Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 8/9/2017 1:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers - City Hall
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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Attachments: Stated Meeting Agenda with Links to Files, Hearing Transcript - Stated Meeting, Minutes of the Stated Meeting
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    Delivered by: Bishop Joseph Northover, Pastor, House of God Miracle Center, 509 E. 78th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11236. Motion to spread the invocation in full upon the record by Council Member Maisel.      Not available
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M 0535-2017 * Preconsidered - Rules, Privileges and ElectionsMichael Rivadeneyra, Civilian Complaint Review BoardCommunication Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
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M 0536-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled on Call-Up VotePlanning, Involving: the elimination, discontinuance and closing of a portion of Second Ave between E.126th St & E.127th St & the delineation of a sidewalk easement, Manhattan (C170093MMM)Land Use Call-Up Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
M 0537-2017 *Margaret S. ChinCoupled on Call-Up VoteZoning, 40 Wooster Street, Manhattan (C160349ZSM)Land Use Call-Up Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
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Int 1648-2017 ARafael L. Espinal, Jr.Amended and Coupled on GOEstablishing an office of nightlife and a nightlife advisory board.IntroductionThis bill establishes a Nightlife Advisory Board and an Office of Nightlife. The Board will make recommendations regarding New York City laws, rules, regulations and policies to address common issues and trends in the nightlife industry. The Office of Nightlife will serve as a city liaison for nightlife establishments, conducting outreach and providing assistance with the city’s enforcement, licensing, permits or approvals processes. It will also serve as an intermediary between the nightlife industry, residents and city agencies. In addition, it will review information on complaints or violations regarding nightlife establishments, and develop recommendations to address recurring problems or trends, in consultation with all stakeholders. The Office of Nightlife must also produce an annual report of its recommendations and activities.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
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Int 1676-2017 *Chaim M. DeutschPreconsidered - Coupled on GOIncreasing the maximum qualifying income for the senior citizen homeowner’s exemption and the disabled homeowner’s exemption.IntroductionNew York City provides a real property tax exemption to low-income senior citizen homeowners called the Senior Citizen Homeowner Exemption (SCHE) and to low-income disabled homeowners called the Disabled Homeowner Exemption (DHE). The exemptions function by exempting a percentage of the assessed value (between five and 50 percent) of qualifying real property from taxation on a sliding scale based on income. Currently, in order to be eligible for either exemption, the combined income of the property owners must be less than $37,400. On July 25, 2017, the State enacted legislation authorizing the City to increase the eligible income threshold for both SCHE and DHE to $58,400.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1677-2017 *Julissa Ferreras-CopelandPreconsidered - Coupled on GOWireless communications surcharge.IntroductionThis local law would impose, pursuant to the authorization in New York State Tax Law §186-g, a surcharge on wireless communications service. The surcharge would be imposed at a rate of 30 cents per month on each wireless communications device in service during any part of the month. Wireless communications service suppliers would be directed to add the surcharge to the billings of customers beginning on December 1, 2017. The local law would additionally, pursuant to the State Tax Law, impose a surcharge on prepaid wireless communications service at a rate of 30 cents per retail sale. Prepaid wireless communications sellers would be directed to collect this surcharge from customers beginning on December 1, 2017. Finally, the bill would establish that no surcharge may be imposed pursuant to the current Administrative Code provisions governing the wireless communications service surcharge on or after December 1, 2017.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
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Int 0135-2014 AElizabeth S. CrowleyAmended and Laid OverReporting response times for firefighting units and ambulances to emergencies.IntroductionThe Fire Department of the City of New York (“FDNY”) is currently required to report on response times to fires and certain types of serious medical emergencies. This bill would expand this reporting to include all categories of medical emergencies, and require more detailed reporting on response times to serious medical emergencies and fires. The current law requires this reporting to be disaggregated by borough, this bill would also require the FDNY to disaggregate by community district and division.Laid Over by Council  Action details Not available
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Int 0484-2014 AJames VaccaAmended and Coupled on GOProhibiting smoking and the use of electronic cigarettes in the common areas of all multiple dwellings.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit smoking and the use of electronic cigarettes in common areas in multiple dwellings with fewer than ten units. These activities are already illegal in common areas in multiple dwellings with ten or more units.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1131-2016 BBrad S. LanderAmended and Coupled on GOSale of tobacco products in pharmacies.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit pharmacies, or retail stores that contain pharmacies, from selling tobacco products.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1471-2017 ACorey D. JohnsonAmended and Coupled on GOIncreasing the retail cigarette dealer license fee.IntroductionThis bill would raise the biennial fee for a Cigarette Retail Dealer License from $110 to $200. This license is required to sell tobacco directly to consumers.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1532-2017 AFernando Cabrera Amended and Coupled on GORegulation of electronic cigarettes and the licensing of electronic cigarette retail dealers.IntroductionThis bill would require a license to sell electronic cigarettes, similar to the license that is currently required to sell cigarettes. It would also cap the number of electronic cigarette retailers at half the current number, by community district, with the reduction in number coming through attrition. Existing sellers would be able to continue to renew their license so long as they meet all applicable licensure requirements.