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The City Council passed the Bay Street Corridor rezoning on June 26th, 2019.



Corey Johnson and Debi Rose

Council Approves Bay Street Rezoning, the Sixth Under De Blasio’s Housing Plan

There were 44 votes in favor of the rezoning plan and two votes, by Staten Island Republican Councilmembers Steve Matteo and Joseph Borelli, against the plan.

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Bay Street Rezoning Wins Unanimous Committee OK

All that’s left is a vote by the full City Council, and Mayor de Blasio will have achieved his sixth neighborhood rezoning.

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City’s Promises in the Spotlight as Bay Street Rezoning Moves Forward

The plan would rezone 20 blocks of Staten Island’s North Shore and could lead to the creation of 1,800 new units of housing, including 1,300 income-targeted apartments. The city has promised $250 million in local investments.

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Planning Commission Sees Ways to Tweak Bay Street Rezoning Plan

The commission has already voted to approve it, but in a detailed report on the plan, it responds to pleas by the community board and borough president for changes to the Staten Island rezoning.

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