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Tell Your Friends – Proposition 15 Will Increase Cost of Living and Reduce Government Services

October 30, 2020
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In the conversation regarding Proposition 15, most people pay attention to how a Split Roll tax regime would raise property taxes and hurt businesses in California. While the economic impacts of Prop. 15 are important to note, more attention needs to be placed on how Split Roll will affect families and important government services. Namely, Proposition 15 will increase basic costs while reducing available revenue for government programs.

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LA County To Consider Removing Sheriff Villanueva

October 28, 2020
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On Tuesday, the LA County Board of Supervisors considered a motion to review options to remove the County Sheriff, Alex Villanueva. The motion, sponsored by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Kheul, did not receive a …

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Working From Home? Six Steps to Achieve Work-Life Balance During a Pandemic

October 27, 2020
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Since the start of the COVID pandemic, record numbers of people have begun working from home. About one-third of Americans now report to work from a home office. This could be in their kitchen, their bedroom, or even a garage …

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Ryu To Push For A Freeze On Construction, Harming Jobs, Housing And The Economy

October 26, 2020
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On October 28th, the Planning and Land Use Committee will consider a motion by Councilmember Ryu to stop all construction, including current projects being built, until November 30, 2020. In response to wildfire outbreaks this past year, the motion would halt all further construction …

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Metro Bus Lanes – A Risky Approach To Declining Ridership

October 23, 2020
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Metro, as part of its Vision Zero plan, is in the process of creating new bus-only lanes in major Los Angeles thoroughfares. Due to severe declines in ridership, these bus lanes seek to attract back those leaving the transit system. Even low-income populations, who have historically depended upon public …

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What You Need Before You Can Roll Out a Smart Building

October 22, 2020
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Not that long ago, smart buildings were seen as the wave of the future of commercial real estate. But the future is here now, and it’s not just new developments that are being built smart. Existing buildings are being refitted as smart buildings …

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How Technology Can Maximize the Efficiency of Virtual Work

October 21, 2020
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Remote work was on the rise long before the age of COVID. But what was an upward trend has suddenly become the standard, forcing companies to make the transition whether they are ready or not. In today’s world, the ability to maximize efficiency while working virtually is a key component of success …

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Public Safety A Top Priority For California Voters

October 21, 2020
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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the issue of public safety and police reform has taken center-stage in local and state politics. After months of civil unrest in response to police brutality, legislators have been forced to reckon with new policy initiatives. To say that Californian voters are mobilized on this issue is an understatement. According to …

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LA City Will Create Crisis Response Team For Non-Violent 911 Calls, First Step in Police Reform

October 16, 2020
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This past Wednesday, the Los Angeles City Council moved to adopt a motion that will reform police responses to certain 911 calls. Specifically, the proposal would form an unarmed crisis response team for non-violent …

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Renegotiating Contracts: How to Craft Win-Win Scenarios

October 15, 2020
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There is little doubt that the global spread of an unknown virus unleashed unprecedented problems for American business, and the impact on commercial real estate is both wide and deep.┬áBut beyond the problems that every developer, landlord or tenant┬ámust face, there are also opportunities that can be identified …

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