Archive June 2020
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BOMA Pacific Southwest Awards Gala ZoomJoin us as we recognize our regional TOBY, Member of the Year, and scholarship award winners. MC'd by Tiffany Lauchlan, BOMA PSW President and Karen Cowan, BOMA PSW TOBY Chair (and BOMA OEB Board Member!). This event is for current BOMA members. Register today.
BOMA International Virtual Events Scholarship Deadlines Extended.Two scholarship funds available for BOMA members to attend the virtual BOMA International Conference & Expo on July 7-9, 2020. The deadline has been extended to Monday, June 22nd.
NO ON SB 939 WEBSITE AND DIGITAL AD NOW LIVE – YOU CAN HELP!
The bill that would nullify leases and require you to go without rent for many months, took another step today in the Legislature. We need your help to stop it!
COVID-19 Preparing for Emergency Evacuations
protocols to promote social distancing and exposure prevention. As these protocols are developed,
property professionals should consider how to handle mandatory fire drill requirements and
emergency or fire alarm evacuations. The following information can be used to help guide these
discussions and offers considerations for building owners and managers as they review and update
their evacuation procedures.
Alameda County's PlanAlameda County announced changes to its Shelter in Place order. Below is the quick summary of the key changes. The new order allows certain businesses and small social gatherings to resume, under specific conditions. The measured steps towards re-opening are designed to avoid a spike in new COVID-19 cases that could overwhelm our health care system. The County's updated order and announcement details are online at http://www.acphd.org/2019-
UPDATE: Alameda County Curfew Lifted
How to Help Local Businesses Recover from Protest and COVID Aftermath
Local businesses in the East Bay have endured vandalism, looting and other property damage during and following protests against police brutality and racial violence. We have compiled a list of local community efforts to help small and midsize businesses recover.
March Alert: Today, June 1, 4pm Oakland Tech