July 2017

All meetings take place in the Community Board 1 conference room, 1 Centre St.,  Room 2202A-North, starting at 6 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.

July 25: CB 1 Monthly Meeting – 6 p.m.
         Location:  DC37
                         125 Barclay Street
                         Auditorium 1

                         (Photo ID is required to enter building)
 A G E N D A

I. Public Session
Comments by members of the public (6 p.m. – 7 p.m.) (1-2 minutes per speaker)

II.  Business Session
A) Adoption of June 2017 minutes
B) District Manager’s Report – N. Pfefferblit
C) Treasurer’s Report – J. Kopel
D) Chairperson’s Report – A. Notaro, Jr. 
III.  Committee Reports
A) Joint Executive and Personnel Committees - A. Notaro, Jr./R. Byrom 
     Executive Committee     
1) New York State Constitutional Convention proposal – Report
2) Committee Reports – Report
Joint Committees   
1) Update on personnel matters – Report

B) Licensing & Permits Committee - J. Ehrlich
1) Jewish Community Project, street activity permit application for Duane Street between West Broadway and Church Street, Thursday, October 5, 2017 2 p.m. – 9 p.m. (full street closure) – Resolution 
2) 125 Chambers Street, application for unenclosed sidewalk café for Pret a Manger – Resolution
3) 109 West Broadway, application for enclosed sidewalk café for 109 West Broadway  LLC – Resolution 
4) 57 Murray Street, application for liquor license for Murray 57 LLC – Resolution 
5) 11 Fulton Street, application for alteration of a liquor license for iPic-Gold Class Entertainment, LLC d/b/a iPic Theaters and The Tuck Room – Resolution 
6) Pier 16, 89 South Street, application for a liquor license for VB Pier 16 LLC – Resolution 
7) 108 Greenwich Street, application for a liquor license for Suspenders and Belt LLC d/b/a Suspenders Restaurant – Resolution 
8) 11 Maiden Lane, application for unenclosed sidewalk café for The Malt Shop – Resolution 
9) Spring Studios, 60 Varick Street, Community Advisory Committee – Report
10) Guidelines for applicants – Report

C) Joint Waterfront, Parks & Resiliency and Land Use, Zoning & Economic Development Committees - M. Pasanella/P. Kennell
Joint Committees
1) 200 Water Street, application to the City Planning Commission for arcade infill and plaza upgrades – Resolution 
2) 130 William Street Plaza – Report
3) POPS Comptroller Report – Report

Waterfront, Parks & Resiliency Committee
1) Pier 40 – Report
2) Peck Slip Park – Report

D) Youth & Education Committee      T. Joyce
1) Atlantic Yachting, new sailing camp that will operate from Pier 25 – Report
2) Community Education Council/Manhattan Community Board School Planning Meeting – Report
3) Population Projection Methodology – Report
4) Proposed cuts to after school budgets – Report
5) Trinity School traffic study – Report

E) Landmarks & Preservation Committee - R. Byrom
1) 63/63a Reade Street, application for new storefront, signage and lighting – Resolution
2) 271 Church Street AKA 90 Franklin Street, application for new windows on ground floor and new signage – Resolution
3) 108 Leonard Street, application for replacement of cobra head lamppost with historic style lamppost – Resolution

F) Quality of Life & Service Delivery Committee - P. Moore
1) Front Street Reconstruction Project – Resolution
2) Five Boro Bike Tour – Report
3) Community Board 1 participation in the Hudson Square/West Village Transportation Study – Report

G) Battery Park City Committee - T.  Meltzer
1) Battery Park City resident representation  on the Battery Park City Authority Board –Resolution 
2) Bicycle Working Group – Report   
3) Allied Universal Ambassadors – Report 
4) Battery Park City Authority – Report

H) Personnel Committee  -R. Byrom
1) CB1 Public Membership Interview – Report
2) Selection of Community Board 1 Land Use Consultant – Resolution

IV.  Old Business
V.  New Business
VI.  Adjournment

All documents relating to the above agenda items are on file at the Community Board 1 office and are available for viewing by the public upon written request to man01@cb.nyc.gov

At all meetings, additional items may be raised as "New Business"




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