Community Board No. 3, Manhattan, New York City




Community Board 3 Calendar

CALENDAR OF MEETINGS – APRIL 2018

This calendar is subject to change, please confirm at CB3 website

Arts & Cultural Affairs Subcommittee
Monday, April 9 at 6:30pm -- Theater for the New City - 155 First Avenue (btwn E 9th & 10th Sts)

1.    Approval of previous month's minutes
2.    Review updates on Arts and Culture Survey and prepare for presentation to DCA
3.    Update of LES History Month
4.    Vote to adjourn

Land Use, Zoning, Public & Private Housing Committee
Monday, April 9 at 6:30pm -- University Settlement, Speyer Hall - 184 Eldridge Street (btwn Rivington & Delancey Sts)

1.    Approval of previous month's minutes
2.    BSA 24-96-BZ: 213 Madison St (McDonald's): extend term of previously granted variance for continued operation of eating/drinking within residential zone (click for info); BSA CAL# 24-96 BZ Limitations (click for info)
3.    Cooper Square Community Land Trust (CSCLT) request for support to urge HPD to prioritize disposition of City owned land for Community Land Trusts
4.    CSCLT request for support for Speaker's Initiative submitted by the NYC Community Land Initiative (NYCLI) for a total budget of $735,625 for FY19 on behalf of some 14 groups to provide funding to build the capacity of emerging or expanding CLT's working to create/preserve affordable housing (click for info)
5.    Request for support from CSCLT to acquire former Nativity Church, 44 Second Ave, from the NY Archdiocese for low income housing for 116 units of senior, families, homeless and disabled; Community Center, Meditation Center in honor of Dorothy Day (click for info)
6.    Cooper Square Committee Campaign on Lead Hazard Awareness, including construction dust contamination
7.    Vote to adjourn

SLA & DCA Licensing Committee
Monday, April 9 at 6:30pm -- Perseverance House Community Room - 535 East 5th Street (btwn Aves A & B)
please note that no food or drink allowed in building for this meeting - thank you for your cooperation

Applicants must submit withdrawals and residents must submit materials and agreements by Friday noon before meeting

Alterations
16.    Club Cumming (Corsica Entertainment), 505 E 6th St (alt/op/add live music and DJ)
Applications within Saturated Areas
17.    Windmill (Peter Windmill Enterprises LLC), 43 Clinton St (op)
Hotel Application
18.    Allen Hotel (Allen Street Hospitality LLC), 140 Allen St (op)
Items not heard at Committee
19.    That Witch Ales You, 116 Madison St (wb)
20.    GrandLo Cafe Inc, 178 Broome St (wb)
21.    Cafe Orlin (39 St Marks Inc), 41 St Marks Pl (alt/op/corp change)
22.    Bacaro NYC Inc, 136-138 Division St (op/corp change)
*    Vote to adjourn

Landmarks Committee
Tuesday, April 10 at 6:30pm -- JASA/Green Residence - 200 East 5th Street at Bowery
please see website for all landmark agenda items
please check website to confirm meeting


1.    Approval of previous month's minutes
2.    Certificate of Appropriateness; Proposal to add small swing sign to Becky's Bites 122 East 7th St Storefront (click for info)
3.    Continued discussion of LPC's proposed new rules found in Title 63 of the Rules of NYC.
4.    Vote to adjourn

Transportation, Public Safety, & Environment Committee
Tuesday, April 10 at 6:30pm -- The Lee - 133 Pitt Street (at Houston)

1.    Approval of previous month's minutes
2.    Dance parade presentation
3.    Nike Earth Day run, April 22, Manhattan Bridge to Basketball City
4.    Proposed expansion of Manhattan Detention Center adjacent to CB 3 District
5.    Review of Half Marathon—the run and the City process
6.    Vote to adjourn

Health, Seniors, & Human Services / Youth, Education, & Human Rights Committee
Thursday, April 12 at 6:30pm -- The Lee - 133 Pitt Street (at Houston)

