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Meeting Name: Committee on Civil Service and Labor Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/13/2019 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Committee Room - City Hall
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Int 1321-2019 *Rafael L. Espinal, Jr. Proposed Int. No. 1321-CExpanding the prevailing wage law for building service employees at city development projects.IntroductionLocal Law 27 of 2012 (the “Prevailing Wage Law”) requires payment of prevailing wages to building service employees in buildings where a private developer receives at least $1,000,000 in discretionary financial assistance from the City or a City economic development entity for a City development project. The proposed bill would cover additional developers and projects by removing the current exemption in the Prevailing Wage Law for affordable housing projects and not-for-profit developers of residential projects. Accordingly, building service workers in most residential projects receiving financial assistance of at least $1,000,000 for new construction or preservation would be required to be paid the prevailing wage. The bill exempts smaller residential projects with fewer than 120 units, certain supportive housing projects, deeply affordable preservation projects and NYCHA projects financed through the federal Rental Assistance Demonstration program.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1321-2019 *Rafael L. Espinal, Jr.  Expanding the prevailing wage law for building service employees at city development projects.IntroductionLocal Law 27 of 2012 (the “Prevailing Wage Law”) requires payment of prevailing wages to building service employees in buildings where a private developer receives at least $1,000,000 in discretionary financial assistance from the City or a City economic development entity for a City development project. The proposed bill would cover additional developers and projects by removing the current exemption in the Prevailing Wage Law for affordable housing projects and not-for-profit developers of residential projects. Accordingly, building service workers in most residential projects receiving financial assistance of at least $1,000,000 for new construction or preservation would be required to be paid the prevailing wage. The bill exempts smaller residential projects with fewer than 120 units, certain supportive housing projects, deeply affordable preservation projects and NYCHA projects financed through the federal Rental Assistance Demonstration program.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1321-2019 *Rafael L. Espinal, Jr.  Expanding the prevailing wage law for building service employees at city development projects.IntroductionLocal Law 27 of 2012 (the “Prevailing Wage Law”) requires payment of prevailing wages to building service employees in buildings where a private developer receives at least $1,000,000 in discretionary financial assistance from the City or a City economic development entity for a City development project. The proposed bill would cover additional developers and projects by removing the current exemption in the Prevailing Wage Law for affordable housing projects and not-for-profit developers of residential projects. Accordingly, building service workers in most residential projects receiving financial assistance of at least $1,000,000 for new construction or preservation would be required to be paid the prevailing wage. The bill exempts smaller residential projects with fewer than 120 units, certain supportive housing projects, deeply affordable preservation projects and NYCHA projects financed through the federal Rental Assistance Demonstration program.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1321-2019 CRafael L. Espinal, Jr.  Expanding the prevailing wage law for building service employees at city development projects.IntroductionLocal Law 27 of 2012 (the “Prevailing Wage Law”) requires payment of prevailing wages to building service employees in buildings where a private developer receives at least $1,000,000 in discretionary financial assistance from the City or a City economic development entity for a City development project. The proposed bill would cover additional developers and projects by removing the current exemption in the Prevailing Wage Law for affordable housing projects and not-for-profit developers of residential projects. Accordingly, building service workers in most residential projects receiving financial assistance of at least $1,000,000 for new construction or preservation would be required to be paid the prevailing wage. The bill exempts smaller residential projects with fewer than 120 units, certain supportive housing projects, deeply affordable preservation projects and NYCHA projects financed through the federal Rental Assistance Demonstration program.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available