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2014

2014

January

January 6, 6:30 PM

Executive, Landmarks/Land Use and Transportation/Public Safety Committee Meeting

John Jay Educational Campus
237 7th Avenue, Auditorium
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Agenda:
  • Continued review and discussion of an application (BSA Calendar No. 289-13-BZ) submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals on behalf of New York Methodist Hospital for a variance pursuant to Section 72-21 of the Zoning Resolution to permit construction of a new ambulatory care facility (Center for Community Health) on the campus of New York Methodist Hospital at 473-541 6th Street, 502-522 8th Avenue, 480-496 & 542-548 5th Street, and 249-267 7th Avenue aka 505-525 6th Street (Block 1084, Lots 25, 26, 28, 39-44, 46, 48, 50-59, 164, 1001, and 1002).

January 8, 6:30 PM

General Board Meeting

School for International Studies
284 Baltic Street, Auditorium
Brooklyn, NY 11201
  • View the January 8th Meeting Agenda
  • View the Meeting Minutes

January 16, 6:30 PM

Transportation/Public Safety Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Fire Department on fire safety.

January 22, 6:30 PM

Youth/Human Services/Education Committee Meeting

Prospect Park Residence
1 Prospect Park West
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with local area elected official representatives on relevant, topical issues of interest pertinent to the committee's mission.
  • (Invited) Update from representative for Urban Recovery House to establish a 25-30 bed methadone-free rehabilitation facility for self-pay clientele at 110 Beard Street (between Richards/Van Brunt Streets).

January 23, 6:30 PM

Landmarks/Land Use Committee Meeting

P.S. 32 Samuel Mills Sprole
317 Hoyt Street, Auditorium
Brooklyn NY 11231
 
  • (Laid over) Public Hearing on 482 President Street (BSA Cal. No. 314-13-BZ).
  • (Laid over) Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on an application (BSA Calendar No. 314-13-BZ) submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals on behalf of Katsina, Inc. for a variance pursuant to Section 72-21 of the Zoning Resolution to permit construction of a new three story, two family residence to replace a two story, three family residence in an M1-2 Zoning District at 482 President Street (Block 447, Lot 13) between Nevins Street and 3rd Avenue.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the enlargement of an existing areaway in the front yard of 777 Carroll Street (between 7th/8th Avenues), Park Slope Historic District.

January 27, 6:30 PM

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses Committee Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Agenda:
  • (To be rescheduled) Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Department of Sanitation on the targeted Spring  rollout of a pilot program to collect separated organics on recycling days in portions of Park Slope.
  • Presentation and review for A new unenclosed sidewalk café permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Marco's Brooklyn, Inc. dba Franny's at 348 Flatbush Avenue (between 8th Avenue/Sterling Place) to permit 4 tables and 10 seats.
  • Review of an alteration to a current on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Marco's Brooklyn Inc. at 346-348 Flatbush Avenue (between 8th Avenue/Sterling Place).
  • Presentation and review for the renewal of a unenclosed sidewalk café permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Marco Polo Take Out LLC dba Enoteca on Court at 347 Court Street (between President/Union Streets) to permit 4 tables and 8 seats.
  • Review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of 404 Henry Street Corp. at 404 Henry Street (between Kane/Baltic Streets).
  • Review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of The Chocolate Room at 51 5th Avenue (between St. Marks Avenue/Bergen Street).
  • Review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Solivan Services Inc. at 257 Columbia Street (between Carroll/President Streets).
  • Review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of K G Carroll Gardens LLC at 478 Smith Street (between Garnet/West 9th Streets).
  • Review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of 3 Avenue Corp. at 286 3rd Avenue (between Carroll/President Streets).
  • Review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Khaw Thai Inc. at 344 7th Avenue (between 9th/10th Streets).

February

February 12, 6:30 PM

General Board Meeting

Old First Reformed Church
729 Carroll Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
  • View the February 12th Meeting Agenda
  • View the Meeting Minutes

February 20, 6:30 PM

Transportation/Public Safety Committee Meeting

P.S. 32 Samuel Mills Sprole
317 Hoyt Street, Auditorium
(between Union/President Streets)
Brooklyn NY 11231
Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives from the Department of Transportation on a proposal to install a new bicycle lane on Bond Street between 3rd Street and Schermerhorn Street. The new bike lane would be a Class III shared lane between 3rd-Douglass, a Class II bike lane between Douglass-Wyckoff and a Class III shared lane between Wyckoff-Schermerhorn. (Note: the segment of Bond Street between 3rd-Wyckoff is in Brooklyn CB6, and will be the subject of review.)

