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NYC Rules Updates ~ Thursday, October 3, 2019

(NYC RULES) October 15, 2019

The following NYC Rules update includes: (1) all City agency proposed rules that remain open for written public comment, (2) adopted rules that took effect during the previous week, (3) adopted rules soon taking effect. Please visit the NYC Rules website to read agency rules, submit comments on proposed rules, and learn about the rulemaking process.Proposed Rules Open for Written Public Comment

  • Comptroller’s Enforcement of the Prevailing Wage Law (NYCCOMP) – Comments must be posted by Friday, November 1 … read more
  • Rules Relating to Second-hand Automobile Dealers (DCA) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, October 30 …read more
  • Amendment of Green Infrastructure Grant Program Rules (DEP) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, October 30 … read more
  • Proposed Expansion of Organic Waste Source Separation Program (DSNY) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, November 20 … read more
  • Notice of Public Hearing and Opportunity to Comment on COIB Proposed Amendments to Board Rules Section 1-13(e) (COIB) – Comments must be posted by Friday, October 25 … read more
  • New Rules to Prohibit Deceptive Trade Practices by Certain For-Profit Schools (DCA) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, October 17 … read more
  • RPTL 421-a(16) Proposed Rule Amendments (HPD) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, October 29 … read more
  • Amendment of Rules Governing Nonpublic School Security Guard Program (DCAS) – Comments must be posted by Friday, October 4 … read more

Adopted Rules That Took Effect During the Previous Week

  • NYC Rent Guidelines Board Hotel Order #49 (RGB) – Rule took effect Tuesday, October 1 … read more
  • NYC Rent Guidelines Board Apartment & Loft Order #51 (RGB) – Rule took effect Tuesday, October 1 … read more
  • Amendment of Sidewalk Cafe Rules (DCA) – Rule took effect Thursday, October 3 … read more
  • COIB Notice of Adoption of Final Rule Regarding Enforcement Procedures (COIB) – Rule took effect Sunday, September 29 … read more
  • Notice of Adoption of Final Rules Regarding Legal Defense Trusts (COIB) – Rule took effect Friday, September 27 …read more
  • 3RCNY 608-01 Outdoor Stationary Storage Battery Systems (FDNY) – Rule took effect Tuesday, October 1 … read more

Adopted Rules Soon Taking Effect

  • Final 2019 IDNYC Rule Amendments (HRA) – Rule takes effect Monday, October 21 … read more
  • Notice of Adoption to Amend the Penalty Schedule for the Sales of Petroleum Products  (DCA) – Rule takes effect Thursday, October 24 … read more
  • Final Rule – Periodic Inspection of Gas Piping Systems (DOB) – Rule takes effect Wednesday, October 23 … read more
  • Amendment of Buildings Penalty Schedule (DOB) – Rule takes effect Sunday, October 20 … read more
  • Bus Lane Program Fines (DOF) – Rule takes effect Friday, October 18 … read more
  • Amendment of Sidewalk Cafe Rules (DCA) – Rule takes effect Thursday, October 3 … read more

To learn more about these and other recent rulemaking actions, please visit the NYC Rules website https://rules.cityofnewyork.us/ . You may also find agency rules in daily editions of the City Record.

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NYC Rules Updates ~ Monday, September 9, 2019

(NYC RULES UPDATES) September 9, 2019

The following NYC Rules update includes: (1) all City agency proposed rules that remain open for written public comment, (2) adopted rules that took effect during the previous week, (3) adopted rules soon taking effect. Please visit the NYC Rules website to read agency rules, submit comments on proposed rules, and learn about the rulemaking process.Proposed Rules Open for Written Public Comment

