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This bill would require that whenever the Department of City Planning (DCP) and the Department of Buildings (DOB) to notify the School Construction Authority upon filing of a ULURP application, an application to amend to the text of the Zoning Resolution, or an application for a new building permit that relates to land that has a footprint large enough for a new school. The bill would require DCP and DOB to annually report to the Council the list of applications referred to SCA during the previous calendar year.

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Committee on Finance
Laid Over by Committee
Committee on Finance
Hearing Held by Committee
Committee on Education
Laid Over by Committee
Committee on Education
Hearing Held by Committee
Committee on Land Use
Laid Over by Committee
Committee on Land Use
Hearing Held by Committee
City Council
Referred to Comm by Council
City Council
Introduced by Council

Int. No. 759

 

By Council Members Gibson, Menchaca, Cumbo, Kallos and Holden

 

A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to identifying applications to the department of city planning and the department of buildings related to parcels suitable for school sitings

 

Be it enacted by the Council as follows:

 

Section 1. Title 25 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended by adding a new section 25-116 to read as follows:

§ 25-116 School site identification. a. The department of city planning shall require every applicant who files an application pursuant to section 197-c or section 201 of the charter to indicate whether the applicant owns or controls a lot or adjacent lots which are the subject of the application and which in the aggregate measure: (i) twenty-thousand square feet or more; or (ii) twelve-thousand square feet  or more.    Such lot or lots meeting the conditions of (i) or (ii) shall be identified by tax block and lot numbers.

b.  Upon filing of any application for which an applicant has informed the department that the subject land meets either of the conditions described in subdivision a of this section, the department shall report the following information to the president of the school construction authority: the name of the applicant; the application number; the borough, blocks, and lots that are the subject of the application;  the information provided by the applicant pursuant to subdivision a of this section; and the approval or approvals requested by the applicant.

c.  By January 30 of each year, the department shall report to the speaker of the council the list of applications referred to the school construction authority pursuant to subdivision b of this section during the previous year.

 

 

§ 2.  Title 28 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended by adding a new section 28-104.8.2.1 to read as follows:

 

28-104.8.2.1  Lots meeting certain school siting criteria.  A statement included in an application for new building pursuant to section 28-104.8.2 shall also indicate whether a lot or adjacent lots, which are the subject of the application, in the aggregate measure: (i) twenty-thousand square feet or more; or (ii) twelve-thousand square feet or more.    Such lot or lots meeting the conditions of (i) or (ii) shall be identified by borough, tax block and lot numbers.  Upon filing of any application on which an applicant has informed the department that the subject land meets either of the conditions described in in this section, the department shall report the following information to the president of the school construction authority: the name of the applicant; the application number; the borough, blocks, and lots that are the subject of the application; and the information provided by the applicant pursuant to section 28-104.8.2.  By January 30 of each year, the department shall report to the speaker of the council the list of applications referred to the school construction authority pursuant to this section during the previous year.

 

§ 3. This local law takes effect 60 days after it becomes law.

 

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3/29/2018