WHAT NOT BRING - -Pets are not allowed because of health regulations (the exception being fish, max 10 gallon tank). For our policy on Emotional Support and Services Animals, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Hanging fishnets, fabrics/tapestries, beads, or any other item from the ceiling or walls is not allowed because of New York State fire safety policies. Posters and pictures are permitted so long as they do not cover more than 50% of the wall space of the room. Posters cannot be hung on the ceiling.
-Hot plates, heating coils, electric frying pans, space heaters, broilers, griddles, crockpots, rice cookers, toasters/ toaster ovens, and other open-coil cooking appliances, incense and incense burners, halogen lamps, candles, and other open-flame items are not allowed due to New York State fire safety policies.
-Firearms, fireworks, and dangerous weapons are also not permitted in the halls. This can include pocket knives. If you are unsure, please call Security for clarification.
-Lofts kits are not permitted in the rooms for various reasons, including fire regulations.
-Cinder blocks are not allowed, because they can damage the room floors.
-Room air conditioners
-Musical instruments that require amplifiers
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