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Cover Image: I Love Liberty, 1982 by Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997), screenprint, courtesy of the Estate of Roy Lictenstein. A major figure in American art, Roy Lichtenstein was born in 1923 in New York City. Lichtenstein studied at the Art Students League in New York, and Ohio State University. After military service, he worked as a commercial artist and continued to paint. During the late 1950s he began to use elements of commercial art, comics and advertisements in his paintings and sculpture. Using bold colors, prominent black outlines and patterns of Ben-Day dots, lettering and speech balloons, Lichtenstein's distinctive renderings of familiar images captured the spirit of the Pop Art movement and remained a source of creative inspiration throughout his career.

T HE C ITY OF N EW Y ORK O FFICE OF THE M AYOR N EW Y ORK , N.Y. 10007

Dear Friends: The 2003-2004 Green Book marks the second edition during our Administration. The Green Book provides the public with an organized directory of City, State and Federal government officials and services. It is an invaluable reference, and an important tool for making government accessible. We have taken a number of steps to make City government more open and accountable. Through the enhanced use of technology, we have revamped the Mayor's Management Report (MMR) as a new "Public Report Card" to show how City government is performing. The MMR's companion website www.nyc.gov/ myneighborhoodstats allows New Yorkers to obtain information about their communities concerning local crime statistics, park cleanliness rates, fire response times and more so that government is more accessible and transparent. New Yorkers can receive regularly information on City services and programs by signing up to receive the Digital Newsletter on www.nyc.gov. This e-mail newsletter is another example of our commitment to technology as a means to make government more accessible. Information included in the digital newsletter changes monthly and highlights the City's online services ranging from obtaining birth certificates and reviewing restaurant inspection information, to learning about benefits for seniors and traffic alerts. Because this newsletter is sent electronically, it can be delivered to New Yorkers at no cost. Our most recent, and perhaps most significant, innovation is the creation of the "311" system. The people of New York are the customers of City government; we work for you. By calling 311, New Yorkers can get answers to questions about any non-emergency City service or program, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Not only does this improve the ability of all New Yorkers to access information; it also will serve as a revolutionary new management tool for tracking and quantifying just how well we are serving the people of New York. In this current economic and international climate, New York City must show the world how we can continue to rebuild our City, do more with less to serve our citizens, and remain resilient in the face of challenging times. Our inspiring role as a beacon of freedom and opportunity to people around the world is symbolized, as it has been for nearly 120 years by the Statue of Liberty, depicted on the cover of this Green Book by one of New York's greatest artists, Roy Lichtenstein. The City of New York is grateful to the Estate of Roy Lichtenstein for granting its permission for this courtesy reproduction of I Love Liberty. Sincerely, Michael R. Bloomberg Mayor

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PAGE LETTER FROM THE MAYOR ........................................... Front IMPORTANT NOTE .......................................................... Front DOING BUSINESS WITH NYC & BUYING SURPLUS .... Front PUBLIC HOLIDAYS IN NYC ............................................. Front NYC 3-1-1 ......................................................................... Front NYC.gov/INTERNET ......................................................... Front CITYSTORE, INFO .......................................................... Front ACRONYM INDEX ............................................................ Front GENERAL INDEX ............................................................. Front CITY RECORD ORDER FORM ........................................ Back *NEW YORK CITY GOVERNMENT ...................................... 1 The Mayor ................................................................... 4 Public Advocate ........................................................ 22 Comptroller ............................................................... 23 Borough Presidents .................................................. 30 The Council ............................................................... 36 Agencies ................................................................... 45 *COUNTY OFFICES within the City .................................... 335 *COURTS - City, State, Federal ......................................... 343 *NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT ................................ 385 *FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ............................................... 475 *INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS ................................ 547 *LICENSES, PERMITS, CERTIFICATES ........................... 569 *FACTUAL HIGHLIGHTS OF CITY .................................... 641 *INDEX OF NAMES .......................................................... Back * Tabs along right margin indicate location of these sections.

ORIGIN OF THE GREEN BOOK First published in 1918, the Official Directory of the City of New York had a green cover. It became so widely known as the GREEN BOOK that in 1984 its name was changed to reflect that usage.

