Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/12/2022 1:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers - City Hall
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    1.ROLL CALL      Roll call Not available
    2.INVOCATION - Delivered by: Rabbi Yossi Mendelson, Congregation Machane Chodosh, located at 67-29 108th Street, Forest Hills, NY 11375. Motion to spread the Invocation in full upon the record by Council Member Schulman.      Not available
    3.ADOPTION OF MINUTES - Motion that the Minutes of the Stated Meeting of September 14, 2022 be adopted as printed by Council Member Feliz.      Not available
    4.MESSAGES & PAPERS FROM THE MAYOR      Not available
M 0094-2022 *  Received, Ordered, Printed and FiledSubmitting Executive Order No. 224 of 2022 to protect the public in the event of an emergency, regarding a state of emergency declared to exist within the City of New York based on the arrival of thousands of individuals and families seeking asylum.Mayor's Message Rcvd, Ord, Prnt, Fld by Council  Action details Not available
M 0095-2022 *  Rules, Privileges and ElectionsGregorio Mayers, a Commissioner of the New York City Local Conditional Release CommissionMayor's Message Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
M 0096-2022 *  Rules, Privileges and ElectionsDavid Fullard, a Commissioner of the New York City Local Conditional Release CommissionMayor's Message Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
M 0097-2022 *  Rules, Privileges and ElectionsLily Shapiro, a Commissioner of the New York City Local Conditional Release CommissionMayor's Message Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
    5.COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY, COUNTY & BOROUGH OFFICES      Not available
M 0098-2022 *  Received, Ordered, Printed and FiledSubmitting to the Council for its review, the Districting Commission plan adopted at an October 6, 2022 public hearing for the division of New York City into fifty-one districts for the election of members to the New York City Council.Communication Rcvd, Ord, Prnt, Fld by Council  Action details Not available
    6.PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS - None      Not available
    7.LAND USE CALL-UPS      Not available
M 0099-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220365 ZSQ, C 220366 ZSQ, C 220368 ZSQ, C 220369 ZSQ, C 220371 ZSQ, C 220373 ZSQ, C 220374 ZSQ, C 220364 ZMQ and N 220367 ZRQ)Land Use Call-Up Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
    8.COMMUNICATION FROM THE SPEAKER      Not available
    9.DISCUSSION OF GENERAL ORDERS      Not available
    10.REPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES - None      Not available
    11.REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES      Not available
     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE      Not available
Int 0655-2022 AJustin L. Brannan Amended and Coupled on General OrdersAuthorizing an increase in the amount to be expended annually in three business improvement districts.IntroductionThis bill would authorize three existing business improvement districts throughout the City to increase the amount they expend annually as follows: Fifth Avenue Association, $8,054,663; Columbus/Amsterdam, $650,000; and Court-Livingston- Schermerhorn, $1,800,000.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON LAND USE      Not available
LU 0100-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Zoning, 2080 McDonald Avenue, Brooklyn (C 210174 ZMK)Land Use Application Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.  Action details Not available
LU 0101-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Zoning, 2080 McDonald Avenue, Brooklyn (N 210175 ZRK)Land Use Application Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.  Action details Not available
LU 0102-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Bruckner Sites Rezoning, Bronx (C 220007 ZMX)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0347-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 102 - Zoning, Bruckner Sites Rezoning, Bronx (C 220007 ZMX)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0103-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Bruckner Sites Rezoning, Bronx (N 220008 ZRX)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0348-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 103 - Zoning, Bruckner Sites Rezoning, Bronx (N 220008 ZRX)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0104-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue-DEP Site, Manhattan (C 220337 ZSM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0349-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 104 - Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue-DEP Site, Manhattan (C 220337 ZSM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0105-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue-DEP Site, Manhattan (C 220338 ZSM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0350-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 105 - Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue-DEP Site, Manhattan (C 220338 ZSM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0106-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue-DEP Site, Manhattan (C 220340 HAM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0351-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 106 - Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue/DEP Site, Manhattan (C 220340 HAM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0107-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue-DEP Site/Rialto West-UDAAP/Article XI, Manhattan (G 220017 XAM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0352-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 107 - Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue-DEP Site/Rialto West-UDAAP/Article XI, Manhattan (G 220017 XAM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0108-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, Cambria Heights-222nd Street Historic District, Queens (N 230007 HKQ)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0353-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 108 - Landmarks, Cambria Heights-222nd Street Historic District, Queens (N 230007 HKQ)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0109-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, Cambria Heights-222nd Street Historic District, Queens (N 230008 HKQ)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0354-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 109 - Landmarks, Cambria Heights-222nd Street Historic District, Queens (N 230008 HKQ)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0115-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 78-46 Metropolitan Avenue Rezoning, Queens (C 220133 ZMQ)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0355-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 115 - Zoning, 78-46 Metropolitan Avenue Rezoning, Queens (C 220133 ZMQ)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0116-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 79-18 164th Street Rezoning, Queens (C 220414 ZMQ)Land Use Application Recommitted to Committee by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0356-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 116 - Zoning, 79-18 164th Street Rezoning, Queens (C 220414 ZMQ)Resolution Recommitted to Committee by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0117-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Zoning, 40-25 Crescent Street Rezoning, Queens (C 220169 ZMQ)Land Use Application Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.  Action details Not available