  • Amendment of Rules Governing Nonpublic School Security Guard Program (DCAS) – Comments must be posted by Friday, October 4 … read more
  • Notice of Public Hearing and Opportunity to Comment on COIB Proposed Rules Regarding Community Board Members (COIB) – Comments must be posted by Friday, September 27 … read more
  • Amendment of seafood distribution market rules and penalty schedule for violations relating to photo identification card compliance.  (BIC) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, October 2 … read more
  • Income Savings Plan Program  (DHS) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, September 24 … read more
  • Proposed Rules Governing Ticket Sellers (DCA) – Comments must be posted by Monday, September 16 … read more
  • Amended Penalties for Driving in a Restricted Bus Lane  (DOF) – Comments must be posted by Monday, September 9 …read more
  • Public Sewer Use Rules Revision (DEP) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, September 11 … read more
  • Hazardous Substances Emergency Response Penalty Schedule (DEP) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, September 11 … read more
  • Proposed Repeal of OATH Hazardous Materials Penalty Schedule (OATH) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, September 10 … read more

Adopted Rules That Took Effect During the Previous Week

  • Required Disclosures Of Short-Term Rental Transactions By Booking Services (MAYOR) – Rule took effect Friday, September 6 … read more
  • Commission on Human Rights Rules of Practice (CCHR) – Rule took effect Thursday, September 5 … read more

Adopted Rules Soon Taking Effect

  • Amendment of Sidewalk Cafe Rules (DCA) – Rule takes effect Thursday, October 3 … read more
  • COIB Notice of Adoption of Final Rule Regarding Enforcement Procedures (COIB) – Rule takes effect Sunday, September 29 … read more
  • Notice of Adoption of Final Rules Regarding Legal Defense Trusts (COIB) – Rule takes effect Friday, September 27 …read more
  • PROMULGATION OF AMENDMENTS OF ASBESTOS RULES AND AIR ASBESTOS PENALTY SCHEDULE.  (DEP) – Rule takes effect Friday, September 20 … read more
  • 3RCNY 608-01 Outdoor Stationary Storage Battery Systems (FDNY) – Rule takes effect Tuesday, October 1 … read more
  • Amendments to Campaign Finance Board Rules (CFB) – Rule takes effect Monday, September 16 … read more
  • Rules Governing Auctioneers and Auction Houses (DCA) – Rule takes effect Saturday, September 14 … read more
  • Mitchell Lama Rule Amendments (HPD) – Rule takes effect Friday, September 13 … read more

To learn more about these and other recent rulemaking actions, please visit the NYC Rules website https://rules.cityofnewyork.us/ . You may also find agency rules in daily editions of the City Record.

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Trump Wants to Give Landlords Even More Power Over People With Criminal Records

(VICE) Morgan Baskin, September 7, 2019

Landlords have a lot of power. They can, for example, deny renters’ applications for housing for a slew of reasons, including having a criminal history. Now, the Trump administration wants to take away one of the only tools available to people with criminal records in their fight for fair housing — and give landlords even greater ability to discriminate.

Under federal law, people can sue landlords if they’re denied housing based on their criminal histories — particularly if the crime is old or unrelated to housing. But the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) proposed a new rule last month that would give landlords a free pass if they hired a third-party company to vet their applicants, which as many as 90% of landlords do, according to experts. The companies use software to analyze prospective tenants’ credit and criminal histories and give landlords a recommendation about whether to offer them a lease.

The new rule, which could go into effect as early as October, would allow landlords to avoid legal liability for acting on the recommendations provided to them — even in cases where they deny housing to someone with a decade-old shoplifting charge. And those decisions could disproportionately affect people of color and turn deny housing to those who need it the most.

“If you take away all these restrictions, and give landlords carte blanche to just turn people down willy nilly for whatever they want … it’s going to fall on people who have those records more often,” said Eric Dunn, the National Housing Law Project’s Director of Litigation. “So it’s going to be African Americans, it’s going to be Latinos.”

While people with criminal histories aren’t a protected class under the Fair Housing Act, the seminal 1968 law that still guides housing law today, previous presidential administrations have tried to make discriminating against tenants more difficult.

