December 6, 2018Reading Time: < 1 minute
On Monday, December 3, 2018, AIA New Jersey member William J Martin, AIA, testified before the NJ Senate Budget Committee regarding Senate Bill 1261: The Prohibition on Lightweight Construction, to present AIA NJ’s position that individual codes should not be legislated but should go through the code process. Use this link to listen to the proceedings. Bill’s remarks run timemark 42:42 thru 47:03. Q & A from Senators starts at 54:46 thru 1:01:03 and again at 1:05:59 thru 1:07:40.
By Stacey Ruhle Kliesch, AIA, AIA NJ Advocacy Consultant | Posted in AIA-NJ News, Codes & Regulations, Legislative & Government Affairs | Tagged: #NewJersey, #NJStateHouse, AIA, ALNNJ, legislativeandgovernmentaffairs, member benefit, NJ, Trenton, WilliamJMartinAIA, wjmarchitect | Comments (0)
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