Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 8/11/2022 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: Monsignor Kevin Sullivan, Pastor of Church of Our Savior, and Executive Director of Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of New York, located at 59 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016. Motion to spread the Invocation in full upon the record by Council Member Powers.      Not available
    3.ADOPTION OF MINUTES -      Not available
    4.MESSAGES & PAPERS FROM THE MAYOR - None      Not available
    5.COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY, COUNTY & BOROUGH OFFICES      Not available
M 0083-2022 *  Received, Ordered, Printed and FiledCommunication from the Commissioner of the NYC Department of Investigation – Appointment of Charles M. Guria as the DOI’s Inspector General for the NYPD starting Monday, September 12, 2022.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 0084-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on Call-Up VoteZoning, Halletts North, Queens (C 220198 ZSQ, C 220206 MMQ, N 220353 ZAQ, C 220196 ZMQ and N 220197 ZRQ)Land Use Call-Up Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
M 0085-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on Call-Up VoteLandmarks, 2017 Grand Concourse, Bronx (C 220357 PQX and C 220356 HAX)Land Use Call-Up Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
          Pass 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 0600-2022 *Adrienne E. Adams Preconsidered - Coupled on General OrdersA rebate against real property taxes for certain owners of real property.IntroductionThe legislation implements a state authorizing law allowing the City to provide a rebate of real property taxes for eligible properties on fiscal year 2022 property taxes. The rebate would be the lesser of $150 or the property’s annual real estate tax liability. To be eligible for the rebate: (1) the property must be a one, two or three family residence or a dwelling unit in a cooperative or condominium; and (2) the property must be the primary residence of the owner. In addition, the income of all of the owners for whom the property serves as their primary residence cannot exceed $250,000.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0288-2022 *Justin L. Brannan Preconsidered - Coupled on General OrdersApproving the new designation and changes in the designation of certain organizations to receive funding in the Expense Budget.Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON HEALTH      Not available
Int 0086-2022 APublic Advocate Jumaane Williams Amended and Coupled on General OrdersEducation about city standards for respectful care at birth, health care proxy forms and patients’ rights.IntroductionThis bill would require an agency designated by the mayor to administer a public education program that informs the public regarding the city’s standards for respectful care at birth, as well as information regarding: the right to be free from discrimination in relation to pregnancy, childbirth or a related medical condition; reasonable workplace accommodations for persons who are pregnant or were recently pregnant and caregivers; rights for a person who is pregnant or was recently pregnant under the disability benefits law and paid family leave benefits law, earned safe and sick time act, and temporary schedule change law; and how to access information published by the New York State Department of health on appointing a health care proxy.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0409-2022 AFarah N. Louis Amended and Coupled on General OrdersIncreasing access to data on maternal mortality and morbidity.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to post the annual Maternal Mortality and Morbidity report on its website.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0472-2022 AJennifer Gutiérrez Amended and Coupled on General OrdersEstablishing a program in the department of health and mental hygiene to train doulas and provide doula services to residents in all five boroughs.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) to establish a doula program to train doulas and provide doula services to residents of marginalized neighborhoods in all five boroughs at no cost to the resident. This bill would also require the DOHMH commissioner to submit a report to the Mayor and the Speaker of the City Council on the merits of the program.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0478-2022 ACrystal Hudson Amended and Coupled on General OrdersAn outreach and education campaign on the benefits and services provided by doulas and midwives.IntroductionThis bill would require an agency designated by the mayor to administer a public education program that informs the public regarding the services offered by doulas and midwives, the evidence-based benefits of such services and free and low-cost resources related to such services in the city. It would also require the administering agency to submit to the Mayor and Speaker of the City Council, and post online, by June 30, 2024, and by June 30 every five years thereafter, a report describing the methods of targeted outreach used to comply with this law.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0482-2022 AFarah N. Louis Amended and Coupled on General OrdersRequiring the department of health and mental hygiene to provide information on polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to provide education on polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis by posting information on its website, including, but not limited to: the definitions and potential symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis; information on how to seek diagnosis and treatment, including how to procure the care of a primary care physician; and data regarding the number of individuals who are diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome or endometriosis in the city, disaggregated by age, race, ethnicity, and zip code, to the extent such data is available to the department. The department would also be required to submit a report to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council on March 1, 2023 and every year thereafter regarding education efforts on polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis conducted by the department.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0490-2022 AJulie Menin Amended and Coupled on General OrdersRequiring the provision of sexual and reproductive health services by the department of health and mental hygiene.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to provide sexual and reproductive health services and conduct research on sexual and reproductive health disparities within the city. In providing such services, the department will have the power and duty to: provide outreach, education, and support to individuals, especially low-income individuals and those without health insurance, regarding issues related to sexual and reproductive health, including but not limited to: contraception, including a broad range of methods such as long-acting reversible contraception; preconception health services; abortion services; family planning services; testing, prevention, and treatment for HIV; testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections; routine screening for breast and cervical cancer; and health education in community settings to promote reproductive health, to prevent unintended pregnancy, and to promote access to reproductive and preventive health services. The office would also make referrals to affordable and accessible services related to contraception, abortion, family planning, breast and cervical cancer screenings, and counseling, testing, and treatment for HIV and sexually transmitted infections, when determined appropriate by the department.