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      October 24, 2019

      Thursday   5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

      950 Hotel Circle North
      San Diego, California 92108

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      ADUs & Legislative Changes Removing Barriers to Building ADUs

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      "ADUs & Legislative Changes Removing Barriers to Building ADUs" This meeting is an UPDATE to Jared Basler's January 2018 presentation "Impediments to Housing Affordability: How Granny Flats became a solution to the housing crisis that everyone wants, but no-one wants to allow." DATE: Thursday, October 24, 2019 SCHEDULE: 5:30 PM - Registration / Networking / Tabletops Vendor Tabletops: $125 including dinner 6:30 PM - Dinner followed by Program PRESENTER: Jared Basler, Basis Studio "Godfather of Granny Flats" LOCATION: Handlery Hotel and Resort 950 Hotel Circle North, Mission Valley The state of California made a huge leap forward in its efforts to support the housing market when it approved legislation (SB1069, AB2406 and AB2299) that went into effect on January 1, 2017. These bills removed many of the hurdles preventing homeowners from building rentable granny flats on their single family residential lots. Granny Flat is just one of several different names known as Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), as well as second dwelling, In-law suites, companion unit, etc. For the sake of this recent legislation, an ADU is a RENTABLE secondary dwelling unit with complete living facilities for one or more persons. It can be attached to the primary house, detached from the primary house, or even converted/repurposed space within the primary home. At this meeting, Jared Basler will share information on the following topics concerning ADUs: - Recognize the impact of state legislation on the local built environment. - Identify the key requirements of California Government Code 65852.2. - Differentiate between local and state requirements for Accessory Dwelling Units. - Recognize how local ordinances impact housing affordability. - Identify methods employed by local jurisdictions to discourage the development of Accessory Dwelling Units. Speaker Bio: Jared Basler is a native San Diegan with 16 years' experience in the local construction and architecture communities. He is a graduate of New School of Architecture + Design. Jared is a Licensed Architect in Georgia, Nationally Certified through NCARB and is currently undergoing reciprocity here in California. Jared has always focused on niche markets in the industry, having gotten his start in waterproofing at Sunshine Supply. Jared's firm, Basis Studio, has carved out a niche in the ADU market as a go-to expert not only in design, but also in assisting jurisdictions in implementing the recent state legislation loosening the regulations on the development of ADUs. COST: SD Chapter Prof. Members: Cost incl. in the dues of current Chapter Prof. members SD Chapter Emerging Professional, Retired & Emeritus Members: $25.00 Students (members & non-members): $25.00 Non-members: $45.00 Vendor Tabletops: $125 (cost includes dinner for one vendor representative) Important Information about Registration: Payments for NO SHOWS or CANCELLATIONS not received before 3:00 PM on Monday, 10/21, will be retained in full.




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