Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Community Board 6 Land Use Committee Meeting Tomorrow

This Thursday, April 24, beginning at 6pm, at 250 Baltic Street, will be the land use committee meeting of CB6.On the agenda for that evening, is the Carroll Gardens "wide street" issue. Please come if you can and speak out in favor.

TO: MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL BOARD COMMITTE, MEMBERS OF THE LANDMARKS/LAND USE COMMITTE, ALL INTERESTED PARTIES

SUBJECT: LANDMARKS/LAND USE

DATE: THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2008

TIME: 6:00 PM

PLACE:
BROOKLYN COMMUNITY BOARD 6
250 BALTIC STREET
(COURT/CLINTON STREETS)
AUDITORIUM

A G E N D A

PUBLIC HEARING on 115 King Street/78 Sullivan Street (BSA Cal. No. 16-92-BZ).

Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on a variance application submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA Cal. No. 16-92-BZ) to permit the reinstatement of variances originally granted, an extension of the term of years pursuant to Zoning Resolution section 11-411, and the legalization of a change in use to warehouse, carpentry shop and furniture warehouse and business office with accessory parking in accordance with Zoning Resolution sections 11-413, 52-33 and 52.34, as well as a 278 square foot mezzanine for office use pursuant to Zoning Resolution section 11-412, for the property at 115 King Street aka 78 Sullivan Street (Block 556, Lot 15) between Van Brunt/Richards Streets.

Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for new front entrance door, rooftop alterations, front yard paving and other fa├žade alterations at 523 3rd Street, Park Slope Historic District.

Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for an alteration to the entrance steps and installation of handrails at 226-236 Kane Street, Kane Street Synagogue, Cobble Hill Historic District.

Presentation and review of a revised unenclosed sidewalk cafe permit application submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs on behalf of The Cherry Tree Corp. at 65 4th Avenue (between Bergen and St. Marks Places), to permit 10 tables and 24 seats.


Presentation and review of proposed Zoning Resolution Text Amendment (#N080345ZRK), known as the Carroll Gardens Places Text Amendment, submitted by the Department of City Planning that would define 1st Place, 2nd Place, 3rd Place and 4th Place between Henry Street and Smith Street; and 2nd Street, Carroll Street and President Street between Smith Street and Hoyt Street, in the Carroll Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn Community Board 6 as 'Narrow Streets' for zoning calculation purposes.

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