IMPORTANT NOTE The Green Book contains various items of information about city officials and agencies supplied by those agencies. Users of the Green Book should consult the New York City Charter and other relevant city, state and federal laws for the applicable legal provisions concerning the agencies and officials listed in the directory. No statement or information contained in the Green Book is intended to nor may it be construed as superseding any such applicable legal provisions. Update sheets with recent changes will be prepared throughout the year. To download the most recent update sheet go to: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcas/html/greenbook.html

GREEN BOOK FOR SALE: AT: CityStore 1 Centre Street, North Plaza New York, NY 10007 Telephone: 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Office: 1 Centre St., Room 2223

ON LINE:

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank the City Publications staff, Sherly John, Arlene Mahoney, Sheila Shettle and Mary Chu for their invaluable help compiling data and proofing the directory. The directory would not be complete without the design and typesetting expertise of the Office of Media Design Services Dominick Belliteri, Wayne R. Carter and John Yue. Thanks to all that assisted in the completion of this directory. The Editor

DOING BUSINESS WITH NY CITY The City, through the Department of Citywide Administrative Services' Division of Municipal Supply Services, contracts for over $650 million in goods each year. All purchases are made through a comprehensive system of specifications and competitive bidding, which assures that contracts go to the lowest bidders who comply with specifications, terms and conditions, and have the capacity to deliver. Vendors wishing details on how to receive notice of bids in a product area, may call or write to: Division of Municipal Supply Services Office of Vendor Relations 1 Centre Street, Municipal Building, 18th Fl. So., New York, NY 10007 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Fax: (212) 669-7585

TO BUY CITY SURPLUS Throughout the year, the Department of Citywide Administrative Services, Office of Surplus Activities (DCAS/OSA), offers for sale a variety of surplus items. Cars, trucks, heavy/specialty equipment, motor scooters, fire apparatus, automotive parts, office equipment/supplies, electronic equipment, computers, machine tools and scrap metals are among the items sold by auction or via the competitive sealed bid process. Auctions take place every other Wednesday at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, 570 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11211. For sale date information, please dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK if outside of New York City. A listing of vehicles being offered for sale and surplus property offered via sealed bid may be viewed on our WEB site at: NYC.gov/html/dcas/html/autoauctions.html This WEB site information is updated as of 6:00 P.M. on the Friday prior to an auction date. The above referenced WEB site also makes available to you all terms and conditions of sale. For further information or to be included on the Surplus Bidders Mailing List, call or write: Division of Municipal Supply Services Office of Surplus Activities 1 Centre Street, 18 Floor, North New York, N.Y. 10007 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Fax: 212-669-2682

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS IN NEW YORK CITY

2003 Jan. 1 Jan. 20 Feb. 12 Feb. 17 May 26 July 4 Sep. 1 Oct. 13 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 27 Dec. 25 2004 Jan. 1 Jan. 19 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 May 31 July 4 Sep. 6 Oct. 11 Nov. 2 Nov. 11 Nov. 25 Dec. 25

New Year's Day Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday (3rd Mon. Jan.) (W) Lincoln's Birthday* (M) Washington's Birthday (3rd Mon. Feb.) (M) Memorial Day (Last Mon. May) (F) Independence Day (M) Labor Day (1st Mon. Sept.) (M) Columbus Day (2nd Mon. Oct.) (Tu) Election Day (Tues. after 1st Mon. Nov.) (Tu) Veteran's Day (Th) Thanksgiving Day (4th Thurs. Nov.) (Th) Christmas Day

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(Th) New Year's Day (M) Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday (3rd Mon. Jan.) (Th) Lincoln's Birthday* (M) Washington's Birthday (3rd Mon. Feb.) (M) Memorial Day (Last Mon. May) (Su) Independence Day (M) Labor Day (1st Mon. Sept.) (M) Columbus Day (2nd Mon. Oct.) (Tu) Election Day (Tues. after 1st Mon. Nov.) (Th) Veteran's Day (Th) Thanksgiving Day (4th Thurs. Nov.) (S) Christmas Day

Note: Public holidays falling on Saturday are observed on the preceding Friday; those falling on Sunday are observed on the following Monday. * Floating Holiday; City government offices will be open.

