BOMA | Building Owners and Managers Association of San Francisco
Advocate: An Update on Legislative, Regulatory, and Political Issues Affecting Commercial Real Estate
December 6, 2016
Volume 22, Issue 11
IMPORTANT! San Francisco Commercial Water Conservation Ordinance Deadline for Compliance
Commercial Building Owners MUST Comply by January 1, 2017
 
Please be aware that state and local measures require all building owners in San Francisco replace old, water-wasting plumbing fixtures and repair leaks. Commercial properties have until January 1, 2017 to comply. 
 
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San Francisco Legislation Requiring Choice in Internet/Communication Providers
For Tenants of Commercial and Residential Properties
BOMA Government Affairs Leaders Work Diligently to Protect YOUR Interests
 
You may have read about a proposal from Supervisor Mark Farrell that would allow internet access from any communications service provider for any tenant that asks for it – in both commercial and residential buildings. Please read this important update.
 
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BOMA San Francisco's November 2016 Election Results
BOMA San Francisco's Political Action Committee advocates for the Industry
 
Thank you for voting BOMA, your source for sensible political recommendations that benefit all businesses and residents in San Francisco.
 
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BOMA California Advocacy Update: 2016 Legislative Report and Summary
Do You Ever Wonder What BOMA California Does for YOUR Interests?
 
Take a brief moment to see how BOMA California Advocates for the industry.
 
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San Francisco Business Tax Updates
Also - Secured Property Tax Deadline December 12, 2016
 
As the year comes to a close, the San Francisco Office of the Treasurer & Tax Collector has a number of updates for the local tax preparation community. 
 
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We Need Your Help - Drive By Lawsuits
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
 
Thanks to BOMA California members, laws passed in California have made it more difficult and less profitable for attorneys to file drive by ADA related lawsuits in the state courts of California. In response, these same attorneys are now filing lawsuits claiming ADA protection under federal law. Its time take the fight to Congress to get sensible laws passed nationwide to curb drive by lawsuits. 
 
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San Francisco's Folsom-Howard Streetscape Project
Two Upcoming Workshops for BOMA Members
 
The Folsom-Howard Streetscape Project is an effort to prepare for continued growth in the South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood. If you own or manage a property in the SoMa District of San Francisco, you will want to attend one of the two workshops.
 
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UPDATE: Transportation Demand Management Ordinance
Impact to Non-Residential Space
 
The Transportation Demand Management Ordinance vote has been continued to January 23rd. Please read this latest update to let us know if this measure may impact BOMA members.
 
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UPDATE: All-Gender/Single User Toilet Facilities Law
San Francisco Department of Building Inspection will Check for Compliance
 
This law passed recently and it applies to single-user toilet facilities in business establishments and places of public accommodation in San Francisco. 
 
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Transit Center District Plan Exterior Signage Interim Controls - May Become Permanent
Area between Folsom, Harrison, Essex, and 2nd Streets
Your Feedback is Requested

The controls essentially do the following:

  • Require that signs be dimmable and turned off from 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m
  • Restricts signs within 200’ of a park or future park to 50 sq ft or less and below 35’
  • Restricts signs within the City Park (roof of Transbay) on design, size and height.
 
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ABOUT TOWNSHIP BUILDING SERVICES, INC.

 

Township is recognized across California for dependable, quality, cost-efficient facility maintenance, progressive management, innovative technology and extensive employee training and safety programs. Today, Township is a leader in the industry under continuing and ongoing management safety training, which in turn has kept the company below market trends in insurance costs. The cost benefits and stability have kept Township on the cutting edge of California’s most successful businesses in our industry.

Township's services include:
 
Commercial Maintenance Department
  • Commercial Janitorial Services 
  • Retail Services Division
  • Marble, Metal & Wood Restoration
  • Day Porter Services & Much More
Stationary Engineering Services Department
  • Route Maintenance Techs
  • Light Maintenance Techs
  • Local 39 Engineers & Engineering Consulting Services
Landscaping Services Department
  • Maintenance
  • Tree Trimming
Supply Procurement Department
  • Paper Supplies, Liners
  • Wax & Green Seal Chemicals
  • We have it all.

Specialty Services 

Township has developed a facilities services division to complement the janitorial & stationary engineering services we provide. This came out of our philosophy of providing full service one stop shopping. Unlike many janitorial companies that simply try to do extra work with their regular staff, we hired a person with a facilities background who manages specific individuals who work only for this division. This allows our regular staff to focus on their cleaning responsibilities and for our facilities services staff to complete the more technical projects.

Click here to learn more about Township Building Services can help BOMA members.

 

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ADVOCACY EVENTS
•  Energy & Environment Committee 
January 2017
Ferry Building, Port Commission Hearing Room, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
•  Government Affairs Policy Advisory Committee (GAPAC) Meeting
January 2017
235 Montgomery Street (Russ Building), 7th Floor, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
• 
Emergency Preparedness Committee
January 2017
225 Bush Street, Montgomery Burns Boardroom, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
• 
Codes and Regulations Committee 
January 2017
201 California Street, 2nd Floor Conference Room, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
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