Monday, December 30, 2013

Immigration Reform May Be Held Up By Budget Talks

Efforts to overhaul immigration may be stymied if congressional budget negotiators fail to strike a deal, immigration advocates say. Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Fla., and Darrell Issa, R-Calif., are working on separate measures to address the pathway to citizenship for current residents, which has been a sticking point in negotiations. Other factors that could stifle immigration overhaul include the looming 2014 elections, and the problems with the roll out of the federal health care law, this article says.

(From NRCA)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Friday, December 27, 2013

Proposed Tax-Code Changes Would Directly Affect Small Businesses

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., has begun releasing specific proposals to revamp the U.S. tax code. Many of the provisions will directly affect small businesses, this article notes. These include permanently doubling the amount companies can immediately expense when investing in certain fixed assets, lowering the corporate tax rate and changing accounting rules for small businesses.

(From NRCA)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Modular Technology Can Ease, Customize Vegetated Roof Systems

Modular technology can accelerate installation of vegetated roofs and customize their features, writes Katie Marks. This technology involves plants being grown inside trays over a root membrane, to protect roofing systems from penetration. The trays or modules could also come with drainage systems, and alter the characteristics of green roofs while reducing the time needed for their complete installation, Marks notes.

(From NRCA)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Utah Roofing Products Supplier Combines Business With Charitable Work

A roofing materials supplier in Utah that mainly caters to roofing contractors always includes charity work in its business, according to this article. Roofers Supply holds an annual donations drive during the holidays to benefit the Utah Food Bank and to help other charities as a way of giving back to the community. The company celebrates its 20th year in April and aims to maintain its charity work even if conditions get rough for business, said Stephanie Pappas, one of the owners of Roofers Supply.

(From NRCA)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Budget Nears Final Senate Approval

The Senate on Tuesday moved closer to passing a budget, voting 67-33 to end debate on the measure and bring it before the full Senate, most likely today. The plan received bipartisan support, and shows a willingness to avoid the budget deadlock experienced over the past several years.

(From NRCA)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Monday, December 23, 2013

U.S. Budget Deal Heads off Deadlock but Issues Remain


Budget negotiators from the House and Senate over the weekend put the final touches on a deal that, if approved, would be first budget agreement since 2011. The proposal is expected to do nothing to significantly reduce U.S. debt, scale back the cuts provided by the sequester, close tax loopholes or reform expensive retirement or health care programs.

(From NRCA)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602
www.trentcotney.com



Friday, December 20, 2013

House Bill Will Repeal Fee for License Renewal


Water Well Contractors: Chapter 373, Part II (licensing and regulation): House Bill 999, effective July 1, 2013, will repeal Rule 62-531-340(1)(d), which is a $14 per CEU fee for license renewal.

(From Construction Regulation Subcommittee Monthly Report 11/2013)


Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602




Thursday, December 19, 2013

Hopefully, all members have forwarded the mandatory notices to their employees regarding their participation in healthcare plans by October 1, 2013, as was required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). One rule that is often overlooked in the ACA requires employers with more than 50 employees to provide lactation space for nursing mothers to express breast milk for one year after a child’s birth, a reasonable break time for that purpose, and a place other than a bathroom for the employees’ use. On November 27, 2013, the Obama administration announced a major delay in the online portion of the federally run Small Business Health Options (SHOP) program, the component of the ACA designed to expand health insurance options for small businesses. The administration announced that online enrollment through will be delayed from December 1 until November 2014. This delay follows a two-month delay announced earlier this year. Small businesses still will have the option to purchase SHOP health insurance plans through a broker or agent who will assist the employer with filing a paper application with the government, for coverage taking effect January 1, 2014. The government expects to be able to process paper filings for eligibility within three to five business days, according to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the government agency charged with implementing the ACA. The SHOP program was specifically designed for businesses with fewer than 50 employees to be able to shop for health insurance through online exchanges similar to those available to individuals under the ACA.