New York City 311 Citizen Service Line New York City 311 has been established to provide the public one easy-to-remeber number to access all City services. Dial 311 from within the five boroughs and (212) NEW-YORK from anywhere to access the City's new citizen service line. 311 was established to provide the highest quality of service to residents, visitors, and businesses who need to interact with City govenrment. New Yorkers now only need two telephone numbers to access City governement: 911 for emergencies and 311 for all non-emergency governement information and services. All calls to 311 are answered by a live operator, 24 hours a day, seven days a week and callers are provided with a tracking number so that they can call back later to find out the status of their request. Translation services are available for over 170 languages along with TTY for the hearing impaired. NYC 311 is a division of the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) and interacts with agencies Citywide. The 311 number was announced in 1996 by the U.S. Department of Justice as a nationwide non-emergency phone system to serve as an alternative to 911. In 1997 the Federal Communications Commission directed the telecommunications industry to set 311 aside for use by police departments and local municipalities for non-emergency calls. New York City has become a leader in this nationwide information initiative by embracing and aggressively dev eloping NYC 311.

NYC.gov, the Official New York City Web site can be accessed at: http://NYC.gov The mission of NYC.gov, the Official New York City Portal Web site, is to provide its constituents with a single point of access to New York City government services, transactions and information. The City's Web site also provides, through links to external sites, information about cultural, educational, and recreational activities in New York City. NYC.gov, the award winning government Web site, is divided into 5 main sections: Office of the Mayor, City Agencies, Services, News & Features, and City Life. Also accessible from the NYC.gov home page are: On-line Services, Forms, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), frequently used features known as "I Want To. . .," a City Organizational Chart, E-mail forms, and links to local Elected Officials. City Agencies provides links to more than 78 Mayoral Offices, Agencies, Boards, Authorities, Commissions, and Task Forces

on NYC.gov, as well as links to other local, state and federal agencies. Services provides information through 12 categories of interest. News & Features offers current event information and news on major policy initiatives. On-line Services contains interactive features such as live traffic cameras, on-line parking ticket payments, birth certificate ordering, and CityStore purchases, as well as on-line and downloadable forms, service complaints, a Citywide Information Technology recruitment facility allowing on-line resume submission, and downloadable tax forms. Also important to note is Search Our Site, which enables visitors to search the more than 50,000 files on NYC.gov and the Contact Us section, which enables the public to e-mail the Mayor and top Administration officials. NYC.gov is managed by the Office of New Media, a unit of the Department of Information, Technology and Telecommunications, and is a highly collaborative venture with over 78 City agencies, boards and authorities that participate as Web content contributors and agency "web page" developers. CITY AGENCY URLS (Uniform Resource Locators) Note: All City URLs begin with http://NYC.gov and the extensions are the agency home pages Mayor's Offices Mayor Advisory Committee on the Judiciary Anti-Graffiti Task Force Art Commission Biomedical Research and Development Task Force Community Assistance Unit Combat Family Violence Office of Contracts New York City Empowerment Zone Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting Office of Grants Administration Office of Health Insurance Access Office of Immigrant Affairs Office of Management & Budget Office of Operations Office of Payroll Administration http://NYC.gov /html/mayor /judiciary /nograffiti /artcommission /html/biotech /html/cau /domesticviolence /moc /nyez /film /grants /healthstat /immigrants /html/omb /operations /payroll

Office for People with Disabilities Commission on the Status of Women New York City Commission for the United Nations, Consular Corps and Protocol Office of Veterans Affairs Voluntary Action Center Youth Empowerment Services Commission Mayoral Agencies The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings NYC Department for the Aging NYC Department of Buildings NYC Department of Small Business Services The Administration for Children's Services Department of City Planning Department of Citywide Administrative Services NYC Department of Consumer Affairs NYC Department of Correction Department of Cultural Affairs Crosswalks TV City of New York Department of Design & Construction Office of Emergency Management Department of Employment Department of Environmental Protection Office of Environmental Coordination Department of Finance NYC Fire Department NYC Department of Health Department of Homeless Services Department of Housing Preservation& Development Human Resources

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NYC Tax Commission NYC Transitional Finance Authority NYC TSASC, Inc. NYC Municipal Water Finance Authority NYC Voter Assistance Commission Workforce Investment Area

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Note: The Office of Chief Medical Examiner does not have a home page on NYC.gov. Also, agencies listed under "other departments" on NYC.gov, including the Brooklyn Public Library, NYC Campaign Finance Board, NYC Department of Education, NYC Board of Elections, NYC Independent Budget Office and the New York Public Library, have their own independent web sites, not located on NYC.gov.

