2006 New York Code - Displaying A Pow/mia Flag Over Public Property.



 
    § 18-132 Displaying a POW/MIA flag over public property. 1. Until such
  time  as  all members of the United States Armed Forces listed either as
  missing in action or prisoners of war are accounted for  by  the  United
  States   government,   the   commissioner   shall   assure,  subject  to
  subdivisions 2 and 3 of this section, that the Prisoner  of  War/Missing
  in  Action  (POW/MIA)  flag  is flown over all public property under the
  jurisdiction of the commissioner whenever the  American  flag  is  flown
  over such property.
    2.  Within  sixty  days  following the effective date of the local law
  that added this section, the POW/MIA flag shall be flown in  twenty-five
  percent  of  all  parks  under  the  jurisdiction  of  the commissioner,
  including all parks under the jurisdiction of the commissioner that bear
  the name of a veteran of the United States Armed Forces or that  include
  the  word  "Memorial"  in  the  park name, whenever the American flag is
  flown over such property.
    3. Within three years following the effective date of  the  local  law
  that added this section, the POW/MIA flag shall be flown over all public
  property  under  the  jurisdiction  of  the  commissioner  whenever  the
  American flag is flown over such property.
    4. The commissioner shall submit to the Mayor and the Speaker  of  the
  City  Council  an annual report indicating all public property under the
  jurisdiction of the commissioner over which the POW/MIA flag  is  flown.
  Such reporting requirement shall terminate upon full compliance with the
  requirements  set  forth in subdivision 3 of this section, at which time
  the commissioner shall submit a final report to the  Mayor  and  to  the
  Speaker  of  the  City  Council indicating all public property under the
  jurisdiction of the commissioner over which the POW/MIA flag is flown.

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