February 24, 6:30 PM

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses Committee Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
(between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Agenda:
  • Presentation and review for the renewal of a unenclosed sidewalk café permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of TTT Brooklyn Inc. dba Jolie Cantina at 241 Smith Street (between Douglass/Butler Streets) to permit 9 tables and 20 seats.
  • Presentation and review of a renewal for a current on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Brooklyn Social at 335 Smith Street (between Carroll/President Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Shake Shack at 170 Flatbush Avenue (between 5th Avenue/Pacific Street).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Aperture LLC at 552 Court Street (between Garnet/West 9th Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a renewal for a current on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Woodland at 242 Flatbush Avenue (between 6th Avenue/Bergen Street).
  • Presentation and review of an alteration to a current on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Olivier Restaurant at 469 4th Avenue (between 11th/12th Streets).

February 26, 6:30 PM

Youth/Human Services/Education and Economic/Waterfront/Community Development & Housing

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
(between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Agenda:
  • Further consideration of a proposal by Urban Recovery House to establish a 25-30 bed methadone-free rehabilitation facility for self-pay clientele at 110 Beard Street (between Richards/Van Brunt Streets).
  • Presentation and discussion with representative for the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene on Take Care New York: A Policy Agenda to Improve the Health of All New Yorkers.
  • Other business.

February 27, 6:00 PM

Landmarks/Land Use Committee Meeting

NYCHA Miccio Center
110 West 9th Street
Brooklyn, NY
Agenda:
  • Public Hearing on 482 President Street (BSA Cal. No. 314-13-BZ).
  • Public Hearing on 164 Coffey Street (BSA Cal. No. 211-12-BZ).
  • Public Hearing on Red Hook Park Major Concession (ULURP No. C140227MCK).
  • Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on an application (BSA Calendar No. 314-13-BZ) submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals on behalf of Katsina, Inc. for a variance pursuant to Section 72-21 of the Zoning Resolution to permit construction of a new three story, two family residence to replace a two story, three family residence in an M1-2 Zoning District at 482 President Street (Block 447, Lot 13) between Nevins Street and 3rd Avenue.
  • Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on an application (BSA Calendar No. 211-12-BZ) submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals on behalf of Jessica and Matthew Sheehan for a variance pursuant to Section 72-21 of the Zoning Resolution to permit proposed reestablishment of a cellar and three-story, two-family residential building in an M1-1 Zoning District at 164 Coffey Street (Block 585, Lot 39) at the between Conover and Ferris Streets.
  • Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on an application submitted by the Department of Parks and Recreation for a major concession to Xavier High School to use and renovate Red Hook Park Ballfield #3 (Block 602, Lot 1).
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the replacement and enlargement of roof dormers at front and back of building at 13 Cheever Place (between Kane/Degraw Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.

March

March 10, 6:30 PM

Executive Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Board member attendance review.
  • Review and discussion of recent public housing local representatives meeting.
  • Presentation and discussion of Community Budget Suggestions tool and applications.
  • Other business.

March 12, 6:30 PM

General Board Meeting

Cobble Hill Health Center
380 Henry Street, Recreation Room
(between Warren/Congress Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
  • View the March 12th Meeting Agenda
  • View the Meeting Minutes

March 17, 6:30 PM

Economic/Waterfront/Community Development & Housing Committee Meeting

Fifth Avenue Committee
Conference Room
621 Degraw Street (between 3rd & 4th Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the New York Rising Red Hook Community Reconstruction Program and the Red Hook Coalition Long Term Community Recovery groups on local resiliency planning efforts.
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Fifth Avenue Committee and the Carroll Gardens Association, Inc. on their housing programs, services and initiatives for the district.

March 20, 6:30 PM

Transportation/Public Safety Committee Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
(between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Agenda:
  • Presentation and review of a proposal by the Department of Transportation to install a bicycle parking facility (bike corral) in front of 365 Van Brunt Street (southeast corner Van Brunt/Dikeman Streets).
  • Presentation and discussion with a representative for the Civilian Complaint Review Board about police misconduct and knowing your rights during a police stop, question or frisk.

March 24, 6:30 PM  

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses Committee Meeting

Community Board 6 District Office
250 Baltic Street, Auditorium
Brooklyn NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with a representative for the Department of Sanitation on the City's expansion of the organic waste collection program which will be affecting a portion of the BK6 district (generally bounded by Union Street-Prospect Park West-15th Street and the Gowanus Canal) in May 2014.
  • Presentation and review of New York State Senate Bill S205-2013 (companion to A2064-2013) by a representative for State Senator Daniel Squadron (sponsor), an act to amend the alcoholic beverage control law, in relation to making the provisions governing the various on-premises liquor licenses consistent with respect to public interest factors that may be considered by the state liquor authority when evaluating the merits of a license application.
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Sun Pok Pok at 127 Columbia Street (between Kane/Irving Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Bruklay Inc. at 440 Bergen Street (southeast corner of 5th Avenue).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Black Sheep Pub at 428 Bergen Street (between 4th/5th Avenues).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of 376 Court Street (between President/Carroll Streets).
  • Presentation and review of an alteration to an on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of May Elizabeth LLC at 370 5th Avenue (between 5th/6th Streets).
  • Presentation and review of an alteration to an on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Loki Lounge at 304 5th Avenue (between 2nd/3rd Streets).
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Huitres NYC Inc. dba Buschenschank at 320 Court Street (between Degraw/Sackett Streets).
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an unenclosed sidewalk café permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of 283 Smith Street Food Corp. dba Zaytoons at 283 Smith Street (between De Grew/Sackett Streets) to permit 5 tables and 18 seats.
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an unenclosed sidewalk café permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Cafe Steinhof Inc. dba Cafe Steinhof at 422 7th Avenue (between 13th/14th Streets) to permit 8 tables and 15 seats.

