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Enactment date: 8/28/2020
Int. No. 1609-A
By Council Members Torres, Brannan, Lander, Chin, Ayala, Koslowitz, Adams, Louis, Levine, Powers, Rosenthal, Cabrera, Richards, Gibson, Salamanca, Kallos, Vallone and Barron (by request of the Mayor)
A Local Law to amend the charter and administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to changing the name of the Department of Consumer Affairs to the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection, and to repeal the following provisions of the New York city charter: section 20-a in relation to the office of labor standards; section 2204, in relation to the consumers council; and also to repeal the following provisions of the administrative code of the city of New York: subdivision b of section 20-9016 of chapter 1 of title 20-A in relation to hearings concerning shipboard gambling; subchapter 4 of chapter 2 of title 20 of the administrative code of the city of New York in relation to licenses for maintaining a billiard or pocket billiard room; section 20-526 of chapter 2 of title 20 in relation to the tow advisory board and other incidental technical amendments
Be it enacted by the Council as follows:
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[Consolidated provisions are not included in this Appendix A]
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§ 128. Any reference to the department of consumer affairs, in any format or context, shall be deemed to be a reference to the department of consumer and worker protection.
§ 129. This local law takes effect immediately; provided that the amendments to sections 20-1301 through 20-1304, and sections 20-1307 through 20-1310 of the administrative code of the city of New York made by sections 101 through 108 of this local law, shall not affect the expiration of such sections pursuant to local law 98 for the year 2017 and shall expire therewith.