Christopher Marte

Jan 2022 - Dec 2023
District 1 (Manhattan)

Comittees

Caucus - Black, Latino and Asian Caucus
Caucus - Progressive Caucus
Committee on Aging
Committee on Civil and Human Rights
Committee on Parks and Recreation
Committee on Resiliency and Waterfronts
Committee on State and Federal Legislation
Subcommittee on Landmarks, Public Sitings and Dispositions
Subcommittee on Senior Centers and Food Insecurity

Legislation (2022-2023 Session)

Council member Christopher Marte has introduced 13 bills in the current legislative session.

13 bills are in Committee

intro.nyc/0175-2022 Maximum working hours for home care aides.
with 28 sponsors
intro.nyc/0176-2022 DOE and the DHMH to individuals who were students, teachers and staff at schools near the World Trade Center during the 2001-2002 school year.
with 4 sponsors
intro.nyc/0259-2022 Preservation of trees on public and private property.
with 4 sponsors
intro.nyc/0260-2022 Creating a website to produce and sign petitions seeking particular actions by city government.
intro.nyc/0339-2022 Establishment and development of school gardens.
with 10 sponsors
intro.nyc/0340-2022 Requiring the department of transportation to install bilingual street name signs.
with 8 sponsors
intro.nyc/0410-2022 Requiring that notices of violation issued by the dept of sanitation be accompanied by a photograph of the alleged violation.
with 7 sponsors
intro.nyc/0483-2022 Requiring simultaneous translation of certain city public meetings.
with 6 sponsors
intro.nyc/0484-2022 Requiring photographic documentation evidencing certain violations enforced by the DOB.
with 4 sponsors
intro.nyc/0579-2022 Prohibiting third-party grocery delivery services from requiring delivery workers to wear backpacks for deliveries on certain vehicles or to make deliveries of goods weighing more than 22 pounds in a single trip.
with 4 sponsors
intro.nyc/0580-2022 Services that advertise delivery within 15 minutes.
with 4 sponsors
intro.nyc/0623-2022 Anti-discrimination training on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression for senior service providers.
with 3 sponsors
intro.nyc/0624-2022 Requiring the department of city planning to conduct a study on hostile architecture.
with 2 sponsors

Sponsored Legislation

Council member Christopher Marte has sponsored 99 bills originally introduced by other Council members in the current legislative session.

