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Wednesday, November 20, 2019
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Statement of Basis and Purpose of Proposed Rule Food scraps and other organic waste make up more than one-third of all commercial waste in New York City. Diverting this material from landfills to produce soil enhancing compost, or as an energy source through aerobic and anaerobic digesters, is a key component of the City’s goal of sending zero waste to landfills. Under Local Law 146 of 2013, codified in §16-306.1 of the New York City Administrative Code, the Sanitation Commissioner must evaluate, at least annually, whether there exists sufficient regional organic waste processing capacity to require that certain food-generating businesses in the City, or a subset of them, engage in source separation of organic waste and ensure its beneficial use through composting, anaerobic digestion or other process as approved by the Commissioner. DSNY has determined that there is currently sufficient organics processing capacity available to allow for an increase in food waste diversion and thus proposes to apply the requirement to additional large food-generating businesses in the city. These businesses would be required to separate their organic waste for collection and handling either by engaging private carters, transporting organic waste themselves, or managing the waste on-site using in-vessel composting or aerobic or anaerobic digestion systems (subject to compliance with the City’s sewer discharge regulations). A designated covered establishment could also donate food to a third party (such as a charitable organization) that would otherwise be thrown away, sell or donate the food to a farmer for feedstock, or sell or donate meat by-products to a rendering company (one that converts animal fats into lard). Food disposed of through such donations or sales would not be included within the meaning of “organic waste” as defined in DSNY’s existing rules (§ 1-01 of Chapter 1 of Title 16). The proposed amendments to the existing rule provide that the following types of establishments would be “designated covered establishments” and would have to comply with the source separation, storage, labeling and set out requirements for organic waste set forth in Section 1-11 of Title 16 of the Rules of the City of New York (“Section 1-11”): 1) any building or premises where food service establishments having a total combined floor area of at least eight thousand square feet are located and where the owner of the building or premises, or its agent, arranges or contracts with a private carter for the removal of waste from food service establishments having at least eight thousand square feet of such building or premises; 2) a location at which a food preparation establishment has a floor area of at least six thousand square feet; 3) a catering establishment that is required to provide for the removal of waste pursuant to Administrative Code § 16-116 whenever the anticipated attendance for any particular event is greater than one hundred persons; and 4) sponsors of a temporary public event with an anticipated attendance of greater than five hundred persons per day, excluding activities conducted pursuant to a valid permit for filming, demonstration, parade, or block parties. Additionally, the proposed rule would change the criteria regarding certain covered establishments previously designated under Section 1-11 as follows: 1) a food service establishment located in a hotel having at least one hundred sleeping rooms, which would be lowered from the current requirement of one hundred fifty sleeping rooms, in addition to removing the requirement that such food service establishment operate under common ownership or control of such hotel and receive waste collection from the same private carter that services the hotel; 2) a food service establishment that has a floor area space of at least seven thousand square feet, which would be lowered from the current requirement of fifteen thousand feet; 3) a food service establishment that is part of a chain of two or more locations in New York City, which have a combined floor area of at least eight thousand square feet and that (i) operate under common ownership or control; (ii) are individually franchised outlets of a parent business; or (iii) do business under the same corporate name, which would be lowered from the current requirement of a chain of one hundred or more locations in the City; and 4) a retail food store that has a floor area space of at least ten thousand square feet, or any retail food store that is part of a chain of three or more retail food stores that have a combined floor area space of at least ten thousand square feet, which would be lowered from the current requirement of twenty-five thousand square feet, and that operate under common ownership or control and receive waste collection from the same private carter. DSNY’s authority to promulgate these rules is found in New York City Charter §§ 753 and 1043, and Administrative Code § 6-306.1.

Subject: 

Proposed Expansion of Organic Waste Source Separation Program

Location: 
Second Floor Auditorium
125 Worth Street 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10013
Contact: 

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You can mail comments to DSNY, Bureau of Legal Affairs, 125 Worth Street, Room 710, New York, NY 10013. You can fax comments to DSNY at 212-788-3876.

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

Summary of Hotel Order No. 49


Hotel Order Number 49 provides for an allowable increase of 0% over the lawful rent actually charged and paid on September 30, 2019 for rent stabilized rooming houses, lodging houses, Class B hotels, single room occupancy buildings, and Class A residential hotels. The Order does not limit rental levels for commercial space, non-rent stabilized residential units, or transient units in hotel stabilized buildings during the guideline period. The Order also provides that for any dwelling unit in a hotel stabilized building which is voluntarily vacated by the tenant thereof, the level of rent increase governing a new tenancy shall be the same as the guideline for rent increases set forth above. 

Effective Date: 
Tue, 10/01/2019

Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments (View Public Comments Received:2)

Agency:
Comment By: 
Friday, June 21, 2019
Proposed Rules Content: 

STATEMENT OF BASIS AND PURPOSE

 

PROPOSED 2019 APARTMENT AND LOFT ORDER (#51)


The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing apartment units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

 

The Rent Guidelines Board is also authorized to promulgate rent guidelines for loft units subject to Section 286 subdivision 7 of the Multiple Dwelling Law. The purpose of the loft guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in the Legislative Findings of Article 7-C of the Multiple Dwelling Law (Section 280).


