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Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments

Agency:
Comment By: 
Tuesday, July 21, 2020
Proposed Rules Content: 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Proposed Rule

 

The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings’ Environmental Control Board (OATH ECB) is proposing to repeal its Hudson River Park Trust Rules Penalty Schedule. This rule is currently found in Section 3-113 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York (RCNY).  It contains penalties for violations of Section 751 of Chapter 16 of Title 21 of the New York Code of Rules and Regulations (NYCRR).  The Hudson River Park Trust is proposing the adoption of significant portions of OATH’s Hudson River Park Trust Penalty Schedule in an amendment to Section 751 of Chapter 16 of Title 21 of the NYCRR.  

 

OATH ECB is currently in the process of repealing all penalty schedules in its rules, codified in Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the RCNY, with the intent that the penalty schedules be incorporated into the rules of the applicable agencies. This is being done because it is the agencies, not OATH ECB, that possess the rule- and policy-making authority over the laws which underlie the violations detailed in the penalty schedules. In addition, such repeals will serve OATH’s core function as an adjudicatory body, as well as help to alleviate any false public perceptions that OATH is an enforcement agency, rather than a neutral arbiter.

 

Although OATH ECB is empowered to impose penalties under the New York City Charter and has, until now, promulgated penalty schedules, the City’s regulatory and enforcement agencies have the necessary expertise to determine appropriate penalties for violations of their own rules and laws, based on the severity of each violation and its effect on City residents.  The shifting of penalty schedules from OATH ECB to the rules of the enforcement agency will also make it easier for the public to find these penalties, as they will be located within the same chapter as the agency rules that support the violations alleged in their summonses.  (Unlike previous similar rule proposals, where the penalty schedule affected was moved to the Rules of the City of New York (RCNY), pursuant to the City Administrative Procedure Act, the HRPT penalty schedule will be promulgated under the State Administrative Procedure Act and will reside in the New York Code of Rules and Regulations (NYCRR).)  Finally, the proposed rule repeal will speed up the rulemaking process by eliminating the need forOATH ECB to approve proposed or amended penalties for agency rules that have already been adopted by the City legislature and/or completed the steps required by the City Administrative Procedure Act, during which the public still has the opportunity to comment on proposed penalties.

 

Working with the City’s rulemaking agencies, the NYC Law Department, the Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget, and the Mayor’s Office of Operations conducted a retrospective review of the City’s existing rules, identifying those rules that could be repealed or modified to reduce regulatory burdens, increase equity, support small businesses, and simplify and update content to increase public understanding and compliance. OATH’s proposed rule repeal was identified as meeting the criteria for this initiative.

 

 

 

Section 1. Section 3-113 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York is REPEALED.

 

Subject: 

Proposed Repeal of OATH Hudson River Park Penalty Schedule

Location: 
Contact: 

Website:
https://nyc-oath.webex.com/nyc-oath/j.php?MTID=mb8b6eb017c93c366e3452912...
Meeting ID: 129 094 1501
Password: OATH

Telephone: 1-646-992-2010 or 1-408-418-9388.
Meeting ID: 129 094 1501

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Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Final Rule

DEP is adopting a rule to amend the City’s Stormwater Penalty Schedule in Chapter 55 of Title 15 of the Rules of the City of New York to establish that stipulations will be available for summonses issued for violations of the Stormwater Rules

The Stormwater Penalty Schedule (Title 15, Chapter 55 of the Rules of the City of New York) became effective on June 1, 2019. The Stormwater Penalty Schedule establishes penalties for violations of Title 15, Chapter 19.1 of the Rules of the City of New York (the “Stormwater Rules”, which also became effective on June 1, 2019).

Since the Stormwater Penalty Schedule went into effect, DEP has decided that the Schedule should be clarified to establish that violations of the Stormwater Rules may be settled by stipulation – meaning admission of the violation and agreement to pay a penalty. The final rule defines the term “stipulation” and establishes civil penalties to be imposed for stipulations.

A public hearing regarding the rule was held on November 6, 2019. No public comments were received regarding the rule.

The final rule is authorized by section 1043 of the Charter of the City of New York and Title 5-A of the Administrative Code.
The Rules are authorized by Section 1403 of the Charter of the City of New York and Chapter 5-A of Title 24 of the Administrative Code.

Effective Date: 
Wed, 01/08/2020

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Final Rule

OATH ECB repeals its Hazardous Materials Penalty Schedule, which contains penalties for violations of Chapter 6 of Title 24 of the Administrative Code, because the Department of Environmental Protection is adopting substantially all of the OATH ECB Penalty Schedule into a new Chapter 59 of Title 15 of the RCNY.

