NAIOP SAN DIEGO 2017 LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES
2017 priorities will include, but not be limited to, working with the City, County and other jurisdictions to improve the economic climate, both through fee and regulatory reform, for commercial, industrial, retail and mixed use properties.
Promoting opportunities for commercial real estate through advocacy of local public policiesM
Fees & Taxes
Identify and support alternative funding sources to the commercial linkage fee for affordable housing. Continue to oppose any attempt legislatively or by initiative to implement a statewide split roll property tax
Although NAIOP does not endorse individual candidates, continue to monitor the discussions and races for the 2018 election cycle, including candidate announcements in 2017 NAIOP may choose to support fiscal responsibility & good government initiatives and oppose initiatives that will negatively impact NAIOP members
Continue to work with agencies to improve the service and apportion reasonable costs for a sustainable water supply. NAIOP SD will continue to work to support new water supplies, like the City of San Diego’s Pure Water program, as well as the County Water Authority’s efforts to build a sustainable and locally controlled water supply.
Breakfast with the Elected Series
Throughout the year, NAIOP SD hosts breakfast meetings with elected officials to allow members direct access to ask questions, hear about plans and learn about upcoming policies. This opportunity is open to all NAIOP members.