Source: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/vb5bm3/trump-wants-to-give-landlords-even-more-power-over-people-with-criminal-records

NYC Rules Updates ~ Friday, August 16, 2019

(NYC RULES UPDATE) August 15, 2019

The following NYC Rules update includes: (1) all City agency proposed rules that remain open for written public comment, (2) adopted rules that took effect during the previous week, (3) adopted rules soon taking effect. Please visit the NYC Rules website to read agency rules, submit comments on proposed rules, and learn about the rulemaking process.Proposed Rules Open for Written Public Comment

  • Proposed Rules Governing Ticket Sellers (DCA) – Comments must be posted by Monday, September 16 … read more
  • Amended Penalties for Driving in a Restricted Bus Lane  (DOF) – Comments must be posted by Monday, September 9 …read more
  • Public Sewer Use Rules Revision (DEP) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, September 11 … read more
  • Hazardous Substances Emergency Response Penalty Schedule (DEP) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, September 11 … read more
  • Proposed Repeal of OATH Hazardous Materials Penalty Schedule (OATH) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, September 10 … read more
  • Proposed Amendments to 3 RCNY 401-06 “Fire and Emergency Preparedness Guide and Notices” (FDNY) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, August 29 … read more
  • Amendment of Amusement Devices Rules (DCA) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, August 29 … read more
  • Amendment of Credit Card Convenience Fee Rules (DOF) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, August 27 … read more
  • Amendment of Buildings Penalty Schedule (DOB) – Comments must be posted by Monday, August 26 … read more
  • Construction Worker Safety Information Signs (DOB) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, August 22 … read more
  • Jerome Avenue Relocation Grant Program (SBS) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, August 22 … read more
  • Proposed Amendments to IDNYC Rule (HRA) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, August 21 … read more

Adopted Rules That Took Effect During the Previous WeekNo Adopted Rules took effect during the previous weekAdopted Rules Soon Taking Effect

  • Rules Governing Auctioneers and Auction Houses (DCA) – Rule takes effect Saturday, September 14 … read more
  • Mitchell Lama Rule Amendments (HPD) – Rule takes effect Friday, September 13 … read more
  • Required Disclosures Of Short-Term Rental Transactions By Booking Services (MAYOR) – Rule takes effect Friday, September 6 … read more
  • Commission on Human Rights Rules of Practice (CCHR) – Rule takes effect Thursday, September 5 … read more
  • Parking Violations Cross References defined in Rule 39-05 (DOF) – Rule takes effect Saturday, August 31 … read more
  • Inmate Rule Book (DOC) – Rule takes effect Saturday, August 31 … read more
  • Injury Reporting in City Jails (BOC) – Rule takes effect Wednesday, August 21 … read more

To learn more about these and other recent rulemaking actions, please visit the NYC Rules website https://rules.cityofnewyork.us/ . You may also find agency rules in daily editions of the City Record.

NYC Rules Updates ~ Thursday, June 13, 2019

(NYC RULES) June 16, 2019

The following NYC Rules update includes: (1) all City agency proposed rules that remain open for written public comment, (2) adopted rules that took effect during the previous week, (3) adopted rules soon taking effect. Please visit the NYC Rules website to read agency rules, submit comments on proposed rules, and learn about the rulemaking process.Proposed Rules Open for Written Public Comment

  • The Fine for Failure to Remove Canine Waste from a Public Area (Chapter 7 of Title 24 of the RCNY) (DOHMH) – Comments must be posted by Monday, July 15 … read more
  • Registration of Labor Organizations Representing Trade Waste Workers and Display and Distribution of Workers’ Rights Information (BIC) – Comments must be posted by Monday, July 8 … read more
  • NYC Parks Proposed Rule Governing the Operation of Department Marinas (DPR) – Comments must be posted by Monday, July 8 … read more
  • COIB Proposed Rule Regarding Legal Defense Trusts (COIB) – Comments must be posted by Monday, July 1 … read more
  • Parking Violations Cross References defined in Rule 39-05 (DOF) – Comments must be posted by Monday, July 1 … read more
  • Amendment of Health Care Minimum Standards (Patient Confidentiality and Injury Reporting Requirements) (BOC) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, June 20 … read more
  • NYC Rent Guidelines Board Proposed Guidelines 2019 (RGB) – Comments must be posted by Friday, June 21 … read more
  • NYC Rent Guidelines Board Proposed Guidelines 2019 (RGB) – Comments must be posted by Friday, June 21 … read more
  • Amendment of Inmate Rule Book (DOC) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, June 13 … read more

