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July Newsletter - BOMA of Southern Colorado

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									                                BOMA of Southern Colorado
Volume XV                                             July, 2010                                                         Issue 4

  IN THIS ISSUE                                        JULY BOMA LUNCHEON
 Board of Directors              DATE:          Tuesday, July 13, 2010
 Legislative Update
                                   TIME:         11:30 Registration and Lunch
 Education Update
                                                 12:15 Program
 Preferred Vendor List
 Future Luncheon
  Topics                       LOCATION:         Antlers Hilton Hotel
 Combined Golf Outing
                                  PRICE:         $23.00 Members
                                                 $26.00 Non-Members

                                  TOPIC:         Michael Schlierf-Helios and Blaine Turnbow will discuss
           LINKS
                                                 energy efficiency, what percent of electrical cost is due to
     Our website:                                lighting, what are the new lighting technologies and show
  www.bomasouthern                               some examples/case studies on value proposition.
      colorado.org                For questions contact Ann Sebastian at 473-8200 or ann@palmercenter.com
    BOMA website:
    www.boma.org




     CONTACT US
ann@palmercenter.com
     719/473-8200




MARK YOUR CALANDER
July 7,            11:30 am                              BOMA of Southern Colorado
   BOMA Board Meeting                                                 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
July 13,           11:30 am       President        Denise Lange         Healthcare Realty        641-4109   dlange@healthcarerealty.com
                               Vice President       Roger Lage                USAA               533-8564   roger.lage@usaa.com
     BOMA Luncheon at          Sec./Treasurer    Clint Christianson           COPT               473-6400   clint.christianson@copt.com
     Antlers Hilton Hotel     Principal Member   Tyrone Johnson        Colo. Springs Utilities   668-8241   tyjohnson@csu.org
                                                                                                 720/810-
Aug 4,             11:30 am   Associate Member   Tamra McChesney         Johnson Controls          9605     tamra.l.mcchesney@jci.com
                              Principal Member       Ben Bell            Five Star Sanitary      632-7827   ben@fivestarsanitary.com
   BOMA Board Meeting         Associate Member     Paul Angotti         Haynes Mechanical        432-8633   pangotti@haynesmechsys.com
                              Principal Member    Scott Venerable        Tolin Mechanical        246-1295   svenerable@tolin.com
Aug 10,                       Associate Member    Shane Fordham                ABM               442-4334   sfordham@abm.com
                               Past President     Harold Martinez                                243-7471   utemountain@aol.com
     BOMA Luncheon at
     Antlers Hilton Hotel
                                               EDUCATION
Winter RPA & SMT classes have come to an end. New classes will begin
in September:
RPA - Law and Risk Management
SMT - Refrigeration Systems and Accessories
Contact Roger Lage, 533-8564, if you have any questions or would like
more information.

                                  ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
We are updating our website and as an added benefit of membership we will offer your company a
link to your website by clicking on you logo. Please provide your business logo and website address
to ann@palmercenter.com as soon as possible.


                                      JUNE HAPPY HOUR
Thank you for attending the June Happy Hour. We had about thirty people attend the event this
year. It was a lot of fun.




