From the Oct. 24, 2 p.m., Committee on Jobs, Wages, and Workforce Development Hearing. Order for a hearing regarding a biannual review of the Boston Employment Commission and Boston Residents Jobs Policy. The chair of the Committee is Councilor Frank Baker and the Sponsors are Councilors Lydia Edwards and Kim Janey.
From the Oct. 23 License Board hearing, City Hall:
•PB Husky, LLC; D/B/A: Playa Bowls, 277 HUNTINGTON Ave., Fenway. Has applied for a Common Victualler License to be exercised on the above – 1 floor Unit with kitchen and restaurant area. Manager: Hung Lam. Hours of Operation: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
•CPF COPLEY LESSEE LLC; D/B/A: COPLEY SQUARE HOTEL; 47-51 HUNTINGTON Ave., Back Bay. Holder of an Innholder All Alcoholic Beverages License has petitioned to transfer the license from the above – To: 47 Huntington Manager, LLC d/b/a Copley Square Hotel (at the same location). Edward Donovan, Manager. 2 a.m. Closing Hour.
From the Oct. 24 License Board One-Day Amendments, 10 a.m., City Hall Rm. 809A:
•Northeastern University d/b/a Northeastern University, 238 St. Botolph St., Boston. have applied for a one day amendment to extend the premises to the area behind the basketball hoop on the east side of the building for the following dates November 8, 16; December 4, 7; January 2, 4, 9, 23, 25; February 13, 15, 27 and March 1 for the Men’s basketball games between the hours of 2- 11 p.m.
From the Oct. 24 Public Improvement Commission, 10 a.m., City Hall Rm. 801:
•175 Ipswich Street, Lansdowne Street; Boston Proper – Pedestrian Easement, Specific Repairs, Projection License, Earth Retention License – On a set of petitions by 175 Ipswich Street LLC
•18 Newbury Street, Public Alley no. 438; Boston Proper – Specific Repairs – On a petition by Concepts International I LLC
From the Oct. 24 Non-Common Victualler Hearing, City Hall Rm. 809a, 10 a.m.:
Little Miss Cupcake, Inc., 250 Newbury Street, Back Bay. Described as kitchen, office supply/storage closet, storage(dry) for food and seating. Outdoor patio on private property with 12 seats. Patio to close at 10 p.m. To be managed by Taylor Stump, between the hours of 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
From the Oct. 24 South End Landmarks Commission Sub-Committee, City Hall Rm. 709, 5 p.m.:
•1767 Washington Street (Alexandra Hotel) Proposed Work: Continuation of the approval for the restoration of the existing hotel with a tower addition at the rear and side of the existing structure.
From the Oct. 28 Parks & Recreation Commission, 1010 Mass. Ave, 10 a.m.:
•Vote to approve 212 Stuart Street in Bay Village, adjacent to Statler Park.
•Vote to approve 1241 Boylston Street in Fenway, adjacent to the Fens.
From the Oct. 29 Zoning Board of Appeal meeting, City Hall Rm. 801, 9:30 a.m.:
•416 Beacon Street, Back Bay. Applicant: Beta Nu House Corpration
Purpose: Interior and exterior renovations of a 4-story brick rowhouse. Proposed work includes repairs to exterior masonry, window replacement and energy efficiency upgrades, renovations to kitchen and bathrooms and reconfiguration of bedrooms with accessibility upgrades. Current use is R-2 Fraternity.
From the Oct. 30 Flammable Storage License meeting, 1010 Mass. Ave, 10 a.m.:
•370-380 Harrison Ave. 180 Vehicles parking garage 3,600 gallons of gas in the tanks of 180 vehicles.
• 29 Commonwealth Ave.: 9 vehicle parking garage 180 gallons of gas in the tanks of vehicles. 29 Hexagon LLC.