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    LEGISLATIVE BILL WATCH

    The Governor has one week left to sign or veto all the bills on his desk. Below is a summary of bills that we are focused on that impact the commercial, industrial, and retail real estate sectors, during the final two weeks of the 2019 Session. The Governor has until Midnight on October 13 to sign or veto measures on his Desk. 

    • Date: 10/7/2019
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    October Lunch: Cannibas 2.0

    As a commercial property managers and other CRE proefssionals, learn about how different cities in the Bay Area are handling marijuana sales and issuing licenses for retail stores, issues to consider when leasing to cannabis operators, and how their operations will impact your building.   Our presenter Pamela Epstein of Eden Enterprises,  will identify what is allowed under Prop 64 and how different cities are handling marijuana sales and issuing licenses.  Register today.    New location at the Hilton Concord.  October 10, 2019 -- 11:30-1:30pm

    • Date: 10/2/2019

    How Big Data Is Reshaping Property Management

    Property managers have long sought to optimize performance by looking into data collected through building systems. These days, however, new energy software and connected devices are making it increasingly cost effective to analyze vast sets of information, revolutionizing the ability to run buildings more efficiently, profitably and with less staff.   See the full article here .  

    • Date: 10/1/2019

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