Saturday, October 15, 2011
High tech system to help developers
From the NY Post:
The city yesterday revealed a new, high-tech system that will cut in half the time it takes building developers to get approval for their plans.
Architects and engineers can now submit their plans in digital form and discuss them via video-conference with officials from the Buildings Department and other agencies.
“This is night and day in terms of how we’ve been functioning,” said Steve Spinola, president of the Real Estate Board of New York.
In the past, repeated meetings were needed to get plans approved, and, sometimes, three weeks could pass between one meeting and another.
“People keep saying, ‘What are you doing in a third term?’” said Mayor Bloomberg. “It’s this kind of stuff that is going to go on for a very long time.”
Thanks for the warning.
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:23 AM
Labels: architects, Bloomberg, blueprints, Department of Buildings, developers, engineers
where is the "HIGH TECH SYSTEM" for getting into home conversion violator's houses ? and also to collect the violation fines that remained unpaid for years ?
Really ...more shit for developers....who cares.... i hope it gets a virus...
OH JOY!!!!! Praise the Lord builders can now build their illegal crap faster now. NYC is saved.
Is that his way of announcing that he's going for a fourth term?
If he goes for a fourth term all you morons will re elect him!
I hope some savvy hacker is out there working on a big fat spiky doomsday computer worm to crawl up Bloomberg's ass!
Is it going to cost us $100's of millions of dollars to do this like the City Time BS?
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