                   BOMA PREFERRED VENDOR LIST
                                                   PHONE             FAX
        COMPANY                  CONTACT          NUMBER           NUMBER                    EMAIL
 1-800Flooded               Steven Guthrie        538-5607         392-8384     steve@1800floodedcolorado.com
 ABM Janitorial Svcs        Shane Fordham         442-4334         442-4309     sfordham@abm.com
 ADT Security Services      Tim Vanasse           388-4651         388-4690     tim.vanasse@adt.com
 American Facility Svcs     Walt Gerard           630-0419         630-0579     w.gerard@aflmaingroup.com
 Armstrong Moving           Mark MacFarlane    475-2800 x 2512     634-0706     mmacfarlane@armstrongmoving.com
 Berwick Electric           Doug Berwick          632-7683         471-9660     dberwick@berwickelectric.com
 Brickman Group             Jim Cook              550-8580         550-8581     jimc@brickmangroup.com
 Bryan Construction         Brian Burns           632-5355         632-0672     bburns@bryanconstruction.com
 Disaster Restoration       Jim Spinosa           634-7400         314-2095     jspinosa@disaster-experts.com
 Duraclean Master Clean     Paul Miller           473-2703         473-7340     pemiller@duracleanmc.com
 First General Services     Scott Smith           635-3056         630-1969     scott@fgsofcs.com
 Fish Window Cleaning       Terry Jensen          559-1910         559-1911     tjenson@fishwindowcleaning.com
 Five Star Sanitary         Ben Bell              632-7827         632-7958     ben@fivestarsanitary.com
 Gordon Sign Company        Jeff Metzler       633-7763 x 308      634-3550     jmetzler@gordonsign.com
 Haynes Mechanical          Paul Angotti          432-8633         520-3259     pangotti@haynesmechsys.com
 Johnson Controls           Tamra McChesney     303/904-7943     303/979-6847   tamra.l.mcchesney@jci.com
 Helios Power and Light     Michael Schlierf      287-0771         287-0771     michael80906@heliospowerandlight.com
 Mathias Lock & Key         Michael Benoit        714-3460         694-2481     michael@mathiaslockandkey.com
 MasterKlean Janitorial     Mura Golden           268-6743         268-1736     mgolden@masterklean.com
 Securitas Security         Mark Guillan          591-6522         591-8248     mark.guillan@securitasinc.com
 Servpro of North Central   Casey Simmerman       266-0881         597-8007     servpro9078@att.net
 Servpro of South Colo      Steve Turnbloom       574-2789         574-2841     servpro8257@msn.com
 TECC Painting              Tony Ellis            577-9300         577-4222     tonyellis@teccpainting.com
 The E Company              Steve Evans         720/351-3515     720/344-3498   steve@theecompany.net
 ThyssenKrupp Elevators     Ted O'Connell         548-0211         548-8002     tedoconnell@thyssenkrupp.com
 Tolin Mechanical           Scott Venerable       246-1295         260-0927     svenerable@tolin.com
 ValleyCrest Landscape      Casey Owen            448-9500         448-9501     cowen@valleycrest.com
 Weathercraft Roofing       John Fleming          382-8511         382-5725     john@weathercraft.net
 WeatherSure Systems        Dave Homerding        219-2475       303/781-5453   daveh@weathersure.net
 Weisburg Landscape         Jeff Weisburg         596-7777         622-0189     weisburg@weisburg.com
 Wells & West               Greg Jones            260-9999         266-1534     greg.jones@wellsandwest.com
                                    LEGISLATIVE UPDATE
BOMA Government Affairs Committee
The Government Affairs Committee meets on the first Thursday of the month at noon at the BOMA office. The
next meeting is Thursday, August 5, 2010 at the BOMA office and all members, both Principal and Allied, are
invited to participate in this committee, which covers a variety of governmental issues that affect the commercial
real estate industry. One of the primary benefits of serving on this committee is that you get advanced information
about issues that impact you and your building or company. If you can’t make it, you’re welcome to send your
chief engineer or assistant property managers.


Legislative Affairs
The next LAC meeting will be held on Thursday, August 19th at 8:00 a.m. at the BOMA office. A conference call
option is also available. At the August meeting we will plan BOMA’s activities for the election cycle and discuss
candidates, ballot initiatives and BOMA PAC contributions. If you want to be included, please contact Shawn
Murphy chair of the LAC at shawn.murphy@grubb-ellis.com, or the BOMA office.

Colorado BOMA PAC
The Legislative Affairs Committee and Colorado PAC will sponsor a contest hole at the July 15th BOMA golf
tournament at the Ridge at Castle Pines North to raise money for the BOMA Colorado PAC. This is an election
year and the BOMA PAC helps to support candidates who are willing to listen to our concerns. Please plan to
contribute at the tournament, or, you may contribute any time by contacting the BOMA office.

How Many Jobs Do Office Buildings Support Colorado?
For each $1 million of outlay for office building operations in 2009, 24.4 jobs were supported nationwide, resulting
in a total of more than one million jobs directly supported by office building operations. The findings are from a
new report released by BOMA International, The Contribution of Office Building Operating Outlays on the U.S.
and States’ Economies in 2009, which details the impact of commercial office buildings on the national and local
economies. The study provides a powerful snapshot of the industry’s contribution to the economy, the jobs it
supports and the subsequent earnings it generates. To find out more about how office buildings contribute to
Colorado and local economies, visit the Report’s website and click on Colorado. The research was funded through
BOMA International´s Industry Defense Fund and will be used to augment BOMA’s advocacy efforts at all levels
of government.


