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Canceled:
Transportation/Environment

Monday, February 22nd, 2010, at 6:00pm
McBurney YMCA
125 West 14th St.

Tom Miller, Chair
Joel Maxman, Vice Chair

Agenda:  MEETING CANCELLED!!

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Land Use & Zoning

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010, at 6:00pm
NOTE: NEW LOCATION!!
First Alliance Church
127 West 26th St., 2nd Floor
Buzz #3003
 

Kevin Finnegan, Chair
Matthew Schneid, Vice Chair 

 Agenda:

  • The applicants, 401 Commercial LP and 401 Hotel REIT LLC, propose to redevelop the current site of the Hotel Pennsylvania on Seventh Ave b/t 32nd & 33rd Sts, across from Penn Station, with a new commercial office building - a redevelopment project known as 15 Penn Plaza.  Hotel Pennsylvania would be demolished.  Two options are being proposed - a Single-Tenant Office Scenario and a Multi-Tenant Office Scenario.  As proposed, the single tenant scenario would be over 1,200 feet tall, making it the third tallest building in NYC.  The multi-tenant tower would be slightly smaller. 

The zoning actions required in order to construct the building are:

1)      A subway improvement bonus which includes the construction of new entrances on 7th Avenue and the opening up of the passageway (the Gimbel's Tunnel) between the 7th and 6th Avenue lines

2)      An up-zoning of the midblock between 7th & 6th Avenues (from a C6-4.5 to a C6-6) 

Click here to link to the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for this project

  • Brief update on the Moynihan Station project from Kate McDonough

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Housing, Human Services & Youth

Thursday, February 25th, 2010, at 6:00pm
Board Office, 450 Seventh Ave, #2109, at 34th St.

Robyn Hatcher, Chair
Magda Aboufadl, Vice Chair

DATE CHANGE!

 Agenda:

  • Presentation by Planned Parenthood re: Increasing access to sex education for every New York City student.
  • Phil Jones, Senior Associate, Community Organizing & Constituent Services, Office of the Public Advocate, discusses: How Community Boards can play a role in the Public Advocate's new initiative to inform and organize our communities.

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Parks

Monday, March 1st, 2010, at 6:00pm
Madison Green
5 East 22nd St., 30th fl.

Joe Hagelman, Chair
Sharon Connolly, Vice Chair

Agenda:

  • Presentation by Bryant Park Corp of their ideas for a new project in the park 
  • Madison Sq Conservancy presentation of their 2010 public art schedule
  • Mobile movie theatre showing 8 min. "Breaking Bad" highlights, Union Sq, March 18, 10a-8p
  • "Kiss Your Fiancee Day" kissing booth, Duffy Sq, March 20, 11a-1p
  • Live Music Performance, Union Square, May 22 and Aug 7, Union Sq, 1-5p
  • Union Square Partnership Summer in the Square and Harvest in the Square, various dates June-Sept.
  • Clarins Longest Kiss Contest, product launch, Union Sq, Sept 3, 9a-5p
  • Viewing Party for 2010 NFL season launch, Duffy Sq, Sept 12, 1-7p

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Landmarks

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010, at 6:00pm
First Alliance Church
127 West 26th St.
buzzer #3003

Howard Mendes, Chair
Edward Klimerman, Vice Chair

Agenda:

  • 873 Broadway, Ladies Mile Historic District,application to install electrical sidewalk vault.
  • 888 Broadway, Ladies Mile Historic District,application to install electrical sidewalk vault.

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Public Safety & Quality of Life

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010, at 6:00pm
First Alliance Church
127 West 26th St.
buzzer #3003

Nicholas Athanail, Chair
Asa Somers, Vice Chair

Agenda:

  • 55 West 21st, The Yard - application for a liquor license renewal
  • 33-39 East 21st, CDR Acquisitions  - application for a new liquor license 
  • 1186 Broadway, 1186 Broadway LLC/Friedfield Breslin LLC - application for an alteration to an existing liquor license

Denials due to Non-compliance

  • 32 West 32nd -  Manhattan Ding Dang Dong Music Studio
  • 10 West 32nd - Sun & Moon Ventures Corp.
  • 727 7th Ave. - 727 Restaurant Inc.

 

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Joint Consents & Variances and Parks

Thursday, March 4th, 2010, at 6:00pm
SGI-USA New York Culture Center
7 East 15th Street

 Layla Law-Gisiko and Joe Hagelmann, Joint Chairs

 Agenda:

  • Big Apple Barbecue Block Party, on Madison Ave, between 23rd and 26th Streets, on Saturday, June 12 and Sunday, June 13

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Consents & Variances

Thursday, March 4th, 2010, at 6:15pm
SGI-USA NY Culture Center
7 East 15th St.