LU 0118-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Zoning, 40-25 Crescent Street Rezoning, Queens (N 220170 ZRQ)Land Use Application Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.  Action details Not available
     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON WOMEN AND GENDER EQUITY      Not available
Int 0242-2022 AJennifer Gutiérrez Amended and Coupled on General OrdersEstablishment of a Marshall plan for moms task force to develop and issue recommendations on how to support working mothers, other parents, and caregivers.IntroductionThis bill would require the creation of a Marshall Plan for Moms task force to study and develop recommendations regarding how to support working mothers, other parents, and caregivers, based on a consideration of data from the previous five years. Such task force would be required to convene its first meeting within 30 days after the last member has been appointed, meet at least once each quarter, and hold at least one public hearing. The task force would be required to submit a report with its recommendations within one year of the task force’s first meeting, including a summary of information the task force considered in formulating its recommendations, which would be posted to the Commission on Gender Equity (CGE)’s website within 10 days of submission. The task force would be comprised of the heads of the following agencies and offices, or their designees: CGE, the Office for Economic Opportunity, the Office of Labor Relations, the Department of Social Services, the Department of Education, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the Comptroller. The task force would additionally include a principal, teacher, parents, owners and employees of child care programs in the city, and advocates with expertise in child care advocacy.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0477-2022 ACrystal Hudson Amended and Coupled on General OrdersEstablishing a child care task force.IntroductionThis bill would establish a child care task force (“task force”) to study how to make child care more affordable through free or low-cost child care, how to make child care more accessible for families in the city, and how to provide support and funding to child care programs and workers at such programs, taking into account: the number of children ages five and under in the city, the capacity of child care providers, the average incomes of families with children in the city, the projected costs of implementing any recommended programs, and any other considerations the task force deems relevant. The task force would be required to submit a report setting forth its findings and recommendations no later than one year after its first meeting. The task force would be comprised of the heads of the following agencies and offices, or their designees: the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Department of Buildings, the Administration for Children’s Services, and the Commission on Gender Equity. The task force would also include two members appointed by the Mayor and three members appointed by the Speaker of the Council, and would have the ability to invite other officers and representatives of relevant federal, state, and local agencies and authorities to participate in the work of the task force. The task force would be required to convene its first meeting no later than 30 days after being informed of the last task force member’s appointment, meet no less than once every three months, and the task force would dissolve 180 days after the date on which the task force submits its report.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0485-2022 AJulie Menin Amended and Coupled on General OrdersElectronic child care directory.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) to coordinate with the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DOITT), and any other relevant agency or office, to create and maintain an online website or portal with a directory of child care programs in the city. Such directory would be available in the designated citywide languages and would include, for each child care program: the program’s name, address and telephone number; ages served by such program; and the status of any permit or license required to operate the program. The directory would also include a search function that would allow users to search for child care programs by keywords, name, or location, including by borough and zip code. It would not include, however, the address or telephone number of any child care program located in a domestic violence shelter. In addition to information on child care programs, such website or portal would also include a clear and conspicuous link to a webpage that provides information on child day cares that are run by the state, but which are located within the city, and a description of the types of such child day cares.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0486-2022 AJulie Menin Amended and Coupled on General OrdersEstablishing a child care advisory board.IntroductionThis bill would establish a Child Care Advisory Board (“board”), which would be responsible for conducting studies on and issuing reports related to child care in the city, including, but not limited to, providing an annual assessment of the needs of child care programs in the city and the City’s progress towards providing universal child care. The board would also make recommendations to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council on legislation, regulation, policies, procedures and initiatives to help to make child care more affordable based on such assessments. The board would submit an annual report that includes its assessment of the needs of child care programs across the city and recommendations on how to improve child care and make it more affordable, including, but not limited to, any challenges child care programs face in providing quality child care; the City’s advancement towards universal child care, including any actions taken by City agencies or legislation or policies introduced; the projected annual costs for the next five years associated with implementing universal child care; and costs associated with expanding child care subsidies to families whose income equals up to 300% and 400% of the federal poverty guidelines. The board would be required to meet quarterly, and its meetings would be open to the public. The board would be comprised of the heads of the following agencies and offices, or their designees: the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Administration for Children’s Services, and the Department of Education. The board would additionally include, but not be limited to, one member appointed by the Mayor, one member appointed by the Speaker, one member appointed by the Comptroller, and one member appointed by the Public Advocate. The Mayor would designate one member to serve as chair of the board.