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Community Meetings & Events

PRELIMINARY
COMMUNITY BOARD
COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDAS

JUNE 2017

Please note that this is a preliminary list. Be sure to check back our page for any changes to agendas prior to the meeting dates.


6/6 Battery Park City Committee – 6:00 PM
      Location:  Metropolitan College
                       60 West Street
1) West Thames Bridge – Update by Matt Krenek, Project Manager, Skanska, and Julia Melzer, Assistant Vice President, Capital, and Lynne Guey, Manhattan Borough Director, NYC Economic Development Corporation
2) Use of North Cove Marina by the Liberty National vessel – Report
3) Smoke Free Residential Proposal – Presentation by Lisa Spitzner, Community Engagement Coordinator, NYC Smoke-Free, Public Health Solutions and policy discussion
4) Allied Universal Ambassadors – Update by Patrick Murphy, Account Manager
1) Battery Park City Authority – Updates by Nicholas T. Sbordone, Director of Communications & Public Affairs, Battery Park City Authority
• The Morocco Meets New York Festival in Rockefeller Park in late October, 2017 – Presentation by Ethan Wagner, Principal
• Other items

6/7 Human, Veterans & Senior Services Task Force – 6:00 PM
      Location: Community Board 1 - Conference Room 
                     1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) Services for veterans in CD1 - Presentation by Michael Drake, Housing & Support Services, Oswaldo Pereira, CE5, and Monique Rada, Whole Health, Department of Veterans Services
2) Continuing discussion of veterans and senior services issues

6/8 Landmarks & Preservation Committee – 6:00 PM 
      Location: Community Board 1 - Conference Room 
                      1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) 265 Water Street, application for installation of vertical platform lift for handicap accessibility – Resolution
2) 50 Hudson Street, application for enlargement of penthouse – Resolution
3) 293 Church Street, application for installation of barrier free access ramp at existing storefront and addition of stair and elevator bulkheads at roof – Resolution
4) 41 Worth Street, application for replacement of storefront – Resolution

6/12 Land Use, Zoning & Economic Development Committee – 6:00 PM
        Location: Community Board 1 - Conference Room 
                        1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) Brooklyn Bridge Concession proposal, Frankfort Street & Gold Street – Presentation by NYC Department of Transportation
2) Flood Resilience Zoning Text Amendment – Presentation by Richard Suarez & Nilus Klingel, Department of City Planning*
3) Water Street Zoning – Update by Richard Suarez, Department of City Planning, Josh Nachowitz, Downtown Alliance & Economic Development Corporation*
4) One Wall Street – Update by Diana Switaj, Director of Planning and Land Use, Community Board 1
5) 20 Pine Street ramp – Discussion

*Waterfront, Parks & Resiliency Committee invited for items 2 & 3

6/13 Youth & Education Committee – 6:00 PM - CANCELLED
        Location: Community Board 1 - Conference Room 
                        1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) Atlantic Yachting, new sailing camp that will operate from Pier 25 – Presentation by Logan Rowell, Director
2) Community Education Council/Manhattan Community Board School Planning Meeting – Report
3) Proposed cuts to after school budgets – Discussion
4) Trinity School traffic study – Update

6/14 Licensing & Permits Committee – 6:00 PM
        Location: Manhattan Borough President’s Office
                       1 Centre Street, 19th Floor – Northside
1) Guidelines for applicants – Discussion

Seaport/Civic Center area
1) 15 Cliff Street, application for alteration of a liquor license for Hole in the Wall 15 Cliff LLC d/b/a Hole in the Wall – Resolution
2) Pier 16, 89 South Street, application for liquor license for VB Pier 16 LLC – Resolution (Postponed until July)
3) 222 Broadway, application for wine, beer & cider license for Verts Mediterranean Grill Inc. d/b/a Verts Mediterranean Grill – Resolution (Withdrawn)

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 cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:
• 32 Cliff Street, application for renewal of a liquor license for The Iron Horse NYC, Inc.
• 259 Front Street, application for renewal of a liquor license for Cowgirl Sea Horse Inc.
• 161 Front Street, application for renewal of a liquor license for Seaport Heights LLC d/b/a Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan Financial District
• Street Activity Permit Office application for Taste of the Seaport; Saturday, October 21, 2017; 11:00AM – 4:00PM; Front Street between Beekman Street and Peck Slip
• 148 Centre Street, application for renewal of a wine, beer & cider license for Nhatrang Centre Vietnam Restaurant, Inc.

Financial District area
1) 69 New Street, application for wine, beer & cider license for Brooklyn Beef Incorporated d/b/a El Toro Mexican Grill – Resolution
2) 225 Broadway, FL1, application for wine, beer & cider license for JY Gourmet Group d/b/a Apple Gourmet – Resolution
3) 5 Hanover Square, application for restaurant liquor license for 5 Hanover Square Café LLC d/b/a The Bedford –Possible resolution
4) 59 Maiden Lane, application for bar/tavern liquor license for Maiden Farm Inc. d/b/a Zeytuna – Resolution
5) 27 Barclay Street, application for alteration of a liquor license for FS NY F&B Company, Inc. d/b/a Four Seasons – Resolution
6) 110 Wall Street, application for liquor license for Mailroom Bar at 110 Wall LLC – Resolution
7) 85 Broad Street, 27th Floor, application for liquor license for WeWork 85 Broad LLC – Resolution
8) 85 Broad Street, basement, application for liquor license for WeWork Wellness LLC – Resolution
9) 28 Liberty Street, application for liquor license for 28 Liberty F&B Management, LLC and Summit Glory, LLC – Resolution
10) 25 Broadway, application for liquor license for 25 Broadway Ballroom LLC d/b/a Cipriani 25 Broadway – Resolution
11) 87 Washington Street, application for wine, beer & cider license for Yorganic Health Foods Inc. d/b/a My Belly’s Playlist – Resolution (Postponed until July)
12) 43 Dey Street, application for liquor license for Jazz is Now, LLC d/b/a Made Nice – Resolution (Postponed until September)
13) 55 Liberty, application for liquor license for AinsFiDi, LLC – Resolution (Postponed until July)

