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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/26/2019 1:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers - City Hall
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    1.ROLL CALL      Roll call Video Video
    2.INVOCATION - Delivered by: Rev. Thomas John Vencuss, President, Board of Directors, New York Disaster Interfaith Services & Coordinator of Disaster Recovery Ministries located at 4 W 43rd Street, Suite #407, New York, NY 10036. Motion to spread the Invocation in full upon the record by Council Member Powers.      Video Video
    3.ADOPTION OF MINUTES - Motion that the Minutes of the Stated Meeting of October 17, 2019 be adopted as printed by Council Member Lander.      Video Video
    4.MESSAGES & PAPERS FROM THE MAYOR - None      Not available
    5.COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY, COUNTY & BOROUGH OFFICES - None      Not available
    6.PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS - None      Not available
    7.LAND USE CALL-UPS      Video Video
M 0195-2019 *James G. Van Bramer  Zoning, Dai Hachi Sushi Corporation, Queens (20205036 TCQ)Land Use Call-Up Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
    8.COMMUNICATION FROM THE SPEAKER      Video Video
    9.DISCUSSION OF GENERAL ORDERS      Video Video
    10.REPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES - None      Not available
    11.REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES      Video Video
     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE      Not available
LU 0582-2019 *Daniel Dromm   HCCI 2, ManhattanLand Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1174-2019 *Daniel Dromm  Preconsidered - Coupled on GOLU 582 - HCCI 2, ManhattanResolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0583-2019 *Daniel Dromm   HCCI 2 Phase II, Block 1823, Lot 18; Block 2025, Lots 44, 46, 47, and 49; Block 2031, Lots 7 and 12; Manhattan.Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1175-2019 *Daniel Dromm  Preconsidered - Coupled on GOLU 583 - HCCI 2 Phase II, Block 1823, Lot 18; Block 2025, Lots 44, 46, 47, and 49; Block 2031, Lots 7 and 12; Manhattan.Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0584-2019 *Daniel Dromm   Jamie’s Place Apartments, Block 1645, Lots 12 and 59; Block 1768, Lots 1 and 7; Block 1767, Lot 60; Manhattan.Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1176-2019 *Daniel Dromm  Preconsidered - Coupled on GOLU 584 - Jamie’s Place Apartments, Block 1645, Lots 12 and 59; Block 1768, Lots 1 and 7; Block 1767, Lot 60; Manhattan.Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0585-2019 *Daniel Dromm   1415-1417 Wythe Place Pillars, Block 2843, Lot 93; Bronx, Community District No. 4, Council District No. 14.Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1177-2019 *Daniel Dromm  Preconsidered - Coupled on GOLU 585 - 1415-1417 Wythe Place Pillars, Block 2843, Lot 93; Bronx, Community District No. 4, Council District No. 14.Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0586-2019 *Daniel Dromm   West 141st Street Cluster, Block 2009, Lot 45; Block 2010, Lot 21; Manhattan, Community District No. 10, Council District No. 9.Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1178-2019 *Daniel Dromm  Preconsidered - Coupled on GOLU 586 - West 141st Street Cluster, Block 2009, Lot 45; Block 2010, Lot 21; Manhattan, Community District No. 10, Council District No. 9.Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0587-2019 *Daniel Dromm   1045 Anderson Ave HDFC.GHPP.FY20, BronxLand Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1179-2019 *Daniel Dromm  Preconsidered - Coupled on GOLU 587 - 1045 Anderson Ave HDFC.GHPP.FY20, BronxResolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0588-2019 *Daniel Dromm   1015 Anderson Avenue HDFC.GHPP.FY20, BronxLand Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1180-2019 *Daniel Dromm  Preconsidered - Coupled on GOLU 588 - 1015 Anderson Avenue HDFC.GHPP.FY20, BronxResolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0589-2019 *Daniel Dromm   Timpson HDFC.HRP.FY20, BronxLand Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1181-2019 *Daniel Dromm  Preconsidered - Coupled on GOLU 589 - Timpson HDFC.HRP.FY20, BronxResolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON HEALTH      Not available
Int 1362-2019 AMark Levine Amended and Coupled on GOProhibiting the sale of flavored electronic cigarettes and flavored e-liquids and conducting outreach regarding the availability of smoking cessation services.IntroductionThis bill would ban the sale of flavored electronic cigarettes and flavored e-liquids in New York City, including mint, menthol and wintergreen electronic cigarettes and e-liquids. This bill also creates a presumption that an electronic cigarette retail dealer in possession of six or more flavored electronic cigarettes, or more than 12 fluid ounces (or 354.882 mL) of e-liquids, has intent to sell or offer for sale. The bill also requires DOHMH to conduct a public information and awareness campaign to educate the public regarding the availability of smoking cessation services.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON HOUSING AND BUILDINGS      Not available
