That report was the impetus for new bills introduced Wednesday in the City Council to reform the landmark law. Owners of cooling towers are currently required to have them inspected quarterly and immediately have them cleaned if they show a certain amount of the bacteria that causes Legionnaires’ Disease. Cooling tower owners then must submit an annual report documenting the inspections and cleanings. The new law would require inspection results to be submitted to the city almost immediately after they’re received. It would also require the city to send electronic reminders to cooling tower owners of upcoming dates. The new law would allow health officials to make random inspections. It would also forbid water tower owners from cleaning their towers immediately before an inspection, which produces unreliable results. That provision would also apply to cooling tower inspections. Sean Carlson.
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New York City gyms will open up for indoor workouts on Sept. There also is still no timeline for the return of indoor dining, City Hall said. The announcement comes a few days after Gov. Andrew Cuomo cleared the way for gyms to open across New York state as early as Monday — a boon for fitness aficionados who have had their workout routines disrupted for the last five months.
Local governments must inspect each gym before or within two weeks of reopening to ensure compliance with various COVID protocol, Cuomo said. New York City had said shortly after Cuomo’s announcement that it likely wouldn’t be able to reopen its gyms by Monday.
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New York City gyms will open up for indoor workouts on Sept. There also is still no timeline for the return of indoor dining, City Hall said. The announcement comes a few days after Gov. Andrew Cuomo cleared the way for gyms to open across New York state as early as Monday — a boon for fitness aficionados who have had their workout routines disrupted for the last five months. Local governments must inspect each gym before or within two weeks of reopening to ensure compliance with various COVID protocol, Cuomo said.
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WNYC tolerated sexual harassment and bullying for years. Now, its CEO must satisfy angry staffers without sliding into an overzealous panic. For nine months, she and others in her work row had been complaining to their boss about a male co-worker who was displaying graphic porn on his computer and having phone sex over his Bluetooth. She gave the guy a verbal warning which M. A couple of days before she was summoned, M. Another of M. She says she never found out what HR was doing about it, and while there were check-ins with M.
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In an interview on WNYC, the mayor confirmed that gyms would be allowed September 10 is the proposed opening date for NYC schools, but.
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As his colleagues mourn this sudden and unexpected loss, we are sharing our best memories of Hake here and on the air. We will be adding to this tribute throughout the week, so check back for more later. I remember Richard Hake practicing this sentence in the railroad-flat of our old newsroom years ago, tucked into a corner of the 25th floor of the Municipal Building, where it was impossible not to hear what everyone was saying. The sentence was pure Richard Hake, the delight of uncovering an avant-garde trend from some hidden corner of New York, and telling it to the whole city.
Plus it was a sentence that was clever, and hard to say, requiring, as it were, cheek muscle.
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District Court Judge Vernon S. Broderick late Wednesday approved a request from former Western New York congressman Chris Collins’ legal team to delay his imprisonment for his insider trading conviction because of the coronavirus outbreak. Former congressman Chris Collins was sentenced to 26 months in prison earlier this year. Credit WNYC. Collins, 69, was sentenced to 26 months in prison on Jan. That was delayed to April 21 based on slow processing and now he won’t have to report until June That happens to be the day of the New York primary and the rescheduled election date to replace him for the remainder of his current term.
Legal papers filed Wednesday requesting the delay stated “Mr. Collins is older than 65 and has additional risk factors, which place him at a high risk of contracting and suffering severe illness from COVID if exposed to the virus.