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COMMUNITY BOARD 1 NEWS AND MEETINGS
April 2018



April 2018

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.


April 3: Battery Park City Committee – 6 p.m.

      Location: Metropolitan College
                    60 West Street

1) West Thames and Rector Street Bridges – Julia Melzer, Economic Development Corporation & Matt Krenek, Skanska
2) E-bikes – Discussion
3) Battery Park City Authority – Update by Nicholas Sbordone
a. Greenway
b. Updates to NYC Bike Map
c. Citibike dock relocation & expansion
d. Wayfinding Program
e. Police Memorial Fountain cones follow up
f. Update on Wagner Park projects
g. Other updates and announcements


April 9: Land Use, Zoning & Economic Development Committee – 6 p.m.
      Location: Manhattan Borough President’s Office
                    1 Centre Street, 19th floor – Southside

1) Privately Owned Public Spaces (POPS) 101 – Presentation by Stella Kim, POPS Division, Department of City Planning*
2) Residential Development in Lower Manhattan 2000 – Present & Impact Funds – Presentation by Rajiv Kumar  & Sarita Rupan, CB1 Fund for the City of New York Urban Fellows
 *Waterfront, Parks & Resiliency Committee invited for this item


April 10: Youth & Education Committee
1) Application for Playstreet by the Pine Street School – Follow up discussion
2) School Safety Issues – Follow up discussion
 
April 11: Licensing & Permits Committee – 6 p.m.
        Location: Manhattan Borough President’s Office
                      1 Centre Street, 19th Floor – Southside

Tribeca area
1) 20 Warren Street, application for liquor license for ICCA – Resolution
2) 200 Church Street, application for an unenclosed sidewalk café for Tribeca’s Kitchen – Resolution


The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, renewal of sidewalk cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:
• 50 Hudson Street, application for renewal of liquor license for bar Cyrk
• 114 Franklin Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Tutto Il Giorno
• 135 Reade Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Reade Street Pub


Battery Park City area
1) 225 Liberty Street, application for beer and cider license for Olive’s – Resolution
2) 36 Battery Place, application for liquor license for Lox Café – Resolution
3) 200 Vesey Street Store 199, application for liquor license for Sant Ambroeus – Resolution


Seaport/Civic Center area
1) 96 Lafayette Street, application for liquor license for Muses NYC Inc. – Resolution
2) 19 Fulton Street, application for liquor license for HHC Cobblestones LLC – Resolution
3) 203 Front Street, application for liquor license for HHC Cobblestones LLC – Resolution


The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, renewal of sidewalk cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:
• 111 Fulton Street, application for renewal of wine, beer and cider license for Melt Shop
• 228  Front Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Jeremy’s Ale House
• 225 Front Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Barbalu


Financial District area
1) Street Activity Permit Office application for The Association of Indians in America; Deepavali Festival 2018; Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018; 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Water St between Fulton St and Fletcher St; John St between Front St and Water St – Resolution (Invited)
2) 213-221 Pearl Street, application for a hotel liquor license for Lam Pearl Hotel LLC – Resolution
3) 60 Broad Street, 24th and 25th floors, application for wine, beer and cider license for COWORKRS 60 Broad Street d/b/a Bond 60 Broad – Resolution
4) 55 Broadway, 3rd Floor, application for wine, beer & cider license for COWORKRS 55 Broadway d/b/a Bond 55 Broadway – Resolution
5) 11 Broadway, application for beer and cider license for HUK Plaza Deli, Inc. – Resolution
6) Governeur Lane and South Street Pier 11,  application for liquor license for Seastreak Commodore – Resolution


The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, renewal of sidewalk cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:
• 94 1/2 Greenwich Street, application for renewal of beer and cider license for AJ’s Eatery
• 109 Washington Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Schilling
• 1 Wall Street Court, application for renewal of liquor license for Fino Ristorante
• 101 Fulton Street, application for renewal of liquor License for Chipotle Mexican Grill
• 53 Stone Street, application for renewal of liquor license for The Belgian
• 55 Stone Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Mad Dog and Beans
• Street Activity Permit Office application for Bowling Green Association; Columbus Day Festival; Monday, Oct. 8, 2018; 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Whitehall St between Stone Street and Water Street; Broadway between Morris Street and Stone Street; Broadway between Liberty Street and Battery Place
• Street Activity Permit Office application for Sons of Italy Petrosino Lodge; World Trade Center Festival; Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018; 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Liberty Street between Broadway and Trinity Place
• Street Activity Permit Office application for Community Board 1; Financial Community Lunchfest; Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018; 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Liberty Street between Broadway and Church Street
• Street Activity Permit Office application for Independence Plaza North Tenants Association; Veteran’s Day Festival; Monday, Nov. 12, 2018; 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Broadway between Liberty Street and Battery Place


April 12: Landmarks & Preservation Committee
1) Brooklyn Bridge Contract 7: Rehabilitation of Approach Arches, Towers, Ramp Substructure and Miscellaneous Repairs – Resolution
2) 11 Fulton Street, storefront redesign – Resolution
3) 412  Greenwich Street, application for façade alterations including lighting, signage, ADA handrail, and skylight in existing awning – Resolution
4) Landmarks Preservation Commission Proposed Rule Amendments – Resolution
5) 53 Beach Street – Follow up discussion


April 16: Nominating Committee
1) Selection of Committee Chair
2) Discussion of Candidates for Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson, Secretary, Assistant Secretary and Treasurer


April 17: Resiliency Sub-Committee – 6 p.m.
        Location: Manhattan Borough President’s Office
                      1 Centre Street, 19th Floor – Southside

1) Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency – Update by Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency


Waterfront, Parks & Resiliency Committee – 6 p.m.
1) Pier 26/Hudson River Park Resiliency – Presentation by Madelyn Wils, President & CEO, Hudson River Park Trust
2) Delury Square – Presentation by George Bloomer, RLA, Senior Landscape Architect, Manhattan Team, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation


April 18: Executive Committee
1) Committee reports
2) Annual Review of Public Members
3) Committee Goals and Accomplishments
4) Committee Structure Assessment
5) 311 Data Visualization Presentation – Lucian Reynolds, CB1 District Manager


April 19: Quality of Life & Service Delivery Committee
1) Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities – Presentation by Commissioner Calise
2) Ready New York Emergency Preparedness – Presentation by Matthew Puvogel, NYC Office of Emergency Management
3) Staten Island Express Bus Pilot Program – Presentation by Metropolitan Transportation Authority
4) Battery Heliport – Presentation by Sam Goldstein, Helicopter Tourism and Jobs Council
5) Curbside alternate side street parking during filming – Discussion


April 24: CB 1 Monthly Meeting – 6 p.m.
        Location: Metropolitan College
                      60 West Street


April 25: By-Laws Task Force
1) Existing By-Laws – Discussion
 

NEW DISTRICT MANAGER APPOINTED


At its January Board meeting, CB1 unanimously voted to approve the appointment of Lucian Reynolds as District Manager. Mr. Reynolds has a range of skills and experience in urban planning with a focus on transportation and the environment, technology and economic development.
 
He can be reached at lureynolds@cb.nyc.gov or 212-669-7971.