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Regular Monthly Meeting

Posted on: www.cb14brooklyn.com

Title: Regular Monthly Meeting
Start Date: 2010-06-14
***WRITE AFTER HERE***

MONDAY, JUNE 14, 2010
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
BROOKLYN COMMUNITY BOARD 14
PUBLIC SCHOOL 249
CATON AVENUE & MARLBOROUGH ROAD
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
7:30 PM

Please Note: There will be no public discussion on any matter on which a public hearing was previously held

A G E N D A

1. CALL TO ORDER
2. MINUTES
3. DISTRICT MANAGER’S REPORT
4. CHAIRMAN’S REPORT:

    a) Recommendation – Special Permit – BSA# 64-10-BZ – 1253 East 29th Street
    b) Recommendation – Special Permit – BSA# 87-10-BZ – 1333 East 24th Street
    c) Recommendation – Special Permit – BSA# 88-10-BZ – 1327 East 21st Street
    d) Recommendation – Partial Closure of Albemarle Road at Coney Island Avenue
    e) Committee of the Whole: The board’s position with respect to meetings as well as public hearing requirements on issues and/or actions which may require a vote during the summer months is to hold these items over to September. The board will convene during the months of July and August should there be an item that requires a vote. Therefore, it is recommended that the board vote on a resolution empowering a “Committee of the Whole” to take action on behalf of the full board. This enables the board to satisfy its quorum requirement during the summer months.

    5TOPICAL COMMITTEES – REPORTS AND ITEMS:

    a) Public Safety
    b) Transportation
    c) Human Services
    d) Education, Libraries and Cultural Affairs
    e) Community Environment
    f)  Youth Services

    6. SPECIAL COMMITTEES – REPORTS AND ITEMS:

    g) Attendance Committee
    h) Task Force on the Revitalization of the Junction Area
    i)  Legal/By-Laws Committee

    7.  PUBLIC SESSION
    8.  ADJOURNMENT

    Topics: CB14 Calendar