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Affairs and Appointments – October 14, 2011

Affairs and Appointments – October 14, 2011

Announcement: Capalino+Company Adds New Interactive Maps to Its Web Site

NEW YORK CITY GOVERNMENT weekly update

  • Mayor Bloomberg, Speaker Quinn and Brooklyn Borough President Markowitz Launch Major Renovation of Arts and Media Center in Downtown Brooklyn
  • Mayor Bloomberg Announces Contest to Name New Open Space in Queens Plaza
  • Mayor Bloomberg and Buildings Commissioner Limandri Announce Opening of Development Hub to Accelerate Construction Approval Process and Speed UP Job Creation
  • Mayor BloombergLaunches NYC BigApps 3.0 Competition, Announces New Technology Council and Immigration Seminars for Start-Ups
  • Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Gibbs, Commissioner Mullgrav Kick-Off Young Adult Literacy Program As First Major Component of Young Men’s Initiative
  • Public Advocate De Blasio Announces the School Bus System is Failing Students & Taxpayers
  • Public Advocate de Blasio Releases Guide on How to Prevent & Intervene in Sexual Assaults
  • Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn, Council General Welfare Committee Chair Annabel Palma, Public Advocate Bill De Blasio, New York City Coalition Against Hunger and elected Officials Call on Mayor Bloomberg to End Finger Imaging Requirements for Food Stamp Applicants
  • Speaker Quinn, Elected Officials, Advocates Announce Free Community Self Defense Training In Response to Brooklyn Sexual Assault Incidents

NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT weekly update

  • Governor Cuomo Announces Steps to Cut Waste and Improve Government Efficiency Expected to Save $600 Million Over Five Years
  • President Obama Approves Governor Cuomo’s Request for Expedited Federal Approval of Tappan Zee Bridge Project
  • Comptroller DiNapoli Forecasts Weaker Wall Street Outlook

CURRENT RFPs

  • New this week:
    • HRA: Child Care Services
    • HRA: Sponsorship of Multi-Service Centers
    • EDC: NYC Venture Connect, Consultant Services

FOOD FOR THOUGHT
CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULE Week of 10/17 – 10/21


NEW YORK CITY GOVERNMENT

Mayor Bloomberg, Speaker Quinn and Brooklyn Borough President Markowitz Launch Major Renovation of Arts and Media Center in Downtown Brooklyn
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, New York City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, New York City Economic Development Corporation President Seth Pinsky and Cultural Affairs Commissioner Kate D. Levin joined BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn Executive Director Leslie G. Schultz and UrbanGlass Executive Director Dawn Bennett to break ground on the BRIC Arts | Media House and UrbanGlass Renewal Project. A multi-disciplinary arts and media complex at the former site of the Strand Theatre at 647 Fulton Street, the $33 million City-funded renovation project will double BRIC’s operating space to 40,000 square feet and expand UrbanGlass by 3,300 square feet and modernize its 17,000-square-foot glassworking facility. The event began with a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the Strand Theatre, attended by officials and representatives from each organization. Following the groundbreaking, architect Thomas Leeser unveiled the new design for the renovation project at a formal program at the Mark Morris Dance Center, a neighboring arts organization in the BAM Cultural District.For more information, click here.

Mayor Bloomberg Announces Contest to Name New Open Space in Queens Plaza
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, New York City Economic Development Corporation, theDepartment of Parks & Recreationand theDepartment of City Planning launched a contest that will give New Yorkers the opportunity to leave a mark on a piece of the city by proposing a name for the new open space at Queens Plaza in Long Island City. Thanks to more than $45 million in roadway, pedestrian and bicycle improvements, Queens Plaza now offers a refuge for commuters, workers, residents, and cyclists. The plaza’s eastern end, at the site of the former John F. Kennedy commuter parking lot, has been transformed into a new, sustainably designed 1.5 acre open space – including wetlands, plantings, millstones and artist-designed benches – but the space lacks a name. New Yorkers should consider names that reflect the site history, local neighborhood, natural environment, and location and submit their suggestions by October 26. The new name will be unveiled on a permanent sign during an official ribbon-cutting event when the Queens Plaza project is completed.For more information, click here.

Mayor Bloomberg and Buildings Commissioner Limandri Announce Opening of Development Hub to Accelerate Construction Approval Process and Speed UP Job Creation
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Buildings Commissioner Robert LiMandri announced the opening of the NYC Development Hub, a state-of-the-art plan review center that will accelerate the approval process for construction projects throughout the City and speed up job creation. Licensed architects and engineers can submit digital construction plans to the Department of Buildings at the Development Hub and resolve any issues with City officials in a virtual environment – without ever meeting in person. Equipped with large television screens, smart boards, webcams and desktop computer tablets, the Development Hub will allow Buildings plan examiners to review thousands of building designs easier, faster – and without the use of paper for the first time in New York City. For more information, click here.

