October 2019


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


Full Board Meeting, Oct. 22, 2019

TIME:   6 p.m.
PLACE: Gibney Dance
           53 Chambers Street, Suite C
           (Photo ID is required to enter building)

 A G E N D A

I. Public Hearing
Community Board 1 Capital and Expense Budget Requests for FY 2021

II. Public Session
Comments by members of the public (6 PM – 7 PM)
(1-2 minutes per speaker)

III. Business Session
A) Adoption of September 2019 minutes
B) Treasurer’s Report – J. Kopel
C) District Manager’s Report – L. Reynolds
D) Vice-Chairperson’s Report – T. Meltzer

IV. Committee Reports
A) Executive Committee - T. Meltzer
1) FY 2021 District Needs Statement and budget priorities – Resolution
2) 1 & 5 Coenties Slip, application for liquor license for Lovelace Tavern LLC d/b/a The Lovelace – Resolution
3) 225 Liberty Street, 1st and 2nd Floor, application for liquor license for 225 Liberty Location LLC d/b/a Convene and 225 Liberty Street, 2nd floor, application for café permit for liquor license for 225 Liberty Location LLC d/b/a Convene – Resolution
4) East River Swim Facility RFEI– Resolution
5) 250 Water Street Brownfield Cleanup Program; Remedial Investigation Work Plan – Update

B) Nominating Committee - M. James
1) Report on candidates running for the Secretary and Assistant Secretary positions to fill the current position from 2019-2020

C) Waterfront, Parks & Cultural Committee - P. Goldstein
1) South Street Seaport Planning Workshops – Report
2) Hudson River Park – Reports
3) Battery Park City Ballfields – Report
4) Temporary Public Art Installations – Report

D) Youth & Education Committee - T. Joyce
1) Trinity Place traffic study – Report
2) “Parks over Plastic” and other programming at Manhattan Youth – Report
3) Crossing Guards at Peck Slip and PS 276 – Report
4) Elementary school 2019 enrollment numbers – Report
5) Millennium High School expansion – Report

E) Landmarks & Preservation Committee - R. Byrom
1) 315 Church Street, application to legalize removal of fire shutters at rear back corner of building – Resolution

F) Battery Park City Committee - J. Cuccia
1) Pumphouse Park – Resolution
2) Protecting Wildlife at Lily Pond from Future Harm – Report
3) BPCA Strategic Plan – Report
4) Allied Universal Report, Year Over Year Comparisons – Report
5) BPCA Report with an Update on Rockefeller Park Renovation – Report

G) Quality of Life & Service Delivery Committee - P. Moore
1) Introducing the New Neighborhood Coordination Officer Sergeant – Report
2) Homelessness in Manhattan – Report
3) Setting Goals for Affordable Housing in Lower Manhattan – Report
4) Lighting on Collister Street – Report
5) Impact of Film Industry Expansion and Reform – Report

H) Land Use Zoning & Economic Development Committee - P. Kennell
1) Int 1701-2019: Community notification requirements for transfers of development rights – Resolution
2) 15 Cliff Street, application for City Planning Commission Chairperson certification to allow an existing café to be maintained as a permitted obstruction within an existing plaza – Resolution

I) Environmental Protection Committee - W. Chapman
1) Lower Manhattan Quarterly Resiliency Update – Report
2) South Battery Park City Resiliency Update – Report

J) Licensing & Permits Committee - S. Cole
1) Legislative Updates – Report
2) Review Status of Sidewalk Café Rule Change – Report
3) 77 Fulton Street, application for renewal of liquor license for 3 Three BS Corp d/b/a T.J. Byrnes Bar & Restaurant – Report

K) Transportation & Street Activity Permits Committee - B. Kay
1) Verrazzano Bridge Two-Way Tolling – Resolution
2) Bus Queue Jump; Battery Pl at West St – Report
3) Congestion Pricing Working Group – Report
4) City Hall to Battery Park Bicycle Connection; Broadway, White Hall Street – Report

V.  Old Business

VI.  New Business

1) Impact of Film Industry Expansion and Reform – Resolution

VII.  Adjournment


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

CB1'S DISTRICT MANAGER


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.







 




 
















 

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