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Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Final Rule

The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings’ Environmental Control Board (OATH ECB) amends subdivision a and subdivision b of section 6-19 of title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York to allow a respondent seeking to file an appeal to obtain a financial hardship waiver for restitution payments. If a respondent wishes to appeal an OATH ECB hearing decision pursuant to such section 6-19, the respondent must, in addition to meeting other requirements, indicate in writing that any fines, penalties, or restitution imposed by the hearing decision have been paid in full, unless the respondent is granted a waiver due to financial hardship, or another exception applies. Prior to this rule amendment, such a waiver could be granted with respect to the payment of fines and penalties, but not with respect to the payment of restitution. The two sections of this rule change, described below, are necessary to ensure that respondents facing financial hardship can exercise their right to an appeal regardless of the type of sanction imposed upon them by a hearing decision.

Section 1 of this rule amends clause (A) of subparagraph (iii) of paragraph 1 of subdivision a of section 6-19 of title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York to permit a respondent who has been granted a financial hardship waiver to file an appeal of an OATH ECB decision without indicating in writing that any payments of restitution imposed by the decision have been made in full. Prior to this rule change, such alternative would only be available where the decision imposed the payment of a fine or a penalty.

Section 2 of this rule amends subdivision b of section 6-19 of title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York to eliminate the restitution exception for financial hardship waivers. This amendment allows the OATH ECB Chief Administrative Law Judge, or his or her designee, to waive the requirement that a respondent indicate in writing and submit proof that the respondent has paid restitution in full prior to or at the time of filing an appeal, where the respondent has produced evidence of the respondent’s financial hardship.

Effective Date: 
Mon, 07/20/2020

Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments

Agency:
Comment By: 
Monday, June 8, 2020
Proposed Rules Content: 

 

City of New York

 

Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings

 

 

Notice of Public Hearing and Opportunity to Comment on Proposed Rules

 

What are we proposing? The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) is proposing changes to its rules expanding the availability of financial hardship waivers for respondents appealing hearing decisions imposing restitution payments. 

When and where is the Hearing? OATH will hold a public hearing on the proposed rule. The public hearing will take place from 11:00 a.m. through 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 9, 2020. The hearing will be conducted by video conference and is accessible by:   

 

·   Internet Video and Audio.  For access, visit:

https://nyc-oath.webex.com/nyc-oath/j.php?MTID=m66c351286644a6d9d5bc333d13aa5f2f

 

When prompted, enter Meeting ID:  719 567 232

             Password:     OATH

 

·    Phone.  For access, dial:  1-646-992-2010  or  1-408-418-9388. 

When prompted, enter Meeting ID:  719 567 232

 

How do I comment on the proposed rules? Anyone can comment on the proposed rules by:

 

·    Website.  You can submit comments to OATH through the NYC rules website at http://rules.cityofnewyork.us/.

 

·    Email.  You can email comments to Rules_Oath@oath.nyc.gov.

 

·    Mail.  You can mail comments to OATH, Attention: Nicholas Dietz, Assistant General Counsel, 100 Church Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10007.

 

·    Fax. You can fax comments to OATH, Attention: Nicholas Dietz, Assistant General Counsel, at (212) 361-1900.

 

·    By Speaking at the Hearing.  Anyone who wants to comment on the proposed rules at the public hearing may speak for up to three minutes.  Please access the public hearing by internet video and audio or by telephone using the instructions above.

 

Is there a deadline to submit written comments? Yes, you must submit written comments by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 9,2020.

 

Do you need assistance to participate in the hearing?  You must tell OATH if you need a reasonable accommodation of a disability at the hearing. You must tell us if you need a sign language interpreter. You can contact us by mail at 100 Church Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10007 or by telephone at (212) 436-0708 to request a reasonable accommodation. You must tell us by Monday, June 8, 2020.

