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NYC Buildings 15h
Earlier today, Commissioner La Rocca hosted a delegation from the Environmental Protection Administration of Taiwan at DOB headquarters to discuss steps New York City is taking to make our buildings more energy efficient, and how DOB enforces these rules.
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NYC Buildings 15h
DOB's Community Engagement team was out speaking directly with workers & supervisors about the upcoming deadline for Local Law 196 safety training. Workers on SST work sites will need at least 30 hours of training starting December 1, 2019.
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NYC Buildings Sep 18
The most recent NYC Mayor's Management Report shows that our modernization efforts to streamline the Department, and cut down on wait times, are working. Complaint Response Wait Times ⬇️ Development Inspection Wait Times ⬇️ Plan Exam Review Wait Times ⬇️
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NYC Mayor's Office Sep 17
Every year we release the Mayor's Management Report, and the Fiscal 2019 report has good news for New Yorkers! ⬇️Major felonies are down ⬇️New HIV diagnoses are down ⬆️Bicycle rack installation is up ⬆️4-year graduation rate is up Read the report:
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NYC Consumer and Worker Protection Sep 18
TONIGHT ! Share your on how we can better at Building Bridges: A Convening for NYC Immigrant Workers. Chat with + many amazing community orgs! Get multilingual flyer at
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NYC Buildings Sep 17
📢There are 75 days until safety training requirements go into effect on December 1, 2019. DOB's Community Engagement team is continuing their effort to get the word out to workers & supervisors, most recently . Visit for more information.
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NYC IT & Telecomm Sep 16
READ IT: 10 years of Open Data and a look ahead at the next decade! 🔟🎉💻🗺️
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NYC Buildings Sep 16
Today, DOB announced the agency has filed formal court proceedings seeking to revoke the Special Rigger license of Wlodzimierz Tomczak, whose alleged negligence led to a fatality on 8/8/19, at 311 East 50th St., Manhattan. Read more in our press release:
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NYC Buildings Sep 15
READ: DOB has filed formal court proceedings seeking to revoke the Special Rigger license of an individual whose alleged negligence led to a construction fatality earlier this year in Manhattan.
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NYC Buildings Sep 15
ICYMI: joined Buildings Commissioner La Rocca and DOB staff at a construction site in DUMBO, BK to talk about the December 1st deadline for required safety training for workers on 8,500+ SST construction sites citywide.
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NYC Buildings Sep 13
Commissioner La Rocca was on site for the announcement, to engage with workers & spread the word about the upcoming LL196 December 1st deadline. Since Monday DOB staff have visited over 500 sites. Thanks to New Line Structures and for having us.
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NYC Buildings Sep 13
Keep safe. Keep training. Keep Certified. And be on the lookout for DOB's new ad campaign, coming soon to subways, bus shelters, and 50 local and multilingual news outlets, citywide.
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NYC Buildings Sep 13
Today, Commissioner La Rocca was announced the next phase of DOB's campaign about the upcoming December 1, 2019 deadline for workers and supervisors to obtain site safety training required by Local Law 196. Read more in our press release:
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NYC Consumer and Worker Protection Sep 12
Join us + + + + many amazing community organizations on Wednesday, September 18, 6:30 p.m.–8:00 p.m. for Building Bridges: A Convening for NYC Immigrant Workers . Get our multilingual flyer at
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NYC Buildings Sep 12
DOB's Community Engagement team was out yesterday talking to workers and supervisors about the December 1st deadline for LL196 safety training requirements, as we continue our education outreach campaign. So far, our staff has visited over 120 sites citywide.
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NYC Mayor's Office Sep 11
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FDNY Sep 11
members and family attend today’s 18th Anniversary of 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony at the
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FDNY Sep 11
members remember those who made the Supreme Sacrifice 18 years ago today, and those who have died from illness related to the World Trade Center rescue and recovery efforts, at the September 11th Commemoration Ceremony at the FDNY EMS Training Academy
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Sep 11
September 11th, 2001. The darkest day in our city’s history. But it was also a moment when the world saw the courage and resilience of New York City. For those we loved and lost, for those who ran into danger, and for those who made the ultimate sacrifice, we will .
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City of New York Sep 11
HAPPENING NOW: Join us at as we mourn, honor and remember the thousands of lives we lost on this day, 18 years ago.
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