intro.nyc/0004-2022 Prohibiting the sale of guinea pigs as pets, and clarifying the definition of the term “pet shop” to address inconsistent use of such term in the code.
Introduced by Diana I. Ayala
intro.nyc/0005-2022 Records of lead-based paint investigations.
Introduced by Diana I. Ayala
intro.nyc/0006-2022 Permanent removal of lead-based paint on friction surfaces in child-occupied dwellings.
Introduced by Diana I. Ayala
intro.nyc/0016-2022 Distribution of special education services and individualized education program resource information.
Introduced by Justin L. Brannan
intro.nyc/0032-2022 Requiring a searchable dashboard for notices of violation issued by the department of sanitation.
Introduced by Kalman Yeger
intro.nyc/0033-2022 Requiring that notices of violation issued by the department of sanitation be accompanied by a photograph of the alleged violation.
Introduced by Kalman Yeger
intro.nyc/0055-2022 Creation of a separate 311 category for COVID-19 testing site complaints.
Introduced by Julie Menin
intro.nyc/0056-2022 Establishing a nightlife opioid antagonist program.
Introduced by Chi A. Ossé
intro.nyc/0083-2022 Prohibiting businesses from setting a minimum purchase requirement greater than $10 for credit card transactions.
Introduced by Keith Powers
intro.nyc/0093-2022 Regulation of commercial rent.
Introduced by Diana I. Ayala
intro.nyc/0104-2022 Enacted Defining the term self-closing door.
Introduced by Oswald Feliz
intro.nyc/0105-2022 Enacted Housing and fire safety.
Introduced by Oswald Feliz
intro.nyc/0108-2022 Creating an annual report on the performance of department of homeless services providers.
Introduced by Robert F. Holden
intro.nyc/0116-2022 One-Stop Shop NYC Business Portal
Introduced by Julie Menin
intro.nyc/0132-2022 Requiring the establishment of intake centers for families with children.
Introduced by Sandra Ung
intro.nyc/0137-2022 Requiring agencies to translate and distribute to community-based organizations emergency information in the designated citywide languages.
Introduced by Julie Won
intro.nyc/0139-2022 Report on the impact of the deaths of parents and guardians from COVID-19 on children and the repeal of such requirement upon the expiration thereof.
Introduced by Shaun Abreu
intro.nyc/0143-2022 Remediating lead water hazards in schools.
Introduced by Charles Barron
intro.nyc/0152-2022 Establishing minimum neighborhood service standards and requiring environmental mitigation reports on certain large-scale developments.
Introduced by Gale A. Brewer
intro.nyc/0153-2022 Establishing a domestic violence survivor housing stability program.
Introduced by Tiffany Cabán
intro.nyc/0154-2022 Requiring the office to end domestic and gender-based violence to create an online services portal and guide.
Introduced by Tiffany Cabán
intro.nyc/0159-2022 Study and report on the ownership and maintenance of utility poles.
Introduced by Robert F. Holden
intro.nyc/0173-2022 Enacted Reporting on park and playground inspections conducted by the department of parks and recreation.
Introduced by Shekar Krishnan
intro.nyc/0174-2022 Reporting on park capital expenditures.
Introduced by Shekar Krishnan
intro.nyc/0182-2022 Amending the definition of business dealings with the city to include certain uncertified applications to the dept of city planning.
Introduced by Keith Powers
intro.nyc/0193-2022 Lead-based paint hazards in common areas of dwellings.
Introduced by Carlina Rivera
intro.nyc/0200-2022 Quarterly reporting on objections to orders for the abatement or remediation of lead conditions.
Introduced by Rafael Salamanca, Jr.
intro.nyc/0206-2022 Requiring the commissioner of information technology and telecommunications to report on wait times for the 311 customer service center to connect callers to an interpreter.
Introduced by Sandra Ung
intro.nyc/0207-2022 Informing sexual assault survivors of their rights.
Introduced by Marjorie Velázquez
intro.nyc/0209-2022 Prohibiting discrimination on the basis of a person’s height or weight in opportunities of employment, housing, and access to public accommodations.
Introduced by Shaun Abreu
intro.nyc/0210-2022 Creating a marine debris disposal and vessel surrendering office.
Introduced by Joann Ariola
intro.nyc/0226-2022 Reducing noise caused by sightseeing helicopters that meet federal noise reduction standards.
Introduced by Gale A. Brewer
