City Legislative Tracker

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City Council Description Our Position
Bill No. Sponsor
Res 0363 Brannan Adopted. New designation and changes in the designation of certain organizations to receive funding in the Expense Budget.
Int 1182 Nurse In relation to penalties in tax exempt projects due to source of income discrimination Monitoring
Committee on Contracts
Int 0510 Stevens Establishes prevailing wage requirements for city-contracted human service workers. Monitoring
Int 0511 Stevens Sets time limits for the procurement process, reporting on agency compliance and developing an online platform for managing procurement. Monitoring
Int 0514 Won Would establish a searchable public online database to contain information from all stages of the contracting process for every mayoral agency procurement that exceeds the small purchase limits. Monitoring
Int 0866 Stevens Would require each city contractor who has committed to working with community members or organizations to report quarterly on such work to the contracting agency. Monitoring
Int 0300 Won Establishes a special inspector within the department of investigation to review contracts that were entered into in response to COVID-19, and provide for the repeal of such provision upon the expiration thereof. Monitoring
Int 214 Barron Prohibit City agencies from entering into or renewing any contract for more than $100,000 with a proposed contractor that does not certify as a material condition of such contract that the proposed contractor has searched its records and relevant history to determine whether it or any predecessor or affiliated company ever engaged in or profited from the trade or use of enslaved people. If the proposed contractor determines that it or its predecessor or affiliated companies engaged in or profited from slavery, then the proposed contractor must also provide a statement detailing the nature and extent of such engagement or profit, including relevant historical and other documentation. Monitoring
Int 982 Barron Requires interest to be paid on late payments under city contracts with non-profit organizations. The non-profit contractor would not be eligible to receive the interest if the non-profit contractor has received a no-interest and no-service-fee loan issued or authorized by a city agency to cover its expenses in relation to the subject contract. Monitoring
Committee on Civil and Human Rights
Int 1101 Farías A Local Law to amend the New York city charter, in relation to anti-racism training for human services contractors. Would require the Chief Equity Officer to create an anti-racism training for employees of human services contractors. The purpose of such training would be to improve the provision of human services in the City by (1) providing contractors with tools for serving individuals from diverse backgrounds, (2) improving awareness of, and sensitivity to, how racism and related injustices impact the provision of human services, and (3) promoting policies, practices, and norms designed to combat racism and advance racial equity in the provision of human services. Each employee of a human services contractor would be required to complete such training at least once per year. Monitoring
Committee on Consumer & Worker Protection
Int 824 Ossé Would lower the monetary threshold for coverage under the Freelance Isn’t Free Act from freelancers who provide services worth $800 or more in the immediately preceding 120 days to those who provide services of $250 or more in the immediately preceding 120 days, and excepting certain licensed freelance workers from this lower threshold. Monitoring
Int 891 Salamanca Enacted. Allows charitable organizations to conduct games of chance at professional sporting venues. Monitoring
Committee on Government Operations
Int 0696 Ung Enacted. Amends the New York City charter in relation to the design of the ballot and content of ballot instructions for ranked choice elections.
Int 0700 Won Enacted. Amends the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to translation services for compliance materials.
Int 0698 Ung Enacted. Amends the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to establishing a public service corps program.
Int 0697 Ung Enacted. Amends the City’s Language Access Law to require that agency language access plans include language services for groups that have specific priority processing levels according to the U.S. State Department, among other designation categories by federal and international policies. The law would also apply to areas in the City that are subject to emergency or disaster declarations and have a concentration of people who do not speak any of the designated citywide languages.
Int 569-A Hanif Amends the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to an immigrant workers’ bill of rights. Monitoring
Int 839 Hudson Would establish an Office of Refugee and Migrant Settlement to provide short and long term access to relevant resources including, housing, medical care, education and food to people from outside the U.S. who are resettled in New York City. Monitoring
Res 381 Avilés Resolution condemning the human trafficking of migrants. Monitoring
Committee on Housing and Buildings
Int 876-A Sanchez Enacted. Amends the New York city charter and the administrative code of the city of New York in relation to green building standards and repeals section 224.1 of the New York city charter in relation thereto. Monitoring
Int 362 Salamanca Would require the Department of Housing Preservation and Development to report on the disposition of city property for affordable housing development. Monitoring
Committee on Parks and Recreation
Int 174 Krishnan Enacted. Requires the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) to expand its web based capital projects tracker to include more detailed information regarding its capital projects, including the total number of projects in its portfolio, the reasons for any delays, the dates projects were fully funded, projected and actual cost overruns, individual sources of funding and the length of time it took to complete each project.
Committee on Service & Labor
Res 310 De La Rosa Adopted. Resolution calling on the State Legislature to pass, and the Governor to sign S.3062C/A.7503, raising the minimum wage annually by a percentage based on the rate of inflation.
Int 826 Powers Regulating covenants not to compete for freelance workers Monitoring
Int 617 Hanif Amends the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to the expansion of worker coverage under the Earned Safe and Sick Time Act. Monitoring
Committee on Women and Gender Equity and Committee on Civil and Human Rights
Int 0148 Brannon Enacted. Amends the administrative code to expand protections for victims of domestic violence to include economic abuse.
Res 111 Caban Adopted. Calling on New York State to pass legislation that would provide domestic violence survivors and their families with job-protected, paid leave, similar to that of New York State’s Paid Family Leave law, to be used for any activities relating to their actual or perceived status as a domestic violence survivor or family member of a domestic violence survivor.
Committee on Public Safety
Int 756-A Hanks Enacted. Amends the New York city charter, in relation to requiring the office for neighborhood safety and the prevention of gun violence to provide training and operational support to not-for-profit service providers participating in the city’s crisis management system.
Committee on General Welfare
Int 943 Hanif Requires that the Mayor provide written and verbal notification of the right to be placed in a Department of Social Services (DSS) shelter to individuals and families who are housed in specific types of emergency congregate housing in New York City Monitoring
Int 1212 Hanif Prohibits any city agency from imposing limits on the length of time an individual or family may remain in shelter or emergency congregate housing, provided such individual or family is eligible for temporary housing assistance under State law, as applicable. Monitoring