November 2017

All meetings take place at 1 Centre St., Room 2202A North and start at 6 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. Bring photo ID to enter the building.


Nov. 6:  Battery Park City Committee – 6 p.m.

Location: Asphalt Green, Community Room
212 North End Ave.

    .    1)  Welcome by Jennifer L. Coccia, Director of BPC Asphalt Green – Update on Senior Fitness and Community Events
    .    2)  West Thames Bridge and Rector Street Bridge – Update with Economic Development Corporation and Skanska
    .    3)  Security in BPC–Discussion
    .    4)  Allied Universal Ambassadors – Update by Patrick Murphy, Account Manager
    .    5)  Battery Park City Authority – Updates by Nicholas T. Sbordone, Director of Communications & Public Affairs, Battery Park City Authority


Nov. 7: Office Closed – Election Day


Nov. 8:  Licensing & Permits Committee – 6 p.m.

Location: Manhattan Borough President’s Office

1 Centre Street, 19th Floor – South side
      1)  Spring Studio Update – Report
       2)  Procedures for GrantingWaivers–Report


Seaport/Civic Center area
        1)  26 Ann St., application for lounge/lobby hotel liquor license for 143 Fulton Street Development Owner LLC and Good Guys Hospitality LLC d/b/a The Moxy Downtown – Resolution
        2)  108 South St., application for liquor license for 108 South Street Associates LLC – Resolution


The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, renewal of sidewalk cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:


Financial District area
   1)  101 Greenwich St., application for restaurant liquor license for Convene at 101 Greenwich, LLC – Resolution
   2)  123 William St., application for beer & cider license for Furuwaka Toru d/b/a Benton Café – Resolut

   3) 75 Broad St., application for wine, beer and cider license for Entity to be formed by Derek Feldman – Resolution


The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, renewal of sidewalk cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:


       56 Beaver St., application for renewal of a liquor license for Ocinomled, Ltd. d/b/a Delmonico’s Restaurant
       75 Wall St., application for renewal of a hotel liquor license for Hyatt Corporation & 75 Wall Associates LLC d/b/a Andaz Wall Street
       160 Pearl St., application for renewal of a liquor license for Rathnally Corp d/b/a The Full Shilling
        19 S. William Street, application for renewal of a liquor license for Liam Street Venture LTD d/b/a Bavaria


       Street Activity Permit Office application for Downtown Community Holiday Expo; Dec. 1 – Dec. 16, 2017; 9:00AM – 9:00PM; Liberty Street between Broadway and Church Street Tribeca area


1) 221 West Broadway/5 White Street, application for liquor license for Town Stages LLC - Resolution


The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, renewal of sidewalk cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:

       211A West Broadway, application for renewal of liquor license for Maman


Battery Park City Area
The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, renewal of sidewalk cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:
         102 North End Avenue, application for renewal of liquor license for North End Grill


Nov. 9: Landmarks Preservation Committee
    .    1)  70 Franklin St., application for replacement of sidewalk on Franklin Place – Resolution
    .    2)  170 Duane St., application for alterations to façade, raising of a parapet wall and enclosure of terraces – Resolution
    .    3)  109 West Broadway, application for painting sidewalk café structure white, adding standing seam metal roof and signage – Resolution
    .    4)  222 West Broadway, application for approval of existing awning – Resolution          
    .    5)  53-55 Beach St., application for ADA compliant wheelchair lift – Resolution
    .    6)  Pier 17, application for Roof Summer Temporary Structures – Resolution
    .    7)  25 Fulton St., application for ADA Compliant lift – Resolution
    .    8)  111 Broadway and 115 Broadway, application for alterations to Thames Streets – Resolution


Nov. 10: Office Closed – Veteran’s Day


Nov. 13: Land Use, Zoning & Economic Development Committee

    .    1)  Park Row and Broadway – Presentation by NYC Department of Transportation
    .    2)  Beaver Street Reversal – Discussion and possible resolution
    .    3)  10 Hanover Square, Board of Standard and Appeals application for a special permit to allow a physical culture establishment – Resolution


Nov. 14: Youth & Education Committee
    .    1)  School Crossing Guards – Update by New York Police Department, Organized by Assemblymember Deborah Glick’s Office
    .    2)  Understood.org a non-profit online resource for parents of kids with learning and attention issues – Presentation by Matt Lurrie, Field Manager
    .    3)  Peck Slip Play Street Safety Issues – Follow-up discussion and possible resolution
    .    4)  Cell Phone Towers Adjacent to Schools – Discussion and possible resolution
    .    5)  SUNY Charter School Teacher Self Evaluations – Possible resolution
    .    6)  New Residential Development and School Seat Planning – Possible resolution


Nov. 15: Executive Committee
    .    1)  Establishing CB1 by-law Task Force – Discussion
    .    2)  Resolution Protocol – Discussion
    .    3)  Committee Structure Review–Discussion
    .    4)  Licensing and Quality of Life Issues Protocol – Discussion
    .    5)  Committee reports


Nov. 16: Quality of Life & Service Delivery Committee
    .    1)  311 Customer Service Management System Replacement – Report by Bill Reda, NYC 311 Communications Director
    .    2)  New Course for the New York City Half – Presentation by Philip Santora, Director of Government & Community Relations
    .    3)  Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment – Discussion of Issues and Procedures
          4) Safety Issues on York Street and St. John’s Lane – Discussion with Chinese American Planning Council


Nov. 20:  Personnel Committee – 5:30 p.m.

          1) Interviewing candidates for District Manager Position (Closed Executive Session)


Nov. 21: Waterfront, Parks & Resiliency Committee
    .    1)  The Battery – Update by Warrie Price, President & Founder, The Battery Conservancy
    .    2)  West Side Ferry Service – Presentation by Jeffrey Cole LeFrancois, Manhattan Community Board 4
    .    3)  DeLury Square Improvements–Report
    .    4)  Community District 1 Resiliency – Report


Nov. 23: Office Closed – Thanksgiving Day


Nov. 27: Personnel Committee – 5:30 p.m.

1) Interviewing candidates for District Manager Position (Closed Executive Session)


Nov. 28: CB 1 Monthly Meeting – 6 p.m.

Location: Manhattan Youth Community Center
120 Warren St.


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"








 




 
















 

COMMUNITY BOARD 1 NEWS AND MEETINGS
November 2017



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