This report provides an overview and description of the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings's (OATH's) accomplishments for calendar year 2011. The OATH is one of the largest municipal administrative courts in the nation and it underwent many positive changes in 2011.
The Gazetteer of City Property 2010 has been produced from data in the Integrated Property Information System, a real estate database maintained by the Department of Citywide Administrative Services. City-owned and leased property in the Gazetteer is organized by borough and community districts, with the property divided into three sections, properties with a current use, a residential use, and no current use.
The Statement of Needs identifies by agency and programs all new facilities the city plans to site and all existing facilities the city plans to close or significantly expand or reduce in size during the next two fiscal years. Significant expansion or reduction is defined as the addition or reduction of the use of property that would expand or reduce the size of a facility by 25% or more.
The City Charter requires that the Citywide Statement of Needs (SON) identify, by agency and program, all new facilities the city plans to site and all existing facilities the city plans to close or to expand significantly in size during the next two fiscal years.
The Citywide Statement of Needs for Fiscal Years 2011 and 2012 is the latest in the series of annual reports required under Section 204 of the City Charter. Along with the Criteria for the Location of City Facilities (the Fair Share Criteria), the Statement of Needs is part of a planning process in which communities are informed at the earliest possible stage of the city's needs for facilities and the specific criteria for selecting the locations of those facilities.
This report reviews the Board's accomplishments during 2010, as summarized in Exhibit 1 to this Report, under each of the following headings: members and staff of the Board,
the Board's proposed amendments to Chapter 68, training and education, requests for guidance and advice, administrative rules, enforcment, financial disclosure, and budget administration and information technology.
This is the annual report of the Conflicts of Interest Board, the "Ethics" Board for New York City Government. This Annual Report for 2012 summarizes the work, and highlights the accomplishments, of the
New York City Conflicts of Interest Board which is charged with administering, interpreting, and enforcing the City's Conflicts of Interest Law, Chapter 68 of the City Charter.
THE New York City Human Rights Law is one of the most comprehensive civil rights laws in the nation.The Law prohibits discrimination in employment, housing and public occommodations based on race, color, creed, age, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, gender (including gender identity and sexual harassment), sexual orientation, disability, marital status and partnership status. In addition, the Law affords protection against discrimination in employment based on arrest or conviction
This report by the New York City Independent Budget Office (IBO) shows the reestimate of the Mayor's preliminary budget for 2014 and financial plan through 2017. Included are detailed data on projections for revenues and expenditures, as well as comparisons on forecasts between IBO and the Mayor's Office of Management and Budget.