In: NYC Property Management
When Local Law 152 of 2016 for periodic gas testing came out in 2016 all of us in the property management world were not sure how it would be set up, tracked and enforced by the city. Recently, we gained a lot more clarity to which buildings are subject to the testing in certain years and what the testing entails. (more…)
Pursuant to a new New York State regulation, Board Members belonging to all Cooperative and Condominium Associations will be required to provide an annual report to the members of your cooperative or association containing information on any contracts made, entered into, or otherwise voted on by the Board that were considered a related party transaction; such as a director with an interest in the company or a relative of the director with an interest in the company that a contract has been entered into with.
August 9, 2017
New York City Heating Regulations – Local Law 86 of 2017
Beginning October 1, 2017, pursuant to Local Law 86 of 2017, the regulations regarding providing heat during the nighttime hours have changed. During the Heat Season (October 1 – May 31), property owners must maintain an indoor temperature of 62 degrees inside all apartments at all times.
The former outdoor temperature trigger of 40 degrees outdoors is no longer in play and heat will now always need to be provided. This is also a 7 degree difference inside, as the old regulations provided for the landlord to provide heat to 55 degrees inside when the temperature fell below 40 degrees outside.
If the inside temperature falls below 62 degrees, tenants may file a complaint about inadequate heat with 311. Please take necessary action to ensure that your heating system will be provide heat according to the law beginning October 1st. Daytime heat must still be provided at a minimum of 68 degrees once it is below 55 degrees outside and hot water must be still be maintained at 120 degrees.