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1544-2017 BCorey D. JohnsonAmended and Coupled on GORegulation of retail dealers of tobacco products and of electronic cigarettes, the establishment of price floors and minimum package sizes for tobacco products and shisha, and the establishment of a tax on tobacco products other than cigarettes.IntroductionThis bill would establish or increase the price floor for packages of cigarettes, tobacco products, and non-tobacco shisha, and set minimum package sizes for those products that don’t already have one. The cigarette package price would rise from $10.50 to $13 per package, while smokeless tobacco and shisha packages would be set at $8 and $17, respectively. The cigar price floor would be calculated at a rate of $6 plus $1.75 per cigar in a package, except for individually packaged cigars, which would have a minimum price of $8. It would also tax cigars, little cigars, smokeless tobacco, tobacco-containing shisha, and loose tobacco at a rate of 10% of the minimum price, with proceeds going to fund public housing. Retail dealers of cigarettes and e-cigarettes would also be prohibited from delivering cigarettes, tobacco products, and e-cigarettes to consumers under this bill.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1547-2017 ABrad S. LanderAmended and Coupled on GOExpanding the retail dealer license to include retailers of tobacco products and setting caps on retail dealer licenses, and to repeal subdivision c of section 17-702, relating to the definition of cigarette license.IntroductionThis bill expands the current requirement to possess a retail dealer license to sell cigarettes to include all retailers that sell any type of tobacco products. The bill will also restrict the availability of new retail dealer licenses by capping the number of tobacco retailer licenses in each community district at half the current number. The community district caps would not affect existing licensees who may continue to renew their licenses.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1585-2017 ARitchie J. TorresAmended and Coupled on GODisclosure of smoking policies for class A multiple dwellings.IntroductionThis bill would require rental apartment buildings, as well as co-op and condo buildings, to create a smoking policy for the building. It would not dictate the contents of this policy. This policy would be required to be provided annually to tenants, and incorporated into leases and purchase agreements.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
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Int 0347-2014 BHelen K. RosenthalAmended and Coupled on GORemedies for the breach of the duty of an owner to refrain from harassment of tenants.IntroductionThis bill would allow tenants who prevail in harassment cases to collect compensatory damages (or $1,000) from the offending landlord, in addition to attorneys’ fees and costs. This bill also allows a court to issue punitive damages for such violations.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0918-2015 AMargaret S. ChinAmended and Coupled on GOProfessionally certified applications for construction document approval and final inspections of permitted work.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Buildings (DOB) to audit 25% of professionally certified applications for rent-regulated buildings, affordable housing projects or multiple dwellings which are the subject of a rent overcharge application and which are at least 25% occupied, on a monthly basis. This bill would also prohibit professional certified applications where buildings are listed on the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s website as having been subject to a finding of harassment.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0924-2015 ARafael L. Espinal, Jr.Amended and Coupled on GOVacate ordersIntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Buildings (DOB) to include the date by which an owner must certify the correction of any and all violations along with a written vacate order.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0926-2015 ADaniel R. GarodnickAmended and Coupled on GOCreating a task force on construction work in occupied multiple dwellings.IntroductionThis bill would create a task force consisting of members appointed by the New York City Department of Buildings, the Department of Housing Preservation and Development, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Department of Environmental Protection, the City Council, and the Mayor. Among its primary functions, the task force would evaluate the current practices of the individual agencies represented in the task force with regards to construction and renovation by landlords in occupied residential buildings, publish a report of its findings, and provide recommendations to improve inter-agency coordination and sharing of information.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0930-2015 ABen KallosAmended and Coupled on GODistressed buildings subject to foreclosure by action in rem.IntroductionThis bill would expand the definition of distressed to include buildings which are subject to Environmental Control Board (ECB) judgments as a result of building code violations in the amount of a lien to value ratio equal to or greater than 25%. This bill would also require the Department of Finance to report on tax lien activities as a result of ECB debt, including the number of buildings subject to tax liens for ECB judgment debts, the location of the buildings, the number of dwelling units in each building, and recommendations for whether a 25 percent lien to value ratio is an appropriate threshold for property to be considered distressed.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0931-2015 BBen KallosAmended and Coupled on GOBuilding violations adjudicated before the office of administrative trials and hearings.IntroductionThis bill would allow the city to impose tax liens on buildings which contain 20 or more dwelling units where the total value of all such judgments against the building is $60,000 or more, or a building which contains between 6 and 19 dwelling units, where the value of the judgments is $30,000 or more. The bill contains exceptions for the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s preservation projects.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0936-2015 AMark LevineAmended and Coupled on GOTenant protection plans.IntroductionThis bill amends the information that must be included in tenant protection plans, which are required when construction work will take place in an occupied residential building, and prescribes measures that the Department of Buildings (DOB) and owners must take in order to ensure compliance with the tenant protection plan. The bill would also require that DOB perform inspections to ensure that sites are complying with their applicable tenant protection plans.