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0487-2022 AJulie Menin Amended and Coupled on General OrdersEstablishing a child care subsidy information portal.IntroductionThis bill would require an agency or office designated by the Mayor, in collaboration with the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications and any other relevant agency or office, to create and maintain a publicly accessible online portal regarding child care subsidies, by February 1, 2023. The portal would be available in the designated citywide languages and would include, but not be limited to, the following information for each user of the portal, based on information provided by the user: the name of each subsidy for which such user is eligible, the eligibility requirements for each such subsidy, and instructions on how to apply for each such subsidy. The portal would also include the forms needed to apply for each subsidy, including any electronic forms available which may be submitted online through the portal.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0488-2022 AJulie Menin Amended and Coupled on General OrdersEstablishing a child care grant pilot program.IntroductionThis bill would require an administering agency designated by the Mayor to establish a three-year child care grant pilot program by July 1, 2023, from which grants may be awarded to child care programs that establish a need for assistance, in an amount that the administering agency determines appropriate to assist with maintaining such child care program’s operations. To be eligible for a grant, a child care program would need to be at significant risk of closure or displacement, file an application on a form prepared by the administering agency, certify the number of employees employed by such child care program, and meet any other requirements as determined by the administering agency. The administering agency would be required to post information about the pilot program online within one year after the commencement of the program, to be updated as appropriate. This bill would also require the administering agency to submit a report to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council no later than one year after the commencement of the program, and annually thereafter, on the grants awarded to each child care program, including, but not limited to, the name of each grant recipient, the type of child care program such grant recipient operates, and the amount of the grant received. The report would also include an overview of any challenges associated with implementing the pilot program and recommendations for whether and how such pilot program may be continued or expanded.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0489-2022 AJulie Menin Amended and Coupled on General OrdersGuidance to an owner of real property regarding facility requirements for a child care program.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to develop guidance for owners of real property regarding the facility requirements for a child care program and make such guidance available on its website. The guidance would also be required to indicate that property owners may be eligible for a tax abatement if they meet certain requirements pursuant to state law.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
    12.GENERAL ORDERS CALENDAR      Not available
Int 0179-2022 AFrancisco P. Moya Coupled on General OrdersA report on the role of women and gender non-binary, non-conforming, and intersex workers in nontraditional careers.IntroductionThis bill would require an office designated by the Mayor to submit to the Council and publish online a report containing information about the role of women and gender non-binary, non-conforming, and intersex workers in nontraditional careers no later than July 1, 2023.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0100-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 2080 McDonald Avenue, Brooklyn (C 210174 ZMK)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0357-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 100 - Zoning, 2080 McDonald Avenue, Brooklyn (C 210174 ZMK)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0101-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 2080 McDonald Avenue, Brooklyn (N 210175 ZRK)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0358-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 101 - Zoning, 2080 McDonald Avenue, Brooklyn (N 210175 ZRK)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0117-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 40-25 Crescent Street Rezoning, Queens (C 220169 ZMQ)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0359-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 117 - Zoning, 40-25 Crescent Street Rezoning, Queens (C 220169 ZMQ)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0118-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 40-25 Crescent Street Rezoning, Queens (N 220170 ZRQ)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0360-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 118 - Zoning, 40-25 Crescent Street Rezoning, Queens (N 220170 ZRQ)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
T2022-0001 * ~coupledCoupled on General OrdersCommissioner of DeedsCommissioner of Deeds Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
     COUPLED ON GENERAL ORDERS CALENDAR      Not available
    ~coupledFINANCE      Not available
Int 0655-2022 AJustin L. Brannan~coupledA and GOAuthorizing an increase in the amount to be expended annually in three business improvement districts.IntroductionThis bill would authorize three existing business improvement districts throughout the City to increase the amount they expend annually as follows: Fifth Avenue Association, $8,054,663; Columbus/Amsterdam, $650,000; and Court-Livingston- Schermerhorn, $1,800,000.   Action details Not available
    ~coupledLAND USE      Not available
Res 0347-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 102 - Zoning, Bruckner Sites Rezoning, Bronx (C 220007 ZMX)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0348-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 103 - Zoning, Bruckner Sites Rezoning, Bronx (N 220008 ZRX)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0349-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 104 - Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue-DEP Site, Manhattan (C 220337 ZSM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0350-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 105 - Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue-DEP Site, Manhattan (C 220338 ZSM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0351-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 106 - Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue/DEP Site, Manhattan (C 220340 HAM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0352-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 107 - Landmarks, 705 10th Avenue-DEP Site/Rialto West-UDAAP/Article XI, Manhattan (G 220017 XAM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0353-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 108 - Landmarks, Cambria Heights-222nd Street Historic District, Queens (N 230007 HKQ)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0354-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 109 - Landmarks, Cambria Heights-222nd Street Historic District, Queens (N 230008 HKQ)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0355-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 115 - Zoning, 78-46 Metropolitan Avenue Rezoning, Queens (C 220133 ZMQ)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0356-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 116 - Zoning, 79-18 164th Street Rezoning, Queens (C 220414 ZMQ)Resolution    Action details Not available
