WHEREAS, the public safety was imperiled by a flash flood emergency caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida that flooded roads, impacted mass transit, stranded motorists, and caused widespread damage to residential and commercial buildings throughout the City, causing unsafe conditions in those buildings and imperiling health and safety; and
WHEREAS, the state of emergency to address the remnants of Hurricane Ida, first declared in Emergency Executive Order No. 230, dated September 1, 2021, and last extended by Emergency Executive Order No. 460, dated July 19, 2023, remains in effect;
NOW THEREFORE, pursuant to the powers vested in me by the laws of the State of New York and the City of New York, including but not limited to the New York Executive Law, the New York City Charter and the Administrative Code of the City of New York, and the common law authority to protect the public in the event of an emergency:
Section 1. I hereby direct that the State of Emergency declared in Emergency Executive Order No. 230, dated September 1, 2021, and extended by subsequent orders, is extended for thirty (30) days.
§ 2. I hereby direct that section 1 of Emergency Executive Order No. 478, dated August 13, 2023, is extended for five (5) days.
§ 3. This Emergency Executive Order shall take effect immediately. The State of Emergency shall remain in effect for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days or until rescinded, whichever occurs first. Additional declarations to extend the State of Emergency for additional periods not to exceed thirty (30) days shall be issued if needed.
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