BOMA | Building Owners and Managers Association of San Francisco
Advocate: An Update on Legislative, Regulatory, and Political Issues Affecting Commercial Real Estate
October 30, 2015
Volume 21, Issue 10
Here is THE Voting Guide for the November 3, 2015 San Francisco Municipal Election
BOMA SF-PAC Slate Card - Endorsed candidates and positions on propositions
 
The BOMA SF-PAC is looking forward to the November 3, 2015 election and our members have already endorsed candidates for elected office and taken positions on the following propositions in San Francisco.
 
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UPDATE: San Francisco's Transportation Sustainability Program and Transportation Sustainability Fee
CRE projects in excess of 100,000 sq/ft will see an increase from $18.04 to $19.04 per sq/ft
 
BOMA San Francisco's Government Affairs Committee members will meet with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) staff in charge of implementing this fee and program, as well as SFMTA Director, Ed Reiskin. The meeting will take place on November 4th, at 12 noon.
 
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UPDATE: Mandatory Disability Access Improvements
BOMA Government Affairs Committee members provide their feedback to Supervisor Katy Tang
 
This ordinance, if passed, would relieve tenants of any responsibility for accessibility improvements or documentation establishing a technically infeasible situation or unreasonable hardship and place it squarely on the building owners. 
 
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San Francisco's Tree Maintenance and Financing Proposal
Your feedback is requested
 
Recently, BOMA San Francisco members met with Supervisor Scott Wiener to discuss a proposition where street tree maintenance would be transferred to the San Francisco's Department of Public Works and paid for via a parcel tax on land owners.
 
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BOMA California Advocacy Report
Benchmarking law AB 1103 repealed; replaced with AB 802
AB 802 provisions will become operative on January 1, 2017
 
AB 802 is the bill that repeals AB 1103 and re-calibrates the regulatory process and addresses a number of complaints our industry has had about since AB 1103 was in the California State Legislature.
 
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How Will New California Energy Laws Impact Your Building?
Your Participation is requested on December 3rd
Webinar
 
Many of you have asked how two new energy laws SB 350 and AB 802 will impact the commercial real estate industry and your buildings. 
 
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BOMA International Advocacy Update
New ADA Legislation Introduced
 
On October 20th, the ADA Education and Reform Act of 2015 was introduced to amend the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. If passed, it would curb the practice of so-called drive-by lawsuits.
 
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BOMA International's Political Action Committee (BOMAPAC) Needs Your Support
Jim Collins with Shorenstein is leading the effort for BOMA San Francisco
Donate today!
 
Help BOMA Advocacy Leader, Jim Collins (pictured above), as he leads the effort for BOMA San Francisco to ensure that congressional seats are held by individuals who understand real estate’s issues and challenges and can have a positive impact on your livelihood.
 
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San Francisco's Office Development Annual Limit - Proposition M
Mayor Lee wants more study before unlocking S.F. office growth (video)
Report courtesy of the San Francisco Business Times
 
Are you a BOMA San Francisco member developer? If so, please review this video from San Francisco Business Times' reporter, Cory Weinberg, regarding Mayor Ed Lee's thoughts on San Francisco's Proposition M office limits. 
 
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San Francisco Department of Building Inspection Update
Earthquake special edition
 
Please take a moment to review this special earthquake report from San Francisco Department of Building Inspection Director, Tom C. Hui.
 
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BART Addresses Crowding Issues
Better BART. Better Bay Area. (video)
 
Take a moment to view this short but dynamic video on how BART is currently addressing their crowding issues.
 
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ADVOCACY EVENTS
•  Government Affairs Policy Advisory Committee (GAPAC) Meeting
November 4, 2015
235 Montgomery Street (Russ Building), 7th Floor, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
• 
BOMA San Francisco's Emergency Preparedness Workshop
Intro To Psychological First Aid
November 10, 2015
225 Bush Street, Suite 1810, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
• 
Codes and Regulations Committee 
2015 Annual Codes Seminar
November 10, 2015
555 California Street, Auditorium, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
•  Energy and Environment Committee Workshop
FREE Innovative Product And Service Fast-Pitch Event
November 18, 2015
Ferry Building, Port Commission Hearing Room, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
• 
Codes and Regulations Committee 
December 9, 2015
450 Sutter Street, Third Floor, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
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