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Affairs and Appointments – December 2, 2011

Affairs and Appointments – December 2, 2011

NEW YORK CITY GOVERNMENT weekly update

  • Mayor Bloomberg Commemorates World AIDS Day and Announces NYC Public Hospitals Have Tested One Million New Yorkers for HIV
  • Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Brooklyn Navy Yard President Kimball Announce Approval of Plan for Redevelopment of Navy Yard’s Admirals Row Site
  • Mayor Bloomberg Opens 200th “Schoolyard to Playground” As Part of PlaNYC Initiative to Ensure All New Yorkers Live Within a Ten Minute Walk of a Park or Playground
  • Mayor Bloomberg Breaks Ground On $50 Million in Infrastructure Improvements at Willets Point, Laying Groundwork for Future Development and Creation of Thousands of Jobs
  • Comptroller Liu Appoints Ari Hoffnung as Deputy Comptroller for Public Affairs
  • The City Council Commemorates World AIDS Day 2011
  • The City Council Votes to Increase Safety and Interagency Consultation on Major Transportation Projects
  • NYC DOT Announces City’s First-Ever Curbside Haiku, Innovative Safety Campaign Targeting Traffic Hotspots
  • Manhattan Borough President Stringer Announces Conditional Approval for Rudin West Village Project on Former Saint Vincent’s Site

NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT weekly update

  • Governor Cuomo Announces “Jobs Express” Website Now Lists 52,000 Job Openings Throughout New York State
  • A.G. Schneiderman & NYS Bar Association President Doyle Launch Program To Match Nonprofits In Need With Volunteer Attorneys
  • A.G. Schneiderman Announces Results Of Statewide Undercover Gun Show Investigation
  • Comptroller DiNapoli Announces NYC Buildings Department Must Improve & Follow-up on Hazardous Code Violations

CURRENT RFPs

  • New this week:
    • DHS: TIER II
    • OCME: Grant Administration and Management
    • EDC: Construction Services, East River Ferry Landings Mitigation

FOOD FOR THOUGHT
CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULE Week of 12/5 – 12/9


NEW YORK CITY GOVERNMENT

Mayor Bloomberg Commemorates World AIDS Day and Announces NYC Public Hospitals Have Tested One Million New Yorkers for HIV
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) announced that HHC has tested more than one million New Yorkers for HIV since 2005 when the public hospitals and health centers began offering HIV screening as a routine part of medical care for patients ages 13 to 64. In recognition of this major milestone, Mayor Bloomberg and HHC President Alan D. Aviles accepted an award from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) during the annual World AIDS Day commemorative breakfast at Gracie Mansion. The Mayor and New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas A. Farley also announced a new recommendation that doctors offer every person with an HIV diagnosis antiretroviral treatment to help them be healthier, live longer and prevent transmission. This marks a change from the current practice that treatment only be offered to those who show signs of damage to their immune systems. For more information, click here.

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Brooklyn Navy Yard President Kimball Announce Approval of Plan for Redevelopment of Navy Yard’s Admirals Row Site
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Robert K. Steel and Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation President and CEO Andrew H. Kimball announced final approval for the redevelopment of the six-acre Admirals Row site at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The property will be transferred from the federal government to the City of New York, and will then become part of Brooklyn Navy Yard. Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, which manages the 300-acre industrial park on behalf of the City, will oversee redevelopment of the Admirals Row site, creating a 74,000-square-foot supermarket and 79,000 square-feet of additional neighborhood retail space, as well as 127,000 square-feet of industrial space. The New York City Council voted in favor of the plan, giving it final approval. The project is expected to create 500 permanent retail and industrial jobs and hundreds of additional construction jobs. For more information, click here.

Mayor Bloomberg Opens 200th “Schoolyard to Playground” As Part of PlaNYC Initiative to Ensure All New Yorkers Live Within a Ten Minute Walk of a Park or Playground
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Director of the Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability David Bragdon, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe and Schools Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott opened the 200th “Schoolyard to Playground” at P.S. 69 in Jackson Heights as a part of the PlaNYC initiative to ensure all New Yorkers live within a 10 minute walk of a park or playground. The newly opened playground at P.S. 69 is the latest schoolyard to be renovated and opened to the public during non-school hours through the program, which is turning schoolyards into playgrounds in neighborhoods across the city. The Mayor also was joined at the announcement at P.S. 69 by Queens Borough President Helen M. Marshall, State Senator Jose R. Peralta, Assembly Member Francisco P. Moya, City Council Member Daniel Dromm, P.S. 69 Principal Martha Vazquez and Mary Alice Lee of the Trust for Public Land, the City’s primary partner for the program. For more information, click here.