OATH ECB is currently in the process of repealing all penalty schedules in its rules, codified in Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the RCNY, with the intent that the penalty schedules be incorporated into the rules of the applicable agencies. This is being done because it is the agencies, not OATH ECB, that possess the rule- and policy-making authority over the laws which underlie the violations detailed in the penalty schedules. In addition, such repeals will serve OATH’s core function as an adjudicatory body, as well as help to alleviate any false public perceptions that OATH is an enforcement agency, rather than a neutral arbiter.

Although OATH ECB is empowered to impose penalties under the New York City Charter and has, until now, promulgated penalty schedules, the City’s regulatory and enforcement agencies have the necessary expertise to determine appropriate penalties for violations of their own rules and laws, based on the severity of each violation and its effect on City residents.  The shifting of penalty schedules from OATH ECB to the rules of the enforcement agency will also make it easier for the public to find these penalties, as they will be located within the same chapter as the agency rules that support the violations alleged in their summonses. Finally, the rule repeal will speed up the rulemaking process by eliminating the need for OATH ECB to approve proposed or amended penalties for agency rules that have already been adopted by the City legislature and/or completed the steps required by the City Administrative Procedure Act (CAPA), during which the public still has the opportunity to comment on proposed penalties.

Working with the City’s rulemaking agencies, the NYC Law Department, the Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget, and the Mayor’s Office of Operations conducted a retrospective review of the City’s existing rules, identifying those rules that could be repealed or modified to reduce regulatory burdens, increase equity, support small businesses, and simplify and update content to increase public understanding and compliance. OATH’s rule repeal has been identified as meeting the criteria for this initiative.

Effective Date: 
Fri, 11/29/2019

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Rule

On January 6, 2019, DEP amended its asbestos rules, which are found at Title 15, Chapter 1 of the Rules of the City of New York (RCNY). After DEP promulgated these rules, companies engaged in asbestos abatement requested several minor clarifications as follows:

• Clarify section 1-29 by specifying that only air monitoring technicians need to have their license at the work place, not all individuals;
• Clarify the requirements of section 1-36(b) as to how many air sampling technicians need to be present during sampling;
• Clarify that the requirements of section 1-42(a) regarding the placement of air samples apply to all asbestos projects, not only those that are conducted indoors;
• Change the requirements for lettering on notices to be posted under sections 1-81(a) and 1-125(a), as contractors advised that the required font sizes were impractical.

In addition, it was noted that the new Air Asbestos Penalty Schedule, found at Title 53 of Chapter 1 of the RCNY, which also became effective on January 6, 2019, had failed to carry over certain sections from the penalty schedule which had previously been located in the rules of the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings.

Finally, the rule divides the penalty schedule into three subdivisions (specifically, the RCNY, the New York State Industrial Code, and the New York City Administrative Code). No substantive change is intended with respect to the amendments made by sections six and nine of the rule other than the addition of a penalty for a violation of Administrative Code § 24-1002.

The only public comments received were from the Asbestos Workers Union (Local 78), which opposed the change concerning the number of air sampling technicians and the change in font size for required notices. After assessing the comments, DEP has decided that the changes are justified.

After the public hearing was held, it was noted that the Air Asbestos Penalty Schedule contains an outdated statutory reference regarding violations for resuming work in violation of stop-work orders. The outdated reference is corrected in the final rule.

The rule is authorized by section 1043 of the Charter of the City of New York and sections 24-105 and 24-136 of the Administrative Code.

Effective Date: 
Fri, 09/20/2019

Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments

Agency:
Comment By: 
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Proposed Rules Content: 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Proposed Rule

The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is proposing a new Chapter 59 to amend Title 15 of the Rules of the City of New York (RCNY) that would establish a penalty schedule for violations of sections 24-601 et seq. of the Administrative Code. The proposed rule is authorized by Section 1043 of the Charter of the City of New York and sections 24-610(c) and 24-611 of the Administrative Code.

The current Hazardous Substances Emergency Response Law Penalty Schedule, which is located in the rules of the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) at 48 RCNY § 3-111, will be repealed by OATH on the same day that this proposed rule takes effect.

The penalty schedule will be moved from OATH Environmental Control Board (ECB) to DEP’s rules. Although OATH ECB is empowered to impose penalties under the New York City Charter, and has until now promulgated penalty schedules, the regulatory and enforcement agencies have the necessary expertise to determine appropriate penalties for violations of the rules and of the laws within their jurisdiction based on the severity of each violation and its effect on City residents.

