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Revising the New York City Charter

New York (State).

Revising the New York City Charter

introductory report.

by New York (State).

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Published by State Charter Revision Commission for New York City in New York .
Written in English

  • New York (N.Y.)
    • Subjects:
    • New York (N.Y.) -- Charters.,
    • New York (N.Y.) -- Politics and government -- 1951-

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      LC ClassificationsJS1232.I3 N48 1973
      The Physical Object
      Pagination66 p. :
      Number of Pages66
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5169587M
      LC Control Number74621030

      Get this from a library! Report of the New York City Charter Revision Commission: December November [Richard Ravitch; New York (N.Y.). Charter Revision Commission.].   The City Council created the Charter Revision Commission last year to take a long-overdue look at the city’s charter — the document that lays out the structure and function of New York.

        The three most important reforms for this Charter Revision Commission are: Get Big Money Out of New York City Politics – of all the options presented there is only one way that will actually get big money out of New York City politics and that is by matching every small dollar contribution with public dollars. Anything less than matching every small dollar will leave an .   Founded in , four years before the adoption of New York City’s first charter, the Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS) has had a long history of advocating for sound land use and planning policy. As part of our advocacy, MAS has provided input on several City Charter revisions throughout the years.

        In April of last year, the New York City Council approved Local establishing the Charter Revision Commission (“the Commission”). The Commission’s mandate is to conduct a comprehensive review of the New York City Charter. For the rest of September, the City Council is conducting citywide, borough-based hearings on the Revision of the City Charter. This holds major implications for determining how Land Use (including ULURP) decisions are made and how local Community Boards, Borough Boards, Borough Presidents, the City Planning Commission, and the City Council function in this Land .

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Preliminary recommendations for charter revision [New York City Charter Revision Commission ()] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : New York City Charter Revision Commission (). Presidents, and City Council Members. The Charter can be amended in a number of ways: through local legislation (with or without a voter referendum), New York State legislation, a voter-initiated petition process, and the establishment of a charter revision commission under the State Municipal Home Rule Law (MHRL).

The New York City Charter The New York City Charter is a document that outlines core powers and responsibilities for the City’s elected and appointed officials, departments, and agencies. The Charter can be amended at any time through the regular legislative process and is.

In November of next year New Yorkers are likely to be called to vote on a set of ballot questions proposed by a Charter Revision Commission (the “ Commission”) initiated by the New York City Council.

1 The Commission does not have a specific mandate and intends to perform a top-to-bottom review of the Charter. 2 Such a review has not been done since New York City.

A charter revision commission reviews the city charter, holds public hearings and can put initiatives on the ballot. If voters approve any of the proposed changes, the charter is amended. De Blasio directed his commission to explore campaign finance reform and ways to improve democracy in the city.

Ideas that can provide a transition from the city of to the city of — Chair Gail Benjamin CHARTER REVISION COMMISSIONBROADWAY, NEW YORK, NY NYC Charter Revision Commissions The New York City Charter defines the organization, functions, and essential procedures and policies of our City government.

Charter revision commissions are temporary commissions that review the entire Charter and put any proposals for its amendment before the voters.

CITY OF NEW YORK CITY CHARTER INTRODUCTORY § 1. The city. The city of New York as now existing shall continue with the boundaries and with the powers, rights and property, and subject to the obligations and liabilities which exist at the time when this charter shall take effect.

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Your April 10 editorial about the New York City Charter Revision Commission (“ Redoing the City Charter ”) expressed viewpoints on important issues relating to the conduct, regulation and timing of a vote on revisions to the city charter.

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The council wants to use the Charter Revision Commission to strip the mayor and executive agencies of. The purpose of this exploratory policy paper is to suggest how the Charter Revision Commission could examine in greater depth New York City’s land use review process.

I speak from years of direct experience with the city’s land use review procedure as a senior planner in city File Size: KB. Report to the New York City Charter Revision Commission.

February 1, The New York City Charter is the foundation upon which our City’s government is built and, essentially, serves as a municipal constitution. It sets out the roles and powers of our elected officers, and establishes the structure and responsibilities of our City.

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– Nov. Before that, a highly respected charter revision commission was created by Mayor Edward I. Koch and passed by voters in It led to far-reaching changes in the way city government is organized.

Frederick A.O. Schwarz Jr., the chairman of the commission. The New York City Charter, established by the State Legislature inis the City's constitution, creating the framework for our government.

Nearly 30 years ago, a Charter Revision Commission overhauled the city. The Charter Revision Commission is charged with reviewing the entire New York City Charter and making a report to the public that may include proposals to adopt a .City Charter Revision CHPC’s analysis and stance on the changes to New York City’s governing document that were proposed in Following Mayor Bloomberg’s announcement that a new City Charter Revision Commission had been appointed in Marchwe formed a Charter Revision Sub-committee of our board to put together a position paper on.The New York city charter bill.: Text of difference between bill as proposed by the Charter revision commission and bill as passed by Legislature 5th April,