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Rescheduled to June 2--State Licenses and Permits (formerly Public Safety & Quality of Life)

Wednesday, June 1st, 2022, at 6:00pm
Thursday June 2 via Zoom

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Nick Athanail, Chair
Craig Slutzkin, Vice Chair

This meeting has been moved to THURSDAY, JUNE 2ND, AT 6:00PM, where the committee will hear an application for a liquor license in Bryant Park with CB5's Parks & Public Spaces Committee. 

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Joint Parks & Public Spaces and State Licenses & Permits

Thursday, June 2nd, 2022, at 6:00pm
Video Conference

All CB5 meetings are being held via Zoom. You must register to attend and can then participate and comment at the meeting. Meetings are also recorded on YouTube and you can view or livestream meetings on our YouTube Channel. Live feeds of zoom meetings are available for broadcasting upon request

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Clayton Smith, Parks & Public Spaces, Chair
Craig Slutzkin, Parks & Public Spaces, Vice-Chair

Nick Athanail, State Licenses & Permits, Chair                                                                                                                                    Craig Slutzkin, State Licenses & Permits, Vice-Chair

Joint Committee Agenda--6:00pm

  • Liquor license application from Stout Markets Inc. at Bryant Park, 42 West 42nd Street. The applicant is seeking a new liquor license for an outdoor bar in the park with planned operating hours of 4pm-11pm every day with entertainment level live and recorded music.

Parks & Public Spaces Agenda--immediately following Joint Committee Agenda

  • An application from Visit New Jersey for an event in Herald Square Park on June 21st-June 23rd as a part of their "Boost Your Mood" campaign
  • Madison Square Park Conservancy presentation with updates on a public art installation and repaving park pathways 
  • Madison Square Park Conservancy application, in association with Yves Saint Laurent, for a marketing event in Madison Square Park from June 9th-12th 
  • Application from 34th St Partnership, in association with XL Event, for an inflatable bounce house concession to run for 12 weeks in Greeley Square

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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Tuesday, June 7th, 2022, at 5:00pm
via Zoom

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Vikki Barbero, Chair                                                                                                                                                                                      Nick Athanail, 1st Vice-Chair

Agenda:

  • Review Full Board Agenda
  • New Business

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Public Hearing and FULL BOARD Meeting

Thursday, June 9th, 2022, at 6:00pm
Zoom

 

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Public Hearing 
Nick Athanail, 1st Vice-Chair 

The public is encouraged to attend and comment on a Hearing Agenda topic, 2 min per speaker. 

Agenda:  

  • Proposal to adopt a resolution authorizing Community Board Five to
    hold public hearings and public meetings utilizing videoconferencing in compliance with amendments to the New York State Open Meetings Law.
  • Renovation of North Meadow in Central Park to include public restrooms and recreation courts.
  • Theatre Subdistrict Fund Contribution, a City Planning Commission proposal to raise the contribution rate with the transfer of development rights within the Theatre Subdistrict.
  • 1221 6th Avenue application for two open air cafes on the West 49th st frontage of a public plaza. 
  • S8422, New York State legislation to authorize payments for long term mental health stays.
  • Stout Markets liquor license application for an outdoor bar in Bryant Park with live and recorded music and operating everyday 4pm-11pm.
  • VISIT NJ event in Herald Square Park, June 21-23.
  • Yves Saint Laurent marketing event in Madison Square Park June 9-12th.
  • XL Event application for an Inflatable Bounce House Concession in Greeley Square for 12 weeks.
  • Any other issue pertinent to the CB5 district.

 

Full Board Meeting                                                                                                                                                                                          Vikki Barbero, Chair                                                                                                                                                                                      

 Agenda: in progress

  • Elected's Reports
  • Business Session
    • Board Election
    • Adoption of May 2022 Minutes
    • Chair's Report - Vikki Barbero
    • Committee of the Whole 

      • Proposal to adopt a resolution authorizing Community Board Five to hold public hearings and public meetings utilizing videoconferencing in compliance with amendments to the New York State Open Meetings Law
  • Committee Reports    

           Land Use, Housing and Zoning Committee

  • 1221 6th Avenue, application by 1221 Avenue Holdings LLC (the “Applicant”), for a certification by the Chairperson of the City Planning Commission, pursuant to Sections 37-624 and 37-73(c) of the Zoning Resolution, to allow for two open air cafés on the West 49th Street frontage of a public plaza.
  • Theatre Subdistrict Fund Contribution, a City Planning Commission proposal to raise rates for the transfer of development rights within the Theatre Subdistrict.
  • CB5 Recommendations to Dept of Transportation on their Open Restaurants Program.

        Landmarks Committee

  • Renovation to the North Meadow Center in Central Park to include the park operations facility for the north end of the park, public restrooms and recreation courts.