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Int 0509-2022 AAlthea V. Stevens Amended and Coupled on General OrdersPublic education and outreach campaign on maternal mortality and morbidity and a report regarding the incidence of cesarean sections.IntroductionThis bill would require an agency designated by the mayor to administer a public education program that informs the public regarding maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity. Additionally, no later than December 30, 2024, the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene would be required to report on the number of total births in the city for the previous calendar year, disaggregated, to the extent available, by the number of vaginal births, the number of vaginal births after prior cesarean section, the number of first-time cesarean sections, the number of repeat cesarean sections. This data would be further disaggregated by whether or not the pregnancy was considered low risk. The report would also include recommendations by the department to reduce maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity, including efforts to reduce the risks associated with unplanned cesarean sections and efforts to address inequities across patient demographics.Approved by CouncilPass Action details Not available
     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON LAND USE      Not available
LU 0073-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (N 220219 ZRM)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 0074-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220220 ZMM)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 0075-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220221(A) ZSM)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 0076-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220222 PPM)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 0077-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Approved with Modifications and Referred to the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 197-(d) of the New York City Charter.Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220223 PQM)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 0086-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 1810 Randall Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (C 220203 ZMX)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0297-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Preconsidered - Coupled on General OrdersLU 86 - Zoning, 1810 Randall Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (C 220203 ZMX)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0087-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 1810 Randall Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (N 220204 ZRX)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0298-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Preconsidered - Coupled on General OrdersLU 87 - Zoning, 1810 Randall Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (N 220204 ZRX)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
    12.GENERAL ORDERS CALENDAR      Not available
Int 0179-2022 AFrancisco P. Moya Laid OverA 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.Laid Over by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0073-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (N 220219 ZRM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0299-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 73 - Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (N 220219 ZRM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0074-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220220 ZMM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0300-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 74 - Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220220 ZMM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0075-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220221(A) ZSM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0301-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 75 - Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220221(A) ZSM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0076-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220222 PPM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0302-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 76 - Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220222 PPM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
LU 0077-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220223 PQM)Land Use Application Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0303-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Coupled on General OrdersLU 77 - Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220223 PQM)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
T2022-0001 *  Coupled 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 0600-2022 *Adrienne E. Adams~coupledPreconsidered – GOA rebate against real property taxes for certain owners of real property.IntroductionThe legislation implements a state authorizing law allowing the City to provide a rebate of real property taxes for eligible properties on fiscal year 2022 property taxes. The rebate would be the lesser of $150 or the property’s annual real estate tax liability. To be eligible for the rebate: (1) the property must be a one, two or three family residence or a dwelling unit in a cooperative or condominium; and (2) the property must be the primary residence of the owner. In addition, the income of all of the owners for whom the property serves as their primary residence cannot exceed $250,000.   Action details Not available
Res 0288-2022 *Justin L. Brannan~coupledPreconsidered – GOApproving the new designation and changes in the designation of certain organizations to receive funding in the Expense Budget.Resolution    Action details Not available
    ~coupledHEALTH      Not available
Int 0086-2022 APublic Advocate Jumaane Williams~coupledA and GOEducation about city standards for respectful care at birth, health care proxy forms and patients’ rights.IntroductionThis bill would require an agency designated by the mayor to administer a public education program that informs the public regarding the city’s standards for respectful care at birth, as well as information regarding: the right to be free from discrimination in relation to pregnancy, childbirth or a related medical condition; reasonable workplace accommodations for persons who are pregnant or were recently pregnant and caregivers; rights for a person who is pregnant or was recently pregnant under the disability benefits law and paid family leave benefits law, earned safe and sick time act, and temporary schedule change law; and how to access information published by the New York State Department of health on appointing a health care proxy.   Action details Not available
Int 0409-2022 AFarah N. Louis~coupledA and GOIncreasing access to data on maternal mortality and morbidity.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to post the annual Maternal Mortality and Morbidity report on its website.   Action details Not available
Int 0472-2022 AJennifer Gutiérrez~coupledA and GOEstablishing a program in the department of health and mental hygiene to train doulas and provide doula services to residents in all five boroughs.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) to establish a doula program to train doulas and provide doula services to residents of marginalized neighborhoods in all five boroughs at no cost to the resident. This bill would also require the DOHMH commissioner to submit a report to the Mayor and the Speaker of the City Council on the merits of the program.   Action details Not available
