DC 110334-RT through DC 110348-RT
                                  STATE OF NEW YORK
                      DIVISION OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY RENEWAL
                            OFFICE OF RENT ADMINISTRATION
                                     GERTZ PLAZA
                               92-31 UNION HALL STREET
                                  JAMAICA, NY 11433


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          IN THE MATTER OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE     ADMINISTRATIVE  REVIEW
          APPEALS OF                              DOCKET NOS.:   DC 110334-RT
                                                  DC 110335-RT;  DC 110336-RT;
                                                  DC 110337-RT;  DC 110338-RT;
                                                  DC 110339-RT;  DC 110340-RT;
                 VARIOUS TENANTS OF               DC 110341-RT;  DC 110342-RT;
                 GLEN OAKS VILLAGE,     DC 110343-RT;  DC 110344-RT;
                                                  DC 110345-RT;  DC 110346-RT;
                                                  DC 110347-RT;  DC 110348-RT;

                                                  RENT          ADMINISTRATOR'S
                                                 DOCKET NO.:
                                  PETITIONERS     CF 130035-OR
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          ORDER AND OPINION TERMINATING PETITIONS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW


          On March  31,  1989,  the  above-named  petitioner-tenants  filed
          Administrative Appeals against  orders  issued  on  February  28,
          1989, by  the  District  Rent  Administrator,  92-31  Union  Hall
          Street, Jamaica, New York, concerning the housing  accommodations
          located in  Glen  Oaks,  New  York,  wherein  the  District  Rent
          Administrator denied the owner's rent  restoration  applications,
          but found that various service decreases had been corrected.

          These proceedings are being consolidated as they  involve  common
          grounds of law and fact.

          The issue in these appeals is whether the Distri t  Rent  Admini-
          strator's orders were warranted.

          The Commissioner has reviewed all of the evidence in  the  record
          and has carefully considered that portion of the record  relevant
          to the issue raised by the administrative appeals.

          On appeal, the petitioner-tenants  contend,  in  substance,  that
          the District Rent  Administrator's  order  must  be  modified  to
          include all the items listed on the original complaint;  in  par-
          ticular the locations of the  playground  and  clothesline  areas
          that have been dismantled.



          A review of the record reveals that t e  District  Rent  Adminis-
          trator reopened Docket  No.  CF  130035-OR  (the  order  appealed
          herein) under a new docket number denominated as Docket No. 
          EA-110008-RK, in which, the owner's rent restoration  application
          was again denied on June 27, 1991.







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          Thereafter, the owner filed a third rent restoration  application
          under Docket Nos. DG 130193-OR and CF 130035-OR, which  the  Dis-
          trict Rent Administrator also denied on May 13, 1992.

          Inasmuch as the order appealed herein has been superceded by  two
          subsequent proceedings which have also denied  the  owner's  rent
          restoration applications, it is the opinion of  the  Commissioner
          that the administrative appeals should be terminated as moot.

          The Commissioner notes that all services that were the subject of 
          the original rent reduction order as  delineated  in  Docket  No.
          ART 04828-Q must be restored by the owner before the rent can  be
          restored.


          THEREFORE, in accordance with  the  Rent  Stabilization  Law  and
          Code, it is,

          ORDERED, that these  administrative  appeals  be,  and  the  same
          hereby are, terminated as moot.


          ISSUED:



                                                                           
                                                   JOSEPH A. D'AGOSTA
                                                   Acting Deputy Commissioner
    

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