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If their petition is approved by the Rent Board, landlords can hike rents permanently by up to 7 percent on top of the annual allowable increases.
In phone calls placed by The New York Times, several bail bond companies quoted prices that exceeded what is allowable under state law by a few hundred dollars.
There are many ways the EPA and federal regulators can continue to reduce people’s lead exposure, Lanphear said, by enforcing stricter standards on allowable levels of lead in the air, water, dust, and soil.
Councilmember Jeni Woock also discussed the idea of down-zoning many areas to lower the allowable density of future residential properties.
The 20-year sentence was the maximum allowable, the newspaper reported.
In a game against the Milwaukee Brewers last July, the umpires determined that the pine tar on Ozuna’s bat extended beyond the allowable 18 inches.
The amount of the fine is the maximum allowable under the current collective-bargaining agreement.
Charleston Williams was sentenced to the maximum allowable under a plea deal, after becoming the third defendant convicted in the boy’s death.
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