    ~coupledWOMEN AND GENDER EQUITY      Not available
Int 0242-2022 AJennifer Gutiérrez~coupledA and GOEstablishment of a Marshall plan for moms task force to develop and issue recommendations on how to support working mothers, other parents, and caregivers.IntroductionThis bill would require the creation of a Marshall Plan for Moms task force to study and develop recommendations regarding how to support working mothers, other parents, and caregivers, based on a consideration of data from the previous five years. Such task force would be required to convene its first meeting within 30 days after the last member has been appointed, meet at least once each quarter, and hold at least one public hearing. The task force would be required to submit a report with its recommendations within one year of the task force’s first meeting, including a summary of information the task force considered in formulating its recommendations, which would be posted to the Commission on Gender Equity (CGE)’s website within 10 days of submission. The task force would be comprised of the heads of the following agencies and offices, or their designees: CGE, the Office for Economic Opportunity, the Office of Labor Relations, the Department of Social Services, the Department of Education, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the Comptroller. The task force would additionally include a principal, teacher, parents, owners and employees of child care programs in the city, and advocates with expertise in child care advocacy.   Action details Not available
Int 0477-2022 ACrystal Hudson~coupledA and GOEstablishing a child care task force.IntroductionThis bill would establish a child care task force (“task force”) to study how to make child care more affordable through free or low-cost child care, how to make child care more accessible for families in the city, and how to provide support and funding to child care programs and workers at such programs, taking into account: the number of children ages five and under in the city, the capacity of child care providers, the average incomes of families with children in the city, the projected costs of implementing any recommended programs, and any other considerations the task force deems relevant. The task force would be required to submit a report setting forth its findings and recommendations no later than one year after its first meeting. The task force would be comprised of the heads of the following agencies and offices, or their designees: the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Department of Buildings, the Administration for Children’s Services, and the Commission on Gender Equity. The task force would also include two members appointed by the Mayor and three members appointed by the Speaker of the Council, and would have the ability to invite other officers and representatives of relevant federal, state, and local agencies and authorities to participate in the work of the task force. The task force would be required to convene its first meeting no later than 30 days after being informed of the last task force member’s appointment, meet no less than once every three months, and the task force would dissolve 180 days after the date on which the task force submits its report.   Action details Not available
Int 0485-2022 AJulie Menin~coupledA and GOElectronic child care directory.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) to coordinate with the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DOITT), and any other relevant agency or office, to create and maintain an online website or portal with a directory of child care programs in the city. Such directory would be available in the designated citywide languages and would include, for each child care program: the program’s name, address and telephone number; ages served by such program; and the status of any permit or license required to operate the program. The directory would also include a search function that would allow users to search for child care programs by keywords, name, or location, including by borough and zip code. It would not include, however, the address or telephone number of any child care program located in a domestic violence shelter. In addition to information on child care programs, such website or portal would also include a clear and conspicuous link to a webpage that provides information on child day cares that are run by the state, but which are located within the city, and a description of the types of such child day cares.   Action details Not available
Int 0486-2022 AJulie Menin~coupledA and GOEstablishing a child care advisory board.IntroductionThis bill would establish a Child Care Advisory Board (“board”), which would be responsible for conducting studies on and issuing reports related to child care in the city, including, but not limited to, providing an annual assessment of the needs of child care programs in the city and the City’s progress towards providing universal child care. The board would also make recommendations to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council on legislation, regulation, policies, procedures and initiatives to help to make child care more affordable based on such assessments. The board would submit an annual report that includes its assessment of the needs of child care programs across the city and recommendations on how to improve child care and make it more affordable, including, but not limited to, any challenges child care programs face in providing quality child care; the City’s advancement towards universal child care, including any actions taken by City agencies or legislation or policies introduced; the projected annual costs for the next five years associated with implementing universal child care; and costs associated with expanding child care subsidies to families whose income equals up to 300% and 400% of the federal poverty guidelines. The board would be required to meet quarterly, and its meetings would be open to the public. The board would be comprised of the heads of the following agencies and offices, or their designees: the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Administration for Children’s Services, and the Department of Education. The board would additionally include, but not be limited to, one member appointed by the Mayor, one member appointed by the Speaker, one member appointed by the Comptroller, and one member appointed by the Public Advocate. The Mayor would designate one member to serve as chair of the board.   Action details Not available
Int 0487-2022 AJulie Menin~coupledA and GOEstablishing a child care subsidy information portal.IntroductionThis bill would require an agency or office designated by the Mayor, in collaboration with the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications and any other relevant agency or office, to create and maintain a publicly accessible online portal regarding child care subsidies, by February 1, 2023. The portal would be available in the designated citywide languages and would include, but not be limited to, the following information for each user of the portal, based on information provided by the user: the name of each subsidy for which such user is eligible, the eligibility requirements for each such subsidy, and instructions on how to apply for each such subsidy. The portal would also include the forms needed to apply for each subsidy, including any electronic forms available which may be submitted online through the portal.   Action details Not available