Int 0478-2022 ACrystal Hudson~coupledA and GOAn outreach and education campaign on the benefits and services provided by doulas and midwives.IntroductionThis bill would require an agency designated by the mayor to administer a public education program that informs the public regarding the services offered by doulas and midwives, the evidence-based benefits of such services and free and low-cost resources related to such services in the city. It would also require the administering agency to submit to the Mayor and Speaker of the City Council, and post online, by June 30, 2024, and by June 30 every five years thereafter, a report describing the methods of targeted outreach used to comply with this law.   Action details Not available
Int 0482-2022 AFarah N. Louis~coupledA and GORequiring the department of health and mental hygiene to provide information on polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to provide education on polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis by posting information on its website, including, but not limited to: the definitions and potential symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis; information on how to seek diagnosis and treatment, including how to procure the care of a primary care physician; and data regarding the number of individuals who are diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome or endometriosis in the city, disaggregated by age, race, ethnicity, and zip code, to the extent such data is available to the department. The department would also be required to submit a report to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council on March 1, 2023 and every year thereafter regarding education efforts on polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis conducted by the department.   Action details Not available
Int 0490-2022 AJulie Menin~coupledA and GORequiring the provision of sexual and reproductive health services by the department of health and mental hygiene.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to provide sexual and reproductive health services and conduct research on sexual and reproductive health disparities within the city. In providing such services, the department will have the power and duty to: provide outreach, education, and support to individuals, especially low-income individuals and those without health insurance, regarding issues related to sexual and reproductive health, including but not limited to: contraception, including a broad range of methods such as long-acting reversible contraception; preconception health services; abortion services; family planning services; testing, prevention, and treatment for HIV; testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections; routine screening for breast and cervical cancer; and health education in community settings to promote reproductive health, to prevent unintended pregnancy, and to promote access to reproductive and preventive health services. The office would also make referrals to affordable and accessible services related to contraception, abortion, family planning, breast and cervical cancer screenings, and counseling, testing, and treatment for HIV and sexually transmitted infections, when determined appropriate by the department.   Action details Not available
Int 0509-2022 AAlthea V. Stevens~coupledA and GOPublic education and outreach campaign on maternal mortality and morbidity and a report regarding the incidence of cesarean sections.IntroductionThis bill would require an agency designated by the mayor to administer a public education program that informs the public regarding maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity. Additionally, no later than December 30, 2024, the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene would be required to report on the number of total births in the city for the previous calendar year, disaggregated, to the extent available, by the number of vaginal births, the number of vaginal births after prior cesarean section, the number of first-time cesarean sections, the number of repeat cesarean sections. This data would be further disaggregated by whether or not the pregnancy was considered low risk. The report would also include recommendations by the department to reduce maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity, including efforts to reduce the risks associated with unplanned cesarean sections and efforts to address inequities across patient demographics.   Action details Not available
    ~coupledLAND USE      Not available
Res 0297-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledPreconsidered – GOLU 86 - Zoning, 1810 Randall Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (C 220203 ZMX)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0298-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledPreconsidered – GOLU 87 - Zoning, 1810 Randall Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (N 220204 ZRX)Resolution    Action details Not available
    ~coupledGENERAL ORDERS CALENDAR      Not available
Res 0299-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 73 - Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (N 220219 ZRM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0300-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 74 - Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220220 ZMM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0301-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 75 - Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220221(A) ZSM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0302-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 76 - Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220222 PPM)Resolution    Action details Not available
Res 0303-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~coupledGOLU 77 - Landmarks, The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue, Manhattan (C 220223 PQM)Resolution    Action details Not available
T2022-0001 * ~coupledGOCommissioner of DeedsCommissioner of Deeds    Action details Not available
          Pass Not available
    13.INTRODUCTION & READING OF BILLS (SEE BELOW)      Not available
    14.DISCUSSION OF RESOLUTIONS      Not available
    15.RESOLUTIONS      Not available
Res 0092-2022 *Public Advocate Jumaane Williams Adopted by the Committee on HealthBlack Maternal Health Momnibus Act of 2021.Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0095-2022 *Carlina Rivera  Adopted by the Committee on HealthInforming maternity patients about the risks associated with cesarean section. (A217/S2736)Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0205-2022 *Carlina Rivera  Adopted by the Committee on HealthMaking doulas more accessible to individuals with Medicaid and those without health insurance.Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
Res 0244-2022 *Public Advocate Jumaane Williams Adopted by the Committee on HealthCenters for Disease Control and Prevention to provide expanded funding for the Healthy Start Brooklyn doula program known as By My Side in order to make doulas available to all low-income birthing people in New York City.Resolution Approved, by CouncilPass Action details Not available
    16.GENERAL DISCUSSION      Not available
    17.EXTENSION OF REMARKS      Not available
     INTRODUCTION AND READING OF BILLS      Not available