(NRCA)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Offer of Judgment Found Invalid

Regions Bank v. Paul Rhodes and Sunset Lakes of St. Lucie, LLC, 38 Fla. L. Weekly D2400a, Case No. 4D13-72, filed November 20, 2013: Offer of judgment pursuant to s.Kuvin v. Keller Ladders, Inc., 797 So. 2d 611 (Fla. 3d DCA 2001) and Shoppes of Liberty City, LLC v. Sotolongo, 932 So. 2d 468 (Fla. 3d DCA 2006), but certified the conflict in light of Campbell v. Goldman, 959 So. 2d 223 (Fla. 2007), which found an offer of judgment invalid because it failed to cite the statutory provisions in addition to the rule citation.768.79(1) and FRCP 1.441 ("settlement proposals") was found to be invalid because it was served by the defendant (Regions Bank) less than 90 days after it had been made a party by filing of an amended complaint (although it was served more than 90 days after filing of original complaint). The court found rejected the "mere technical violation" rationale adopted in

(From Construction Regulation Subcommittee Monthly Report 11/2013)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Owner Sued Restoration Contractor

Preusler & Associates, Inc. v. Stephen A. Scott, 38 Fla. L. Weekly D2436a, Case No. 1D12-5409, filed November 20, 2013: Owner sued restoration contractor under FDUTPA, and contractor counterclaimed for breach of contract, but did not plead entitlement to fees. After summary judgment was granted on both claims in favor of contractor, it filed a motion for attorney fees pursuant to s.501.2105, which was granted without a specify finding of the number of hour reasonably expended to defend the FDUTA claim. While finding that the contractor had waived its claim for fees, the case was REVERSED and REMANDED for a determination by the trial court of the reasonable number of hours, hourly rate, and any modification factors.

(From Construction Regulation Subcommittee Monthly Report)


Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602



Monday, December 16, 2013

Writ of Certiorari was Granted Quashing Order Discharging Claim of Lien and Notice of Lis Pendens

Premier Finishes, Inc. and Peter Torres v. Chris Maggirias, Trustee, 38 Fla. L. Weekly D2388a. Case No. 2D13-1340, filed November 15, 2013: Writ of Certiorari was granted quashing order discharging claim of lien and notice of lis pendens based on trial court's finding that contractor's use of its fictitious name invalidated the underlying contract. Since the trial court's failure to make a specific finding that the "faulty" claim of lien adversely affected the owner could not be remedied on appear, Certiorari relief was appropriate.

(From Construction Regulation Subcommittee Monthly Report 11/2013)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Friday, December 13, 2013

Restoration Contactor Sued Insurance Carrier for Breach of Contract

Nextgen Restoration, Inc., v. Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, Case Noo. 2D12-2990, filed November 15, 2013: Restoration Contractor sued insurance carrier for breach of contract based on owner's assignment of insurance policy of a claim for water remediation. Carrier filed motion to dismiss based on failure to attach policy to complaint, but also answered the compliant by asserting an affirmative defense that assignment was invalid because the policy prohibited assignment; trial court granted carrier's motion to dismiss "based on a standing issue," without leave to amend. The dismissal was REVERSED and REMANDED  because the basis for outside the motion to dismiss, and could not be resolved without a copy of the policy being part of the record.

(From Construction Regulation Subcommittee Monthly Report 11/2013)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Thursday, December 12, 2013

10-year Statute of Repose Case Reversed and Remanded

Clearwater Housing Authority v. Future Capital Holding Corporation, et. al., 38 Fla. L. Weekly D232a, Case No. 2D12-5515, filed November 8, 2013: Summary Judgment in favor of defendant contractor based on 10-year Statute of Repose was REVERSED AND REMANDED for determination of material fact as to date of completion of design contract pursuant to s. 95.11, which date may have occurred several years after issuance of certificate of occupancy and actual possession by owner.

(From Construction Regulation Subcommittee Monthly Report 11/2013)


Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602
www.trentcotney.com

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

When to Request a Formal Administrative Hearing

Carlos M. Gonzalez v. Department of Health, Case No. 1D12-3888, filed November 12, 2013 [also see eelier appeal reported at 120 So. 3d 234 (Fla. 1st DCA 2013]: Failure to request a formal administrative hearing when it became apparent at the informal hearing that the material facts were in dispute does not preserve that issue for appeal notwithstanding that a formal hearing should then be held pursuant to Mixon v. Department of State, 686 So. 2d 755 (Fla. 1st DCA 1997), since it is not the responsibility of the administrative board to terminate an informal hearing when disputed material facts become apparent. Goodson v. Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Real Estate, 978 So. 2d 195 (Fla. 1st DCA 2008).