 

Can I review the comments made on the proposed rule? You may go online to review the comments made online on the proposed rules by going to the NYC Rules website at http://rules.cityofnewyork.us/. Shortly after the public hearing, copies of all comments submitted online, copies of all written comments, and a summary of oral comments concerning the proposed rule will be available to the public at OATH, 66 John Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10038 and on OATH’s website at https://www1.nyc.gov/site/oath/about/legal-resources-and-rule-making.page.

 

What authorizes OATH to make this rule? Section 1049(2)(a) of the New York City Charter authorizes OATH to make this proposed rule. This proposed rule was not included in OATH’s regulatory agenda for this Fiscal Year because it had not been contemplated when OATH published the agenda. 

 

Where can I find OATH’s rules? OATH’s rules can be found in Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York.

 

What rules govern the rulemaking process? OATH must meet the requirements of Section 1043 of the New York City Charter when creating or changing rules. This notice is made according to the requirements of section 1043 of the New York City Charter.

 

 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Proposed Rule

 

The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) is proposing to amend the Rules of the City of New York to allow a respondent seeking to file an appeal to obtain a financial hardship waiver for restitution payments. Currently, if a respondent wishes to appeal an OATH hearing decision pursuant to such section 6-19, the respondent must, in addition to meeting other requirements, indicate in writing that any fines, penalties, or restitution imposed by the hearing decision have been paid in full, unless the respondent is granted a waiver due to financial hardship, or another exception applies. Such a waiver may be granted with respect to the payment of fines and penalties, but not with respect to the payment of restitution. The two sections of this proposed rule change, described below, are necessary to ensure that respondents facing financial hardship can exercise their right to an appeal regardless of the type of sanction imposed upon them by a hearing decision.

Section 1 of this proposed rule would amend clause (A) of subparagraph (iii) of paragraph 1 of subdivision a of section 6-19 of title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York to permit a respondent who has been granted a financial hardship waiver to file an appeal of an OATH decision without indicating in writing that any payments of restitution imposed by the decision have been made in full. Currently, such alternatives are only available where the decision imposes the payment of a fine or a penalty.

 

Section 2 of this proposed rule would amend subdivision b of section 6-19 of title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York to eliminate the restitution exception for financial hardship waivers. This amendment would allow the OATH Chief Administrative Law Judge, or his or her designee, to waive the requirement that a respondent indicate in writing and submit proof that the respondent has paid restitution in full prior to or at the time of filing an appeal, where the respondent has produced evidence of the respondent’s financial hardship.  

Subject: 

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Location: 
Audio/Video Conference Call NY
Contact: 

OATH Rules, 212-436-0708

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Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

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Statement of Basis and Purpose of Rule

Local Law Number 53 of 2018 amended the Administrative Code by adding a new Section 24-223.1, which provides for the issuance of a stop work order when it is found that work is being performed in violation of the provisions of Section 24-222 or 24-228 or any rules promulgated thereunder.

DEP is promulgating these rules, as required by Section 24-223.1, to establish a procedure for requesting a hearing to appeal a written stop work order by amending Chapter 45 of Title 15 of the Rules of the City of New York (RCNY).

DEP is also amending Chapter 32 of Title 15 of the RCNY to add the hearing for appeal of written stop work orders provided for in the new Chapter 45 to the list of adjudicatory hearings that can be conducted by DEP.

DEP received no comments at the public hearing nor were any submitted to DEP.

Consistent with the above, DEP promulgates the following new Rule, to be found at 15 RCNY Chapter 45 and 15 RCNY Chapter 32.

The Rule is authorized by Section 1043 of the Charter and Sections 24-204 and 24-223.1 of the Administrative Code.

Effective Date: 
Wed, 10/10/2018

Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments

Agency:
Comment By: 
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Proposed Rules Content: 

City of New York

Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings

 

Notice of Public Hearing and Opportunity to Comment on Proposed Rule

 

What are we proposing? The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) proposes to repeal and restate section 6-19 of subchapter D of chapter 6, and amend section 5-04 of chapter 5 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York, concerning the appellate procedures at OATH.

