Links » NYC DOB:
What is Local Law 11/98? The NYC DOB has a webpage with a plethora of Frequently Asked Questions, and this is the link to the aforementioned question on LL11.
Local Law 11/98 Guide This NYC DOB page is the comprehensive landing page on their site for LL 11/98 information, and is technical in nature.
May 2009 - New Facade Requirements A NYC DOB May 2009 one page fact sheet on Local Law 11 Cycle 7 changes.
Where do I file my Local Law 11/98 report? This is another NYC DOB faq.
Local Law 11/98 Frequently Asked Questions These NYC DOB FAQ's are for LL11 Cycle 6, which had a sub-cycle filing window that ran from Feb 21, 2005 to Feb 21, 2007. The cycle itself will end on Feb 20, 2010. This information is also useful for understanding the current Cycle 7.
Facade Repair/Maintenance and Cycle 6 Report Deadline This is a helpful NYC DOB article issued August 2009 for Owners who failed to submit their Cycle 6 Facade Reports by the February 2007 deadline and are currently receiving penalties, and how they must submit their reports by February 20, 2010, which was the end of Cycle 6.
Sep 25, 2006 NYC DOB Local Law 11/98 Workshop Presentation A Sep 25, 2006 Local Law 11/98 Workshop Presentation. New alternative filing program for cycle 6 reports with outstanding cycle 5 SWRMP conditions.
Local Laws of the City of New York for the Year 1998 No. 11 A one page PDF document on LL11/98.
Local Laws of the City of New York for the Year 1980 No. 10 A short PDF document on Local Law 10, which is the law that preceded LL11.
Window Air Conditioner Installation Tips Simple NYC DOB tips on installing a window a/c.
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The Historic Districts Council "New York City possesses a rich and glorious history still manifest in its neighborhoods, buildings, parks and public spaces. Upon this layer of past accomplishment, the present lies in its urgent immediacy, and the future stretches forward in a continuum of hopeful betterment. The core belief of the Historic Districts Council is that preservation and enhancement of these material resources contribute to the city's health and success and can enable an ever richer future. Preserving our city's cultural and architectural heritage guides the Historic Districts Council in all its actions."
RESTORE Training "RESTORE is a not-for-profit educational corporation that offers a range of innovative educational programs and services related to the technology of building conservation."
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