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Aaron Foy, BLVD Builders, 303-200-0742

The Board is assited by the HBA Advocacy Team. If you would like to attend a meeting or find out more information about the Government Affairs Committee, contact:

Chérie Talbert, HBA Senior Vice President & Executive Director of the Metro Housing Coalition Political Committee 303-551-6734 


By joining this committee you will learn the issues that cost you time and money, share ideas with other leaders and industry experts, and become more effective in leading your company through the ever-increasing maze of regulations.   -Jeff Whiton, HBA CEO

Government Affairs Committee Info

Committee Members

17, plus non-voting members

Annual Dues / Membership Requirements

There are no additional fees to be a part of the GAC. Members must be an HBA member in good standing.

Meeting times

All meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of each month from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the HBA North conference room, unless otherwise indicated or notified in advance. The GAC does not meet in July or December. 

About the Government Affairs Committee

Mission Statement

To serve as a recommending body to the HBA Executive Committee and Board of Directors for policy development and action on the government affairs issues of either local or statewide impact to the home building industry. 

The Government Affairs Committee is comprised of 17 members, 12 of which are builder members who represent both publicly and privately held companies that include high volume, mid-sized volume and custom home builders. Four committee members are Associate members and one additional member is a representative of the Metro Housing Coalition. At least one of the 17 Committee members is also a current member of the HBA's Board of Directors, which provides a liaison between the Committee and the Board.

To ensure broad representation by informed members, selecting Government Affairs Committee members considers a member's area of expertise, active involvement in other HBA committees or councils and participation on the CAHB Board of Directors or standing committees. The President appoints the Committee Chair. 

The Advocate is a periodic review of issues throughout Metro Denver sent via e-mail. To receive the Advocate in your inbox contact the Director of Communications, Connie Dahl, or contact:

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Chérie Talbert, HBA Senior Vice President & Executive Director of the Metro Housing Coalition Political Committee 303-551-6734