Int 1661-2019 ARobert E. Cornegy, Jr. Amended and Coupled on GOProvide construction workers with information pertaining to site safety training during site safety orientations and refreshers.IntroductionThis bill would require construction workers at certain construction sites to receive relevant information regarding site safety training during site safety orientations and refreshers in, at minimum, the designated citywide languages. It would also amend the effective date of Int. No. 720-C to ensure that updated site safety training requirements are retroactive to the effective date of Local Law 196 of 2017.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON LAND USE      Not available
LU 0561-2019 *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, 101 Fleet Place Rezoning, Brooklyn (C 180524 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 0562-2019 *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, 101 Fleet Place Rezoning, Brooklyn (N 180525 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 0576-2019 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 6003 8th Avenue Rezoning, Brooklyn (C 190305 ZMK)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 1182-2019 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on GOLU 576 - Zoning, 6003 8th Avenue Rezoning, Brooklyn (C 190305 ZMK)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION      Not available
Int 0314-2018 AYdanis A. Rodriguez Amended and Coupled on GOReporting on the improper use of city-issued parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would require the Police Department to issue periodic reports on the improper use of city-issued parking permits. The reports would include information on the number of summonses the Police Department issued in connection with the improper use of city-issued parking permits, disaggregated by the section of the traffic rules that was violated. The reports would be due every six months and would cover the preceding six month period. The first report would be due no later than June of 2020, and the final report would be due no later than January of 2024.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0596-2018 BThe Public Advocate (Mr. Williams) Amended and Coupled on GOIncreasing the fine for the use of unauthorized or fraudulent parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would increase the fine for unauthorized or fraudulent city-issued parking permits from $250 to $500.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0927-2018 ACorey D. Johnson Amended and Coupled on GOCreating an electronic tracking system for city-issued parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would require the Police Department to create a centralized electronic tracking system for all city-issued parking permits. The system would record all summonses issued in relation to the improper use of the parking permits, and would allow the Police Department to verify in real time the validity of the permits. The Department of Transportation and the Department of Education would be required to provide information to the Police Department about parking permits that those departments issue. Finally, the Police Department would be required to issue monthly reports to agencies whose employees have parking permits about any summonses received by those employees for misuse of their parking permits.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0932-2018 AMargaret S. Chin Amended and Coupled on GOMisuse of city-issued parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would require parking permits issued by the Police Department to be revoked in accordance with the disciplinary rules of that department, and would require all other city-issued parking permits to be revoked from individuals who: (1) receive three or more violations of a rule or law related to the misuse of the parking permit; (2) receive any violation of section 19-166 of the Administrative Code, which relates to unauthorized or fraudulent use of a parking permit; or (3) have unpaid parking or traffic violations in excess of $350.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0942-2018 APeter A. Koo Amended and Coupled on GODeveloping and publishing a comprehensive plan regarding the distribution and use of city-issued parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would require each city agency making use of city-issued parking permits to develop a plan regarding that agency’s distribution and use of the parking permits, including criteria for distribution, an assessment of the appropriate number of permits for that agency, and proposed steps to curb unnecessary permit issuance. These agency plans would be due to an agency or office designated by the mayor by November 1, 2020. The agency or office designated by the mayor would then be required to use those agency plans to develop a comprehensive, citywide plan for the distribution and use of city-issued parking permits. This comprehensive plan would be due December 1, 2020, and would be posted online. Finally, the comprehensive plan would be reviewed at least once every five years and revised as appropriate.