Int 0488-2022 AJulie Menin~coupledA and GOEstablishing a child care grant pilot program.IntroductionThis bill would require an administering agency designated by the Mayor to establish a three-year child care grant pilot program by July 1, 2023, from which grants may be awarded to child care programs that establish a need for assistance, in an amount that the administering agency determines appropriate to assist with maintaining such child care program’s operations. To be eligible for a grant, a child care program would need to be at significant risk of closure or displacement, file an application on a form prepared by the administering agency, certify the number of employees employed by such child care program, and meet any other requirements as determined by the administering agency. The administering agency would be required to post information about the pilot program online within one year after the commencement of the program, to be updated as appropriate. This bill would also require the administering agency to submit a report to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council no later than one year after the commencement of the program, and annually thereafter, on the grants awarded to each child care program, including, but not limited to, the name of each grant recipient, the type of child care program such grant recipient operates, and the amount of the grant received. The report would also include an overview of any challenges associated with implementing the pilot program and recommendations for whether and how such pilot program may be continued or expanded.   Action details Not available
Int 0489-2022 AJulie Menin~coupledA and GOGuidance to an owner of real property regarding facility requirements for a child care program.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to develop guidance for owners of real property regarding the facility requirements for a child care program and make such guidance available on its website. The guidance would also be required to indicate that property owners may be eligible for a tax abatement if they meet certain requirements pursuant to state law.   Action details Not available
    ~coupledGENERAL ORDERS CALENDAR      Not available
Int 0179-2022 AFrancisco P. Moya~coupledGOA report on the role of women and gender non-binary, non-conforming, and intersex workers in nontraditional careers.IntroductionThis bill would require an office designated by the Mayor to submit to the Council and publish online a report containing information about the role of women and gender non-binary, non-conforming, and intersex workers in nontraditional careers no later than July 1, 2023.   Action details Not available
Res 0357-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 100 - Zoning, 2080 McDonald Avenue, Brooklyn (C 210174 ZMK)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0358-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 101 - Zoning, 2080 McDonald Avenue, Brooklyn (N 210175 ZRK)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0359-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 117 - Zoning, 40-25 Crescent Street Rezoning, Queens (C 220169 ZMQ)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0360-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 118 - Zoning, 40-25 Crescent Street Rezoning, Queens (N 220170 ZRQ)Resolution    Action details Not available
T2022-0001 * ~coupledGOCommissioner of DeedsCommissioner of Deeds    Action details Not available
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Res 0069-2022 *Julie Menin Adopted by the Committee on Women and Gender EquitySupporting the provision of financial assistance to families and child care providers in order to make child care more accessible and affordable. (S. 7595, A. 8623, S. 6706B, A. 7582A, S. 7615 and A. 8625)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
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Int 0749-2022 *Alexa Avilés~SPONSORFire and Emergency ManagementProviding food delivery workers with information on safety measures that mitigate the fire risks posed by powered mobility devices.IntroductionThis bill would require that the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection, in consultation with the Fire Department, establish materials that provide guidance on safe use and storage of powered mobility devices. Additionally, food service establishments, third-party food delivery services and third-party courier services would be required to distribute such materials to food delivery workers.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0750-2022 *Diana I. Ayala~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsProactive identification and inspection of dwellings where children are at risk of lead poisoning.IntroductionThis local law would create a proactive inspection program where the Department of Housing Preservation and Development and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene would identify at least 200 residential buildings each year that may pose a risk of lead exposure to children who reside in such buildings. Inspectors would then inspect such buildings for any lead-based paint hazards and proceed to order that any such hazards be abated.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0751-2022 *Erik D. Bottcher~SPONSORTransportation and InfrastructureNewsrack RequirementsIntroductionThe proposed legislation would establish standards regarding the placement and maintenance of newsracks.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0752-2022 *Gale A. Brewer~SPONSORFire and Emergency ManagementProhibiting the sale and assembly of second-use lithium-ion batteries.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit the sale of second-use lithium-ion batteries that have been assembled or reconditioned using cells removed from used batteries. A person who violated the proposed local law would be subject to a civil penalty. The civil penalty would range from $200 for a first violation to $1,000 for each subsequent violation within two years. It would also prohibit the assembly of such batteries.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0753-2022 *Eric Dinowitz~SPONSORGovernmental OperationsRequiring the 311 customer service center to conduct customer satisfaction surveys after each 311 call intake is closed and to publish agency report cardsIntroductionThis bill would require the 311 customer service center to (1) conduct customer satisfaction surveys after each individual call is deemed “closed,” and (2) to publish agency report cards illustrating the satisfaction and resolution rates of each agency along with the number of cases and the complaint types that each agency handles; the virtual report cards shall be updated quarterly. On July 1 of each year, the customer service center shall submit to the Council a report detailing the results of the prior year’s surveys and the most recent agency report cards.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0754-2022 *James F. Gennaro~SPONSORGovernmental OperationsRequiring individuals registering as lobbyists to complete an annual anti-sexual harassment interactive training and to provide the certification of completion as part of registration.IntroductionThis bill would require that individuals registering as lobbyists complete an annual anti-sexual harassment interactive training that meets the requirements of the City’s Human Rights Law and provide a certification showing that they have completed the training as part of registration.