1. The Section 421-a Affordable Housing Plan Application, pursuant to the Inclusionary Housing Program, for 505 East 86th Street. Block 1583 Lots 6, 7, 8 and 105 – an application for 35 inclusionary units in a newly constructed 139 unit 22-story residential building.
2. Presentation by Councilman Dan Garodnick’s office on the current legislative platform to reform the Department of Buildings – “Stand for Tenant Safety.” A package of 12 bills including: Int 0918-2015, “Professionally certified applications for construction document approval and final inspections of permitted work” (Chin & Menchaca); Int 0924-2015, “Vacate Orders” (Espinal); Int 0926-2015, “Creating a task force on construction work in occupied multiple dwellings” (Garodnick); Int 0930-2015, “Distressed buildings subject to foreclosure by action in rem” (Kallos); Int 0931-2015, “Building violations adjudicated before the office of administrative trials and hearings” (Kallos); Int 0934-2015, “Creation of a real time enforcement unit in the department of buildings” (Levin); Int 0936-2015, “Tenant Protection Plans” (Levine); Int 0938-2015, “Requiring increased oversight of construction contractors who have engaged in work without a required permit” (Reynoso); Int 0939-2015, “Increasing the penalties for work without a permit” (Reynoso); Int 0940-2015, “Increasing the penalties for a violation of a stop work order” (Reynoso); Int 0944-2015, “Construction work permits” (Rosenthal & Johnson); Int 0960-2015, “Creating a safe construction bill of rights” (Mendez).
3. The Housing Committee will review the developer’s answers to those questions submitted by the committee and public, after the March 20 meeting, regarding the Section 421-a Application for 200 East 95th Street, Block 1540 Lot 2 (formerly Lots 2, 3, 4, 45, 46, 47, 48 & 49) – an application for a Partial Real Estate Tax Exemption under Section 421-a of the New York State Real Property Tax Law.
4. Old Business
5. New Business
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Ed Hartzog, Chair, Housing Committee