MOCTO has identified five principles for broadband service: Equity, Performance, Affordability, Privacy, and Choice. This report describes how broadband service in New York City, and the infrastructure through which it is provided, currently delivers on these five principles.
The report identifies distinctive characteristics of the City Human Rights Law as enforced by the Commission, examines the common themes that emerged from the oral and written testimony, highlights policy recommendations to combat sexual harassment, and provides some best practices for employers.
Application for an amendment to the City Map involving the elimination, discontinuance and closing of a portion of North Conduit Avenue and adjustment of grades and block dimensions to facilitate permanent off-street accessory parking for commercial development, Queens Community District 13
IN THE MATTER OF an application submitted by the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), for the disposition of three City-owned properties (Block 2185, Lot 36; Block 2197, Lot 47; and Block 2197, Lot 75), Manhattan CD12
Application by DCAS, pursuant to NYC Charter Section 197-c to acquire space at 4780 Broadway (Block 2233, Lot 13 and part of Lot 20) for use as a library and property (Block 2197, Lot 47), and by DCAS and Parks to acquire property along the Harlem River (Block 2183, part of Lot 1, Block 2184, Lot 1)
IN THE MATTER OF an application submitted by the NYC Economic Development Corporation
pursuant to Sections 197-c and 201 of the New York City Charter for the amendment of the
Zoning Map, Section Nos. 1b, 1d, 3a and 3c
IN THE MATTER OF an application submitted by the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) pursuant to Article 16 of the General Municipal Law of New York State, to facilitate affordable housing and community facility space, Manhattan Community District 12
IN THE MATTER OF an application submitted by 33rd Street Acquisition LLC pursuant to
Sections 197-c and 201 of the New York City Charter for an amendment of the Zoning Map,
Section No.8d, to facilitate development of a mixed-use building at 339-345 East 33rd Street
IN THE MATTER OF an application submitted by 33rd Street Acquisition, LLC, pursuant to Section 201 of the New York City Charter, for an amendment of the Zoning Resolution of the City of New York, modifying Appendix F to facilitate development of a mixed-use building at 339-345 East 33rd Street
IN THE MATTER OF an application submitted by the Department of Housing Preservation and
Development (HPD): pursuant to Article 16 of the General Municipal Law of New York State to facilitate a multi-story building in Brooklyn, Community District 2
IN THE MATTER OF an application submitted by the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development and Fulton Star LLC for the grant of a special permit for property on the west side of Downing (Block 1991, Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,16,106 in Brooklyn, Community District 2
IN THE MATTER OF a communication dated May 25, 2018 from the Executive Director of the Landmarks Preservation Commission regarding the landmark designation of the Coney Island Riegelmann Boardwalk by the LPC on May 15, 2018 (List No. 506/LP No. 2583), Borough of Brooklyn, Community District 13
The proposed City Map amendments would facilitate a series of land use actions, including a comprehensive rezoning plan, to advance the goals of the Mayor’s Housing New York: A Five-Borough, Ten-year Plan and to begin implementation of the Inwood NYC Action Plan, Manhattan, Community District 12
Pursuant to New York City Charter § 1133(a), enclosed please find a copy of the Law Department's Agency Report submitted to the Mayor, Speaker of the Council, Chief Privacy Officer, and Identifying Information Protection Committee as required by Local Law 245.
In this policy brief, the first in a series on the economic experiences of women of color, the Bureau of Policy and Research of the Comptroller’s Office analyzes U.S. Census Bureau earnings data to examine the scale and impact of the gender wage gap specifically for Black women in New York City.