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1393-2019 ACorey D. Johnson Amended and Coupled on GOParking enforcement.IntroductionThis bill would require the Police Department (NYPD) to evaluate at least 50 sites a week for a period of six months for illegal parking. The sites would be selected based on a review of complaints and summonses relating to the misuse of parking permits and obstruction of a bicycle lane, bus lane, sidewalk, crosswalk, or fire hydrant by a vehicle, as well as traffic crashes and moving violations. The evaluations would include photographic documentation of vehicles parked at the site and a list of enforcement actions. This information would be submitted the Council, the Mayor, and the Department of Investigation (DOI). By September 30, 2020, DOI would conduct an investigation and publish a report on the issuance of parking permits and enforcement of parking laws, including an analysis of the information submitted by NYPD.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1394-2019 ACorey D. Johnson Amended and Coupled on GOCity vehicles obstructing a bicycle lane, bus lane, sidewalk, crosswalk, or fire hydrant.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit official City vehicles from blocking a bike lane, bus lane, crosswalk, sidewalk, or fire hydrant.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1395-2019 ACorey D. Johnson Amended and Coupled on GOReporting parking complaints to 311.IntroductionThis bill would require 311 to accept complaints and photographs related to illegal parking and the misuse of parking permits. The City would be required to report on complaints about City vehicles blocking a bike lane, bus lane, crosswalk, sidewalk, or fire hydrant.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 1422-2019 AKeith Powers  Amended and Coupled on GOCity-issued parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would create a standardized application process for City-issued parking permits. Permits could only be issued by the Department of Transportation (DOT), the Police Department, and the Department of Education, if delegated such authority by DOT. Applications would be sponsored by City agencies and each applicant would be required to state the need for the permit. Information on the number of permits requested and issued, disaggregated by sponsoring agency, would be posted online.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
    12.GENERAL ORDERS CALENDAR      Video Video
T2018-1849 * ~coupledCoupled on GOCommissioner of DeedsCommissioner of Deeds Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
    ~coupledCOUPLED ON GENERAL ORDER CALENDAR      Not available
    ~coupledFINANCE      Not available
Res 1174-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~coupledPreconsidered - GOLU 582 - HCCI 2, ManhattanResolution    Action details Not available
Res 1175-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~coupledPreconsidered - GOLU 583 - HCCI 2 Phase II, Block 1823, Lot 18; Block 2025, Lots 44, 46, 47, and 49; Block 2031, Lots 7 and 12; Manhattan.Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1176-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~coupledPreconsidered - GOLU 584 - Jamie’s Place Apartments, Block 1645, Lots 12 and 59; Block 1768, Lots 1 and 7; Block 1767, Lot 60; Manhattan.Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1177-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~coupledPreconsidered - GOLU 585 - 1415-1417 Wythe Place Pillars, Block 2843, Lot 93; Bronx, Community District No. 4, Council District No. 14.Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1178-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~coupledPreconsidered - GOLU 586 - West 141st Street Cluster, Block 2009, Lot 45; Block 2010, Lot 21; Manhattan, Community District No. 10, Council District No. 9.Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 1179-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~coupledPreconsidered - GOLU 587 - 1045 Anderson Ave HDFC.GHPP.FY20, BronxResolution    Action details Not available
Res 1180-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~coupledPreconsidered - GOLU 588 - 1015 Anderson Avenue HDFC.GHPP.FY20, BronxResolution    Action details Not available
Res 1181-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~coupledPreconsidered - GOLU 589 - Timpson HDFC.HRP.FY20, BronxResolution    Action details Not available
    ~coupledHEALTH      Not available
