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NAIOP of North Carolina Advocates for CRE with Lawmakers

Members from the three NAIOP chapters in North Carolina traveled to Raleigh last week for their legislative advocacy day within the state capitol. The two-day event provided an important opportunity for attendees to collaborate on the issues facing commercial real estate and advance the industry’s interests with state lawmakers.

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Green commuting

Top 30 Mid-Sized U.S. Cities for Green Commuting

A recent study of which mid-sized U.S. cities are leading the way in eco-friendly commuting analyzed several key factors including public transportation ridership, walking and cycling rates, carpooling engagement, access to EV charging stations, and the promotion of pedestrian and cycling commuting with green amenities and attractive urban environments.

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Wisconsin City Proposes Transportation Utility User Charge

Earlier this year NAIOP Wisconsin was made aware that the City of Wauwatosa was looking to fast-track the adoption of a transportation utility user charge or fee (TUF) in order to generate additional revenue for local transportation and infrastructure needs. The transportation utility fee would apply to both residential and commercial properties based on the vehicle traffic generated by the property’s use, and not necessarily their valuations.

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Tenant workforce

Tackling the Tenant Workforce Issue

A qualified, sustainable, and happy workforce is key to tenant success and exceedingly difficult to attain in today’s labor market. Speakers at I.CON East discussed effective practices for attracting, training and retaining workers at industrial facilities.

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Warehouse workers

Labor Trends in the Powerhouse Logistics Empire

Experts dug into the data behind labor and workforce trends in California’s Inland Empire and the surrounding regions, one of the most competitive labor markets for distribution and manufacturing workers in the western U.S., during a session at NAIOP’s I.CON West in Long Beach, California. However, alternative markets like Phoenix and Las Vegas/Reno could provide valuable options outside of the Inland Empire, especially when considering total cost modeling.

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Electric vehicle charging

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Top Priority for Local Governments

Cities and counties are increasingly adopting local ordinances that are intended to spur the electrification of our transportation system in order to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from fossil fuels. Local efforts to support the use of EVs by both the public and private sectors will require the development and expansion of a reliable and sustainable EV charging system.

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