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folder Elevators - ST
The 2005 -2008 Stuyvesant Town Elevator MCI. Processed in two batches of buildings, 20 in the first group and 69 in the second. The tenants lost the first group of 20 all the way through the judicial review, Article 78 process. The second group of 69 are currently in the Petition For Administrative Review stage of the DHCR Administrative Review process.
folder Repaving, Watertanks, Exterior Doors - ST (2)
The 2009 Stuyvesant Town Repaving/Resurfacing, Watertanks, and Exterior Doors MCI. 77 Stuyvesant Town buildings have the item for Doors, 11 do not. Currently in the Tenants' Answer stage of the DHCR Administrative Review process.
folder Roofs - ST
The 2004 - 2006 Stuyvesant Town Roofs MCI Application. Currently in the Petition For Administrative Review stage of the DHCR Administrative Review process.
folder TV/Security/Storage/Video Cmmd Ctr - PCV
The 2009 MCI Application for TV/Security System, Storage Card System, and Video Command Center in Peter Cooper Village. Currently in the Tenants' Answer Stage of the DHCR Administrative Review process.
folder TV/Security/Storage/Video Cmmd Ctr - ST
The 2009 MCI Application for TV/Security System, Storage Card System, and Video Command Center in Stuyvesant Town. Currently in the Tenants' Answer Stage of the DHCR Administrative Review process.
folder Video Intercoms - ST
For replacement of Intercoms in Stuyvesant Town. Buildings affected: All ST buildings. Currently in the Request for Information stage of the DHCR Administrative Review process.
folder Watertanks, Valves - PCV (1)
The 2009 Peter Cooper Village Water Tanks and Valves MCI. Currently in the Tenants' Answer stage of the DHCR Administrative Review process.
folder What is: The MCI Application Process (5)
Understanding what a MCI is. The administrative process of a Major Capital Improvement (MCI) explained.
folder What is: the Petition for Administrative Review (PAR) Process (2)
Once the Rent Administrator has ruled on a MCI application, tenants and owners use the PAR process to challenge a rent increase/decrease order. Also known as seeking administrative relief.


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document How to Represent your Building in Challenging a MCI Application Before the DHCR Rent Administrator
Background: In order for the Tenants Association's counsel to represent you in a Building Wide MCI Application at least one tenant in the building must sign an authorization form.   The form is short and can be downloaded below.  The form designates our attorney, Collins, Dobkin, and...
14 Jul, 2011 Views: 986
document I received a "Notice of Application By Owner for MCI Rent Increase" what do I do?
Background: The Notice of Application by Owner for MCI Increase (form RA-79) is the first step in the life of a MCI Application.  This notice is sent to tenants by DHCR alerting the tenant that a new MCI has been applied for by the owner.  It allows the tenant to comment on the MCI and...
13 Oct, 2010 Views: 4139
document How to Handle a Lost or Misplaced "Notice of Application by Owner for MCI Increase"
Background: The Notice of Application by Owner for MCI Increase (form RA-79) is the first step in the life of a MCI Application.  This notice is sent to tenants by DHCR alerting the tenant that a new MCI has been applied for by the owner.  It allows the tenant to comment on the MCI and...
12 Oct, 2010 Views: 1549
document I Received an "Order Granting MCI Rent Increase" from DHCR, what do I do?
Background: The Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) Rent Administrator is the first arbiter in the Major Capital Improvement (MCI) Application for a Rent Increase process.   The Rent Administrator may approve or disapprove a MCI application in whole or in part.  When the...
11 Oct, 2013 Views: 7239
document How to File a Petition for Administrative Review (PAR)
You have only 35 days from the Issue Date to file a Petition for Administrative Review challenging an Order by DHCR (Division of Housing and Community Renewal) granting Major Capital Improvement rent increase.  Please examine the Order you received from DHCR to learn how quickly you must...
14 Oct, 2013 Views: 2325