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Construction groups urge Cuomo to grant moratorium on Scaffold Law as state reopens

bizjournals Friday, 19 June 2020
Business and construction groups are asking Gov. Andrew Cuomo to grant a 12-month moratorium of the Scaffold Law as the real estate industry manages the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. "In the coming months, our state will struggle to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and civil unrest. Businesses will go bankrupt, putting more strain on public services. Local governments will fail to meet their loan obligations, further increasing our chances of spiraling into a full-scale economic…
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