Donovan J. Richards
District 31 Council Member

Donovan J. Richards

DRichards@council.nyc.gov

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Legislation that Donovan J. Richards is the primary sponsor of.


Resolution 1101-2016 Inactive

Ticket vendors to address the use of ticket bots by finding a technological solution that would prevent the use of illegal software, limiting the number of tickets that can be purchased ...

6/08/2016 - Referred to Committee


Introduction 534-2014 Inactive

Requiring improved prospective notice of the department of environmental protection sewer connection charge.

11/13/2014 - Referred to Committee
Environmental Protection

Introduction 1270-2016 Inactive

This bill would establish a tracking system concerning the disposal of yellow and brown grease.

9/14/2016 - Referred to Committee
Sanitation and Solid Waste Management

Introduction 518-2014 Passed

This bill requires secondhand automobile dealers to disclose recall information to consumers when selling automobiles, parts or equipment that are the subject of a recall by the national highway ...

6/02/2017 - Received from Mayor
Consumer Affairs

Introduction 633-2015 Inactive

In New York City, an owner of a building over 50,000 gross square feet must file an energy efficiency report for such building every ten years. This bill would require the energy efficiency ...

9/25/2015 - Laid Over
Housing and Buildings

Resolution 878-2015 Inactive

CUNY to divest from fossil fuel company investments and reinvest those funds in renewable energy, sustainability, and social-minded companies.

10/15/2015 - Referred to Committee
Higher Education

Introduction 1269-2016 Active

This bill would require the Department of Housing & Buildings to enter into regulatory agreements with community land trusts (CLTs) which meet standard terms and conditions for regulatory ...

10/19/2017 - Laid Over
Immigration Housing and Buildings

Introduction 977-2015 Inactive

This bill would ban smoking in multiple dwellings that are part of an affordable housing program and that receive financial assistance from the city.

4/27/2017 - Laid Over
Health

Introduction 962-2015 Inactive

The proposed legislation requires a forty percent reduction in city government emissions by calendar year 2030, relative to such emissions for the base year for city government emissions.

10/15/2015 - Referred to Committee


Introduction 693-2015 Inactive

This local law would mandate the installation of occupancy sensors to limit illumination in city-owned buildings and city-controlled spaces. This requirement would apply to spaces in at least 50% ...

2/26/2015 - Referred to Committee
Environmental Protection


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