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COMMUNITY BOARD 1 NEWS AND MEETINGS
March 2019



March 2019


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


March 4: Environmental Protection Committee
1) Clean Air Campaign – Presentation by Marcy Benstock, Executive Director, Clean Air Campaign Inc. 
2) Mayor’s Office of Sustainability – Presentation by Michael Shaikh, Deputy Director for External Affairs


March 5: Transportation & Street Activity Permits Committee
1) Congestion pricing – Resolution
2) Street Co-Naming Task Force – Report


The following notices have been received for recurring street closure permits*:
• Bloomberg Square Mile Relay; Thursday, May 2, 2019; 6-9PM
o Front St between Fulton St & Old Slip
o Maiden Ln between Water St & South St
o Wall St between Water St & South St
o Old Slip between Front St & Water St
o John St between Front St & Water St
o Water St between John St & Fulton St
• Downtown Independent Democrats Liberty St Festival; Friday, May 3, 2019; 10AM-6PM
o Liberty St between Broadway & Church St
• 25th Annual Taste of Tribeca; Saturday, May 18, 2019; 11AM-3PM
o Greenwich St between Reade St & Jay St
• Romania Day Festival; Sunday, May 19, 2019; 10AM-6PM
o Broadway between Liberty St & Battery Pl
o Whitehall St between Stone St & Morris St
• World Trade Center Community Fair; Monday, May 27, 2019; 10AM-6PM
o Broadway between Liberty St & Wall St
• Transportation Alternatives Pop-Up; Friday, June 7, 2019; 10AM-6PM
o Liberty St between Church St & Broadway
• The Great July 4th Festival; Thursday, July 4, 2019; 10AM-6PM
o Fulton St between Water St & Gold St
• Civic Center Block Party; Thursday, July 11, 2019; 10AM-6PM
o Liberty St between Broadway & Trinity Pl
• Financial Community Fair; Friday, August 2, 2019; 10AM-6PM
o Liberty St between Trinity Pl & Broadway
 *Street Activity Permit Office applications for these closures will be available at this meeting


March 6: Battery Park City Committee –  6 p.m.
      Location: Battery Park City
                    6 River Terrace, 1st floor Community Room

1) Meet the Acting Director of the Museum of Jewish Heritage and Upcoming Museum Events – Presentation by Jack Kliger Interim CEO & President at the Museum of Jewish Heritage
2) Ruth Ohman Memorial – Discussion
3) Warren Street Traffic Control Request – Update
4) Crosswalks in North Battery Park City - Discussion
5) Allied Universal Report, Update on SPO – Patrick Murphy, Director of Security, Allied Universal
6) BPCA Report with Security Updates – Nicholas Sbordone, Vice President of Communications & Public Affairs, BPCA


March 11:  Land Use, Zoning & Economic Development Committee
1) Borough Based Jail System Plan and Manhattan Detention Complex – Discussion with Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit and Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice
2) 250 Water Street Brownfield Cleanup Program application – Report*
3) Supertalls – Discussion (Tentative)
 
March 12: Youth & Education Committee
1) Request for additional crossing guards or traffic agents at Chambers Street for PS289 – Report
2) Eye to Eye Mentorship Program – Presentation by David Badillo, Associate Director of Partnerships and Growth
3) Request for SCA/DOE to acquire the 14th floor of 60 Broad Street for Millennium High School, without adding capacity – Report
4) Follow up with DOE/SCA regarding the Safety concerns in the lobby at 81 New Street and finding a new entrance for charter school – Report


March 13: Licensing & Permits Committee – 6 p.m.
        Location: Manhattan Borough President’s Office
                     1 Centre Street, 19th floor – South

Additional information about specific State Liquor Authority license applications is available by request to the Community Board 1 Office approvals@cb.nyc.gov
 
Battery Park City area
1) 102 North End Avenue, application for liquor license for Regal Cinemas, Inc. d/b/a Regal Cinemas – 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 café permits and recurring street closure permits:
• Carousel Kiosk Battery Park – The Bosque Area, application for renewal of liquor license for Cleaver Company Inc., The Carousel Kiosk Battery Park d/b/a Table Green Cafe


