Legislation that Elizabeth S. Crowley is the primary sponsor of.
Land Use Call-Up 301-2015 Approved
By Council Member Crowley: Rule 11.20(b) of the Council Rules and Section 197-d(b)(3) of the New York City Charter, the Council hereby resolves that the action of the City Planning Commission on ...
6/10/2015 - Approved
Introduction 1143-2016 Inactive
This bill would prohibit staff of the Department of Correction who are accused of sexually assaulting inmates from having contact with any inmate while such accusations are investigated, unless ...
4/07/2016 - Referred to Committee
Fire and Criminal Justice Services
Introduction 760-2015 Inactive
This bill would require the Chancellor of the Department of Education to provide data to the Council about associate degree programs offered at New York City public high schools. The data ...
4/28/2015 - Referred to Committee
Resolution 186-2014 Inactive
Resolution calling upon the New York State Legislature to introduce and pass, and the Governor to sign legislation that would amend the Tax Law, in relation to providing a tax deduction for the ...
4/29/2014 - Introduced
Resolution 376-2014 Inactive
Resolution calling upon the New York State Legislature to pass, and the Governor to sign, legislation abolishing the minimum charge for water service imposed by the New York City Water Board.
8/21/2014 - Referred to Committee
Resolution 351-2014 Inactive
Resolution calling upon the Department of Education to calculate salaries of teachers in the New York City public school system based on the Department’s central budget rather than an individual ...
7/24/2014 - Referred to Committee
Introduction 572-2014 Active
Currently, the Department of Homeless Services (DHS) posts a Daily Report on its website with information on the daily shelter census. This information includes the total number of individuals in ...
Resolution 448-2014 Inactive
Resolution calling upon the New York State Legislature to pass and the Governor to sign legislation that would create tax credits for women’s health care providers.
10/22/2014 - Referred to Committee
Introduction 1161-2016 Passed
This bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to report to the Council, either as part of the Mayor’s Management Report or as a standalone report, data on immunization rates ...
3/22/2017 - Received from Mayor
Introduction 56-2014 Inactive
A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to requiring photoelectric smoke alarms in residential buildings
11/12/2015 - Laid Over
Housing and Buildings