 

When and where is the Hearing? OATH will hold a public hearing on the proposed rule. The public hearing will take place from 10:00 a.m. through 11:30 a.m. on September 26, 2018. The hearing will be in the OATH Conference Room located at 66 John Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10038.

 

This location has the following accessibility option(s) available: Wheelchair Accessible.

 

How do I comment on the proposed rules? Anyone can comment on the proposed rule by:

 

 

 

  • Mail.  You can mail written comments to OATH, Attention: Simone Salloum, Senior Counsel, 100 Church Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10007.

 

  • Fax. You can fax written comments to OATH, Attention: Simone Salloum, Senior Counsel, at 646-500-5742.

 

  • Hearing.  You can speak at the hearing. Anyone who wants to comment on the proposed rule at the public hearing must sign up to speak. You can sign up before the hearing by calling OATH at 212-436-0708, or you can also sign up in the hearing room before the hearing begins on September 26, 2018. You can speak for up to three (3) minutes.

 

Is there a deadline to submit written comments? You may submit written comments up to 5:00 p.m. on September 26, 2018.

 

What if I need assistance to participate in the Hearing? You must tell us if you need a reasonable accommodation of a disability at the Hearing. You must tell us if you need a sign language interpreter. You can tell us by mail at 100 Church Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10007. You may also tell us by telephone at 212-436-0708. You must tell us by September 19, 2018.

 

Can I review the comments made on the proposed rule? You can review the comments that have been submitted online by visiting the NYC rules website at http://rules.cityofnewyork.us/. A few days after the hearing, a transcript of the hearing and copies of the written comments will be available to the public at OATH, 66 John Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10038.

 

What authorizes OATH to make this rule? Section 1049(2)(a) of the New York City Charter (“City Charter”) authorizes OATH to make this proposed rule. This proposed rule was included in OATH’s regulatory agenda for this Fiscal Year.

 

Where can I find OATH’s rules? OATH’s rules are in Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York.

 

What rules govern the rulemaking process? OATH must meet the requirements of Section 1043(b) of the City Charter when creating or changing rules. This notice is made according to the requirements of Sections 1043(b) and 1049(2)(a) of the City Charter.

 

 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Proposed Rule

 

The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (“OATH”) proposes to repeal and restate Section 6-19 of Subchapter D of Chapter 6 of the Rules of the City of New York, concerning OATH’s appellate procedures. The restated Section 6-19 clarifies the appellate procedures, simplifies the language, and re-organizes the rules to make them easier to read and understand. In addition to providing clearer appellate procedures, OATH is also proposing the following substantive changes to the rules:

 

  • A respondent who has chosen to perform community service instead of paying a monetary penalty is not required to pay the penalty as a condition to filing an appeal.  This comports with Section 7-06(a) of OATH’s rules on community service.

 

  • A party who requests an extension of time to file an appeal or respond to an appeal will be granted one automatic extension of thirty (30) days.  A request for an audio recording of the hearing will no longer provide an automatic extension of a party’s time to appeal.  After the automatic extension has been granted, any additional requests for an extension of time will be granted for good cause shown.

 

  • Additional submissions by either party on an appeal other than the appeal and response will not be considered unless requested by the Appeals Unit.

 

  • Current section 6-19(b) provides that the Appeals Unit only considers evidence that was presented to a hearing officer at the hearing. Now, upon good cause shown, the Appeals Unit may consider dispositive government records, such as a death certificate or deed to establish a material fact or defense.

 

OATH also proposes to amend section 5-04 of chapter 5 of title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York so that the requirement in section 19-506.1(c) of the New York City Administrative Code that respondents are not required to pay penalties, fines, or restitution in order to file an appeal is reflected in OATH’s rules.

 

This proposal was included in OATH’s FY 2018 and 2019 Regulatory Agendas.

Subject: 

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Location: 
10th Floor Conference Room
66 John Street 10th Floor
New York, NY 10038
Contact: 

OATH Rules, 212-436-0708

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

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Statement of Basis and Purpose of Rule

Local Law Number 38 of 2015 amended Section 24-146 of the Administrative Code, which provides for the issuance of an abatement order when it is found that work is being performed in violation of the provisions of Section 24-146.

