Credit: City Council
Legislation that Andrew Cohen is the primary sponsor of.
Resolution 251-2014 Inactive
Resolution calling on the Borough of Engelwood Cliffs, New Jersey, to withdraw the variance it issued to the LG Corporation that would allow LG to build its new headquarters to exceed the 35 foot ...
5/29/2014 - Referred to Committee
Introduction 571-2014 Passed
This bill would remove the requirement that the early intervention program be administered by the Division of Mental Hygiene, a division within the Department of Health of Mental Hygiene, and ...
2/05/2015 - Received from Mayor
Mental Health & Disability
Introduction 833-2015 Inactive
This bill would require the department of parks and recreation to publish a manual that sets forth binding policy regarding the reporting of the department’s pesticide use. The bill would require ...
2/12/2016 - Laid Over
Parks and Recreation
Introduction 1104-2016 Inactive
This local law would require the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) to report to the Council on tax arrears owed to the city by Housing Development Fund Companies (HDFCs). ...
3/09/2016 - Introduced
Introduction 1405-2016 Inactive
This bill would require the Department of Transportation to mandate the placement of identification tags in pavement that was restored after being removed while opening a street. The purpose of ...
12/15/2016 - Referred to Committee
Introduction 834-2015 Inactive
This bill prohibits the operation of all-terrain vehicles, including dirt bikes in New York city, unless given consent by the property owner. The first offense is punishable by a fine and/or a ...
3/18/2017 - City Charter Rule Adopted
Introduction 1083-2016 Inactive
2/24/2016 - Referred to Committee
Introduction 2015-3243 Inactive
This bill requires the New York City Police Department to create a report when an officer arrests any person who appears to suffer from a mental illness, or when any person they arrest is treated ...
5/25/2016 - Introduced
Introduction 245-2014 Inactive
A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to the distance between parking signs.
4/10/2014 - Referred to Committee
Resolution 866-2015 Inactive
Resolution calling upon the State Legislature to introduce and pass, and the Governor to sign, legislation extending the authority of the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and ...
9/30/2015 - Referred to Committee