Board Agendas

COMMUNITY BOARD 1-MANHATTAN
MONTHLY BOARD AGENDA



DATE:            Tuesday, April 30, 2024
          
TIME:             6:00 PM

PLACE:          Manhattan Borough President’s Office
                       1 Centre Street, 19th Floor - Southside and Live Remote Meeting - https://live.mcb1.nyc
                       The public is welcome to attend in person or on webex


AGENDA

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 “If there are any relevant draft resolutions that will be considered at this meeting, they may be found here.”

Public Session (6:00 PM – 7:00 PM)

A) Comments by members of the public (1-2 minutes per speaker)


Registration to speak during the public session will open at 10:00 AM the same day and close at 5:45 PM.

Public Hearing

Topic: City of Yes - Housing Opportunity Zoning Text Amendments 2024

Business Session

  1. Adoption of March 2024 minutes
  2. Updates from Elected Officials
  3. Treasurer’s Report – M. James
  4. District Manager’s Report – Z. Bommer
  5. Chairperson’s Report – T. Meltzer

Committee Reports

A) Executive Committee - T. Meltzer

  1. Cannabis Dispensary - Lyfe Charmz - 177 Duane Street - Resolution
  2. Cannabis Dispensary- Soho Dispensary (3 locations) - 139 Fulton Street;  281 Broadway; 225 Broadway - Resolution
  3. Public Comment on the Office of Cannabis Management’s Proposed Adult-Use Amendments - Resolution
  4. Temporary wine, beer, cider license for 30th Annual Taste of Tribeca event on Sat, May 18th, 2024  - Resolution
  5. Pedestrian Plaza Rules in consideration of Open Dining NYC (Rules) - Report

B) Environmental Protection Committee - A. Blank

  1. Waterfront Edge Design Guidelines (WEDG) Projects - Report

C) Joint Environmental Protection and Battery Park City Committees - A. Blank 

  1. Discussion on all BPCA North West Resiliency Plans at 30% design – Resolution
  2. Battery Park City Authority (BPCA) review of North West Battery Park Resiliency Plans 30% design:
  • West Street Crossing/Tribeca (Reach 1) - Report
  • North Cove (Reach 5) - Report

D) Battery Park City Committee - J. Cuccia

  1. Wagner Park Pavilion Commercial Space design recommendations - Resolution
  2. BPC Security Update – Report
  3. Programming, Construction and Event Updates – Report

E) Youth & Education Committee - T. Joyce

  1. Class Size and School Funding - Resolution

F) Quality of Life & Service Delivery Committee - M. James 

  1. 225 Broadway OASAS Addiction Treatment Center Application - Resolution
  2. BNY Mellon Construction Project - Report
  3. 1st Precinct updates – Report

G) Land Use, Zoning & Economic Development Committee - P. Kennell

  1. Board of Standards application Cal. No. 805-79-BZ, 88 Pine Street request to amend the previous granted variance to allow the construction of vestibules in the special permit plaza, a Privately-Owned Public Space (POPS) - Resolution
  2. Downtown Alliance, Neighborhood Quarterly Update - Report

H) Waterfront, Parks & Cultural Committee - P. Goldstein

  1. City Hall Park Conservancy’s Progress and Upcoming Goals – Report

I) Transportation & Street Activity Permits Committee - B. Kay 

  1. Dinner on Duane 2024, Request for street permit Sept 15, 2024 Friends of Duane Park - Resolution
  2. Hotel Loading Zone Request for Warren Street Hotel at 86 Warren Street - Resolution
  3. Int 0132-2024 Requiring moped retailers to provide ownership information at point of sale - Resolution
  4. Safety at and Revitalization of Fulton Center - Report
  5. Blue Highways Initiative: Pier 6 and local deliveries - Report
  6. Open Street Renewals - (1) Duane St from Greenwich to W Broadway & (2) Peck Slip from Water to Pearl - Report


J) Landmarks & Preservation Committee - J. Friedman

  1. Docket number - LPC-24-04374 - 388 Broadway - Build a vertical extension on top of the building - Report

K) Licensing & Permits Committee - S. Cole 

Tribeca area

  1. 111 Reade Street, new application and temporary retail permit for Yards NYC LLC for full liquor license – Resolution

Battery Park City area

  1. 21 South End Avenue, new application and temporary retail permit for Meta Hotpot 6 Inc. d/b/a ER Hotpot for a full liquor license – Resolution

Financial District area

  1. 59 Nassau Street, new application and temporary retail permit for Otani & Nassau Inc for wine, beer and cider license – Resolution
  2. 80 Maiden Lane, Store 5, corporate change for FGNY 80 Maiden LLC dba Five Guys for wine, beer and cider license – Resolution
  3. 1 New York Plaza, 3rd Floor, new catering establishment application for Restaurants Associates Inc dba Morgan Stanley Cafe for liquor, wine, beer and cider license – Resolution
  4. 34 Water Street, new application and temporary retail permit for Susukino Ramen Inc for wine, beer and cider license – Resolution

Seaport/Civic Center area

  1. 95 South Street, alteration permit for HHC Bridgeview LLC & Creative Culinary Management Company LLC for liquor, wine, beer and cider license – Resolution
  2. 19 Fulton Street, alteration permit to remove the outside bar for HHC Cobblestones LLC & Creative Culinary Management Company LLC dba Cobble & Co and Sunday in Brooklyn for liquor, wine, beer and cider license – Resolution
  3. 1 Fulton Street, alteration permit for HHC Fulton Retail LLC, HHC Lawn Games LLC, the Lawn Club LLC & Seaport Snack LLC dba Bar Snack/The Lawn Club/Snack Out for liquor, wine, beer and cider license – Resolution
  4. 161 Water Street, 14th Floor, new application and temporary retail permit for Lets Pow Wow LLC for wine, beer and cider license – Resolution
  5. 161 Water Street, 23rd Floor, new application and temporary retail permit for Water Well LLC for wine, beer and cider license – Resolution

 

New Business

Old Business

Adjournment

 

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"