Tuesday, October 30, 2012

CB11 to vote on Huang project

From the Times Ledger:

Community Board 11 will vote during its November meeting on whether or not a controversial developer can finish four homes currently being constructed in Bayside, the board said.

According to CB 11 officials, the board will vote Nov. 5 following a public on whether or not to grant a variance to Tommy Huang, ultimately allowing him to complete properties being built at 39-39 223rd St. and 39-01, 39-15 and 39-19 Mia Drive near the Cross Island Parkway in Bayside.

The properties have been mostly finished and the developer has asked for a variance to complete the work.

The community board’s East Flushing/North Bayside Committee, chaired by Christine Haider, has advised against the variance’s approval, citing violations at the property, according to District Manager Susan Seinfeld.

In past discussions with the developer concerning the Bayside properties, CB 11 officials have spoken out against Huang, citing his history as reasons why he should not be building in the community.

The violations date as far back as 2004 and stem from accusations of unsafe working conditions, according to the DOB.


Anonymous said...

So what...their vote is purely advisory anyway!
WTF do we need community boards for?

Anonymous said...

If it weren't for that valiant lady's lawsuits...Huang would have already gotten his blessing to finish the job from CB#11...the "country club of the bored".

Hey Jerry Iannece...wadda ya got to say?