Int 1362-2019 AMark Levine~coupledA and GOProhibiting the sale of flavored electronic cigarettes and flavored e-liquids and conducting outreach regarding the availability of smoking cessation services.IntroductionThis bill would ban the sale of flavored electronic cigarettes and flavored e-liquids in New York City, including mint, menthol and wintergreen electronic cigarettes and e-liquids. This bill also creates a presumption that an electronic cigarette retail dealer in possession of six or more flavored electronic cigarettes, or more than 12 fluid ounces (or 354.882 mL) of e-liquids, has intent to sell or offer for sale. The bill also requires DOHMH to conduct a public information and awareness campaign to educate the public regarding the availability of smoking cessation services.   Action details Not available
    ~coupledHOUSING AND BUILDINGS      Not available
Int 1661-2019 ARobert E. Cornegy, Jr.~coupledA and GOProvide construction workers with information pertaining to site safety training during site safety orientations and refreshers.IntroductionThis bill would require construction workers at certain construction sites to receive relevant information regarding site safety training during site safety orientations and refreshers in, at minimum, the designated citywide languages. It would also amend the effective date of Int. No. 720-C to ensure that updated site safety training requirements are retroactive to the effective date of Local Law 196 of 2017.   Action details Not available
    ~coupledLAND USE      Not available
Res 1182-2019 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 576 - Zoning, 6003 8th Avenue Rezoning, Brooklyn (C 190305 ZMK)Resolution    Action details Not available
    ~coupledTRANSPORTATION      Not available
Int 0314-2018 AYdanis A. Rodriguez~coupledA and GOReporting on the improper use of city-issued parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would require the Police Department to issue periodic reports on the improper use of city-issued parking permits. The reports would include information on the number of summonses the Police Department issued in connection with the improper use of city-issued parking permits, disaggregated by the section of the traffic rules that was violated. The reports would be due every six months and would cover the preceding six month period. The first report would be due no later than June of 2020, and the final report would be due no later than January of 2024.   Action details Not available
Int 0596-2018 BThe Public Advocate (Mr. Williams)~coupledA and GOIncreasing the fine for the use of unauthorized or fraudulent parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would increase the fine for unauthorized or fraudulent city-issued parking permits from $250 to $500.   Action details Not available
Int 0927-2018 ACorey D. Johnson~coupledA and GOCreating an electronic tracking system for city-issued parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would require the Police Department to create a centralized electronic tracking system for all city-issued parking permits. The system would record all summonses issued in relation to the improper use of the parking permits, and would allow the Police Department to verify in real time the validity of the permits. The Department of Transportation and the Department of Education would be required to provide information to the Police Department about parking permits that those departments issue. Finally, the Police Department would be required to issue monthly reports to agencies whose employees have parking permits about any summonses received by those employees for misuse of their parking permits.   Action details Not available
Int 0932-2018 AMargaret S. Chin~coupledA and GOMisuse of city-issued parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would require parking permits issued by the Police Department to be revoked in accordance with the disciplinary rules of that department, and would require all other city-issued parking permits to be revoked from individuals who: (1) receive three or more violations of a rule or law related to the misuse of the parking permit; (2) receive any violation of section 19-166 of the Administrative Code, which relates to unauthorized or fraudulent use of a parking permit; or (3) have unpaid parking or traffic violations in excess of $350.   Action details Not available
Int 0942-2018 APeter A. Koo~coupledA and GODeveloping and publishing a comprehensive plan regarding the distribution and use of city-issued parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would require each city agency making use of city-issued parking permits to develop a plan regarding that agency’s distribution and use of the parking permits, including criteria for distribution, an assessment of the appropriate number of permits for that agency, and proposed steps to curb unnecessary permit issuance. These agency plans would be due to an agency or office designated by the mayor by November 1, 2020. The agency or office designated by the mayor would then be required to use those agency plans to develop a comprehensive, citywide plan for the distribution and use of city-issued parking permits. This comprehensive plan would be due December 1, 2020, and would be posted online. Finally, the comprehensive plan would be reviewed at least once every five years and revised as appropriate.   Action details Not available