Senate Efforts to Pass Carried Interest Continue
With the House having passed its version of carried interest prior to the Memorial Day recess, the Senate has been
engaged in efforts to pass its own version of the “American Jobs and Closing Tax Loopholes Act” (H.R. 4213).
The House version treats carried interest as 50 percent ordinary income and 50 percent long-term capital gains for
two years, then moves to a permanent 75/25 split (75 percent ordinary income/25 percent capital gains) with an
effective date of Jan. 1, 2011. Last week the Senate failed to invoke “cloture” on its initial proposal and will once
again attempt to invoke cloture tomorrow morning with a less expensive bill that taxes the carried interest on an
asset held for less than five years as 75 percent ordinary income and 25 percent capital gains. If held for five years
or longer, the carried interest is taxed as 50 percent ordinary income, 50 percent capital gains. In order to invoke
cloture, the Senate needs 60 votes, which would then limit debate and allow for a final, majority rule vote. BOMA
International continues express its opposition to changing the taxation on carried interest at a time when the
industry is still attempting a recovery. If you haven´t already done so, it’s not too late to make a call or write your
elected officials today.
                           LEGISLATIVE UPDATE con’t
EPA Knee Deep in Stormwater
On May 10, 2010, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a notice that the agency plans to
move forward on an information collection request (ICR) on stormwater management including discharges from
developed sites. EPA has drafted questionnaires that it intends to send randomly to owners and developers of
developed sites.
BOMA International, in conjunction with the Real Estate Roundtable, International Council of Shopping
Centers and several other real estate associations, filed comments on June 9, 2010 on the EPA´s
information collection request and plans to continue to work to educate EPA, OMB and the Small
Business Administration that this is an expansion of EPA´s authority and EPA should not be able to
proceed without first following the process proscribed in Sections 308 and 402 of the Clean Water Act.
Under the Act, EPA presently regulates point sources, including active construction sites. By sending the
proposed ICR to owners of already developed properties, we believe EPA is expanding its authority well
beyond that given to it under the Clean Water.




            SAVE THE DATE FOR THE 16TH ANNUAL
            BOMA/IREM/IFMA GOLF TOURNAMENT
SEPTEMBER 24, 2010, AT PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE.
SEE ALL THE DETAILS BELOW!!
        16TH Annual BOMA/IREM/IFMA Golf Tournament



                             SPONSORSHIP SOLICITATION

DATE:             May 20, 2010

TO:               Golf Tournament Sponsors

FROM:             Cheryl Fitch, Committee Chair
                  BOMA/IREM/IFMA Golf Committee


The 16th Annual BOMA/IREM/IFMA Golf Tournament will be held on Friday, September 24, 2010 at
Silver Spruce Golf Course, Peterson Air Force Base.

Your participation in this tournament was very much appreciated last year, and we hope you will join us
again this year. We have limited sponsorships available, therefore, please review the attached flyer and
advise us what sponsorship you wish to participate in.

We had many requests to have on-site representatives to be located at the sponsored hole. If you wish to
do this please contact us regarding this class of sponsorship. Should you wish not to participate in a hole
sponsorship, but wish to advertise your business on golf balls, tees, towels, etc., please contact one of us
below for details.

If you have any questions regarding the tournament and/or sponsorship please do not hesitate to contact
any of the individuals on the golf committee listed below. Your response is needed as soon as possible.
Please fill out the attached and fax to Cheryl Fitch at 520-1204.

We look forward to your continued support.

Sincerely,


BOMA/IREM/IFMA Golf Committee
Cheryl Fitch, Griffis/Blessing, Inc. (520-1234)
Ann Sebastian, Cushman and Wakefield (473-8200)
Rita Dugan, London Group (277-0700)
         16TH Annual BOMA/IREM/IFMA Golf Tournament

DATE: May 20, 2010

TO:                 BOMA / IREM / IFMA – Supporting Sponsors

FROM: Golf Tournament Committee

RE:                 Sponsorships Solicitation

The Tournament will be September 24, 2010 at Silver Spruce Golf Course, Peterson Air Force Base.
We are starting to line-up the sponsors for this year’s tournament.

