« COMMUNITY COMMENTARY: Full Security Study Needed Before Approval of Bollard Plan | Main | If Bruce Ratner Builds It: Forest City Files DOB Application for First Apartment Tower »

August 23, 2011

DOT extends deadline one month to comment on bollard plan; Rosner argues that security study needed before plan approval

Atlantic Yards Report

This morning, I reported that Community Boards 2 and 6, which cover the Community Districts where bollards would be placed around the Atlantic Yards arena and plaza, had not seen the bollard plan filed in July, because it had been mistakenly sent to Community Board 8.

Robert Perris, District Manager of Community Board 2, had expressed dismay, given that the deadline for comment was August 25, leaving the board's Land Use Committee without an opportunity to examine and perhaps comment on such a plan.

Today Perris reports that the Department of Transportation Office of Franchises, Concessions and Consents sent the petition for revocable consent and related drawings to CBs 2 and 6, with a September 22 deadline for comment.

article

Posted by eric at August 23, 2011 1:10 PM