That bill was inherited from his predecessor, Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries. It has five co-sponsors and remains stalled in committee.
Mosley also just introduced a bill to establish a project oversight entity known as the Atlantic Yards Development Trust to supervise the project so as to create increased accountability and oversight. The bill, A09752, is the same as the 2008 bill. A11395, which was introduced by Jeffries.
- Eight members appointed by the governor, at least one representing a not-for-profit, non-governmental or civic organization
- Two members appointed by the speaker of the assembly, in consultation with the member of the assembly representing the district or districts in which the project is located
- Two members appointed by the temporary president of the senate, in consultation with the senator representing the district in which the project is located
- Two members appointed by the mayor of the city of New York
- One member appointed the Brooklyn borough president, in consultation with Brooklyn community boards two, six and eight
- One non-voting member shall be appointed by the stakeholder council provided in the bill
- Two members appointed by each of the Assemblymembers representing the district in which the project is located
- Two members appointed by the Senator(s) representing the district
- Two members appointed by the City Council Members representing the district
- One member each appointed by Brooklyn Community Boards 2, 6, and 8
- Two members appointed by the Brooklyn Borough President