Moving the penalty schedule to DEP’s rules will also make it easier for the public to find the penalties.

Finally, the proposed rule relocation will speed up the rulemaking process by eliminating the need for OATH ECB approval of proposed or amended penalties for agency rules that have already been established by the legislature and/or that have already undergone the City Administrative Procedure Act (CAPA) process by the enforcement agency. The public will still have the opportunity to comment on proposed penalties during that process.

Working with the City’s rulemaking agencies, the Law Department, the Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget, and the Mayor’s Office of Operations conducted a retrospective rules review of the City’s existing rules, identifying those rules that will be repealed or modified to reduce regulatory burdens, increase equity, support small businesses, and simplify and update content to help support public understanding and compliance. The proposed repeal of 48 RCNY § 3-111 was identified as meeting the criteria for this initiative.

Subject: 

Hazardous Substances Emergency Response Penalty Schedule Proposed Rule.

Location: 
NYC Department of Environmental Protection
59-17 Junction Blvd. 19 Floor Fishbowl Conference Room
Flushing, NY 11373
Contact: 

No contact

Download Copy of Proposed Rule (.pdf): 

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

City of New York

Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings

Environmental Control Board

Notice of Promulgation of Rule

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY VESTED in the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings’ Environmental Control Board (OATH ECB) in accordance with Sections 1049-a and 1043 of the New York City Charter. Effective June 1, 2019, OATH ECB repeals its Sewer Control Penalty Schedule rule, found in Section 3-123 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York. The proposed rule repeal was published in The City Record on August 31, 2018, and a public hearing was held on October 3, 2018. 

No one attended or testified at the public hearing concerning this rule repeal and OATH did not receive any written comments. 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Final Rule

The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings’ Environmental Control Board (OATH ECB) repeals its Sewer Control Penalty Schedule rule. This schedule is found in Section 3-123 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York (RCNY). The Sewer Control Penalty Schedule contains penalties for summonses issued by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for violations of Chapter 5 of Title 24 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York and Chapter 19 of Title 15 of the RCNY. This penalty schedule provides penalties for violations relating to the construction and regulation of public sewers, including unauthorized discharge into public sewers. DEP is promulgating a related rule adding a similar Sewer Control Penalty Schedule to its rules with an effective date of June 1, 2019.

The context for this repeal is that OATH ECB is in the process of repealing all penalty schedules in its rules codified at Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the RCNY so that they can be incorporated into the rules of the agencies having rulemaking and policymaking authority over the laws underlying the violations. Such repeals will also serve OATH’s core function of adjudication and help alleviate the false public perception that OATH is an enforcement agency, rather than a neutral tribunal.

Although OATH ECB is empowered to impose penalties under the New York City Charter and has until now promulgated penalty schedules, the regulatory and enforcement agencies have the necessary expertise to determine appropriate penalties for violation of the rules and of the laws within their jurisdiction based on the severity of each violation and its effect on City residents. Moving the penalty schedule to the enforcement agency’s rules will also make it easier for the public to find the penalties, which will be located within the same chapter as the rules supporting the violations alleged in the summonses. Finally, the rule repeal will speed up the rulemaking process by eliminating the need for OATH ECB approval of proposed or amended penalties for agency rules that have already been established by the legislature and/or that have already undergone the City Administrative Procedure Act (CAPA) process by the enforcement agency.  The public will still have the opportunity to comment on proposed penalties during that process.

Working with the City’s rulemaking agencies, the Law Department, the Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget, and the Mayor’s Office of Operations conducted a retrospective rules review of the City’s existing rules, identifying those rules that could be repealed or modified to reduce regulatory burdens, increase equity, support small businesses, and simplify and update content to help support public understanding and compliance. This rule repeal was identified as meeting the criteria for this initiative.

Section 1. The Sewer Control Penalty Schedule rule, found in Section 3-123 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York, is REPEALED effective June 1, 2019.