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CityStore sells the Green Book, Municipal Publications, and Gifts & Collectables. GREEN BOOK: The official directory of New York, published annually. Available in both book and CD-ROM format. MUNICIPAL PUBLICATIONS: A wide range of publications issued by various city agencies detailing, analyzing and explaining specific areas of city government. Publications include the Building Code, the Electrical Code and the Charter of the City of New York GIFTS & COLLECTABLES: NYC gifts including authentic memorabilia and CityStore exclusives. Find FDNY, NYPD, DSNY merchandise as well as our City Seal collection. Discover a wide assortment of books about New York as unique and diverse as the city itself.

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ACRONYM INDEX--CITY This is a partial listing of acronyms for many City agencies, offices, boards and commissions which appear in bold type. Divisions or smaller units appear in light type followed by parent agency acronym in parentheses. ACS ............................. Administration for Children's Services AMMI ......................... American Museum of the Moving Image ATD ........................................ Alternatives to Detention (DOP) BBG ................................................. Brooklyn Botanic Garden BC ................................................... Brooklyn College (CUNY) BCC .................................. Bronx Community College (CUNY) BCHS ..................................... Bronx County Historical Society BCM ........................................... Brooklyn Children's Museum BFI ................................. Bureau of Fraud Investigation (HRA) BHS ............................................... Brooklyn Historical Society BMA ................................................ Bronx Museum of the Arts BMCC ..... Borough of Manhattan Community College (CUNY) BNYDC .......... Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation BOC .......................................................... Board of Correction BOE ........................................................... Board of Education BOENYC ......................... Board of Elections in New York City BPL ..................................................... Brooklyn Public Library BRAC ...... Business Relocation Assistance Corporation (DBS) BSA ..................................... Board of Standards and Appeals CASA ............ Community Alternative Systems Agency (HRA) CAU .................................. Community Assistance Unit (OTM) CBO ...................................... Community Based Organization CCHR ............................... City Commission on Human Rights CCNY ............................................... The City College (CUNY) CCRB ................................... Civilian Complaint Review Board CCRS .................................. Child Care Review System (ACS) CCSC ....................................... City Civil Service Commission CCSS ................ Community Care and Senior Services (HRA) CFB ................................................. Campaign Finance Board CHP ........................................... Child Health Planning (DOH) CIU ................................. Confidential Investigation Unit (HRA) COIB ............................................... Conflicts of Interest Board COPICCommission on Public Information and Communication CPC ............................................... City Planning Commission CPS ....................................... Child Protective Services (ACS) CRC ................................. Contract Review Committee (HRA) CSI ................................ The College of Staten Island (CUNY) CUCF .................................. City University Construction Fund CUNY .................................... The City University of New York DBS ............................................. Dept.. of Business Services DCA ............................................... Dept.. of Consumer Affairs DCAS ..................... Dept.. of Citywide Administrative Services DCLA ................................................. Dept.. of Cultural Affairs DCP ..................................................... Dept.. of City Planning