Mayor Bloomberg Breaks Ground On $50 Million in Infrastructure Improvements at Willets Point, Laying Groundwork for Future Development and Creation of Thousands of Jobs
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg broke ground on the initial phase of critical infrastructure work at Willets Point in Queens, including construction of a sanitary sewer main and reconstruction of a storm sewer and outfall. These improvements, which constitute a $50 million investment, support the historic redevelopment of Willets Point, which has always lacked this basic infrastructure, and will allow for the creation of a vibrant new mixed-use neighborhood in Queens. The work also represents a major first step in the environmental remediation of the long-contaminated site. Mayor Bloomberg was joined by New York City Economic Development President Seth W. Pinsky, New York City Department of Environmental Protection Deputy Commissioner Kathryn Garcia, Council Member Julissa Ferreras, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, State Senator Toby Ann Stavisky and Council Member Karen Koslowitz. For more information, click here.

Comptroller Liu Appoints Ari Hoffnung as Deputy Comptroller for Public Affairs
City Comptroller John C. Liu announced the appointment of Ari Hoffnung as Deputy Comptroller for Public Affairs. Hoffnung, who most recently served as Assistant Comptroller of Budget & Chief Policy Officer, will assume his new role on December 19th. He replaces Alan van Capelle who is departing the Comptroller’s Office.
“Ari has been a consistent and constant driving force on some of our office’s highest priority initiatives over the past two years, and he’s proven to execute with precision,” Comptroller Liu said. “Ari also shares my deep commitment to public service and improving city government. I’ve no doubt he will excel even more as part of my leadership team.” For more information, click here.

The City Council Commemorates World AIDS Day 2011
Speaker Christine C. Quinn along with City Council Members Rosie Mendez, Jimmy Van Bramer and Daniel Dromm commemorated a world-wide anniversary: 30 years since we first learned about AIDS. It was in 1981 that the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention first recognized HIV/AIDS and the world has never been the same. In honor of World AIDS Day, panels of The NAMES Project Foundation’s AIDS Memorial Quilt were on display at the Emigrant Savings Bank during the Council Stated Meeting. The AIDS Memorial Quilt is a powerful memorial as well as a somber reminder that the epidemic continues to claim lives around the world. The theme of World AIDS Day this year is “Getting to Zero.” This means zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths. The day is observed on December 1st each year, serving as a call to unite in the fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS, to support those living with the infection and to remember victims of the epidemic. For more information, click here.

The City Council Votes to Increase Safety and Interagency Consultation on Major Transportation Projects
The legislation would require the Department of Transportation to consult with city agencies and provide more information to empower community boards. The Council also voted on legislation that will change how heat and hot water violations are enforced and to extend the city’s hotel tax for an additional two years. For more information, click here.

NYC DOT Announces City’s First-Ever Curbside Haiku, Innovative Safety Campaign Targeting Traffic Hotspots
New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan announced “Curbside Haiku,” a new safety education campaign composed of 216 signs featuring colorful artwork and haikus by artist John Morse installed at a dozen high-crash locations near cultural institutions and schools citywide that draw attention to the critical importance of shared responsibility among all street users to help keep New York City’s streets as safe as they can be. For more information, click here.

Manhattan Borough President Stringer Announces Conditional Approval for Rudin West Village Project on Former Saint Vincent’s Site
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer issued conditional approval of the proposed redevelopment of the Saint Vincent’s Campus site and adjacent land parcels by the Rudin Management Company. Citing the “unmistakable void” left by Saint Vincent’s closure in the West Village, Borough President Stringer recommended the City Planning Commission approve a project that includes 450 units of LEED-certified residential development, a new publicly accessible park, and the creation of nearly 1,700 jobs. For more information, click here.

NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT

Governor Cuomo Announces “Jobs Express” Website Now Lists 52,000 Job Openings Throughout New York State
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that “Jobs Express,” the state’s new website designed to help New Yorkers who are seeking employment, now lists 52,000 job openings and has introduced improved search tools. In the past four weeks since the launch of Jobs Express, the website has been visited over 200,000 times and has listed an additional 10,000 job openings. Governor Cuomo also announced that General Electric (GE) will fill 100 positions at its manufacturing facility in the Capital Region. These job openings are all listed on Jobs Express. There will be two job fairs at the One-Stop Career Centers in Albany and Schenectady this week to help fill these positions. For more information, click here.

A.G. Schneiderman & NYS Bar Association President Doyle Launch Program To Match Nonprofits In Need With Volunteer Attorneys
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman and New York State Bar Association President Vincent E. Doyle III announced the launch of a joint initiative to match volunteer attorneys with nonprofit organizations in need of legal counsel. The innovative partnership called “Charity Corps” will help improve governance and legal compliance by assisting nonprofits that cannot afford legal counsel.
Charity Corps attorneys will help ensure that nonprofits fulfill their responsibilities and continue to provide critical services through difficult economic times. The Attorney General’s Charities Bureau, led by Bureau Chief Jason R. Lilien, will support the initiative by providing training and guidance to volunteer attorneys and nonprofits. The Charities Bureau is responsible for supervising charitable organizations to protect donors, and ensure funds and other property devoted to charitable purposes are properly used. Charity Corps will be administered by the New York State Bar Association. For more information, click here.

A.G. Schneiderman Announces Results Of Statewide Undercover Gun Show Investigation
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced that his office has filed criminal charges against 10 gun sellers from across New York State who violated the state’s background check requirement for the sale of firearms at gun shows. This investigation exposed both a flagrant and dangerous disregard of the law that jeopardizes the public’s safety and the need to immediately strengthen the state’s existing gun show laws to better protect all New Yorkers. For more information, click here.

Comptroller DiNapoli Announces NYC Buildings Department Must Improve & Follow-up on Hazardous Code Violations
The New York City Department of Buildings has allowed major code violations that could pose immediate and severe threats to life and safety to linger unfixed for months, according to an audit released by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.”The Department of Buildings is responsible for ensuring the safety of nearly one million properties throughout New York City by enforcing the city’s Building Code, but when it falls down on the job, it jeopardizes the safety of New Yorkers,” DiNapoli said. “The department needs to revamp its inspection process immediately and make sure dangerous violations are fixed before someone gets hurt.” For more information, click here.

CURRENT RFP’s

The following Request for Proposals have been recently issued by City and State government

Center for Advanced Technology Research Laboratory Located at Steinman Hall City College (December 9, 2011) On behalf of The City University Construction Fund (CUCF), Triton Construction acting as Construction Manager, is soliciting the services of a General Contractor to provide all labor, material, and equipment necessary for the renovation of the existing Center for Advanced Technology Research Laboratory located at the Steinman Hall Science Building at City College of New York. Bid documents may be downloaded from the Triton Construction’s under “Bid Opportunities” section at www.tritonconstruction.net. Bid documents will also be available for pickup at Triton Construction, 100 Quentin Roosevelt Boulevard, Suite 200, Garden City, NY. Bidders MUST contact Christopher Pearson, Preconstruction Manager, Triton Construction, at 516-780-8100 or cpearson@tritonconstruction.net to arrange for pickup of bid documents. Unless otherwise requested, these documents will be provided on a compact disk (CD-ROM/DVD) in PDF format. Proper identification will be required at ground floor entrance such as Driver’s License or Passport, and access for document pick-up will limited to regular business hours. For more information, click here.

Harlem Incubator( December 15, 2011) – New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking proposals from qualified individuals, organizations, or companies to develop, operate and maintain an incubator space in the Manhattan neighborhood of Harlem, preferably along, or within a two-block walk of 125th Street. NYCEDC may make certain funding available to help cover specific incubator start-up costs and operating expenses. NYCEDC will consider incubator programs for (i) startup businesses in technology, new media, or services sectors, generally, (ii) co-working space for freelancers, entrepreneurs, small businesses, and startups, or (iii) a combination thereof. Food use or similar programs will not be considered for purposes of this incubator. For more information, click here.