March 26, 6:30 PM

Youth/Human Services/Education Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with a representative of the Mayor's Office on the proposal to establish a Universal Pre-Kindergarten program for New York City.
  • Briefing by a representative from the Office of Council Member Stephen Levin on the level of mental health services available in the public school system.

March 27, 6:00 PM

Landmarks/Land Use Committee Meeting

Prospect Park YMCA
357 9th Street, 7th floor cafeteria
(between 5th/6th Avenues)
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Agenda:
  • Recommendation to approve a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the replacement and resizing of bluestone sidewalk at 198 St. Johns Place (between 7th/8th Avenues), Park Slope Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the construction of a rear yard deck and stairs at parlor level of 339 Hoyt Street (between President/Carroll Streets), Carroll Gardens Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for alterations to front areaway including addition of pigmented concrete, widening of stairs leading to garden entrance, new railing, and alterations to perimeter fence at 167 Baltic Street (between Clinton/Henry Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the rebuilding of a 2-story rear porch at 289 Clinton Street (between Baltic/Kane Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.

April

April 9, 6:30 PM

General Board Meeting

P.S. 32 Samuel Mills Sprole
317 Hoyt Street, Auditorium
(between Union/President Streets)
Brooklyn NY 11231
  • View the April 9th Meeting Agenda
  • View the Meeting Minutes

April 14, 6:30 PM

Bar Informational Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, Auditorium
(Between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Agenda:
  • In an effort to better understand the rules and regulations governing restaurants and bars in our district, representatives from State Liquor Authority, City agencies and local precincts will be on hand to answer any questions in respect to noise, smoking, backyard usage, garbage and other related issues.

April 16, 6:30 PM

Parks/Recreation/Cultural Affairs Committee Meeting

Old First Reformed Church
729 Carroll Street
(corner of 7th Avenue)
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with the various "friends" groups who act as support groups, stewards and advocates for our local parks.
  • Informational briefing and discussion with representatives for the Department of Parks & Recreation on the recently begun renovations to Coffey Park.

April 21, 6:30 PM

Economic/Waterfront/Community Development & Housing Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Health Center
380 Henry Street, Recreation Room
(between Warren/Congress Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Carroll Gardens Association on an existing conditions report and housing needs assessment developed by Pratt for the Columbia Waterfront and Red Hook neighborhoods.

April 23, 6:30 PM

Youth/Human Services/Education Committee Meeting

Red Hook Initiative
767 Hicks Street
(northeast corner W 9th/Hicks Sts)
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for Alex House Project, a multifaceted program designed and led by young mothers, providing parenting and leadership support for pregnant and/or parenting young mothers.
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Mayor's Office to Combat Domestic Violence on the role of the office in overseeing the delivery of domestic violence services, raising awareness and working to expand access to services for victims and their children to receive the help they need.
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Human Resource Administration's Office of Child Support Enforcement on how to properly engage the child support system and the benefits the system provides to custodial and noncustodial parents and children.

April 24, 6:00 PM

Landmarks/Land Use Committee Meeting

Prospect Park YMCA
357 9th Street, 7th floor cafeteria
(between 5th/6th Avenues)
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Agenda:
  • Public Hearing on 158 Dikeman Street (ULURP No. C120093MMK).
  • Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on an application (ULURP No. C 120093 MMK) submitted to the Department of City Planning on behalf of Dikeman Realty Corporation for an amendment to the City Map involving: (i) the elimination, discontinuance and closing of a portion of Dikeman Street between Ferris Street and Conover Street; and (ii) the adjustment of grades necessitated thereby; including authorization for any acquisition or disposition of real property related thereto, at 158 Dikeman Street (Block 574, Lot 34), between Ferris and Conover Streets.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for changing partitions, replace windows, door and new stairs at first story rear yard addition at 321 Clinton Street (between Kane/Degraw Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for addition of rooftop bulkhead and railing, side elevation removal of doors, replacement and reopening windows, replacement of rear deck with balcony and removal of door and restoration of storefront fenestration at front elevation at 132 Kane Street (corner Kane St/Cheever Pl), Cobble Hill Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the addition of a fourth story, and the enlargement of a two-story rear extension with deck, porch and stairs at 531 11th Street (between 7th/8th Avenues), Park Slope Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a new downspout and the enlargement of door/window openings at the second story rear elevation of 409 13th Street (between 7th/8th Avenues), Park Slope Historic District.