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0938-2015 AAntonio ReynosoAmended and Coupled on GORequiring increased oversight of construction contractors who have engaged in work without a required permit.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Buildings (DOB) to compile and maintain a watch list of contractors who have been found to have performed work without a required permit in the preceding two years. The bill would also require DOB to engage in increased oversight of any worksite where a contractor included on the watch list performs work. The bill also would provide a timeline under which a contractor could be removed from the watch list.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0939-2015 AAntonio ReynosoAmended and Coupled on GOIncreasing the penalties for work without a permit.IntroductionThis bill would increase the penalties for work without a permit on a one- or two-family dwelling from 4 times the amount of the fee for such permit to 6 times and for work without a permit on all other buildings from 14 times to 21 times.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0940-2015 AAntonio ReynosoAmended and Coupled on GOIncreasing the penalties for a violation of a stop work order.IntroductionThis bill would increase the penalties for violating a stop work order from $5,000 to $6,000 for the initial violation and from $10,000 to $12,000 for subsequent violations.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0944-2015 AHelen K. RosenthalAmended and Coupled on GOConstruction work permitsIntroductionThis bill would impose additional penalties for performing construction work without a permit and increase oversight for buildings where such work has been performed. It would also require the posting of information concerning the occupancy status of a building subject to a permit.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0960-2015 ARosie MendezAmended and Coupled on GOCreating a Safe Construction Bill of Rights.IntroductionThis bill would require that a “Safe Construction Bill of Rights” be posted for occupants of a dwelling when the owner seeks to conduct any construction work that requires a permit from the Department of Buildings.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1133-2016 AJames VaccaAmended and Coupled on GODenial of certain building permits where outstanding charges are owed to the city.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Buildings to withhold building permits for certain properties where $25,000 or more in unpaid charges are owed to the city or where the owners of such properties owe, in aggregate, $25,000 or more in unpaid charges to the city. The bill provides certain exceptions to this prohibition, such as where the permit would be required to correct a dangerous condition.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1523-2017 AHelen K. RosenthalAmended and Coupled on GOCreation of an office of the tenant advocate within the dept of buildings.IntroductionThis bill would establish an Office of the Tenant Advocate within the Department of Buildings, whose duties would include but not be limited to: monitoring tenant protection plans to ensure compliance with the administrative code; establishing a system to receive comments, questions and complaints with respect to tenant protection plans; establishing a system to communicate with tenants who are affected by work in occupied multiple dwellings; monitoring sites where a tenant protection plan is required to ensure compliance with such plan; and publishing quarterly reports related to the responsibilities of the office.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1530-2017 AMelissa Mark-ViveritoAmended and Coupled on GOCreating a rebuttable presumption regarding harassment.IntroductionUnder current harassment law a tenant has to show that an owner committed a harassing act or omission which caused or was intended to cause such tenant to vacate the dwelling. This bill creates a rebuttable presumption that where an owner commits one of a list of harassing acts or omissions, such act or omission constitutes harassment.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1548-2017 AMark LevineAmended and Coupled on GOAmending the definition of harassment to include repeatedly contacting or visiting a tenant under certain circumstances.IntroductionThis bill would expand the definition of tenant harassment to include situations where an owner repeatedly contacts or visits the tenant at unusual hours or in a manner reasonably expected to harass the tenant, unless the tenant has given consent in writing to be contacted at such hours or in such manner.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1549-2017 ACarlos MenchacaAmended and Coupled on GORepeated acts of harassment.IntroductionThis bill would allow tenants to pursue harassment actions if the owner of their building engages in repeated interruptions of essential services throughout the building or commences frivolous court proceedings throughout the building (including the tenants who bring the action).Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1556-2017 AJumaane D. WilliamsAmended and Coupled on GOPenalties for tenant harassment.IntroductionThis bill would increase the civil penalties for violations of the administrative code for tenant harassment.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
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LU 0691-2017 *David G. GreenfieldApproved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Zoning, GREATER EAST MIDTOWN, Manhattan (C 170187 ZMM)Land Use Application Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.  Action details Not available
LU 0692-2017 *David G. GreenfieldApproved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Zoning, GREATER EAST MIDTOWN, Manhattan (N 170186 (A) ZRM)Land Use Application Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.  Action details Not available
LU 0694-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170217 PPX)Land Use Application Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1606-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled to be Filed Pursuant to Letter of WithdrawalLU 694 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170217 PPX)Resolution Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0695-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170218 ZMX)Land Use Application Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1607-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled to be Filed Pursuant to Letter of WithdrawalLU 695 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170218 ZMX)Resolution Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0696-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (20170219 ZRX)Land Use Application Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1608-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled to be Filed Pursuant to Letter of WithdrawalLU 696 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (20170219 