Rafael Salamanca, Jr.

Mar 2016 - Dec 2023
District 17 (Bronx)

Comittees

Caucus - Black, Latino and Asian Caucus
Committee on Civil and Human Rights
Committee on Economic Development
Committee on Land Use (chair)
Committee on Oversight and Investigations
Committee on Public Housing
Committee on Rules, Privileges and Elections
Committee on Sanitation and Solid Waste Management

Legislation (2022-2023 Session)

Council member Rafael Salamanca, Jr. has introduced 27 bills in the current legislative session.

27 bills are in Committee

intro.nyc/0119-2022 Reporting of crime and arrests in facilities under the jurisdiction of the department of correction.
with 3 sponsors
intro.nyc/0120-2022 Luminous egress path markings in schools.
with 4 sponsors
intro.nyc/0121-2022 Requiring the DOE to report annually on the number of teachers, administrators and school staff who have completed therapeutic crisis intervention in schools training.
with 6 sponsors
intro.nyc/0122-2022 Establishing wastewater treatment plant monitoring committees.
with 3 sponsors
intro.nyc/0123-2022 Requiring the dept of homeless services and human resources administration to post shelter, supportive housing and cluster site data.
with 4 sponsors
intro.nyc/0124-2022 Housing specialists within the human resources administration and department of homeless services.
with 4 sponsors
intro.nyc/0125-2022 City agency attendance at council hearings.
with 3 sponsors
intro.nyc/0126-2022 Requiring water bottle-filling stations in city agency offices.
with 5 sponsors
intro.nyc/0127-2022 Posting signs notifying the public of bacteria discovered in water tanks.
with 2 sponsors
intro.nyc/0128-2022 Diaper changing accommodations in parks.
with 5 sponsors
intro.nyc/0129-2022 Requiring shooting ranges, dealers in firearms and dealers in rifles and shotguns in the city to display suicide prevention information.
with 4 sponsors
intro.nyc/0130-2022 Imposing certain record keeping requirements on scrap metal processors.
with 2 sponsors
intro.nyc/0198-2022 Requiring the department of education to stock opioid antagonists in all school buildings.
with 9 sponsors
intro.nyc/0199-2022 Requiring letter grades for food service establishments operated in schools.
with 4 sponsors
intro.nyc/0200-2022 Quarterly reporting on objections to orders for the abatement or remediation of lead conditions.
with 14 sponsors
intro.nyc/0201-2022 Creation of a substance abuse assistance mobile application.
with 3 sponsors
intro.nyc/0202-2022 Number of employees on trade waste hauling vehicles.
intro.nyc/0203-2022 Requiring luxury limousine services to provide proof of vehicle safety inspections at the time of contract.
with 2 sponsors
intro.nyc/0292-2022 Requiring automated external defibrillators in private schools and police cars.
with 5 sponsors
intro.nyc/0361-2022 Authorizing the use of temporary outdoor heaters by healthcare facilities.
with 2 sponsors
intro.nyc/0362-2022 Requiring the department of housing preservation and development to report on the disposition of city property for affordable housing development.
with 7 sponsors
intro.nyc/0363-2022 Requiring reports on police department response times to minor traffic crashes.
with 3 sponsors
intro.nyc/0364-2022 Posting contact information for workforce career centers at city development projects.
with 6 sponsors
intro.nyc/0431-2022 Requiring the dept of homeless services to provide customer service training.
with 5 sponsors
intro.nyc/0432-2022 Remediating lead soil hazards in dwellings.
with 3 sponsors
intro.nyc/0433-2022 Requiring towed vehicle storage facilities to provide 24 hour access.
with 3 sponsors
intro.nyc/0591-2022 Increasing the fines for the unlawful use of all-terrain vehicles and dirt bikes.
with 7 sponsors

Sponsored Legislation

Council member Rafael Salamanca, Jr. has sponsored 19 bills originally introduced by other Council members in the current legislative session.

intro.nyc/0001-2022 Dismissal of summonses alleging violations of executive orders in connection with COVID-19 and the refund of monetary penalties paid in connection with such violations.
Introduced by Kalman Yeger
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/0056-2022 Establishing a nightlife opioid antagonist program.
Introduced by Chi A. Ossé
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/0175-2022 Maximum working hours for home care aides.
Introduced by Christopher Marte
intro.nyc/0190-2022 Creation and distribution of a homeless bill of rights.
Introduced by Public Advocate Jumaane Williams
intro.nyc/0204-2022 Raising the inspection fees for certain housing inspections.
Introduced by Pierina Ana Sanchez
intro.nyc/0208-2022 Enacted Inspections of self-closing doors and fire safety notices in residential buildings.
Introduced by Nantasha M. Williams
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/0280-2022 Community recycling centers.
Introduced by Keith Powers
intro.nyc/0281-2022 Organic waste drop off sites.
Introduced by Keith Powers
intro.nyc/0474-2022 Enacted Public information and outreach campaign regarding safe access to reproductive health care.
Introduced by Shahana K. Hanif
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/0523-2022 Requiring the department of education to create a plan for a pilot after school SHSAT preparation program.
Introduced by Justin L. Brannan
intro.nyc/0528-2022 Requiring the department of education to create a plan to provide specialized high schools exam preparation to all middle school students.
Introduced by Oswald Feliz
intro.nyc/0545-2022 Requiring the department of education to create a plan to administer specialized high schools admission tests on a school day.
Introduced by Keith Powers