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This bill expands the prohibited street vending zone around the World Trade Center. The current prohibited zone now extends southerly to Barclay Street, and includes: 1) the easterly and westerly side of Greenwich Street between Liberty Street and Thames Street; 2) the easterly and westerly side of West Broadway between Barclay Street and Park Place; 3) the northerly and southerly side of Liberty Street from Trinity Place to West Street; 4) the easterly or westerly side of West Street between Liberty Street and Cedar Street; and 5) the westerly side of Trinity Place between Liberty Street and Cedar Street. Street vendors may still vend on the easterly and westerly sides of Broadway between Barclay Street and Vesey Street.

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Committee on Consumer Affairs and Business Licensing
Hearing Held by Committee
Committee on Consumer Affairs and Business Licensing
Laid Over by Committee
City Council
Referred to Comm by Council
City Council
Introduced by Council

Int. No. 959

 

By Council Members Chin and Koslowitz

 

A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to expanding the prohibited street-vending zone around the World Trade Center

 

Be it enacted by the Council as follows:

 

Section 1. Subdivision k of section 17-315 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended to read as follows:

k. No food vendor shall vend on any street at any time where and when the operation of any food vending business is prohibited pursuant to either local law or section 20-465.1 of the code and any rules promulgated pursuant thereto. No food vendor shall vend in the area including and bounded on the east by the easterly side of Broadway, on the south by the southerly side of Liberty Street, on the west by the westerly side of West Street and on the north by the [northerly]southerly side of [Vesey]Barclay Street. In addition:

1. No food vendor shall vend on the easterly or westerly side of Greenwich Street between Liberty Street and Thames Street;

2. No food vendor shall vend on the easterly or westerly side of West Broadway between Barclay Street and Park Place;

3. No food vendor shall vend on the northerly or southerly side of Liberty Street between Trinity Place to West Street;

4. No food vendor shall vend on the easterly or westerly side of West Street between Liberty Street and Cedar Street;

5. No food vendor shall vend on the westerly side of Trinity Place between Liberty Street and Cedar Street; and

6. Notwithstanding the restriction in subdivision k, food vending shall be permitted on the easterly and westerly side of Broadway between Barclay Street and Vesey Street.

 § 2. Paragraph 2 of subdivision g of section 20-465 of the administrative code of the city of New York, as added by local law 11 for the year 2004, is amended to read as follows:

(2) No general vendor shall vend on any street which is in the area including and bounded on the east by the easterly side of Broadway, on the south by the southerly side of Liberty Street, on the west by the westerly side of West Street and on the north by the [northerly]southerly side of [Vesey]Barclay Street. In addition:

(a) No general vendor shall vend on the easterly or westerly side of Greenwich Street between Liberty Street and Thames Street;

(b) No general vendor shall vend on the easterly or westerly side of West Broadway between Barclay Street and Park Place;

(c) No general vendor shall vend on the northerly or southerly side of Liberty Street between Trinity Place to West Street;

(d) No general vendor shall vend on the easterly or westerly side of West Street between Liberty Street and Cedar Street;

(e) No general vendor shall vend on the westerly side of Trinity Place between Liberty Street and Cedar Street; and

(f) Notwithstanding the restrictions in paragraph 2 of subdivision g, general vending shall be permitted on the easterly and westerly side of Broadway between Barclay Street and Vesey Street.

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

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6/1/2018 5:40 p.m.