intro.nyc/0244-2022 Residential curbside organics collection.
Introduced by Shahana K. Hanif
intro.nyc/0274-2022 Establishing a goal of zero waste for NYC by 2030.
Introduced by Sandy Nurse
intro.nyc/0275-2022 Goal of zero waste to landfill.
Introduced by Sandy Nurse
intro.nyc/0276-2022 De-escalation and trauma-informed training for dept of homeless services employees.
Introduced by Chi A. Ossé
intro.nyc/0277-2022 Prohibiting the police department from deploying the strategic response group to a nonviolent gathering of individuals exercising the right of freedom of speech or peaceably to assemble.
Introduced by Chi A. Ossé
intro.nyc/0278-2022 Requiring secure package storage in certain buildings.
Introduced by Chi A. Ossé
intro.nyc/0279-2022 Purchase of zero emission vehicles by the city.
Introduced by Keith Powers
intro.nyc/0280-2022 Community recycling centers.
Introduced by Keith Powers
intro.nyc/0281-2022 Organic waste drop off sites.
Introduced by Keith Powers
intro.nyc/0286-2022 Requiring alternating high and low, two-toned signal devices on emergency vehicles.
Introduced by Carlina Rivera
intro.nyc/0293-2022 DOT to establish a program to allow community centers, schools, arts and cultural institutions and religious institutions to use adjacent outdoor spaces.
Introduced by Althea V. Stevens
intro.nyc/0303-2022 Enacted Requiring the department of homeless services and the human resources administration to track and report certain data regarding rental assistance programs.
Introduced by Alexa Avilés
intro.nyc/0352-2022 Requiring the registration of owners of vacant property.
Introduced by Lincoln Restler
intro.nyc/0353-2022 Requiring the department of investigation to investigate allegations of evidentiary misconduct by police officers.
Introduced by Lincoln Restler
intro.nyc/0395-2022 Raising the maximum age to apply to become a firefighter.
Introduced by Robert F. Holden
intro.nyc/0399-2022 Sale and use of diesel-powered leaf blowers and lawn mowers.
Introduced by Rita C. Joseph
intro.nyc/0400-2022 Establishing a warming centers program.
Introduced by Rita C. Joseph
intro.nyc/0401-2022 Requiring the installation of speed humps on roadways adjacent to any park equal or greater than one acre.
Introduced by Rita C. Joseph
intro.nyc/0402-2022 Universal summer youth program plan.
Introduced by Rita C. Joseph
intro.nyc/0403-2022 Distributing IDNYC applications to all high school students.
Introduced by Rita C. Joseph
intro.nyc/0404-2022 Report tracking the opioid settlement fund.
Introduced by Linda Lee
intro.nyc/0417-2022 Notice requirements for certain transportation projects and the repeal of section 19-187 in relation thereto.
Introduced by Lincoln Restler
intro.nyc/0442-2022 Abating rodents as a requirement for the issuance of certain construction permits.
Introduced by Erik D. Bottcher
intro.nyc/0458-2022 Requiring the department of health and mental hygiene to maintain language access services for abortion providers.
Introduced by Adrienne E. Adams
intro.nyc/0459-2022 Rat mitigation zones.
Introduced by Shaun Abreu
intro.nyc/0460-2022 Receptacles in a building or dwelling that has a high concentration of rodent infestation.
Introduced by Shaun Abreu
intro.nyc/0464-2022 Exempting certain grocery stores from the commercial rent tax.
Introduced by Gale A. Brewer
intro.nyc/0465-2022 Enacted Report on the provision of medical services related to reproductive health care.
Introduced by Tiffany Cabán
intro.nyc/0466-2022 Enacted Prohibiting the use of city resources to enforce abortion restrictions.
Introduced by Tiffany Cabán
intro.nyc/0472-2022 Establishing a program in the department of health and mental hygiene to train doulas and provide doula services to residents in all five boroughs.
Introduced by Jennifer Gutiérrez
intro.nyc/0475-2022 Enacted Cause of action related to interference with reproductive or endocrine medical care.
Introduced by Shahana K. Hanif
intro.nyc/0478-2022 An outreach and education campaign on the benefits and services provided by doulas and midwives.
Introduced by Crystal Hudson
intro.nyc/0480-2022 Enacted Naming of 78 thoroughfares and public places.
Introduced by Shekar Krishnan
intro.nyc/0481-2022 Requiring DOT to notify property owners ordered to repair sidewalks of existing department plans to make repairs on same sidewalks.
Introduced by Linda Lee
intro.nyc/0485-2022 Electronic child care directory.