Mayor Bloomberg Launches NYC BigApps 3.0 Competition, Announces New Technology Council and Immigration Seminars for Start-Ups
Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Robert K. Steel, and Deputy Mayor for Operations Cas Holloway launched NYC BigApps 3.0, the third annual contest for software developers and members of the public to create web or mobile applications using official City data. Originally launched in 2009, the BigApps competitions aim to improve government transparency, as well as improve the daily lives of New York City residents and visitors. This year’s BigApps will capitalize on the tremendous success of the previous two competitions, and make even more City data sets available. More than 60 City agencies, Commissions, and Business Improvement Districts will make more than 230 new data sets available for NYC BigApps 3.0, bringing the total number of data sets that will be available to developers to nearly 750. For more information, click here.

Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Gibbs, Commissioner Mullgrav Kick-Off Young Adult Literacy Program As First Major Component of Young Men’s Initiative
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Linda I. Gibbs and Department of Youth and Community Development Commissioner Jeanne B. Mullgrav announced the expansion of the Young Adult Literacy Program. The program, which aims to improve literacy for disconnected youth who read between the fourth and eighth grade level, will receive $3 million over the next three years through the City’s Young Men’s Initiative. This is the first component of the Young Men’s Initiative to be funded and launched. The Young Adult Literacy Program is now fully operational at 17 sites across all five boroughs and will serve nearly 1,000 participants this year. The Mayor also thanked Sony for the donation of more than 1,500 Readers to City literacy programs to assist and enhance educational opportunities for participants. The Mayor was joined at the Bronx Public Library Center by Congressman Jose E. Serrano; Senator Gustavo Rivera; Assembly Member Jose Rivera; Joe Novelli, Vice President of Sony’s Digital Reader Business Division; Dr. Anthony Marx, President of the New York Public Library; and Luis Chavez, a recent graduate of the Young Adult Literacy Program.For more information, click here.

Public Advocate De Blasio Announces the School Bus System is Failing Students & Taxpayers
The $1 billion school bus system is unaccountable to taxpayers and unresponsive to parents, according to a report released by Public Advocate Bill de Blasio. “Doing Less with More: How the School Bus System is Failing Students and Taxpayers” encompasses a review of Department of Education documents as well as 500 parent surveys and 350 constituent complaints compiled by the Public Advocate. The report finds a lack of oversight in the current no-bid contract system, unreasonable standards that permit children to spend more than 3 hours on the bus each day, and poor communication that leaves parents in the dark.A five-point plan outlined by Public Advocate de Blasio will improve service and efficiency by reducing the maximum length of bus trips, bidding bus contracts openly, and improving communication with parents. For more information, click here.

Public Advocate de Blasio Releases Guide on How to Prevent & Intervene in Sexual Assaults
Following a string of 13 sexual assaults in six Brooklyn neighborhoods, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio has partnered with more than a dozen local elected officials and community organizations to release a guide providing information and safety tips to keep residents safe. “How You Can Help Prevent Sexual Assault & Harassment” details important safety precautions and available resources, including free services to escort straphangers home at night. More than 3,000 copies will be distributed to Brooklynites along 10 commercial strips in Park Slope, Greenwood Heights, Sunset Park, Bay Ridge, Windsor Terrace and Carroll Gardens. For more information, click here.

Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn, Council General Welfare Committee Chair Annabel Palma, Public Advocate Bill De Blasio, New York City Coalition Against Hunger and elected Officials Call on Mayor Bloomberg to End Finger Imaging Requirements for Food Stamp Applicants
On the heels of the bi-partisan actions in California and Texas that ended the practice of requiring federal food stamp applicants to submit to finger imaging to receive benefits, New York City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn, Council General Welfare Committee Chair Annabel Palma, Executive Director of the New York City Coalition Against Hunger Joel Berg, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, Deputy Majority Leader Leroy Comrie, Council Members Daniel Dromm, Brad Lander, Robert Jackson, Domenic M. Recchia, Jr., Stephen Levin, Melissa Mark-Viverito, State Senator Daniel Squadron, Triada Stampas of The Food Bank for New York City, Karol Markosky of the Council of Senior Centers and Services and Mark Dunlea of The Hunger Action Network of New York State gathered on the steps of City Hall to call on Mayor Bloomberg to end the practice. The officials announced legislation will be introduced next week that would require the Human Resources Administration to submit an annual report to the Council on the amount of money spent on finger imaging each year, and the number of fraudulent cases detected and referred to for criminal prosecution as a result of the practice. For more information, click here.

