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May 2018  

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“We are constituted so that simple acts of kindness, such as giving to charity or expressing gratitude, have a positive effect on our long-term moods.  The key to the happy life, it seems, is the good life:  a life with sustained relationships, challenging work, and connections to community.”        Paul Bloom

Happy Life – sustained relationships, challenging work and connections to community.  BOMA is hopefully giving you access to all of these.  The best way to ensure this is by getting involved in the committees and participating in the on-going development of BOMA. 

I want to thank the Associate Members who participated in the Trade Show and apologize for not being there to support you:

Abracadabra Restoration/Kustom US (winner of best decorated booth)
Allied Universal Security Services
BELFOR Property Restoration
Corbins Electric
Environment Control
Integrity Commercial Cleaning
Right Away Disposal
SealMaster - Arizona
Silverado Rooter & Plumbing
Sunland Asphalt
Vet Sec Protection Agency

I also want to thank the principal members that attended and support our Associate Members.  Think BOMA First.

On May 22, Allied Universal Protection Services will present an Active Shooter training.  It will be 1 ½ hours.  Please come and attend even if you can’t stay for the entire meeting.  Make sure your calendar is marked for June 14 for the mixer at Hacienda Del Sol.

Stay cool and have a great month.

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Meeting/Event Information

 

 Directions
 

May 22, 2018

     
Active Shooter
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Sheraton Tucson Hotel
5151 E Grant Rd
Tucson, AZ 85712
Considerations and Preparedness

 

NOTE:  We will begin with General Business/Lunch at 11:45 with the program immediately following.  The program is 1 1/2 hours.  We understand if you must leave early but PLEASE try to schedule extra time for this presentation.  You won't want to miss it.  

SPEAKER:

Russell Mallette, CPP, Regional Training Manager, Southwest; Allied Universal (BIO)

Please be advised this can be intense for some participants. 

About the presentation:

This interactive client presentation is intended for HR, Security, Facilities and Employee Management within the Corporate Real Estate market.

It contains themes and depictions that may be upsetting to some participants. If you are, or become, uncomfortable with the subject matter, you are welcome to exit the presentation at any time.


ASSOCIATE OF THE MONTH:

  ~ Kelley Amey, Account Executive

We are doing a Summer Collection for the Erik Hite Foundation.  Please contribute...

MEAL OPTIONS:
Lemon Rosemary Chicken, Herb Cream Sauce, Charred Broccolini, Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Vegetarian ~ Eggplant Tomato Napoleon

Chicken Caesar Salad

 
 
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Upcoming Events



May 22nd ~ Active Shooter (This program will be 1 1/2 hours)
** Sheraton Tucson
     5151 E. Grant Road; 85712
     11:00 am

June 7th ~ Committee Meetings
** 
Regular Committees (Membership, Programs and Education)
         3:30 p.m.
         MAS Real Estate Services; 4732 N. Oracle Road; Room 313

June 14th ~ Mixer
** Hacienda Del Sol
     5501 Hacienda Del Sol Road; 85718
     5:00 pm

SAVE THE DATE!!!
**  October 10th - CE (Disclosure) - 3 hours (9 - Noon)
      More information to come soon

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Community Outreach

We are doing a Summer Collection for the Erik Hite Foundation.  Please contribute for the kids ...

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Trade Show

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Welcome New Members

 

 

Kaylin Coleris, Allied Universal Security Services (replacing Stephanie Jones)

Ronald Coughlin, Marksman Security

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Did You Know?

Do you have information to share on subjects that may not be commonly known?  If so, please submit the information to bomagt@comcast.net and we can share it in the next newsletter.

Thank you to Katie Castillo, Volk, for sharing this information regarding Donation Bins on Your Property.

There was a law enacted in August, 2016 which gives property owners the right to remove donation bins from their property.  Many of the reputable non-profits will remove their bins at the owners request.  However, there are other not so reputable companies that ignore such requests.  It took me over 5 months to get a bin removed from one of Volk’s properties.  Here is the guts of the law:

A.  Any person that places a drop box on private property shall obtain notarized approval that is signed by the private property owner or the private property owner's authorized agent before placing the drop box on the private property, provided the private property owner or the private property owner's authorized agent complies with the requirements of any applicable covenant, condition or restriction on the property where the drop box is to be located.

B.  All drop boxes shall display, in a clear and conspicuous manner, the name of the person that owns the drop box and the contact information for the drop box owner, including the person's name, address, telephone number and e-mail address.

C.  The private property owner or the private property owner's authorized agent may rescind permission for the placement of a drop box on the private property at any time.

  * The private property owner or the private property owner's authorized agent shall notify the owner of the drop box by certified mail of the decision to rescind permission for the placement of the drop box.
  * The notice shall be mailed to the address listed on the drop box. The drop box owner shall remove the drop box within ten business days after receipt of the notification.
  * If the drop box is not removed after ten business days, the private property owner or the private property owner's authorized agent may dispose of the drop box and its contents.

D.  Any drop box that is placed on private property without notarized consent of the private property owner or the private property owner's authorized agent may be removed and disposed of by the private property owner or the private property owner's authorized agent at any time without notification.

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Partnership Program

We have 4 levels:

Saguaro

Ocotillo

Prickly Pear

Agave

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office at (520) 310-1605.

OCOTILLO

 

   

   

PRICKLY PEAR




      

AGAVE

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Social Media

Join us/like us on

 

These are great resources to use to invite others to events, job posings, etc.

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Association

 

BOMA GT OFFICE/CONTACT INFORMATION:

BOMA GT
10645 N. Oracle Road
Suite 121; #239
Oro Valley, AZ  85737

(520) 310-1605  phone
(520) 844-1674  fax 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me in the BOMA GT office at bomagt@comcast.net or call (520) 310-1605.

Thank you,

Luann Schwartz
Executive Director


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