April 8, 2020 •
New York Suffolk County Clerk Announces Procedures for Periodic Reports
Due to the current situation surrounding COVID-19, the Suffolk County Clerk of the Legislature announced under Executive Order 202.7, lobbyists preparing periodic reports for April 15 may have their report notarized remotely.
Additionally, the reports may be sent in digitally to meet the deadline.
If a lobbyist is unable to have their report notarized by April 15, the clerk’s office is requiring the report be submitted by the deadline.
Additionally, a notarized copy must be provided following their submission.
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