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0755-2022 *Kamillah Hanks~SPONSORPublic SafetyTraining first responders to prevent the unlawful dissemination of sensitive images.IntroductionThis bill would require the New York City Police Department and the Fire Department of the City of New York to train employees in how to prevent the unlawful dissemination of images or videos that depict the victim or a crime or accident. This training would be developed in consultation with the Chief Privacy Officer.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0756-2022 *Kamillah Hanks~SPONSORPublic SafetyRequiring the mayor’s office of criminal justice to provide training and operational support to not-for-profit service providers participating in the city’s crisis management system.IntroductionThis bill would require the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice to provide training and operational support to not-for-profit organizations participating in the City’s Crisis Management System (CMS). This effort will include: (i) training relevant to the delivery of services and non-profit administration; (ii) technical support ranging from business services to human resource assistance; (iii) facilitating collaboration between CMS stakeholders; and (iv) offering voluntary certifications for service provider employees.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0757-2022 *Robert F. Holden~SPONSORGeneral WelfareEstablishing a system to obtain employment and income information from a third-party for the city’s use in making determinations for benefits and services eligibility.IntroductionThis bill would require that the Department of Social Services establish a system to obtain employment and income information from a third-party for the city’s use in making determinations for benefits and services eligibility.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0758-2022 *Robert F. Holden~SPONSORTransportation and InfrastructureRequiring that every bicycle with electric assist, electric scooter and other legal motorized vehicle be licensed and registered.IntroductionThis bill would require every bicycle with electric assist, electric scooter, and other legal motorized vehicle that is not otherwise required to be registered with the DMV, to be registered with DOT and receive an identifying number which would be displayed on a visible plate affixed to the vehicle.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0759-2022 *Linda Lee~SPONSORPublic SafetyA catalytic converter etching program.IntroductionThis bill would require the Police Department to establish a program to provide the public with etchings that affix or engrave identifying numbers into catalytic converters of vehicles for the purpose of assisting law enforcement investigations and deterring theft of such parts.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0760-2022 *Julie Menin~SPONSORParks and RecreationProviding children 13 and younger with swimming lessons at no cost.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Parks and Recreation to provide swimming lessons for free to children aged 13 and younger.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0340-2022 *Julie Menin~SPONSORHealthFederal government to invest at least $100 million in gun violence research through the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0761-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORConsumer and Worker ProtectionMaximum fines for illegal postings.IntroductionPursuant to section 10-119 of the administrative code, it is unlawful to post advertisements, handbills or other such postings on sidewalks, public poles and other street furniture, as well as automobiles parked on public roads. Section 10-121 lists the penalties for such unlawful posting. For a first offense, the penalty includes a fine of not less than $75 nor more than $150. For every subsequent offence within a 12 month period, the fine is not less than $150 nor more than $250. This bill would raise the maximum fine for a second offense of illegal posting from $250 to $1,000.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0762-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORConsumer and Worker ProtectionProhibiting food vending under bridges, overpasses and elevated train structures and requiring the posting of signs near subway entrances and exits indicating that vending is prohibited within 10 feet.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit food vending under bridges, overpasses and elevated train structures. It would also require the posting of signs near subway entrances and exits indicating that vending is prohibited within 10 feet of such entrance or exit.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0763-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionIncreasing oversight of certified asbestos investigators.IntroductionThis bill would require that the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) conduct background checks of certified asbestos investigators (CAIs); CAI applicants have experience in investigating buildings for asbestos; and DEP institute a more frequent CAI audit system.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0764-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORFire and Emergency ManagementMedia in electronic emergency notifications.IntroductionThis bill would require Notify NYC messages to include relevant media, including, but not limited to, images, maps, video, and hyperlinks.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0765-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsRequiring that certain contact information be posted at work sites.IntroductionThis bill would require inclusion of the name of an individual to contact at the place of business of a property owner or contractor listed on Department of Buildings (“DOB”) “Work in Progress” information panels at work sites and sidewalk shed information panels. This bill would also require listing a phone number for the permit holder on DOB permits. Posting such individual contact information at work sites would facilitate contacting the relevant business if necessary about questions or problems at the site.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0766-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsRequiring certain insurance filings with the dept of buildings.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Buildings to collect and maintain information regarding insurance coverage provided at construction sites in a public, online database.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0767-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORPublic SafetyRequiring the police department’s property clerk to look for a claimant’s identification in seized property upon request.IntroductionThis bill would require the Police Department’s Property Clerk to search seized property for identification upon request of a claimant. Proper identification is required to redeem property that has been seized pursuant to an arrest. This bill would allow claimants to request that the Property Clerk look for identification within the property, such as a wallet, purse, or book bag. Claimants would be required to present a property voucher issued by the Police Department before the Property Clerk is required search the property.