(From Construction Regulation Subcommittee Monthly Report 11/2013)


Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Crane Buckles While Raising Roof of Brazil Stadium; 2 Workers Killed

Brazil is facing a time crunch to finish the stadiums that will be used for 2014 World Cup. The $360 million Arena Corinthians in Sao Paulo -- the stadium that is nearest completion -- faced a setback last week when a crane hoisting a 500-ton metal structure for the roof buckled, sending the structure plummeting and killing two workers. Skepticism about the country's ability to finish the venues is growing. 

(From NRCA)



Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Monday, December 9, 2013

NRCA Issues Statement Regarding Proposed Legislation to Reform Cost Recovery Provisions


On Nov. 21, Senate Finance Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) released a discussion draft of proposed legislation to reform the cost recovery provisions of the federal tax code. This draft would repeal the current depreciation system, referred to as Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System, and replace it with a new system that pools assets into separate categories. The draft also instructs the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) to analyze the economic depreciation rates of tangible assets. The Department of Treasury then is authorized to review CBO's findings and determine whether assets should be reassigned depreciation schedules or whether new ones should be created.



Under the Baucus proposal, these depreciation schedule changes would generate nearly $700 million in revenue for the government during the next decade, which would be used to offset cutting the 35 percent corporate income tax rate. Unfortunately, Baucus proposed cutting tax rates only for C corporations and not for pass-through businesses that pay income taxes at the individual rate.

NRCA supports comprehensive tax reform that boosts economic growth by substantially lowering individual and corporate tax rates. Roughly 75 percent of NRCA members are S corporations, LLCs and other pass-through entities, so cutting taxes for entrepreneurs that file at the individual rates, as well as for large corporations, is essential for the roofing industry. Therefore, NRCA is disappointed the discussion draft does not include reductions in individual income tax rates.

NRCA also supports reforming the depreciation schedule for commercial roofs in tax reform. The current 39-year depreciation schedule is an obstacle to economic growth and is more than double the 17-year average life cycle of a commercial roof. Baucus has proposed extending the depreciation schedule for real property, including commercial roofs, to 43 years in his discussion draft. This does nothing to remove the incentive for building owners to make only piecemeal repairs to a failing roof rather than employing a full retrofit. Extending the depreciation schedule further complicates business owners' tax decisions; does nothing to promote economic growth; and fails to advance greater energy efficiency within the commercial building sector. Baucus said his goal is to "establish a system of cost recovery that better approximates the decline in the economic value of an asset," but 43 years to depreciate a commercial roof does not accurately represent its economic value.

NRCA is pleased to see that Baucus included higher Section 179 expensing limits in his discussion draft. The proposal permanently would increase the expensing limits to $1 million and be indexed for inflation.

Baucus has requested comments regarding the discussion draft be submitted by Jan. 17, 2014. NRCA will submit comments that address its concerns regarding the proposed reforms to the tax code in a comprehensive manner. NRCA remains committed to working with lawmakers to pass pro-growth tax policies that benefit the roofing industry and the economy. For more information, please contact NRCA's Washington, D.C., office at (800) 338-5765.

(From NRCA)



Trenton H. Cotney

Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602



Friday, December 6, 2013

PPI for Construction Materials and Components Decreased Slightly in October


The seasonally adjusted producer price index (PPI) for materials and components used in construction fell 0.2 percent in October from September, according to www.abc.org. The PPI program measures the average change over time in the selling prices received by domestic producers for their output. 


The index was down 0.3 percent on a yearly basis. Nonresidential construction materials prices fell 0.5 percent in October and were unchanged during the past 12 months. 



"We continue to observe a lack of significant inflationary pressures globally and nationally," says Associated Builders and Contractors Chief Economist Anirban Basu. "Despite ongoing expressions of concern regarding inflation due to stimulus measures being conducted by the U.S. Federal Reserve and other major central banks around the world, the data continue to reflect remarkable stability in construction materials prices. 


"However, there is no guarantee that the stability of materials prices will persist," Basu continues. "The situation in Iran appears to be heating up and that could ultimately translate into commodity supply interruptions, boosting prices in the process. Moreover, U.S. economic growth is expected to accelerate next year, which, all things being equal, tends to push input costs higher."

