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Advocate: An Update on Legislative, Regulatory, and Political Issues Affecting Commercial Real Estate
June 25, 2015
Volume 21, Issue 6
BOMA San Francisco Members Meet with San Francisco Supervisor David Campos
Topics Included Prop. M Development Limits and Legacy Business Registry in San Francisco

BOMA's Government Affairs Committee members have been meeting with public officials recently to represent your interests.San Francisco Board of Supervisors member, David Campos, spoke to BOMA representatives recently at San Francisco's City Hall. 

Supervisor Campos' Background

Synopsis

This meeting was held to update Supervisor Campos on the fast-paced commercial real estate market in San Francisco. Proposition M, the Office Development Annual Limitation Program, was mentioned and Campos was receptive to our member's concerns. Even so, he would need to review a legislative proposal and hold further discussions with BOMA members to understand the impact of any change to the law.

Supervisor Campos' Legacy Business Registry program was mentioned and Campos has kindly agreed to attend the next Government Affairs Committee meeting on July 8th to provide context regarding his proposal to BOMA members.

Meeting attendees informed Campos of the economic benefits for all of San Francisco, i.e., taxes and jobs generated, from our industry and from the tenants that lease space from BOMA building members.

Lastly, our members' effort to address an imminent labor shortage via the BOMA Foundation and our partnership with San Francisco State University was detailed.  The Foundation's effort to introduce underprivileged youth to the commercial real estate industry through our partnership with Juma Ventures was also discussed.

BOMA San Francisco members appreciate Supervisor Campos' time and are honored to be a resource for her constituents. 

 
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BOMA Protects the Commercial Real Estate Industry - Proposition 13/Split Roll Property Tax
•  California Senate Constitutional Amendment 5
BOMA San Francisco Members Meet with San Francisco Supervisor David Campos
•  Topics Included Prop. M Development Limits and Legacy Business Registry in San Francisco
BOMA San Francisco's Drought Coverage
•  San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Orders Mandatory Water Reduction on July 1, 2015
Port of San Francisco Waterfront Plan Working Group and Advisory Teams
•  BOMA Member Participation is Requested by July 17, 2015
BOMA SF-PAC Slate Card for the November 3, 2015 San Francisco Municipal Election
•  Elect These Leaders for San Francisco This November
BOMA International's Political Action Committee (BOMAPAC) Needs Your Support
•  Jim Collins with Shorenstein is leading the effort for BOMA San Francisco
BOMA California Energy Update - Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
•  EV-Ready Building Standards Set to Take Effect on July 1, 2015
UPDATE: California Proposes New Elevator Maintenance Rules
•  Costs May Increase for Elevator Maintenance
California Commercial Real Estate Summit
•  BOMA San Francisco Members Advocate for Prop. 13 and More
San Francisco's Economic Barometer
•  Quarterly Update
San Francisco Permit Cost Calculating Schedule
•  From the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection
U.S. Department of Energy Crowdsourcing Initiative
•  Seeks Buildings-Related Problems to Solve
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ADVOCACY EVENTS
•  Energy and Environment Committee Meeting
July 7, 2015
Ferry Building, Port Commission Hearing Room
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•  Government Affairs Policy Advisory Committee (GAPAC) Meeting
July 8, 2015
235 Montgomery Street (Russ Building), 7th Floor 
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Codes and Regulations Committee 
July 22, 2015
201 California Street, 2nd Floor Conference Room 
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• 
Emergency Preparedness Committee Meeting
August 11, 2015
Location 225 Bush Street, Montgomery Burns Boardroom
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