ZRX)Resolution Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0697-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170221 ZSX)Land Use Application Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1609-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled to be Filed Pursuant to Letter of WithdrawalLU 697 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170221 ZSX)Resolution Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0698-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170222 ZSX)Land Use Application Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1610-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled to be Filed Pursuant to Letter of WithdrawalLU 698 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170222 ZSX)Resolution Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0699-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170223 ZSX)Land Use Application Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1611-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled to be Filed Pursuant to Letter of WithdrawalLU 699 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170223 ZSX)Resolution Filed by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0700-2017 *David G. GreenfieldApproved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Zoning, ECF EAST 96TH STREET, Manhattan (C 170226 ZMM)Land Use Application Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.  Action details Not available
LU 0701-2017 *David G. GreenfieldApproved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Zoning, ECF EAST 96TH STREET, Manhattan (N 170227 ZRM)Land Use Application Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.  Action details Not available
LU 0702-2017 *David G. GreenfieldApproved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Zoning, ECF EAST 96TH STREET, Manhattan (C 170228 ZSM)Land Use Application Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.  Action details Not available
LU 0703-2017 *David G. GreenfieldApproved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Zoning, ECF EAST 96TH STREET, Manhattan (C 170229 ZSM)Land Use Application Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Rule 11.70(b) of the Rules of the Council and Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.  Action details Not available
LU 0712-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, Sidewalk café, PRET A MANGER, 125 Chambers St, Manhattan (20175332 TCM)Land Use Application Disapproved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1612-2017 *David G. GreenfieldMotion to DisapproveLU 712 - Zoning, Sidewalk café, PRET A MANGER, 125 Chambers St, Manhattan (20175332 TCM)Resolution Disapproved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0713-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, Sidewalk café, GUACAMOLE TAQUERIA, 5025 Broadway, Manhattan (20175498 TCM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1613-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled on GOLU 713 - Zoning, Sidewalk café, GUACAMOLE TAQUERIA, 5025 Broadway, Manhattan (20175498 TCM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0714-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, Sidewalk café, MAMA SUSHI, 237 Dyckman St, Manhattan (20175444 TCM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1614-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled on GOLU 714 - Zoning, Sidewalk café, MAMA SUSHI, 237 Dyckman St, Manhattan (20175444 TCM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0715-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, MANHATTAN WEST-PHASE III TEXT AMENDMENT, Manhattan (N 170317 ZRM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1615-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled on GOLU 715 - Zoning, MANHATTAN WEST-PHASE III TEXT AMENDMENT, Manhattan (N 170317 ZRM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
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M 0524-2017 *  Nasr O. Sheta, Board of Standards and AppealsMayor's Message Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1616-2017 *Brad S. LanderCoupled on GOM 524 - Nasr O. Sheta, Board of Standards and AppealsResolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
M 0535-2017 *  Michael Rivadeneyra, Civilian Complaint Review BoardCommunication Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1617-2017 *Brad S. LanderPreconsidered - Coupled on GOM 535 - Michael Rivadeneyra, Civilian Complaint Review BoardResolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
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LU 0691-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, GREATER EAST MIDTOWN, Manhattan (C 170187 ZMM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1618-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled on GOLU 691 - Zoning, GREATER EAST MIDTOWN, Manhattan (C 170187 ZMM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0692-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, GREATER EAST MIDTOWN, Manhattan (N 170186 (A) ZRM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1619-2017 *David G. GreenfieldCoupled on GOLU 692 - Zoning, GREATER EAST MIDTOWN, Manhattan (N 170186 (A) ZRM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
T2014-0002 * Coupled on GOCommissioner of DeedsCommissioner of Deeds Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
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Int 1648-2017 ARafael L. Espinal, Jr.A and GOEstablishing an office of nightlife and a nightlife advisory board.IntroductionThis bill establishes a Nightlife Advisory Board and an Office of Nightlife. The Board will make recommendations regarding New York City laws, rules, regulations and policies to address common issues and trends in the nightlife industry. The Office of Nightlife will serve as a city liaison for nightlife establishments, conducting outreach and providing assistance with the city’s enforcement, licensing, permits or approvals processes. It will also serve as an intermediary between the nightlife industry, residents and city agencies. In addition, it will review information on complaints or violations regarding nightlife establishments, and develop recommendations to address recurring problems or trends, in consultation with all stakeholders. The Office of Nightlife must also produce an annual report of its recommendations and activities.   Action details Not available
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Int 1676-2017 *Chaim M. DeutschPreconsidered - GOIncreasing the maximum qualifying income for the senior citizen homeowner’s exemption and the disabled homeowner’s exemption.IntroductionNew York City provides a real property tax exemption to low-income senior citizen homeowners called the Senior Citizen Homeowner Exemption (SCHE) and to low-income disabled homeowners called the Disabled Homeowner Exemption (DHE). The exemptions function by exempting a percentage of the assessed value (between five and 50 percent) of qualifying real property from taxation on a sliding scale based on income. Currently, in order to be eligible for either exemption, the combined income of the property owners must be less than $37,400. On July 25, 2017, the State enacted legislation authorizing the City to increase the eligible income threshold for both SCHE and DHE to $58,400.   Action details Not available
