Board Agendas


DATE:  Tuesday, March 26, 2019
TIME:   6:00 PM
PLACE: Manhattan Youth
             120 Warren Street
             (Photo ID is required to enter building)


I. Public Session

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

II.  Business Session

A) Adoption of February 2019 minutes
B) District Manager’s Report – L. Reynolds
C) Chairperson’s Report – A. Notaro, Jr.

III. Committee Reports

A) Executive Committee - A. Notaro, Jr.

1) Strategy for future environmental actions – Report
2) Member Participation & Parliamentary Procedure – Report
3) 2019 Goals and 2018 accomplishments – Report
B) Transportation & Street Activity Permits Committee - A. Notaro, Jr.

1) Congestion pricing – Resolution
2) Street Co-Naming Task Force – Report 

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

1) 250 Water Street Brownfield Cleanup Program application – Resolution
2) Borough Based Jail System Plan & Manhattan Detention Complex – Report
3) Supertalls – Report

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

1) East River Esplanade parking under the FDR Drive current and future use – Resolution
2) Hudson River Park – Report
3) Governors Island ball fields – Report
4) Future of the New Market Building site – Report

E) Youth & Education Committee - T. Joyce

1) Request for additional crossing guards or traffic agents at Chambers Street for PS 289 – Resolution
2) Eye to Eye Mentorship Program – Report
3) Request for SCA/DOE to acquire the 14th floor of 60 Broad Street for Millennium High School, without adding capacity – Report
4) Follow up with DOE/SCA regarding the Safety concerns in the lobby at 81 New Street and finding a new entrance for charter school – Report

F) Landmarks & Preservation Committee - R. Byrom

1) 77 White Street, application to replace deteriorated sidewalk vault – Resolution
2) 105-107 Reade Street, (Block 145, Lot 18) application for restoration and metal glass rooftop addition to existing 5-story building constructed in 1860-1861 – Resolution

G) Battery Park City Committee - T. Meltzer

1) Museum of Jewish Heritage and Upcoming Museum Events – Report
2) Ruth Ohman Memorial – Report
3) Warren Street Traffic Control Request – Report
4) Crosswalks in North Battery Park City – Report
5) Allied Universal Report, Update on SPO – Report
6) BPCA Report with Security Updates – Report

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

1) Sidewalk Shed and Scaffolding Reform – Report
2) 1st Precinct, Sector C Build The Block – Report

I) Environmental Protection Committee - A. Blank

1) Clean Air Campaign – Report
2) Mayor’s Office of Sustainability – Report

J) Licensing & Permits Committee - J.  Ehrlich

Seaport/Civic Center area

1) 89 South Street, application for liquor license for Pier 17 GR Restaurant LLC d/b/a TBD – Resolution

Financial District area

1) 65 Broadway, application for liquor license for 74 Parsons Corp d/b/a Pending TBD – Resolution

Tribeca area

1) 241 West Broadway, application for alteration of liquor license for a sidewalk cafe for White Walker LLC d/b/a Frenchette – Resolution
2) 385-387 Broadway, application for liquor license for HC Downtown Inc. d/b/a High Court – Resolution
3) 429 Greenwich Street, application for liquor license for Paisley Restaurant LLC d/b/a Paisley – Resolution

IV.  Old Business

V.  New Business

VI.  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."