Including Cost of Removing Old Boiler in MCI Application
Q I'm filing a major capital improvement (MCI) application with the Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) to get a rent increase for a boiler replacement and hot water heater installation I just completed. The boiler replacement was a conversion from oil to gas. Therefore, I had to get the old oil tank removed from the basement in order to get the new gas boiler inspected and certified by the city. Can I include the cost of the oil tank removal in the total MCI costs that I am filing?
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