Elected Officials attended the NAIOP SV BBQ

Local elected officials attended the NAIOP SV’s Annual BBQ on September 7th.  Mayor Sam Liccardo was the headliner and the only elected official invited to address the membership.  This is Mayor Liccardo’s last attendance as the Mayor of San Jose and he was well received with cheers by members for his support of

October 27th, 2022|Legislative-Local|

CBPA I State of California Updates

On August 12, 2022, the Governor unveiled his late-session package of bills to advance Climate Change policy.  Over the next two and a half weeks these ambitious proposals will be introduced and go through a very accelerated legislative process. Although this is framed as a fight with the Oil Industry, these GHG proposal

August 16th, 2022|Legislative-Statewide|

City of Santa Clara Tax Increase

City of Santa Clara Voted to Raise Taxes at a Reduced Rate The City of Santa Clara voted to place a head count tax measure on the November ballot. After more than 3 hours of discussions, on July 12 Council voted 5-2 (Mayor Gillmor and CM Watanabe dissenting) to place a flat $45

August 16th, 2022|Legislative-Local|

City of Sunnyvale to consider Transfer Tax

To deter yet another Silicon Valley City Tax, NAIOP Silicon Valley urges all members to call or email the Council Members of the City of Sunnyvale to discourage yet another tax without proper outreach with commercial property owners. The City Council of Sunnyvale sponsored a study issue to explore a 2022 General Election ballot measure to modify

July 25th, 2022|Legislative-Local|

Warehouse Bill Stalled…For Now

The California State Legislature is now on recess and there is big news about the Warehouse Bill – AB 2840 (Reyes), which stalled in the Assembly Governance and Finance Committee last week.  Below is a statement from Matthew Hargrove, President and CEO of California Business and Properties Association.

July 6th, 2022|Legislative-Statewide|


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