PIOC

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AcronymDefinition
PIOCParallel Input Output Control
PIOCPrice Index of Operating Costs (housing; New York)
PIOCPetrie Island Outdoors Club (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
PIOCParallel Input/Output Controller
PIOCPrivilege Illegal Operations Channel (Alcatel)
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Stone said a plethora of local laws, including an allergen law and greenhouse gas emissions regulations, were compounding landlords' problems when coupled with increases in property taxes, water rates and an increase in the Price Index of Operating Costs since 2014.
The Price Index of Operating Costs, a report that outlined the operating costs for landlords, revealed that landlord expenditures rose by 0.5 percent.
The duo justified their proposal by casting doubts on the accuracy of the Price Index of Operating Costs, which pegged the increase of landlord costs at 0.5 percent.
There is also a tracking method known as the Price Index of Operating Costs (PIOC) which measures the price change in the cost of operating and maintaining rent-stabilized apartment buildings in the five boroughs.
Last year, the Price Index of Operating Costs was 7.8 percent and final guidelines were only 4 and 6 percent.
But the core Price Index of Operating Costs (PIOC) is one guide "that takes the volatility out of fuel." That index has been running generally between 2 and 3 percent, leading to the previous justifications for the 2 percent and 4 percent increases.
The Price Index of Operating Costs report typically outlines expenses.
The seven-member RGB board will be reviewing that data, as well as the so-called market basket - the Price Index of Operating Costs (PIOC) - and other evidence, over the next few weeks.
Owners that operate regulated rental buildings and use DC power should also not expect any special rent increase, nor has the additional cost been included in the price index of operating costs calculated by the Rent Guidelines Board.
Tenants do not believe any increase is necessary, since the price index of operating costs (PIOC), a market basket compilation, only increased .1 percent, primarily due to the mild winter and steady, low fuel prices.
Strasburg said he was somewhat satisfied with the one-year lease because it is close to the Price Index of Operating Costs, (pioc) which is 6 percent.
Each year, the staff of the New York City Rent Guidelines Board (RGB) conducts the Price Index of Operating Costs for Rent Stabilized Apartment Buildings.