Int 1393-2019 ACorey D. Johnson~coupledA and GOParking enforcement.IntroductionThis bill would require the Police Department (NYPD) to evaluate at least 50 sites a week for a period of six months for illegal parking. The sites would be selected based on a review of complaints and summonses relating to the misuse of parking permits and obstruction of a bicycle lane, bus lane, sidewalk, crosswalk, or fire hydrant by a vehicle, as well as traffic crashes and moving violations. The evaluations would include photographic documentation of vehicles parked at the site and a list of enforcement actions. This information would be submitted the Council, the Mayor, and the Department of Investigation (DOI). By September 30, 2020, DOI would conduct an investigation and publish a report on the issuance of parking permits and enforcement of parking laws, including an analysis of the information submitted by NYPD.   Action details Not available
Int 1394-2019 ACorey D. Johnson~coupledA and GOCity vehicles obstructing a bicycle lane, bus lane, sidewalk, crosswalk, or fire hydrant.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit official City vehicles from blocking a bike lane, bus lane, crosswalk, sidewalk, or fire hydrant.   Action details Not available
Int 1395-2019 ACorey D. Johnson~coupledA and GOReporting parking complaints to 311.IntroductionThis bill would require 311 to accept complaints and photographs related to illegal parking and the misuse of parking permits. The City would be required to report on complaints about City vehicles blocking a bike lane, bus lane, crosswalk, sidewalk, or fire hydrant.   Action details Not available
Int 1422-2019 AKeith Powers ~coupledA and GOCity-issued parking permits.IntroductionThis bill would create a standardized application process for City-issued parking permits. Permits could only be issued by the Department of Transportation (DOT), the Police Department, and the Department of Education, if delegated such authority by DOT. Applications would be sponsored by City agencies and each applicant would be required to state the need for the permit. Information on the number of permits requested and issued, disaggregated by sponsoring agency, would be posted online.   Action details Not available
    ~coupledGENERAL ORDER CALENDAR      Not available
T2018-1849 * ~coupledGOCommissioner of DeedsCommissioner of Deeds    Action details Not available
          Pass Not available
    13.INTRODUCTION & READING OF BILLS (SEE BELOW)      Video Video
    14.DISCUSSION OF RESOLUTIONS      Video Video
    15.RESOLUTIONS - None      Not available
    16.GENERAL DISCUSSION      Video Video
    17.EXTENSION OF REMARKS      Video Video
     INTRODUCTION AND READING OF BILLS      Not available
Int 1802-2019 *Adrienne E. Adams~SPONSORFire and Emergency ManagementRequiring fire safety notices to be posted in all multiple dwellings and homeless shelters.IntroductionThis bill would require the fire department to develop and post on its website fire safety notices which contain evacuation procedures for fires occurring inside of multiple dwellings. This bill would also require owners of multiple dwellings and homeless shelters to post the fire safety notices on the inside of the door to each apartment or area used to accommodate homeless individuals or families.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1803-2019 *Margaret S. Chin~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsAdding conditions for the revocation of vacate orders.IntroductionThis bill would create conditions that the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) may impose on building owners before lifting vacate orders. These conditions include (1) requiring building owners provide tenants of the vacated buildings with either temporary dwellings or assistance in relocating to temporary dwellings; (2) requiring that building owners notify building tenants that they have a right to reoccupy the buildings once the buildings may be legally reoccupied; and (3) requiring that building owners notify building tenants that the building owners will permit the tenants to reoccupy the building. This bill further requires building owners to notify both the building tenants and HPD when buildings are ready for reoccupancy. Finally, this bill penalizes building owners who permit tenants to move into buildings with vacate orders before the buildings may legally be reoccupied.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 1172-2019 *Robert E. Cornegy, Jr.~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsFailure to raise the defense of lack of standing in a mortgage foreclosure action. (A.5619/S.5160)Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1804-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~SPONSORParks and RecreationPosting signs promoting the prohibition from leaving dog waste on the ground.