Homebase (December 15, 2011) – DHS is issuing a RFP, E-PIN 07112P0003 seeking appropriately qualified contractors to provide homeless prevention services in eleven (11) Service Areas citywide. The Homebase program under this RFP consists of the identification and resolution of housing problems in the community to avert shelter entry and/or re-entry. DHS anticipates awarding 11 contracts for Homebase services. A proposer may propose to provide services in more than one service area. However, a separate and complete proposal package must be submitted for each. A Pre-Proposal Conference is scheduled for Tuesday, November 15, 2011 at 2:00 p.m., located at the 2 Washington Street, 19th Floor, Room 1995, New York, NY 10004. Attendance at the pre-proposal conference is optional but proposers are strongly encouraged to attend. Please bring appropriate identification for security clearance. For more information, click here.

Out of School Time (December 16, 2011) – DYCD seeks qualified not-for-profit organizations to deliver year-round out-of-school time (OST) programs to New York City (City) public and private, including charter, school students in kindergarten through the middle school grades. The OST programs will be located in neighborhoods throughout the City (Service Areas 1 and 2). In addition, DYCD seeks vendors to provide technical assistance (TA) to support the OST program contractors and conduct outcomes tracking and evaluation (Service Areas 3 and 4). Attendance at Pre-proposal conferences are optional, but strongly recommended. Multiple sessions will be held as follows: Service Areas 1 and 2 (Direct Program Services)Tuesday, November 15, 2011 at 10:00am to 12:00pm and 2:00pm to 4:00pm and Wednesday November 16, 2011 at 10:00am to 12:00pm.These Pre-Proposal conferences will be held at NYC Technical College, Klitgord Center 285 Jay Street Brooklyn, NY 11201. For more information, click here.

Pre-Kindergarten and Early Intervention Transportation Services (December 16, 2011) – The DOE is seeking bids from organizations experienced in providing safe, reliable and efficient transportation services to children and other approved participants receiving Early Intervention, Pre-Kindergarten or similar services. It is expected that services will begin July 1, 2012 for a period of five years. The NYCDOE anticipates entering into agreements with multiple vendors resulting from this Request for Bids (RFB). If you cannot download this BID, please send an e-mail to VendorHotline@schools.nyc.gov with the BID Number and title in the subject line of your e-mail. For all questions related to this BID, please send an e-mail to Lrodrig@schools.nyc.gov with the BID Number and title in the subject line of your e-mail. For more information, click here.

Grant Administration and Management (December 21, 2011) – OCME has been the recipient of numerous Federal and State grants which enable us to enhance and maintain our current work in the interest of criminal justice and public health, and provide us the means to advance science in pursuit of our goals for the benefit of the public. The OCME is seeking the services of a qualified vendor to provide timely administrative services in support of grant-funded programs. The selected vendor will support these programs by assisting in the recruitment of personnel, procuring grant- mandated goods and services , and complying with all administration, reporting and documentation requirements of the grants. quickly, funds available from a source outside the City will be lost to the City. For more information, click here.

Parent Academy (December 28, 2011) – December 1, 2011 at 2:30 P.M. ET, Located at 65 Court St., Conference Room #1201, 12th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 The New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE), on behalf of the Division of Family and Community Engagement (FACE), is seeking proposals to support greater student achievement by increasing family involvement. Pursuant to the Chancellor’s Children First agenda, the NYCDOE established a parent support system, including placement of full-time parent coordinators in more than 1,600 schools. The parent support system helps give families and communities the access, information, and tools needed to be full partners in the education of the City’s public school children. The NYCDOE will contract with up to two vendors to increase family involvement in children’s education by providing workshops and training for school administrators and school-based families. Working closely with the Department of Education and key community partners, the contracted vendor(s) would be required to complete the required services in one or both of the following components:

  • School-based community training to support implementation of the five Partnerships
  • Standards for Schools and Families for Schools and Families
  • Borough-wide family workshops

The awarded vendor for Component 1 will be responsible for developing a comprehensive training curriculum and materials to support school communities as they implement the Partnership Standards. The vendor will incur the cost of advertising and all outreach to recruit schools. The awarded vendor for Component 2 will develop and deliver workshops to help families support their children’s academic success on topics delineated in the solicitation. For more information, click here.

