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Affairs and Appointments – June 24, 2011

Affairs and Appointments – June 24, 2011

NEW YORK CITY GOVERNMENT weekly update

  • Mayor Bloomberg, Borough President Markowitz and Theatre for a New Audience Announce Start to Construction of Theatre Company’s New Home in Brooklyn’s Bam Cultural District
  • Mayor Bloomberg Announces Winners of the 29th Annual Awards for Excellence in Design
  • Public Advocate Bill de Blasio Releases Report Outlining Damage from Teacher Layoffs Could Linger for Years to Come
  • Public Advocate de Blasio Releases Report on Department of Education Failures in Placement for Special Ed Kindergarteners
  • Department of Youth and Community Development Releases the 2011 New York City Summer Fun Guide
  • The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Announces the Cities Service Building and First Floor Lobby are Named Landmarks
  • New York City Department of Transportation Expands Anti-speeding Campaign with City’s First “Skeleton” Speed Boards
  • The New York City Economic Development Corporation and the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications Announce the Launch of NYCBigApps Ideas Challenge

NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT weekly update

  • Governor Andrew Cuomo Announces Five Year Labor Agreement with Civil Service Employees Association
  • Legislature Passes Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s Bill To Crack Down On Tax Cheats
  • New York State Senate Passes Fourteen Bills
  • New York State Assembly Passes Thirteen Bills
  • Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli’s Bill Targeting Pension Abuse Passed by State Legislature

CURRENT RFPs

  • New this week:
    • HA:Coach Buses for Community Operations
    • DOE: Universal Prekindergarten Full Day
    • DCAS: Rooftop Solar Electricity on Public Buildings
    • HHC: Laundry Machine Concession

CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULE Week of 6/27 – 7/1


NEW YORK CITY GOVERNMENT

Mayor Bloomberg, Borough President Markowitz and Theatre for a New Audience Announce Start to Construction of Theatre Company’s New Home in Brooklyn’s Bam Cultural District
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, First Deputy Mayor Patricia E. Harris,Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and Theatre for a New Audience Chairman Theodore C. Rogers and Founding Artistic Director Jeffrey Horowitz today announced the start to construction of the new, permanent home for Theatre for a New Audience on a City-owned former parking lot in Brooklyn’s growing BAM Cultural District. Set to open in April 2013, the Hugh Hardy-designed, 27,500-square-foot building will house a 3-level 299-seat theater,a rehearsal room, public lobby and various supporting spaces, providing a state-of-the-art venue for the theater company’s interpretations of Shakespeare and classical drama. For more information, click here.

Mayor Bloomberg Announces Winners of the 29th Annual Awards for Excellence in Design
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, First Deputy Mayor Patricia E. Harris,and Design Commission President James P. Stuckey and Executive Director Jackie Snyder announced the 11 outstanding public projects that will be honored at the Public Design Commission’s 29th Annual Awards for Excellence in Design. The Design Commission, formerly called the Art Commission, has given awards to exceptional public projects since 1982. The winning projects are selected by the Design Commission from the hundreds of submissions reviewed each year, and they exemplify the highest standards of design. For more information, click here.

Public Advocate Bill de Blasio Releases Report Outlining Damage from Teacher Layoffs Could Linger for Years to Come
As budget talks reach their final days, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio released a report outlining long-term consequences of the Administration’s proposal to eliminate 6,000 teachers. These layoffs are the largest since the 1970s fiscal crisis and data from that period shows that massive layoffs have consequences that linger long after the economy recovers. After firing 15,000 city teachers, guidance counselors and paraprofessionals in1976 and 1977, New York City faced a prolonged period when it struggled to recover its pre-cut ratio of teachers to students, and faced extreme difficulty rehiring faculty that had been dismissed. For more information, click here.

Public Advocate de Blasio Releases Report on Department of Education Failures in Placement for Special Ed Kindergarteners
New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio released Rocky Start:Problems with Turning 5, a report cataloging the burdens on thousands of students with disabilities, their parents and taxpayers caused by poor planning at the Department of Education. The report shows that due to the Department’s missteps in what is known as the “Turning Five” process, 2,500 students with disabilities and their families are being directed to utilize Non Public School(NPS) programs that cannot possibly accommodate a large influx of additional students. Additionally, by directing thousands of students to utilize these programs, the Department could end up costing city taxpayers over $10 million. For more information, click here.