April 28, 6:30 PM

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses Committee Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
(between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Agenda:
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Bruklay Inc. at 440 Bergen Street (between 5th/Flatbush Avenues).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Brew Crew Inc. at 121 Columbia Street (between Kane/Degraw Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of The Bahche Inc. at 191 7th Street (between 2nd/3rd Avenues).
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an unenclosed sidewalk café permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of 283 Smith Street Food Corp. dba Zaytoons at 283 Smith Street (between Degraw/Sackett Streets) to permit 5 tables and 18 seats.
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an unenclosed sidewalk café permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of El Pollito at 119 5th Avenue (between Sterling/St. John's Places) to permit 12 tables and 24 seats.
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an unenclosed sidewalk café permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Abilene at 442 Court Street (between 1st/2nd Places) to permit 8 tables and 32 seats.
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an unenclosed sidewalk café permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Taco Santo at 669 Union Street (between 4th/5th Avenues) to permit 5 tables and 30 seats.
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of McMahon's Public House at 39 Fifth Avenue (between Bergen & Dean Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Lucky 13 Saloon at 644 Sackett Street (between 3rd/4th Avenues).
  • Presentation and review of a new unenclosed sidewalk café permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Table 87 Gowanus NYC LLC at 473 3rd Avenue (southwest corner 3rd Avenue/10th Street) to permit 8 tables and 32 seats.
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an unenclosed sidewalk café permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of 345 Court St. Corp. dba Marco Polo Ristorante at 345 Court Street (souteast corner Court/Union Streets) to permit 15 tables and 30 seats.

May

May 12, 6:30 PM

Executive Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Discussion of current CB6 public notification rules and policies with regard to items coming up for review.
  • Other business.

May 14, 6:30 PM

General Board Meeting

Brooklyn Borough Hall
209 Joralemon Street, Court Room
Brooklyn, NY 11201
  • View the May 14th Meeting Agenda
  • View Meeting Minutes

May 15, 6:30 PM

Transportation/Public Safety Committee Meeting

Old First Reformed Church
729 Carroll Street (upper hall)
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for Assembly Member Millman and State Senators Squadron and Montgomery, co-sponsors of New York State Assembly Bill A.8478-A and Senate Bill S.6496-A respectively, an act to amend the vehicle and traffic law and the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to reducing the speed limit in the city of New York to twenty miles per hour.

May 19, 6:30 PM

Economic/Waterfront/Community Development & Housing Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Health Center
380 Henry Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the New York City Economic Development Corporation on the DockNYC program, NYSolar Smart Solarize program, and other topics of interest related to the district.

May 21, 6:30 PM

Parks/Recreation/Cultural Affairs Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Informational presentation and discussion with representatives for the Department of Transportation on a temporary art installation entitled "Las Bicicletas" involving the installation of sculptures at various parks and open space locations in the district from June through September 2014.

May 22, 6:00 PM

Landmarks/Land Use Committee Meeting

Old First Reformed Church (Upper Hall)
729 Carroll Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Agenda:
  • Public Hearing on 798-804 Union Street (BSA Cal. No. 997-84-BZ).
  • Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on an application (BSA Cal. No. 997-84-BZ) submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals on behalf of 222 Union Associates for changes of use to a mixed use building pursuant to Sections 11-412, 11-413 and 52-34 of the Zoning Resolution, with proposed commercial (retail) uses in Use Group 6 on the first floor and cellar, and proposed residences in Use Group 2 on second through sixth floors, and structural alterations for the confirming residential use at rear wall and at roof, and extinguishment of the term of the previous BSA approval upon commencement of alterations at 798-804 Union Street (Block 957, Lot 29), between 6th and 7th Avenues.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for new canopy with signage, new ADA ramp with railings and alterations to storefront at 292 Court Street (between Kane/Degraw Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.

May 29, 6:30 PM

Youth/Human Services/Education Committee Meeting

Agenda:
  • Shining a Light on Postpartum Depression: The Role of Programs, Policy and Public Health10 to 20% percent of new mothers in the United States suffer from Postpartum Depression (PPD), one of a group of perinatal mood disorders which also includes postpartum anxiety, and in the most severe cases, postpartum psychosis. PPD includes a wide range of emotional, psychological, and physiological reactions to childbirth. The stamina of the new mother is challenged and her ability to function, care for, and bond with her new born child is impaired. How can New York City and State ensure that mothers and their families have access to resources and treatment for this debilitating and sometimes life threatening conditionJoin PPD service providers, specialist, and elected officials for a chance to discuss this important issue – and devise solutions to address it.