Int 0600-2022 *Adrienne E. Adams~SPONSORPreconsidered - FinanceA rebate against real property taxes for certain owners of real property.IntroductionThe legislation implements a state authorizing law allowing the City to provide a rebate of real property taxes for eligible properties on fiscal year 2022 property taxes. The rebate would be the lesser of $150 or the property’s annual real estate tax liability. To be eligible for the rebate: (1) the property must be a one, two or three family residence or a dwelling unit in a cooperative or condominium; and (2) the property must be the primary residence of the owner. In addition, the income of all of the owners for whom the property serves as their primary residence cannot exceed $250,000.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0601-2022 *Adrienne E. Adams~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionConducting continuous wastewater-based epidemiology testing and reporting on infectious diseases found in wastewater, and to repeal section 24-531 of such code, relating to the creation of a pilot program to test sewage for SARS-CoV-2 RNA.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Environmental Protection and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to conduct continuous wastewater-based epidemiology testing for infectious diseases deemed to be a local, state, national or public health emergency by state or federal authorities. This testing would include testing for the viruses that cause COVID-19 and monkeypox for as long as those diseases are declared to be a imminent threat to public health, a local, state, or national public health emergency, or a global pandemic. This bill would also require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to publish the results of wastewater testing under the program on its website on a weekly basis and issue an annual report.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0602-2022 *Adrienne E. Adams~SPONSORPublic SafetyDetermining and identifying the area commonly known as Times Square.IntroductionFor the purposes of state penal law definition of sensitive area for the carrying of guns, defines the area commonly known as Times Square. Also authorizes the New York City Police Department to promulgate such rules as may be necessary to implement the bill, including rules applicable, as appropriate, to persons with a firearms license who live or work in the area commonly known as Times Square.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0283-2022 *Adrienne E. Adams~SPONSOREducationMayor and the Chancellor of the Department of Education (DOE) to immediately reverse the DOE’s reductions to school budgets.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0603-2022 *Shaun Abreu~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionStudying the feasibility of implementing solar-ready measures for commercial buildings.IntroductionThis bill would direct the Department of Buildings (DOB), with assistance from the Department of Environmental Protection, the Fire Department, and any other relevant agency, to conduct a year-long study to determine the feasibility of implementing solar-ready measures for commercial buildings. The DOB would then be required to submit a report to the Speaker of the Council and the Mayor with the results of this study.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0604-2022 *Shaun Abreu~SPONSORTransportation and InfrastructureEstablishing priority for sidewalk repairs at developments operated by the NYCHA.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Transportation (DOT) to give priority to senior-only housing developments operated by the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), followed by non-senior only NYCHA developments when determining the order of repairs to be made at sidewalks in front of or abutting properties, when the DOT is required by law or has otherwise undertaken to make these repairs. This bill would also require DOT to report to the Council and post on the DOT website a report detailing which sidewalks have been repaired and a proposed timeline of sidewalk repairs for NYCHA developments.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0605-2022 *Joann Ariola ~SPONSORSmall BusinessCreation of a small business disaster recovery and resiliency advisory board.IntroductionThis bill would create a Small Business Disaster Recovery and Resiliency Advisory Board to study and make recommendations on potential legislation, regulation, policies, procedures and initiatives for helping small businesses engage in strategic planning to become more resilient to future natural and human-caused disasters and rebuild and reopen after suffering damage during a disaster. In addition to establishing basic procedures and requirements for the composition of the board, the bill would require that the board hold public meetings at least five times annually (once in each borough) and report its findings on May 1 of each year to the Mayor and the Council.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0606-2022 *Alexa Avilés~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionMotor vehicles idling adjacent to and within New York city parks, green spaces and playgrounds.IntroductionThis bill would require the New York Police Department, Parks Department and Department of Sanitation to issue summonses, notices of violation and/or appearance tickets to motor vehicles idling adjacent to New York City parks, green spaces and playgrounds for longer than one minute.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0607-2022 *Alexa Avilés~SPONSORParks and RecreationRequiring the department of parks and recreation to collect and report data regarding community gardens and permitting the sale of agriculture within community gardens.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Parks and Recreation to collect data on community gardens and issue an annual report summarizing this data. Additionally, this bill would require the Department of Parks and Recreation to study the citywide ecological impacts of community gardens. This bill would also direct the agency to develop a system to permit community gardens to operate farmers markets within community gardens.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0608-2022 *Diana I. Ayala~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsEnsuring compliance with accessibility requirements in submitted building construction and renovation plans.IntroductionThis bill would create an Office of Accessibility Compliance within the Department of Buildings, tasked with ensuring all submitted plans for building construction or renovation comply with Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility requirements in the Building Code, staffed with at least one registered design professional with knowledge of those requirements. This bill would also establish an annual reporting requirement on how many plans are examined and approved or rejected by the Office of Accessibility Compliance.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0609-2022 *Diana I. Ayala~SPONSORMental Health, Disabilities and AddictionEstablishing a needle, syringe and sharp buyback pilot program.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) to establish a pilot program, in consultation with overdose prevention centers (OPCs) operating in New York City, to offer financial incentives for the return of used needles, syringes, and sharps to overdose prevention centers for their disposal. The program would only be open to individuals who use OPCs for drug consumption. The bill would authorize DOHMH to set the buyback incentive, up to 20 cents per needle, syringe or sharp, with a cap of $10 per individual per day. Once implemented, the program would expire after one year and would require DOHMH to make a recommendation as to whether to make the pilot program permanent and whether to expand it.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0284-2022 *Diana I. Ayala~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsCivil Court of the City of NY to repeal the procedural directive that removed from tenants a temporary protection from default judgment that provided additional time for those who qualify under the Right to Counsel law to seek representation.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0285-2022 *Charles Barron~SPONSORCultural Affairs, Libraries and International Intergroup RelationsUnited States Congress and President to end the Cuban embargo and Cuban travel ban.