Speaker Quinn, Elected Officials, Advocates Announce Free Community Self Defense Training In Response to Brooklyn Sexual Assault Incidents
City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn, Council Member Sara Gonzalez, Tracy Hobson, Executive Director of The Center for Anti-Violence Education, elected officials and advocates announced details of a community-wide, free, self-defense course to be held this Sunday afternoon in Sunset Park. The course will take place at the entrance of the Sunset Park Recreation Center located at 7th Avenue and 42nd Street. This event will empower citizens to protect themselves from becoming victims of a sexual assault. This is in response to the string of incidents that have been occurring in various neighborhoods in Brooklyn since March. The classes will be held in English, Spanish and Chinese. For more information, click here.

NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT

Governor Cuomo Announces Steps to Cut Waste and Improve Government Efficiency Expected to Save $600 Million Over Five Years
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced transformative steps that his administration is taking to change the way state government does business in order to reduce costs and increase efficiency.The reforms will focus on five specific areas, including transforming the procurement process by harnessing the state’s full buying power to reduce costs, eliminating costly empty space leased by the state, modernizing information technology systems, improving customer service, and streamlining business services. These reforms are expected to save taxpayers $600 million in all funds over five years including $100 million in all funds over the next fiscal year. For more information, click here and to view the Governor’s Presentation, click here.

President Obama Approves Governor Cuomo’s Request for Expedited Federal Approval of Tappan Zee Bridge Project
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that President Barack Obama has approved New York State’s request to expedite the review and approval process to allow work to begin on the Tappan Zee Bridge project. The Tappan Zee project represents a multi-billion dollar investment that will create tens of thousands of jobs and restore a critical part of the Northeast’s transportation infrastructure. President Obama launched a competition where states could submit their high priority, job-creating projects in order to win expedited federal approvals, and New York submitted the Tappan Zee project in to the competition. With this expedited federal review of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and the processing of certain permits, the Tappan Zee project could begin as early as next year, potentially creating more jobs than any other infrastructure project in the country. For more information, click here.

Comptroller DiNapoli Forecasts Weaker Wall Street Outlook
Economic uncertainty due to the European sovereign debt crisis, a sluggish domestic economy, volatile stock markets, and regulatory changes are among the chief contributors to a weakened outlook for Wall Street profits, jobs and bonuses for 2011, according to an annual report on the securities industry released by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. For more information, click here.

CURRENT RFP’s

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

Parking Lot Operator Staten Island Ferry Terminal RFP (October 17, 2011) – Apple Industrial Development Corp. (“Apple”) is seeking to enter into a management contract with an experienced, professional commercial parking lot operator to manage a parking lot in the Staten Island Ferry Terminal vicinity located below Richmond Terrace in the St. George section of Staten Island, between Wall Street and Jersey Street. The parking lot consists of two separate parking areas, the east parking area and the west parking area, which is separated by the Minor League Stadium grounds. The parking lot is owned by the City of New York and managed by the New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) and by Apple on behalf of NYCEDC. For more information, click here.

Enhanced Yield and Bank Loan Fixed Income Investment Managers (October 20, 2011) – The Comptroller of the City of New York (the “Comptroller”), on behalf of the New York City Retirement Systems, and specifically the New York City Employees’ Retirement System (“NYCERS”), the Teachers’ Retirement System of the City of New York (“TEACHERS”), the New York City Police Pension Fund, Subchapter Two (“POLICE”), the New York City Fire Department Pension Fund, Subchapter Two (“FIRE”), and The Board of Education Retirement System (“BERS”), (collectively “NYCRS” or the “Systems”), is conducting a search to identify managers to manage enhanced yield and bank loan fixed income portfolios for one or more of the Systems. In addition, other related systems or funds may select managers through this solicitation. The Comptroller’s Office is using a pilot process to conduct this search, as permitted and in accordance with Section 3-12 (Innovative Procurement Methods) of the Procurement Policy Board Rules of the City of New York (“PPB Rules”). For more information, click here.

Pier 1 Hotel and Residential Development (October 24, 2011) – ThePier 1 Hotel and Residential Developmentis a rare opportunity to develop a destination waterfront hotel and residential complex. The RFP seeks qualified developers for the long-term lease, development and operation of a mixed-use project, which includes hotel, residential and restaurant uses. The hotel portion of the site will accommodate between 170-225 rooms and the residential portion of the site will accommodate between 150-180 units. The site will also include parking facilities, park restrooms and park support facilities. For more information, click here.

