DSNY studies the feasibility for a penalty mitigation program, in which civil penalties for notices of violations would be waived for food service establishments that donate their excess food to nonprofit organizations.
First-ever municipal tech engagement program calls on industry to develop new technologies that transform public life, spur economic growth, improve service delivery and increase digital inclusion for all New Yorkers.
Pursuant to Local Law 63 of 2017, this report on immigration service providers is submitted by the agency, in conjunction with the mayor's office of immigrant affairs to the Mayor and the Speaker of the City Council
Summary of Local Law 74 of 2018
Local Law 74 of 2018 (“the Law”) tasks the Department of Consumer Affairs (“DCA”) with conducting a review to determine whether it is feasible to implement a penalty mitigation program for retail establishments and food service establishments.
The Identifying Information Law requires City agencies to submit comprehensive biennial reports related to their
collection, disclosure, and retention of identifying information and their privacy protection
Department of Consumer Affairs and Council Member Rafael Espinal, Jr. held a public hearing in October 2016 to explore predatory lending in the used car industry. This report provides an overview of the public hearing that includes findings and recommendations.
Pursuant to LL51/2009, report on the effectiveness of the new law at increasing the capacity of parking for bicycles in the City's garages and parking lots including the location of bicycle parking spaces and the rate of usage of such spaces