City Planning commission OKs plan to make outdoor dining permanent

The City Planning Commission on Monday voted unanimously in favor of a text amendment that clears the way for outdoor dining to become a permanent part of the city’s life, although the measure must still be approved by the City Council and finally Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Formally speaking, the text amendment would remove “sidewalk cafes” from a zoning resolution.

An outdoor dining tent at the Heights Café on Montague Street, Brooklyn Heights. Eagle file photo by Mary Frost The City Planning Commission on Monday voted unanimously in favor of a text amendment that clears the way for outdoor dining to become a permanent part of the city’s life, […]

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