Posts Tagged ‘california’

2008 California Energy Code – NEW!

As of January 1, 2010, the new California Energy Code will become effective.  It will be known as the 2008 California Energy Code and can be found at the State’s Energy Commission website at The link to the new codes is hard to find so here is the address that will take you directly […]


By Sam K. Abdulaziz Abdulaziz, Grossbart & Rudman As many of you know, the Contractors State License Board and other public entities have started an enforcement program that would target contractors, both licensed and unlicensed, who are suspected of illegal activity in ten counties that have District Attorneys funded by the Premium Insurance Fraud Task […]

How Does The Stimulus Package Impact California?

Each State is designated a share of the stimuluspackage, and California will receive more than $80 billion in funding. The Stimulus package is expected to provide the following for California1: • Expect to create and/or save 396,000 jobs over the next two years • Includes over $15 billion for health and human services and $12 […]

Slowly, Construction in Moving

Although most cities are still not seeing the permits of years past, there has been some small movement. Stimulus money and budget money has moved into local agencies which is causing a small movement in the Government sector. In the Private sector, we also see a sparkle of hope, which is partially from the fires […]

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