(From NRCA)


Trenton H. Cotney

Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602




Thursday, December 5, 2013

OSHA Schedules Public Meeting on Proposed Rule to Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses

WASHINGTON – The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has scheduled a public meeting to allow interested parties to comment on the proposed rule to improve tracking of workplace injuries and illnesses. OSHA's proposed rule amends its current record keeping regulations to add requirements for the electronic submission of injury and illness information employers are already required to keep under existing standards, Part 1904.

The meeting will be held from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014, at the U.S. Department of Labor in Washington, D.C. Requests to attend or speak at the meeting may be submitted electronically at http://www.regulations.gov, the Federal eRulemaking Portal or by mail or facsimile. The deadline to request to attend the meeting as a speaker or observer is Friday, Dec. 13, 2013. See the Federal Register notice for more details.

Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers are responsible for providing safe and healthful workplaces for their employees. OSHA's role is to ensure these conditions for America's working men and women by setting and enforcing standards, and providing training, education and assistance. For more information, visit http://www.osha.gov.

(From OSHA)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

FRSA: Without Florida Building Commission Intervention, Less Protection, Higher Insurance Awaits Floridians

Florida's Association of Roofing Professionals cautions that Florida residents could face property insurance rate hikes if existing building codes are replaced by a generic "International Building Code". Florida Building Commission committees are considering requests to preserve existing code this week.
Winter Park, FL (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
Florida Building Commission (FBC) committees begin meeting this week to consider requests to preserve Florida-specific building regulations for the 2013 code cycle. Without approval by the Commission, the codes will disappear in favor of a generic, international code that will likely result in less protection and higher property insurance rates for Florida residents.
Mark Zehnal, CPRC, the Director of Technical Services for FRSA, submitted more than 200 requests this summer hoping to preserve the current code on behalf of Floridians. “FRSA is taking a stand, not just for the contractors but for the people of the State,” Zehnal says.
Legislation introduced since the 2010 Florida Building Code cycle takes a first step toward replacing the Florida Building Code with a generic International Building Code developed by the non-regulatory International Code Council (ICC). The one-size-fits-all code fails to account for the unique high humidity, high wind, rain and large coastal areas of the State around which the Florida Building Code was developed in the decades following Hurricane Andrew. This effort is spearheaded by the Building Officials Association of Florida, and it could result in a financial windfall for ICC – an organization with no obligation to Florida’s residents.
If the Florida Building Commission fails to muster the three-fourths “super majority” required to preserve the current code, Floridians will not only have to face living and working in buildings constructed under less protective codes, they will also face higher property insurance rates as insurance companies assume the risks of insuring those structures.
FRSA (http://www.floridaroof.com), the largest regional roofing association in the country, has contributed countless volunteer hours to the development and revision of roofing-related provisions of the Florida Building Code designed to preserve the health, safety and welfare of Florida residents. For more information about this issue or FRSA, contact John Hellein at john (at) floridaroof (dot) com or (407) 671-3772 ext. 127.


(From: FRSA)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Congressional Budget Committee Expected to Miss Deadline


The committee assigned by U.S. Congress to come up with a budget compromise was given a Dec. 13 deadline to complete its work, but many say there is almost no hope that an agreement will be reached by then. Business groups and labor organizations are increasingly expressing frustration with governing by crisis. "It's a stupid way to run a country," said Maya MacGuineas, who leads Campaign to Fix the Debt, a nonpartisan advocacy group.

(from NRCA)


Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Friday, November 22, 2013

OSHA Issues Proposed Rule to Improve Workplace Safety and Health

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a proposed rule to improve workplace safety and health through improved tracking of workplace injuries and illnesses. The announcement follows the Bureau of Labor Statistics' release of its annual Occupational Injuries and Illnesses report, which estimates that 3 million workers were injured on the job in 2012. 

The public will have 90 days, through Feb. 6, 2014, to submit written comments on the proposed rule. On Jan. 9, 2014, OSHA will hold a public meeting on the proposed rule in Washington, D.C. 

The proposed rule was developed following a series of stakeholder meetings in 2010 to help OSHA gather information about electronic submission of establishment-specific injury and illness data. OSHA is proposing to amend its current recordkeeping regulations to add requirements for the electronic submission of injury and illness information employers already are required to keep under existing standards, Part 1904. The first proposed new requirement is for establishments with more than 250 employees (and who already are required to keep records) to electronically submit the records to OSHA quarterly. 