Sponsorship of Multiservice Centers (December 29, 2011) – Human Resources Administration requests proposals by 2 p.m. on Nov. 29 for the sponsorship of multiservice centers. To make inquiries, contact William French at (212) 331-5153 or frenchw@hra.nyc.gov. For more information, click here.

Bush Terminal Ground-Up Development (due December 29, 2011) – New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) seeks proposals for the lease of an approximately 130,000 square foot parcel of land located on Block 725, part of Lot 1, in the Sunset Park section of Brooklyn (the “Site”). The Site is part of the Bush Terminal Campus and the Southwest Brooklyn Industrial Business Zone. For more information, click here.

Bush Terminal Piers Open Space Construction Services (December 30, 2011) – The Bush Terminal Piers Open Space Project is located within Bush Terminal, along First Avenue and largely between 43rd and 51st Streets on the Sunset Park waterfront. The project includes a comfort station, new multi-purpose fields, decorative pavements, plantings, lighting, and related improvements. Detailed submission guidelines are outlined in the Bid package. The cost of the Bid package is $150.00. The only form of payment accepted will be exact cash, certified check or money order payable to NYCEDC. For more information, click here.

Construction Services, East River Ferry Landings Mitigation (January 06, 2012) – The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) on behalf of the city of New York is issuing a public bid for project wetland mitigation to be completed as part of the East River Ferry Landings project. The subject mitigation is to be completed at Pier 7 at Bush Terminal in Brooklyn. Detailed submission guidelines are outlined in the Bid package. The cost of the Bid package is $50.00. The only form of payment accepted will be certified check or money order payable to NYCEDC. The bid package will be available for pick up at the office of NYCEDC. An optional site visit is scheduled for Friday, December 9, 2011 at 10:00 am. Attendees are requested to meet at Pier 7 at Bush Terminal. Respondents may submit questions and/or request clarifications, with regards to the subject matter of the project, from NYCEDC no later than Wednesday, December 14, 2011 at 3:00 PM. These questions should be directed to eastriverferry@nycedc.com. Any questions or requests for clarifications received after this date will not be answered. Answers to all questions will be posted Wednesday, December 21, 2011 to www.nycedc.com/RFP, so as to be available to all respondents, if NYCEDC determines that such answers provide material clarification to the Bid. Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprises (“M/WBE”) are also encouraged to apply. For more information, click here.

Transportation Planning, Transportation Engineering, Urban Design and Related Services (January 09, 2012) – Engineering Service Agreement (ESA) for Transportation Planning, Transportation Engineering, Urban Design and Related Services. A Pre-Proposal Conference (Optional) will be held on Wednesday, November 30, 2011 @ 10:00 AM @ 55 Water Street, Ground Floor Conference Room, New York, NY 10041. For additional information, please contact Ellen Zielinski (212) 839-6478. For more information, click here.

Operation and Maintenance of the Coney Island Carousel, Food Service Facility and Special Event Concession (January 18, 2012) – In Steeplechase Park, Brooklyn. There will be a recommended proposer meeting on Tuesday, December 6, 2011 at 11 am. We will be meeting in Room 407 of the Arsenal, which is located at 830 5th Avenue, in Central Park, Manhattan. If you are considering responding to this RFP, please make every effort to attend this recommended meeting. TELECOMMUNICATION DEVICE FOR THE DEAF (TDD) 212-504-4115. For more information, click here.

Rossville Municipal Site RFEI (January 18, 2012) – New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking expressions of interest for the redevelopment of up to 33 acres of the Rossville Municipal Site located at 2629 Arthur Kill Road on the Arthur Kill Channel in Richmond County, in the Rossville area of Staten Island, New York. The site is the largest New York City-owned property available for maritime development and one of the few remaining industrial waterfront properties available and suitable for shipping in the entire region. The site’s approximately 2000 linear feet of shoreline along the federally maintained Arthur Kill Channel and its easy access to a highway are major and unique assets. For more information, click here.

