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BUILD SAFE LIFE SAFE CONFERENCE

Construction Safety Week 2017 During Construction Safety Week (May 1-7), Department staff will visit construction sites to promote safety during our annual multi-lingual Experience is Not Enough ...
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GO FISH! (FOR FREE!)

Governor Cuomo Announces Free Fishing Days in New York Program Kicks Off Next Weekend with Free Ice Fishing for Residents and Visitors Supports Governor Cuomo's NY Open for Fishing and Hunting ...
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ENTRAPPED BY AIR FRESHENERS?

After being pulled over for an alleged traffic violation, Dillen D. was arrested when he showed signs of intoxication. And when he later challenged an Administrative Law Judge’s decision to ...
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UNDYNAMIC DYNABUILD DEFRAUDED?

A.G. Schneiderman Announces Lawsuit Against Rochester Home Improvement Contractor For Allegedly Defrauding Consumers Suit Would Bar Owner Of Dynabuild Construction Group, Inc. From Operating Home ...
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AIRBNB'S IN TROUBLE

Airbnb accused in lawsuit of running illegal brokerage Midtown-based Parker Madison Partners is seeking class-action status November 17, 2016 06:04PM By Konrad Putzier Airbnb founders Joe Gebbia, ...
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FOXY HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR

A.G. Schneiderman Announces Temporary Restraining Order Against Home Improvement Contractor For Allegedly Scamming Consumers Phillip Fox Allegedly Collected Thousands From Elderly Victims For ...
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STOP PURCHASES OF RADIOACTIVE STUFF

EXPLOSION THAT SHOOK NYC HIGHLIGHTS REAL RISK OF A ‘DIRTY BOMB’ IN NYC; SHOCKING FED REPORT SHOWS HOW ALMOST ANYONE CAN USE LOOPHOLE TO PURCHASE RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL REQUIRED TO CARRY OUT ...
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ARRESTED 411 KIDS FOR DRINKING

Governor Cuomo Announces Results of Underage Drinking Crackdown at Summer Concerts Hundreds of Arrests and ID Confiscations During Targeted Enforcement Actions Operation Prevent Sweeps Deter Underage ...
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ENDING MISUSE OF A SPECIAL PERMIT

Brooklyn Community District 10’s Proposed Amendment to Special Permit Provision [UPDATE: City Planning Approves Amendment] An example of a residence enlarged pursuant to a BSA-approved ...
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LOOKING @ LICENSING OF SAFETY PROFESSIONALS

Comptroller Finds Buildings Needs to Improve the Site Safety Professional Licensing Process NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer. Image credit: Office of the New York City Comptroller On June 30, 2016, New ...
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FACIAL RECOGNITION'S GETTING THEM ARRESTED

Governor Cuomo Announces More Than 100 Arrests Since Major Enhancement to DMV's Facial Recognition Technology Program Solidifies New York as a National Leader in Use of Facial Recognition ...
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LET NURSES DO MORE

FTC Staff Supports Department of Veterans Affairs Proposed Rule To Grant Full Practice Authority to Advanced Practice Registered Nurses Federal Trade Commission staff submitted written comments ...
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SCAMMED THE UNEMPLOYED

A.G. Schneiderman Announces Lawsuit Against Alleged Unlicensed Employment Agency That Scammed Unemployed Consumers According to Complaint, The Company Posts Phony Job Listings And Makes False Promises ...
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CHRISTIAN'S CASE DISMISSED

Buildings Upheld on Crane Licenses President of the operating engineers challenged new rules on crane operator licenses. Edwin L. Christian, President and Business Manager of the International Union ...
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CLOGGING HIS DRAIN CLEANING BUSINESS

A.G. Schneiderman Obtains Court Order Barring Syracuse Contractor From Performing Any Plumbing Installation Work In Connection With His Drain Cleaning Business Robert F. Culkin, Jr. Owner Of CNY Drain ...
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ENSURING SAFE, RELIABLE CHILD CARE

Governor Cuomo Unveils Emergency Regulations to Improve Safety at Child Care Facilities in New York State Under New Regulations, State Able to Suspend or Revoke Child Care Providers’ Licenses ...
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FIGHTING ILLEGAL CONVERSIONS

New Bill by Council Member Gentile Takes Aim at Illegal Home Conversions Council Member Gentile holds rally on new illegal conversation bill. Image Credit: Council Member Gentile’s Office. ...
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POWERSTAFFING EMPOWERED DISCRIMINATION

Justice Department Settles Immigration-Related Discrimination Claim Against New Jersey Staffing Company The Justice Department recently reached an agreement with Powerstaffing Inc., a temporary ...
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STOPPING KIDS FROM DRINKING

Governor Cuomo Announces Coordinated Sweeps to Combat Underage Drinking and Fake IDs During Summer Concert Season State Agencies Partner with Law Enforcement To Prevent the Use of Fake IDs to Obtain ...
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EXPANDING NINE PIN CIDARWORKS

Governor Cuomo Announces Nine Pin Ciderworks to Expand Craft Beverage Manufacturing Operations in Albany Expansion Supports New York State’s $3.5 Billion Craft Beverage Industry Governor Andrew ...
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LET OPTOMETRISTS PRESCRIBE MEDS

Federal Antitrust Agencies Submit Joint Statement Encouraging Puerto Rico to Consider Giving Authority to Optometrists to Prescribe Medications In response to a request by Puerto Rico Representative ...
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LOOKING @ LEANDRA'S LAW

DiNapoli: Better Monitoring of "Leandra’s Law" Enforcement Needed Drunk drivers convicted of certain alcohol-related offenses are not always being reported for attempting to operate ...
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PLUMBER PUNISHED

LES Explosion, Plumber Loses License Master plumber who held the permits for the work in the buildings destroyed in an explosion found repeatedly negligent and submitted materially false documents to ...
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SMALL BUSINESSES NEED HELP

COMPTROLLER STRINGER RED TAPE COMMISSION: SMALL BUSINESSES NEED MORE HELP AND COMMUNICATION, LESS BUREAUCRACY AND DELAY FROM CITY AGENCIES Survey finds 30% of small businesses forced to wait six ...
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$2 BILLION IN FINES & FEES FOR NYC

COMPTROLLER STRINGER: CITY COLLECTED ALL-TIME HIGH $1.9 BILLION IN FINES AND FEES LAST YEAR Comprehensive analysis finds 13.3% increase in fines and fees over last four fiscal years Parking violations ...
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