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Meeting Name: Committee on Housing and Buildings Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/18/2018 9:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Committee Room - City Hall
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Int 0981-2018 *Carlina Rivera  Proposed Int. No. 981-ARegulation of short-term residential rentals.IntroductionThis bill would require online short-term (less than 30 days) rental platforms that provide booking services for a fee to provide information about those transactions to the Mayor’s Office of Special Enforcement including: • The address of the short term rental; • The name and address of the rental host; • The URL of the short term rental listing; • Whether the short term rental was for the entire unit or part of it; • The number of days the unit is rented; • The fees collected by the online platform for booking services; and • Information about rent collected by the booking service, where applicable. Platforms that solely list or advertise offers for short-term rentals would not be required to report on such listings. Any personal information obtained by the City must be protected to the fullest extent of all relevant state, federal and local laws including, where applicable, the state Freedom of Information Law and local laws 245/2017 and 247/2017, and maintained, stored and handled in a manner consistent with such laws. Failure to provide this information would result in a fine that is the greater of either $1,500 per listing for each reporting period in which the required information is not provided completely or accurately, or the total amount of the fees collected during the preceding year for transactions related to such listing, whichever is greater.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0981-2018 *Carlina Rivera   Regulation of short-term residential rentals.IntroductionThis bill would require online short-term (less than 30 days) rental platforms that provide booking services for a fee to provide information about those transactions to the Mayor’s Office of Special Enforcement including: • The address of the short term rental; • The name and address of the rental host; • The URL of the short term rental listing; • Whether the short term rental was for the entire unit or part of it; • The number of days the unit is rented; • The fees collected by the online platform for booking services; and • Information about rent collected by the booking service, where applicable. Platforms that solely list or advertise offers for short-term rentals would not be required to report on such listings. Any personal information obtained by the City must be protected to the fullest extent of all relevant state, federal and local laws including, where applicable, the state Freedom of Information Law and local laws 245/2017 and 247/2017, and maintained, stored and handled in a manner consistent with such laws. Failure to provide this information would result in a fine that is the greater of either $1,500 per listing for each reporting period in which the required information is not provided completely or accurately, or the total amount of the fees collected during the preceding year for transactions related to such listing, whichever is greater.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 0981-2018 *Carlina Rivera   Regulation of short-term residential rentals.IntroductionThis bill would require online short-term (less than 30 days) rental platforms that provide booking services for a fee to provide information about those transactions to the Mayor’s Office of Special Enforcement including: • The address of the short term rental; • The name and address of the rental host; • The URL of the short term rental listing; • Whether the short term rental was for the entire unit or part of it; • The number of days the unit is rented; • The fees collected by the online platform for booking services; and • Information about rent collected by the booking service, where applicable. Platforms that solely list or advertise offers for short-term rentals would not be required to report on such listings. Any personal information obtained by the City must be protected to the fullest extent of all relevant state, federal and local laws including, where applicable, the state Freedom of Information Law and local laws 245/2017 and 247/2017, and maintained, stored and handled in a manner consistent with such laws. Failure to provide this information would result in a fine that is the greater of either $1,500 per listing for each reporting period in which the required information is not provided completely or accurately, or the total amount of the fees collected during the preceding year for transactions related to such listing, whichever is greater.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0981-2018 ACarlina Rivera   Regulation of short-term residential rentals.IntroductionThis bill would require online short-term (less than 30 days) rental platforms that provide booking services for a fee to provide information about those transactions to the Mayor’s Office of Special Enforcement including: • The address of the short term rental; • The name and address of the rental host; • The URL of the short term rental listing; • Whether the short term rental was for the entire unit or part of it; • The number of days the unit is rented; • The fees collected by the online platform for booking services; and • Information about rent collected by the booking service, where applicable. Platforms that solely list or advertise offers for short-term rentals would not be required to report on such listings. Any personal information obtained by the City must be protected to the fullest extent of all relevant state, federal and local laws including, where applicable, the state Freedom of Information Law and local laws 245/2017 and 247/2017, and maintained, stored and handled in a manner consistent with such laws. Failure to provide this information would result in a fine that is the greater of either $1,500 per listing for each reporting period in which the required information is not provided completely or accurately, or the total amount of the fees collected during the preceding year for transactions related to such listing, whichever is greater.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available
