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Los Angeles City Council Officially Approves Anti-Camping Ordinance

July 30, 2021
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On July 1st, after voting to have the City Attorney’s office quickly draft an ordinance prohibiting encampments on the public right of way, City Council tentatively approved the ordinance on a 13-2 vote. Since a first-reading of an ordinance requires a unanimous vote, the Council was forced …

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Safety, Reliability, and Comfort: What Do Your High-Rise Tenants Think About Your Elevators?

July 28, 2021
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Unless they work for a company like Mitsubishi Electric, you don’t want your building’s tenants and visitors thinking about your elevators. Elevators should be available with rides so safe and smooth the typical rider doesn’t notice how easily they moved between floors. Tenants expect elevators to work, and it’s an unwelcome interruption when they don’t. The occasional compliment is fine, but if you manage a high-rise, no news tends to equal good news when it comes to vertical transportation.

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New Poll Indicates Governor Newsom In Danger of Being Recalled

July 27, 2021
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newsom recall effort

After recall proponents gathered enough signatures to trigger a recall election earlier this year, state officials set the recall election to take place on September 14th, 2021. In preparation for the election, California voters will begin to …

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With LA’s Homelessness Services Authority Facing Organizational Issues, City Officials Propose Reform

July 26, 2021
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homelessness

With Los Angeles City and County facing immense pressure from the courts to respond to the homelessness crisis, city officials are examining measures to re-think its approach to homelessness services. Namely, the governance system of the Los Angeles Homelessness …

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What Is the Value of Clean?

July 23, 2021
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More than ever before, that answer is “priceless.” Never before has the world been so knowledgeable about the critical role played by cleaning professionals in the areas where people live, work, learn, and play. Many businesses are poised to open up workplaces in the coming months, and many workers are experiencing understandable …

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Tired of Being Cold – Stanhope Company

July 21, 2021
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While many successful firms start with a vision or a dream, our journey began with a desire to no longer be a part of Michigan’s cold winters.

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BOMA International Releases Guide to EV Charging Stations

July 20, 2021
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electric charging stations

Guest Author Based on current market trends, electric vehicles are expected to make a substantial impact on transportation and the economy. In fact, by 2030, over one-third of vehicles on American roads are projected to be electric. As such, the number of EV charging stations is expected to dramatically increase in the near future. As…

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LA County Reinstates Indoor Mask Mandate – Regardless of Vaccination Status

July 19, 2021
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COVID-19 Mask Mandate

Guest Author Due to rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalization rates, Los Angeles County health officials announced last week that it will be restoring its mask mandate for the foreseeable future. As per communication from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, community transmission of COVID-19 has rapidly increased from Moderate to Substantial in the…

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Call for Plumbing Repair Right Away if You Notice These Signs

July 16, 2021
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commercial plumbing repair

Plumbing issues can spell big trouble for your building; if the water isn’t running, the floors are flooded or the bathrooms aren’t working, you may not be able to stay operational at all. Some plumbing emergencies are obvious — water gushing from a toilet or sink is obviously a problem, as is a burst pipe or obvious flood

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The Answer to the Housing Crisis is Development, Not More Bureaucracy

July 13, 2021
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affordable housing

Over the past decade, the housing crisis has taken center stage in California’s political climate. In addition to an ever-so increasing cost of living, rent and mortgages for both low and middle class families are exponentially …

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