          Joint Parks & Public Spaces and State License & Permits Committee

  • Liquor license application from Stout Markets Inc. at Bryant Park, 42 West 42nd Street. The applicant is seeking a new liquor license for an outdoor bar in the park with planned operating hours of 4pm-11pm every day with entertainment level live and recorded music.

        Parks & Public Spaces

  • Application from 34th St Partnership, in association with XL Event, for an inflatable bounce house concession to run for 12 weeks in Greeley Square
  • An application from Visit New Jersey for an event in Herald Square Park on June 21st-June 23rd as a part of their "Boost Your Mood" campaign
  • Madison Square Park Conservancy application, in association with Yves Saint Laurent, for a marketing event in Madison Square Park from June 9th-12th              

       Budget, Education and City Services Committee

  • Community Board Five supports Senate Bill S8422 in relation to Medicaid funding for in-patient mental health treatment via federal waiver.

 

  • Public Session - Members of the public are welcome to speak to the Board on a topic relevant to the CB5 community. Speaking time is 2 min. per speaker.

 

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Landmarks

Tuesday, June 21st, 2022, at 6:00pm
Video Conference

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Layla Law-Gisiko, Chair                                                                                                                                                                                Maki Thomas Livesay, Vice-Chair

Agenda

  • 1 Central Park South, Plaza Hotel, application for restorative work on the façade.
  • 230 Park Avenue, application to amend the existing storefront and signage master plan to allow for restorative storefront installations, additional entrances and accessible ramps, and new signage at the walkways. 
  • New Business.

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Land Use, Housing & Zoning

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022, at 6:00pm
Video Conference

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Layla Law-Gisiko, Chair                                                                                                                                                                                Aaron Ford, Vice-Chair

Agenda

  • 160 West 45th Street aka 1514-1530 Broadway, Discover NY Project Company LLC to construct, maintain and use an Overhead Building Projection (pedestal and railing above marquee sign to be used for a visitors standing area accessible from the building to view the street) above and over the south sidewalk of West 45th Street, east of Broadway.
  • 110 East 16th Street, application by EAST 16TH STREET OWNER LLC for First renewal of a private application for two special permits: the first (C180263ZSM) is pursuant to Section 74-711 to modify bulk regulations and establish a continuing maintenance program for an LPC-designated individual landmark; and pursuant to Section 13-451 to permit additional parking spaces (C180264ZSM). This will facilitate a new 21-story mixed-use building at 110 East 16th Street in Community District Five, Manhattan.
  • New Business.

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Transportation & Environment

Thursday, June 23rd, 2022, at 6:00pm
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* Please note new date due to Juneteenth holiday

 

CB5 meetings are currently being held via Zoom. Please stay tuned for updated information on a potential hybrid meeting format. You must register to attend and can then participate and comment at the meeting. Meetings are also recorded on YouTube and you can view or livestream meetings on our YouTube Channel. Live feeds of zoom meetings are available for broadcasting upon request

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EJ Kalafarski, Chair
Sam Levy, Vice Chair

Agenda:

  • Presentation by Department of Design and Construction (DDC) on 7th avenue water main project to run from 34th-14th streets.
  • Presentation by MTA on 14th Street Subway  Accessibility Upgrade Project (elevator installations) at 6th and 7th avenue locations on 14th St.
  • An application for a Hotel No Standing Zone at 25 West 28th St for the Ritz-Carlton Nomad Hotel.
  • Update from DOT on Broadway Vision Plan from 25th-32nd Streets.
  • New Business

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Parks & Public Spaces

Monday, June 27th, 2022, at 6:00pm
Video Conference

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Clayton Smith, Chair
Craig Slutzkin, Vice Chair

Agenda

  • An application from Great Wolf Lodge to screen a short film in Bryant Park on August 14th. 
  • New Business. 

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Budget, Education & City Services

Tuesday, June 28th, 2022, at 6:00pm
Video Conference

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Renee Kinsella, Chair
Julie Chou, Vice Chair

Agenda

  • Update from Office of Manhattan District Attorney on their plan to address concerns raised by Manhattan Small Business Alliance.
  • Community process for input to the FY23 city budget  and district needs statement.
  • New Business.

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State Licenses and Permits (formerly Public Safety & Quality of Life)

Wednesday, June 29th, 2022, at 6:00pm
Video Conference

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Nick Athanail, Chair
Craig Slutzkin, Vice Chair

Agenda

  • A new liquor license application from 200 Enterprises Inc., doing business as Roxy Delicatessen, at 200 West 54th St. They seek operating hours from 7am--1am, Sunday--Thursday, and 7am--2am, Friday--Saturday, with recorded music and occasional, live jazz music, all at a background level.
  • A liquor license renewal application from Sixth Avenue Restaurant Management LLC and LT Hospitality Management Inc., at 839--851 6th Ave., doing business as "The Vine" and "Second." The committee will review their use of an outdoor plaza space on the first floor and an outdoor terrace space on the second floor. 
  • New Business

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