lessors, and homeowners from evictions due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.  We have supported the Governor’s actions as during this time of emergency and stay-at-home orders public safety is the first and foremost concern.  The quicker we get through this More »


Buildings can be complicated mechanically, need security, and/or have tenants in them that are deemed essential businesses.  We can’t just abandon our buildings, especially when tenants remain.  Therefore, our recommendation to local/state/federal policymakers is that the following building personnel are essential in any written orders and or enforcement More »


•Workers to ensure continuity of building functions •Security staff to maintain building access control and physical security measures This guidance is also on their website, under “Other Community based…” Click here to view. And here is the COVID-19 Specific Page:  More »