As a reminder, the combined public hearing and Brooklyn Community Board 1 meeting is this Thursday (10/10) at the Swinging 60’s Senior Center (211 Ainslie St.) starting at 6 p.m.
According to the agenda available here, there will be a presentation regarding a proposed event space at the former home of Output (74 Wythe Ave.)., a presentation on development within the Greenpoint Historic District at 171 Calyer St., and up for consideration are 17 new liquor licenses and 31 liquor license renewals. Continue reading →
As a reminder, the combined public hearing and Brooklyn Community Board 1 meeting is tonight at the Swinging 60’s Senior Center (211 Ainslie St.) starting at 6 p.m.
According to the agenda available here, there are 43 new liquor license requests to be reviewed on top of the 62 liquor licenses up for renewal. Other topics scheduled for discussion include the fiscal year 2021 budget priorities and a presentation by the NYC Dept. of Transportation regarding improvements at the intersection od Wythe Avenue and anf the BQE exit ramp. Here is the full agenda: Continue reading →
The purchase of a $26,000 Toyota SUV by the executive committee of Brooklyn Community Board 1 resulted in multiple community members speaking out at Tuesday’s public meeting against the board’s largest expense outside of payroll, the NY Post reports.
Approximately a dozen people spoke out on Tuesday against the purchase of the SUV which is used by CB1 manager of more than 40 years Gerald Esposito, who lives a few blocks from the SUV’s city designated parking spot, the NY Post reports: Continue reading →