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Archive for May, 2018

CB14 Annual Reception

Tuesday, May 29th, 2018

The community is invited to join Brooklyn Community Board 14 for our Annual Reception to welcome our new Community Board members and recognize the excellence of our public servants and community leaders. Refreshments will be served.

Please join us on
Thursday, June 21st, 6-9 PM

at the CB14 District Office (810 E. 16 St., Brooklyn.)

Click Here to view event flyer.
RSVP: info@cb14brooklyn.com or 718-859-6357.

June 2018 Meetings

For the June 2018 meetings calendar and agenda, please click on the links below.

CB14 Meeting Calendar – June 2018

CB14 Meeting Agendas – June 2018

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CB14 Nonprofit Roundtable

Monday, May 14th, 2018

Representatives of nonprofit organizations working in Brooklyn Community District 14 are invited to attend CB14′s annual Nonprofit Roundtable. The event will be held on Wednesday, May 16th at Touro College (1602 Avenue J, Brooklyn 11230) beginning at 10:30 AM. Please RSVP to 718-859-6357 or info@cb14brooklyn.com if you or a representative from your nonprofit organization wishes to attend.

CB14 Nonprofit Roundtable

Thursday, April 26th, 2018

Representatives from nonprofit organizations working in Brooklyn Community District 14 are invited to attend a Nonprofit Roundtable at the CB14 District Office to share and discuss district programs and services, as well as recent successes and challenges. This event provides an opportunity to get to know representatives from our diverse nonprofit community, various city agencies & elected officials offices and to share where your organizations might be able to support one another either through collaboration or referrals or resource sharing or simply camaraderie.

If you represent a CB14 Nonprofit Organization, City Agency or Elected Official’s office, please join us for a Nonprofit Organization Roundtable on:
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
11:00 AM – 1 PM
(Doors open at 10:30 AM for light refreshments.)
Touro College
1602 Avenue J, Brooklyn, NY 11230

We are fortunate here in Flatbush and Midwood to have so many great organizations providing valuable programs and services to our diverse community members. That we have services for aging residents, homeowners, small business owners, immigrant communities, women, those searching for work, those with affordable housing needs, social services needs, education support and after-school and other youth programs, environmental programs and much more all work together to make the fabric of our community stronger and all the more vibrant. Please RSVP by calling the CB14 District Office at 718-859-6357 if you plan to attend this event. We hope to see you on Wednesday, May 16th!

Community Environment Committee Meeting

Thursday, April 26th, 2018

DATE: Monday, May 21, 2018, 7:00 PM
LOCATION: CB14 District Office (810 East 16th Street, Brooklyn 11230)

AGENDA
1. Presentation on NYC Organics Collection Program – Nicholas Circharo, NYC Department of Sanitation
2. Final Presentation on CB14 Green Project – Oded Holzinger, Community Planning Fellow, Fund for the City of New York
3. Presentation on M1 Hotels Text Amendment – Hayley Todd, NYC Department of City Planning
4. Other business

Public Hearings (6)

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

DATE: Wednesday, May 9, 2018, 6:30 PM
LOCATION: Community Board 14 District Office (810 East 16th Street, Brooklyn 11230)

If a hearing exceeds its allotted time, the following hearing will begin immediately after. All materials for public hearings are available for review at the Community Board 14 office.

SPECIAL PERMITS: Applications for Special Permits have been filed with the Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA), pursuant to Zoning Resolution of the City of New York §73-622, to enlarge a single or two-family detached or semi-detached residence within the designated R-2 district bounded by Avenue I, Nostrand Avenue, Kings Highway, Avenue O and Ocean Avenue in Community Board 14 in the Borough of Brooklyn.

6:30 PM – 1238 East 26th Street, between Avenue L and Avenue M, Block 7643, Lot 60, BSA# 2018-10-BZ – Applicant’s Representative: Richard Lobel, 212-725-2727

6:40 PM – 1249 East 23rd Street, between Avenue L and Avenue M, Block 7641, Lot 23, BSA# 2018-39-BZ – Applicant’s Representative: Lyra J. Altman, 212-452-4284

6:50 PM – 2801 Avenue M, between East 28th Street and East 29th Street, Block 7646, Lot 7, BSA# 2018-20-BZ – Applicant’s Representative: Jay Goldstein, 646-535-3771

7:00 PM – 1482 East 26th Street, between Avenue N and Avenue O, Block 7679, Lot 87, BSA# 2018-36-BZ – Applicant’s Representative: Jay Goldstein, 646-535-3771

7:10 PM – 1238 East 29th Street, between Avenue L and Avenue M, Block 7646, Lot 60, BSA# 2018 – 41-BZ – Applicant’s Representative: Jay Goldstein, 646-535-3771

POTENTIAL COMMUNITY RESIDENCE: In compliance with Section 41:34 of the New York State Mental Hygiene Law, HeartShare Human Services of New York and the New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) have submitted an application for a Potential Community Residence to be located at 83 East 18th Street, Apts. 1A, 2A, 2B, between Church Avenue and Tennis Court within Community District 14.

These apartments aka Individualized Residential Alternatives will be home to eleven (11) adult females, with developmental disabilities. These individuals are people from the local community who are in need of a new home. Each person living in the residence will attend six hours of program at a sheltered workshop or a day habilitation program each weekday. There will be supervisory and residential staff on duty 24 hours a day at the residence with recreational activities and programs planned for evenings and weekends. The New York State OPWDD will license this residential program as a Community Residence for the Developmentally Disabled.

7:20 PM – 83 East 18th Street, Apts. 1A, 2A, 2B, between Church Avenue and Tennis Court. Residence Sponsor: Linda Tempel, Executive Director, HeartShare Human Services of New York, 718-422-4200

If you would like to testify at any of these public hearings, please pre-register for speaking time by calling the District office at 718-859-6357 or you may register to speak on the evening of the hearing on May 9th. Speakers who register in advance will be given priority on the speaking schedule.

Human Services Committee Meeting

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

DATE: Monday, May 7, 2018, 7:00 PM
LOCATION: CB14 District Office (810 East 16th Street, Brooklyn 11230)

AGENDA
1. Thrive NYC Programs and Services – Gagandeep Kaur, Thrive NYC
2. Nonprofit Roundtable Planning Discussion
3. Other business

May General Board Meeting

Thursday, September 1st, 2016

Date: Monday, May 14, 2018; 7:30 PM

Location: Edward R. Murrow High School (1600 Avenue L, Brooklyn, NY 11230)

AGENDA

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. MINUTES

3. DISTRICT MANAGER’S REPORT

4. CHAIRMAN’S REPORT:
a) Recommendation: Special Permit – 1238 E. 26 St. (BSA# 2018-10-BZ)
b) Recommendation: Special Permit – 1249 E. 23 St. (BSA# 2018-39-BZ)
c) Recommendation: Special Permit – 2801 Ave. M (BSA#2018-20-BZ)
d) Recommendation: Special Permit – 1482 E. 26 St. (BSA#2018-36-BZ)
e) Recommendation: Special Permit – 1238 E. 29 St. (BSA#2018-41-BZ)
f) Potential Community Residence – 83 E. 18 St., Apts. 1A, 2A, 2B

5. TOPICAL COMMITTEES – REPORTS AND ITEMS:
a) Human Services
b) Youth Services
c) Public Safety
d) Transportation
e) Community Environment
f) Education, Libraries and Cultural Affairs

6. PUBLIC SESSION

7. ADJOURNMENT