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Community Meetings & Events

PRELIMINARY
COMMUNITY BOARD
COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDAS
JUNE 2015

 Please notify CB1 two days in advance if wheelchair access is required.


7/1  Financial District Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Community Board Office
                49-51 Chambers Street, Room 709
1) 133 Greenwich Street project – Update by Dan Neofitidis, Project Manager, Cava Construction and Michael Degar, Project Manager, GTI
2) 180 Maiden Lane, modification of previously approved certification M 920427(A) ZCM – Resolution
3) 90-94 Fulton Street, 130-136 William Street, Board of Standards and Appeals application to allow a proposed development to be partially located within the bed of a mapped but unbuilt portion of Fulton Street – Resolution
4) 77 Pearl Street, application for a wine and beer license for Four Star ½ Inc. d/b/a Justinos – Resolution
5) 20 Pine Street ramp – Discussion

The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses or sidewalk cafe permits:
• 55 Church Street, renewal application for a liquor license for Millennium Hilton
• 40 Broad Street, renewal application for a liquor license for Reserve Cut
• 250 Greenwich Street, 33rd Fl. a.k.a. 7 WTC, renewal application for a liquor license for Restaurant Associates LLC and New York Academy of Science
• 25 Broad Street, renewal application for a liquor license for Bobby Van’s

7/3 Office Closed Independence Day (Observed)

7/7 Battery Park City Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Community Board Office
                49-51 Chambers Street, Room 709
1) Route 9A – Update by Shilpan Patel, Project Manager, New York State Department of Transportation
2) BPC Parks Enforcement Patrol – Update by Sergeant Phuchong Srisuro
3) Street permit activity guidelines process – Discussion
4) Helicopter take-off from North Cove Marina – Discussion and possible resolution
5) Conversion of West Thames lawn surface – Resolution
6) Missing Child Incident – Discussion
7) Neighborhood Updates – Discussion
 
The following notices have been received for alteration, renewal, upgrade, or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses or sidewalk cafe permits:
• 2 River Terrace, application for a renewal of a wine and beer license for Le Pain Quotidien
• 21 South End Avenue, application for renewal of a liquor license for Miramar
• 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
• 2 West Street, application for renewal of restaurant and hotel liquor license for The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, LLC, d/b/a The Ritz-Carlton Hotel New York, Battery Park

7/8 Tribeca Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Community Board Office
                 49-51 Chambers Street, Room 709
1) Temporary Public Plaza on West Broadway between Franklin and Leonard Streets – Presentation by Lynn Ellsworth, Chair, Tribeca Trust
2) Borough of Manhattan Community College – Update by Scott Anderson, Vice President for Administration and Planning
3) Proposed public bike corral at 181 Duane Street – Presentation by Inbar Kishioni, Project Manager, NYC Department of Transportation Bicycle Program and resolution
4) Pier 25, application for alteration of liquor license for Manhattan Yacht Club Inc. to change location for pick-up of passengers from North Cove to Pier 25 – Possible resolution
5) 77 Worth Street, application for tavern liquor license for RBC Bar Inc. – Resolution
6) 41 Murray Street, application for restaurant liquor license for Rosa Mexicano Murray LLC – Resolution
7) 221 West Broadway, application for sidewalk cafe for North of Houston LLC d/b/a White Street – Resolution
8) 385 Greenwich Street aka North Moore Street, application for restaurant liquor license for Aemal LLC d/b/a Belzer – Resolution
9) Draft Tribeca Committee Liquor License Application Guideline revisions
10) Tribeca Committee meeting procedures – Discussion

The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses or sidewalk cafe permits:
• 325 Church Street, application for a renewal of a liquor license for Saluggi’s
• 131 Duane Street, application for a renewal of a restaurant liquor license for Radiante, LLC d/b/a City Hall Restaurant
• 361 Greenwich Street, application for renewal of restaurant liquor license for Silmor Enterprise Corp. d/b/a Tablao
• 363-367 Greenwich Street, application for renewal of liquor license for LDV Greenwich LLC d/b/a American Cut 
• 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
• 241 West Broadway, application for a renewal of a liquor license for Cercle Rouge
• 397 Greenwich Street, application for a renewal of a wine and beer license for Wichcraft
• 363 Greenwich Street, application for renewal sidewalk cafe license for American Cut

