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Executive Orders (January 1, 2004 – Present)
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The Office of the Mayor is established in Chapter 1 of the New York City Charter. Among the powers delegated to the Mayor is the power to issue Executive Orders. The Mayor may issue Executive Orders to, among other things, create or abolish bureaus, divisions, or positions within the Office of the Mayor as he or she may deem necessary to fulfill mayoral duties. The Mayor may also delegate to or withdraw from any member of said office, specified functions, powers, and duties, except the Mayor’s power to act on local laws or resolutions of the Council, to act as a magistrate, or to appoint or remove officials.