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NEW YORK CITY—The Bloomberg administration and the City Council have reached an agreement on a bill intended to reduce the legal limit of sulfur used in heating oil. The measure, which the council is expected to pass later this week, is intended to complement the administration’s PlaNYC sustainability initiative, Mayor Michael Bloomberg says in a statement. It will be the first local law to come out of the city’s efforts to decrease environmental pollutants from heating oil and improve air quality.


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