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0610-2022 *Erik D. Bottcher~SPONSOREducationRequiring the Department of Education to provide information on the new National Suicide Prevention Hotline and other related resources.IntroductionThis bill would require the DOE to distribute information to students on the new National Suicide Prevention Hotline number, 988, which goes live in July 2022 and other related suicide prevention resources it deems important for students.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0611-2022 *Justin L. Brannan~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionCarbon accountingIntroductionThis local law mandates that preliminary budget accounting and executive budget accounting include an accounting of the carbon emissions, carbon offsets, carbon mitigation and net carbon impact that would be generated by each unit of appropriation in the preliminary budget, by each agency, and by the entire city government and include, where appropriate, the changes from the adopted budget for previous year to the carbon emissions, carbon offsets, carbon mitigation and net carbon impact that would be generated by each unit of appropriation in the preliminary budget, by each agency, and by the entire city government with an explanation of the cause of such changes.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0286-2022 *Justin L. Brannan~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionCorporate and government entities operating in NYC to divest from agricultural industries that benefit from deforestation and the acceleration of global warming.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0287-2022 *Justin L. Brannan~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionPromote a more sustainable and equitable energy system in New York State. (A.1326/S.1978 and A.1382/S.3032)Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0288-2022 *Justin L. Brannan~SPONSORPreconsidered - FinanceApproving the new designation and changes in the designation of certain organizations to receive funding in the Expense Budget.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0289-2022 *Justin L. Brannan~SPONSORHealthStephanie Tubbs Jones Uterine Fibroid Research and Education Act of 2021.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0290-2022 *Justin L. Brannan~SPONSORParks and RecreationCreate a New York City Parks Construction Authority.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0291-2022 *Gale A. Brewer~SPONSOREconomic DevelopmentUnited States Federal Aviation Administration to ban all non-essential helicopter travel, including tourist and chartered helicopter flights over NYC.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0292-2022 *Selvena N. Brooks-Powers~SPONSORTransportation and InfrastructureAllow commuter vans to accept hails from prospective passengers in the street, and would repeal certain provisions of law relating thereto. (S.5320)Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0612-2022 *Tiffany Cabán~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionMonitoring power plants performance.IntroductionThis bill would amend section 20 of the New York City Charter to add a new subdivision k requiring the department to track all department of environmental conservation reports on Title V power plants and, when any power plant is not in compliance with its permits, submit comments on the proposed renewal.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0613-2022 *Carmen N. De La Rosa~SPONSORConsumer and Worker ProtectionIncreasing civil penalties and prohibiting issuance of the food service establishment permit for outstanding penalties for violations of the fair work week law.IntroductionThis bill would double the maximum allowable civil penalties for certain violations of the Fair Work Week Law. Employers that violate the Fair Work Week Law for a second time within two years after a first violation could receive a civil penalty of up to $1,500 instead of $750, and for further violations, $2,000 instead of $1,000. The bill would also raise allowable civil penalties in civil actions for a pattern and practice of violations of the Fair Work Week Law to $30,000 from $15,000. Further, the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection may direct the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to suspend, revoke, deny or refuse to renew a food service establishment permit for employers that: 1) have not satisfied a fine or civil penalty for violating the Fair Work Week Law or the Earned Safe and Sick Time Act; 2) a court has found the employer has engaged in a pattern or practice of violations of the Fair Work Week Law or the Earned Safe and Sick Time Act; or 3) the employer has been ordered to pay an aggregate of $500,000 or more in penalties or monetary relief for violations of the Fair Work Week Law or the Earned Safe and Sick Time Act in a three-year period. This bill would also entitle employees of employers whose food service establishment permits are suspended are revoked to receive a severance for the first 14 days.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0614-2022 *James F. Gennaro~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionPilot program to reduce emissions from city-owned motor vehicles.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) to create a pilot program on the use of low emission exhaust pipes. The pilot program would encompass 20 percent of all motor vehicles owned by the City that are run not exclusively by electric power, because they are already zero emission vehicles. The bill would also require DCAS to provide a written report to the Speaker of the Council and post such report on its website not later than one year following the start of the pilot program. The report would include the cost of the pilot program and the emissions reduction from the program.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0615-2022 *James F. Gennaro~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionCreation of an energy efficiency program for multiple dwellings.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Housing Preservation and Development to establish an energy efficiency program for multiple dwellings, which would allow owners of multiple dwellings who undertake eligible energy efficiency measures to have civil penalties for certain violations waived or reduced.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0616-2022 *Jennifer Gutiérrez~SPONSORTechnologyRequiring an owner of a building to submit registration statements regarding biometric recognition technology utilized on the premises.IntroductionThis bill would require real property owners to submit registration statements regarding biometric recognition technology utilized on the premises. The bill would also require the department of housing preservation and development to establish a database and provide an annual report to the mayor and the city council.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0617-2022 *Shahana K. Hanif~SPONSORCivil Service and LaborEarned Safe and Sick Time ActIntroductionThis bill would amend the definition of “employee” in the Earned Safe and Sick Time Act (the Act) to extend the Act’s benefits to independent contractors who meet certain conditions.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0618-2022 *Robert F. Holden~SPONSORFinanceImposing a limit upon the real property tax levy.IntroductionThis local law would prohibit the City Council from adopting a budget for the ensuing fiscal year that would require a property tax levy to be generated that is either two percent or the rate of inflation larger, whichever is less, than the prior year’s property tax levy. The Council may authorize the passage of a budget with a larger-than-authorized levy, it is passes a resolution with a two-thirds majority stating the reasons why the exception for the ensuing fiscal year is needed.