June

June 2, 6:30 PM

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses Committee Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, Auditorium
(Between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Agenda:
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Givers and Takers LLC at 286 3rd Avenue (between President/Carroll Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Half Nelson BK LLC at 520 Court Street (between Nelson/Huntington Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Whole Foods Market Group, Inc. at 214 Third Street (at 3rd Avenue).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Ring Ring Ring LLC at 257 Smith Street (between Douglass/De Graw Streets).
  • Presentation and review of an alteration to a current on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Table 87 Gowanus NYC LLC at 473 3rd Avenue (between 10th/11th Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new unenclosed sidewalk cafe permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Table 87 Gowanus NYC LLC at 473 3rd Avenue (between 10th/11th Streets). to permit 6 tables and 24 seats.
  • (Laid Over by Applicant) Presentation and review of an alteration to a current on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of NY Koeln Corp at 84 Saint Marks Place (between 5th/6th Avenues).
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Phil's Crummy Corner LLC at 323 Columbia Street (between Woodhull Street/Hamilton Avenue).
  • Presentation and review of a new unenclosed sidewalk cafe permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Shake Shack Flatbush Brooklyn LLC at 170 Flatbush Avenue (between 5th Avenue/Pacific Street) to permit 8 tables and 16 seats.

June 9, 6:30 PM

Executive Committee Meeting

P.S. 32 Samuel Mills Sprole
317 Hoyt Street, Auditorium
(between Union/President Streets)
Brooklyn NY 11231

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Department of City Planning on the Open Industrial Uses Study report which seeks to (a) improve the environment for business and job growth, (b) prevent pollution and adverse affects on nearby communities, and (c) promote a level playing field for businesses that comply with environmental standards.
  • DCP Open Industrial Uses Study draft report, 5/14

June 11, 6:30 PM

General Board Meeting

School for International Studies
284 Baltic Street, Auditorium
(between Court/Smith Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
  • View the June 11th Meeting Agenda

June 16, 6:30 PM

Economic/Waterfront/Community Development & Housing Committee Meeting

NYCHA Miccio Center
110 West 9th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(Clinton & Henry Streets)

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion of a post-Sandy local rebuilding and resiliency status from the perspectives of various organizations including but not limited to the Mayor's Housing Recovery Office Build-it-Back, Good Shepherd Services, Rebuilding TogetherNYC, Fifth Avenue Committee, South Brooklyn Industrial Development Corporation and the Red Hook Initiative.

June 18, 6:30 PM

Parks/Recreation/Cultural Affairs Committee Meeting

Litchfield Villa, Prospect Park
95 Prospect Park West
(near 5th Street, inside park)
Brooklyn NY 11215

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representative for Prospect Park on Prospect Park-related planned and contemplated projects, programs and policies of interest to park users and supporters.
  • Introduction and discussion with new Brooklyn CB6 parks manager Max Medozile.
  • Presentation by Planning Fellow Mia Brezin on the Brooklyn CB6 Community Budget Suggestions online mapping tool.

June 19, 6:30 PM

Transportation/Public Safety Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation by Planning Fellow Mia Brezin of the Brooklyn CB6 Community Budget Suggestions online mapping tool.
  • Presentation and discussion with a representative for the Office of Emergency Management on hurricane preparedness.
  • Presentation and discussion with a representative for the Department of Transportation on the department's roadway resurfacing services (i.e., how streets get resurfaced).

June 23, 6:30 PM

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses Committee Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, Auditorium
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Agenda:
  • Presentation and review of a proposal to establish a beverage redemption center at 234 Butler Street (southwest corner Butler/Nevins Streets).
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of NY Koeln Corp. at 84 Saint Marks Place (between 4th/5th Avenues).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Mixteca Restaurant LLC at 396 6th Avenue (between 6th/7th Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new unenclosed sidewalk cafe permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Watty and Meg at 248 Court Street (between Kane/Baltic Street) to permit 8 tables and 24 seats.

June 25, 6:30 PM

Youth/Human Services/Education Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Review and discussion of New York State Senate Bill S.7234B and Assembly Bill A.9610B respectively, an act to amend the public health law and the insurance law, in relation to the provision of maternal depression education, screening guidelines, and referrals for treatment as a followup to last month's panel discussion on Postpartum Depression.
  • Discussion of future agenda items.

June 26, 6:30 PM

Landmarks/Land Use Committee Meeting

Prospect Park YMCA
357 9th Street, 7th Floor
(between 5th/6th Avenues)
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Agenda:
  • Public Hearing (continued) on 798-804 Union Street (BSA Cal. No. 997-84-BZ).
  • Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on an application (BSA Cal. No. 997-84-BZ) submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals on behalf of 222 Union Associates for changes of use to a mixed use building pursuant to Sections 11-412, 11-413 and 52-34 of the Zoning Resolution, with proposed commercial (retail) uses in Use Group 6 on the first floor and cellar, and proposed residences in Use Group 2 on second through sixth floors, and structural alterations for the confirming residential use at rear wall and at roof, and extinguishment of the term of the previous BSA approval upon commencement of alterations at 798-804 Union Street (Block 957, Lot 29), between 6th and 7th Avenues.
  • Presentation and continued review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for new canopy with signage, new ADA ramp with railings and alterations to storefront at 292 Court Street (between Kane/Degraw Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for restoration of storefront fenestration and framing, replacement and alteration to main entrance doors at 6-8 Cheever Place (between Kane/Degraw Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for proposed legalization of the front elevation building color and alterations to restore fenestration, awning and security gate for the storefront at 168 Court Street (between Amity/Congress Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.

