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Changes to New York State Election Law Affecting Limited Liability Company Contributions

                                    Notice to Filers Regarding
                             Changes to New York State Election Law
                        Affecting Limited Liability Company Contributions

As a result of the passage of A.776/S.1101, which was signed into law by Governor Cuomo as Chapter 4
of the Laws of 2019 on January 24, 2019, all candidates and political committees should be aware that
contributions by Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) and reporting thereof are affected as follows:

       •   LLCs are limited to an aggregate $5,000 annual contribution limit. The new law also
           provides "all contributions made to a campaign or political committee by a limited liability
           company shall be attributed to each member of the limited liability company in proportion to
           the member's ownership interest in the limited liability company." Election Law § 14-120…

Re: Stand with Brooklyn Botanic Garden in Opposing Zoning Changes


What is happening to the botanic garden could happen to us.  They are trying to override R6A zoning, to whatever they want.
Please read and sign if you agree. 
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This is zoned R6A.   If we allow cumbo & company to spot zone every single part of New York City then we'll have a hodgepodge that suits property developers and not the people of New York City
Zoning by Owner ItemHPG ASSOCIATES INCFY 2009-2010R6AFY 2010-2011R6AFY 2011-2012R6AFY 2012-2013R6AFY 2013-2014R6AFY 2014-2015R6AFY 2015-2016R6AFY 2016-2017R6AFY 2017-2018R6AFY 2018-2019R6A

Instead Of Pied-à-Terre Tax, New York Gets 'Volatile' Mansion Tax Expansion: Gothamist

City Council’s next campaign-finance ‘fix’ is a huge gift to the speaker
This is an amazing system.  We need the taxpayers to look at what's going on. 

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