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0619-2022 *Robert F. Holden~SPONSORPublic SafetySale of aerosol spray paint cans and broad tipped indelible markers.IntroductionThis bill would require every dealer of graffiti instruments to request photo identification from the purchasers of aerosol spray paint cans or broad tipped indelible markers and to conspicuously post a notice indicating the identification requirement.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0620-2022 *Crystal Hudson~SPONSORHealthRequiring the department of health and mental hygiene to conduct monkeypox education and prevention efforts and establish an infectious disease vaccine scheduling portal.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) to develop a plan to prevent the spread of monkeypox in response to the ongoing monkeypox outbreak. DOHMH would be required to conduct an education and outreach campaign about the monkeypox outbreak, including transmission, prevention of infection, and vaccination and treatment. DOHMH would also be required to coordinate with agencies and community organizations to ensure that communities most at risk of contracting the virus and communities with low vaccine accessibility have adequate vaccine access. DOHMH would evaluate the demographics of monkeypox vaccine recipients, and adjust the hours of operation and location of vaccination sites based on such examination and the needs of communities most at risk of contracting the disease. The bill would also require DOHMH to maintain a vaccine portal that allows individuals to schedule appointments for COVID-19, monkeypox and other infectious disease vaccinations.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0293-2022 *Crystal Hudson~SPONSORHealthRequiring that the Federal Aviation Administration ensure that all approved emergency medical kits on airplanes flying within the United States include life-saving medications and devices.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0294-2022 *Crystal Hudson~SPONSORHealthUS Dept of Health and Human Services to increase the number of monkeypox vaccines available and ensure the amount of vaccines sent to NYC is reflective of the proportion of the nationwide cases for an equitable distribution and effective containment of thResolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0621-2022 *Ari Kagan~SPONSORConsumer and Worker ProtectionBanning companies that charge a fee for “student debt relief” already provided by the federal government.IntroductionThis law is intended to ban businesses that offer student debt relief services for a fee. These businesses profit by charging vulnerable individuals exorbitant monthly fees for acting as middlemen in accessing services that are otherwise free from the federal government (with a phone call). The federal Department of Education has identified this practice as a “scam” and has warned holders of federal student loans about these businesses. This law also bans advertisements on behalf of such businesses and also includes a civil cause of action for individuals who fall victim to such businesses. These businesses typically advertise with signage in store front windows with a phone number to call.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0622-2022 *Ari Kagan~SPONSORTransportation and InfrastructureSuspending meter parking regulations on the Asian Lunar New Year.IntroductionThis bill would suspend parking meters and muni-meters on the Lunar New Year.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0623-2022 *Christopher Marte~SPONSORAgingAnti-discrimination training on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression for senior service providers.IntroductionThis legislation would require senior service providers to attend a training to prevent and eliminate discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression and to take a refresher training at least once every three years. The Department would also be required to hold at least two educational sessions each year to provide counseling and training to guests and senior center members on such discrimination. Senior centers would also be required to post signs in common areas with information about discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, including how to report such instances and available avenues of relief and action.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0624-2022 *Christopher Marte~SPONSORLand UseRequiring the department of city planning to conduct a study on hostile architecture.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of City Planning (DCP), in collaboration with the Department of Buildings, the Department of Parks and Recreation and the Department of Transportation, to conduct a study on hostile architecture in New York City to determine the extent of hostile architecture and compliance with the City Zoning Resolution’s requirements for seating in public plazas. This bill would also require DCP to report the findings of the study to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council and post the report on its website within 18 months after the effective date of the local law.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0625-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsRequiring asbestos surveys and abatement after certain catastrophic events.IntroductionThis bill would require the survey and abatement of asbestos-containing materials by a building owner following the occurrence of a catastrophic event which thoroughly disturbs the structure of a building.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0626-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORTransportation and InfrastructureFerry service to Willets Point.IntroductionThis bill would require the New York City Department of Transportation to provide regular ferry service from Willets Point in Queens to the borough of Manhattan.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0627-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORTransportation and InfrastructureProviding notice and an opportunity for comment before implementing a major traffic change.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Transportation, or any other relevant agency, to provide notice and opportunity for council members, community boards and business improvement districts to provide comments before the department proceeds with eliminating a vehicular traffic lane or parking for 500 continuous feet or three continuous blocks of street usage for at least a week.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0628-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORFinanceSpecifying the sources and uses of federal funding required to be included in the database to track expenditure of COVID-19 funds.IntroductionThis bill would expand the definition of COVID-19 mitigation spending tracked in the database of COVID-19 funds required to be established pursuant to local law number 76 of 2020. In the case of federal funding allocated in response to COVID-19, this bill would specify the appropriations required to be included in such database and require that the database identify the specific act of congress appropriating the funds for each expenditure reported therein, to the extent practicable and when identifiable.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0629-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORSmall BusinessEquitable distribution of emergency funding by borough.