Full Board
Agenda:

Public Session

A. Pre-registered institutions, groups and individuals, 3 min each
B. Public Elected Officials
C. Borough President’s Report

Business Session

A. Roll Call – Secretary
B. Adoption of the Agenda
C. Approval of the Board Minutes
D. Chair’s Report
E. District Manager’s Report
F. Officer Reports
G. Committee Reports and Action Items

District Needs & Budget

Licenses & Permits

Liquor Licenses

1. 1569LEX LLC dba Au Jus Harlem. Application for a new wine, beer, & cider license for a restaurant located at 1569 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10029 (101st Street). The committee recommends that this application be approved (Motion by Diaz, seconded by Brija and passed).

2. Backthree Inc. dba Patsy’s Pizzeria. Application to renew a full liquor license #1289622 for a restaurant located at 2287 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10035 (118th Street). The committee recommends that this application be approved (Motion by Diaz, seconded by Ramirez and passed).

3. Colina Bar Corp. Application to renew a full liquor license # 1272267 for a restaurant located at 2263 second avenue, New York, NY 10035 (116th Street). The committee recommends that this application be approved (Motion by Brija, seconded by Ramirez and passed).

4. East Harlem Smokehouse Inc dba The London Irish Pub. Application to renew a full liquor license #1225032 for a restaurant located at 355 East 116th Street New York, NY 10029 (First Avenue). The committee recommends that this application be approved (Motion by Diaz, seconded by Brija and passed).

5. IL Gnocchi Restaurant Corp. dba II Gnocchi Restaurant. Application to renew a wine, beer, & cider license #1273722 for restaurant located at 118 E. 116th Street, Eas Storet, New York, NY 10029 (Lexington Avenue) The committee recommends that this application be denied (Motion by Brija, seconded by Diaz, opposed by Marcial and passed).

6. JMF Restaurant Corp. dba Judy’s Spanish Restaurant. Application for a corporate change wine, beer, & cider license #1297399 for a restaurant located at 1505 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10029 (98th Street). The committee recommends that this application be approved (Motion by Ramirez, seconded by Brija and passed).

7. La Guadalupe Restaurant Corp. New application for a wine, beer, & cider license for a restaurant located at 179 East 115th Street, New York, NY 10029 (Third Avenue). The committee recommends that this application be denied (Motion by Brija, seconded by Diaz and passed).

This item will be considered under New Business.

8. M N Business Group Inc dba Adar Lounge. Application to renew a full liquor license #1274006 for a restaurant located at 1637 Park Avenue Store C, New York, NY 10029 (116th Street). The committee recommends that this application be approved (Motion by Brija, seconded by Ramirez and passed).

9. 2312 Drexel Corp. dba Lighthouse Fishmarket. New application for a full liquor license for a restaurant located at 508-510 East 117th Street, New York, NY 10035 (Pleasant Avenue). The committee recommends that this application be approved (Motion by Diaz, seconded by Marcial and passed).

10. Ms Corner, Inc. New application for a full liquor license for a restaurant located at 2316 First Avenue, New York, NY 10035 (119th Street). The committee recommends that this application be approved (Motion made by Diaz, seconded by Marcial and passed).

11. Prime One 16 LLC. New application for full liquor license for a restaurant located at 2257 First Avenue, New York, NY 10029 (116th Street). The committee recommends that this application be denied (Motion made by Brija, seconded by Diaz and passed).

12. Restaurant San Cristobal, Corp. Application to renew a for wine, beer, and cider license #1271382 for a restaurant located at 339 East 108th Street, New York, NY 10029 (First Avenue). The committee recommends that this application be denied (Motion made by Brija, seconded by Ramirez and passed).

This item will be considered under New Business.

Street Activity Permits

13. Harvest Celebration #500397
Block Party
October 26, 2019 (set up 9:00am – breakdown 7:00 pm)
East 115th Street between Second Avenue and Third Avenue
Applicant: Sylvia Laureano
Sponsor: Manhattan Grace Tabernacle

The committee recommends that this application be approved (Motion made by Brija, seconded by Diaz and passed).

14. JungleGym 2019 #501986
Weekend Walk
November 16, 2019 (set up 8:00am – breakdown 4:30pm)
East 106th Street between Lexington Avenue and Second Avenue
Applicant: Mac Levine
Sponsor: NYCDOT Weekend Walks- Kyle Gorman

The committee recommends that this application be approved (Motion made by Brija, seconded by Marcial and passed).

