Let’s Bond! – Typical Process for Bond Exoneration

All agencies have their own separate requirements that builders / developers must fulfill before their bonds on a project can be released.  For instance, depending on the location of a project within the County of Riverside, the County of Riverside Transportation Department could require an acceptance letter from the Eastern…
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We’d Love To Help! – The Basics: Keeping Track of Your Project Expenditures

A core question our firm receives all the time is, “What is the best strategy to manage our reimbursement packages and track our expenditures?” With each financing program [ex. Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF), Development Impact Fee (DIF), Community Facilities District (CFD), Road Bridge Benefit District (RBBD), etc.] and jurisdiction…
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Say Hello to HOA – Developer Services Deep Dive

Murow Development Consultants (Murow DC) has the experience, resources and team members (with over 45 industry professionals) to serve various aspects of a Homeowner Association Community.  We align our expertise with your needs to form a strategy to ensure the development team is supported and served well – from the…
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Say Hello to HOA – Murow Speaks HOA

Murow Development Consultants (Murow DC) have served many communities, utilizing our team of 45+ industry professionals, providing services for various aspects of a Homeowner Association.  Murow DC has several strategic segments, with one of those being a committed division for any and all items involving HOAs | Community Associations.  We…
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Dry Utilities Helpful Hint – Holiday Moratorium

With the holidays quickly approaching, the City of Los Angeles expects to experience heavier amounts of traffic flow throughout the city. In order to mitigate traffic buildup, they are enacting the Holiday Moratorium. If you have any construction being done in the public right of way, your project may be…
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Dry Utilities Helpful Hint – LADWP Staging Area

For years, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) has allowed for the transformer staging area to be located in the public right-of-way, but due to safety concerns, they are now asking for additional space inside private property. The staging area is in addition to the space and clearances…
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Know What’s Expected – Non-Responsive Bids

Ever heard of a bid being rejected for not being filled out on the correct form? It may seem unusual but in the world of Public Works bidding it is very common. The phrase Non-Responsive is extremely important when it comes to public bidding. What is a Responsive bid? Quite…
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Always Be Prepared – Prevailing Wage Determinations

When preparing for a project that falls under Prevailing Wage Requirements, it can sometimes feel like you need a secret decoder ring to decipher an employee’s Wage Determination. Hopefully we can clear up this mystery for you. Your project’s Wage Determination Period is determined by when the project was first…
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We’d Love to Help! – Key Processes of a Successful Reimbursement

There are several essential elements of a project with a public financing component – but none more important than the mandate of having to: adhere to public bidding requirements (to reinforce local competition and obtain competitive pricing), paying prevailing wages (evidence that all were paid properly), and maintaining accurate accounting…
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