Here’s What’s Happening at Community Board 3 in July

Rendering of Pier 42 park.

Rendering of Pier 42 park.

Here’s a look at some of the topics Community Board 3 will be discussing in July. CB3 just posted the agendas for this month’s committee meetings.

On Thursday, July 12, the city’s Economic Development Corp. will present the latest plans for a new recreational area in-the-works at Pier 42. At a meeting of the parks committee, they’ll show off the schematic designs for a playground that will be part of the large park near Montgomery Street.

On Tuesday, July 17 the land use committee will review a revised application from the developers of the hotel at the Jarmulowsky Bank Building. According to the agenda, they’re “request(ing) a special permit to modify height and setback requirements to construct a roof deck, chair lift, and stairs on the roof of a 13-story Landmarks Preservation Commission-designated building.”

On Tuesday, July 10, the transportation committee will continue its deliberations regarding next year’s L Train shutdown.

On Wednesday, July 9, the Economic Development Committee will resume its discussion about whether to support the Small Business Jobs Survival Act, which is finally supposed to get a hearing at the City Council.

The State Liquor Authority Committee will meet on July 9 and July 16 to review liquor license applications (more on this later).

You can see the full agendas, including meeting times and locations here.