TIER II (January 24, 2012) – DHS is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to operate 4 city owned Family Shelter for homeless families located as follows: Freeman Residence located at 999 Freeman Street, Bronx, NY 10459; Seneca Residence located at 1215-25 Seneca Avenue, Bronx, NY 10474; Regent Residence, 2720 Broadway, Bronx, NY 10025 and University Residence located 1041 at University Avenue, Bronx, NY 10452. A Pre- Proposal Conference is scheduled for Wednesday, December 14, 2011 at 11:00 a.m., located at 33 Beaver Street, 13th Floor Conference Room, New York, NY 10004. Attendance at the pre-proposal conference is optional but proposers are strongly encouraged to attend. Please bring appropriate identification for security clearance. For more information, click here.

Saratoga Square (due May 18, 2012) – New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) seeks proposals for the sale or lease of an approximately 25,762 square foot parcel of land located on Block 1557, Lots 3, 4, 23, 26, 28, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, and 37 in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn (the “Site”). Through this Request For Proposals (“RFP”), NYCEDC is seeking individuals or organizations to develop the Site for a use that maximizes the creation of jobs for local residents, generates proceeds attributed to new development from tax revenue and purchase price/ground rent, and is contextually appropriate in terms of both design and use. For more information, click here.

Halleck Industrial Development Site at Hunts Point (due May 23, 2012) – The New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”), on behalf of the New York City Department of Small Business Services (“SBS”), is seeking qualified proposals to develop an unimproved parcel of land in the Hunts Point section of the Bronx under a long term ground lease. The parcel, known as the Halleck Industrial Development Site, is a prime, shovel-ready site for new construction of a modern industrial facility. For more information, click here.

Non-Secure Detention Group Homes (due May 31, 2013) – ACS Division of Youth and Family Justice is soliciting applications from organizations interested in operating non- secure detention group homes in New York City. This is an open-ended solicitation. For more information, click here.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Our new feature Food for Thought presents recently issued policy or research reports which you may find of interest.

JUSTICE DERAILED: What Raids on New York’s Trains and Buses Reveal about Border Patrol’s Interior Enforcement Practices

This past November the NYU School of Law Immigrant Rights Clinic, the New York Civil Liberties Union and Families for Freedom regarding practices of Border Patrol in upstate New York published the first-ever in-depth examination of the Border Patrol’s transportation raids in upstate New York. The report is based on a dataset of all transportation arrests in Rochester Sta­tion from 2006 to 2009 and detailed information on a random sample of 200 of those arrests. The report highlights “a shift from the Border Patrol’s mission of policing the border” and “suggests an established pattern of misconduct by Border Patrol agents in the course of transportation raids”. The report concludes with a set of recommendations to address the problems outlined. To view the entire report, click here.

CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULE week of 12/5 – 12/9

Please note that this calendar is subject to change.

Committee on Veterans (Jointly with the Committee on Mental Health, Mental
Retardation, Alcoholism, Drug Abuse and Disability Services)
Date: Monday, December 5, 2011
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: 250 Broadway – Committee Room, 14th Fl.
Agenda: For more information, click here.

Committee on Juvenile Justice (Jointly with the Committee on Women’s Issues and the
Committee on Youth Services)
Date: Monday, December 5, 2011
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: 250 Broadway- Committee Room, 14th Fl.
Agenda: Oversight – Implementation of the Safe Harbor Act.

Committee on Transportation
Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 250 Broadway- Committee Room, 14th Fl.
Agenda: Oversight – MTA Readiness for Winter 2011-2012.

Committee on Land Use
Date: Tuesday, December6, 2011
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: 250 Broadway- Committee Room, 16th Fl.
Agenda: For more information, click here.

Committee on Small Business (Jointly with the Committee on Economic Development)
Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 250 Broadway- Committee Room, 14th Fl.
Agenda: Oversight – Industrial Business Zones and Retaining Small Manufacturing

Committee on Civil Service and Labor
Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 250 Broadway- Committee Room, 16th Fl.
Agenda: For more information, click here.

City Council Stated Meeting
Date: Thursday, December 8, 2011
Time: 1:30 PM
Location: Council Chambers – City Hall
Agenda: For more information, click here.