Seaport/Civic Center area
1) 89 South Street, application for liquor license for Pier 17 GR Restaurant LLC d/b/a TBD – Resolution
2) 111 Fulton Street, application for liquor license for Chipotle Mexican Grill of Colorado LLC d/b/a Chipotle – Resolution
3) 121 Fulton Street, application for liquor license for Ainsworth Fulton LLC d/b/a TBD – Resolution
4) 27 Cliff Street, application for liquor license for liquor license for Lil Chef Mama LLC d/b/a Pending – Resolution


Tribeca area
1) 74 Franklin Street, application for liquor license for Jack Brinkley or entity to be formed d/b/a The Lobby – Resolution
2) 241 West Broadway, application for alteration of liquor license for a sidewalk cafe for White Walker LLC d/b/a Frenchette – Resolution
3) 65 Broadway, application for liquor license for 74 Parsons Corp d/b/a Pending TBD – Resolution
4) 161-163 Duane Street, application for liquor license for Trybeca LLC d/b/a Pending TBD– Resolution
5) 385-387 Broadway, application for liquor license for HC Downtown Inc. d/b/a High Court – Resolution
6) 429 Greenwich Street, application for liquor license for Paisley Restaurant LLC d/b/a Paisley – Resolution
7) South West Corner of Warren Street and Greenwich Street, application for newsstand License for Abdur Patwary – 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 café permits and recurring street closure permits:
• 24 Harrison Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Terroir Tribeca LLC d/b/a Terroir


Financial District area
1) 120 Liberty Street, application for liquor license for Liberty Street Phoenix Corp. d/b/a Essex World Café – Resolution
2) 26 Vesey Street, application for liquor license for NEAT FOOD, INC. d/b/a Stage Door Deli – Resolution
3) 58A Fulton Street, application for liquor license for 58A Fulton Taco Bell LLC, d/b/a Taco Bell – Resolution
4) 18 William Street, application for liquor license for Hanover Hospitality and 18 William Partners 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 café permits and recurring street closure permits:
• 62 Stone Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Bake My Day LLC d/b/a Financier
• 54 Stone Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Pizza on Stone Street LLC d/b/a Adrienne’s Pizza Bar
• 54 Pine Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Pine Gourmet Inc. d/b/a
• 81 Hudson Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Berkshire Puffy’s LLC d/b/a Puffy’s Tavern
• 101 Barclay Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Aramark Services Inc. d/b/a
• 91-07 Pearl Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Pearlstone Restaurant LLC d/b/a Ulysses’ Folk House
• 77 Fulton Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Pizzaiuoli Napoletani 1 LLC d/b/a Keste Wall Street


March 14: Landmarks & Preservation Committee
1) 77 White Street, application to replace deteriorated sidewalk vault – Resolution


March 19: Waterfront, Parks & Cultural Committee
1) Governors Island ball fields – Update
2) East River Esplanade parking under the FDR Drive current and future use – Discussion & possible resolution
3) Future of the New Market Building site – Discussion


March 20: Executive Committee
1) Strategy for future environmental actions – Discussion
2) Committee reports


March 21: Quality of Life & Service Delivery Committee – 6 p.m.
        Location: Manhattan Borough President’s Office
                      1 Centre Street, 19th Floor – South

1) Proliferation of film permits being issued on streets with alternate side parking regulations to productions for non-filming purposes – Update from Board member Marc Ameruso
2) Sidewalk Shed and Scaffolding Reform – Presentation by Wilfredo Lopez, Legislative Director, Office of Councilmember Benjamin Kallos
3) 1st Precinct, Sector C Build The Block – Report


March 26: CB 1 Monthly Meeting – 6 p.m.
        Location:  Manhattan Youth and Recreation
                      120 Warren Street


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"

NEW DISTRICT MANAGER APPOINTED


At its January 2018 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.