Introduced by Julie Menin
intro.nyc/0486-2022 Establishing a child care advisory board.
Introduced by Julie Menin
intro.nyc/0487-2022 Establishing a child care subsidy information portal.
Introduced by Julie Menin
intro.nyc/0488-2022 Establishing a child care program fund.
Introduced by Julie Menin
intro.nyc/0489-2022 Child care certification program.
Introduced by Julie Menin
intro.nyc/0496-2022 Exemption from the commercial rent tax.
Introduced by Keith Powers
intro.nyc/0497-2022 Temporary exemption from the payment of the commercial rent tax for certain businesses.
Introduced by Keith Powers
intro.nyc/0500-2022 Prohibiting the issuance of private vehicle parking permits and revoking such existing permits.
Introduced by Lincoln Restler
intro.nyc/0501-2022 Hazardous obstruction by vehicles and civilian complaints to the department of transportation for hazardous obstruction violations.
Introduced by Lincoln Restler
intro.nyc/0507-2022 Enacted Requiring the department of health and mental hygiene to make medication abortion available at no cost to a patient at its health clinics.
Introduced by Carlina Rivera
intro.nyc/0518-2022 Study and report on the trafficking of illegal firearms.
Introduced by Shaun Abreu
intro.nyc/0522-2022 Requiring mental health professionals in families with children shelters.
Introduced by Erik D. Bottcher
intro.nyc/0533-2022 Requiring DEP to report on its progress toward decreasing the presence of sewage and stormwater contaminants in the city waterways and various strategies to achieve those goals, and providing for the expiration and repeal of such requirement.
Introduced by James F. Gennaro
intro.nyc/0534-2022 Establishing a pilot program to assist with changing door locks on the dwelling units of survivors of domestic violence.
Introduced by Shahana K. Hanif
intro.nyc/0544-2022 Penalties for failure to store waste in a satisfactory manner in required receptacles and for placing waste at the curb or on the street or sidewalk prior to the specified time for collection.
Introduced by Chi A. Ossé
intro.nyc/0549-2022 Banning solitary confinement in city jails.
Introduced by Public Advocate Jumaane Williams
intro.nyc/0551-2022 Prohibiting non-essential helicopters from operating at heliports owned or operated by the city.
Introduced by Lincoln Restler
intro.nyc/0552-2022 Reporting demographic information of members of the fire department at firehouses.
Introduced by Kevin C. Riley
intro.nyc/0553-2022 Requiring the fire dept to implement training on diversity, inclusion, and harassment.
Introduced by Kevin C. Riley
intro.nyc/0559-2022 Restricting eating utensils and extra eating containers, and clarifying the definition of third-party courier service.
Introduced by Marjorie Velázquez
intro.nyc/0565-2022 Creation of a COVID-19 memorial task force.
Introduced by Carmen N. De La Rosa
intro.nyc/0566-2022 Requiring all children with an individualized education program to be transported in buses with air-conditioning.
Introduced by Oswald Feliz
intro.nyc/0569-2022 An immigrant workers’ bill of rights.
Introduced by Shahana K. Hanif
intro.nyc/0570-2022 Establishing an office of translation and interpretation within the office of immigrant affairs.
Introduced by Shahana K. Hanif
intro.nyc/0573-2022 Operation of horse drawn carriages and to replace the horse drawn carriage industry with a horseless electric carriage program.
Introduced by Robert F. Holden
intro.nyc/0575-2022 Requiring landlords to provide tenants with documentation of damages when deducting money from a tenant’s security deposit.
Introduced by Crystal Hudson
intro.nyc/0581-2022 Licensing micro-fulfillment centers.
Introduced by Julie Menin
intro.nyc/0584-2022 Evictions of disabled tenants.
Introduced by Public Advocate Jumaane Williams
intro.nyc/0598-2022 Requiring the 311 customer service center to provide assistance relating to affordable internet programs.
Introduced by Julie Won
intro.nyc/0599-2022 Information on affordable internet programs for students and families.
Introduced by Julie Won
intro.nyc/0606-2022 Motor vehicles idling adjacent to and within New York city parks, green spaces and playgrounds.
Introduced by Alexa Avilés
intro.nyc/0632-2022 Prohibiting housing discrimination on the basis of arrest record or criminal history.
Introduced by Keith Powers
intro.nyc/0637-2022 Disposition of real property of the city.
Introduced by Lincoln Restler