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Small Business Services (SBS), before disbursing certain emergency loans or grants, to post on their website the number of businesses by borough that would be eligible for such loans or grants. The bill would then require the City government to disburse emergency loans or grants by borough in proportion to the estimate posted by SBS, or come within five percentage points of that number. The City government could also satisfy the requirements of this bill, even if emergency loan and grant disbursement is not made in a proportion within five percentage points of the estimate, if the government can demonstrate it made a good faith effort to do so.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Res 0295-2022 *Francisco P. Moya~SPONSORCultural Affairs, Libraries and International Intergroup RelationsRecognizing August 10 as Ecuadorian Heritage Day in NYC.Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0630-2022 *Sandy Nurse~SPONSORSanitation and Solid Waste ManagementThe tracking of street cleaning operations online.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Sanitation (DSNY) to equip street sweepers with global positioning system technology and ensure that such technology is functioning during street cleaning operations. The bill would also require DSNY to publish and maintain a page on its website that allows the public to track and confirm the completion of street cleanings, using data from global positioning system devices installed on street sweepers. This bill would also require DSNY to submit biannual reports on street cleanings to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council and post the reports on its website.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0631-2022 *Chi A. Ossé~SPONSORHealthRequiring the department of health and mental hygiene to report information regarding vaccination related to monkeypox,IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) to publish on its website and regularly update information regarding cases and vaccinations related to monkeypox in the city, including the total number of available monkeypox vaccines in New York City at the start and end of each day, the total number of diagnosed cases of monkeypox, the total number of diagnostic tests performed for monkeypox, and the total number of individuals vaccinated against monkeypox, disaggregated by borough, age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, and sexual orientation.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0632-2022 *Keith Powers ~SPONSORCivil and Human RightsProhibiting housing discrimination on the basis of arrest record or criminal history.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit housing discrimination in rentals, sales, leases, subleases, or occupancy agreements in New York City, on the basis of arrest record or criminal history. Landlords, owners, agents, employees, and real estate brokers would be prohibited from obtaining criminal record information at any stage in the process. These entities would be able to take adverse actions against current occupants for reasons other than a person’s arrest record or criminal history, as long as they are complying with laws protecting victims of domestic violence, sex offenses, or stalking. This section does not apply where federal, state, or local laws, rules or regulations require exclusion based on criminal history or require a criminal background check for eligibility. This section also does not prohibit inquiries into the NY sex offender registry, but requires that the landlord, owner, agents and brokers provide the applicant written notice about the inquiry, and a reasonable amount of time, not more than 3 days, to withdraw the application. The bill also outlines a fair housing process for applicants to dispute an adverse action based on arrest record or criminal history. This bill does not apply to two-family owner-occupied housing or rooms in owner-occupied housing. Covered entities would not be liable under other laws for complying with this law.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0633-2022 *Keith Powers ~SPONSOREnvironmental ProtectionCreation of a permanent COVID-19 wastewater testing program and the reporting of testing results, and to repeal section 24-531 of such code, relating to the creation of a pilot program to test sewage for SARS-CoV-2 RNA.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Environmental Protection and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to permanently establish the COVID-19 Wastewater Testing Program initially established through Local Law 28 of 2021. This bill would also require publication of the results of wastewater testing under the program on the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s website on a weekly basis. Finally, the bill would also require DOHMH, in consultation with DEP, to submit a report on the COVID-19 wastewater Testing Program to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council by August 31 of each year.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0634-2022 *Public Advocate Jumaane Williams~SPONSORCriminal JusticeVideoconferencing services for individuals in custody of the department of correction.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Correction to provide free videoconferencing services to individuals within the custody of the department.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0635-2022 *Public Advocate Jumaane Williams~SPONSORPublic SafetyRequiring the police dept to report on custodial interrogations of minors,IntroductionThis bill would require the commissioner of the New York City Police Department (“NYPD”) to issue a quarterly report on custodial interrogations of minors. Such report would include the total number of times the department attempted to conduct a custodial interrogation of a minor in the previous quarter, disaggregated by: the race, age, and gender of the minor; the precinct of the arresting officer; the borough where the arrest took place; whether a parent or legal guardian of the minor was informed of the arrest prior to the interrogation; whether the minor spoke to an attorney prior to the interrogation; whether the minor was notified of their Miranda Rights; and whether the minor waived such rights. The first report would be due on January 30, 2023 and would be posted on the NYPD website and submitted to the Council, Mayor, and Public Advocate.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0636-2022 *Public Advocate Jumaane Williams~SPONSORSmall BusinessDept of small business services to report on the impact of COVID-19 on small businesses.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Small Business Services to submit to the Mayor, the Council and the Public Advocate a report on the impact of COVID-19 on small businesses citywide, including information regarding revenues lost, jobs eliminated, and businesses permanently closed.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0637-2022 *Lincoln Restler~SPONSORHousing and BuildingsDisposition of real property of the city.IntroductionThis bill would require that when the city disposes of land for affordable housing, or for any other public use or purpose, it prioritize not-for-profit developers and community land trusts.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0638-2022 *Althea V. Stevens~SPONSORPublic SafetyReporting on the use of large donations received by the NYPD.IntroductionThis bill would require an annual report on the donations for all donors who, in aggregate, donate more than $1 million dollars in value to the New York Police Department within a year. It would also require information on programs or projects to which the NYPD applied those donations.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0639-2022 *Althea V. Stevens~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