Adopted Rules That Took Effect During the Previous Week

  • DOT Notice of Adoption Amending Traffic Rules–Placards (DOT) – Rule took effect Wednesday, June 12 … read more
  • Fines for the Misuse and Fraudulent Use of Agency Parking Permits (DOF) – Rule took effect Wednesday, June 12 …read more

Adopted Rules Soon Taking Effect

  • Rules for Recreational Use of Water Supply Lands and Waters.  (DEP) – Rule takes effect Sunday, June 30 … read more
  • Amendment of Rules Governing Electrical Work (DOB) – Rule takes effect Thursday, July 11 … read more
  • FY2020 UPDATE TO MIH AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUND CONTRIBUTION SCHEDULE (HPD) – Rule takes effect Monday, July 1 … read more
  • Adopted COIB Rule Regarding Not-for-Profit Organizations Affiliated with Elected Officials  (COIB) – Rule takes effect Sunday, June 16 … read more
  • Adopted COIB Rule Regarding Official Fundraising (COIB) – Rule takes effect Sunday, June 16 … read more
  • DOT Notice of Adoption–Traffic Rules Amendment relating to Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (DOT) – Rule takes effect Monday, June 17 … read more
  • Representations of Taxpayers (DOF) – Rule takes effect Saturday, June 15 … read more

To learn more about these and other recent rulemaking actions, please visit the NYC Rules website https://rules.cityofnewyork.us/ . You may also find agency rules in daily editions of the City Record.

NYC Takes Steps For Diversity

(NEW YORK CITY COMPTROLLER) Scott M. Stringer, June 16, 2019

This week, the Charter Commission advanced a proposal to enshrine in our City’s constitution an Office of Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises led by a senior official who reports directly to the Mayor.

I want to commend the Charter Commission for seeking to move the needle on diversity in our procurement system.

But I also want to be clear: an Office of MWBEs in the City’s charter is not the end of our work. While we support every effort to improve diversity in our city, by merely enshrining an existing initiative into law, the Office of MWBEs is not enough to enact the systemic change we need.

We need real reforms to bring our city into the 21st Century and set us on a course for a brighter, more equitable future.

And that’s exactly why we need City Council legislation to put a Chief Diversity Officer in City Hall and CDOs in every agency. We need someone at the very top to be that compliance and equity watchdog – and tackle discrimination wherever it exists.

We need an office with the oversight and enforcement authority over not just MWBEs, but broadly across our city to ensure that the City’s employees and budget reflect the breadth of diversity in our city. These positions have teeth. They are armed with data and power to make change.

By conducting internal audits and assessments, CDOs would reveal inequities in our workforce and in procurement, and work closely with the Mayor and agency commissioners to implement effective programs with transparency, metrics, goals, and accountability.

There are currently chief diversity officers in Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Columbus, San Antonio, Austin, Nashville, and Buffalo. New York should not be at the back of the pack – we should be showing the way forward.

I urge the City Council to take up this legislation to enact the systemic change New Yorkers truly need to make our city a fairer place for all.

New York State Comptroller

NYC Rules Updates ~ Monday, May 20, 2019

(DOT) 5-20-2019

The following NYC Rules update includes: (1) all City agency proposed rules that remain open for written public comment, (2) adopted rules that took effect during the previous week, (3) adopted rules soon taking effect. Please visit the NYC Rules website to read agency rules, submit comments on proposed rules, and learn about the rulemaking process.Proposed Rules Open for Written Public Comment