Department of Youth and Community Development Releases the 2011 New York City Summer Fun Guide
Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) Commissioner Jeanne B. Mullgrav marked the first day of summer with the release of the comprehensive 2011 New York City Youth Guide to Summer Fun. With hundreds of diverse offerings spanning every borough, there is something suitable for New Yorkers of all ages. All of the activities listed are either free or provided at very low cost to participants.
The Guide offers a day-by-day calendar of events, as well as activities that will be on-going throughout the summer. Included in the Guide is a list of museum deals, public barbecue sites, pools, sprinkler parks,beaches and other interesting activities and exciting places to explore throughout the City. For more information, click here.

The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Announces the Cities Service Building and First Floor Lobby are Named Landmarks
The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously to landmark the exterior and first-floor lobby of the Cities Service Building, the 66-story Art Deco tower at 70 Pine St. that most recently served as the headquarters of American International Group, a financial services company and insurer. The 952-footsetback skyscraper, crowned by a tiered glass lanter and stainless steel spire,is considered one of one of the most recognizable buildings on Manhattan’s skyline. For more information, click here.

New York City Department of Transportation Expands Anti-speeding Campaign with City’s First “Skeleton” Speed Boards
New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan announced the installation of skeleton speed boards on two New York City streets in Brooklyn and Queens, the first in a series of citywide installations to call dramatic attention to the potentially fatal consequences of exceeding the city’s 30 m.p.h. speed limit. The signs, temporarily located on the southbound side of 4th Avenue between 38th and 39th streets in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, and westbound Horace Harding Expressway and Xenia Street in Elmhurst, Queens, display speeds and also an image of a skeleton if vehicles exceed the posted limit along these two corridors with histories of excessive speeding. For more information,click here.

New York City Economic Development Corporation and the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications Announces the Launch of NYCBigApps Ideas Challenge
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and the New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications(DoITT) launched the NYC BigApps Ideas Challenge, a competition for the public to submit new ideas for web, desktop, or mobile applications that would benefit New York City residents, businesses, and visitors. The Ideas Challenge is designed to build upon the success of the annual NYC BigApps Competition, a contest for individual software developers or companies to create applications utilizing official City data. For more information, click here.

NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT

Governor Andrew Cuomo Announces Five Year Labor Agreement with Civil Service Employees Association
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that his administration has reached a five-year labor agreement with the Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA). CSEA represents66,000 New York State employees and is one of the largest public employee unions in the state. Upon ratification, this agreement would provide CSEA protection from broad layoffs. The agreement includes a freeze on base wages for 3 years and a redesign of the employee health care contribution and benefit system, saving $73 million this fiscal year and $93 million next fiscal year. For more information, click here.

Legislature Passes Schneiderman Bill To Crack Down On Tax Cheats
In a major victory in the fight against white collar crime, the state Senate overwhelmingly passed Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman’s legislation to close a loophole that let tax evaders off the hook for breaking the law. The Attorney General’s program bill, which was drafted in collaboration with New York County District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr., amends a law that prohibits the state from prosecuting income tax cheats who have been previously prosecuted in federal court for the “same criminal transactions” even if the crimes are distinct. The Assembly passed Schneiderman’s bill on Friday. For more information, click here.

Senate OKs Legislation Allowing Towns to Set Speed Limits
Legislation sponsored by Senator Betty Little that would allow towns throughout New York State to establish their own speed limits was approved by the Senate.
Currently, towns are required to seek permission from the New York State Department of Transportation to change a speed limit, a sometimes long and arduous process. However, villages, towns with populations greater than 50,000 residents,suburban class towns and all cities are not required to seek the same approval.

New York State Senate Passes Fourteen Bills
This week, the New York State Senate passed fourteen bills. They include:

  • S.5411A (Fuschillo) The “Complete Streets” legislation would require state, county and local transportation agencies to consider roadway design features that increase the safety of pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists.
  • S.3184 (Little) – The bill ensures appropriate due process protections for providers and recipients of Medicaid who come under the scrutiny of the Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG). The bill would allow local governments to cooperatively purchase, or piggy-back, on contracts already approved for other government agencies, including those of other states or the federal government.
  • S.5525B (Little) – The bill would allow local governments to cooperatively purchase, or piggy-back,on contracts already approved for other government agencies, including those of other states or the federal government.
  • S.2998 (LaValle) – The bill establishes a fixed real property school tax rate for seniors who are eligible for the enhanced STAR exemption, providing much needed tax relief to hundreds of thousands of seniors throughout New York State.
  • S.4454B (DeFrancisco) – The“good Samaritan” legislation limits the use of evidence of illicit activity when an individual seeks treatment for someone experiencing an accidental drug overdose.
  • A.8366 (Gantt) – The bill requires consideration be given to the access and mobility needs of all users of our transportation network.
  • S.4712 (Ritchie) – The legislation would allow private air ambulance services to offer membership subscriptions.
  • S.3988 (Lanza) – The bill would help patients by enabling oral chemotherapy – a treatment in pill form – to be covered by insurance as a chemotherapy treatment.
  • S.5474 (Fuschillo, Jr.) – The bill would help counties save money in providing public defense services to individuals who cannot afford an attorney and exempt legal aid societies from having to pay a fee to search DMV records in public defense cases.
  • S.5253B (Ritchie) – The bill would divert youth to an education program addressing the sending of nude or obscene photographs through electronic technologies, also known as “sexting,” as well as conduct that constitutes “cyber bullying.”
  • S.4876 (Lanza) – The bill would keep jobs in New York by requiring racing and wagering call centers to be located in-state.
  • S.1883A (Flanagan) – The bill requires insurance companies to cover the cost of supplemental screening for women who have dense breast tissue or who are at greater risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • S.5844 (Maziarz) – The Power NY Act would secure the state’s energy future by expanding the availability of affordable, clean and reliable electricity, while also creating jobs and boosting the economy.
  • S.4005-B (Fuschillo& Morelle) – The bill would save tens of thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket expenses spent by families caring for individuals with autism and address insurance companies’ refusal to cover costs for autism treatments and therapies.

New York State Assembly Passes Thirteen Bills
This week, the New York State Assembly passed thirteen bills. They include:

  • A.8452 (Schimminger) – The bill would establish the “Innovate NY Fund,” anew economic development program focused on investing in emerging industries that will fuel economic growth in New York State.
  • A.4407 (Lentol) -The bill would make it a misdemeanor punishable by up to three months in prison and a $500 fine for knowingly being a spectator at an animal fight. A second offense would carry up to a year in prison and a $1,000 fine.
  • A.8195-A (Rosenthal) – The bill would educate hotel and motel employees about their rights under law against sexual harassment.
  • A.8330, A.8325, A.8323 (Weisenberg,Ortiz & Bing) – The legislative package is designed to better protect and improve the care provided to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • A.0644A (Clark) – The bill would establish a new Executive Office of the Child Advocate to ensure the safety of children in the state’s child welfare, juvenile justice and childcare systems.
  • A.8367 (Silver) – The bill provides for public financing of campaigns for the Office of the State Comptroller beginning in 2014.
  • A.5274 (Galef) – The legislation specifies that a bill would be deemed “printed and on Members’ desks” if the bill is in a legible electronic format available for review at the desks of members.
  • A.8366 (Gantt) – The bill requires consideration be given to the access and mobility needs of all users of our transportation network.
  • A.2264B (Crespo) – The bill would make prostitution in a school zone a class am is demeanor, which carries a one year jail sentence and a $1,000 fine.
  • A.8510 (Cahill) – The legislation stipulates that any proposals for the siting of facilities that generate at least 25megawatts – down from the previous 80-megawatt threshold – would require a detailed analysis of potential health and environmental impacts.
  • A.8514 (Morelle) – The legislation would create the New York Health Benefit Exchange which would ensure that affordable health coverage is available for residents and small business owners who need it. The bill would also bring New York State into compliance with the federal Affordable Care Act which requires the establishment of health care exchanges to make it easier and more affordable for individuals and small businesses to obtain health coverage.

Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli’s Bill Targeting Pension Abuse Passed by State Legislature
The New York State Legislature passed legislation Monday night to boost State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli’s ability to catch those who abuse the state pension system. The bill grants the Comptroller’s office access to State Department of Taxation and Finance’s wage reporting system to identify New York State and Local Retirement System retirees working for local governments who exceed the state’s post-retirement earnings limitation. If a state or local government employee earns more than those limits, the Comptroller has the authority to suspend and recoup any excess pension payments. For more information, click here.

CURRENT RFP’s

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

Chancellor’s and Superintendent’s Representatives (due June 27, 2011) – The New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) is seeking consultants to serve as Chancellor’s or Superintendent’s representatives in the grievance and other administrative processes that are required by the various collective bargaining agreements between NYCDOE and various unions, and NYCDOE rules and regulations. For more information, click here.

Waterfront Properties, Consultant Services (due June 28, 2011) – NYCEDC is seeking a consultant to assist it in the performance of its current waterfront property management responsibilities. For more information, click here.