The following Sponsorships are available:

        14 – Tee Box Sponsors                                        $300
        4 - Hole-In-One Sponsors                                     $350
        Goody Bag                                                    $400   SOLD
        Driving Range                                                $400
        Putting Green and Contest                                    $400   SOLD
        2 - Beverage Carts                                           $400
        2 - Beer and Wine Tables at dinner                           $400   1 SOLD
        1st Team Place - Prize                                       $400   SOLD
        Grand Prize Gift                                             $600   SOLD

The Steps to be a Sponsor::

#1       Please complete this form and e-mail to Ann Sebastian at ann@palmercenter.com
          to reserve your sponsorship.
         Call Ann (473-8200) or Cheryl (520-1234) with any questions.
#2        Send this form with a business card and payment to:

                 IREM
                430 North Tejon Street
                Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
                Attn: Linda Littlefield


YES / NO, I will commit to be a sponsor. I will commit ____ golfers. (Registration form to follow in mail)

Company Name:

Point of Contact:

Type of Sponsor:

Thanks for your support!!!
      16TH Annual BOMA/IREM/IFMA Golf Tournament
 Silver Spruce Golf Course – Peterson Air Force Base - September 24, 2010



                             THE TOURNAMENT
Golf Tournament is a scramble format. Cost includes 18 holes of golf, golf
cart, driving range and range balls, cocktails, dinner, prizes, giveaways and
raffle!

                              Date:             September 24, 2010

                              Registration: 12:00pm-1:00pm
                              Shotgun Start: 1:00pm
                              Cost:          $125/ person
                                Location:    Silver Spruce Golf Course –
Peterson Air Force Base

                                 AWARDS/PRIZES

 GRAND PRIZE $1,200.00 Guaranteed Giveaway - Golf Trip
              Must be present to win, only one entry per golfer

 NEW!!! Par 3 Competition, Closest to Pin Competition on EVERY
Par 3 !!!
              12 WINNERS - CASH PRIZES: 1st $150 ● 2nd $100 ● 3rd $50

 BEST TEAM SCORE, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Places

 Other Contests: Longest Drive, Birdie Box ● Much More

 Great Raffle Gifts

                            THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
        Sponsorships are available, for more information, contact Ann Sebastian
                             email: ann@palmercenter.com



  QUESTIONS? Please contact Cheryl Fitch, 520-1234; email: Cheryl@griffisblessing.com
         16TH Annual BOMA/IREM/IFMA Golf Tournament
     Silver Spruce Golf Course – Peterson Air Force Base - September 24, 2010

                           REGISTRATION FORM

COMPANY ___________________________________________

      NAME OF GOLFERS                 DRIVER’S LICENSE #                        BIRTHDAY
1.

2.

3.

4.

NAME, DRIVER’S LICENSE # AND BIRTHDAY WILL GET YOU IN THE
FRONT GATE. YOU WILL ALSO NEED INSURANCE CERT AND
REGISTRATION IN YOUR CAR.

TICKET PACKETS - NEW!!! Preorder your Ticket Packets
Includes:         4 - "Par Three Competition" tickets, must purchase to be eligible for prizes
                  One Mulligan Ticket, Limit Two per person, extras $5 each
                  6 - Raffle Tickets, extras available 6 for $5
                  COST: $20 each, Limit one per person
ORDER
GOLFERS                 # Players________ x $125 =                      $ ________
TICKET PACKETS          # Packets________ x $20 =                       $________
LATE PAY, after 9/11/10 ADD: $20 per player                             $
     TOTAL                                                              $_________

PAYMENT - To help with registration, payment is requested by 9/17/10
What is your method of payment? Credit Card or Check?
       To pay by credit card: Link: members.ppar.com under "Member Links", see IREM
Golf.
Send REGISTRATION FORM via fax 476-8163 Or email to Linda Littlefield email:
llittlefield@ppar.org
         To pay by check: mail copy of REGISTRATION FORM and make check payable to:
                IREM – Chapter #53, 430 N. Tejon, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

								
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