Int 1677-2017 *Julissa Ferreras-CopelandPreconsidered - GOWireless communications surcharge.IntroductionThis local law would impose, pursuant to the authorization in New York State Tax Law §186-g, a surcharge on wireless communications service. The surcharge would be imposed at a rate of 30 cents per month on each wireless communications device in service during any part of the month. Wireless communications service suppliers would be directed to add the surcharge to the billings of customers beginning on December 1, 2017. The local law would additionally, pursuant to the State Tax Law, impose a surcharge on prepaid wireless communications service at a rate of 30 cents per retail sale. Prepaid wireless communications sellers would be directed to collect this surcharge from customers beginning on December 1, 2017. Finally, the bill would establish that no surcharge may be imposed pursuant to the current Administrative Code provisions governing the wireless communications service surcharge on or after December 1, 2017.   Action details Not available
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Int 0484-2014 AJames VaccaA and GOProhibiting smoking and the use of electronic cigarettes in the common areas of all multiple dwellings.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit smoking and the use of electronic cigarettes in common areas in multiple dwellings with fewer than ten units. These activities are already illegal in common areas in multiple dwellings with ten or more units.   Action details Not available
Int 1131-2016 BBrad S. LanderA and GOSale of tobacco products in pharmacies.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit pharmacies, or retail stores that contain pharmacies, from selling tobacco products.   Action details Not available
Int 1471-2017 ACorey D. JohnsonA and GOIncreasing the retail cigarette dealer license fee.IntroductionThis bill would raise the biennial fee for a Cigarette Retail Dealer License from $110 to $200. This license is required to sell tobacco directly to consumers.   Action details Not available
Int 1532-2017 AFernando Cabrera A and GORegulation of electronic cigarettes and the licensing of electronic cigarette retail dealers.IntroductionThis bill would require a license to sell electronic cigarettes, similar to the license that is currently required to sell cigarettes. It would also cap the number of electronic cigarette retailers at half the current number, by community district, with the reduction in number coming through attrition. Existing sellers would be able to continue to renew their license so long as they meet all applicable licensure requirements.   Action details Not available
Int 1544-2017 BCorey D. JohnsonA and GORegulation of retail dealers of tobacco products and of electronic cigarettes, the establishment of price floors and minimum package sizes for tobacco products and shisha, and the establishment of a tax on tobacco products other than cigarettes.IntroductionThis bill would establish or increase the price floor for packages of cigarettes, tobacco products, and non-tobacco shisha, and set minimum package sizes for those products that don’t already have one. The cigarette package price would rise from $10.50 to $13 per package, while smokeless tobacco and shisha packages would be set at $8 and $17, respectively. The cigar price floor would be calculated at a rate of $6 plus $1.75 per cigar in a package, except for individually packaged cigars, which would have a minimum price of $8. It would also tax cigars, little cigars, smokeless tobacco, tobacco-containing shisha, and loose tobacco at a rate of 10% of the minimum price, with proceeds going to fund public housing. Retail dealers of cigarettes and e-cigarettes would also be prohibited from delivering cigarettes, tobacco products, and e-cigarettes to consumers under this bill.   Action details Not available
Int 1547-2017 ABrad S. LanderA and GOExpanding the retail dealer license to include retailers of tobacco products and setting caps on retail dealer licenses, and to repeal subdivision c of section 17-702, relating to the definition of cigarette license.IntroductionThis bill expands the current requirement to possess a retail dealer license to sell cigarettes to include all retailers that sell any type of tobacco products. The bill will also restrict the availability of new retail dealer licenses by capping the number of tobacco retailer licenses in each community district at half the current number. The community district caps would not affect existing licensees who may continue to renew their licenses.   Action details Not available
Int 1585-2017 ARitchie J. TorresA and GODisclosure of smoking policies for class A multiple dwellings.IntroductionThis bill would require rental apartment buildings, as well as co-op and condo buildings, to create a smoking policy for the building. It would not dictate the contents of this policy. This policy would be required to be provided annually to tenants, and incorporated into leases and purchase agreements.   Action details Not available
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Int 0347-2014 BHelen K. RosenthalA and GORemedies for the breach of the duty of an owner to refrain from harassment of tenants.IntroductionThis bill would allow tenants who prevail in harassment cases to collect compensatory damages (or $1,000) from the offending landlord, in addition to attorneys’ fees and costs. This bill also allows a court to issue punitive damages for such violations.   Action details Not available
Int 0918-2015 AMargaret S. ChinA and GOProfessionally certified applications for construction document approval and final inspections of permitted work.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Buildings (DOB) to audit 25% of professionally certified applications for rent-regulated buildings, affordable housing projects or multiple dwellings which are the subject of a rent overcharge application and which are at least 25% occupied, on a monthly basis. This bill would also prohibit professional certified applications where buildings are listed on the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s website as having been subject to a finding of harassment.   Action details Not available
Int 0924-2015 ARafael L. Espinal, Jr.A and GOVacate ordersIntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Buildings (DOB) to include the date by which an owner must certify the correction of any and all violations along with a written vacate order.   Action details Not available