Livery Base Station License

15. U.N.C Car & Limo Service. Application to renew livery base station license for a base located at 2319 First Avenue, New York, NY 10035.

The committee recommends that this application be approved (Motion by Brija, seconded by Ramirez and passed).

Land Use, Landmarks & Planning Committee

Environment, Open Space & Parks

Human Services

Public Safety & Transportation

Housing

Youth & Education

Economic Development & Culture

16. Motion by Marissa Mack to adopt a resolution in support of the proposed Monumental Women statue honoring leaders for women’s suffrage movement to be located on the Literary Walk in Central Park. The motion was seconded by Jenny Tromski and passed with one opposed (Brija) and two abstaining (Ramirez, Dawn Sanders).

WHEREAS, Monumental Women’s Statue Fund (The Statue Fund) is commissioning and endowing a monument in Central Park honoring Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, pioneers in the battle for Women’s Suffrage and the movement for women’s rights; and

WHEREAS, the creation of this monument representing real women will mark the first time in the 164-year history of Central Park that women’s contributions to this city, state and nation will be commemorated; and

WHEREAS, CB11 acknowledges the fundamental role of monuments as an educative function used to reflect an accurate depiction of the past; and

WHEREAS, CB11 acknowledges the fundamental role of monuments as an educative function used to reflect an accurate depiction of the past; and

WHEREAS, the NYC Parks Department and the Central Park Conservancy have approved the monument site on the Mall of Central Park; and

WHEREAS, the location will ensure that visitors to the site will have the opportunity to become more aware of the history that fully and fairly includes the important roles women have played; and

WHEREAS the site of the statue of the Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument is located on the northwest corner of Literary Walk, which forms the southern end of the Mall; and

WHEREAS the site has been selected in accordance with the dictates of the original designers, who identified two locations where commemorative sculptures will be sited in the park; entrances along the perimeter and the Mall; and

WHEREAS the monument will reflect the scale, footprint, and siting of the existing statues along the Mall; and

WHEREAS the proposed sculpture shall have no impact on the adjacent elm trees and shall not change the adjacent fence, paths, site furnishings or vegetation; and

WHEREAS public gatherings may be accommodated on the adjoin paths to the east and, as is consistent with access to other monuments along the Mall, access to the lawn in which the monument is sited will not be permitted; and

WHEREAS the Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument was proposed by and is commissioned and endowed by the Monumental Women’s Statue Fund. The Statue Fund is supported by a $500,000 New York Life Insurance Company Challenge Grant, $100,000 from Borough President Gale A. Brewer, and $35,000 from Council Member Helen Rosenthal; and

WHEREAS the monument is slated for a 2020 unveiling on the centennial of the ratification of the 19th amendment Women’s Equality Day August 26th, 2020; and

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Manhattan Community Board 11 supports the installation of this monument

Executive

17. Prime One 16 LLC. New application for a full liquor license for a restaurant located at 2257 First Avenue, New York, NY 10029 (116th Street). The committee recommends that this application be denied (Motion made by Brija, seconded by Diaz and passed).

This item was denied by the Licenses & Permits Committee because the applicant failed to submit the required supporting documents. The applicant was advised to submit all new documentation in order to be reconsidered by the Executive Committee. However, the applicant again failed to submit the required documentation.

Elections

H. Approval of Committee Reports
I. Old Business
J. New Business

1. La Guadalupe Restaurant Corp. New application for a wine, beer, & cider license for a restaurant located at 179 East 115th Street, New York, NY 10029 (Third Avenue).

This item was denied by the committee because the applicant failed to submit the required supporting documents. The applicant was advised to submit all new documentation in order to be reconsidered by the full board. The applicant has complied.

2. Restaurant San Cristobal, Corp. Application to renew a for wine, beer, and cider license #1271382 for a restaurant located at 339 East 108th Street, New York, NY 10029 (First Avenue)

This item was denied by the committee because the applicant failed to submit the required supporting documents. The applicant was advised to submit a copy of their public hearing notice in order to be reconsidered by the full board. The applicant has complied.

3. Vote to adopt Fiscal Year 2021 Statement of District Needs & Budget Requests

K. Announcements

1. The next CB11 Full Board meeting will be held on November 19, 2019 at 6:30 pm in the Henry J. Carter Specialty Hospital and Nursing Facility, 1752 Park Avenue (122nd Street).

L. Adjournment