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Appeals Court Overturns Requirement to House Skid Row Homeless

September 24, 2021
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On Thursday, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision vacating Judge David O’Carter’s controversial decision, which originally ordered Los Angeles to house all Skid Row residents by next month. Judge David O’ Carter’s mandate, issued in April earlier this year, required Los Angeles to do the following …

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Post Labor Day Survey – Are Tenants Returning?

September 22, 2021
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Guest Author Recently, BOMA/GLA surveyed a select number of members asking whether tenants have returned and what their plans are. Many managers had expected tenants to return after Labor Day, so our results are a snapshot of what’s happening now around the region. While the results were somewhat diverse, there were definitely themes that emerged…

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Stop Wasting Time and Be Productive with These Four Time Management Systems

September 20, 2021
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Few industries require the kind of self-starter motivation to succeed that real estate does. That’s why it’s so critical to stay productive. However, in today’s world there are constant barriers to not only staying focused but maximizing effectiveness. Thankfully, there are several systems out there that will allow you to reorganize your time through …

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California Rejects Sweeping Sustainability Bill That Would’ve Created Unrealistic Goals for the CRE

September 17, 2021
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Guest Author After months of debating and input by business stakeholders, California officials have officially struck down a bill that would have heavily impacted commercial real estate operations. Without a doubt, this is a huge win for California property owners and managers. AB 1395 would have mandated the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to establish…

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Receiving a Quality Commercial Paint Job with Lasting Performance

September 15, 2021
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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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Breaking – Governor Newsom Decisively Defeats the Recall Election

September 15, 2021
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After a long year of campaigning, on Tuesday California voters headed to the polls to answer an important question: should Governor Newsom remain in office? Following a long night of tallying votes, we finally …

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President Biden Announces Sweeping COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate – Will Affect Over 100 Million Americans

September 13, 2021
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On Thursday, President Joe Biden revealed a new vaccine mandate aimed at reducing COVID-19 positivity rates throughout the country, and is expected to impact over 100 million Americans. The vaccine mandate requires all employers with more than …

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After Garcetti – Who Will Lead Los Angeles?

September 8, 2021
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Eric Garcetti, Mayor, Ambassador to India

After weeks of rumors and uncertainty, President Joe Biden Friday nominated Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti as Ambassador to India. If confirmed, Garcetti will depart his post as Mayor, following a long and turbulent political moment in …

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Business Leaders Convince State Officials to Table Trauma Kit Mandate for Property Owners

September 3, 2021
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Last Thursday, California building owners and managers received good news regarding Senate Bill 687 (Hueso), a state bill that would have created numerous legal and financial issues. After months of deliberation with stakeholders, SB 687 was officially held on the Suspense …

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LA County to Hold Off On Vaccine Requirement for Indoor Establishments

September 1, 2021
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On Tuesday’s board meeting, the LA County Board of Supervisors heard back a report regarding options to impose sweeping vaccine mandates for indoor establishments. Janice Hahn, who introduced the motion last month, said such efforts were …

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