Report on agency services to veterans
Report on the total number of Mitchell-Lama housing applications received from veterans or their surviving spouses who have identified themselves as the head of household on such applications; (2) the total number of Mitchell-Lama housing applications approved by the department of housing preservation and development for veterans or their surviving spouses who have identified themselves as the head of household on such application; (3) the total number of fee-exempt mobile food vending licenses and food vending permits issued by the department of health and mental hygiene to veterans, (4) the number of general vending licenses issued by the department of consumer affairs to veterans; (5) the total number of veterans who submitted an application to the department of consumer affairs for a general vending license; (6) the total number of veterans residing in the city who utilized a HUD-VASH voucher; and (7) the total number of civil service examination applications received by the department of citywide administrative services for which the applicant claimed a veterans credit as provided for in section 85 of the civil service law.
For each building inspected by the three-quarter housing task force, the number of violations issued, disaggregated by agency, provided that each building shall be identified in such a way that does not disclose the building's address; and 2. The number of individuals relocated from buildings inspected by the three-quarter housing task force, disaggregated by whether such individuals were given a rental assistance subsidy, the type of subsidy provided, and the type of housing to which the individual was relocated, including but not limited to private apartments, single room occupancy dwellings or temporary housing. With Three Quarter Housing Task Force
Plan including 1. criteria for the distribution and retention of city-issued parking permits; 2. an assessment of the appropriate number of city-issued parking permits necessary for essential government services; and 3. proposed steps to curb unnecessary or excessive issuance of city-issued parking permits.
Local Laws 126, 127, and 128 of 2016 require the Mayor’s Office of Operations to conduct an annual review of all forms issued by ACS, DFTA, DOE, DOHMH, DSS/HRA/DHS, and DYCD that meet criteria set forth in these laws, and to submit a report to the City Council within 60 days of such review.