  • NYC Rent Guidelines Board Proposed Guidelines 2019 (RGB) – Comments must be posted by Friday, June 21 … read more
  • NYC Rent Guidelines Board Proposed Guidelines 2019 (RGB) – Comments must be posted by Friday, June 21 … read more
  • OATH Proposed Procedures for Hearings Involving TLC (OATH) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, June 5 …read more
  • Amendment of Inmate Rule Book (DOC) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, June 13 … read more
  • Amendment of Rules Governing Auctioneers and Auction Houses (DCA) – Comments must be posted by Monday, June 3 … read more
  • 3RCNY 608-01 Outdoor Stationary Storage Battery Systems (FDNY) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, May 30 … read more
  • CORRECTIONS TO THE ASBESTOS PENALTY SCHEDULE (DEP) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, June 5 … read more
  • Rule Amendment Updating the Schedule of Contribution Amounts to the Mandatory Inclusionary Housing Affordable Housing Fund (HPD) – Comments must be posted by Friday, May 24 … read more
  • Amendment of Rules Regarding Lead in Paint (Articles 11, 71, and 173 of the NYC Health Code) (DOHMH) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, May 23 … read more
  • Amendment of the General Vital Statistics Provisions Regarding Birth Records (Section 207.05 of the NYC Health Code) (DOHMH) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, May 28 … read more
  • OATH ECB Proposed Repeal of Sanitation Penalty Schedules (OATH) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, June 5 … read more
  • Cleaning Park Playground Equipment (To Add New Chapter 14 to Title 24 of the RCNY) (DOHMH) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, May 29 … read more
  • Signage in Privately Owned Public Spaces (DCP) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, May 22 … read more
  • Notice of Proposed Rules of Practice (CCHR) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, May 30 … read more
  • Amendments to Campaign Finance Program Rules  (CFB) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, June 12 … read more

NYC Rules Updates ~ Friday, April 26, 2019

(NYC RULES) April 26, 2019

The following NYC Rules update includes: (1) all City agency proposed rules that remain open for written public comment, (2) adopted rules that took effect during the previous week, (3) adopted rules soon taking effect. Please visit the NYC Rules website to read agency rules, submit comments on proposed rules, and learn about the rulemaking process.Proposed Rules Open for Written Public Comment

  • Rule Amendment Updating the Schedule of Contribution Amounts to the Mandatory Inclusionary Housing Affordable Housing Fund (HPD) – Comments must be posted by Friday, May 24 … read more
  • Amendment of Rules Regarding Lead in Paint (Articles 11, 71, and 173 of the NYC Health Code) (DOHMH) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, May 23 … read more
  • Amendment of the General Vital Statistics Provisions Regarding Birth Records (Section 207.05 of the NYC Health Code) (DOHMH) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, May 28 … read more
  • OATH ECB Proposed Repeal of Sanitation Penalty Schedules (OATH) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, June 5 … read more
  • Cleaning Park Playground Equipment (To Add New Chapter 14 to Title 24 of the RCNY) (DOHMH) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, May 29 … read more
  • Signage in Privately Owned Public Spaces (DCP) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, May 22 … read more
  • Amendment to Premise Handgun License Rules (NYPD) – Comments must be posted by Friday, May 17 … read more
  • Notice of Proposed Rules of Practice (CCHR) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, May 30 … read more
  • Monetary Increase for Failure to File RPIE (DOF) – Comments must be posted by Friday, May 10 … read more
  • Amendments to Campaign Finance Program Rules  (CFB) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, June 12 … read more
  • Amendment of Rules Governing Tax Preparers (DCA) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, May 9 … read more
  • Regulation of drilling (DEP) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, May 1 … read more
  • DOT Proposed Double Parking Rule (DOT) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, May 1 … read more

Adopted Rules That Took Effect During the Previous Week

  • Notice of Adoption of Amendments to the Brownfield Incentive Grant Program (MAYOR) – Rule took effect Sunday, April 21 … read more

Adopted Rules Soon Taking Effect

  • Repeal and Reenact Radiation Control Rule (Article 175 of the NYC Health Code) (DOHMH) – Rule takes effect Friday, May 24 … read more
  • Abatement for residential real property held in cooperative or condominium (DOF) – Rule takes effect Sunday, May 19 … read more
  • Amendment of Bail Bond Disclosure Requirements (DCA) – Rule takes effect Saturday, May 11 … read more
  • Repeal of Outdated BSA Rules and Reorganization of Building Design Rules (FDNY) – Rule takes effect Sunday, May 5 … read more

To learn more about these and other recent rulemaking actions, please visit the NYC Rules website https://rules.cityofnewyork.us/ . You may also find agency rules in daily editions of the City Record.

