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  • Critics say its time NY ends 1885 Scaffold Law

    08/31/2013 12:43:50 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 14 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Aug 31, 2013 3:20 PM EDT | Michael Gormley
    Years before skyscrapers, when New York Citys tallest building was still the 281-foot spire of Wall Streets historic Trinity Church, state lawmakers passed the Scaffold Law, which made property owners and contractors liable for most gravity-related injuries to workers on construction sites. Some New York government agencies and contractors say the cost of the insurance, which can often be double that of other states, is hitting a crisis point that could soon suspend work on bridges, schools and the recovery from Superstorm Sandy.It increases the cost of doing business and decreases what we are capable of doing in New...
  • New Yorks Birth Date: Dont Go by Citys Seal

    07/14/2008 3:49:35 AM PDT · by Pharmboy · 20 replies · 1,765+ views
    NY Times ^ | July 14, 2008 | SAM ROBERTS
    For decades, the proud seal of New York City, with its depiction of a sailor and a Manhattan Indian, of beavers and flour barrels and the sails of a windmill, has celebrated 1625 as the year the city was founded. Theres just one problem: Most historians say the year has hardly any historical significance. The first settlers arrived in what would become part of New York City on a Dutch ship as early as 1623; some say 1624. The Dutch purchased Manhattan in 1626. The first charter was granted in 1653. And the most notable event of 1625? Dutch settlers...