Legislation that Helen K. Rosenthal is the primary sponsor of.
Resolution 923-2015 Approved
Resolution adopting the rule amendment of the Procurement Policy Board to raise the micropurchase limit for the procurement and award of construction contracts to $35,000.
Introduction 405-2014 Passed
This bill would require that office buildings, in addition to providing bicycle access in freight elevators, provide foldable bicycle access in passenger elevators.
9/28/2016 - Received from Mayor
Housing and Buildings
Resolution 478-2014 Inactive
Resolution recognizing the contributions of the members of Shorewalkers, Inc. which promotes and preserves New York City’s shores and wetlands, and recognizing the first Saturday in May each ...
11/25/2014 - Referred to Committee
Introduction 498-2014 Inactive
This bill would require the city chief procurement officer to establish standards and procedures to be used by contractors for determining the existence of a conflict of interest between a city ...
Resolution 1137-2016 Inactive
Resolution raising the small purchase limit for goods, services, construction and construction-related services to two hundred thousand dollars upon adoption of a concurrent rule amendment by the ...
6/21/2016 - Referred to Committee
Introduction 423-2014 Passed
A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to worker cooperatives.
3/18/2015 - Received from Mayor
Introduction 883-2015 Passed
This bill would require that all advertisements, posters, invitations, and other publicity materials for events open to the public hosted by city agencies contain information on who to contact ...
3/14/2016 - Received from Mayor
Mental Health & Disability
Resolution 65-2014 Inactive
Resolution calling upon the New York City Department of Education to review the use of the “Rainbow” experiment in New York City public schools, as well as to adhere to the DOE Science Safety ...
2/26/2014 - Referred to Committee
Introduction 1337-2016 Active
The entity that administers economic development benefits on the City’s behalf is currently the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC). Operating under contract with the City of ...
11/20/2017 - Hearing Scheduled
Land Use Call-Up 436-2016 Approved
By Council Member Rosenthal: Pursuant to Rule 11.20(b) of the Council and §20-226 or §20-225 of the New York City Administrative Code, the Council resolves that the action of the Department of ...
8/16/2016 - Approved