7/9 Landmarks Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Community Board Office
               49-51 Chambers Street, Room 709
1) 17 Leonard Street, application for restoration of  existing 3-story masonry facade and addition of two-story rooftop addition – Resolution
2) 456 Greenwich Street, application to replace a non-contributing garage building with a new six-story hotel building with rooftop features – Resolution
3) 366 Broadway, application to install ramp and stairs – Resolution
4) 130 Duane Street, application for facade alterations, new steel canopies and light fixtures – Resolution
5) 80 White Street, application for entry stair and handicapped lift, window replacement, storefront infill, and rooftop bulkhead – Resolution
6) 38 Park Row, application for restoration of storefronts- Resolution
7) Follow-up committee discussion on future South Street Seaport plans – Discussion

7/13     Planning Committee – 6:00 PM 
Location: Community Board Office
                49-51 Chambers Street, Room 709
1) Lower Manhattan Resiliency – Update by Curtis Cravens, Senior Program Manager – Coastal Protection, NYC Mayor’s Office of Recovery & Resiliency
2) World Trade Center – Update by Glenn Guzi, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
3) Silverstein Properties – Update by Carlos Valverde, 3 World Trade Center Construction
Manager & Ute Rinnebach, Bjarke Ingels Group
4) “Make Way for Lower Manhattan” Plan – Presentation by Kate Ascher, BuroHappold
5) City-wide Ferry Service – Update by Lusheena Warner, Assistant Vice President, Community Relations, NYC Economic Development Corporation

7/14     Youth & Education Committee – 6:00 PM 
Location: Community Board Office
                49-51 Chambers Street, Room 709
1) New York City Department of Education Proposed Five-Year Capital Plan Amendment Fiscal Years 2015 – 2019 – Discussion
2) West Thames Park safety issues following preschool incident – Discussion
3) Kids Sail Scholarship Application – Announcement
4) Brookfield letter and response to Senator Squadron – Discussion

7/15 Executive Committee – 6:00 PM
 Location: Community Board Office
                 49-51 Chambers Street, Room 709  
1) SeaGlass Carousel – Update by Warrie Price, President, The Battery Conservancy
2) Riverkeeper Report and City of Water Day on Saturday, July 18, 2015 – Update by Roland Lewis, President & CEO, Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance
3) Demolition of Rector Street Bridge & restoration of park to larger footprint, Public Design Commission application – Presentation by Leonard Greco, Senior Vice President, Capital Programs, NYC Economic Development Corporation and resolution
4) Community Needs Assessment Study by Pace University Students – Staff  Presentation
5) Fiscal Year 2017 District Needs Statement – Discussion
6) Community Board 1 office move – Update by CB1 staff
7) Committee reports

7/16 Quality of Life Committee – 6:00 PM
 Location: Community Board Office
                49-51 Chambers Street, Room 709  
1) NYC Department of Transportation Construction Update
2) MJHS Metropolitan Jewish Health System, Hospice and Palliative Care – Presentation by Mr. Sadi Benzaquen, MSW, Regional Account Manager
3) Gouverneur Health – Presentation by Kenneth J. Feldman, PhD, FACHE, Associate Executive Director of Ambulatory Care

7/21 Seaport/Civic Center Committee – 6:00 PM
 Location: Community Board Office
                 49-51 Chambers Street, Room 709  
1) Peck Slip Park, Collect Pond Park and Imagination Playground – Update by Lawrence Mauro, NYC Department of Parks and Recreation*
2) New Market & Tin Buildings – Update by Lusheena Warner, Assistant Vice President, Community Relations, NYC Economic Development Corporation
3) South Street South Reconstruction Project – Update by Lusheena Warner, Assistant Vice President, Community Relations, NYC Economic Development Corporation*
4) 5 Beekman Street Development – Update by Eric Bass, Developer & Rob Andrews, General Manager
5) 15 Cliff Street, public plaza certification – Resolution
6) Taste of the Seaport street activity permit application for Front Street between Beekman Street and Peck Slip, Friday, October 17, 2015,  9:00am – 5:00pm – Resolution
7) 5 Beekman Street, application for restaurant liquor license for Slip Anchor LLC – Resolution
8) 18 Fulton street, application for alteration of a restaurant liquor license for Superspace LLC – Resolution
*Financial District Committee members invited for these items

The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses or sidewalk cafe permits:
• 77 Fulton Street, application for a renewal of a liquor license for T J Byrnes Bar and Restaurant

7/28 CB 1 Monthly Meeting – 6:00 PM
Location: DC37 - Auditorium
                125 Barclay 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"

Please notify CB1 two days in advance, if wheelchair access is required.


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