Court resolves battle between New York City government bodies and a developer caught in the middle
Municipalities of all sizes have varying agencies whose determinations must be sought in the land use process. However, whether presenting before a planning board, seeking a variance from a zoning board, or satisfying the concerns of a community preservation board, a developer can get caught in the middle when municipal agencies challenge each other’s respective …
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Are the commercial properties in your municipality keeping PACE with energy efficiency?
New York State General Municipal Law Article 5-L granted authority to municipalities to offer Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing for property owners to fund energy efficiency and renewable energy projects on existing residential and commercial structures through a property owner’s voluntary agreement to have a special assessment or special tax charge placed on their …
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Subcontractors, Prevailing Wages and the Construction Fair Play Act
Jacob Amir contributed an article in Cornerstone, the semi-annual publication of the Associated General Contractors, New York State, a leading trade association representing contractors and related companies in the building and highway construction industry.