DDC ..................................... Dept.of Design and Construction DEFO . Division of Economic and Financial Opportunity (DBS) DEP ..................................... Dept.of Environmental Protection DFCS ................................ Direct Foster Care Services (ACS) DFTA .......................................................... Dept.for the Aging DHS .............................................. Dept.of Homeless Services DIG ................................. Detour Implementation Group (DOT) DJJ .................................................... Dept.of Juvenile Justice DLS ...................................... Division of Labor Services (DBS) DMSS .............. Division of Municipal Supply Services (DCAS) DOB .............................................................. Dept.of Buildings DOC ............................................................ Dept.of Correction DOE ......................................................... Dept.of Employment DOF ................................................................ Dept.of Finance DOH .................................................................. Dept.of Health DOI .......................................................... Dept.of Investigation DOITT ....... Dept.of Info Technology and Telecommunications DOP .................................................. Department of Probation DOPIS ................ Division of Post-Institutional Services (HRA) DORIS .................. Dept. of Records and Information Services DOS ................................................. Department of Sanitation DOT .......................................... Department of Transportation DPM ......................... Division of Property Management (HPD) DRES ....................... Division of Real Estate Services (DCAS) DSS ..................................................... Dept.of Social Services DYCD .................... Dept.of Youth & Community Development EAA ............................ Emergency Assistance to Adults (HRA) EAF ........................ Emergency Assistance to Families (HRA) EAU ...................................... Employee Assistance Unit (OLR) ECB ................................. Environmental Control Board (DEP) ECF ......................................... Educational Construction Fund ECS ............................... Emergency Children's Service (ACS) ECSP ............................ Energy Cost Savings Program (DBS) EDC ............................... Economic Development Corporation EEC ................................ Employment Eligibility Center (HRA) EEO ....................................... Equal Employment Opportunity EEPC .................... Equal Employment Practices Commission EFP ..................................... Emergency Food Program (HRA) EPIC ......... Elder Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage (DFTA) FDC ..................................................... Family Day Care (ACS) FDNY ................................................ New York City Fire Dept. FIA ...................... Family Independence Administration (HRA) FISA ............................ Financial Information Services Agency FSU ................................................. Field Services Unit (DOP) GSUC ........... Graduate School and University Center (CUNY) HA/HAS ..... Home Attendant/Home Attendant Services (HRA) HAZ MAT ..... Division of Hazardous Material Programs (DEP) HCC ................................ Hostos Community College (CUNY) HCSP ............................ Home Care Services Program (HRA) HDC .................................. Housing Development Corporation HEAP ........ Home Energy Assistance Program (DFTA) (HRA)

HHC .................................... Health and Hospitals Corporation HIICAP .................... Health Insurance Information Counseling HMHS ....................... Health & Mental Health Services (HRA) HNYC .......................... Housing New York Corporation (HDC) HPD ............. Dept.of Housing Preservation and Development HRA .................................... Human Resources Administration IBO ................................................ Independent Budget Office ICA ............................................. Institute of Contemporary Art IFMS ........ Integrated Financial Management Systems (FISA) KCC ..................... Kingsborough Community College (CUNY) KJOP ........................ Kings Juvenile Offender Program (DOP) LCC ........................... LaGuardia Community College (CUNY) LMDC ................. Lower Manhattan Development Corporation LMEP ................................ Lower Manhattan Energy Program LPC .............................. Landmarks Preservation Commission MAC .......................................... Mayor's Action Center (OTM) MAP ................................. Medical Assistance Program (HRA) MAPP ..... Management Accountability & Productivity Program MCNY ................................... Museum of the City of New York MCU ..................................................... Municipal Credit Union MMA ............................................. Metropolitan Museum of Art MOC .................................. Mayor's Office of Contracts (OTM) MOHIA ...... Mayor's Office of Health Insurance Access (OTM) MOPD ......... Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities (OTM) MSC .............................................. Multi-Service Center (HRA) MVAC ........................ Mayor's Voluntary Action Center (OTM) NEW ................ National Eligibility Workers Association (HRA) NYBG ........................................... New York Botanical Garden NYCC ................................................... New York City Council NYCERS ......... New York City Employees Retirement System NYCHA ................................ New York City Housing Authority NYCLD ................................... New York City Law Department NYCTAT ........................ New York City Tax Appeals Tribunal NYEZ ...................................... New York Empowerment Zone NYHS .................................... The New-York Historical Society NYPD ........................................... New York City Police Dept.. NYPL .......................................... The New York Public Library NYZS ......................................... New York Zoological Society OAS .............................. Office of Admission Services (CUNY) OATH .................. Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings OCB ......................................... Office of Collective Bargaining OCME ............................ Office of the Chief Medical Examiner OCSE ................... Office of Child Support Enforcement (ACS) ODSM ................. Office of Data Security Management (HRA) OEC ............................ Office of Energy Conservation (DCAS) OEM ................................... Office of Emergency Management OFPPCOffice of Food Programs and Policy Coordination(HRA) OHCS ............................. Office of Home Care Services (HRA) OHP ............................. Office of Housing Preservation (HPD) OLAP ............... Office of Loss Analysis and Prevention (HRA) OMB .................................. Office of Management and Budget

