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File #: SLR 0028-2005    Version: * Name: AN ACT, reporting structural problems to DOB and penalties for noncompliance by licensed engineers (A.777)
Type: SLR Status: Filed
Committee: Committee on State and Federal Legislation
On agenda: 3/23/2005
Enactment date: Law number:
Title: State Legislation Resolution requesting the New York State Legislature to pass a bill introduced by Assembly Member Stringer A.777, “An ACT to amend the administrative code of the city of New York and the education law, in relation to reporting certain structural problems to the New York City Department of Buildings and penalties for noncompliance by licensed engineers.”
Sponsors: Joel Rivera, John C. Liu
Council Member Sponsors: 2

State Legislation Resolution No. 28

 

State Legislation Resolution requesting the New York State Legislature to pass a bill introduced by Assembly Member Stringer A.777, “An ACT to amend the administrative code of the city of New York and the education law, in relation to reporting certain structural problems to the New York City Department of Buildings and penalties for noncompliance by licensed engineers.”

 

By Council Members Rivera and Liu

 

Whereas a bill has been introduced in the New York State Legislature by Assembly Member Stringer A.777, “AN ACT to amend the administrative code of the city of New York and the education law, in relation to reporting certain structural problems to the New York City Department of Buildings and penalties for noncompliance by licensed engineers”; and

 

Whereas, the enactment of the above State Legislation requires the concurrence of the Council of the City of New York as the local legislative body; now, therefore be it

 

Resolved, that the Council of the City of New York, in accordance with the provisions of Section 2 of the Article 9 of the Constitution of the State of New York, does hereby request the New York State Legislature to enact into law the aforesaid pending bill.

 

                     Referred to the Committee on State and Federal Legislation