Thursday, September 22, 2011

DOT sets hearing on bollard plan for arena block: Oct. 5 at 2 pm

The bollard plan for the Atlantic Yards arena block will be the subject of a standard public hearing--which also will address three other "revocable consents"--held by the New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) on Wednesday, 10/5/11.

The hearing will be held at 55 Water Street, 7th Floor, Room 707, beginning at 2 pm. "Revocable consents," which grant permission to install structures on city property, typically start for a term of ten years.

The announcement (from notice embedded below):
In the matter of a proposed revocable consent authorizing Brooklyn Events Center, LLC to construct, maintain and use security bollards, concrete security wall with fence and benches on the south sidewalk of Atlantic Avenue, and north sidewalk of Flatbush Avenue, in the Borough of Brooklyn. The proposed revocable consent is for a term of ten years from the date of approval by the Mayor to June 30, 2022.

There shall be no compensation required for this revocable consent

the maintenance of a security deposit in the sum of $66,300 and the filing of an insurance policy in the minimum amount of $250,000/$1,000,000 for bodily injury and property damage for each ccurrence in the aggregate amount of $100,000.
DOT Hearing on Bollards

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