Int 0926-2015 ADaniel R. GarodnickA and GOCreating a task force on construction work in occupied multiple dwellings.IntroductionThis bill would create a task force consisting of members appointed by the New York City Department of Buildings, the Department of Housing Preservation and Development, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Department of Environmental Protection, the City Council, and the Mayor. Among its primary functions, the task force would evaluate the current practices of the individual agencies represented in the task force with regards to construction and renovation by landlords in occupied residential buildings, publish a report of its findings, and provide recommendations to improve inter-agency coordination and sharing of information.   Action details Not available
Int 0930-2015 ABen KallosA and GODistressed buildings subject to foreclosure by action in rem.IntroductionThis bill would expand the definition of distressed to include buildings which are subject to Environmental Control Board (ECB) judgments as a result of building code violations in the amount of a lien to value ratio equal to or greater than 25%. This bill would also require the Department of Finance to report on tax lien activities as a result of ECB debt, including the number of buildings subject to tax liens for ECB judgment debts, the location of the buildings, the number of dwelling units in each building, and recommendations for whether a 25 percent lien to value ratio is an appropriate threshold for property to be considered distressed.   Action details Not available
Int 0931-2015 BBen KallosA and GOBuilding violations adjudicated before the office of administrative trials and hearings.IntroductionThis bill would allow the city to impose tax liens on buildings which contain 20 or more dwelling units where the total value of all such judgments against the building is $60,000 or more, or a building which contains between 6 and 19 dwelling units, where the value of the judgments is $30,000 or more. The bill contains exceptions for the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s preservation projects.   Action details Not available
Int 0936-2015 AMark LevineA and GOTenant protection plans.IntroductionThis bill amends the information that must be included in tenant protection plans, which are required when construction work will take place in an occupied residential building, and prescribes measures that the Department of Buildings (DOB) and owners must take in order to ensure compliance with the tenant protection plan. The bill would also require that DOB perform inspections to ensure that sites are complying with their applicable tenant protection plans.   Action details Not available
Int 0938-2015 AAntonio ReynosoA and GORequiring increased oversight of construction contractors who have engaged in work without a required permit.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Buildings (DOB) to compile and maintain a watch list of contractors who have been found to have performed work without a required permit in the preceding two years. The bill would also require DOB to engage in increased oversight of any worksite where a contractor included on the watch list performs work. The bill also would provide a timeline under which a contractor could be removed from the watch list.   Action details Not available
Int 0939-2015 AAntonio ReynosoA and GOIncreasing the penalties for work without a permit.IntroductionThis bill would increase the penalties for work without a permit on a one- or two-family dwelling from 4 times the amount of the fee for such permit to 6 times and for work without a permit on all other buildings from 14 times to 21 times.   Action details Not available
Int 0940-2015 AAntonio ReynosoA and GOIncreasing the penalties for a violation of a stop work order.IntroductionThis bill would increase the penalties for violating a stop work order from $5,000 to $6,000 for the initial violation and from $10,000 to $12,000 for subsequent violations.   Action details Not available
Int 0944-2015 AHelen K. RosenthalA and GOConstruction work permitsIntroductionThis bill would impose additional penalties for performing construction work without a permit and increase oversight for buildings where such work has been performed. It would also require the posting of information concerning the occupancy status of a building subject to a permit.   Action details Not available
Int 0960-2015 ARosie MendezA and GOCreating a Safe Construction Bill of Rights.IntroductionThis bill would require that a “Safe Construction Bill of Rights” be posted for occupants of a dwelling when the owner seeks to conduct any construction work that requires a permit from the Department of Buildings.   Action details Not available
Int 1133-2016 AJames VaccaA and GODenial of certain building permits where outstanding charges are owed to the city.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Buildings to withhold building permits for certain properties where $25,000 or more in unpaid charges are owed to the city or where the owners of such properties owe, in aggregate, $25,000 or more in unpaid charges to the city. The bill provides certain exceptions to this prohibition, such as where the permit would be required to correct a dangerous condition.   Action details Not available
Int 1523-2017 AHelen K. RosenthalA and GOCreation of an office of the tenant advocate within the dept of buildings.IntroductionThis bill would establish an Office of the Tenant Advocate within the Department of Buildings, whose duties would include but not be limited to: monitoring tenant protection plans to ensure compliance with the administrative code; establishing a system to receive comments, questions and complaints with respect to tenant protection plans; establishing a system to communicate with tenants who are affected by work in occupied multiple dwellings; monitoring sites where a tenant protection plan is required to ensure compliance with such plan; and publishing quarterly reports related to the responsibilities of the office.   Action details Not available
Int 1530-2017 AMelissa Mark-ViveritoA and GOCreating a rebuttable presumption regarding harassment.IntroductionUnder current harassment law a tenant has to show that an owner committed a harassing act or omission which caused or was intended to cause such tenant to vacate the dwelling. This bill creates a rebuttable presumption that where an owner commits one of a list of harassing acts or omissions, such act or omission constitutes harassment.   Action details Not available
Int 1548-2017 AMark LevineA and GOAmending the definition of harassment to include repeatedly contacting or visiting a tenant under certain circumstances.IntroductionThis bill would expand the definition of tenant harassment to include situations where an owner repeatedly contacts or visits the tenant at unusual hours or in a manner reasonably expected to harass the tenant, unless the tenant has given consent in writing to be contacted at such hours or in such manner.   Action details Not available
