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    Food, Flying A, and Firestone!

    Reiff’s Antique Gas Station Museum Dinner Meeting

    It is a no wonder that CSA members traveled from all directions to attend the dinner meeting and program March 26th in Woodland, CA. All twenty four people in attendance just loved the experience of visiting Reiff’s, as did the CSA group that visited the museum last year. To think that this endeavor didn’t start until fifteen years ago, the collection of old signs and 1950’s memorabilia assembled so far, is just amazing.

    Jeff Aran, CSA Legal Counsel and Director of Government Affairs, made a presentation on differentiating an independent contractor from an employee. He shared with the members; there are several different litmus tests that you need to be keenly aware of, used by a number of government agencies that are very concerned with making certain companies are classifying your people correctly.

    Items discussed with the members included:
    1) Assembly Bill 1897 – Chapter 728
    2) Information from the EDD on the Construction Industry.
    3) IRS, Information on Independent Contractor vs. employee
    4) Forms for determination of worker status for purposes of Federal Employment Taxes and Income Withholding.

    If you are a member of the California Sign Association (CSA), please feel free to give Mr. Aran a call on this topic should you have any questions.
    If you are not a member feel free to give the CSA Office a Call to join @ 916-932-0021, ask for Cheryl – Director of Member Services.

    Photo Credits: Skip Moore
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    About Roy Flahive

    Now CSA's Executive Director, Roy Flahive, has worked within the sign industry for more than 40 years. He is well-known and highly respected, having sat on numerous boards, including those of ISA, San Diego Area Lighting Advisory, the California State Contractors License Board, and UL's Industry Advisory Committee. He recently led CSA in engaging the California Energy Commission and the California utility companies in their ongoing work on Title 24 regulations. Most recently, Flahive represented Western States Sign Council (WSSC) while on the CSA board, and in that capacity, helped to coordinate joint WSSC/ CSA initiatives. Notably, Flahive has twice been elected President (Chairman of the Board) of CSA.

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