Community Board 11 will host two public hearings, including one for a piece of property being built by a controversial developer, at its Nov. 5 meeting.
The board will meet at 7:30 p.m. at M.S. 158, which is located at 46-35 Oceania St. in Bayside.
One of its public hearings is for a series of homes being developed along Mia Drive in Bayside by Tommy Huang, who was convicted in 1999 of creating an oil spill in the landmarked RKO Keith’s Theatre in Flushing.
Huang’s application to CB 11 asks to legalize an existing non-complying rear yard.
The evening’s other hearing will be for a Gulf gas station on Union Turnpike, which is asking to extend the variance for its operation.
The board will also discuss capital and expense budget submissions for the 2014 fiscal year.
Those interested in speaking during the meeting’s public participation portion should register with District Manager Susan Seinfeld by Nov. 2.
To speak during one of the two public hearings, call 718-225-1054.