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Alicia Huey Seeks Certification as Candidate for NAHB 2020 Third Vice Chair

Filed in Councils & Committees, Leadership by on September 7, 2018 10 Comments

The NAHB Nominations Committee has announced that Alicia Huey, president of AGH Homes Inc. in Birmingham, Ala., submitted her letter of intent to seek certification as a candidate for NAHB 2020 Third Vice Chairman at the 2019 International Builders’ Show meetings. She is a member of the Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders.

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Join an NAHB Committee: But Do This First

Filed in Councils & Committees, Leadership, Membership by on August 17, 2018 0 Comments
Join an NAHB Committee: But Do This First

The online application for NAHB committee and council board of trustees appointments is open until Sept. 23. But there is also another looming deadline that will determine which NAHB members are eligible to apply: You must ensure that your membership is current and in good standing by Aug. 31 to make sure the record reflects that fact.

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NAHB to Administration: Negotiate Now

Filed in Leadership by on August 2, 2018 5 Comments
NAHB to Administration: Negotiate Now

As lumber prices continue to climb to the detriment of home builders and their customers, members of the NAHB Board of Directors have an important message for Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer: Negotiate now.

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Nation’s Home Builders Elect Leadership for 2018

Filed in International Builders' Show, Leadership, Membership by on January 11, 2018 1 Comment
Nation’s Home Builders Elect Leadership for 2018

Taking the helm as NAHB Chair is Randy Noel, a Louisiana-based custom home builder with more than 30 years of experience in the industry. Noel is president of Reve Inc., a custom home building firm that has developed more than 1,000 custom homes in the greater New Orleans area.

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Please Delete ‘IBS Attendee List’ Spam Emails

Filed in International Builders' Show, Membership by on November 30, 2017 0 Comments
Please Delete ‘IBS Attendee List’ Spam Emails

As IBS approaches, some of our members have received email inquiries about their interest in purchasing the 2018 “NAHB International Builders’ Show’s Attendees List,” which contains, among other data, “complete mailing details” and email addresses. These solicitations are scams.

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Read, Watch NAHB Board Meeting Highlights

Filed in Councils & Committees, Leadership by on July 20, 2017 0 Comments
Read, Watch NAHB Board Meeting Highlights

NAHB committees, councils and trustees for various boards met during June’s Midyear Board of Directors events to discuss issues of importance to their members. Here’s what they talked about.

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Vice President Pence Speaks to NAHB This Morning

Filed in Capitol Hill, Leadership by on June 14, 2017 0 Comments
Vice President Pence Speaks to NAHB This Morning

Vice President Mike Pence addresses NAHB members who are in Washington, D.C. this morning for the association’s Legislative Conference before the members head to Capitol Hill and a visit with their legislators.

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NAHB Mourns Passing of John R. Giaquinto

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NAHB Mourns Passing of John R. Giaquinto

John R. Giaquinto, 94, a longtime leader in the New Jersey HBA, BUILD-PAC and NAHB, died June 9.

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Corps to Discuss Wetlands Permits

Corps to Discuss Wetlands Permits

NAHB members planning to attend the Midyear Meeting – or members who have the time to come to Washington, D.C. for the morning – may want to also attend a special session at 10 a.m. June 16 when representatives from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers come to call.

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EPA Head to Speak to NAHB June 15

NAHB will welcome Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt to the Midyear Meetings in Washington, D.C. on June 15 to update board and committee members on progress the Trump administration has made toward cutting red tape from the regulatory process and transferring more authority from the federal government to the states.

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