Community Boards 2, 6 To Review Barclays Center Liquor License

April 5, 2012 Brooklyn Eagle Staff
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Joint Meeting Planned April 10

PROSPECT HEIGHTS — Community Boards 2 and 6 have both received the statutorily required 30-day notice stating that Levy Premium Foodservice LP and Brooklyn Events Center LLC intend to apply for an on-premises liquor license for the Barclays Center, which straddles the boundary between the two community boards.

The two boards will, therefore, conduct a joint meeting on Tuesday, April 10, to hear a presentation by representatives of the applicant and the arena operator with input from the New York Police Department and  review the application.
The joint meeting will be conducted by the Health, Environment and Social Services Committee of CB 2 and the Permits and Licenses Committee of CB 6.

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The meeting, set to begin at 6:30 pm, will take place in the auditorium of the 78th Precinct, 65 Sixth Ave., between Bergen and Dean streets. Although not a public hearing, the public will have the opportunity to ask questions and comment.
Ashley Cotton, a spokesperson for Barclays, told the Eagle, “This is a formal review process. We will meet with the community boards on April 10th to discuss the application and answer their questions.”

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