Broadway Plaza (October 24, 2011) – New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) seeks proposals for the sale and redevelopment of two adjacent parcels owned by the City of New York (the “City”). The parcels are zoned C4-4 and consist of Block 3266, Lots 13 and 25, in the borough of the Bronx (“Lot 13” and “Lot 25” respectively, and collectively the “Site”). Lot 13 is an approximately 74,880-square-foot surface parking lot, located between 230th Street and Verveelen Place. Lot 25 is an approximately 5,000-square-foot demapped portion of Kimberly Place east of Broadway that connects Lot 13 to Broadway. NYCEDC will consider proposals for the entire Site or for only Lot 13. For more information, click here.

Applied Sciences Facility in New York City (October 28, 2011) – Following the strong response to a Request for Expressions of Interest issued in December 2010, New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) is now issuing this Request for Proposals (this “RFP”), offering a unique opportunity to either develop a new applied sciences academic and research facility and campus or materially expand existing facilities in the City of New York (the “City”). To maintain a diverse and competitive economy, the City is seeking to expand its applied sciences capabilities. As a global business and academic capital with more than 626,000 post-secondary students, the City is poised for growth in the applied sciences arena. For a university or other degree- granting entity (each, an “Institution”) with academic and/or research programs in the applied sciences, this RFP provides an unparalleled opportunity to develop (or expand) and operate a premier state-of-the-art research facility and campus in one of the most dynamic academic, cultural and business environments in the world. For more information, click here.

Consolidated Funding Application (October 31, 2011) – As part of Governor Cuomo’s transformative plan to improve the state’s economic development model, a NYS Consolidated Funding Application (CFA) has been created that will streamline and expedite the grant application process. The CFA process marks a fundamental shift in the way state resources are allocated, ensuring less bureaucracy and greater efficiency to fulfill local economic development needs. Utilizing the CFA serving as the single entry point for access to economic development funding, applicants will no longer have to slowly navigate multiple agencies and sources without any mechanism for coordination. Now, economic development projects will use the CFA as a support mechanism to access multiple state funding sources through one application, making the process quicker, easier, and more productive. For more information, click here.

NYC Venture Connect, Consultant Services (November 7, 2011) – New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking a consultant or consultant team to re-design, re-launch and manage the NYCVentureConnect.com website to serve as a dynamic, central, up-to-date resource for the entrepreneurial community. In February 2009, Mayor Bloomberg announced 11 initiatives to diversify New York City’s (the “City”) economy, all designed to foster entrepreneurship and innovation. One of these initiatives is a website, “Venture Connect” (www.NYCVentureConnect.com), designed to enhance the success of high-growth potential and venture capital-fundable entrepreneurs in the City by offering a centralized website with critical information such as funding sources, real estate options, and network opportunities. The portal details the City’s entrepreneurship and innovation communities and accomplishments in financial services, digital media, web 2.0, gaming, advertising, bioscience, clean technology, and fashion. In addition to serving as an informational resource, the website is also intended to serve as a marketing tool to showcase the vibrant and burgeoning startup and entrepreneurial communities in the City. For more information, click here.

Rutgers Slip Pavilion RFEI (November 10, 2011) – New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) on behalf of the City of New York is seeking expressions of interest from experienced and qualified individuals, companies, and/or organizations either alone or in partnership interested in programming a to-be-built enclosed pavilion and certain outdoor space located at the intersection of Rutgers Slip and South Street along the East River Waterfront Esplanade (the “Esplanade”) on the Lower East Side of Manhattan (collectively, the “Pavilion”). It is contemplated that the Pavilion will house two unique uses: 1) a restaurant, retail, or other commercial use and 2) a non-profit, educational, and/or community use pursuant to a lease or other occupancy agreement (the “Lease”). For more information, click here.

Audit Services: Compliance of Revenue Sharing within Tenant Leases and Contracts of Sale(November 11, 2011) – NYCEDC is seeking a consultant or consultant team to audit long-term ground lease or net lease (collectively, “Leases”) or sales to either third party tenants or developers. NYCEDC acts as a ground lessor or landlord to a variety of industrial and commercial developers and tenants (collectively, “Tenants”) and oversees the leasing of more than 60 million square feet of real property throughout the five boroughs. Most Tenants report annual operating revenues of several million dollars. Certain NYCEDC Leases and applicable sales documentation (“Contracts of Sale”) contain revenue sharing provisions. As part of an effort to maximize revenues to NYCEDC, the Consultant shall, at the direction of NYCEDC, audit specific Leases and Contracts of Sale contained in NYCEDC’s real estate portfolio to determine Tenant compliance with the applicable revenue sharing provisions. For more information, click here.

