April 2022

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.

If there are any relevant draft resolutions that will be considered at this meeting, they may be found here.”


DATE: Tuesday, April 26, 2022
TIME: 6:00 p.m.
PLACE: Live Remote Meetings - https://live.mcb1.nyc

“All meetings are recorded to the extent practicable and posted on our Youtube page as soon as possible.
You may find the link here.”

Public Session (6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.
A) Comments by members of the public (1-2 minutes per speaker)
Public Hearing (6:45 p.m. to 7 p.m.
A) Allowances or conditions that should be necessary to permit a community board member to
contribute to quorum and vote without being physically present per the updates to Open
Meetings Law that passed in the FY 2023 New York State Budget

Business Session
A) Adoption of March 2022 minutes
B) Updates from Elected Officials
C) Treasurer's Report – M. James
D) District Manager’s Report – L. Reynolds
E) Chairperson’s Report – T. Meltzer

Committee Reports
A) Executive Committee T. Meltzer
1. Requesting the Traffic Mobility Review Board comply fully with the Open Meetings
Law - Resolution
2. Update on New York State Changes to Open Meetings Law - Report
3. CB 1 Review Protocol for Cannabis Retail Applications - Report
4. South BPC Resiliency Project Pre-Construction Site Tours & Display of Architectural
Models - Report

B) Licensing & Permits Committee S. Cole
Tribeca area
1. 90 Chambers Street, application for liquor license for RDA Associates Corp. - Resolution
2. 105 Hudson Street, application for liquor license for BB Tribeca LLC d/b/a Beef Bar –
3. 11 Varick Street, application for new and temporary retail permit liquor license for
Carlina 22 LLC d/b/a Osteria Carlina Tribeca - Resolution

Financial District area
1. 28 Liberty Street, alteration to existing liquor license to add a permanent bar on the 60th
floor for 28 Liberty F & B MMT LLC & Summit Glory Property LLC d/b/a
Manhatta/Bay Room - Resolution
2. 50 Trinity Place, application for liquor license for KNJ Medium LLC – Resolution
3. 11 Hanover Square, application for new and temporary retail for Alexia Hanover Square
LLC d/b/a Alexia Greece – Resolution
4. 85 Broad Street, application for new and temporary retail wine, beer & cider license for
APQ 85 Broad NY, LLC d/b/a Le Pain Quotidien – Resolution

Battery Park City area
1. 102 North End Avenue, application for new and temporary wine, beer & cider retail
permit license for United Artists Theatre Circuit, Inc. d/b/a Regal Battery Park Stadium
11 - Resolution

Seaport/Civic Center area
1. Nautical Gourment, Inc. d/b/a Clipper City relocating from Slip 1 in Battery Park, back to
Pier 17 - Report

C) Battery Park City Committee J. Cuccia
1. West Thames Street Dog Run - Report
2. Battery Park City Bond Outlook for 2022 and Beyond - Report
3. The Impact of Street Closures and Resiliency Construction on Residences, Businesses
and Institutions in South Battery Park City - Report
4. BPC Parks Operations Spring Preview - Report
5. BPC Security Update – Report
6. BPCA Report – Report

D) Landmarks & Preservation Committee J. Friedman
1. 90 West Street, application for the replacement of 5 railings on the 4th floor with
fiberglass posts - Resolution
2. Recommendation on new LPC Commissioners - Resolution

E) Transportation & Street Activity Permits Committee B. Kay
1. Integration of NYU Bus Service at an Existing Authorized Stop on Lafayette Street at
Walker Street - Resolution
2. Funding for the DOT Streets Master Plan - Resolution
3. Civilian Enforcement of Illegal Placard Parking - Resolution
4. Street Event Washington Market School Fundraiser, Duane Street - Resolution
5. Street Event Bike New York Five Borough Bike Tour, Multiple Streets - Resolution
6. Street Event American Heart Association Wall Street Run, Multiple Streets - Resolution
7. Street Event 9/11 Memorial & Museum 5K Run/Walk, Multiple Streets - Resolution
8. OMNY Fare Payment - Report

F) Environmental Protection Committee A. Blank
1. 250 Water Street Brownfield Cleanup Program - Report
2. Archaeological Plans for 250 Water Street - Report
3. Syracuse University, Cities at Risk - Report

G) Waterfront, Parks & Cultural Committee P. Goldstein
. Park Row Beautification - Resolution
2. Spring NYC Parks Update - Report
3. Fearless Girl Statue Public Design Commission Application - Report

H) Youth & Education Committee T. Joyce
1. High School admission progress for calendar year 2023 - Report
2. Harbor School Pool and Gym - Report

I) Land Use, Zoning & Economic Development Committee P. Kennell/L. Starr
1. South Street Seaport Concession and Request for Proposals (RFP) - Report
2. Downtown Alliance Quarterly Update - Report
3. Water Street Privately Owned Public Spaces (POPS) Interim Installation Regulations -

J) Quality of Life & Delivery Services Committee P. Moore
1. DDC Street Reconstruction Projects - Report
2. DDC Manhattan Detention Complex Demolition Project - Report
3. Office of Cannabis Management and Quality of Life Concerns - Report
4. Cobblestone Street Repairs and Reconstruction - Report
5. CB 1 Support for Legislation to Extend Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE)
- Resolution

New Business
Old Business

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

CB 1 records all meetings and posts them to YouTube for unlimited public access.


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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