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District 11

Eric Dinowitz

Bedford Park, Kingsbridge, Riverdale, Norwood, Van Cortlandt Village, Wakefield, Woodlawn

Below are some of the bills Council Member Dinowitz has sponsored. For a complete list, click here.

Int. 2354, this bill amends the definition of the term “veteran” to additionally include persons currently serving in the active military service, regardless of discharge status or time served. 

Int. 66, this bill creates an office for neighborhood safety and the prevention of gun violence. 

Int. 2440, this bill empowers the Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) to investigate, hear, make findings and recommend action upon complaints initiated by CCRB alleging police officer misconduct falling within the CCRB’s jurisdiction. 

Int. 2438, this bill requires both the print and online voter guides by the Campaign Finance Board (CFB) to be published in English and in each of the top ten non-English languages spoken in NYC. 

Int. 2417, this bill prohibits the sale or distribution of any materials or substances whose purpose is to conceal or obscure the numbers on license plates or distort a recorded or photographic image of license plates. 

Int. 2405, this bill allows youth who have spent time in runaway and homeless youth services funded by the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) to be eligible for CityFHEPS rental assistance vouchers. 

Int. 2297, this bill prohibits a person from serving with the Police Department if such person has previously been dismissed from a police force for misconduct. 

Int. 1326, this bill requires added sugar notifications in chain restaurants.

Int. 1620, this bill creates a citywide climate adaption plan.

Int. 455, this bill ensures that all school buses in use by September 1, 2035 shall be all electric zero emission school buses.

Int. 2427, this bill requires the Department of Education to report on COVID-19 within city schools.

Int. 2108, this bill increases the penalties for damaging houses of religious worship.

Int. 2050, this bill expands the right to legal services for tenants who are subject to eviction proceedings.

Int. 146, this bill increases the value of rental assistance vouchers.