1.    Approval of previous month's minutes
2.    Census 2020 - Request to support advocacy for accurate and complete count (link 1) (link 2) (link 3) (click for info)
3.    Essex Crossing School: follow up and next steps
4.    Mount Sinai Beth Israel – Review of input from community forum regarding essential services necessary to remain in community and resolution regarding these services
5.    Review/discussion of first draft of district needs "call-out" section on community-based health centers
6.    Vote to adjourn

SLA & DCA Licensing Committee
Monday, April 16 at 6:30pm -- Public Hotel, 17th Floor, Sophia Room - 215 Chrystie Street (btwn Houston & Stanton Sts)
please note that no food or drink allowed in building for this meeting - thank you for your cooperation

Applicants must submit withdrawals and residents must submit materials and agreements by Friday noon before meeting

1.    Approval of previous month's minutes
Applications within Saturated Areas
2.    Kaikagetsu NYC (Forrest International Inc), 162 Orchard St (op)
3.    The Cabin (The Great Cabin LLC), 205 E 4th St (op)
4.    Entity to be formed by H Cheng, 117 Ave A (op)
Alterations
5.    Brigitte (ZVAH Inc), 37 Canal St (alt/op/add additional bar and seats to basement/add outdoor garden area)
Sidewalk Cafe Applications
6.    Spiegel's (Spiegel Inc), 26 1st Ave
New Liquor License Applications
7.    Ikinari Steak (Kuni's Corporation), 90 E 10th St (upgrade to op)
8.    Regal Cinemas Inc, 115 Delancey St (op)
9.    Fafuli LLC, 118 1st Ave (op)
10.    The Marilyn (The Marilyn NYC LLC), 73 Monroe St (op)
11.    54 Mulberry LLC, 252 Broome St (op)
12.    Bubbleology (City Bev NY LLC), 120 1/2 1st Ave (op)
13.    Gala (Color Strip LLC), 92 3rd Ave (wb)
14.    Dim Sum Sam Inc, 59 2nd Ave (op)
15.    Entity to be formed by Huey Cheng, 304 E 6th St (op)
*    Vote to adjourn

b=beer & cider | wb=wine, beer & cider | op=liquor, wine, beer & cider | alt=alterations

Parks, Recreation, Cultural Affairs, & Waterfront Committee
Wednesday, April 18 at 6:30pm -- BRC Senior Services Center - 30 Delancey Street (btwn Chrystie & Forsyth Sts)

1.    Approval of previous month's minutes
2.    Seward Park public art project: Wood-framed sculpture with photographs of mom-and-pop neighborhood stores of the Lower East Side by Karla and James Murray, June 2018 - June 2019
3.    Seward Park public art project: Studio in the Park artist residency series in custom-built mobile studio unit (funded by NEA OurTown Grant), July 1 - August 15
4.    GreenThumb update on the coming garden season
5.    Start District Needs Statement update process
6.    Report from Arts & Cultural Affairs Subcommittee
7.    Vote to adjourn

By-Law Committee
Monday, April 23 at 6:30pm -- Community Board 3 Office - 59 East 4th Street

1.    Approval of previous month's minutes
2.    Review and update of by-laws
3.    Vote to Adjourn

Economic Development Committee
Wednesday, April 25 at 6:30pm -- University Settlement at Houston Street Center - 273 Bowery

1.    Approval of previous month's minutes
2.    Cooper Square Committee information re the Commercial Lease Assistance Program providing free legal services
3.    Presentation on City Council report: Planning for Retail Diversity: Supporting NYC's Neighborhood Businesses (click for info)
4.    Presentation re Community Development Financial Institution Fund (click for info)
5.    Vote to adjourn

Public Housing & Section 8 Housing Subcommittee
No Meeting Scheduled

Executive Committee
Thursday, April 19, 2018- 6:30pm
Community Board 3 Office, 59 East 4th Street

Community Board 3, Full Board Meeting
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 - 6:30pm
PS 20 - 166 Essex Street (E Houston & Stanton Sts)

April 17 is the last day for the public to submit May agenda items



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