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Receiving a Quality Commercial Paint Job with Lasting Performance

January 17, 2022
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High-rise projects can encompass everything from apartments and condominiums to office buildings and industrial structures. They are like other residential or commercial projects, except that much of the work is performed well above ground.

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Garcetti Confirmed by Senate Committee as Ambassador to India

January 14, 2022
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Eric Garcetti, Mayor, Ambassador to India

On Wednesday, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved Mayor Eric Garcetti’s nomination as Ambassador to India. This follows months of speculation about when the confirmation would take place – and who would be next in line to lead Los Angeles …

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BOMA/GLA’s Election Spotlight: LA County Board of Supervisors, District 3

January 11, 2022
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This November, voters in Los Angeles County’s 3rd supervisorial district are headed to the polls to vote for a new Supervisor to represent them on the Board. The current Supervisor, Sheila Kuehl, is termed-out, having served 2 terms on the Board since …

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There May Still be Hope for the Build Back Better Act

January 10, 2022
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Build Back Better Act

After Democratic Senator Joe Manchin publically expressed his opposition to President Biden’s social spending plan before the winter recess, the Build Back Better Act seemed to be officially off the table. However, according to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi …

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ICYMI: Amid Another Statewide Order, LA County Requires Workers to Wear Medical Grade Masks

January 7, 2022
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mask mandate

Following a notable surge in COVID-19 cases and the spread of the highly infectious Omicron variant, LA County moved to require a stricter mask mandate for all county employees. This is in tandem with California’s decision to extend its own statewide mask mandate for indoor …

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Despite Post Holiday Surge, LA County Remains Hopeful Against Omicron

January 5, 2022
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COVID-19 Omicron

Following the holiday season, LA County public health officials are experiencing some worries over the resurgence of COVID-19 transmissions, particularly the Omicron variant. Notably, in Los Angeles, the COVID-19 case count has more than doubled since Christmas …

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In Response to Possible Holiday COVID-19 Surge, California Instates Statewide Mask Mandate

December 14, 2021
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COVID-19 Mask Mandate

With COVID-19 cases rising through the holiday season, and as the new Omicron variant emerges in California and Los Angeles County, the Newsom administration moved quickly to implement new mask rules to curb COVID-19 transmissions. The mask mandate, which will apply to …

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Los Angeles Finalizes Its Redistricting Plans for the Next Decade

December 10, 2021
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Redistricting Los Angeles City Council

After months of internal turmoil and controversy over the future of Los Angeles’ district plans, the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday finally approved its new redistricting proposal for the next ten years. As required by law, Los Angeles is instructed to re-draw the boundaries for its …

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Support BOMA International’s Carbon Reduction Efforts Now!

December 8, 2021
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building decarbonization

As governments become increasingly mobilized towards climate change and carbon mitigation policies, the commercial real estate industry has become zoned in on as a way to reduce carbon emissions. To be sure, buildings and offices have become an inescapable part of the conversation on climate change, and CRE professionals have long led …

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As the Omicron Variant Looms Over LA, City Officials Begin Enforcement of its Sweeping Vaccine Mandate

December 1, 2021
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After weeks of discussion over implementation and looming questions about the new COVID-19 omicron variant, LA City’s SafePassLA, one of the strictest vaccine mandates in the nation, was finally enforced starting Monday. The order comes after both the delta and omicron variants have become increasingly present across the globe – both of which are significantly …

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