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 cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:
• 233 Broadway, application for renewal of a restaurant liquor license for W LLC d/b/a The Wooly
• 250 Greenwich Street, 40th Floor, AKA 7 WTC, application for renewal of a liquor license for The New York Academy of Sciences
• Castle Clinton, Battery Park, application for renewal of a vessel liquor license for Statue Cruises LLC d/b/a Miss New York
• Castle Clinton, Battery Park, application for renewal of a vessel liquor license for Statue Cruises LLC d/b/a Miss Ellis Island
• 4 South Street, application for renewal of a liquor license for CM Food Concept Inc. d/b/a Central Market Grill
• 20 Beaver Street, application for renewal of a wine, beer & cider license for Manhattan’s Best Pizza Inc. d/b/a Georgio’s Pizzeria
• 85 West Street, application for renewal of a liquor license for Bill’s DTM NY LLC d/b/a Bill’s Bar & Burger

Battery Park City area
1) 250 Vesey Street, application for alteration of liquor license to permit sidewalk café, Parm Battery Park LLC d/b/a Parm

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 cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:
• 455 North End Avenue, application for renewal of a restaurant liquor license for Brookdale Living Communities of New York – BPC Inc. d/b/a The Hallmark Battery Park City
• 225 Liberty Street, 18, 19, 20th floors, application for renewal; of restaurant liquor license for Aramark Services, Inc. – Resolution
• 2 River Terrace, application for a renewal of a wine and beer license for Le Pain Quotidien
• 3 World Financial Center aka 200 Vesey Street, application for a renewal of liquor license for Compass Group USA, Inc. and Thompson Hospitality Services, LLC, 3rd and 50th floors
• 2 West Street, application for a renewal of liquor license for the Ritz Carlton Battery Park
• 100 West Street (Brookfield Place), application for renewal of a wine and beer license for UB WFC, LLC dba Umami Burger

Tribeca area
1) 125 Chambers Street, application for unenclosed sidewalk café for Pret a Manger – Resolution
2) 205 Hudson Street, application for alteration for extension of hours for AFNYC LLC d/b/a American Flatbread – Resolution
3) 66 West Broadway, application for wine and beer license for Vin Sur Vingt Wine Bar – Resolution
4) 221 West Broadway, application for alteration of liquor license for North of Houston LLC d/b/a White Street – Resolution (WITHDRAWN)

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 cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:
• 277 Church Street, application for a renewal of a liquor license for B Flat
• 397 Greenwich Street, application for a renewal of a wine and beer license for Wichcraft
• 120 Hudson Street, application for a renewal of a liquor license for Bubby’s Pie 
• 3 Lispenard Street, application for renewal of restaurant liquor license for One Japan Inc. d/b/a Tataki
• Chabad of Tribeca, street activity permit application for Reade Street between Broadway and Church Street, Sunday, September 17, 2016 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

6/15 Quality of Life & Service Delivery Committee – 6:00 PM
         Location: Community Board 1 - Conference Room 
                         1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) Update on the status of the Cortlandt Street #1 train station and when it will open – Presentation by Daniel Creighton, Project Executive, MTA Capital Construction
2) Accessibility of subway stations in Community District 1 – Presentation by Zachary Campbell, Assistant Director, Government & Community Relations, MTA NYC Transit
3) Reconstruction of Front Street – Presentation by La Shawn Wiggins, RLA, Senior Project Manager, Department of Design and Construction
4) Community Board 1 Livability Study – Presentation by Jahnavi Aluri, Fund for the City of New York Community Planning Fellow

6/20 Waterfront, Parks & Resiliency Committee – 6:00 PM
        Location: Community Board 1 - Conference Room 
                        1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) Battery Park City resiliency plans – Presentation by Gwen Dawson, VP of Real Property, and Joe Ganci, Design Director, Battery Park City Authority & Stanton Eckstut, Principal, and Eric C.Y. Fang, Principal, Perkins Eastman
2) Governors Island Update – Presentation by Michael Samuelian, President & CEO, Trust for Governors Island
3) Game On! Water Street – Presentation by Taina Prado, Chief of Staff, Downtown Alliance
4) Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency – Update by Diana Switaj, Director of Planning and Land Use, Community Board 1
5) Flood Resilience Zoning Text Amendment – Report by Diana Switaj, Director of Planning & Land Use, Community Board 1
6) Comptroller Stringer POPS Audit – Presentation by Eric Holguin, Manhattan Borough Liaison, Office of the NYC Comptroller (Postponed to July)

6/21 Executive Committee – 6:00 PM
        Location: Community Board 1 - Conference Room 
                        1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) Introduction to new board members
2) Committee reports
3)  Spring Studios – Discussion

6/27 CB 1 Monthly Meeting – 6:00 PM
        Location: Borough of Manhattan Community College
                        199 Chambers Street, Richard Harris Terrace


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"



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