2012-06-06 3 Barclays Arena construction workers SMOKING in Dean Street Children’s playground violate city law on smoking!!
Barclays Arena construction workers SMOKING on Dean Street Children’s playground violate city law on smoking on city property property!!!
A letter from Barclays Center attorney William Schrieber to Brooklyn Community Board 6 dated June 5 mentions a detail of the arena's plans for liquor sales that apparently has not been disclosed up to now: Barclays Center's four clubs will serve alcohol up to one hour after arena events end—as late as 2:00 AM.
Section 5 of Mr. Schrieber's letter states:
"For premium, limited access areas of the Arena such as the suites, clubs and the restaurant, alcohol service will continue until one hour after the end of NBA games and other events.
"Sales of alcoholic beverages for all public events at the Arena will end throughout the Arena, including the suites, clubs and the restaurant, no later than 2:00 a.m."
At an April 10 public meeting held at the 78th Precinct station house, representatives from Barclays Center maintained that liquor sales would end at the beginning of the fourth quarter of NBA games. No exception for the arena clubs was stated. Officials from Forest City Ratner Companies, when asked about liquor sales during public meetings, have likewise maintained that sales would end at the beginning of the fourth quarter. FCRC tends to frame discussions of arena operations in terms of NBA games, even though such games make up less than 20% of the 220 events expected to take place at Barclays Center each year.
2012-06-04 Interloping Barclays Arena construction workers not allowed but is in children’s side of Dean Street playground
Renewed complaints from local residents that adults (Barclays Arena construction workers) without children interloping in children’s Dean Street playground, sign's #1 rule prohibit's ADULT's except in company of children.
2012-06-02 Hazardous placement of light pole on public Vanderbilt Ave stored on sidewalk next to block 1129
Hazardous placement of light pole on Vanderbilt Ave stored on sidewalk within feet of pedestrians walking; pedestrians at night may not be able to notice the downed light pole & wooden palette because there is not enough light.
2012-06-02 Barclays Arena construction debris blown into neighborhood vendor is Carlisle coating & waterproofing wrapper
Last Night was yet another great example of crazy loud noise well past 11:00 p.m. We called the emergency number and of course, the noise only continued. This morning by 7:00 a.m. the walls and floors were already shaking which brings me to another story...
2012-06-01 Barclays Arena contractors continue parking on sidewalk & destroying/damaging curbs on public Pacific St
Continued Barclays Arena contractors/LIRR & motorcycles parking on sidewalks & destroying/damaging (see attached picture) the curbs on public Pacific St SW corner @ 6th Ave makes it dangerous for pedestrians walking, when ANY vehicles park @ the corner and directly on the sidewalks pedestrians must cross before the crosswalk to avoid traffic. AGAIN the blue pickup truck (owned by Laquila #66151-KA NYS) is parked there most days & motorcycles. Who pays for this repair?
2012-06-01 Barclays Arena vendors continue to use residential streets & not official staging area
Note a reason for all Barclays Arena trucks are avoiding the official staging area & using not official NYCDOT truck routes (Pacific St bet Vanderbilt Ave & Carlton) is the staging area if full of all the stuff that had to have been removed from block 1129 to construct the car park. (1st 2 pictures)
The guard flagger must direct truck to navigate left turn @ Carlton Ave onto Pacific St.
2012-06-01 Dust from Barclays Arena car park block 1129 no misting/watering while dust drifts into residential neighborhood
Dust from Barclays Arena car park block 1129 no misting/watering while dust drifts into residential neighborhood, dust also coming from the corner of NE corner of Carlton Ave & Pacific St. (note the amount of dust on car) 311 said to contact the contractor.
2012-05-31 Continued on slot of of Barclays Arena dump trucks illegally using residential Bergen St (not using NYCDOT truck rout
The EDC has the power to ban and/or fine FCR and these trucking companies, if they are issuing fines them, then fining them is ineffective or why when will the ESD start fining or banning them. Why should the NYDP be asked by the ESD to use police resources until the ESD has exhausted all means available to them? Continued on slot of Barclays Arena dump trucks illegally using residential Bergen St and not using NYCDOT truck routes again reported & brought to the attention of the 78th precinct during the 2012-05-29 meeting.