Board Agendas


DATE:           Tuesday, October 24, 2017
TIME:           6:00 PM

LOCATION:  Gibney Dance 
                     53A Chambers Street
                     (Photo ID is required to enter building)
                      Please notify CB1 two days in advance, if wheelchair access is required.

 A G E N D A

I. Public Hearing 

A) Community Board 1 Capital and Expense Budget Requests for FY 2019

II. Public Session
Comments by members of the public (6 PM – 7 PM)
(1-2 minutes per speaker)

III.  Special Guest Speaker

Commissioner Julie Menin of the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment

IV.  Business Session

A) Adoption of  September 2017 minutes
B) Treasurer’s Report – J. Kopel
C) Chairperson’s Report – A. Notaro, Jr.

V.  Committee Reports

A) Executive Committee - A. Notaro, Jr.

1) Request in support of the Manhattan Borough President’s recommendation on Int. 799A Commercial rent tax and Int. 1472 affordable supermarket commercial rent tax – Resolution
2) District Needs Statement and Budget Requests for FY2019 – Resolution
3) Report on Committee Structure Re-assessment process

B) Personnel Committee - R. Byrom

1) Update on District Manager Position
2) David Sheldon for public membership on Waterfront, Parks & Resiliency Committee – Report

C) Quality of Life & Service Delivery Committee - P. Moore

1) Citibank Building Construction – Report
2) South Street Seaport noise issues  – Report
3) 53 Beach Street – Report

D) Battery Park City Committee - T. Meltzer

1) Emergency Life Rings along the esplanade – Report
2) Community Group use of BPCA Community Space at AG – Report
3) Allied Universal Ambassadors – Report
4) Battery Park City Authority – Report

E) Licensing & Permits Committee - J. Ehrlich

1) Appointment of additional members to the Spring Studios Community Advisory Committee – Report

Battery Park City area

1) 225 Liberty Street, application for class change from wine and beer to liquor for Tartinery Liberty LLC d/b/a Tartinery – Resolution 

Tribeca area

1) 39 Avenue of the Americas, application for hotel liquor license for the Hilton Garden Inn Tribeca – Resolution

Seaport/Civic Center area

1) 19 Fulton Street, application for restaurant liquor license for TB Fulton 2 LLC d/b/a Clinton Hall – Resolution

Financial District area

1) 78 South Street, application for sightseeing vessel liquor license for Hornblower New York LLC d/b/a Great Point – Resolution

F) Waterfront, Parks and Resiliency Committee - P. Goldstein

1) Peck Slip Town Hall – Resolution
2) Release of the Fishes – Report
3) Bogardus Plaza Reconstruction – Report
4) NYC 2030 – Report
5) Pier 17 – Report

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

1) Park Row Access and Connections – Report

H) Youth & Education Committee - T. Joyce

1) Traffic and Parking Issues Related to After School Programs – Resolution
2) Harbor School Expansion – Report
3) Enrollment Registers – Report
4) Peck Slip Play Street Safety Issues – Report

I) Landmarks & Preservation Committee - B. Ehrmann

1) 137 Duane Street, application for alteration of windows, doors and installation of louvers – Resolution
2) 33 Peck Slip, application for minor revisions to approved façade restoration plan – Resolution
3) 53-55 Beach Street, application for ADA compliant wheelchair lift – Resolution

J) Human, Veterans & Senior Services Sub-Committee - F. Curtis

1) PARC Program, Pace University’s Active Retirement Center – Report
2) Review of topics discussed to prioritize moving forward – Report
3) Sub Committee structure linking with Quality of Life Committee – Report

K) Housing Sub-Committee - T. Goodkind

1) Important Housing Issues in CB1 area – Report
2) Status of Stabilization and Affordable Housing inventories – Report

VI.  Old Business

VII.  New Business

VIII.  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
At all meetings, additional items may be raised as "New Business."