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NAIOP WA: Legislative Leadership Forum
January 16 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 am PST
Legislative and regulatory threats to commercial real estate in Washington State are growing. Rent control, split roll property tax, and energy efficiency standards for buildings 50,000 square feet and smaller are significant challenges we face in the upcoming 2022 legislative session.
All NAIOPWA Principal Members, who are owners and developers of CRE, are invited to attend NAIOPWA’s inaugural state Legislative Leadership Forum. The forum will host Senate Republican Leader Senator John Braun and House Republican Leader JT Wilcox as guest speakers, along with a legislative briefing from NAIOPWA’s state lobbyist, Greg Hanon.
- Thursday, January 6 | 7:15 – 9 a.m.
- In-Person in South Lake Union (Location details provided upon RSVP.)
- Light breakfast provided.
- To RSVP, email Quinn Sanderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
NAIOPWA fights tirelessly for laws, regulations, and policies that increase predictability, fairness, and timeliness for the industry. Click here to learn more about supporting NAIOPWA’s 2022 Government Affairs program, which will save developers and owners precious time and money.
COVID Safety Precautions:
We are taking safety precautions very seriously for our members, speakers, and staff to ensure a safe event. Please read and review the safety guidelines below:
In accordance with King County Vaccination Verification guidelines for indoor activities, NAIOPWA will require all attendees to show proof of vaccination status. For people who are unvaccinated or cannot prove vaccine status, they will be required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test in the last 72 hours. Any type of COVID-19 test administered by a testing provider can be used. Testing providers are required to use FDA-authorized or approved COVID-19 tests. The negative result must be within the past 72 hours. Rapid tests used without the supervision of a testing provider will NOT be accepted. For COVID-19 testing locations and resources, visit kingcounty.gov/covid/sites.
As required by the State of Washington, face masks are required for all indoor events, except when drinking and eating.
Stay home if you don’t feel well, tested positive for COVID-19, or were exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days. Let’s keep Washington healthy. You will be fully refunded.