Res 0296-2022 *Althea V. Stevens~SPONSORCivil and Human RightsEstablishes a task force on missing women and girls who are Black, Indigenous and people of color. (S.6924A/A.8347A)Resolution Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0640-2022 *Marjorie Velázquez~SPONSORConsumer and Worker ProtectionRequiring a workers’ rights training for certain fast food employees.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) to provide workers protected by the Fair Work Week Law with a training on city employment laws, including protections under the Fair Work Week Law. Upon 45 days’ notice, DCWP would be empowered to direct an employer covered by the Fair Work Week Law to make their employees available for the training, and could do so by considering the number and severity of violations of the Fair Work Week Law and any other factors DCWP deems relevant to that decision. Employers that make their employees available for the training would be required to compensate such employees for their travel time, if not at the employees’ typical work location, and training time.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0641-2022 *Nantasha M. Williams~SPONSORGeneral WelfareMaximizing efficiency at department of social services/human resources administration centers.IntroductionThis bill would require all job centers and SNAP centers to have an expediter on site at all times in which clients are being served or waiting to be served. Expediters would be tasked with checking-in clients, performing a preliminary review of clients’ documents to ensure clients have all necessary documents, and directing clients to the appropriate line or waiting area. This bill would also require all such centers to be equipped with digital displays and an audio amplifier. This bill would also implement a queue management system at every job center and SNAP center. Such system shall allow clients to check-in for each particular service. The system will inform clients how many clients are ahead of them in the queue and the approximate time that they may expect to be called to begin an appointment for each service.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0642-2022 *Nantasha M. Williams~SPONSORGeneral WelfareQuarterly reporting by the administration for children’s services on the amount of time children spend in the children’s center or temporary placement facilities.IntroductionThis bill would require the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) to report to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council, and post on the ACS website, a quarterly report about the amount of time that children spend in the children’s center or a temporary placement facility. The report would include information about the number of days spent in a facility, the type of facility, the age of the child, the level of care recommended, the number of children placed in a facility for the first time and the number of children placed in a facility on two or more occasions.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0643-2022 *Nantasha M. Williams~SPONSORPublic SafetyPublic reporting on disciplinary records of police department leadership.IntroductionThis bill would require the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department (OIG-NYPD), to review the disciplinary records of all members of the NYPD who have a leadership or supervisory role. OIG-NYPD would further be responsible for preparing and publishing a biennial report summarizing such records, including listing all instances of substantiated misconduct and related disciplinary measures for members of the NYPD in leadership or supervisory roles.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
Int 0644-2022 *Nantasha M. Williams~SPONSOREducationRequiring the New York city department of education to provide information on establishing afterschool programs.IntroductionThis bill would require the New York City Department of Education to provide the information and guidelines necessary to establish afterschool programs.Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0086-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORPreconsidered - Zoning and FranchisesZoning, 1810 Randall Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (C 220203 ZMX)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0086-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 1810 Randall Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (C 220203 ZMX)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0087-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORPreconsidered - Zoning and FranchisesZoning, 1810 Randall Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (N 220204 ZRX)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0087-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 1810 Randall Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (N 220204 ZRX)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0088-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORPreconsidered - Zoning and FranchisesZoning, 1959 Strang Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (C 220171 ZMX)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0088-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 1959 Strang Avenue Rezoning, Bronx (C 220171 ZMX)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0089-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORPreconsidered - Zoning and FranchisesZoning, 231-06 Northern Boulevard Commercial Overlay, Queens (C 210394 ZMQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0089-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, 231-06 Northern Boulevard Commercial Overlay, Queens (C 210394 ZMQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0090-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORPreconsidered - Zoning and FranchisesZoning, Halletts North, Queens (C 220196 ZMQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0090-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Halletts North, Queens (C 220196 ZMQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0091-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORPreconsidered - Zoning and FranchisesZoning, Halletts North, Queens (N 220197 ZRQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0091-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Halletts North, Queens (N 220197 ZRQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0092-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORLandmarks, Public Siting and DispositionsLandmarks, 2017 Grand Concourse, Bronx (C 220356 HAX)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0092-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, 2017 Grand Concourse, Bronx (C 220356 HAX)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0093-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORLandmarks, Public Siting and DispositionsLandmarks, 2017 Grand Concourse, Bronx (C 220357 PQX)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0093-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Landmarks, 2017 Grand Concourse, Bronx (C 220357 PQX)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0094-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Halletts North, Queens (C 220198 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0094-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Halletts North, Queens (C 220198 ZSQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0095-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Halletts North, Queens (C 220206 MMQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0095-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Halletts North, Queens (C 220206 MMQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0096-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.~SPONSORZoning and FranchisesZoning, Halletts North, Queens (N 220353 ZAQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available
LU 0096-2022 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Zoning, Halletts North, Queens (N 220353 ZAQ)Land Use Application Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Not available