NAIOP looks ahead to its legislative priorities

October 30, 2014 at 4:31 pm

Champeau_Brandon_2013Brandon Champeau, chair of the Public Policy Committee, discusses important issues for the commercial real estate industry during the upcoming 2015 session.

“As always, slowing continuing increases in taxes on buildings used for business will be a major focus of NAIOP’s legislative efforts. … We and our business tenants believe that ‘costs matter,’ and we will be working to control their growth in every way we can.”

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Finance & Commerce, October 29, 2014


Entry filed under: Public Policy | Government Affairs.

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