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Tribeca Citizen | Community Board 1 meetings for December

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After Dec. 21, Community Board members, applicants and public members *may* be required to attend in person. If they do return to an in-person meeting format, the public is still encouraged to use WebEx and follow the meetings virtually here.

So until further notice, meetings are still here online and are recorded and posted to the board’s YouTube page. You can also find documents and draft resolutions here. As always, contact the board at [email protected] My comments in caps.

12/6 Street Fair Task Force – 5:30p
1. Renewal of Street Fair Task Force 2023-2024 – Resolution
2. Report by Mardi Gras Productions on 2022 events and upcoming 2023 events
3. Renewal Mardi Gras Productions contact for 2023 – Resolution
4. Upcoming meeting dates – Discussion

12/6 Transportation & Street Permits Committee – 6p
1. Last Mile Logistics – Discussion & Resolution
2. Co Naming Task Force: Community Support – Discussion
3. Car Share in Curb Lanes in Community District 1 – Discussion

12/7 Battery Park City Committee – 6p
1. CB 1 Position on Joint Purpose Fund Priorities – Discussion & Resolution (Postponed to January 2023)
2. CB 1 Comment on the Draft Scope for the North/West Battery Park City Resiliency Project – Presentation by Nicholas Sbordone, Vice President of Communications & Public Affairs, Battery Park City Authority – Discussion & Resolution* *Members of the Environmental Protection Committee are strongly urged to attend for item #2. THIS IS THE REBUILDING OF ROCKFELLER PARK

12/8 Landmarks & Preservation Committee – 6p
1. Agenda to be determined

12/12 Land Use, Zoning & Economic Development Committee – 6p
1. Preview of the Zero Carbon Text Amendment – Presentation by the Department of City Planning

12/13 Youth & Education Committee – 6p
1. Agenda to be determined

12/14 Licensing & Permits Committee – 6p

Seaport/Civic Center area
1. Pier 15, d/b/a Cones Cafe and Watermark Bar & Lounge, P15 LLC application for a alteration of license to move existing bar from inside of establishment to the outside – Resolution

The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, temporary retail permits, renewal of sidewalk café permits, and recurring street closure permits:
● 212 Front street, application for a renewal liquor license for Osteria Del Porto Inc. d/b/a Osteria Del Porto

Tribeca area
1. 353 Greenwich Street/19 Harris Street, Maryann’s 353 Mex inc. d/b/a Zona Tribeca Mezcaleria application for a corporate change – Resolution
2. 253 Church Street, TK Tribeca LLC dba Tara Kitchen, application for a liquor license and temporary permit – Resolution THIS IS THE MOROCCAN RESTAURANT COMING OUT OF ALBANY
3. 222 West Broadway aka 6 Varick Street, Stafili Tribeca Inc., application for a full liquor license – Resolution THIS WAS TERRA UNTIL JUST RECENTLY… AND MY GUESS IS THIS IS A SECOND LOCATION FOR THE WINE BAR IN THE VILLAGE

The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, temporary retail permits, renewal of sidewalk café permits, and recurring street closure permits:
● 134 Reade Street , application for a renewal liquor license for Forge Restaurant LLC. d/b/a Marc Forgione
● 329 Greenwich Street, application for a wine beer cider, renewal liquor license for EAD Entertainment LLC dba Muse Paintbar
● 295 Greenwich Street, application for a wine beer cider, renewal liquor license for Tribeca Baked Goods Corp dba Gee Whiz Diner
● 134 West Broadway, application for a renewal liquor license for WB Cafe Inc. d/b/a Max Restaurant

Financial District area
1. 30 Broad Street, Serafina To Go 30 Broad LLC d/b/a Serafina Express 30, application for a class change food a liquor license –Resolution
2. 161-169 Water Street, Happier Spaces in the WSA Building (formerly known as AIG Building) proposal to submit several liquor licenses applications for cafes and gallery spaces on various floors in the upcoming months – Presentation

The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, temporary retail permits, renewal of sidewalk café permits, and recurring street closure permits:
● 123 Washington Street, application for a renewal liquor license for 123 W. Hospitality Group Ltd. d/b/a Skinos Mediterranean Cuisine.

12/15 Public Meeting United State Army Corp of Engineers NY/NJ Harbor Tributaries Study (USACE NY/NJ HATS)
2 to 4p and 6to 8p
Location: Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House 1 Bowling Green – Sessions will be in the Auditorium THIS IS A CRAZY PROPOSAL TO PUT A HUGE WALL ALONG WEST STREET TO KEEP THE WATER OUT. I AM NOT KIDDING. STAY TUNED FOR A POST ON THIS.

12/15 Quality of Life & Service Delivery Committee – 6p
1. DDC/Street Reconstruction Updates – Discussion I HAVE UPDATES ON GREENWICH AND WEST BROADWAY ON THE SITE NOW
a. Ongoing Project – Front Street
b. Ongoing Project – Greenwich Street
c. Ongoing Project – West Broadway
d. Upcoming Project: Vesey Street
e. Upcoming Project: Nassau Street
f. Ongoing Dismantling: Borough Based Jails/Manhattan Detention Complex
g. EDC: Ongoing Project: Water Street Reconstruction

12/19 Environmental Protection Committee – 6p
1. United State Army Corp of Engineers NY/NJ Harbor Tributaries Study (USACE NY/NJ HATS) – Presentation and Discussion SEE ABOVE
2. Resiliency Principles for lower Manhattan – Discussion & Possible Resolution

12/20 Waterfront, Parks & Cultural Committee – 6p
1. Hudson River Park Quarterly Update – Robert Atterbury, Executive Vice President, Park Relationships & Programs
○ New Pier 26 Science Play Area THE GROUNDBREAKING IS NEXT WEEK…
○ Estuarium Progress THE PARK HAS CHOSEN AN ARCHITECT —

12/20 Executive Committee – 7p
1. Continuation of the CB 1 Trust for Governors Island Climate Center RFP Debrief – Discussion & Possible Resolution
2. Committee reports

12/21 CB 1 Monthly Meeting – 6p

12/26 Office Closed – Christmas Observed

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