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November 2021


The physical Manhattan Community Board 1 office at 1 Centre St., Room 2202-A North has reopened. 

All meetings begin at 6 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.


Watch via Live Remote Meetings - https://live.mcb1.nyc


Please use man01@cb.nyc.gov as the principal means of communication with Community Board 1 staff who are working remotely to every extent possible.


“All meetings are recorded to the extent practicable and posted on CB1's Youtube page as soon as possible.
https://www.youtube.com/c/ManhattanCommunityBoard1/featured


MONTHLY FULL BOARD MEETING

Nov. 23, 2021

6 p.m. 

Watch via Live Remote Meetings - https://live.mcb1.nyc
 

AGENDA

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

Business Session

A)    Adoption of October 2021 minutes
B)    Updates from Elected Officials
C)    District Manager’s Report – L. Reynolds
D)    Chairperson’s Report – T. Meltzer

Committee Reports

A)    Executive Committee                        T. Meltzer
1.    Request for Modernization of New York State Notification Requirements - Resolution
2.    Impacts of Local Law 114, Suggestions for Future Open Restaurants Law Agency Rulemaking - Report
3.    Length of Time for Speakers During the Business Session of the Monthly Meeting - Report

B)    Street Fair Task Force                        D. Charkoudian
1.    CB 1’s Street Fairs for 2021 and Outlook for 2022 – Report  

C)    Land Use, Zoning & Economic Development Committee    P. Kennell
1.    Future of the Open Restaurants Program - Report
2.    Questions about Inclusion and Equity – Report

D)    Quality of Life & Delivery Services Committee            P. Moore


1.    Questions about Inclusion and Equity - Report
2.    Swapping Meeting Dates with the Executive Committee - Report
3.    District Updates - Report

E)    Licensing & Permits    Committee                    S. Cole

Battery Park City area
1.    250 Vesey Street, application for method of operation change of liquor license to add DJ, recorded and live music, patron dancing, and games for Tartinery Liberty LLC d/b/a TBD - Resolution

Tribeca area
1.    77 Warren Street, application for liquor license for Tribeca FB Project LLC d/b/a TBD - Resolution
2.    200 Church Street, application for method of operation change of liquor license to incorporate DJ and live music for special or private events, and to extend closing hours to 1 AM on Fridays and Saturday for 200 Tribeca Restaurant LLC d/b/a Tribeca’s Kitchen - Resolution
3.    456 Greenwich Street, application for liquor license for CBCS Washington Street LP, 456 F&B LLC, and Hotel Barriere Management USA Company LLC d/b/a TBD - Resolution
4.    293 Church Street, application for liquor license for Michael Barrett or Entity to be Formed d/b/a TBD – Report

Financial District area
1.    33 Vesey Street, application for liquor license for Legends Hospitality LLC d/b/a TBD – Resolution
2.    333 C King Avenue, Governors Island, application for liquor license for SFL Recreation LLC d/b/a Carreau Club - Resolution
3.    91-97 Pearl Street, re-notification of application for liquor license for One Hanover LLC d/b/a Ulysses’ Folk House - Report
4.    62 Stone Street, re-notification of application for liquor license for One Hanover LLC d/b/a Harry’s Cafe - Report

F)    Waterfront, Parks & Cultural Committee                P. Goldstein


1.    South Street Seaport Museum - Report
2.    Questions about Inclusion and Equity - Report

G)    Transportation & Street Activity Permits Committee        B. Kay

1.    Homerule Authority for Traffic Cameras - Report
2.    OMNY Fare Capping - Report
3.    Citibike Infill - Report
4.    Bicycle/Scooter Parking in Lower Manhattan - Report
5.    Access-A-Ride Metrocard - Report
   
H)    Environmental Protection Committee                A. Blank

1.    Protecting birds from Window Collisions in Community District 1 - Resolution
2.    250 Water Street Brownfield Cleanup Program - Report

I)    Battery Park City Committee                    J. Cuccia

1.    The Theresienstadt Tree - Report
2.    Local Law 97 and What it Means for BPC - Report
3.    Brookfield Public Art Installation on the Lower Plaza for December - Report
4.    Legislation to Create a Resident Majority on the Battery Park City Board of Directors - Report
5.    BPC Security Update – Report
6.    BPCA Report – Report

J)    Youth & Education Committee                    T. Joyce


1.    Safe school bus loading at PS 150/Edgar Street Plaza Updates - Report
2.    Establishing CB1 Youth Services Directory - Report
3.    HS Admissions Results - Report
4.    LMC/CSA New Street Closure Effort – Report

K)    Landmarks & Preservation Committee                J. Friedman


1.    NYSE Fearless Girl Statue Permit Renewal - Report
2.    Nolan Park, application for the replacement of windows at thirteen wood-framed buildings of similar type and construction with new aluminum/aluminum-clad replacement units that replicate the historic 6/6 configuration - Resolution
3.    The Arts Center at Governors Island, application for alteration of exterior cafe signage using aluminum panel and attached letterform illuminated lamps - Resolution
4.    109 West Broadway, application for new entry portal design inspired by the maritime history of downtown Manhattan - Resolution
5.    157 Hudson Street, application for addition of penthouse to top-floor residential unit - Resolution

Old Business
New Business

Adjournment


CB 1 records all meetings and posts them to YouTube for unlimited public access.
https://www.youtube.com/c/ManhattanCommunityBoard1/featured


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

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