Report on audit including the total number of audits conducted;2. The percentage of certifications of correction audited;3. The percentage of audited certifications of correction found to have been false; 4. For audited certifications of correction found to have been false, the total amount of civil
Report including (i) the number of complaints received disaggregated by building; (ii) the average time taken to respond to complaints; (iii) the number of monitored occupied multiple dwellings with valid permits for alteration or addition as described in section 28-103.26.2; (iv) the number [...]
This quarterly report has been prepared pursuant to Local Law 161 of 2017 and covers the fourth quarter of 2020. The report contains the number of complaints received by the Office of the Tenant Advocate (OTA) and a description of such complaints and effort made by the office to outreach to tenants
The report contains information on the number of accidents at construction sites, which are incidents where there has been an injury or fatality, occurring on a construction site (with or without work permit) or caused by construction activity on an adjoining site.
This report is the product of the Task Force established by Local Law 28 of 2019. The Local Law was approved by the New York City Council in 2019 in response to a substantial increase in the number of complaints filed against illegal accessory signs in 2018, which resulted un the issuance of fines.
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 quarterly report has been prepared pursuant to Local Law 161 of 2017 and covers the third quarter of 2020. Reporting the number of complaints received by the OTA and a description of such complaints, and other activities of the office including communication efforts with tenants.
The Climate Resiliency Guidelines provide step-by-step instructions to go beyond building code and standards, which are informed with historic climate data by also looking to specific, forward-looking climate data for use in the design of City facilities.