DSNY's Identifying Information Law Report, in accordance with Local Laws 245 and 247 of 2017, details what information DSNY keeps about the general public and about internal personnel, and how that information is used.
Executive Budget for the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) for a proposed budget for Fiscal 2021 of $89.3 billion. Topics covered include changes to the Expense and Capital Budget, as well as the programmatic impacts of COVID-19.
Local Law 4/2012 requires HPD to maintain on its website a monthly report of a list of properties with 20 or more units for which a notice of foreclosure has been submitted to HPD They are identified by block and lot number with identity of mortgagee plaintiffs and includes all pending foreclosures.
New York City Labor Force Data, Seasonally Adjusted March 2020 Monthly employment data for New York City based on payroll surveys conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in collaboration with the New York State Department of Labor. The data is seasonally adjusted by the OMB.
Per Local Law 33 of 2016, the Department is required to submit 20 days after the end of each month a report on security indicators for the prior month. Security indicators consist of the number of fight infractions, assaults on staff, assaults on inmates, and uses of force.
Housing NYC: Rents, Markets and Trends 2016 includes all six NYC Rent Guidelines Board studies produced in the past year; 2016-2017 apartment, loft and hotel guidelines adopted by the Board; data from the 2014 NYC Housing and Vacancy Survey; and a glossary of rent regulation terms.
The $aveNYC Account program offers New Yorkers with lower incomes a
50 percent match if they direct deposit part of their tax refund into a branded "$aveNYC
Account" and maintain the initial deposit for at least one year.
Public Advocate James called for a thorough review of the City's Tenant Interim Lease Apartment Purchase Program (TIL). After hearing complaints from a number of constituents and holding a town hall meeting, Public Advocate James' office investigated the program and found that TIL is not fulfilling its purpose of providing New Yorkers with self-sufficient low-income cooperatives.
The report for the landmark designation of the (Former) New York and New Jersey Telephone Company Building, located on 81 Willoughby Street (aka 119-127 Lawrence Street), Brooklyn, by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, as well as the designation of Borough of Brooklyn Tax Map Block 148, Lot 46 as its Landmark Site.
This is a desgination report for the (Former) Pepsi-Cola Building Individual Landmark.
This report describes the landmark's significance, and states whether the Landmarks Preservation Commission designates it as a landmark.
The City Record newspaper publishes notices which includes but is not limited to: public hearings and meetings, public auctions and sales, solicitations and awards and official rules proposed and adopted by City Agencies.
This amendment adds fees for the initial registration of energy auditors and retro-commissioning agents, as well as for registration renewal. These fees will cover the administrative costs incurred by the department in registering and renewing the registration of these individuals.
In fulfillment of Mayor de Blasio's June executive order to adopt and commit the City to the principles of the Paris Agreement, this plan lists actions the City will take in the next three years to accelerate greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions and put the city on a path to deep de-carbonization. This is the first Paris Agreement-compliant plan from any city in the world.
The 1.5 degrees celcius plan aligns local climate actions with a goal to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees celcius. A 1.5 degrees celcius outcome was agreed to in the Paris Agreement in order to limit the worst impacts of climate change. By implementing the identified prioritized set of actions across energy, transportation, building, and waste sectors by 2020, NYC will enable faster reductions of GHG over the following 30 years than even the already aggressive goals in the City's 80 x 50 plan - a plan to reduce GHG emissions 80% by 2050. The potential for GHG reduction of all the quantified actions in the report is 10 million metric tons of C02e - or the equivalent of taking more than 2 million cars off the road by 2030.
The report for the landmark designation of 127 MacDougal Street House, located on 127 MacDougal Street, Manhattan, by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, as well as the designation of Borough of Manhattan Tax Map Block 543, Lot 59, as its Landmark Site.
The report for the landmark designation of 129 MacDougal Street House, located on 129 MacDougal Street, Manhattan, by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, as well as the designation of Borough of Manhattan Tax Map Block 543, Lot 58, as its Landmark Site.
IN THE MATTER OF an application submitted by the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation
(DPR) and the USTA National Tennis Center Inc., pursuant to Section 197-c of the New York City
Charter, for the disposition of a lease of city-owned property to the USTA National Tennis Center Inc.
located northerly of United Nations Avenue North, between Meridian Road and Path of Americas (Block
2018, p/o Lot 1) within Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Community Districts 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, Borough of
IN THE MATTER OF an application submitted by Pitkin Berriman HDFC pursuant to
Sections 197-c and 201 of the New York City Charter for an amendment of the Zoning Map,
Section No. 17c:
1. eliminating from within an existing R5 District a C1-3 District property bounded by a
line 150 feet northerly of Pitkin Avenue, Berriman Street, Pitkin Avenue, and
2. changing from an R5 District to an R7A District property bounded by a line 100 feet
northerly of Pitkin Avenue, Berriman St
The report for the landmark designation of 131 MacDougal Street House, located on 131 MacDougal Street, Manhattan, by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, as well as the designation of Borough of Manhattan Tax Map Block 543, Lot 57, as its Landmark Site.