St. George Waterfront (November 10, 2011) – New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) is seeking expressions of interest for the disposition and redevelopment of either or both of two parcels (collectively, the “Sites”) located on the waterfront of St. George, Staten Island, New York. The Sites occupy a prominent waterfront location near a major transportation hub and a commercial, cultural, and civic center. The appropriate development of the Sites would greatly contribute to the land use goals and economic health of St. George, Staten Island’s North Shore, and the borough as a whole by creating a greater presence both locally and throughout the greater metropolitan region. For more information, click here.

Student Support Services (November 21, 2011) – The New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE), on behalf of the Office of School and Youth Development (OSYD), seeks proposals from organizations experienced in providing direct student support services in grades pre-kindergarten through 12 to increase opportunities for educational enrichment. Successful providers will offer a range of engaging and positive genres to help students achieve academic success, personal growth and a promising future. The purpose of this MTAC is to continue to provide services that effect the advancement of teaching and learning for students who participate within the various programs. Services will have a meaningful impact on classroom practice and schools’ curriculum goals. Vendors should identify and include programs that have proven successful and work best with students. For more information, click here.

Sponsorship of Multi-Service Centers (November 21, 2011) – Pre-Proposal Conference will be held on October 21, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at 180 Water Street, 12th Floor Conference Room, New York, NY 10038. For more information, click here.

Meals and Counseling (December 1, 2011) – The HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) of the Human Resources Administration (HRA) of the City of New York is seeking an appropriately qualified vendor to establish, directly or through subcontractors, a network of community outreach locations at which on-site meals, care packages consisting of packaged and canned foods, clothing items, and a variety of counseling services would be offered to Persons Living With AIDS (PLWA), their spouses and children. These services would be made available at a minimum of four locations in at least 2 boroughs throughout New York City, in communities with a high density of PLWA and/or persons with HIV related illness. There will be a Pre-proposal Conference on October 27, 2011 from 10:00AM TO 12:00PM located at 180 Water Street, New York, NY. Attendance by proposers is optional but recommended. 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.

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.

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.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

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

Outward Bound New Yorkers: Where They Went, 2000-09

The Empire Center for New York State Policy released a two-part report series that dissects the flow of migration trends to and from New York over the past 50 years. The reports use the latest Census and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) data to navigate the state’s population and trend of New Yorkers relocating. The findings from the Empire Center show a loss in New York’s net population for a second consecutive decade and since 1960, New York has lost 7.3 million residents to the rest of the country. Nearly 60 percent of the New York outmigrants moved to southern states between the years of 2000 and 2009. The view the first report, Empire State’s Half-Century Exodus: A Population Migration Overview, click here. To read the second report, Outward Bound New Yorkers: Where They Went, click here.

CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULE week of 10/17 – 10/21

Please note that this calendar is subject to change.

City Council Stated Meeting
Date: Monday, October 17
Time: 1:30 PM
Location: Emigrant Savings Bank, 49-51 Chambers Street
Agenda: For more information, click here.

Committee on General Welfare (Jointly with the Committee on Education and the Committee on Youth Services)
Date: Tuesday, October 18
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: Emigrant Savings Bank
49-51 Chambers Street
Agenda: Oversight: Coordination between DHS, DOE and DYCD to Ensure Homeless Children and Youth are Properly Educated.

Committee on Veterans
Date: Tuesday, October 18
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 355 East 194th Street
Bronx, N.Y. 10458
Agenda: Tour: Jericho Project’s Fordham Village Veterans Community

Committee on Immigration
Date: Wednesday, October 19
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: 250 Broadway – Committee Room, 14th Fl.
Agenda: For more information, click here.

Committee on Women’s Issues (Jointly with the Committee on Public Safety)
Date: Wednesday, October 19
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: Emigrant Savings Bank
49-51 Chambers Street
Agenda: Oversight: Combating Sex Trafficking in NYC: Examining Law Enforcement Efforts-Prevention and Prosecution.

Committee on Lower Manhattan Redevelopment
Date: Wednesday, October 19
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 250 Broadway – Committee Room, 16th Fl.
Agenda: For more information, click here.

Committee on Fire and Criminal Justice Services
Date: Wednesday, October 19
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 250 Broadway – Committee Room, 14th Fl.
Agenda: For more information, click here.

Committee on Economic Development
Date: Wednesday, October 19
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 250 Broadway – Committee Room, 16th Fl.
Agenda: For more information, click here.