NYC Rules Updates ~ Monday, March 25, 2019

(NYC RULES) March 25, 2019

The following NYC Rules update includes: (1) all City agency proposed rules that remain open for written public comment, (2) adopted rules that took effect during the previous week, (3) adopted rules soon taking effect. Please visit the NYC Rules website to read agency rules, submit comments on proposed rules, and learn about the rulemaking process.Proposed Rules Open for Written Public Comment

  • OATH Proposed Rule Amending Chapter 7 concerning its community service program (OATH) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, April 23 … read more
  • COIB Proposed Rule Regarding Official Fundraising (COIB) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, April 23 … read more
  • COIB Proposed Rule Regarding Not-for-Profit Organizations Affiliated with Elected Officials (COIB) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, April 23 … read more
  • DOT Notice of Public Hearing and Opportunity to Comment on Proposed Traffic Rules–Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (DOT) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, April 16 … read more
  • DOT Notice of Public Hearing – Access-A-Ride Vehicles Proposed Rule (DOT) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, April 11 … read more
  • Deceptive Advertising by For-Profit Educational Institutions (DCA) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, April 4 …read more
  • Amendment of Bail Bond Disclosure Requirements (DCA) – Comments must be posted by Friday, March 29 … read more
  • Mitchell Lama Rule Amendments (HPD) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, March 27 … read more

Adopted Rules That Took Effect During the Previous Week

  • Prohibition of Injurious Behavior Towards Agency Employees (DCA) – Rule took effect Monday, March 18 … read more

Adopted Rules Soon Taking Effect

  • Notice of Adoption of Amendments to the Brownfield Incentive Grant Program (MAYOR) – Rule takes effect Sunday, April 21 … read more
  • Promulgation of Right to Know Penalty Schedule.  (DEP) – Rule takes effect Friday, April 5 … read more
  • Notice of mold remediation work (DEP) – Rule takes effect Thursday, April 18 … read more
  • DOT Highway Rules – 2018 updates (DOT) – Rule takes effect Friday, April 5 … read more
  • Amendment of Rules Governing Employment Agencies (DCA) – Rule takes effect Friday, March 29 … read more

To learn more about these and other recent rulemaking actions, please visit the NYC Rules website https://rules.cityofnewyork.us/ . You may also find agency rules in daily editions of the City Record.

NYC Rules Updates ~ Sunday, March 17, 2019

(CITY OF NEW YORK) March 17, 2019

The following NYC Rules update includes: (1) all City agency proposed rules that remain open for written public comment, (2) adopted rules that took effect during the previous week, (3) adopted rules soon taking effect. Please visit the NYC Rules website to read agency rules, submit comments on proposed rules, and learn about the rulemaking process.Proposed Rules Open for Written Public Comment

  • DOT Notice of Public Hearing and Opportunity to Comment on Proposed Traffic Rules–Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (DOT) – Comments must be posted by Tuesday, April 16 … read more
  • DOT Notice of Public Hearing – Access-A-Ride Vehicles Proposed Rule (DOT) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, April 11 … read more
  • Deceptive Advertising by For-Profit Educational Institutions (DCA) – Comments must be posted by Thursday, April 4 …read more
  • Amendment of Bail Bond Disclosure Requirements (DCA) – Comments must be posted by Friday, March 29 … read more
  • Mitchell Lama Rule Amendments (HPD) – Comments must be posted by Wednesday, March 27 … read more

Adopted Rules That Took Effect During the Previous Week

  • RPTL421-a Prevailing Wages for Building Service Workers Affordability Exception Amendment (HPD) – Rule took effect Wednesday, March 13 … read more
  • COIB Adopted Rule Regarding Work for Not-for-Profit Entities  (COIB) – Rule took effect Sunday, March 10 … read more

Adopted Rules Soon Taking Effect

  • Promulgation of Right to Know Penalty Schedule.  (DEP) – Rule takes effect Friday, April 5 … read more
  • DOT Highway Rules – 2018 updates (DOT) – Rule takes effect Friday, April 5 … read more
  • Amendment of Rules Governing Employment Agencies (DCA) – Rule takes effect Friday, March 29 … read more
  • Prohibition of Injurious Behavior Towards Agency Employees (DCA) – Rule takes effect Monday, March 18 … read more

To learn more about these and other recent rulemaking actions, please visit the NYC Rules website https://rules.cityofnewyork.us/ . You may also find agency rules in daily editions of the City Record.

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