July

July 7, 6:30 PM

Executive Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Agenda:
  • EP/PL: Ratify recommendation of a proposal to establish a beverage redemption center at 234 Butler Street (southwest corner Butler/Nevins Streets).
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of NY Koeln Corp. at 84 Saint Marks Place (between 4th/5th Avenues).
  • EP/PL: Ratify recommendation for a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Mixteca Restaurant LLC at 396 6th Avenue (between 6th/7th Streets).
  • EP/PL: Ratify recommendation for a new unenclosed sidewalk cafe permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Watty and Meg at 248 Court Street (between Kane/Baltic Street) to permit 8 tables and 24 seats.
  • LM/LU: Ratify recommendation to approve the Brooklyn Red Hook Public Library/Spaceworks agreement with the 2 hours of community use be outside of school hours.
  • LM/LU: Ratify recommendation on an application (BSA Cal. No. 997-84-BZ) submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals on behalf of 222 Union Associates for changes of use to a mixed use building pursuant to Sections 11-412, 11-413 and 52-34 of the Zoning Resolution, with proposed commercial (retail) uses in Use Group 6 on the first floor and cellar, and proposed residences in Use Group 2 on second through sixth floors, and structural alterations for the confirming residential use at rear wall and at roof, and extinguishment of the term of the previous BSA approval upon commencement of alterations at 798-804 Union Street (Block 957, Lot 29), between 6th and 7th Avenues.
  • LM/LU: Ratify recommendation on an application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for new canopy with signage, new ADA ramp with railings and alterations to storefront at 292 Court Street (between Kane/Degraw Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.
  • LM/LU: Ratify recommendation on a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for restoration of storefront fenestration and framing, replacement and alteration to main entrance doors at 6-8 Cheever Place (between Kane/Degraw Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.
  • Other business.

July 24, 6:00 PM

Landmarks/Land Use Committee Meeting

Red Hook Library
7 Wolcott Street
(between Dwight/Richards Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Agenda:
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the legalization of replacement windows and painting of front elevation at 168 Court Street (between Congress/Amity Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a proposal by the Brooklyn Public Library and SpaceWorks for alterations to the Red Hook branch library at 7 Wolcott Street (between Dwight/Richards Streets).

July 28, 6:30 PM

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses Committee Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
(Between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Agenda:
  • Presentation and review of the renewal of an on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Levy Premium Food service, LP & Brooklyn Events Center, LLC at 620 Atlantic Avenue (between Flatbush Avenue/Fort Greene Place).
  • Presentation and review of a new unenclosed sidewalk cafe permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Just Salad at 252 7th Avenue (between 4th/5th Streets) to permit 13 tables and 26 seats.
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Ring Ring Ring LLC at 185 Sackett Street (between Hicks/Henry Streets).Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Little Birds at 231 Court Street (between Baltic/Warren Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Little Birds at 231 Court Street (between Baltic/Warren Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Parm at 210 Flatbush Avenue (between Bergen/Dean Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Toby's Public House at 215 Columbia Street (between Union/Sackett Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Really Good Food Company at 264 Clinton Street (between Warren/Congress Streets).

August

August 28, 6:00 PM

Landmarks/Land Use Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Agenda:
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a 3-story rear yard addition with terrace, rooftop addition, and front elevation restoration including new doors and windows at 25 Tompkins Place (between Kane/Degraw Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a 2-story rear yard addition with deck and new stairs to garden at 198 Warren Street (between Henry/Clinton Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.

September

September 8, 6:30 PM

Executive Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Board member attendance review.
  • Review and discussion of proposal to fill vacant officer positions (Second Vice Chair and Secretary).
  • Other business.

September 10, 6:30 PM

General Board Meeting

Cobble Hill Health Center
380 Henry Street
(between Warren/Congress Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
  • View the September 10th Meeting Agenda
  • View Meeting Minutes

September 15, 6:30 PM

Economic/Waterfront/Community Development & Housing Committee Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
(Between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS) on plans to develop a new borough-wide parolee reporting center at 15 2nd Avenue (between 6th Street/Gowanus Canal).

September 17, 6:30 PM

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses

Wyckoff Gardens Community Center
280 Wyckoff Street
(between Nevins/3rd Avenues)
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Department of Environmental Protection on the department's proposal to site retention tanks in the Gowanus Canal corridor to reduce the impact of combined sewer overflow events.

