Long Beach City Council to Review Inclusionary Housing
On Tuesday, June 9th, the Long Beach City Council will be reviewing the City's proposed Inclusionary Housing Ordinance. Help us in delaying and stopping the ordinance from moving forward.
Delay the VMT!
The Vehicle Miles Traveled program ignores the current health pandemic, increases rent and housing costs & more. Tell your elected representatives that this plan needs to be delayed.
Board Member of
the Week
BIA-LAV  Board Member  of the Week is Frank Su of Toll Brothers! Frank is a dedicated and involved Member; he is Chair of BIA-LAV's City of Los Angeles Committee and serves on BIA-LAV's Executive Committee.

Member of the Moment
We're spotlighting renewing BIA-LAV Member, Rocca Development !
Rocca Development is known for expediting complex development projects from feasibility study to shovel-ready.

Update: Emergency Rule 9
Last, week the Judicial Council of California announced that the tolling period on all statutes of limitations will end on August 3rd. Originally, the tolling period would have gone until after the COVID-19 state of emergency was lifted.

BIA-LAV Committee Meetings
These meetings are open to BIA Members interested in the issues affecting the specified areas. If you're interested in participating in one of the committees use the link below to RSVP.

BIASC Government Affairs Meeting
Join BIA of Southern California's Government Affairs Team and expert special guests online to learn about the latest local, state and national government affairs updates in the building industry.

Building Industry News Stories
The pandemic hasn’t killed California’s big housing plans — but they have mutated | CalMatters

Bipartisan Drumbeat Grows for Newsom to Delay Law Hurting ‘Millennials, Communities of Color’ | GV Wire

California’s great housing debate is back | The Real Deal