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Advocate: An Update on Legislative, Regulatory, and Political Issues Affecting Commercial Real Estate
November 22, 2010
Volume 16, Issue 11
BOMA San Francisco Leads the Way Ė A Report on the November 2, 2010 Election
From Ken Cleaveland, BOMA San Francisco's Director of Government and Public Affairs

Please click 'Read More,' below, for a report on the BOMA SF-PAC's efforts in the recent November 2, 2010 General Election.
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Supervisor Carmen Chu (District 4) was selected as BOMA San Francisco's Public Official of the Year for 2010
Carmen Chu was honored with BOMA San Francisco's Public Offical of the Year award for 2010 at the November 18th BOMA general membership luncheon at the City Club.
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BOMA San Francisco News
BOMA SF Op-Ed in the San Francisco Examiner
Now That The Election is Over, Let's Get Serious on Local Jobs
Please take a moment to read the op-ed piece, Now that the election is over,let's get serious on local jobs, by Marc Intermaggio, BOMA San Francisco's Executive Vice President, published in the San Francsico Examiner (pg. 15) on November 8, 2010. 
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BOMA San Francisco Codes and Regulations Committee 2010 Annual Building Codes Seminar
This information-packed seminar gave the attendees tools to understand the new California and San Francisco building codes, fire and life safety code changes and the details regarding California’s new green building code, CalGreen.  This program explained these code changes and how they will be interpreted and enforced in San Francisco in the coming years.
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BOMA SF-PAC 2010 Gran Prix
Racing to Raise Money for the BOMA International PAC

Thank you to those BOMA San Francisco members who participated and contributed their personal dollars in the 2010 BOMA San Francisco Gran Prix on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 to support the BOMA International Political Action Committee (BOMA PAC). 
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BOMA California News
BOMA California 2010 - Legislative Session Ends on a Positive Note for the Industry
Please take a moment to review some of the successes your tireless BOMA California staff has achieved in Sacramento for the commercial, industrial, retail real estate industry from this past year.
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San Francisco City Hall News
Effective Dates for Local Ballot Propositions That Passed in the November 2010 General Election
Please click below to view a memo from the City Attorney's office detailing the estimated effective dates for local propositions passed in the November 2010 General Election. This is of particular importance regarding the increase in the property transfer tax rate for sales of real estate that are valued at $5 million or more (Proposition N).
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SFFD Guidelines for Use of Christmas Trees in Regulated Occupancies
In accordance with the 2007 California Fire Code and Title 19 of the California Code of Regulations, the San Francisco Fire Department requires that the following regulations be observed regarding the use of Christmas trees in public assemblies, schools, institutions, retail stores, high-rise buildings, and public areas of hotels, motels, apartment, and condo buildings.
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SFPUC: The Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) Control Ordinance
Fats, oils and grease (FOG), can be a major problem for San Francisco's sewers and for the bay and ocean that surround San Francisco. When not disposed of properly, FOG can clog San Francisco's sewers costing us all a lot of money —over $3.5 million each year to respond to grease clogged pipes. 
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General News
Community Meetings on Transbay Demolition and Construction Activities
Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Demolition of the Transbay Terminal is well underway and the Temporary Terminal build-out is nearing its completion. Join the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) on Wednesday, December 1, 2010, to learn more about upcoming demolition activities, street closures, hours of activity, and the completion of the Temporary Terminal. 
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New CAPSS Task 3 Report Now Available Online

An updated version of the Community Action Plan for Seismic Safety (CAPSS) Task 3 report "Development of Post-Earthquake Repair Provisions" is now available online for your review. 
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Enovity is an energy efficiency, engineering, and sustainability consulting firm that provides services to optimize the performance of new and existing buildings.  Enovity is contracted by PG&E to implement the Boiler Efficiency Program, which provides no-cost technical services and cash rebates to identify and implement energy efficiency improvements for boiler systems.  The Program is vendor-neutral and provides valuable professional services at no cost to PG&E utility customers for boiler energy efficiency projects, including advice and recommendations for energy efficiency projects, a report detailing the energy savings and greenhouse gas reductions, and implementation coordination assistance.  A second utility incentive program at Enovity is the Monitoring-Based Persistence Commissioning (MBPCx) Program, which takes a whole-building approach to energy efficiency in large commercial and institutional buildings.  The program improves on traditional retro-commissioning by continuously monitoring building operation to ensure energy savings are sustained over time.  

To learn more or to enroll in the programs, please visit www.BoilerEnergyEfficiency.com, or call Keelan McClymont at (415) 983-3679.


•  GAPAC Meeting
December 1, 2010
Please click here for more information.
Free Workshop: Precertify Private Post-Earthquake Inspection of Your Building: The Building Occupancy Resumption Program (BORP)
December 2, 2010
Click here for more information.
•  Codes and Regulations Committee Meeting
December 8, 2010
Click here for more information.
•  Emergency Preparedness Committee Meeting
December 14, 2010
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•  Energy and Environment Committee Meeting
January 4, 2011
Please click here for more information.
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