Community Board 2 (CB2) will hold its monthly executive and education committee meetings next week, on Monday and Wednesday respectively. Both meetings are scheduled for 6:00 pm.

All committee meetings of Community Board 2 begin with the approval of the agenda and introduction of the committee officers. The meetings include the approval of the previous month’s meeting minutes, a chairperson’s report, other business and a community forum during which the public may speak.

Executive Committee Meeting

6:00 pm, Monday, October 22, 2018; EOS Lounge, 66 Rockwell Place at Fulton Street
Please note the non-standard location.

The exec’ committee will vote on (“For Executive Committee Action”), make a recommendation on (“For Executive Committee Recommendation”) or refer to the board (“For Board Action”) the items listed below. These items were previously considered by the committees as indicated.

New Business

Clean Heating and Cooling Community Campaign Proposal
For Executive Committee Action
For Recommendation to NYSERDA (New York State Energy Research and Development Authority)

Learn more about the state program

Haym Gross RA, Founding Member, NYC 2030 District Committee

Proposed Link NYC Kiosk, 200 Clinton Street at Atlantic Avenue
For Executive Committee Recommendation or Action
For Recommendation to the Department of Information Technology and Telecommuncation

Learn more about Link NYC

200clinton linknyc marked

The sidewalk in front of 200 Clinton Street, where a Link NYC kiosk is proposed for in front of the Mr. Right Barber Shop, is approximately 18 feet wide. If installed, the kiosk would be approximately 37 feet from the southern façade of the building.

Land Use Committee

“809 Atlantic Avenue Rezoning”
C 190071 ZMK, C 190072 ZSK, C 190073 ZSK, N 190074 ZRK

For Board Action
For Recommendation to Borough President Eric Adams, the City Planning Commission and the New York City Council

Download a January 9, 2018 presentation on the proposed building and overall project (PDF)

Application N 190120 CMK for the Third Renewal of Special Permit C 040181 ZSK,
to Allow an Unattended Public Parking Garage at Willoughby Square; Block 146, Lot 6

For Board Action
For Recommendation to the City Planning Commission

Read, “‘Moving in the right direction’: Willoughby Square Park project progressing with original developer,” in the Brooklyn Paper

LPC Certificate of Appropriateness Applications
For Executive Committee Action
For Recommendation to the Landmarks Preservation Commission

º     16 Court Street — Borough Hall Skyscraper Historic District — Application is to replace an existing sign cabinet with a new sign consisting of non-illuminated channel letters mounted on an aluminum panel, replace an illuminated beacon with a window vinyl beacon, and install a vinyl window sign listing the services offered.
º     29 Joralemon Street — Brooklyn Heights Historic District — Application is to construct in brick a full-width rear yard extension at the garden and parlor levels, with a terrace on top, to align with the two-story extension at an adjacent property, 31 Joralemon Street.
º     122 Montague Street — Brooklyn Heights Historic District — Application is to install a sign band above the entry doors and a bracket sign on the left (east) side of the building, remove the door trim on the entry door to the upper floors, construct new decorative cornice and pilasters around both entry doors, install awnings above the second floor windows, remove a non-historic fence, and install a new garbage can screen with a planter on top.
º     244 Adelphi Street — Fort Greene Historic District — Application is to demolish an existing rear deck and construct a full-height (four stories) rear yard extension of varying depth with a deck at the parlor floor, with stairs to the yard, and rooftop deck at the third floor. The replacement of the existing, non-historic and in violation front door with a new door to match the neighboring properties will be approved by LPC at staff level.
º     165 Columbia Heights — Brooklyn Heights Historic District — Application is to raise the elevation of the roof of the non-historic third floor, install a deck and parapet rail above the second floor, replace windows in all façades, and modify the paving in front of the building.

Transportation and Public Safety Committee

Proposal to Co-Name St. James Place, Between Gates Avenue and Fulton Street,
for Christopher Wallace aka The Notorious B.I.G. and Biggie Smalls

For Board Action
For Recommendation to the New York City Council

Conversion of Washington Street, between York and Front Streets (One Block),
from Two-Way Traffic to One-Way Southbound
For Executive Committee Action
For Recommendation to the Department of Transportation

Committees to Report

The economic development, parks and education committees will report on their meetings since the September 24, 2018 exec’ committee meeting.

Youth, Education and Cultural Affairs
Committee Meeting

6:00 pm, Wednesday, October 24, 2018; Recess, Brooklyn Law School, Feil Hall, Geraldo’s Cafe, 205 State Street (Court Street and Boerum Place)
Please note the non-standard meeting location

Deputy Superintendent Rachelle Klainberg, with the Division of Specialized Instruction and Student Support at the Department of Education, will brief the committee and guests on Community School District 75.
Read more about District 75

Weekly Look-Ahead

Community Board 2 will hold two monthly committee meetings next week at 6:00 pm, as follows.

Economic Development and Employment Committee meeting

6:00 pm, Tuesday, November 6, 2018; Long Island University, Health Sciences Building Room 107 (HS107), Flatbush and DeKalb avenues

Health, Environment and Social Services Committee meeting

6:00 pm, Wednesday, November 7, 2018; Brooklyn Hospital, Dining Room A, 121 DeKalb Avenue at St. Felix Street

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