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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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President Biden Vaccine

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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Giving Back to Our Plant Environment

August 30, 2021
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As we exit this past year of chaos, it is almost therapeutic to reflect on what we can do as a human race to give back, appreciate what we have, and help sustain our planet. The landscape profession lends itself naturally to this concept. Nature. Plants. Green. Natural. It goes hand in hand…

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Reopening CA Survey – Signs of Slow, but Steady Progress

August 27, 2021
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Last month, BOMA/GLA sent out a survey asking our members to let us know “what keeps you up at night”. The survey successfully gave us an insight into what issues and trends are …

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FDA Officially Approves Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine – What It Means for Vaccine Mandates

August 25, 2021
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COVID-19 vaccine Pfizer

On Monday, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it officially approved the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 – a groundbreaking development that will improve vaccination rates throughout the Los Angeles. This comes at a time when …

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Improve Efficiency through Building Automation

August 23, 2021
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Building automation brings with it more efficient building operations including improved occupant comfort, cost savings due to a reduction in energy usage, increased productivity, and better data insight.

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LA City Pledges to Create 25,000 Homeless Units By 2025

August 20, 2021
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Kevin de Leon Homelessness

With over 40,000 individuals experiencing homelessness, the Los Angeles City Council took a bold step towards rapidly increasing it’s available supply of homeless housing units. In last week’s Council meeting, the Council unanimously agreed to adopt the City’s first …

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