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Cycle 7 Amnesty Program

The NYC DOB FISP (Facade Inspection Safety Program) unit announced yesterday afternoon that they are instituting a limited time amnesty program for those that did not file 7th cycle FISP, formerly Local Law 11/98, reports prior to the February 20, 2015 deadline.

From May 1, 2015 to June 30, 2015, Owners who failed to file a FISP Report during the 7th Cycle, may file an early 8th Cycle report, regardless of the assigned sub-cycle (A, B or C).

Please note, this is not a program that accepts late Cycle 7 reports. This program allows the submission of an early Cycle 8 report to administratively close out Cycle 7 and avoid further violations and fines.

All late fees, civil penalties and ECB fines resulting from failure to file during any previous cycles must be paid by the time of filing.

As per the Department of Buildings, this is a one time amnesty and will not be considered in the future.

Please see the link below to the DOB Amnesty Announcement:

FISP Amnesty Announcement

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