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Board Member for Benton County Board of Appeals

Benton County is currently seeking candidates to serve on its duly established Board of Appeals, the Board shall include members with the following background and experience: i. One Quorum Court Member ii. One attorney iii. One professional engineer licensed in Arkansas iv. One professional architect or landscape architect v. One city, county or regional planner vi. One realtor or developer vii. One master builder or a person with ten or more years of experience in construction or supervision of construction of buildings. Candidates must be a resident of Benton County, appointed by the County Judge, and confirmed by the Quorum […]

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AIA Arkansas Recognized by AIA SGN News

AIA Arkansas Recognized by AIA SGN News

The “Around the Nation” section of the AIA State Government Network newsletter featured AIA Arkansas for our “Meet the Gubernatorial Candidates” lecture at the recent 2014 AIA Arkansas State Convention held in Hot Springs. To view a copy of the article, click the link below. AIA SGN Newsletter – November Edition

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Make Sure You’re in the AIA Advocacy Network

The monthly virtual advocacy meeting has been revamped to become the monthly Network call with the next installment being on September 30th at 4:00 pm EDT. AIA Advocacy Network members can join Advocacy staff to hear the latest on the legislative and policy issues that affect the profession. Get the call details and make sure you are eligible to participate.

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Help Extend 179D

We need your help to promote energy-efficient design with members of Congress. Tell your representative to extend the 179D tax deduction now at the AIA Advocacy Center.

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Support the National Design Services Act

The AIA and the AIAS announce the introduction of the National Design Services Act (NDSA), which will give architecture students the same relief from crushing student loan debt, which is already granted young lawyers, doctors and others in return for community service. The bipartisan legislation, H.R. 4205, was introduced Tuesday. Please contact your congressman today to support the timely passage of this important legislation.

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