Layla Law-Gisiko, Chair
Kyu Kim, Vice Chair

Agenda:

MADISON AVENUE STREET FAIRS

  • The March of Dimes, on Madison Avenue, between 23rd and 26th Streets, on Sunday, April 26

BROADWAY STREET FAIRS

  • Union Square Community Coalition, Broadway, between17th and 23rd Streets, on Sunday, April 11 (Clearview Festival)
  • The Manhattan Republican Club, on Broadway, between 17th and 23rd Streets, on Saturday, October 23 (Mardi Gras Festival)
  • NY Young Republican Club, on Broadway, between 47th and 57th Streets, on Saturday, June 19 (Mardi Gras Festival)
  • The Motion Picture Club, on Broadway, between 47th Street and 57th Street, on Sunday, July 18 (Clearview Festival)
  • Congress of Racial Equality, on Broadway, between 47th and 57th Street, on Saturday, July 31(Mardi Gras Festival)
  • Big Apple Performing Arts, on Broadway, between 47th and 57th Streets, on Saturday, August 29 (Mardi Gras Festival)
  • Gramercy Stuyvesant Independent Democrats, Broadway, between 17th and 23rd Streets, on Sunday, November 7 (Clearview Festival)

 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS/6TH AVENUE STREET FAIRS

  • McBurney YMCA, 6th Avenue, between 14th and 23rd Streets, on Saturday, July 3 (Clearview Festival)
  • 23rd Street Association, on 6th Avenue, between 14th and 23rd Streets on Saturday, August 14 (Clearview Festival)
  • Brazilian American Cultural Center Inc., on Avenue of the Americas, between 42nd and 56th Street, on 46th Street, between Madison and 5th and 46th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues on Sunday, September 5 (Mardi Gras Festival)
  • St. Ceciles Scholarship Fund, 6th Avenue, between 14th and 23rd Streets, on Saturday, August 14 (Clearview Festival)
  • Ancient Order of Hibernians, on Avenue of the Americas, between 42nd and 56th Streets, on Saturday, August 21(Mardi Gras Festival)
  • Midtown South Community Council, on 6th Avenue, between 32nd and 42nd Streets, on Sunday, October 31 (Mardi Gras Festival)

 PARK AVENUE/PARK AVENUE SOUTH FAIR

  • 14th Street-Union Square LDC, on Park Avenue South, between 17 and 23rd Streets, on Saturday, July 10 (Mardi Gras Festival)

 

MISCELLANEOUS STREET FAIRS

  • Manhattan Explorers Club, 45th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues, on Sunday, April 18 (Mardi Gras Festival)
  • Earth Day New York, on Vanderbilt Avenue, between 42nd and 45th Streets, on Friday and Saturday, April 18-19
  • Kidney Urology Foundation, on Lexington Ave, between 34th and 42nd Streets, on Saturday, June 5 (Clearview Festival)
  • United War Veterans Council of NY, Inc. on 56th Street, between Madison and 6th Avenues, on November 11
  • Church of Scientology, on 46th Street, bet. Broadway and 8th Avenues, Sunday, June 27 (Mardi Gras Festival)
  • St. George Assoc., Inc. (NYPD), on 45th Street, bet. 5th and 7th Avenues, on Saturday, November 13 and Sunday, November 14 (Mardi Gras Festival)
  • 47th Street Block Association, on 8th Avenue, between 42nd and 57th Street, on Sunday, September 19 (Mardi Gras Festival)
  • Midtown North Community Council, on 8th Avenue, between 42nd and 57th Streets, on Sunday, October 10 (Mardi Gras Festival)
  • World Heritage Cultural Center, Central Park South and 59th Street, on Saturday, June 5, 2010 (New)
  • San Lorenzo Ruiz/Filipino Apostolate (St. Patrick Cathedral), on 51st Street, between Madison and 5th Aves, on Sunday, September 19 (New)
  • The Pinwheel Group Inc., block party on 16th Street, between 5th & 6th Avenues, on Sunday, October 3. (New)

Newsstand Applications:

  • #1342402, SEC West 56th Street and 6th Avenue

Unenclosed Sidewalk Café Applications:

  • 900 7th Avenue, Cieli Partners LP, d/b/a Trottoria Dell'Arte, application for an unenclosed sidewalk café with 7 tables and 28 seats.
  • 39 East 19th Street, Copel 2007 Inc., application for an unenclosed sidewalk café with 3 tables and 6 seats.

Physical Culture Establishment Application:

  • 50 East 42nd Street, Fifty East Forty-Second Company, LLC d/b/a Lucille Roberts, application to operate a physical cultural establishment in the cellar and a portion of the first floor.

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Executive Committee

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010, at 12:00pm
Board Office
450 7th Ave. @ 34th St.
Suite 2109

Vikki Barbero, Chair

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Full Board Meeting

Thursday, March 11th, 2010, at 6:00pm
First Alliance Church
127 West 26th St.
buzzer 3oo3

Vikki Barbero, Chairing

 

Public Session begins at 6p

  • Members of the public are encouraged to speak
  • Speakers Cards are accepted until 6:30p.

Business Session

  • Chair's Report (Vikki Barbero)
  • Adoption of last month's Minutes

Committee Reports

Old Business/New Business

 

Preliminary Meeting Agenda

 

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