Presidents Co-op and Condo Council Holds Local Law 97 Town Hall Meeting in Queens

In 2019, Mayor Bill de Blasio signed Local Law 97 which set costly new carbon emissions limits on condo and co-op residential buildings.

The Presidents Co-op and Condo Council (PCCC) invites residents and stakeholders to attend a Town Hall Meeting to discuss the implications of Local Law 97 on co-op communities. The event will take place on July 26 at 6:30 pm at the Queen of Angels Parish Center, 43-18 Skillman Avenue, Sunnyside, NY.

As New York’s voice for the co-op and condo community, the PCCC is actively engaging with residents to discuss the potential economic impact of Local Law 97. The council is calling for a high turnout to show elected officials the seriousness of this legislation’s impact.

The meeting will feature key speakers from the PCCC, including Co-Presidents Warren Schreiber and Bob Friedrich, and Legal Advisor Geoffrey Mazel, Esq. This Town Hall will serve as a platform for attendees to understand the implications of the law, ask questions, and share their concerns.

The PCCC, which represents over 100,000 residents, consistently testifies before commissions at city, state, and federal levels to advocate for co-op and condo communities’ affordability and quality of life. The Council was formed as a problem-solving think tank and forum to address the common issues faced by these communities and advocate for effective solutions.

The Co-op Local Law 97 Town Hall meeting is an important part of PCCC’s ongoing efforts to communicate and collaborate with residents and stakeholders on critical issues affecting co-op and condo communities in New York.

About PCCC:
Founded in 2007, the Presidents Co-op and Condo Council (PCCC) is New York’s voice for the co-op and condo community. It represents over 100,000 residents and engages regularly with elected officials to review legislative proposals affecting these communities. The council is a powerful advocate for the affordability and improved quality of life for New York’s co-op and condo residents.

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