Manhattan Community Board 8 (CB8M):
… represents the Upper East Side of Manhattan and Roosevelt Island. CB8M
is comprised of 50 volunteer members who serve as advocates and service
coordinators for the community and its residents, as well as help citizens
resolve municipal service delivery complaints.
CB8M reviews and makes recommendations on various issues, including
applications for Zoning Text Amendments, building variances and special
permits, liquor licenses, sidewalk cafes and street fairs, changes to
landmarked buildings or buildings in historic districts, traffic and
transportation issues, and more.
Today’s deadline to submit your application to join CB 8
TODAY is the deadline to submit your application to join your local Community Board!
Submit your application by 5 PM to Manhattan Borough President @MarkLevineNYC‘s Office at the link below.
Make a difference in your local community! https://t.co/7TMiYFEq8A pic.twitter.com/k7zcLAfVwn
— Community Board 8 M (@CB8M) March 1, 2022
was extended to March 15.
The Manhattan Community Board application deadline has been extended to March 15th! Take the chance to represent your community by submitting your application to the Office of @MarkLevineNYC at: https://t.co/FWxDj3qRej
— Julie Menin (@JulieMenin) March 2, 2022
Community Board 8 includes a Roosevelt Island committee. Among the Agenda Items
during the February 17, 2022 Roosevelt Island committee meeting was a Capital Projects presentation by Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC) Assistant Director of Capital Planning Prince Shah.
Click here to view the RIOC presentation.
Recently, there has developed some confusion, even controversy, about who best represents the interests of the Roosevelt Island community between the Roosevelt Island Residents Association (RIRA) Common Council (members elected by the residents of their buildings) and the CB 8 Roosevelt Island Committee (members appointed by the Manhattan Borough President).
More to come on this subject.