PROPOSED 2019 HOTEL ORDER (#49)


The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing hotel units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

Subject: 

Pursuant to Section 1043 of the City Charter and the hearing requirements of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, (Section 26-510(h) N.Y.C. Administrative Code) a public hearing on the proposed guidelines shall be held in Manhattan. This is the fourth of four hearings. Additional hearings will be held in the Bronx on 6/11/19 from 5pm to 8pm; Brooklyn on 6/13/19 from 5pm to 8pm; and Queens on 6/18/19 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm.

Location: 
Oberia D. Dempsey Multi Service Center - Auditorium
127 West 127th Street
New York, NY 10027
Contact: 

Anyone who wants to comment on the proposed rule at a public hearing must sign up to speak. You can sign up before the hearing by calling 212-669-7480 and press 0 to register by 12:00pm the business day prior to the hearing. You can also register at the hearing locations from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM on June 11,13 and 20 and from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM on June 18.

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

Agency:
Comment By: 
Friday, June 21, 2019
Proposed Rules Content: 

STATEMENT OF BASIS AND PURPOSE

 

PROPOSED 2019 APARTMENT AND LOFT ORDER (#51)


The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing apartment units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

 

The Rent Guidelines Board is also authorized to promulgate rent guidelines for loft units subject to Section 286 subdivision 7 of the Multiple Dwelling Law. The purpose of the loft guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in the Legislative Findings of Article 7-C of the Multiple Dwelling Law (Section 280).


PROPOSED 2019 HOTEL ORDER (#49)


The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing hotel units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

Subject: 

Pursuant to Section 1043 of the City Charter and the hearing requirements of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, (Section 26-510(h) N.Y.C. Administrative Code) a public hearing on the proposed guidelines shall be held in the Bronx. This is the first of four hearings. Additional hearings will be held in Brooklyn on 6/13/19 from 5pm to 8pm; Queens on 6/18/19 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm; and Manhattan on 6/20/19 from 5pm to 8pm.

Location: 
Main Theatre of Hostos Community College/CUNY
450 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10451
Contact: 

Anyone who wants to comment on the proposed rule at a public hearing must sign up to speak. You can sign up before the hearing by calling 212-669-7480 and press 0 to register by 12:00pm the business day prior to the hearing. You can also register at the hearing locations from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM on June 11,13 and 20 and from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM on June 18.

Download Copy of Proposed Rule (.pdf): 

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

Summary of Hotel Order No. 48


Hotel Order Number 48 provides for an allowable increase of 0% over the lawful rent actually charged and paid on September 30, 2018 for rent stabilized rooming houses, lodging houses, Class B hotels, single room occupancy buildings, and Class A residential hotels. The Order does not limit rental levels for commercial space, non-rent stabilized residential units, or transient units in hotel stabilized buildings during the guideline period. The Order also provides that for any dwelling unit in a hotel stabilized building which is voluntarily vacated by the tenant thereof, the level of rent increase governing a new tenancy shall be the same as the guideline for rent increases set forth above. 

Effective Date: 
Mon, 10/01/2018

Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments (View Public Comments Received:5)

Agency:
Comment By: 
Friday, June 22, 2018
Proposed Rules Content: 

STATEMENT OF BASIS AND PURPOSE

 

PROPOSED 2018 APARTMENT AND LOFT ORDER (#50)


The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing apartment units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

 

The Rent Guidelines Board is also authorized to promulgate rent guidelines for loft units subject to Section 286 subdivision 7 of the Multiple Dwelling Law. The purpose of the loft guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in the Legislative Findings of Article 7-C of the Multiple Dwelling Law (Section 280).


PROPOSED 2018 HOTEL ORDER (#48)


The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing hotel units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

Subject: 

Pursuant to Section 1043 of the City Charter and the hearing requirements of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, (Section 26-510(h) N.Y.C. Administrative Code) a public hearing on the proposed guidelines shall be held in Lower Manhattan. This is the fourth of five hearings. Additional hearings will be held in Queens on 6/7/18 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm; the Bronx on 6/11/18 from 5pm to 8pm; Brooklyn on 6/13/18 from 5pm to 8pm; and Upper Manhattan on 6/21/18 from 5pm to 8pm.

Location: 
Great Hall at Cooper Union
7 East 7th Street At corner of 3rd Ave (basement)
New York, NY 10003
Contact: 

Anyone who wants to comment on the proposed rule at a public hearing must sign up to speak. You can sign up before the hearing by calling 212-669-7480 and press 0 to register.

Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments

Agency:
Comment By: 
Friday, June 22, 2018
Proposed Rules Content: 

STATEMENT OF BASIS AND PURPOSE

 

PROPOSED 2018 APARTMENT AND LOFT ORDER (#50)


The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing apartment units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

 

The Rent Guidelines Board is also authorized to promulgate rent guidelines for loft units subject to Section 286 subdivision 7 of the Multiple Dwelling Law. The purpose of the loft guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in the Legislative Findings of Article 7-C of the Multiple Dwelling Law (Section 280).


