The Mobile Property Tax Assessment Pilot Project is designed to evaluate the effectiveness of assessors’ use of hand-held devices to support their field activities using Windows Mobile Handheld Computers. If the building was rent stabilized before the tax benefits were applied, then the expiration of those benefits would not affect the building’s regulated status. But if the units received stabilization status as a result of its J-51 tax benefits, then whether or not the building loses rent stabilization protection would depend on whether the owner gave proper notices in the lease and each renewal.
Also see the NYC Department of Finance Property Tax Exemptions and Abatements webpage More details can also be found in DHCR Fact Sheet #41 If you have any further questions about the expiration of tax abatements contact the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR). If the building was already stabilized, the expiration of the tax benefits should not result in deregulation. They should contain language regarding the tax benefits, the approximate date of expiration of the benefits, and the fact that your unit would be destabilized when the benefits expire.
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However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. The panel also tackled the City’s annual tax lien sale , and how partnerships with city agencies and elected officials are critical to getting homeowners off the list and on to affordable payment plans. The prime source of evidence for this report were emails, going back to at least November 2003, from Stark and other Finance employees. On February 26, 2002 the NY Times reported the indictment of 18 NYC Finance tax assessors, one of which was a woman named Roberta Hand.
The tax mess from 2002 was never cleaned up and appears to have only gotten worse under her reign. Her escapades, however insane, with multitude female Finance employees are just a messy side show. In addition, the mayor has provided no evidence that he has corrected the chaos at Finance. For many years Rochelle Patricof’s husband, Allan, had worked as an administrative law judge at Finance. There was also a 1997 COIB letter dealing with this issue when Patricof became general counsel at Finance.