Int 1549-2017 ACarlos MenchacaA and GORepeated acts of harassment.IntroductionThis bill would allow tenants to pursue harassment actions if the owner of their building engages in repeated interruptions of essential services throughout the building or commences frivolous court proceedings throughout the building (including the tenants who bring the action).   Action details Not available
Int 1556-2017 AJumaane D. WilliamsA and GOPenalties for tenant harassment.IntroductionThis bill would increase the civil penalties for violations of the administrative code for tenant harassment.   Action details Not available
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Res 1606-2017 *David G. GreenfieldFiledLU 694 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170217 PPX)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1607-2017 *David G. GreenfieldFiledLU 695 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170218 ZMX)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1608-2017 *David G. GreenfieldFiledLU 696 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (20170219 ZRX)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1609-2017 *David G. GreenfieldFiledLU 697 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170221 ZSX)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1610-2017 *David G. GreenfieldFiledLU 698 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170222 ZSX)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1611-2017 *David G. GreenfieldFiledLU 699 - Zoning, BAYCHESTER SQUARE, Bronx (C 170223 ZSX)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1612-2017 *David G. GreenfieldDisapprovedLU 712 - Zoning, Sidewalk café, PRET A MANGER, 125 Chambers St, Manhattan (20175332 TCM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1613-2017 *David G. GreenfieldGOLU 713 - Zoning, Sidewalk café, GUACAMOLE TAQUERIA, 5025 Broadway, Manhattan (20175498 TCM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1614-2017 *David G. GreenfieldGOLU 714 - Zoning, Sidewalk café, MAMA SUSHI, 237 Dyckman St, Manhattan (20175444 TCM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1615-2017 *David G. GreenfieldGOLU 715 - Zoning, MANHATTAN WEST-PHASE III TEXT AMENDMENT, Manhattan (N 170317 ZRM)Resolution    Action details Not available
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Res 1616-2017 *Brad S. LanderGOM 524 - Nasr O. Sheta, Board of Standards and AppealsResolution    Action details Not available
Res 1617-2017 *Brad S. LanderPreconsidered - GOM 535 - Michael Rivadeneyra, Civilian Complaint Review BoardResolution    Action details Not available
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Res 1618-2017 *David G. GreenfieldGOLU 691 - Zoning, GREATER EAST MIDTOWN, Manhattan (C 170187 ZMM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1619-2017 *David G. GreenfieldGOLU 692 - Zoning, GREATER EAST MIDTOWN, Manhattan (N 170186 (A) ZRM)Resolution    Action details Not available
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Int 1674-2017 *Costa G. ConstantinidesEnvironmental ProtectionGenerating, capturing and utilizing energy from city’s water supply, wastewater treatment systems and natural bodies of water.IntroductionThe local law amends Title 24 of the New York City Administrative Code, adding a new section §24-366(d) and (e) to require a resource assessment every tenth year and to require that when the department determines that generating electricity would be economically viable or when undertaking an improvement or substantial repair, the department may generate electricity through the use of in-conduit turbines or other equipment certified safe for drinking water.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1675-2017 *Costa G. ConstantinidesEnvironmental ProtectionInstallation of utility-scale battery storage systems on city buildings and conducting a feasibility study on installation of such systems throughout the city.IntroductionThis bill would require the department of citywide administrative services to conduct a feasibility study on the installation of utility-scale battery storage systems on city buildings (usually buildings that are more than 10,000 gross square feet and that are owned by the city or for which the city regularly directly pays all of the annual energy bills), and to coordinate the installation of such systems on city buildings where it is deemed feasible and cost-effective to do so. Additionally, this bill would require a feasibility study that also identifies the environmental and financial benefits relating to the installation of utility-scale battery storage systems on non-city buildings.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1676-2017 *Chaim M. DeutschPreconsidered - FinanceIncreasing the maximum qualifying income for the senior citizen homeowner’s exemption and the disabled homeowner’s exemption.IntroductionNew York City provides a real property tax exemption to low-income senior citizen homeowners called the Senior Citizen Homeowner Exemption (SCHE) and to low-income disabled homeowners called the Disabled Homeowner Exemption (DHE). The exemptions function by exempting a percentage of the assessed value (between five and 50 percent) of qualifying real property from taxation on a sliding scale based on income. Currently, in order to be eligible for either exemption, the combined income of the property owners must be less than $37,400. On July 25, 2017, the State enacted legislation authorizing the City to increase the eligible income threshold for both SCHE and DHE to $58,400.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 1605-2017 *Daniel Dromm State and Federal LegislationCreation of a pilot program to improve social and emotional learning in schools. (A.7063/ S.5563)Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1677-2017 *Julissa Ferreras-CopelandPreconsidered - FinanceWireless communications surcharge.IntroductionThis local law would impose, pursuant to the authorization in New York State Tax Law §186-g, a surcharge on wireless communications service. The surcharge would be imposed at a rate of 30 cents per month on each wireless communications device in service during any part of the month. Wireless communications service suppliers would be directed to add the surcharge to the billings of customers beginning on December 1, 2017. The local law would additionally, pursuant to the State Tax Law, impose a surcharge on prepaid wireless communications service at a rate of 30 cents per retail sale. Prepaid wireless communications sellers would be directed to collect this surcharge from customers beginning on December 1, 2017. Finally, the bill would establish that no surcharge may be imposed pursuant to the current Administrative Code provisions governing the wireless communications service surcharge on or after December 1, 2017.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1678-2017 *Peter A. KooHousing and BuildingsAmending the definition of harassment to include discriminatory threats and requests for proof of citizenship status.IntroductionThis bill would add discriminatory threats and requesting additional identification where the person has already provided an owner with a type of government-issued identification to the definition of harassing acts.