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Introduction 247-2014 Active

This bill would increase the penalties for performing electrical work without a required license.

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Elizabeth S. Crowley

Housing and Buildings  

Introduction 1161-2016 Active

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 ...

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Elizabeth S. Crowley

Health  

Introduction 1071-2016 Active

This bill would require DOT to conduct a study of private streets, including a review of the factors that may be considered or necessary for the acquisition of built private streets. DOT would ...

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Alan N. Maisel

Public Safety   Transportation  

Introduction 1475-2017 Active

This bill would change the Taxi and Limousine Commission’s (TLC) authority to revoke taxicab licenses for nonuse from mandatory to permissive. This bill would repeal the provision requiring ...

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Ydanis A. Rodriguez

Transportation  

Introduction 1172-2016 Active

This bill would require the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to report to the Council on maternal mortality. This annual report would include maternal mortality numbers and rates, ...

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Elizabeth S. Crowley

Health  

Introduction 873-2015 Active

The bill would require the Department of Transportation (DOT) to establish a pilot program that will provide carsharing organizations with dedicated parking spaces. DOT would be required to ...

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Mark Levine

Transportation  

Introduction 882-2015 Active

Certain capital projects with an estimated baseline construction cost of $950,000 or more involving the construction or reconstruction of one or more assembly areas shall be designed and ...

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Helen K. Rosenthal

Mental Health & Disability  

Introduction 1280-2016 Active

This bill requires the NYPD to make collision reports accessible online to any interested party named on the report.

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Chaim M. Deutsch

Public Safety   Transportation  

Introduction 820-2015 Active

This bill would require the Department of Sanitation to consult with NYCHA and consider implementing a pilot incentives program to increase recycling rates in public housing. If the department ...

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Public Housing   Sanitation and Solid Waste Management  

Introduction 267-2014 Active

The bill would require the Department of Transportation (DOT) to establish a pilot program that would allow carsharing organization to apply for designated parking spaces in municipal parking ...

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Rosie Mendez

Transportation  

Introduction 1162-2016 Active

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 the use of ...

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Elizabeth S. Crowley

Health  

Introduction 1198-2016 Active

The proposed local law mandates that the NYCDEP make publicly available online a plan for mitigating flooding in Queens community districts 12 and 13. Such plan must include, but not be limited ...

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Donovan J. Richards

Environmental Protection  

Introduction 1474-2017 Active

This bill would change the tax on the transfer of a taxicab license from 5% of the consideration given for such transfer to 0.5% of the consideration given for such transfer.

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Ydanis A. Rodriguez

Transportation  

Introduction 748-2015 Active

This bill would create the office of drug strategy to provide strategic leadership to coordinate a public health and safety approach to address problems associated to drug use and redresses the ...

3/21/2017 - Hearing Scheduled

Corey D. Johnson

Public Safety   Mental Health & Disability  

Introduction 1326-2016 Active

This bill repeals the Padlock Law, which permits the NYPD to close a residence or business housing illicit activities after two offenses and one conviction, without judicial review.

3/18/2017 - City Charter Rule Adopted

Stephen T. Levin

Public Safety  

Introduction 1344-2016 Active

This bill amends the Nuisance Abatement Law regarding “nuisances” that involve violating the State’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Law. For locations with a license to sell alcohol, the bill would ...

3/18/2017 - City Charter Rule Adopted

Jumaane D. Williams

Public Safety  

Introduction 1338-2016 Active

This bill requires the corporation counsel to ensure that sealed criminal records are not used for the purpose of evidence in nuisance abatement actions. This bill also requires the personal ...

3/18/2017 - City Charter Rule Adopted

Rafael Salamanca, Jr.

Public Safety  

Introduction 1449-2017 Active

This bill would co-name 40 thoroughfares and public places, based on requests of Council Members whose district includes the location. Of these 40 co-names, 7 are either a relocation of a ...

3/18/2017 - City Charter Rule Adopted

Melissa Mark-Viverito

Parks and Recreation  

Introduction 1321-2016 Active

This bill requires at least one of the incidents in a drug case filed under the Nuisance Abatement Law to be personally witnessed by a police officer.

3/18/2017 - City Charter Rule Adopted

Corey D. Johnson

Public Safety  

Introduction 1327-2016 Active

This bill requires the comprehensive reporting on the New York City Police Department’s use of the Nuisance Abatement Law. Also, this bill requires the Law Department to report on the other ...

3/18/2017 - City Charter Rule Adopted

Mark Levine

Public Safety