September 17, 6:30 PM

Parks/Recreation/Cultural Affairs Committee Meeting

NYCHA Miccio Center
110 West 9th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(Clinton & Henry Streets)

Agenda:
  • Orientation: Rules, regulations and procedures governing committee participation.
  • Presentation and discussion with representative for the Department of Parks & Recreation on the proposed scope of work and preliminary design for a Capital project at Valentino Park & Pier in Red Hook.
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Port Authority of NY&NJ, Red Hook Container Terminal and Escape Music Festival organizer regarding an upcoming music festival event planned at the Red Hook Container Terminal, Pier 9A (roughly at Kane Street) for the weekend of Octoberober 11-12.

September 22

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses Committee Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
(Between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Agenda:
  • Orientation: Rules, regulations and procedures governing committee participation.
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Ring Ring Ring LLC at 359 Sackett Street (between Smith/Hoyt Streets).
  • Presentation and review of an alteration to a current on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of The Monro Pub, Inc. at 481 5th Avenue (between 11th/12th Streets).
  • Presentation and review of the modification of a unenclosed sidewalk cafe permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of Sotto Voce at 225 7th Avenue (between 3rd/4th Streets) to permit 8 tables and 18 seats.

September 25, 2014

Landmarks/Land Use Committee Meeting

Good Shepherd Services Family Reception Center
441 4th Avenue
(southeast corner of 9th Street)
Brooklyn NY 11215

Agenda:
  • Orientation: Rules, regulations and procedures governing committee participation.
  • Public Hearing on 1-37 12th Street (BSA Cal. No. 184-14-BZ)
  • Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on an application (BSA Cal. No. 184-14-BZ) submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals on behalf of Hamilton Plaza Associates to permit the operation of a Physical Culture Establishment on the third floor of the existing building (Gowanus Pathmark) at 1-37 12th Street (Block 1007, Lot 172), which is located within an M1-2 zoning district, pursuant to Section 73-36 of the Zoning Resolution.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a new lot line window opening at the side elevation of a rear extension at 492 1st Street (between 7th/8th Avenues), Park Slope Historic District.

October

October 1

Youth/Human Services/Education Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Orientation: Rules, regulations and procedures governing committee participation.
  • Presentation by representatives for the Brooklyn Public Library on the upcoming expansion of library service days + hours at branches throughout the borough, and general updates on branches throughout the district including Carroll Gardens, Pacific, Park Slope and Red Hook.

October 6, 6:30 PM

Executive/Budget Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation and review of proposed Fiscal Year 2016 Capital and Expense budget priorities.
  • Other business.

October 8

General Board Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
(between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
  • View meeting agenda
  • View meeting minutes

October 15

Parks/Recreation/Cultural Affairs Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation by representatives for the Brooklyn Public Library on the upcoming expansion of library service days + hours at branches throughout the borough, and general updates on branches throughout the district including Carroll Gardens, Pacific, Park Slope and Red Hook.

October 16

Transportation/Public Safety Committee Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
(Between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Agenda:
  • Introduction and discussion with Captain Frank DiGiacomo, our new Commanding Officer for the NYPD/78th Precinct.
  • Presentation and review of a proposal by the Department of Transportation to install a new on-street bicycle parking facility (bike corral) on Bergen Street (between 6th/Carlton Avenues), adjacent to the NYPD/78th Precinct at 65 6th Avenue.
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Department of Transportation on the department's ParkSMART pilot program currently in place along portions of Atlantic Avenue, Court Street and Smith Street.

October 22

Youth/Human Services/Education Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Commission on Public's Health System on a proposal to provide opportunities for community involvement in designing an improved, and more responsive health care delivery system.

October 23

Landmarks/Land Use Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the legalization of an installed sign at 105 Prospect Park West (between 5th/6th Streets), Park Slope Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a new 4-story residential building with commercial storefront at 112 Atlantic Avenue (southeast corner Atlantic Ave/Henry Street), Cobble Hill Historic District.

October 27, 6:30 PM

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses Committee Meeting

Old First Reformed Church
729 Carroll Street (lower hall)
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Agenda:
  • (Laid Over) Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of 228 Van Brunt Street (between Commerce/Delevan Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of 240 Flatbush Avenue (between Bergen Street/6th Avenue).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of 216 taco LLC at 216 Flatbush Avenue (between Bergen/Dean Streets).
  • (Laid Over) Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Ring Ring Ring LLC at 359 Sackett Street (between Smith/Hoyt Streets).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Choucroute LLC at 162 5th Avenue (between Douglass/DeGraw Streets).

November

November 10, 6:30 PM

Executive Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with Council Member Brad Lander on the preliminary findings of the "Bridging Gowanus" initiative, a democratic, public planning process to envision the future of the neighborhood.
  • Other business.

