Committee Agendas                                                                 March 2015

Proposed Committee Agendas    Subject to Change

SPECIAL JOINT MEETING
Housing Committee, Nick Prigo, Chairperson
Joint with Land Use Committee, Richard Asche and Page Cowley, Co-Chairpersons,
Transportation Committee, Andrew Albert and Dan Zweig, Co-Chairpersons, and
Youth, Education & Libraries Committee, Eric Shuffler and Blanche Lawton, Co-Chairpersons
Monday, March 9, 6:30PM

Discussion of minor modification to the Riverside South special permit/restrictive declaration for Building K-2, West 61st-62nd Streets, Riverside Boulevard – Freedom Place, to allow:
(1) changes in the urban design controls to facilitate the change in proposed use of the site from mixed residential/retail to community facility, which will be Collegiate School; and (2) the relocation of affordable housing required to be included in the Riverside South Special Permit area.  The proposal moves the 55 affordable housing units from RSS to West 108th Street between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues.

Transportation Committee, Andrew Albert and Dan Zweig, Co-Chairpersons
Tuesday, March 10, 7:00 PM

Agenda to be announced.

Business & Consumer Issues Committee, Michele Parker and George Zeppenfeldt-Cestero,
Co-Chairpersons
Wednesday, March 11, 7:00 PM
Application to the SLA for a two-year liquor license:

1.    416 Amsterdam Avenue (West 80th Street.) LWB Hospitality Group LLC, d/b/a Hummus Kitchen.
Unenclosed Café Renewal Applications:
2.    2607 Broadway (West 98th – 99th Street.) Renewal application # 1345744-DCA to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Workhorse Restaurant, Inc., d/b/a Regional, for a four-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 9 tables and 18 seats.
3.    286 Columbus Avenue (West 73rd – 74th Streets.) Renewal application # 1231072-DCA to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Wine and Roses Bar and Cafes, LLC, d/b/a Wine & Roses, for a four-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 7 tables and 14 seats.
Enclosed Café Renewal Application:
4.    200 Columbus Avenue (West 69th Street.) Renewal application # 1271565-DCA/ ULURP# N110325ECM to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Magnolia Columbus Avenue, LLC, d/b/a Magnolia Bakery, for a four-year consent to operate an enclosed sidewalk café with 15 tables and 39 seats.
5.    2518 Broadway (West 94th Street.) Renewal application # 1353598-DCA/ ULURP# N140422ECM to the Department of Consumer Affairs by 94 Corner Café Corp., d/b/a 94 Corner Café for a four-year consent to operate an enclosed sidewalk café with 5 tables and 20 seats.
6.    2636 Broadway (West 99th – 100th Street.)  Renewal application # 1169442-DCA/ ULURP# N120375ECM to the Department of Consumer Affairs by PS Brothers Gourmet, Inc., d/b/a Indus Valley, for a four-year consent to operate an enclosed sidewalk café with 11 tables and 24 seats.
7.    2787 Broadway (West 107th Street.) Renewal application # 1147364-DCA/ ULURP #N140427ECM to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Hillview Specialty Food  Inc., d/b/a 107th West Restaurant, for a four-year consent to operate an enclosed sidewalk café with 13 tables and 26 seats.
New Unenclosed Café Application:
8.    311 Amsterdam Avenue (West 74th – 75th Streets.) New Application #1874-2015-ASWC to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Fusha 311 West, Inc., d/b/a Fusha Sushi Bar Asian Cuisine for a four-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 15 tables and 32 seats.
9.    320 Amsterdam Avenue (West 75th – 76th Streets.) New Application #1941-2015-ASWC to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Cactus Pearl, LLC, d/b/a to be determined for a four-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 18 tables and 54 seats.
10.    489 Columbus Avenue (West 83rd – 84th Streets.) New Application #1505-2015-ASWC to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Shree Laxmi Cuisine, Inc., d/b/a Savory Indian Cuisine for a four-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 6 tables and 12 seats.
11.    898 Amsterdam Avenue (West 103rd – 104th Streets.) New Application #1834-2015-ASWC to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Primavera Mexican, LLC., d/b/a Casa Mexicana for a four-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 9 tables and 22 seats.

Preservation Committee, Jay Adolf and Gabrielle Palitz, Co-Chairpersons
Thursday, March 12, 6:30 PM

1.    361 Central Park West (West 96th Street.) Report by the applicant on changes made to the plans in response to Community Board 7’s and the Landmarks preservation Commission’s comments and requests.
2.    33 Central Park West, Ethical Culture (West 63rd – 64th Streets.) Application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a railing restoration at main entrance along Central Park West.
3.    27 West 67th Street, Apt #5FW (Columbus Avenue – Central Park West.)Application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for seven window replacements in apartment #5FW.
4.    38 West 83rd Street (Columbus Avenue – Central Park West.) Application #16-4475 to the Landmarks Preservation Commission to legalize window replacement and facade and areaway work performed without Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.
Postponed to April 2015:
270 West 77th Street (West End Avenue – Broadway.) Application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a rear yard addition and facade renovations, including window replacement.

Directed by the City Charter mandate that Community Boards review matters prior to consideration by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, the Preservation Committee reviews the “appropriateness” of proposed changes to individually designated landmarks as well as to properties listed within the Upper West Side’s Historic Districts.

Parks & Environment Committee, Klari Neuwelt, Chairperson
Monday, March 16, 7:00PM

Update on committee discussions.

Land Use Committee, Richard Asche and Page Cowley, Co-Chairpersons
Wednesday, March 18, 7:00 PM

1.    150 West 85th Street, Manhattan Country School (Columbus-Amsterdam Avenues.) Application #1-15-BZ to the Board of Standards & Appeals by Manhattan Country Day School for a variance to allow additional floor area and a vertical extension in order to meet programmatic needs of the school.

Youth, Education & Libraries Committee, Eric Shuffler and Blanche Lawton, Co-Chairpersons
Thursday, March 19, 6:30 PM

Agenda to be announced.

Health & Human Services Committee, Madge Rosenberg, Chairperson
Tuesday, March 24, 7:00 PM

1.   News from Mt. Sanai/St. Luke's/Roosevelt Hospital Center from Brad Korn, Corporate Director of Community Affairs.
2.   Prioritze H&HS community concerns.

Meetings take place at the Community Board office, 250 West 87th Street, unless otherwise indicated. Agendas are subject to change. To confirm committee agendas and meeting locations, call the Board office at (212) 362-4008, or visit www.nyc.gov/mcb7. Send comments by e-mail to office@cb7.org or by fax to (212) 595-9317.
Resolutions adopted at the committee meetings will be reported at the Full Board Meeting on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 beginning at 6:30 PM at Congregation Rodeph Sholom, 7 West 83rd Street (Central Park West.)