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ENGINEER LIED ON BUILDING APPLICATIONS

False Filings Result in Permanent Ban Department of Buildings Commissioner Chandler. Image credit: NYCC/William Alatriste Licensed PE made multiple false and negligent filings with Buildings. The ...
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MADE BILLIONS OF ILLEGAL CALLS?

FTC Obtains Court Judgments Against California-based Robocallers Who Placed Billions of Illegal Calls Aaron Michael Jones permanently banned from all telemarketing A federal district court judge in ...
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APPROVING SOUNDVIEW DEVELOPMENT

City Council Subcommittee Approves Soundview Development Including Church with Modifications East aerial view of the proposed 1755 Watson Avenue development. Image credit: Azimuth Development Zoning ...
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BUILDING ON EDGEWATER STREET

City Council Subcommittee Considering Three Building Complex on Edgewater Street Rendering of the development designed by Caliendo Architects. Image credit: V Capital Management Zoning Subcommittee ...
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LARGER LITTLE ITALY RETAIL

Council Members Critical of Proposed Amendment in Little Italy for Larger Retail Use Council Member Margaret Chin. Image credit: NYCC/William Alatriste An amendment to expand ground floor retail use ...
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JUMPED ON TRAMPOLINE SELLERS

FTC Stops False Advertising, Phony Reviews by Online Trampoline Sellers Commission alleges duo developed supposedly independent review websites, posted deceptive endorsements Two brothers have agreed ...
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CLEAN-UP & REZONING FLUSHING WATERFRONT

City Planning Wrapping Up Brownfield Recommendations in Flushing Designated study area in Flushing, Queens. Image credit: DCP City Planning presented to community board draft findings and ...
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EAST HARLEM'S TROJAN HORSE

NiLP Guest Commentary Trojan Horse entering East Harlem Disguised as "Rezoning" By Roger Hernandez, Jr. The NiLP Report (May 19, 2017) In the ancient tale Aeneid of Virgil from the time of ...
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BUILDING NEXT TO TRANSMITTER PARK

Subcommittee Hears Testimony on Development Adjacent to Transmitter Park Project site adjacent to WNYC Transmitter Park in Greenpoint. Image credit: GoogleMaps Zoning Subcommittee heard testimony on ...
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APPROVED A NEW VINEGAR HILL BUILDING

Planning Commission Approves Controversial Vinegar Hill Development Original proposed nine-story building rendered by project architectual firm, think! architecture & design. The City Planning ...
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EAST HARLEM SKYSCRAPER

City Planning Holds Hearing on Skyscraper East Harlem Development Rendering of proposed development in East Harlem, Manhattan. Image Credit: Perkins Eastman Architects The proposed rezoning would ...
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E17TH ST. PROPERTY WAS AN ILLEGAL HOTEL

Gramercy Park SRO used as Hotel Ruled Unlawful Hotel 17 located at 225 E 17th Street, Manhattan. Image credit: CityLaw Owner of eight-story building had been used as a hotel since the 1950’s. An ...
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PROTECTING BROADBAND CUSTOMERS

Acting Chairman Ohlhausen Welcomes FCC Action as Important Step to Restore FTC Consumer Protections Acting Federal Trade Commission Chairman Maureen K. Ohlhausen issued the following statement on ...
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REFACING RED-BRICK STOREHOUSE

Stuccoing of 19th-Century Governors Island Red-Brick Ordnance Storehouse Approved Rendering of proposed changes to Governors Island Building 110. Image Credit: LPC In addition to re-facing to prevent ...
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JUDGE TOOK OVER $600k IN BRIBES

Former Administrative Law Judge Pleads Guilty for Role in $550 Million Social Security Disability Fraud Scheme A former administrative law judge for the Social Security Administration (SSA) pleaded ...
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ONEIDA WANTS "HIGH DENSITY DRUG TRAFFICKING" DESIGNATION

AMIDST WHITE HOUSE PLAN TO AXE VITAL DRUG PREVENTION OFFICE THAT ONEIDA COUNTY DESPERATELY NEEDS, SCHUMER RENEWS PUSH TO DESIGNATE ONEIDA COUNTY AS A ‘HIGH INTENSITY DRUG TRAFFICKING ...
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RENOVATING THE WALDORF=ASTORIA

Comprehensive Plan for Waldorf-Astoria Renovation Approved Rendering of the Waldorf-Astoria after proposed cleaning and minor modifications. Image Credit: LPC Plan would see some small additions, ...
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MORE DEVELOPMENT ON CHARLTON STREET

SA Grants Variance for Transfer of Development Rights to Facilitate a New Charlton Street Development 104 Charlton Street, Lower Manhattan. Image Credit: GoogleMaps The transferring property was ...
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DUMPING SALTZER MEDICAL

FTC Obtains Court Approval of Divestiture of Saltzer Medical Group by Idaho-based St. Luke’s Health System A federal court has approved the divestiture of Saltzer Medical Group from Idaho-based ...
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LIMITING HOTEL TO CONDO CONVERSIONS

City Council Holds Hearing on Hotel-to-Condo Conversion Moratorium Council Member Ritchie Torres. Image credit: NYCC/William Alatriste City Council Committee heard testimony in considering an ...
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CONVERTING GROUND FLOOR INTO RETAIL USE

Planning Commission Approves Retail Use in Canal Street Ground Floor 361 Canal Street in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood. Image Credit: GoogleMaps The City Planning Commission approved the ...
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SCAMMY PERUVIAN TELEMARKETERS

FTC Obtains Court Order Halting Telemarketing Scheme that Preyed on Spanish Speaking Consumers Defendants allegedly engaged telemarketers in Peru who used deceptive and abusive tactics to sell ...
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DON'T ROLLBACK OUR PROTECTIONS

"What can you live without?" Dear Lucas, that's the question Scott Pruitt's EPA is currently asking Americans like you—of all the crucial public health protections, which do ...
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NEED TO DUMP PESTICIDES FOR MERGER

FTC Requires China National Chemical Corporation and Syngenta AG to Divest U.S. Assets as a Condition of Merger Divestitures preserve competition in U.S. markets for three types of pesticides China ...
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A DIFFERENT TUNE FOR ORGANISTS GUILD

American Guild of Organists Agrees to Eliminate Rules that Restrict Competition among Members Rules likely raised prices for consumers, complaint alleges The American Guild of Organists has agreed to ...
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