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File #: Int 0610-2005    Version: * Name: Area eligibility limitations on benefits pursuant to section four hundred twenty-one-a of the real property tax law within the borough of Brooklyn.
Type: Introduction Status: Filed
Committee: Committee on Housing and Buildings
On agenda: 3/23/2005
Enactment date: Law number:
Title: A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to area eligibility limitations on benefits pursuant to section four hundred twenty-one-a of the real property tax law within the borough of Brooklyn.
Sponsors: David Yassky, Diana Reyna, James F. Gennaro, Letitia James, G. Oliver Koppell, Michael E. McMahon, Annabel Palma
Council Member Sponsors: 7

Int. No. 610

 

By Council Members Yassky, Reyna, Gennaro, James, Koppell, McMahon, and Palma

 

A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to area eligibility limitations on benefits pursuant to section four hundred twenty-one-a of the real property tax law within the borough of Brooklyn.

 

Be it enacted by the Council as follows:

 

Section one.                     Subdivision (a) of section 11-245 of the administrative code of the city of New York, as amended by local law number 22 for the year 2005, is amended to read as follows:

                     (a)                     (1) No benefits under section four hundred twenty-one-a of the real property tax law shall be conferred for any construction commenced on or after November twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred eighty-five and prior to December thirty-first, two thousand seven for any tax lots now existing or hereafter created which are located entirely within the geographic area in the borough of Manhattan bounded and described as follows:  BEGINNING at the intersection of the bulkhead line in the Hudson River and 96th street extended; thence easterly to 96th street and continuing along 96th street to its easterly terminus; thence easterly to the intersection of 96th street extended and the bulkhead line in the East River; thence southerly along said bulkhead line to the intersection of said bulkhead line and 14th street extended; thence westerly to 14th street and continuing along 14th street to Broadway; thence southerly along Broadway to Houston street; thence westerly along Houston street to Thompson street; thence southerly along Thompson street to Spring street; thence westerly along Spring street to Avenue of the Americas; thence northerly along Avenue of the Americas to Vandam street; thence westerly along Vandam street to Varick street; thence northerly along Varick street to Houston street; thence westerly along Houston street and continuing to its westerly terminus; thence westerly to the intersection of Houston street extended and the bulkhead line in the Hudson River; thence northerly along said bulkhead line to the intersection of said bulkhead line and 11th avenue extended; thence northerly to 11th avenue and continuing along 11th avenue to 14th street; thence easterly along 14th street to 10th avenue; thence northerly along 10th avenue to 30th street; thence westerly along 30th street to 11th avenue; thence northerly along 11th avenue to 41st street; thence westerly along 41st street and continuing to its westerly terminus; thence westerly to the intersection of 41st street extended and the bulkhead line in the Hudson River; thence northerly along said bulkhead line to the place of beginning.

(2)  No benefits under section four hundred twenty-one-a of the real property tax law shall be conferred for any construction commenced on or after the date the restrictions contained in this paragraph takes effect for any tax lots now existing or hereafter created which are located entirely within the geographic area in the borough of Brooklyn bounded and described as follows:

BEGINNING at the intersection of the bulkhead line in the East River and Broadway extended; thence easterly along Broadway to Havemeyer street; thence northerly along Havemeyer street to Marcy avenue; thence easterly along Marcy avenue to Union avenue; thence northerly along Union avenue to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway; thence easterly along the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to Skillman avenue; thence easterly along Skillman avenue to Lorimer street; thence northerly along Lorimer street to Jackson street; thence easterly along Jackson street to Leonard street; thence northerly along Leonard street to Withers street; thence easterly along Withers street to Manhattan avenue; thence northerly along Manhattan avenue to Frost street; thence easterly along Frost street to via Vespucci; thence northerly along via Vespucci to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway; thence easterly along the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to Russell street; thence northerly along Russell street to Engert avenue; thence westerly along Engert avenue to McGuinness boulevard; thence northerly along McGuinness boulevard to Driggs avenue; thence westerly along Driggs avenue to Manhattan avenue; thence northerly along Manhattan avenue to Clay street; thence easterly along Clay street to McGuinness boulevard; thence northerly along McGuinness boulevard to the intersection of McGuinness boulevard extended and the bulkhead line in Newtown Creek; thence southerly along said bulkhead line to the place of the beginning.

§ 2.  This local law shall take effect one year after the date of its enactment.

 

LS# 2358 amended

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