DEP is adopting these rules, as required by Section 24-146(f)(5)(iii), to establish a procedure for requesting a hearing to appeal a written abatement order as a new Chapter 45 of title 15 of the Rules of the City of New York (RCNY).

DEP is also amending Chapter 32 of title 15 of the Rules to add the hearing for appeal of written abatement orders provided for in the new Chapter 45 to the list of adjudicatory hearings that can be conducted by DEP.

In addition, Chapter 32 is being amended to simplify complex legal references and to update obsolete references, including the repeal of subdivisions (f), (g) and (h) of 15 RCNY §32-01. Subdivision (f) is being repealed because the reference to noise sensitive zones in Administrative Code § 24-229(b) was repealed as part of the revision to the Noise Pollution Control Code by Local Law 113 of 2005. Subdivision (g) is being repealed because the reference to Environmental Ratings in Administrative Code § 24-154(b) was repealed as part of the revision to the Air Pollution Control Code by Local Law 38 of 2015. Subdivision (h) is being repealed because the reference to “approved noise consultants” incorrectly referenced the Air Pollution Code, and the process to appeal a revocation as a noise consultant is already set forth accurately in 15 RCNY § 32-01(b). Finally, this rule would allow parties in Department hearings to select the option of e-mail notification of the Department’s final determination.

The Rule is authorized by Section 1043 of the Charter and sections 24-105 and 24-146 of the Administrative Code.

Effective Date: 
Mon, 03/06/2017

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

NOTICE OF RULE MAKING

 

Pursuant to the power vested in me as Commissioner of Finance by New York City Charter Code sections 26-045, 26-509 and 26-605 and sections 1043 and 1504 of the New York City Charter, I hereby promulgate the rule concerning allowing the a respondent at a New York City parking ticket appeal hearing to submit additional or new evidence in the interest of justice and upon consent of the respondent. This rule was published in the proposed form on March 16, 2016. A hearing for public comment was held on April 22, 2016.

S/S___________________________________

Jacques Jiha, Commissioner of Finance

 

 

STATEMENT OF BASIS AND PURPOSE

 

The Department of Finance’s Parking Violation Bureau adjudicates parking summonses issued in New York City. An Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) conducts a hearing and writes a decision and order that includes a finding of fact and conclusion of law after a review of all the evidence presented. If the ALJ finds the respondent guilty, the respondent can appeal the decision to an appeals panel within 30 days. Currently, the appeals panel may only review the case for errors of fact or law or jurisdictional defects in the summons and is bound by the record established at the hearing. No additional evidence may be reviewed except in the very limited circumstance where that evidence was not reasonably available at the time of the hearing.

This new rule allows the respondent to submit on appeal additional or new evidence in the interest of justice and upon consent of the respondent.

Matter underlined is new. Matter in brackets [] is to be deleted.

“Will” and “must” denote mandatory requirements and may be used interchangeably in the rules of this department unless otherwise specified or unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.

 

Amendments to Rules Relating to Parking Violations

 

§1.  Paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 39-12 of Title 19 of the Rules of the City of New York is amended to read as follows:

            (2) The Appeals Board may review the facts and the law in any matter [,] and, except in the interests of justice and upon consent of the respondent, shall not consider any evidence which was not presented to the administrative law judge. A concurring vote by two members of the Appeals Board panel will be required to make a determination on an appeal.

Effective Date: 
Fri, 06/24/2016

Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments (View Public Comments Received:1)

Agency:
Comment By: 
Friday, April 22, 2016
Proposed Rules Content: 

STATEMENT OF BASIS AND PURPOSE

 The Department of Finance’s Parking Violation Bureau adjudicates parking summonses issued in New York City. An Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) conducts a hearing and writes a decision and order that includes a finding of fact and conclusion of law after a review of all the evidence presented. If the ALJ finds the respondent guilty, the respondent can appeal the decision to an appeals panel within 30 days. Currently, the appeals panel may only review the case for errors of fact or law or jurisdictional defects in the summons and is bound by the record established at the hearing. No additional evidence may be reviewed except in the very limited circumstance where that evidence was not reasonably available at the time of the hearing.