 

Effective Date: 
Sat, 06/01/2019

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Rule

DEP has adopted a new rule, adding a new Chapter 54 of Title 15 of the (RCNY, to govern the siting and storage of hazardous substances stored in portable containers. The rule is authorized by section 1043 of the Charter of the City of New York and section 24-716(b) of the Ad Code.
The addition of this new rule requires a change to the existing Community Right-to-Know Penalty Schedule, in order to add penalties for 15 RCNY section 41-14 as specified in section 24-713(d) of the Ad Code.
The current Community Right-to-Know Law Penalty Schedule, which is located in OATH’s rules at 48 RCNY § 3-104, will be repealed by OATH on the same day that this rule takes effect.
Although OATH ECB is empowered to impose penalties under the New York City Charter and has until now promulgated penalty schedules, the regulatory and enforcement agencies have the necessary expertise to determine appropriate penalties for violations of the rules and of the laws within their jurisdiction based on the severity of each violation and its effect on City residents.
Moving the penalty schedule to DEP’s rules will also make it easier for the public to find the penalties.
Finally, the rule relocation will speed up the rulemaking process by eliminating the need for OATH ECB approval of proposed or amended penalties for agency rules that have already been established by the legislature and/or that have already undergone the City Administrative Procedure Act (CAPA) process by the enforcement agency. The public will still have the opportunity to comment on proposed penalties during that process.
Working with the City’s rulemaking agencies, the Law Department, the Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget, and the Mayor’s Office of Operations conducted a retrospective rules review of the City’s existing rules, identifying those rules that will be repealed or modified to reduce regulatory burdens, increase equity, support small businesses, and simplify and update content to help support public understanding and compliance. The repeal of 48 RCNY §3-104 was identified as meeting the criteria for this initiative.

DEP received no comments regarding the rule.

DEP’s authority for this rule is found in New York City Charter section 1043 and Section 24-713 of the New York City Administrative Code.

Effective Date: 
Fri, 04/05/2019

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

City of New York

Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings

Environmental Control Board

Notice of Promulgation of Rule

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY VESTED in the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings’ Environmental Control Board (OATH ECB) in accordance with Sections 1049-a and 1043 of the New York City Charter. OATH ECB repeals its Community Right-To-Know Penalty Schedule rule, found in Section 3-104 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York. The proposed rule repeal was published in The City Record on August 31, 2018, and a public hearing was held on October 3, 2018. 

No one attended or testified at the public hearing concerning this rule repeal and OATH did not receive any written comments. 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Final Rule

The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings’ Environmental Control Board (OATH ECB) repeals its Community Right-To-Know Penalty Schedule rule. This schedule is found in § 3-104 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York (RCNY), and it contains penalties for violations of the Community Right-To-Know Law, codified in Chapter 7 of Title 24 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York. This penalty schedule provides the penalties for violations relating to the siting and storage of hazardous substances stored in portable containers. The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is promulgating a related rule adding a similar Community Right-To-Know Penalty Schedule to Chapter 41 of Title 15 of the RCNY, including one new violation of 15 RCNY § 41-14.

The context for this repeal is that OATH ECB is in the process of repealing all penalty schedules in its rules codified at Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the RCNY so that they can be incorporated into the rules of the agencies having rulemaking and policymaking authority over the laws underlying the violations. Such repeals will also serve OATH’s core function of adjudication and help alleviate the false public perception that OATH is an enforcement agency, rather than a neutral tribunal.

Although OATH ECB is empowered to impose penalties under the New York City Charter and has until now promulgated penalty schedules, the regulatory and enforcement agencies have the necessary expertise to determine appropriate penalties for violation of the rules and of the laws within their jurisdiction based on the severity of each violation and its effect on City residents. Moving the penalty schedule to the enforcement agency’s rules will also make it easier for the public to find the penalties, which will be located within the same chapter as the rules supporting the violations alleged in the summonses. Finally, the rule repeal will speed up the rulemaking process by eliminating the need for OATH ECB approval of proposed or amended penalties for agency rules that have already been established by the legislature and/or that have already undergone the City Administrative Procedure Act (CAPA) process by the enforcement agency. The public will still have the opportunity to comment on proposed penalties during that process.

Working with the City’s rulemaking agencies, the Law Department, the Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget, and the Mayor’s Office of Operations conducted a retrospective rules review of the City’s existing rules, identifying those rules that could be repealed or modified to reduce regulatory burdens, increase equity, support small businesses, and simplify and update content to help support public understanding and compliance. This rule repeal was identified as meeting the criteria for this initiative.

Section 1. The Community Right-To-Know Penalty Schedule rule, found in Section 3-104 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York, is REPEALED.

 

 

 

 

 

Effective Date: 
Wed, 03/06/2019

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

City of New York

Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings

Environmental Control Board

Notice of Promulgation of Rule

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY VESTED in the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings’ Environmental Control Board (OATH ECB) in accordance with Sections 1049-a and 1043 of the New York City Charter. OATH ECB repeals its Landmarks Preservation Penalty Schedule in Section 3-114 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York. The proposed rule repeal was published in The City Record on February 1, 2018, and a public hearing was held on March 28, 2018. 

