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Definition of Minor Authorizations by the City Planning Commission and of Other Minor Decisions

Rule status: Adopted

Agency: CLERK

Effective date: March 27, 2022

Proposed Rule Full Text
City-Clerk-Proposed-Amendment-of-Lobbying-Law-Rules-Preliminarily-Certified-11-24-2021.pdf

Adopted Rule Full Text
Notice-of-Adoption-of-Amendments-to-Chapter-1-of-Title-51-of-RCNY-Lobbying-02-22-2022.pdf

Adopted rule summary:

New York City’s Lobbying Law, New York City Administrative Code § 3-211 et seq., regulates the conduct of lobbyists and their clients. The law provides that under certain circumstances architects and engineers be afforded exceptions from the reporting requirements. Pursuant to Administrative Code § 3-211(c)(3)(x), authorizations by the City Planning Commission pursuant to the zoning resolution and decisions related to real property by other boards or commissions designated as minor by the City Clerk are excluded from the reporting requirements of the lobbying law. This rule amends Chapter 1 of Title 51 of RCNY by adding a section defining what constitutes “minor” pursuant to Administrative Code § 3-211(c)(3)(x).

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