BizFed Executive Committee Conference Call

BizFed's 2019 Chairman Steve Bullock would like to invite you to join BizFed's Executive Committee via conference call on Wednesday, May 15, 2019, to discuss the following bills which will be heard in the Appropriations committee of both houses this week. All bills with a fiscal impact on the state budget must pass the Appropriations committee by Thursday or the bill will not move forward in the legislative process. 

Agenda and materials to follow. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact De'Andre Valencia at [email protected]

ACTION ITEMS

WASTEWATER TREATMENT. Oppose SB 332 (Hertzberg) which requires all wastewater treatment facilities with ocean outfalls to reduce the annual flow by 50% by 2030 and 95% by 2040. Western States Petroleum Association/Chevron. Patty Senecal/Jeff Wilson.

MUNICIPAL BANKS. Oppose AB 857 (Chiu/Santiago), which would authorize local agencies to create and operate publicly owned banks. CA Bankers Association/Citi. Jason Lane/ Lynnea Olsen

DISTRIBUTION OF INFORMATION. Support AB 873 (Irwin), which would narrow the definition of personal information (PI) in the California Consumer Privacy Act. KP Public Affairs/California Restaurant AssociationAlison MacLeod/Matt Sutton.

LIMITING LAWSUITS. Oppose SB 561 (Jackson), which creates new ways for trial attorneys to sue businesses without cause. KP Public Affairs/California Restaurant AssociationAlison MacLeod/Matt Sutton.

TRANSIT PRIORITY DEFINITIONSupport AB 1560 (Friedman) which would amend the definition in CEQA of Major Transit Stop for transit-oriented development projects. Valley Commerce Industry Assoc./LA Area Chamber.  Armando Flores/Jessica Duboff

CEQA EXEMPTIONS FOR STATE FUNDED HOMELESS HOUSING PROJECTS. Support SB 744 (Caballero), which would enable CEQA exemptions and expedite 270-day judicial review for Proposition 2 funded housing projects. Kosmont Companies/AIA-Los Angeles. Larry Kosmont/Will Wright

COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY FOR HEAVY DUTY VEHICLES. Support SB 44 (Skinner) which would direct CARB to plan the transition to cleaner vehicle technologies. Fixing Angelenos Stuck in Traffic/BYD.  Hilary Norton/Benjamin Jurjevich

EXPEDITING AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECTS. Support SB 621 (Glazer), which would expedite CEQA judicial review for affordable housing projects to 270 days. Kosmont Companies/AIA-Los Angeles. Larry Kosmont/Will Wright

 

MEETING DETAILS
WHAT: BizFed Executive Committee Conference Call
WHEN: Wednesday, May 15, 2019, from 11:30am-12:30pm. 
CALL INYou will receive the call-in number with your RSVP

2019-05-15 11:30:00 2019-05-15 12:30:00 America/Los_Angeles BizFed Executive Committee Conference Call

BizFed's 2019 Chairman Steve Bullock would like to invite you to join BizFed's Executive Committee via conference call on Wednesday, May 15, 2019, to discuss the following bills which will be heard in the Appropriations committee of both houses this week. All bills with a fiscal impact on the state budget must pass the Appropriations committee by Thursday or the bill will not move forward in the legislative process. 

Agenda and materials to follow. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact De'Andre Valencia at [email protected]

ACTION ITEMS

WASTEWATER TREATMENT. Oppose SB 332 (Hertzberg) which requires all wastewater treatment facilities with ocean outfalls to reduce the annual flow by 50% by 2030 and 95% by 2040. Western States Petroleum Association/Chevron. Patty Senecal/Jeff Wilson.

MUNICIPAL BANKS. Oppose AB 857 (Chiu/Santiago), which would authorize local agencies to create and operate publicly owned banks. CA Bankers Association/Citi. Jason Lane/ Lynnea Olsen

DISTRIBUTION OF INFORMATION. Support AB 873 (Irwin), which would narrow the definition of personal information (PI) in the California Consumer Privacy Act. KP Public Affairs/California Restaurant AssociationAlison MacLeod/Matt Sutton.

LIMITING LAWSUITS. Oppose SB 561 (Jackson), which creates new ways for trial attorneys to sue businesses without cause. KP Public Affairs/California Restaurant AssociationAlison MacLeod/Matt Sutton.

TRANSIT PRIORITY DEFINITIONSupport AB 1560 (Friedman) which would amend the definition in CEQA of Major Transit Stop for transit-oriented development projects. Valley Commerce Industry Assoc./LA Area Chamber.  Armando Flores/Jessica Duboff

CEQA EXEMPTIONS FOR STATE FUNDED HOMELESS HOUSING PROJECTS. Support SB 744 (Caballero), which would enable CEQA exemptions and expedite 270-day judicial review for Proposition 2 funded housing projects. Kosmont Companies/AIA-Los Angeles. Larry Kosmont/Will Wright

COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY FOR HEAVY DUTY VEHICLES. Support SB 44 (Skinner) which would direct CARB to plan the transition to cleaner vehicle technologies. Fixing Angelenos Stuck in Traffic/BYD.  Hilary Norton/Benjamin Jurjevich

EXPEDITING AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECTS. Support SB 621 (Glazer), which would expedite CEQA judicial review for affordable housing projects to 270 days. Kosmont Companies/AIA-Los Angeles. Larry Kosmont/Will Wright

 

MEETING DETAILS
WHAT: BizFed Executive Committee Conference Call
WHEN: Wednesday, May 15, 2019, from 11:30am-12:30pm. 
CALL INYou will receive the call-in number with your RSVP

DeAndre Valencia [email protected]
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May 15, 2019 at 11:30am - 12:30pm
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Hilary Norton Mark R Edwards Stephen O'Kane Donna Duperron Aaron Meilleur Amanda Parsons DeRosier Schenae Rourk Steve Bullock

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Hilary Norton
Mark R Edwards
Stephen O'Kane
Donna Duperron
Aaron Meilleur
Amanda Parsons DeRosier
Schenae Rourk
Steve Bullock

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