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1679-2017 *Rory I. LancmanConsumer AffairsFees charged by bail bondsmen.IntroductionThis bill would set up a complaint mechanism at the Department of Consumer Affairs for consumers of bail bond services to report violations of the maximum allowed bail bond premiums set by the New York Insurance Law. It would also require the Department to refer those violations to the Police Department for enforcement.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1680-2017 *Mark LevineParks and RecreationReporting on park capital expenditures.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) to expand its web based capital projects tracker to include more detailed information regarding its capital projects, including the reasons for delays, the dates projects were fully funded, the total number of projects in its portfolio, projected and actual cost overruns, individual sources of funding and the length of time it took to complete each project.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1681-2017 *Ritchie J. TorresHousing and BuildingsProviding for translation services in large developments.IntroductionResidents of large housing developments who have limited proficiency in English face difficulties requesting repairs and understanding housing-related documents. Current translation services are insufficient. This bill would require the provision of a staffer in the property management and maintenance office of a large housing development whenever the population of residents who speak any language other than English exceeds 10 percent of the large development’s total population.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1682-2017 *Eric A. UlrichGeneral WelfareUse of hotel rooms as temporary shelter placements.IntroductionThe bill would require any commercial hotel that enters into an agreement with the Department of Homeless Services to provide rooms to be used as shelter for eligible homeless individuals or families to disclose that information on all forms of advertising and to post a sign with the information in a location that is readily accessible to hotel patrons.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0729-2017 *David G. GreenfieldZoning and FranchisesZoning, Special West Chelsea District Text, Manhattan (N170389ZRM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0729-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, Special West Chelsea District Text, Manhattan (N170389ZRM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0730-2017 *David G. GreenfieldZoning and FranchisesZoning, 50 NEVINS STREET REZONING, Brooklyn (C170029ZMK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0730-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, 50 NEVINS STREET REZONING, Brooklyn (C170029ZMK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0731-2017 *David G. GreenfieldZoning and FranchisesZoning, 50 NEVINS STREET REZONING, Brooklyn (N170030ZRK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0731-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, 50 NEVINS STREET REZONING, Brooklyn (N170030ZRK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0732-2017 *David G. GreenfieldZoning and FranchisesZoning, 40 Wooster Street, Manhattan (C160349ZSM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0732-2017 *David G. Greenfield Zoning, 40 Wooster Street, Manhattan (C160349ZSM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0733-2017 *David G. GreenfieldPlanning, Dispositions and ConcessionsPlanning, 126TH STREET BUS DEPOT, Manhattan (C170275ZMM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0733-2017 *David G. Greenfield Planning, 126TH STREET BUS DEPOT, Manhattan (C170275ZMM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0734-2017 *David G. GreenfieldPlanning, Dispositions and ConcessionsPlanning, 126TH STREET BUS DEPOT, Manhattan (N170276ZRM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0734-2017 *David G. Greenfield Planning, 126TH STREET BUS DEPOT, Manhattan (N170276ZRM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0735-2017 *David G. GreenfieldPlanning, Dispositions and ConcessionsPlanning, 126TH STREET BUS DEPOT, Manhattan (C170093MMM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0735-2017 *David G. Greenfield Planning, 126TH STREET BUS DEPOT, Manhattan (C170093MMM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0736-2017 *David G. GreenfieldPlanning, Dispositions and ConcessionsPlanning, 126TH STREET BUS DEPOT, Manhattan (C170278PPM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0736-2017 *David G. Greenfield Planning, 126TH STREET BUS DEPOT, Manhattan (C170278PPM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0737-2017 *David G. GreenfieldPlanning, Dispositions and ConcessionsPlanning, 1618 FULTON STREET, Brooklyn (C170304HAK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0737-2017 *David G. Greenfield Planning, 1618 FULTON STREET, Brooklyn (C170304HAK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0738-2017 *David G. GreenfieldPlanning, Dispositions and ConcessionsPlanning, CATON FLATS, Brooklyn (20185040HAK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0738-2017 *David G. Greenfield Planning, CATON FLATS, Brooklyn (20185040HAK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0739-2017 *David G. GreenfieldPlanning, Dispositions and ConcessionsPlanning, SMALL HOMES REHAB-NYCHA - SOUTHEASTERN QUEENS VACANT HOMES – CLUSTER II, Queens (20185042HAQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0739-2017 *David G. Greenfield Planning, SMALL HOMES REHAB-NYCHA - SOUTHEASTERN QUEENS VACANT HOMES – CLUSTER II, Queens (20185042HAQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0740-2017 *David G. GreenfieldPlanning, Dispositions and ConcessionsPlanning, SMALL HOMES REHAB-NYCHA - SOUTHEASTERN QUEENS VACANT HOMES – CLUSTER II, Queens (20185043HAQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0740-2017 *David G. Greenfield Planning, SMALL HOMES REHAB-NYCHA - SOUTHEASTERN QUEENS VACANT HOMES – CLUSTER II, Queens (20185043HAQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0741-2017 *David G. GreenfieldPlanning, Dispositions and ConcessionsPlanning, SMALL HOMES REHAB-NYCHA - SOUTHEASTERN QUEENS VACANT HOMES – CLUSTER II, Queens (20185044HAQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0741-2017 *David G. Greenfield Planning, SMALL HOMES REHAB-NYCHA - SOUTHEASTERN QUEENS VACANT HOMES – CLUSTER II, Queens (20185044HAQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0742-2017 *David G. GreenfieldPlanning, Dispositions and ConcessionsPlanning, SMALL HOMES REHAB-NYCHA - SOUTHEASTERN QUEENS VACANT HOMES – CLUSTER II, TPT, Brooklyn (20185048HAK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0742-2017 *David G. Greenfield Planning, SMALL HOMES REHAB-NYCHA - SOUTHEASTERN QUEENS VACANT HOMES – CLUSTER II, TPT, Brooklyn (20185048HAK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available