Construction Management Services for Various Waterfront Properties (June 28, 2011) – The New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) is a not-for-profit corporation that performs a variety of development and property management functions on behalf of The City of New York. NYCEDC’s current property management portfolio is quite extensive and includes various properties owned, managed and/or leased by the City, by an agency of the City or by NYCEDC. A large portion of these properties are waterfront properties and lands under water. For more information, click here.

Coach Buses For Community Operations (July 6, 2011) – The New York City Housing Authority(NYCHA) is seeking round trip transportation in a safe, clean school bus for residents and staff, transporting them from a NYCHA Community Facility located in one of the five Boroughs of New York City to a cultural, educational or amusement facility (the “Destination”) located in the Tri-State area. Interested firms may obtain a copy and submit it on NYCHA`s website: Doing Business With NYC HA. Vendors are instructed to access the “Register Here” link for “New Vendors”; if you have supplied goods or services to NYCHA in the past and you have your log-in credentials, click the “Log into iSupplier” link under “Existing Vendor”. If you do not have your log-incredentials, click the “Request a Log-in ID” using the link under “Existing Vendor”. Upon access, reference applicable RFQ number per solicitation. For more information, click here.

Food Entrepreneurs Fund (July 6, 2011) – The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) to make and service loans in connection with the 10,000 Small Businesses NYCEDC Food Manufacturers Fund, a joint initiative by NYCEDC and Goldman Sachs Bank USA (GS) to provide affordable loans to food manufacturers in the City. For more information, click here.

The 10,000 Small Business NYCEDC Food Manufacturers Fund For Community Development Financial Institution (due July 6, 2011) – The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) to make and service loans in connection with the 10,000 Small Businesses NYCEDC Food Manufacturers Fund (the “Fund”), a joint initiative by NYCEDC and Goldman Sachs Bank USA (GS) to provide affordable loans to food manufacturers in the City. For more information, click here.

Rooftop Solar Electricity on Public Buildings (due July 7, 2011) – The City of New York’s Department of Citywide Administrative Services (“DCAS”) is seeking an appropriately qualified developer to supply electricity generated by solar photovoltaic (PV) systems through a long-term power purchase agreement (“PPA”).Under the PPA, the developer will provide electricity services through the installation, ownership, and operation of PV systems on the rooftops of five(5) City-owned host buildings. The electricity generated by each PV system will be sold to the City and used by the City-owned host building over the course of a twenty (20) year contract term. For more information, click here.

Development, Operation and Maintenance of an Indoor Tennis Facility (Due July 7, 2011) – For more information, click here.

Sunset Park Material Recycling Facility (due July 12, 2011) – Sims Municipal Recycling of New York, LLC (SMR) is issuing a public single prime contractor bid for Marine Phase II Work at 472-490 30th Street Pier, Brooklyn,NY, including the furnishing and installation of wharf piles, pipe and sheet piles, pile caps, concrete relieving platforms, wharf fendering system, bollards and fairleads. Also, furnish, install and maintain containment booms and siltation curtains incidental thereto. For more information,click here.

Universal PreKindergarten Full Day (due July 18, 2011) – This solicitation process is intended to identify providers who are willing to collaborate with DOE Early Childhood Field Office(s) to implement the Universal Prekindergarten Full Day Programs (5 days – 31 hours per week) in New York City districts with a high need for prekindergarten seats. Providers will not be eligible unless they have a contract for ‘11- ’12 school year and have at least two years of UPK services under a DOE contract. Providers serving districts 4,6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 17, 19, 23 and/or 32 and sites accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) are encouraged to apply. For more information, click here.

East 73rd Street Development(due July 28, 2011) – The New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”), on behalf and at the request of the New York City Department of Sanitation (“DSNY”), is issuing this Request for Proposals (“RFP”) for the redevelopment of a DSNY site at 525 East 73rd Street (Lot 15 on Block 1485 of the Borough of Manhattan) on the Upper East Side (the “Site”). The Site is approximately 68,000 square feet, zoned M3-2, and partially occupied by a month-to-month tenant. For more information, click here.

121 West 125th Street Retail Space for Lease (due July 29, 2011) – New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) is seeking to lease retail spaces ranging from 800 square feet to 4,000 square feet for retail uses at 121 West 125th Street located in Manhattan. NYCEDC wishes to enter into leases with companies to provide services to residents in the neighborhood and to the neighboring communities. For more information, click here.

Whole School Reform (due August 1, 2011) – The New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE), on behalf of the Office of School, seeks proposals from organizations experienced in working with schools in need of whole school reform. The ultimate goal is for the program designs to function as transitional plans that ultimately lead to the ability of schools to continue reform efforts on their own. For more information, click here.

