September 2018 newsletter Print

BOMA Golf Outing

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President's Report

It looks like summer has flown by too quickly....we hosted our annual golf outing at the Links at Ivy Ridge on Monday, August 20th.  We filled our hard limit of 144 golfers, and great golf, sunshine, prizes and food rounded out the day.  Thank you for joining us to support your local BOMA association and Camp Good Days!

We are looking for members to fill seats on our dynamic BOMA Board or Directors.  If you would like to learn more about Board opportunties, please call Jennifer @ (716) 856-3801.  The call for nominations will be emailed this month.

A reminder: 
It's time to think about recognizing the people who make your operation special!  Our annual Awards luncheon is coming up November 21st at the Annual Meeting of BOMA Buffalo.   The call for nominations will be out soon!


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Calendar of Events

September 19th- Active Shooter Program. (Templeton Landing)

October 16 - Tour of Hotel Henry

October 17 - Facilities Management Expo

November 14 - BOMA Awards Luncheon and Annual Business Meeting

November 30 - Holiday Celebration (Buffalo Riverworks)

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Welcome New Members

A warm BOMA Buffalo welcome to our new members:

Rebecca Poynton, VP Sales and Business Development, Veraview, LLC.

Art Hauret, Property Manager, Main Place Liberty Group

Stefania Talarico, Business Development Exec, Clean MD Commercial Cleaning

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Get to Know A BOMA Buffalo Member!

Name: Jennifer Santini
Job Title: Sr. Program Outreach
Company: Lime Energy

1.   What is your favorite form of exercise?


2.   What is one of your favorite time of the year?


3.  Where is your hometown?

Lockport, NY  

4.   What accomplishment are you the proudest of?

Earning a Master's Degree

5.   Where is your favorite thing about your career?

Educating consumers on the importance of energy efficiency for small businesses

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The US Supreme Court vs American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

The US Supreme Court ruled that non-members cannot be forced in certain states to pay fees to unions representing public employees such as teachers and police, shutting off a key union revenue source.  The 5-4 ruling overturned a 1977 Supreme Court precedent that had permitted these so-called agency fees, which have been collected by millions of workers who opt not to join unions in lieu of union dues to fund non-political activities such as collective bargaining.



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