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Parks and Recreation to post signs at the entrances or exits of parks and park facilities stating the rule prohibiting a person from leaving dog waste on the ground. This bill would also require the Department of Transportation to post signs at the site of a complaint if a complaint or request has been made to 311 concerning the removal of dog waste from sidewalks or pedestrian plazas. The Department of Transportation would also be required to report on the number and location of signs posted and the number of 311 complaints or requests received by the department.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1805-2019 *Vanessa L. Gibson~SPONSORSmall BusinessCreation of a commerical landlord watch list.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Small Business Services to establish and maintain a commercial landlord watch list. This watch list would include any commercial landlord who, within the past 10 years, has been found by a court of competent jurisdiction to have engaged in commercial tenant harassment within the meaning of section 22-902 of the Administrative Code. In addition, the watch list would include any commercial landlord who, within the past three years, has engaged in a pattern of behavior that in the opinion of the Commissioner is consistent with harassment or exploitation of a commercial tenant.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1806-2019 *Peter A. Koo~SPONSORTechnologyReporting on automated decision systems used by city agencies.IntroductionAutomated decision systems are computerized implementations of algorithms, which are used to make or assist in making decisions. This bill would require city agencies to provide information regarding every automated decision system used by the agency during the prior calendar year to the Mayor’s Office of Operations. Such information would include what each automated decision system is intended to measure or reveal and a description of the decisions made or based on such system. The Mayor’s Office of Operations would be required to compile the information received by city agencies and report it to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council every year.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1807-2019 *Karen Koslowitz~SPONSORHealthRequiring dogs to be restrained in public places.IntroductionThis bill would require all dogs to be leashed or otherwise restrained, except in an area designated as a dog run by the Department of Parks and Recreation. This bill would also require the Department of Parks and Recreation to post signs in areas where dogs were previously permitted to be unrestrained during certain hours stating that dogs must now be restrained in such areas, and to report on park areas that may be utilized as dog runs.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1808-2019 *Mark Levine~SPONSORHealthExamining the causes and conditions surrounding HIV/AIDS-related deaths in NYC.IntroductionThe proposed legislation would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) to conduct a study of all HIV/AIDS-related deaths in the city between 2017 and 2019 to assess the causes and circumstances that lead to each death. The department would submit a report to the Council no later than December 31, 2020, outlining the findings of such study. The goal of this legislation is to understand where existing gaps in HIV/AIDS services exist, and how the City can address these gaps.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1809-2019 *Mark Levine~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsRequiring landlords to obtain and provide tenants with the previous six years of rental history.IntroductionThis bill would require owners of multiple dwellings to obtain at least the previous six years rent history from the department of housing and community renewal for each dwelling unit, if available, and provide such information to the current tenant of each such dwelling unit.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 1173-2019 *Carlos Menchaca~SPONSORImmigrationMaintain the availability of asylum-related protections for individuals and families with a well-founded fear of persecution due to domestic or gang-related violence.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1810-2019 *I. Daneek Miller~SPONSORCivil Service and LaborHealth insurance coverage for surviving family members of certain deceased employees of the dept of transportation.IntroductionThis bill amends the Administrative Code to provide that surviving family members (surviving spouse, domestic partner and children) of DOT roadway repair & maintenance division and bridges division employees who did on or after Oct. 21, 2019 and before Oct. 23, 2019 will continue to receive health insurance coverage.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1811-2019 *Keith Powers ~SPONSORTransportationCreation of a theatre district safety zone.IntroductionThis bill would create a pedestrian safety zone in the Theatre District in Manhattan. In the zone, the Department of Transportation would be required to establish additional pedestrian flow zones to accommodate demand and would have the authority to add new designated activity zones or adjust existing zones. The bill would require that persons engaged in designated activities be deemed to be engaged in such activities for the entirety of their interactions with the public for the purpose of offering goods, services, or entertainment. The bill would also require the creation of an interagency working group to ensure communication and coordination on issues related to designated activities conducted in the Theatre District safety zone.