Report stating the number of notices of violation issued for engine idling violations returnable to the OATH Hearings Division (previously known as the ECB) including the total amount of penalties imposed for such notices of violations.
The Chief ALJ evaluate and issue a recommendation as to whether a limit should be placed on the civil penalties imposed for the specified violations covered under the Criminal Justice Reform Act (CJRA), taking into account whether any such penalty is disproportionate to the harm caused.
Includes information on COVID-19 Pet Response Plan, created in recognition of challenges NYC animal guardians faced as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Information on APTF, and services provided to NYC animal guardians when COVID is contracted is also available. Statistics are also available.
The Department has issued a bulletin to educate businesses of their obligation to
make single-occupant toilet rooms available for use by persons of any sex. This
bulletin includes examples of compliant signage. The number of complaints and issued violations are also reported.
The report describes that in 2020, the Department received 80 complaints. Upon inspection, the Department determined that no enforcement action was necessary with respect to 52 complaints. The Department issued 28 violations where it determined that enforcement action was necessary.
This annual report has been prepared pursuant to Local Law 196 of 2017 (“Local Law 196”), which was passed by the New York City Council on September 27, 2017 and signed by the Mayor on October 16, 2017. For safety training for workers and that supervisors at certain job sites.
During the reporting period of January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020 DOB took steps to implement Local Law 115 of 2019, but did not conduct any preliminary inspections. In order to begin conducting preliminary inspections, DOB’s application for construction document approval needed to be updated.
As this report was nearing completion in March 2020, the city’s democratic systems and processes — along with practically every aspect of daily life in New York City — were disrupted by the massive effort to slow the spread of a novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
In compliance with Local Law 146 of 2016, ACS conducts an annual survey of all youth in foster care age 13 and older, regarding their experiences in foster care. ACS submits this report with findings from the survey to the New York City Council.
NYC Child Welfare Indicators Report: These reports, in compliance with Local Law 20 of 2006 passed by the New York City Council in 2006, includes data on 12 child welfare indicators, such as staff caseloads, investigations, and reunifications, for the most recent quarter and calendar year