WEPS News Feed
After more than a month, a roster of Elected Officials, dozens of statements in support of the appeals from advocacy groups, block associations and neighbors, the BSA denied the appeals against the DOB that questioned issuing the permits for this building on Sept...
On September 10th, the NYC Board of Standards and Appeals will continue the hearing for 50 West 66th St, Manhattan. A decision is expected. Check the BSA for times & agenda.
The BSA is hoping to put 50 W 66th St back on the agenda on Sept 10th. There should be a determination by then.
The Board of Standards and Appeals is set to hear 50 West 66th St on August 6th. Session starts at 10am. Check before you go, agenda is subject to change. 22 Reade Street, Spector Hall, NY, NY
MBP Gale Brewer to hold public hearing on zoning loopholes on Thursday evening, July 11. Department of City Planning will be present. 6:30-8:30pm at One Centre Street, 19th floor. Speakers: 3 minutes and please bring written testimony to submit for the record....
Board of Standards and Appeals will hold a June 25 public hearing on 200 Amsterdam Avenue. Location: 22 Reade St, Spector Hall.
NYC Council voted to approve the Department of City Planning Commission's proposal with a modification. They reduced the height limit of mechanical voids back to the originally proposed 25' before it will count as FAR.
In town this weekend? Take a stroll on Broadway (72nd-86th) and find WEPS between 78th -79th Sts. Let us know what troubles you in our historic districts and what you love about living here. See you then!.
The Subcommittee on Zoning and Franchises voted to approve the DPC's residential mechanical voids amendments with modifications. They reduced the void height to the originally proposed 25' before it will count towards the height limits of buildings. This is expected...
Thank you to the WEPS members & everyone else attending this morning's rally at City Hall. The sun was shining, finally, and it was a great day to stand with NY'ers who were brought together on this issue by ASM Rosenthal & NYS Sen Jackson. Onward.