There is simply no doubt that victims of sex crimes suffer a great deal of physical and mental anguish, and that there is a need for substantive counseling, treatment and information to help them get on with their lives.
My name is Thomas K. Duane and I represent New York State's 29th Senatorial District, which includes the Upper West Side, Hell Kitchen, Greenwich Village, Chelsea, the East Side, Stuyvesant Town, Peter Cooper Village and Waterside Plaza. This mixed-income district is composed largely of tenants, thousands of them rent-stabilized, many of whom already allocate too high a percentage of their incomes to pay their rent.
My name is Thomas K. Duane and I represent New York State's 29th Senate District, in which General Theological Seminary (GTS) is located. Thank you for the opportunity to present testimony before the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) today.
The application before LPC is to garner Certificates of Appropriateness for the demolition of Sherrill Hall, on Ninth Avenue between West 20th and West 21st Streets, and for the construction of its replacement on that site as well as another building on West 20th Street between Ninth and Tenth Avenues.
The paradox we face as New Yorkers today is that we live in an incredible city in which people from all over the world want to live, work, study, and visit, yet as a result, we're confronted with an influx of people, developments, and vehicles that do serious damage to the very things that make our City so desirable. My Senate district, more than most, has suffered tremendously from this irony.
New York -- The New York State Court of Appeals today issued a unanimous decision holding that rent-stabilized landlords are required to continue accepting federal "Section 8" rent subsidies with respect to rent-stabilized tenants and are not permitted to opt out of this federal subsidy program, affirming a September 2006 decision of the Appellate Division First Department.
My name is Thomas K. Duane and I represent New York State's 29th Senate District, which includes the Upper West Side, Hell’s Kitchen, Chelsea, Greenwich Village, and part of the East Side, including the East Village, Stuyvesant Town, Peter Cooper Village and Waterside Plaza. I am here today to testify in support of Int.
My name is Thomas K. Duane and I represent New York State's 29th Senate District, which includes a section of the East Village that the New York City Department of City Planning (DCP) has included in the proposed East Village/Lower East Side rezoning plan being discussed today.
As you know, the current study area for the rezoning plan covers approximately 114 blocks generally bounded by East 13th Street to the north, Grand Street to the south, Avenue D to the east and Second Avenue to the west, and is located within Manhattan Community District 3.
My name is Thomas K. Duane and I represent New York State's 29th Senatorial District, which includes the Upper West Side, Hell’s Kitchen, Greenwich Village, Chelsea, the East Side, Stuyvesant Town, Peter Cooper Village and Waterside Plaza. This mixed-income district is composed largely of tenants, thousands of them rent-stabilized, many of whom already allocate too high a percentage of their incomes to pay their rent. Thank you for this opportunity to present testimony before the New York City Rent Guidelines Board (RGB).
With New York State losing affordable housing at an alarming rate, State Senators Thomas K. Duane (D, WFP-Manhattan) and Liz Krueger (D-Manhattan) today called for immediate passage of their legislation, S6120, which would mandate a moratorium on Mitchell-Lama and other affordable housing buyouts, as well as create a temporary state commission to evaluate the loss of existing units in these affordable housing programs.
Senator Thomas K. Duane (D WFP Manhattan) kicked off Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Pride month by announcing his introduction, with 18 co-sponsors, of S.5994, which will allow same-sex-couples the right to civilly marry in the State of New York.
New York State Senator Tom Duane joined the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America (ACRIA), New York City Councilmember Maria del Carmen Arroyo, the Council of Senior Centers and Services (CSCS), the Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC), and other organizations concerned with the growing number of people over 50 infected with HIV in in calling on the City Council to fund a comprehensive HIV prevention and health literacy education initiative focused on the older adult population in New York.
Highlighting that the City of New York has lost billions in revenue since the repeal of the commuter tax in 1999, Senator Thomas K. Duane (D, WFP Manhattan) and Assemblymember Linda B. Rosenthal (D, WFP Manhattan) today announced the introduction of legislation which will restore the New York City commuter tax.
Senator Thomas K. Duane (D-WFP Manhattan) today applauded the General Theological Seminary’s decision to replace its antiquated Sherrill Hall on Ninth Avenue between West 20th and 21st Street with an appropriately-scaled building which conforms to the height and bulk restrictions set forth in the enacted Chelsea 197-a Plan. Simultaneously, the Seminary is abandoning its previous preservation plan, which included a fifteen-story tower on that site.
Last summer, the New York City Department of Sanitation released its Solid Waste Management Plan (SWMP), calling for two facilities that would violate the Hudson River Park Act (HRPA) passed by the State Legislature in 1998.
John CatsimatidisChairman and Chief Executive OfficerRed Apple Group. Inc.823 11th AvenueNew York, NY, 10019-3557
Dear Mr. Catsimatidis:
It has come to my attention that Red Apple Group's Gristedes store at 355 First Avenue at 20th Street may be slated for closure. This would be a tremendous loss for the thousands of my constituents – particularly at Peter Cooper Village and Stuyvestant Town – for whom it is the primary source of groceries.
New York State’s 29th Senatorial District, which includes 143 West 72nd Street, where New York City Off-Track Betting (OTB) seeks to locate an OTB facility. I am strongly opposed to the siting of an OTB branch in this historic, residential neighborhood, and urge you to reject this proposed location.
New York State’s 29th Senate District, which includes the Hudson Square neighborhood, where the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) has proposed siting the sanitation garage being discussed at today’s scoping session. I also represent portions of Manhattan Community Districts One, Two, and Five, which the facility in question is intended to serve.