OSHA also is proposing that establishments with 20 or more employees in certain industries with high injury and illness rates be required to submit electronically only their summary of work-related injuries and illnesses to OSHA once a year. Currently, many such firms report this information to OSHA under OSHA's Data Initiative. 

OSHA plans to eventually post the data online, as encouraged by President Obama's Open Government Initiative. OSHA believes timely, establishment-specific injury and illness data will help the agency target its compliance assistance and enforcement resources more effectively by identifying workplaces where workers are at greater risk and enable employers to compare their injury rates with others in the same industry. 


(From NRCA)


Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Thursday, November 21, 2013

NRCA Releases Hazard Communication Program

In preparation for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA's) recently revised Hazard Communication System (HCS), NRCA has released NRCA's Hazard Communication Program: Know the Signs, a comprehensive program designed to help roofing contractors train their employees regarding the new HCS and comply with OSHA's requirements for managing and communicating to workers all aspects of hazardous chemicals they may use and encounter on the job. 

The new HCS makes OSHA regulations consistent with the Globally Harmonized System (GHS), a way to globally convey hazard information by requiring the use of simplified warning labels and graphics and provide a consistent safety data sheet (SDS) format for all products containing chemicals that pose a physical or health hazard. 

OSHA requires that all workers in all industries be trained regarding revised aspects of GHS by Dec. 1. 

NRCA's Hazard Communication Program: Know the Signs offers a complete compliance program that will help roofing contractors provide the training OSHA requires for the new HCS, including a DVD with video content in English and Spanish; an instructors guide and student manual; a PowerPoint® presentation for use in facilitating training sessions; written examination to assess worker comprehension of the HCS worker rules; sample hazard communication program; chemical inventory list template; and SDS request letter for use in developing a company program. 



(From NRCA)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602


Wednesday, November 20, 2013

OSHA Extends Silica Rule Comment Period by 47 Days

On Oct. 25, OSHA announced a 47-day extension of the public comment deadline for OSHA’s proposed crystalline silica rulemaking, extending the deadline from Dec. 11 to Jan. 27. More than 25 business organizations, including ABC, the Construction Industry Safety Coalition and others in the industry, requested additional time for stakeholders to appropriately analyze OSHA’s proposal, develop useful data and provide meaningful feedback. Also requesting extensions were the U.S. House of Representatives Education and the Workforce Committee and Small Business Committee and the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy. Most requests, including ABC’s, asked for 90 days.

In addition, OSHA extended the deadline to submit notices of intention to appear at public hearings, from Nov. 12 to Dec. 12. The agency also postponed the public hearings by 14 days, to March 18, 2014.


“OSHA received numerous extension requests from a diverse range of industries, and nearly all the requests asked for an additional 90 days, so it is disappointing and puzzling that the agency did not grant the consensus amount,” said Sean Thurman, Director of Legislative Affairs at ABC National. “We would have also preferred separate public hearings for construction and general industry, and additional hearing venues outside of DC. However, any additional time is valuable to our industry as we move forward in this rule making.”

(From NRCA)


Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Monday, November 18, 2013

See the First Section of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub


The first section of the nearly $4 billion World Trade Center Transportation Hub is now open to the public. Designed by world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava, the World Trade Center West Concourse is a study in white, and gives New Yorkers the chance to experience Calatrava's famous articulated ribs on a daily basis. The new 600-foot-long passageway replaces a temporary pedestrian bridge over West Street and allows commuters to get from the WTC PATH Station to offices on the far West Side without having to walk up to street level.


(From NRCA)

Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602

Friday, November 15, 2013

NRCA Has Posted Four Position Papers

  • "Reform Must End Illegal Immigration, Address Roofing Industry Needs"
  • "NRCA Supports Repeal of the Health Insurance Tax"
  • "NRCA Supports Comprehensive Tax Reform"
  • "NRCA Supports Regulatory Reform Legislation"
To view the position papers on NRCA's website, click here


(From NRCA)



Trenton H. Cotney
Florida Bar Certified Construction Lawyer
Trent Cotney, P.A.
1211 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL 33602