Full Board Agenda

Monday, October 3, 2022 at 6:30 PM

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Proposed Agenda

Chair's Report, Andrew Rigie (10 minutes estimated)

District Manager's Report, Maxwell Vandervliet (10 minutes estimated)

Approval of minutes from previous full board meeting (5 minutes estimated)

Election of Board Officers for 2022-2023 (25 minutes estimated)
Joshua Cohen, Chairperson of the Elections Committee

Business Session
Steering Committee, Roberta Semer (20 minutes estimated)
Resolution Re:

  1. Expense Budget Priorities for FY 2024.
  2. Capital Budget Priorities for FY 2024.
  3. Top Three Pressing Issues for District Needs Statement.

Parks & Environment Committee, Barbara Adler and Natasha Kazmi, Co-Chairpersons
Resolution Re: (10 minutes estimated)

  1. Request by the Department of Parks & Recreation for the proposed redesign of Anibal Aviles Playground.

Transportation Committee, Andrew Albert and Howard Yaruss, Co-Chairpersons

Joint with Public Safety Task Force, William Ortiz and Polly Spain, Co-Chairpersons
Resolution Re: (15 minutes estimated)

  1. Requesting the MTA consider replacing safety rails at the 72nd and 96th Street Broadway MTA stations.

Transportation Committee.

  1. 20-30 West End Avenue, Abraham Joshua Heschel School (West 60th – 61st) Petition form for a new revocable consent to the Department of Transportation by Abraham Joshua Heschel School to construct, maintain and use security bollards around the permitter of a school.
  2. 68 West 83rd Street (Columbus Avenue.) Petition form EIN#095-74-6532 for a new revocable consent to the Department of Transportation by Caroline H Van Scheltinga to construct, maintain and use a proposed fenced-in area including planters and steps.
  3. Secondary Street Renaming, "Monkey's Way". Request by the Neighbors of the Manhattan Valley to name secondarily West 108th Street and Amsterdam Avenue on the northeast corner in honor of Rafael Delgado a/k/a Monkey.

Preservation Committee, K Karpen and Michele Parker, Co-Chairpersons
Resolution Re: (10 minutes estimated)

  1. 231 & 233 West 74th Street (West End Avenue – Broadway) Application #LPC-22-02413 to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a Certificate of Appropriateness for façade reconstruction incident to the reconstruction of the collapsing party wall supporting both structures.
  2. 2211 Broadway, TheApthorp (West 78th – 79th) Application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission to replace an existing concrete stair on the north elevation of the building with a new granite stair.

Business & Consumer Issues Committee, Linda Alexander and Christian Cordova, Co-Chairpersons
Resolution Re: (15 minutes estimated)

  1. 2624-2626 Broadway(West 99th) New application to the SLA for two-year liquor license by Metrocinema 1, LLC d/b/a To be determined.
  2. New and Temporary Retail Permit application:
  • 320 Columbus Avenue (West 75th) New and Temporary Retail Permit application to the SLA for a two-year liquor license by Columbus Avenue Hospitality, LLC d/b/a TBD.
  • 635 Amsterdam Avenue (West 91st) New and Temporary Retail Permit application to the SLA for a two-year liquor license by Miah Management, Inc. d/b/a Cibo NY.
  • 768 Amsterdam Avenue (West 97th – 98th) New and Temporary Retail Permit application to the SLA for a two-year liquor license by Rincon Mexicano, Inc. d/b/a Pico De Gallo Bar & Kitchen.

Class Change

  1. 2130 Broadway (West 74th -75th Streets) Class change application to the SLA for a two-year liquor license by KDK, LLC d/b/a Viand Café Restaurant.

Alteration

  1. 49 West 64th Street (Broadway – Central Park West.) Alteration application to the SLA for a two-year liquor license by 49W64 Restaurant LLC & Monte Carlo Hospitality Group, LLC d/b/a Atlantic Grill.

Community Session (Estimated start 8:30 pm)

We welcome all members of our community (residents, businesses, CBOs) who would like to speak on issues of interest to them.  Members of the community are granted one minute for remarks, and we will also accept a written copy for the record.

Manhattan Borough President's Report, Erik Cuello

Reports by Elected Officials

Reports by Elected Officials' Representatives (One-minute remarks)