Taking a variety of international perspectives, essays discuss topics such as property law and the capture of betterment value in Britain and France, special assessments inCalifornia, hybrid land readjustment processes in India, community benefits agreements, transit value captures, and assessment of non-profit property tax exemptions.
What does CBA stand for?
CBA stands for Community Benefits Agreement (contract; various locations)
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We have 507 other meanings of CBA in our Acronym Attic
- Commercial Brokers Association
- Committee on Border Affairs (Vietnam)
- Commonwealth Bank of Australia
- Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (UK)
- Communauté Blairienne Autonome (French: Blairienne Autonomous Community; online forum)
- Community Bank of Arizona (Community Bancorp)
- Community Bankers Association
- Community Based Activity (various locations)
- Community Based Alternatives
- Community Based Approach (various locations)
- Community Birth Attendant
- Community Broadcasters Association
- Compagnie Bretonne de l'Artichaut (French: Bretonne Artichoke Company)
- Competency Based Assessment (medical competency)
- Competitive Bidding Area (medical equipment sales)
- Composite Burst-Assembly
- Comprehensive Bankruptcy Alternative
- Comptoir Bayeusain de l'Automobile (French auto shop)
- Computer Business Applications (course)
- Concerned Bikers Abate
Samples in periodicals archive:
We are excited to move on to the next step in working with the Village of Hempstead to secure a Community Benefits Agreement and Project Labor Agreement with an eye toward breaking ground in early 2012.
I am writing you today to strongly suggest that you and other representatives of Tesco's Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meet with the Los Angeles Alliance for Healthy and Responsible Grocery Stores about establishing a Community Benefits Agreement that would focus on a public partnership to create quality jobs, filled by local residents, and operated in an environmentally sound manner that serves a diversity of communities, including those in underserved areas," Edwards wrote.
In 2001, it helped broker a deal with the Staples Center, getting the developers to sign a Community Benefits Agreement that required them to hire local residents, provide living-wage jobs and construct parks.
A first-of-its-kind community benefits agreement was signed in December 2004, providing a benefits package worth millions in coming years to residents living near Los Angeles International Airport.