Legislators return on May 8 to finish their work on the budget, taxes and conference committee reports.
This includes HB 2249, which includes HB 2118 eliminating environs review. We need to keep the pressure on Senators and Representatives to make sure they REJECT the conference …MORE >>
The Kansas State Board of Technical Professions (KSBTP) bill (SB 54) was amended to remove the “ethical marketing” sections. The KSBTP board members and representatives of AIA, ACEC, and KPE held a conference call on Friday, 2/15 to discuss the possibility …MORE >>
The Missouri Legislature is back in Session and there are several bills of note for the Architectural profession.
1. Approving a Building Code, HB 45, allows 3rd and 4th tier counties to adopt specified Building Codes and establish a building commission if approved by a vote …MORE >>
The Kansas State Board of Technical Professions has been introduced a bill in both houses of the legislature this week. It is SB 54 in the Senate and HB 2053 in the House. This bill contains amendments to licensing laws, one item of particular interest is …MORE >>
As chair of the Visioning Committee, I am excited to invite you to our new website for gathering ideas from our members about the future of AIA Kansas. This website is a place for all to participate in the conversation of what we want MORE >>
Here is a quick update from AIA KS for the board meeting.
• Anna Marie Bliss was awarded the 2012 AIA Kansas Student Honor Award for her achievements and involvement while at Kansas State University.
• Government Affairs update: – No major legislative action …MORE >>
• AIA MO held its Annual Meeting on March 27th in Jefferson City with the featured speaker being Christopher Green, AIA, LEED AP who presented an excellent overview of the International Green Construction Code (IGCC). He described the purpose for IGCC; …MORE >>
The Missouri State Legislature is back in session for 2012 which means that AIA Missouri Board is busy again working on legislative issues that affect architects and the practice of architecture in the State of Missouri.
Serving as AIA MO President this year is …MORE >>
The 2012 Legislative Session began on Monday, January 9th. The first week was dominated by tax policy. The Governor’s budget includes elimination of the historic tax credit and the state’s portion of captial construction dollars for schools. A proposal by Senator Dick Kelsey (R-Goddard) that would …MORE >>
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