Committee Agendas March 2014
Proposed Committee Agendas Subject to Change
Housing Committee, Nick Prigo, Chairperson
Monday, March 10, 6:30PM
1. Discussion with Jean Green Dorsey, President of Westgate/Stonehenge Tenant Association on exclusion of stabilized tenants from communal building facilities.
2. Review of local legislators' housing agendas.
3. Follow-up on CB7 Housing agenda for 2014.
Transportation Committee, Andrew Albert and Dan Zweig, Co-Chairpersons
Tuesday, March 11, 6:30 PM
At Goddard Riverside Community Center, 593 Columbus Avenue at 88th Street
1. Pedestrian Safety improvements on Riverside Drive and West 72nd and West 79th Streets.
2. Discussion with the Taxi and Limousine Commission and the NY District Attorney’s Office on penalties for taxi drivers who violate the traffic laws.
Postponed to April:
Strangers’ Gate (Central Park West and West 106th Street.) Proposal to remove three parking spaces on the east side of Central Park West in order to increase visibility for park users.
Business & Consumer Issues Committee, Michele Parker and George Zeppenfeldt-Cestero,
Wednesday, March 12, 7:00 PM
Applications to the SLA for two-year liquor licenses:
1. 898 Amsterdam Avenue (W.103rd Street) Primavera Mexicana Inc., d/b/a To Be Determined, to include live music.
2. 165 West 72nd Street (Amsterdam Avenue) LD & CJ Corp. d/b/a To Be Determined.
3. 165 West 65th Street, 10th Floor at Lincoln Center d/b/a To Be Determined, to include live music, with outdoor balcony space.
Unenclosed Café Renewal Applications:
4. 270 Columbus Avenue (West 73rd Street.) Renewal application #1260284-DCA to the Department of Consumer Affairs by 276 Columbus Inc., d/b/a Arte Around the Corner, for a two-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 4 tables and 8 seats.
5. 519 Columbus Avenue (West 85th Street.) Renewal application #1395448-DCA to the Department of Consumer Affairs by De La Fontaine, LLC, d/b/a “To be determined”, for a two-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 21 tables and 42 seats.
6. 566 Amsterdam Avenue (West 87th -88th Streets.) Renewal application #1312628-DCA to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Jos Concept, LLC, d/b/a B Café West, for a two-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 7 tables and 14 seats.
7. 732 Amsterdam Avenue (West 96th Street.) Renewal application #1138270 to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Le Se Amsterdam 732 Restaurant, Inc., d/b/a Dive Bar, for a two-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 7 tables and 17 seats.
Preservation Committee, Jay Adolf and Gabrielle Palitz, Co-Chairpersons
Thursday, March 13, 6:30 PM
1. 48 West 71st Street, Apt. 2F (Central Park West - Columbus Avenue.) Application #14-6281 to the Landmarks Preservation Commission to replace windows.
2. 220 West 72nd Street, dba City Veterinary Care (Broadway – West End Avenue.) Application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission to erect two signs on the façade.
3. 35 West 92nd Street (Central Park West – Columbus Avenue.) Application #149571 to the Landmarks Preservation Commission to install a chimney flue.
4. 11 West 69th Street (Central Park West – Columbus Avenue.) Application #144092 to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a window master plan.
5. 240 West 71st Street (Broadway – West End Avenue.) Application #14-6281 to the Landmarks Preservation
Commission for replacement of parlor floor windows on the front facade, rear façade modifications and the addition of a bulkhead on the roof.
6. 132 West 78th Street (Columbus – Amsterdam Avenue.) Application #153592 to the Landmarks Preservation
Commission to construct a rear yard addition.
8. 334 West 84th Street (West End Avenue-Riverside Drive.) Application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a rooftop addition.
476 Amsterdam Avenue (West 83rd Street.) Application #152290 to the Landmarks Preservation Commission to install 3 canvas awnings on the Amsterdam Avenue façade.
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 and Elizabeth Starkey, Co-Chairpersons
Monday, March 17, 7:00PM
1. Presentation by the Art Students League on “Model to Monument”, a temporary public art project in
2. Update on committee discussions.
Land Use Committee, Richard Asche and Page Cowley, Co-Chairpersons
Wednesday, March19, 7:00 PM
Agenda to be announced.
Youth, Education & Libraries Committee, Eric Shuffler and Blanche Lawton, Co-Chairpersons
Thursday, March 20, 6:30 PM
Agenda to be announced.
Health & Human Services Committee, Madge Rosenberg and Barbara Van Buren,
Tuesday, March 25, 6:30 PM
Agenda to be announced.
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. Send comments by e-mail to email@example.com or by fax to (212) 595-9317.
Resolutions adopted at the committee meetings will be reported at the Full Board Meeting in April.