PROPOSED 2018 HOTEL ORDER (#48)


The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing hotel units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

Subject: 

Pursuant to Section 1043 of the City Charter and the hearing requirements of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, (Section 26-510(h) N.Y.C. Administrative Code) a public hearing on the proposed guidelines shall be held in Queens. This is the first of five hearings. Additional hearings will be held in the Bronx on 6/11/18 from 5pm to 8pm; Brooklyn on 6/13/18 from 5pm to 8pm; Lower Manhattan on 6/19/18 from 4pm to 8pm; and Upper Manhattan on 6/21/18 from 5pm to 8pm.

Location: 
Jamaica Performing Arts Center - Auditorium
153-10 Jamaica Avenue
Jamaica, NY 11432
Contact: 

Anyone who wants to comment on the proposed rule at a public hearing must sign up to speak. You can sign up before the hearing by calling 212-669-7480 and press 0 to register.

Adopted Rules: Closed to Comments

Adopted Rules Content: 

Summary of Hotel Order No. 47


Hotel Order Number 47 provides for an allowable increase of 0% over the lawful rent actually charged and paid on September 30, 2017 for rent stabilized rooming houses, lodging houses, Class B hotels, single room occupancy buildings, and Class A residential hotels. The Order does not limit rental levels for commercial space, non-rent stabilized residential units, or transient units in hotel stabilized buildings during the guideline period. The Order also provides that for any dwelling unit in a hotel stabilized building which is voluntarily vacated by the tenant thereof, the level of rent increase governing a new tenancy shall be the same as the guideline for rent increases set forth above. 

Effective Date: 
Sun, 10/01/2017

Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments (View Public Comments Received:5)

Agency:
Comment By: 
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Proposed Rules Content: 

STATEMENT OF BASIS AND PURPOSE

 

PROPOSED 2017 APARTMENT AND LOFT ORDER (#49)

 

 

The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing apartment units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

 

The Rent Guidelines Board is also authorized to promulgate rent guidelines for loft units subject to Section 286 subdivision 7 of the Multiple Dwelling Law. The purpose of the loft guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in the Legislative Findings of Article 7-C of the Multiple Dwelling Law (Section 280).

 

PROPOSED 2017 HOTEL ORDER (#47)

 

The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing hotel units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

Subject: 

Pursuant to Section 1043 of the City Charter and the hearing requirements of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, (Section 26-510(h) N.Y.C. Administrative Code) a public hearing on the proposed guidelines shall be held in Downtown Manhattan. This is the fourth of five hearings. Additional hearings will be held in Queens on 6/5/17 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm; Upper Manhattan on 6/8/17 from 5pm to 8pm; the Bronx on 6/12/17 from 5pm to 8pm; and Brooklyn on 6/19/17 from 5pm to 8pm.

Location: 
Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House
1 Bowling Green
New York, NY 10004
Contact: 

In relation to the public hearings, registration of speakers is required. Pre-registration of speakers is now being accepted and is advised. Those who wish to pre-register may call (212) 669-7480 and press 0 to register.

Download Copy of Proposed Rule (.pdf): 

Proposed Rules: Closed to Comments

Agency:
Comment By: 
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Proposed Rules Content: 

STATEMENT OF BASIS AND PURPOSE

 

PROPOSED 2017 APARTMENT AND LOFT ORDER (#49)

 

 

The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing apartment units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

 

The Rent Guidelines Board is also authorized to promulgate rent guidelines for loft units subject to Section 286 subdivision 7 of the Multiple Dwelling Law. The purpose of the loft guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in the Legislative Findings of Article 7-C of the Multiple Dwelling Law (Section 280).

 

PROPOSED 2017 HOTEL ORDER (#47)

 

The Rent Guidelines Board is authorized to promulgate rent guidelines governing hotel units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, and the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974, as amended. The purpose of these guidelines is to implement the public policy set forth in Findings and Declaration of Emergency of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969 (§26-501 of the N.Y.C. Administrative Code) and in the Legislative Finding contained in the Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974 (L.1974 c. 576, §4 [§2]).

Subject: 

Pursuant to Section 1043 of the City Charter and the hearing requirements of the Rent Stabilization Law of 1969, as amended, (Section 26-510(h) N.Y.C. Administrative Code) a public hearing on the proposed guidelines shall be held in Queens. This is the first of five hearings. Additional hearings will be held in Upper Manhattan on 6/8/17 from 5pm to 8pm; the Bronx on 6/12/17 from 5pm to 8pm; Lower Manhattan on 6/14/17 from 2pm to 8pm; and Brooklyn on 6/19/17 from 5pm to 8pm.

Location: 
Jamaica Performing Arts Center - Auditorium
153-10 Jamaica Avenue
Jamaica, NY 11432
Contact: 

In relation to the public hearings, registration of speakers is required. Pre-registration of speakers is now being accepted and is advised. Those who wish to pre-register may call (212) 669-7480 and press 0 to register.

Download Copy of Proposed Rule (.pdf): 

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