These proposed new rules seek to allow the respondent to submit on appeal additional or new evidence in the interest of justice and upon consent of the respondent.

Subject: 

Additional Rights Appealing a Parking Summons

Location: 
NYC Dept. of Finance Hearing Room
345 Adams Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Contact: 

Garret Rubin at:
e-mail: rubing@finance.nyc.gov
Fax: 718 403-3650 or
NYC Dept. of Finance Legal Affairs, 345 Adams Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201

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Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments

Agency:
Comment By: 
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Proposed Rules Content: 

 

 

Statement of Basis and Purpose

 

The City’s M/WBE Program, originally enacted by Local Law 129 (2005), and codified in section 1304 of the New York City Charter and section 6-129 of the Administrative Code (Ad. Code), establishes goals for participation by minority-owned business enterprises (MBEs), women-owned business enterprises (WBEs), and emerging business enterprises (EBEs) as contractors and subcontractors in the categories of construction, standard services, professional services, and goods valued under $1 million. Local Law 129 (2005) also requires the Commissioner to establish and operate, on behalf of the City, a centralized program for the certification of MBEs, WBEs and EBEs for the purposes of establishing the eligibility of such businesses for participation in the programs and processes established pursuant to local law to ensure their meaningful participation in City procurement.

 

Local Law 1 of 2013 amends these provisions by, among other things:

 

  • changing the participation goals for each of the four procurement categories (construction, standard services, professional services, and goods);

 

  • removing the million dollar cap on construction, professional services, and standard services procurements for which a City agency may establish goals;

 

  • lowering the cap from $1 million dollars to $100,000 for goods contracts for which a City agency may establish goals;

 

  • modifying defined terms and adding new defined terms;

 

  • changing the definition of “Graduate MBE and/or WBE” and “Graduate EBE” as well as adding new requirements that during the certification and recertification process, SBS determine whether a firm qualifies as a Graduate MBE, Graduate WBE or Graduate EBE and that SBS implement a process for applicable business entities to challenge such a determination as well as a process for having such a designation lifted;

 

  • adding new division requirements regarding oversight of the M/WBE Program, the provision of technical assistance and the promotion of joint ventures;

 

  • adding a new requirement that SBS perform site visits for at least 5% of new MBE and/or WBE as well as EBE certification applications in a given fiscal year; and

 

  • modifying the criteria and procedures for SBS to utilize in determining whether firms certified as MBEs and/or WBEs by other governmental entities can be recognized as certified business enterprises by the City.

 

The proposed rule amendments to Subchapters B, D and E of Chapter 11 of Title 66 of the Rules implement the above provisions of Local Law 1 of 2013 and conform to the new requirements established by Local Law.

 

In a separate, simultaneously published proposed rule, DSBS is amending the goals in Section 11-61 of Chapter 11 of Title 66 of the Rules of the City of New York to match the new goals established by Local Law 1. The intent of Local Law 1 was to set goals corresponding to the availability of MBEs or WBEs in categories where a significant disparity between availability and utilization was identified in the Disparity Data Analysis. The goal identified by the Analysis for WBEs in the professional services category was 17 percent; however, due to a legislative drafting error, the goal enacted in Local Law 1 was incorrectly listed as 37 percent. To reflect the correct goal of 17 percent for WBEs in the professional services category, the Commissioner will be exercising the authority provided under Ad. Code § 6-129(d)(4) periodically to review the availability and utilization rates for MBEs and WBEs and, where appropriate, to revise the Citywide participation goals set forth in that section. Section 6-129(d)(4) also provides that DSBS submit the results of the review and any proposed revision to the goals to the Speaker of the City Council at least 60 days prior to publishing a rule that would revise the goals. DSBS has already provided the results of the review to the Council, and, as noted above, the Council has included them in the Local Law 1 Committee Report. DSBS has notified the Speaker of the proposed rulemaking and the 60 day period has since elapsed.

