COMMUNITY BOARD TO REVIEW 72ND STREET CHANGES & CRAFTS FAIR ON MONDAY

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Community Board 7 has a packed agenda on Monday, with votes planned on changes to the intersection at 72nd street and Riverside Drive, and the Columbus Avenue crafts fair, among others. Also on the agenda are changes to the Adventure Playground at 67th street, a couple of liquor licenses, historic preservation items and questions about the construction of a nursing home next to PS 163.

Read our coverage of the plan for 72nd street here and check out the full agenda below. (If you’re going to the meeting, let us know if you want to write about it for West Side Rag.)

Monday, June 2, 2014, 6:30 PM
Fordham University,
113 West 60th Street (Columbus Avenue)

Proposed Agenda Subject to Change

Approval of minutes from previous full board meeting

Chair’s Report: Elizabeth Caputo

Community Session – We welcome all members of our community (residents, businesses, CBOs) who would like to speak on issues of interest to them.  Please limit remarks to one minute and, if possible, provide a written copy for the record.

Manhattan Borough President’s Report: Diana Howard

Reports by Legislators

Business Session
Parks & Environment Committee
Klari Neuwelt, Chairperson
Resolutions Re:
1.    Central Park. Central Park Conservancy updated proposal to rehabilitate the West 67th Street Adventure Playground.
2.    Crafts Fair on Columbus Avenue.  Possible request for proposals by the Department of Parks & Recreation for a crafts fair on Columbus Avenue between West 77th and 81st Streets.

Preservation Committee
Jay Adolf and Gabrielle Palitz, Co-Chairpersons
Resolutions Re:
3.    498 West End Avenue (West 84th Street.)  Application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for modifications to the building entry to make it ADA-accessible and for a rooftop addition.
4.    49 West 92nd Street (Central Park West – Columbus Avenue.) Application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a rooftop addition, rear additions on the basement, first and second floor, and replacement of windows on the front and rear façades.
5.    21 West 95th Street (Central Park West – Columbus Avenue.) Application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for rooftop and rear-yard additions.
6.    230 West 103rd Street (Broadway), The Marseilles.  Application to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the installation of awnings over the entranceways to Cure Care and Belmarc Realty.

Transportation Committee
Andrew Albert and Dan Zweig, Co-Chairpersons
Resolution Re:
7.    NYC Department of Transportation proposed pedestrian safety improvements on Riverside Drive and West 72nd Street.

Youth, Education & Libraries Committee
Eric Shuffler and Blanche Lawton, Co-Chairpersons
Resolution Re:
8.    PS 163 concerns about the Jewish Home Lifecare project on West 97th Street and call for DOE to get them answers and help address their concerns.

Business & Consumer Issues Committee
Michele Parker and George Zeppenfeldt-Cestero, Co-Chairpersons
Resolutions Re:
9.    Applications to the SLA for two-year liquor licenses:
•    2758 Broadway (West 106th Street) Daddo Bogich (Entity to be formed), d/b/a To be Determined.
•    2588 Broadway (West 98th Street.) Tripti USA Inc., d/b/a AWADH.
Enclosed Café Renewal
10.    240 Columbus Avenue (West 71st Street.) Renewal application #1397232-DCA/#N 130378 ECM to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Café Tallulah, LLC, d/b/a Café Tullulah, for a two-year consent to operate an enclosed sidewalk café with 12 tables and 40 seats.
11.    Unenclosed Sidewalk Café Renewal Applications:
       •    349 Amsterdam Avenue (West 77th Street.) New application #4492-2014-ASWC to the Department of Consumer Affairs by BT Restaurant Enterprises LLC, d/b/a Tessa, for a two-year consent to operate an   unenclosed sidewalk café with 8 tables and 15 seats.
•    2518 Broadway (West 94th Street.) Renewal application #1353701-DCA to the Department of Consumer Affairs by 94 Corner Café Corp, d/b/a 94 Corner Café, for a two-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 4 tables and 16 seats.
•    433 Amsterdam Avenue (West 80th-81st Streets.) Renewal application #1027125-DCA to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Haru Amsterdam Avenue Corp., d/b/a Haru, for a two-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 7 tables and 22 seats.
•    450 Amsterdam Avenue (West 81st-82nd Streets.) Renewal application #1341925-DCA to the Department of Consumer Affairs by D&D Thai Restaurant Corp., d/b/a Land Thai Kitchen, for a two-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 5 tables and 11 seats.
•    650 Amsterdam Avenue (West 91st-92nd Streets.) Renewal application #1352255-DCA to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Olivia Ava Corp., d/b/a Edgar’s for a two-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 6 tables and 12 seats.
•    245 West 104th Street (Broadway-West End Avenue.) Renewal application #1187714-DCA to the Department of Consumer Affairs by Broadway 104, LLC, d/b/a Café du Soleil for a two-year consent to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with 18 tables and 36 seats.

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    1. Steve says:

      I really hope the CB votes in favor of the curb extensions.

      It takes me a while to cross streets, I LIKE have these things at big wide intersections like 72nd street.