November 12

General Board Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
(Between Bergen & Dean Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
  • View November 12th Meeting Agenda
  • View Meeting Minutes

November 20, 6:30 PM

Transportation/Public Safety, Economic/Waterfront/Community Development & Housing, Youth Human Services & Education Committee Meeting

P.S. 58 Auditorium
330 Smith Street
(enter on Carroll Street)
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Agenda:
  • Review and discussion of information related to the Development of a New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision boroughwide parolee reporting center at 15 2nd Avenue (between 6th Street/Gowanus Canal).

November 24, 6:30 PM

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • (Continued) Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Ring Ring Ring LLC at 359 Sackett Street (between Smith/Hoyt Streets).
  • (Continued) Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of 228 Van Brunt Street LLC at 228 Van Brunt Street (between Commerce/Delevan Streets).
  • (Continued) Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of 240 Flatbush Avenue (between Bergen Street/6th Avenue).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Y.B.S. LLC at 326 Douglass Street (between 3rd/4th Avenues).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of BAM Hospitality LLC at 450 Dean Street (between 5th Avenue/Flatbush Avenue).
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Henri on Fifth at 279 5th Avenue (between 1st/2nd Streets).

December

December 3, 6:30 PM

Youth/Human Services & Education Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representative for the Department of Homeless Services on the Mayor's recent Emergency Declaration and Open-ended Request for Proposals process for reviewing and bringing new shelter bed capacity online. Presentation will also include an overview of the City's shelter system, prevention efforts and the Rental Assistance Program.

December 4, 6:30 PM

Landmarks/Land Use Committee Meeting

Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Agenda:
  • Public Hearing on 64 Degraw Street (BSA Cal. No. 219-14-BZ).
  • Public Hearing on 1-37 12th Street (BSA Cal. No. 184-14-BZ).
  • Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on an application (BSA Cal. No. 219-14-BZ) submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals on behalf of People 4 Parks LLC for a variance of Section 42-10 of the Zoning Resolution to allow the construction of a three-story, approximately 3,638 square foot, single-family residence with one parking space at 64 Degraw Street (Block 329, Lot 6), which is located within an M1-1 zoning district, pursuant to Section 72-21 of the Zoning Resolution.
  • Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on an application (BSA Cal. No. 184-14-BZ) submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals on behalf of Hamilton Plaza Associates to permit the operation of a Physical Culture Establishment on the third floor of the existing building (Gowanus Pathmark) at 1-37 12th Street (Block 1007, Lot 172), which is located within an M1-2 zoning district, pursuant to Section 73-36 of the Zoning Resolution.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a new 2-story (30-feet tall) commercial building to be erected at 178 Court Street (northwest corner Court/Congress Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the completion of a storefront with fenestration, detailing and awning at 349 Smith Street (between Carroll/2nd Streets), Carroll Gardens Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the construction of a rooftop shade pergola at 620 10th Street (between 7th/8th Avenues), Park Slope Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the addition of a 2-story rear yard extension with deck, new window openings at side elevation, and the demolition of an existing garage and replacement with carriage house at 355 President Street (northwest corner President/Hoyt Streets), Carroll Gardens Historic District.
  • Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the legalization window replacements at 454 14th Street (between 8th Avenue/Prospect Park West), Park Slope Historic District.

December 8, 6:30 PM

Executive Committee Meeting

John Jay Educational Campus
237 7th Avenue, Auditorium
(between 4th/5th Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Agenda:
  • Follow up presentation and discussion with representative for Council Member Brad Lander on the preliminary findings of the "Bridging Gowanus" final report.
  • Other business.

December 10, 6:30 PM

General Board Meeting

Brooklyn Borough Hall
209 Joralemon Street, Community Room
Brooklyn, NY 11201
  • View December 10th Meeting Agenda
  • View Meeting Minutes

December 11, 6:30 PM

Transportation/Public Safety Committee Meeting

SIMS Municipal Recycling
472 2nd Avenue
(enter on 29th Street)
Brooklyn, NY 11232

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Department of Transportation on a proposal to establish a Gowanus Greenway Connector on Hamilton Avenue between Smith Street and 29th Street in Sunset Park. (Note: This is a joint meeting of the Transportation Committees of Brooklyn CB 6 & 7.)

December 22, 6:30 PM

Environmental Protection/Permits & Licenses Committee Meeting

78th Police Precinct
65 6th Avenue, 4th floor Court Room
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Agenda:
  • Presentation and discussion with representatives for the Department of Environmental Protection on the upcoming planned construction of the first phase of Bioswales and Stormwater Greenstreets in the Gowanus Canal drainage area at various locations in Boerum Hill, Gowanus and Park Slope in CD6.
  • Presentation and review of a new on-premises liquor license application submitted to the State Liquor Authority on behalf of Red Hook Lobster Pound LLC at 284 Van Brunt Street (between Verona Street/Visitation Place).