No one attended or testified at the public hearing concerning this rule repeal and OATH did not receive any written comments. 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Rule

The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings’ Environmental Control Board (OATH ECB) repeals its Landmarks Preservation Penalty Schedule rule.  This schedule is found in § 3-114 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York (RCNY), and it contains penalties for violations of provisions in Title 25 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York. At the same time, the Landmarks Preservation Commission adopts a comprehensive set of revisions to its own rules, which includes the addition of a penalty schedule, located in an Appendix A of Chapter 11 of Title 63 of the RCNY.

The context for this repeal is that OATH ECB is in the process of repealing all penalty schedules in its rules codified at Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the RCNY so that they can be incorporated into the rules of the agencies having rulemaking and policymaking jurisdiction over the laws underlying the violations.

Although OATH ECB is empowered to impose penalties under the New York City Charter and has until now promulgated penalty schedules, the regulatory and enforcement agencies have the necessary expertise to determine appropriate penalties for violation of the rules and of the laws within their jurisdiction based on the severity of each violation and its effect on City residents. Moving the penalty schedule will also make it easier for the public to find the penalties, which will be located within the same chapter as the rules supporting the violations alleged in the summonses. Finally, the rule repeal will speed up the rulemaking process by eliminating the need for OATH ECB approval of proposed or amended penalties for agency rules that have already been established by the legislature and/or that have already undergone the City Administrative Procedure Act (CAPA) process by the enforcement agency.  The public will still have the opportunity to comment on proposed penalties during that process.

Working with the City’s rulemaking agencies, the Law Department, the Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget, and the Mayor’s Office of Operations conducted a retrospective rules review of the City’s existing rules, identifying those rules that could be repealed or modified to reduce regulatory burdens, increase equity, support small businesses, and simplify and update content to help support public understanding and compliance. This rule repeal was identified as meeting the criteria for this initiative.

Effective Date: 
Sat, 01/19/2019

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

City of New York

Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings

Environmental Control Board

 

Notice of Promulgation of Rule

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY VESTED in the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings’ Environmental Control Board (OATH ECB) in accordance with Sections 1049-a and 1043 of the New York City Charter. OATH ECB repeals its Air Asbestos Penalty Schedule rule in Section 3-101 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York. The proposed rule repeal was published in The City Record on July 6, 2018, and a public hearing was held on August 7, 2018. 

No one attended or testified at the public hearing concerning this rule repeal and OATH did not receive any written comments. 

Statement of Basis and Purpose of Final Rule

 

The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings’ Environmental Control Board (OATH ECB) repeals its Air Asbestos Penalty Schedule rule.  This schedule is found in § 3-101 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York (RCNY), and it contains penalties for violations of provisions in Chapter 1 of Title 15 of the RCNY, Title 24 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York, and Part 56 of Title 12 of the New York Codes, Rules and Regulations. At the same time, the Department of Environmental Protection adopts a rule, adding a similar penalty schedule in Chapter 51 of Title 15 of the Rules of the City of New York.

 

The context for this repeal is that OATH ECB is in the process of repealing all penalty schedules in its rules codified at Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the RCNY so that they can be incorporated into the rules of the agencies having rulemaking and policymaking jurisdiction over the laws underlying the violations.

 

Although OATH ECB is empowered to impose penalties under the New York City Charter and has until now promulgated penalty schedules, the regulatory and enforcement agencies have the necessary expertise to determine appropriate penalties for violation of the rules and of the laws within their jurisdiction based on the severity of each violation and its effect on City residents. Moving the penalty schedule will also make it easier for the public to find the penalties, which will be located within the same chapter as the rules supporting the violations alleged in the summonses. Finally, the rule repeal will speed up the rulemaking process by eliminating the need forOATH ECB approval of proposed or amended penalties for agency rules that have already been established by the legislature and/or that have already undergone the City Administrative Procedure Act (CAPA) process by the enforcement agency.  The public will still have the opportunity to comment on proposed penalties during that process.

 

Working with the City’s rulemaking agencies, the Law Department, the Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget, and the Mayor’s Office of Operations conducted a retrospective rules review of the City’s existing rules, identifying those rules that could be repealed or modified to reduce regulatory burdens, increase equity, support small businesses, and simplify and update content to help support public understanding and compliance. This rule repeal was identified as meeting the criteria for this initiative.

 

 

Section 1. The Air Asbestos Penalty Schedule rule, found in Section 3-101 of Subchapter G of Chapter 3 of Title 48 of the Rules of the City of New York, is REPEALED.

 

Effective Date: 
Sun, 01/06/2019

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