...vacating and setting aside certain revisions and amendments to Title 35...or about 1971, the City Charter was amended to create the...
In his Municipal Law column, Jeffrey D. Friedlander, first assistant corporation counsel of the City of New York, reviews briefly the city's emergency powers and discuss the Law Department's involvem
Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Milton Tingling held that although the city's Board of Health has "very broad" powers, they do not include "the authority to limit or ban a legal item under the guise
...proposal was made in the Senate to amend the commission's statutory charter, found in §§61-68 of Article 3-A of the...
...s Democratic minority and executive director of New York City's charter revision commission. Hofstra Law, which has 945 students, received 3...
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