Int 1021-2018 *Inez D. Barron PreconsideredDisapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 737 Sheffield Avenue, Brooklyn.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 737 Sheffield Avenue, also known as Block 4322, Lot 53, in the borough of Brooklyn to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.Hearing on P-C Item by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1021-2018 *Inez D. Barron  Disapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 737 Sheffield Avenue, Brooklyn.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 737 Sheffield Avenue, also known as Block 4322, Lot 53, in the borough of Brooklyn to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.P-C Item Approved by CommPass Action details Not available
Int 1022-2018 *Inez D. Barron PreconsideredDisapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 721 Van Siclen Avenue, Brooklyn.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 721 Van Siclen Avenue, also known as Block 4329, Lot 1, in the borough of Brooklyn to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.Hearing on P-C Item by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1022-2018 *Inez D. Barron  Disapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 721 Van Siclen Avenue, Brooklyn.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 721 Van Siclen Avenue, also known as Block 4329, Lot 1, in the borough of Brooklyn to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.P-C Item Approved by CommPass Action details Not available
Int 1025-2018 *Fernando Cabrera  PreconsideredDisapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 2015 Grand Avenue, Bronx.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 2015 Grand Avenue, also known as Block 2869, Lot 143, in the borough of Bronx to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.Hearing on P-C Item by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1025-2018 *Fernando Cabrera   Disapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 2015 Grand Avenue, Bronx.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 2015 Grand Avenue, also known as Block 2869, Lot 143, in the borough of Bronx to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.P-C Item Approved by CommPass Action details Not available
Int 1033-2018 *Mathieu Eugene PreconsideredDisapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 413 East 23 Street, Brooklyn.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 413 East 23 Street, also known as Block 5209, Lot 38, in the borough of Brooklyn to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.Hearing on P-C Item by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1033-2018 *Mathieu Eugene  Disapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 413 East 23 Street, Brooklyn.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 413 East 23 Street, also known as Block 5209, Lot 38, in the borough of Brooklyn to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.P-C Item Approved by CommPass Action details Not available
Int 1034-2018 *Vanessa L. Gibson PreconsideredDisapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 1103 Franklin Avenue, Bronx.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 1103 Franklin Avenue, also known as Block 2608, Lot 22, in the borough of Bronx to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.Hearing on P-C Item by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1034-2018 *Vanessa L. Gibson  Disapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 1103 Franklin Avenue, Bronx.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 1103 Franklin Avenue, also known as Block 2608, Lot 22, in the borough of Bronx to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.P-C Item Approved by CommPass Action details Not available
Int 1039-2018 *Andy L. King PreconsideredDisapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 3732 Laconia Avenue, Bronx.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 3732 Laconia Avenue, also known as Block 4711, Lot 16, in the borough of Bronx to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.Hearing on P-C Item by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1039-2018 *Andy L. King  Disapproval of a determination by HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 3732 Laconia Avenue, Bronx.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 3732 Laconia Avenue, also known as Block 4711, Lot 16, in the borough of Bronx to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.P-C Item Approved by CommPass Action details Not available
Int 1040-2018 *Andy L. King PreconsideredDisapproval of a determination by the HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 1314 Oakley Street, Bronx.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 1314 Oakley Street, also known as Block 4711, Lot 28, in the borough of Bronx to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.Hearing on P-C Item by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1040-2018 *Andy L. King  Disapproval of a determination by the HPD to approve the transfer of the property located at 1314 Oakley Street, Bronx.IntroductionThis bill would disprove the transfer of the property located at 1314 Oakley Street, also known as Block 4711, Lot 28, in the borough of Bronx to a third party through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Third Party Transfer program.P-C Item Approved by CommPass Action details Not available
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