 

 

Subject: 

Opportunity to comment on proposed amendments to rules concerning participation by and opportunities for minority-owned, women-owned and emerging business enterprises in City procurement.

Location: 
110 William Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10038
Contact: 

Anne Rascon
Deputy Commissioner, Division of Financial and Economic Opportunity
Department of Small Business Services
110 William Street, 2nd Floor
New York, New York 10038

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Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

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STATEMENT OF BASIS AND PURPOSE

 

Pursuant to § 282 of Article 7-C of the Multiple Dwelling Law (“Loft Law”), the Loft Board may promulgate rules to ensure compliance with the Loft Law. In June 2010, the Legislature amended the Loft Law by enacting Chapter 147 of the Laws of 2010, which, among other things, amended § 282 of the Loft Law.

 

Section 282 authorizes the Loft Board to designate the Environmental Control Board (“ECB”) to enforce violations of the Loft Law. In accordance with the terms of MDL § 282, this amendment to section 1-07.1 of Title 29 of the Rules of the City of New York clarifies that the procedures for appeal in § 1-07.1, relating to appeals from administrative determinations, do not apply to appeals from ECB determinations.

The amendments further clarify that the procedures in § 1-07.1 apply to: 1) appeals from determinations by Loft Board staff with respect to any matter that does not have to go to the full Board for a determination and 2) determinations by a Loft Board hearing officer with respect to housing maintenance standard violations under § 2-04 of these rules. Finally, the amendments include minor technical changes with respect to the procedures for filing an appeal.

 

 

Effective Date: 
Wed, 09/11/2013

Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments

Agency:
Comment By: 
Monday, September 9, 2013
Proposed Rules Content: 

 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Proposed Rule

 

On December 23, 2011 Governor Cuomo signed into law chapter 602 of the Laws of 2011, and on February 17, 2012, signed into law chapter 9 of the Laws of 2012, which amended the previous statute. This legislation allows New York City to issue up to 18,000 transferable licenses to for-hire vehicles authorizing them to pick up passengers by street hail anywhere outside Manhattan (except for the airports) and in Manhattan north of West 110th Street and north of East 96th Street. Up to 6,000 of these licenses for Street Hail Liveries can be issued in the first year of the program. Twenty percent of these licenses will be set aside for wheelchair accessible vehicles. As provided in the legislation, the TLC will make grants totaling up to $54 million available for SHL licensees who plan to purchase, or upfit, a vehicle for use as an Accessible Street Hail Livery.

 

As it moves forward to implement the program provided for in the legislation, the TLC is proposing rules that will govern the grant program. These rules provide that

 

·         Grants will be limited to $15,000.

·         Grants can be used to purchase an accessible vehicle for use as a street hail livery or have a vehicle retrofitted to be accessible.

·         Vehicles can be no more than three years old and must have fewer than 30,000 miles on the odometer.

·         The vehicle must be:

o   A pre-approved purpose-built accessible vehicle, or

o   Upfitted as part of a pre-approved package and provided by a pre-approved dealer, or

o   Otherwise approved by the TLC

·         Grants will be paid in installments over three years.

·         The TLC may withhold grant installments if it determines, among other things, that a recipient is no longer operating the vehicle as an Accessible Street Hail Livery.

 

These rules are authorized by Section 2303 of the Charter and Section 19-503 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York as well as the enabling legislation.

 

 

Subject: 

The Taxi and Limousine Commission is considering changing its rules. This change would delete sections of the TLC Rules relating to adjudications, which have been transferred to the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings pursuant to Mayoral Executive Order 148 of 2011.

Location: 
Taxi and Limousine Commission
33 Beaver Street – 22nd Floor Hearing Room
New York, NY 10004
Contact: 

Taxi and Limousine Commission, Office of Legal Affairs
33 Beaver Street – 22nd Floor
New York, New York 10004
212-676-1102
tlcrules@tlc.nyc.gov
www.nyc.gov/nycrules

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