So basically neither Senator Latimer nor Senator Stewart-Cousins support even the weak teacher evaluations put into the budget?
Not surprising considering the amount of support they each get from the teacher's union. But ask yourself, would this route be good? I really doubt it and its designed to keep things the same.
I don't understand how anyone could vote for either of these 2.
“The following scenario is what happened” here in Dobbs Ferry
Person A: The owner of a rent stabilized building
Person B: Contractor for person A
Person C: New York State Division of Housing (DHCR)
Person D: The tenant of person A’s rent stabilized building
Person (A) goes to person (B) and says I want to improve my building with 1 million dollars’ worth of work but I want you to draw up the contract to say 2 million dollars. Person (A) & (B) sign a contract for 2 million dollars and the work is done. Person (B) gives person (A) a signed letter of completion and a paid in full letter.
Person (A) takes the singed contract, letter of completion and a paid in full letter to person (C). Person (C) reviews the contract, letter of completion and the paid in full letter and signs off on the paper work. And now sends a letter to person (D) saying here’s your new rent increase of $50.00 per room.
Now person (A); just has to send in a signed contract, letter of completion and a letter from the contractor that stated he’s paid in full and does not have to justify the 2 million dollar amount that person (D) says the 2 million dollars is over billed by 1 million dollars, and proved it.
Now person (D) has a 4 room apartment and based on the 15% allowed it’s a $200.00 increase plus an additional $200.00 a month in retroactive money to pay off the $8,000.00 in back rent for the improvement that was over billed, that person (A) does not have to prove based on policy statement 90-10.
I guess one can say this is legal fraud this happened to a complex here in Dobbs Ferry and I have the paper work to back it up.
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