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MARCH 27, 2020 REPORT #4
As OHBA fields questions, we will continue passing along the ongoing stream of information, FAQ, and updates. Both attached and linked below are a few of the most recent sources for your review.
For any past updates or further information, visit the OHBA website at www.ohiohba.com or like us on facebook/OhioHomeBuildersAssociation.
Coronavirus Workers Comp Update (See Attachment)
Bureau of Workers Compensation FAQ (See Attachment)
COVID-19 Resources for Businesses and Families
Ohio Chamber of Commerce info/FAQ, Employment Considerations
Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association Release
Contract and Contract Obligations. Even though work may proceed, it is important for contractors to examine their construction contracts to determine their rights and obligations under the current coronavirus pandemic circumstances.
The Order referenced utilities, construction, infrastructure, etc., so have interpreted to mean they may be part of essential business language. Engineers were not specified like accountants.
County Recorder Update
Please find the up-to-date excel spreadsheet regarding access to County Recorders’ offices. Currently, we have 17 counties Option 1; 70 Counties as Option 2; and 1 as Option 3.
Trumbull Co. is currently the only county in a level through due to employees presenting with symptoms.
Ohio Home Builders Association
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March 2, 2020
NAHB chief economist provides a brief economic analysis.
A call to action to defeat an amendment that will hurt housing.
Onerous code language could be added to Senate energy bill.
A win for housing and the small business community.
2020 starts off strong.
Alabama home building academy leads the way.
Recapping the new WOTUS rule and a key housing event.
Trade group has solutions to moisture-related flooring problems.
BUILD-PAC chair says engagement is crucial.
Recognizing federal lawmakers who stand up for housing.
A select group that has amplified housing's voice on Capitol Hill.