Laundry Machine Concession (due August 1, 2011) – Metropolitan Hospital Center, a member of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation is seeking to establish a contractual relationship with a Pay Per Use Laundry Vendor to operate Laundry Machines for MHC’s residents. In addition, thew inning Vendor will be required to provide, maintain, and service approximately10 non-revenue generating machines, which shall be used by a limited number of MHC’s patients solely for therapeutic purposes. For more information, click here.

Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies (due August 5, 2011) – Bellevue Hospital Center part of the South Manhattan Health Care Network, and the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation is seeking to establish contractual relationships with manufacturers or authorized distributors of Durable Medical Equipment and medical supplies for our inpatients and patients post-discharge needs. For more information, click here.

Pier 15 Maritime Pavilion and Berthing Spaces (due August 9, 2011) – The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) on behalf of the City of New York, acting through its Department of Small Business Services, is issuing a request for proposals from qualified individuals or organizations (“Respondents”, each a “Respondent”) in connection with the City’s award of a lease (or leases) or other occupancy agreements covering the following sites located on Pier 15 along the East River in Lower Manhattan:
(1) Enclosed pavilion space on the western portion of Pier 15 (the “Maritime Pavilion”).
(2) Berthing and tie-up space on the south, east, and northeast sides of Pier 15
(3) At Respondent’s option, permanent and/or transient berthing and tie-up space along the north side apron of Pier 15
Pier 15 and associated Maritime Pavilion and berth areas are being constructed as part of the larger East River Esplanade Project, which is intended to transform the waterfront area into a new pedestrian-friendly, publicly-accessible open space. For more information, click here.

Earlylearn (due August 11, 2011) – The New York Children’s Services (ACS) is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to provide quality early care and education services within all five New York City boroughs. For more information, click here.

Brooklyn Army Terminal 4E Lease (August 15, 2011) – The New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) seeks proposals for the lease of an approximately 20,400 square foot space in Unit 4E of Building B (the “Site”) of Brooklyn Army Terminal, located in Block 5778, part of Lot 1, in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn. The Site is part of the Brooklyn Army Terminal Campus and is located in the Southwest Brooklyn Industrial Business Zone. 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.

Urbancanvas (due October 14, 2012) – The urbancanvas Design Competition was a challenge to professional artists and designers to create printed designs for temporary protective structures at construction sites to beautify New York City’s streets cape. The competition sought complementary proposals for designs to enliven different types of temporary protective structures located on City-owned property: construction fences, sidewalk sheds, supported scaffolds and cocoon systems. 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.

CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULE week of 6/27 – 7/1

Please note that this calendar is subject to change.

Committee on Governmental Operations
Date: Monday, June 27
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: 250 Broadway – Committee Room, 14th Fl.
Agenda:Oversight: Recommendations of the Mayor’s Committee on Consolidation of Administrative Tribunals and Executive

Committee on Economic Development(Jointly with the Committee on Waterfronts)
Date: Monday, June 27
Time: 10:30 AM
Location: 250 Broadway – Committee Room, 16th Fl.
Agenda: Oversight – The Brooklyn Navy Yard: Status of Economic and Waterfront Development.

Committee on General Welfare (Jointly with the Committee on Women’s Issues)
Date: Monday, June 27
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 250 Broadway – Committee Room, 14th Fl.
Agenda: Oversight – Combating Sexual Exploitation in NYC: Examining Available Social Services

Committee on Contracts
Date: Monday, June 27
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 250 Broadway – Committee Room, 16th Fl.
Agenda: Intro 3234: A Local Law to amend the New York City charter, in relation to the procedure governing agency service contracts.

City Council Stated Meeting
Date: Wednesday, June 29
Time: 1:30 PM
Location: Emigrant Savings Bank
Agenda: For more information, click here.

Committee on Civil Rights
Date: Thursday, June 30
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: 250 Broadway – Committee Room, 14th Fl.
Agenda: Intro 3235: A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of
New York, in relation to unlawful discriminatory practices.
Intro 3236: A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to the definition of employer for purposes of the human rights law.

Committee on Small Business
Date: Thursday, June 30
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 93-43 Sutphin Boulevard
Agenda: Tour: Greater Jamaica Development Corporation

Committee on Sanitation and Solid Waste Management
Date: Thursday, June 30
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 250Broadway – Committee Room, 14th Fl.
Agenda: Oversight: Packaging Reduction