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0768-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORSanitation and Solid Waste ManagementStreet cleanliness grading system.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Sanitation (DSNY) to establish and implement a system that assigns a letter grade to each City street based on the street’s level of cleanliness. The bill would require that DSNY inspect each street at least two times per year and post on DSNY’s website the street’s cleanliness grade and description of the reasons the street received such grade.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0769-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORSanitation and Solid Waste ManagementResources for cleanup and enforcement of dumping.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Sanitation (DSNY) to prepare a report detailing the resources it needs for a dumping enforcement program and the resources that it currently has for litter pick-up and dumping prevention. Such report would include information on what resources DSNY needs to install surveillance cameras in locations where dumping is most prevalent. DSNY will submit the report to the Mayor and Speaker of the City Council and make the information publicly available.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0770-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORSanitation and Solid Waste ManagementIncreasing fines for the depositing of residential or commercial refuse into public litter baskets.IntroductionThis bill would increase fines for depositing residential or commercial refuse into public litter baskets. It would also make a third or subsequent violation a class a misdemeanor.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0771-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORTransportation and InfrastructureEstablishing maximum rates for the leasing, rental, lease-to-own and conditional purchase of for-hire vehicles.IntroductionThis bill would require the Taxi and Limousine Commission to establish maximum rates for the leasing, rental, lease-to-own and conditional purchase of for-hire vehicles.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0772-2022 *Vickie Paladino~SPONSOREducationReporting on criteria for mask mandates in schools within the city school district upon the implementation of such a mandate and monthly thereafter for the duration of such a mandate.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Education to issue monthly reports on the implementation of mask mandates for the duration of such a mandates, regarding the criteria used to determine whether to implement or maintain the mask mandate. The reports will contain justification for such criteria and note whether mental health repercussions for students are on the list of criteria. If the list of criteria omits mental health factors, the report will be required to justify that omission.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0341-2022 *Vickie Paladino~SPONSORContractsProhibit the alteration of terms and conditions of employment for all employees during a state disaster emergency.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0342-2022 *Vickie Paladino~SPONSOREducationDOE to establish rigorous scientific criteria, including an emphasis on mental health repercussions, that must be met before masking is mandated upon schoolchildren.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0343-2022 *Vickie Paladino~SPONSORGovernmental OperationsMake the extension of certain local emergency orders subject to the approval of the local governing. (S.7545 /A.9342)Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0773-2022 *Keith Powers ~SPONSOREconomic DevelopmentReducing noise caused by chartered helicopters.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit chartered helicopters from taking off and landing at heliports owned by the city if those helicopters do not meet the stage 3 noise levels for helicopters as determined by the Federal Airport Noise and Capacity Act of 1990.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0774-2022 *Keith Powers ~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionRequiring the dept of environmental protection to measure construction-related sound levels inside dwelling units upon request.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), upon the request of an owner, lessor or occupant of a dwelling unit within a building located within a half-mile radius of a construction site, to measure sound levels within such units in relation to certain DEP inspections.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0775-2022 *Keith Powers ~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionResults of noise inspections.IntroductionThis bill would mandate that the Department of Environmental Protection publish the results of their noise inspections online within 24 hours after they have been completed.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0776-2022 *Keith Powers ~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionProviding noise inspection reports.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Environmental Protection and the Police Department to give a copy of the noise inspection report created after a 311 noise complaint to anyone who requests the report and provides the 311 tracking number. The person requesting the noise inspection report would not have to submit a Freedom of Information Law request to receive the report.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0777-2022 *Keith Powers ~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionRequiring an after hours variance for the removal of construction debris.IntroductionThis bill would require any person engaging in a construction project to obtain an after hours variance when removing construction debris from a construction site before 7:00 a.m. on a weekday, after 6:00 p.m. on a weekday, or during the weekend.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0778-2022 *Keith Powers ~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionEstablishing a photo noise violation monitoring device program for motor vehicles.IntroductionThis bill would establish a noise camera program that would detect motor vehicles exceeding the noise limits under city law. Any vehicle found to be violating such limits would be issued a notice of violation and subject to the civil penalty as prescribed by the existing law. The Department of Environmental Protection would also be required to submit to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council, and to post on its website, an annual report on the program including the locations of the noise cameras, the number of violations detected, and any revenue raised as a result of the program.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0779-2022 *Public Advocate Jumaane Williams~SPONSORGeneral WelfareCreation of a taskforce to study improving safety in homeless shelters.IntroductionThis bill would create a task force to study improving safety in Department of Homeless Services (DHS) shelters. The task force would have nine members and include the DHS commissioner, who would serve as the chairperson, and appointees of the Mayor and the Council Speaker who would have background in homeless services and law enforcement. One appointed member would be a shelter resident. Within one year of the formation of the task force, it would issue a report of its recommendations. The task force would no longer exist after the issuance of the report.