MAYOR BLOOMBERG ANNOUNCES NEW TEMPORARY GUIDELINES TO SPEED HEATING OIL DELIVERIES AND BOILER REPAIRS TO ENSURE NEW YORKERS CAN HEAT HOMES AND BUSINESSES

MAYOR BLOOMBERG ANNOUNCES NEW TEMPORARY GUIDELINES TO SPEED HEATING OIL DELIVERIES AND BOILER REPAIRS TO ENSURE NEW YORKERS CAN HEAT HOMES AND BUSINESSES

New York, NY – November 9, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — Mayor Bloomberg today announced new temporary guidelines to speed heating oil deliveries and boiler repairs that will ensure New Yorkers can heat homes and businesses. As a result of Hurricane Sandy, sufficient quantities of the low sulfur oil required by New York City law have been harder to obtain and distribute. To ensure that New Yorkers have access to heating fuel, the City has temporarily suspended the sulfur limits, which will allow the use of oils with higher sulfur content through December 7th. The City also has streamlined emergency work permits for boiler repairs and replacements to reduce the application timeline by as much as two weeks

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