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1812-2019 *Carlina Rivera ~SPONSORTransportationEstablishing an office of active transportation and an active transportation advisory board.IntroductionThis bill would establish an Office of Active Transportation and an Active Transportation Advisory Board. The Advisory Board would consist of 12 members: eight appointed by the Speaker of the Council and four appointed by the Mayor. The Office would grow and improve active transportation by coordinating infrastructure and policy initiatives, conducting outreach, reviewing information on complaints and violations, and serving as a liaison between active transportation users, residents, and government. The Office would also help active transportation users navigate City licensing and permitting requirements. The Office would also submit an annual report advising the Mayor and various agencies on active transportation trends and make policy recommendations on an ongoing basis.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1813-2019 *Ydanis A. Rodriguez~SPONSORTransportationEstablishing an office of pedestrians.IntroductionThis bill would require the mayor to establish an Office of Pedestrians, either as a stand-alone office or within a city agency. The office would be led by a director whom the mayor or, if the office is within an agency, an agency head would appoint. The director’s primary responsibilities would include issuing policy recommendations and serving as an intermediary between pedestrians and city agencies, with the goal of improving pedestrian safety in the city. The director would also be required to submit an annual report detailing the office’s activities.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 1814-2019 *James G. Van Bramer~SPONSORCultural Affairs, Libraries and International Intergroup RelationsSelection of outdoor works of art for the percent for art program.IntroductionThis bill would require at least 50 percent of all chosen art works funded through the Percent for Art program during each fiscal year, beginning in fiscal year 2021, to be installed outdoors. It would also require the Department of Cultural Affairs to provide more information on the art works on the Percent for Art website.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0582-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~SPONSORPreconsidered - FinanceHCCI 2, ManhattanLand Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0583-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~SPONSORPreconsidered - FinanceHCCI 2 Phase II, Block 1823, Lot 18; Block 2025, Lots 44, 46, 47, and 49; Block 2031, Lots 7 and 12; Manhattan.Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0584-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~SPONSORPreconsidered - FinanceJamie’s Place Apartments, Block 1645, Lots 12 and 59; Block 1768, Lots 1 and 7; Block 1767, Lot 60; Manhattan.Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0585-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~SPONSORPreconsidered - Finance1415-1417 Wythe Place Pillars, Block 2843, Lot 93; Bronx, Community District No. 4, Council District No. 14.Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0586-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~SPONSORPreconsidered - FinanceWest 141st Street Cluster, Block 2009, Lot 45; Block 2010, Lot 21; Manhattan, Community District No. 10, Council District No. 9.Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0587-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~SPONSORPreconsidered - Finance1045 Anderson Ave HDFC.GHPP.FY20, BronxLand Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0588-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~SPONSORPreconsidered - Finance1015 Anderson Avenue HDFC.GHPP.FY20, BronxLand Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0589-2019 *Daniel Dromm ~SPONSORPreconsidered - FinanceTimpson HDFC.HRP.FY20, BronxLand Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0590-2019 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORLandmarks, Public Sitings and DispositionsLandmarks, MMN1902 – LEMLE West 117th Street, Manhattan (20205152 HAM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0590-2019 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, MMN1902 – LEMLE West 117th Street, Manhattan (20205152 HAM)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0591-2019 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Dai Hachi Sushi Corporation, Queens (20205036 TCQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0591-2019 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Dai Hachi Sushi Corporation, Queens (20205036 TCQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available