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0780-2022 *Public Advocate Jumaane Williams~SPONSORGeneral WelfareEstablishing a commission to develop a citywide shelter siting plan for implementation by the department of homeless services and social services.IntroductionThis bill would amend the Administrative Code by establishing a Commission on Shelter Siting composed of 15 members as follows: 5 members appointed by the City Council Speaker, 5 appointed by the Mayor, and 5 appointed by the Borough Presidents. The commission would analyze the locations of shelters across the city and develop a plan prescribing the future placement of shelters with the goal of enhancing their proximity to public transit and essential services for their residents. The commission would meet at least three times per year and produce annually a report of its activities for the Mayor and Council that includes its homeless shelter siting plan. The bill would require the commission to solicit input from community boards and the public with respect to the development of the plan. Once developed, the Department of Homeless Services would be required to implement the plan.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0781-2022 *Public Advocate Jumaane Williams~SPONSORPublic SafetyRequiring the NYPD to submit to council reports relating to motor vehicle stops.IntroductionThis bill would require the New York City Police Department to report quarterly on motor vehicle stops. The report would include when each motor vehicle stop occurred, the precinct of the officer conducting the motor vehicle stop, the age, race, and gender of the operator, the reason for the motor vehicle stop, and whether the motor vehicle stop resulted in an arrest or summons of the operator of the vehicle.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0344-2022 *Public Advocate Jumaane Williams~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsEstablishing a housing access voucher program. (A.3701B/S.2804B)Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0782-2022 *Pierina Ana Sanchez~SPONSOREducationDistributing information about after school programs.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Education to provide to distribute information about after-school programs to students.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0783-2022 *Pierina Ana Sanchez~SPONSORHealthBuilding water system maintenance and inspection.IntroductionThis bill would require a large building, a building with a water device, or a building which primarily houses people older than 65 or a building that has multiple housing units and a centralized hot water system, to develop and implement a building water system or water device management program and plan to minimize the growth and transmission of Legionella bacteria in the building’s water system. This bill also lists requirements for system maintenance, inspection and testing, cleaning and disinfection, sample monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting. The bill lays out an enforcement scheme, including DOHMH investigation and civil penalties. The bill additionally requires DOHMH to provide guidance and information sessions to building owners, and requires DOHMH to submit a report.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0784-2022 *Pierina Ana Sanchez~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsRequiring the dept of buildings to report on the efficacy of fuel oil catalyst reformers.IntroductionThis bill would require that the Department of Buildings report on whether a fuel oil catalyst reformer enhances the efficiency of heating oil.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0785-2022 *Pierina Ana Sanchez~SPONSORLand UseTracking mitigation strategies in final environmental impact statements as part of the uniform land use review process.IntroductionThis bill would require an agency of the Mayor’s choosing to include environmental mitigation strategies among the commitments tracked as part of the publically accessible online database tracking commitments made in relation to uniform land use review applications pursuant to section 206 of the Charter.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0345-2022 *Pierina Ana Sanchez~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsEstablishing a NYS office of civil representation to provide access to legal services in eviction proceedings. (A.7570C/S.6678C)Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0346-2022 *Nantasha M. Williams~SPONSORCultural Affairs, Libraries and International Intergroup RelationsRecognizing the contributions of Hip Hop to arts and culture by designating August 2023 as Hip Hop Recognition and History Month and August 11, 2023 as Hip Hop Celebration Day in the City of New York.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0125-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORLandmarks, Public Sitings and DispositionsLandmarks, Gateway, Brooklyn (G 220023 NUK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0125-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, Gateway, Brooklyn (G 220023 NUK)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0126-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220364 ZMQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0126-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220364 ZMQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0127-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (N 220367 ZRQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0127-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (N 220367 ZRQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0128-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220365 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0128-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220365 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0129-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220366 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0129-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220366 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0130-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220368 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0130-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220368 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0131-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220369 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0131-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220369 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0132-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220371 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0132-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220371 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0133-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220373 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0133-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220373 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0134-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220374 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0134-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Innovation Queens Rezoning and LSGD, Queens (C 220374 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available