OPA ........................................ Office of Payroll Administration OPIC ..... Office of Public Information & Communication (HRA) OSA .................................. Office of Surplus Activities (DCAS) OTB ...................................... New York City Off-Track Betting OTM ..................... Office of the Mayor of the City of New York OUR ............................. Office of University Relations (CUNY) PMS ..................... Payroll Management System (OPA) (FISA) PPB ................................................ Procurement Policy Board PSA ................................ Protective Services for Adults (HRA) QBG ................................................ Queens Botanical Garden QBPL ..................................... Queens Borough Public Library QC ..................................................... Queens College (CUNY) QCC ................. Queensborough Community College (CUNY) QHS ................................................ Queens Historical Society QMA .................................................... Queens Museum of Art REMIC ........................... New York City Residential Mortgage RGB ..................................................... Rent Guidelines Board SCA .......................................... School Construction Authority SCRIE ........ Senior Citizens Rent Increase Exemption (DFTA) SCU .......................................... Support Collection Unit (ACS) SHCC .......................................... Snug Harbor Cultural Center SICM ................................... Staten Island Children's Museum SIHS ........................................ Staten Island Historical Society SIIAS .................... Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences SIZS ...................................... Staten Island Zoological Society SMH ................................................ Studio Museum in Harlem SPIN ......................... Special Investigations Unit (Comptroller) SVI .................................. Special Vehicle Identification (DOT) TBM ..................................................... The Brooklyn Museum TLC ...................................... Taxi and Limousine Commission TRS ........................................... Teachers' Retirement System TWC ................................................ Trade Waste Commission UAPC ....... University Applications Processing Center (CUNY) UNDC ...................... United Nations Development Corporation VAC ......................................... Voter Assistance Commission WEP ........................ Work Experience Program (All agencies) WRAP ......... Weatherization Referral and Packaging Program WRS ....................................... Wage Reporting System (HRA) YES ................. Commission on Youth Empowerment (DYCD)

GENERAL INDEX

With Major Telephone Numbers Acronym Index .................................... prior to this index Actuary, Office of, NYC .......................... (212) 442-5775 Administrative Board of the Courts, NYS ....................... Administrative Trials, Office of ............... (212) 442-4900 Aging, NYC Dept for the ........................ (212) 442-1322 Aging, Office for the, NYS ...................... (518) 474-5731 Agriculture, Dept of, US ......................... (202) 720-2791 Agriculture & Markets, Dept of, NYS ...... (800) 554-4501 AIDS Hotline .................................................................. Air Force, Dept of, US ............................ (212) 784-0147 Air National Guard, NYS ................................................ Air Terminals, Port Authority, NYS .................................. Downtown Manhattan Heliport ............. (212) 248-7240 Kennedy International Airport ............... (718) 244-3800 LaGuardia Airport ................................. (718) 533-3700 Newark International Airport ................. (973) 961-6000 Teterboro Airport .................................. (201) 288-5707 Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms ................. (212) 264-4650 Alcoholic Beverage Control (see NYS Liquor Authority) Alcoholism & Substance Abuse ............. (518) 473-3460 American Battle Monuments Commission ..................... Amtrak .................................................... (800) 872-7245 Animal Bites & Menacing ...... 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Appalachian Regional Commission ....... (202) 884-7799 Appeals, NYS Court of ........................... (518) 455-7700 Appeals for the 2nd Circuit, US Court of ........................ Appeals for the Federal Circuit, U.S. Court of ................ Appellate Div, NYS Supreme Court ............................... Architectural & Transportation Barriers Compliance Bd . Archives & Records Admin. Nat'l ........... (301) 713-6800 Archives & Records Admin. State .......... (518) 473-7091 Archives, Municipal ............... 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Army, Dept of the ................................... (212) 784-0111 Armories, New York State ............................................ Army National Guard ..................................................... Arts, NY State Council on the ................ (212) 387-7000 Asbestos Control Program, NYC ................................... Attorney General, NYS (See Law Department) Attorney General, US ............................. (202) 514-2000 Attorney, US Eastern District ............... (718) 254-7000 Attorney, US Southern District ............. (212) 637-2200 B Bail Information, Cash, NYC .................. (212) 669-2879 Banking Commission ............................. (212) 669-2746 154 48

45 344 45 46 390 482 390 177 498 445 456 456 456 456 456 456 542 391 488 531 171 488 345 376 382 346 488 528 405 297 499 501 446 392 146 521 523 523

Banking Department .............................. (212) 618-6442 Baruch College (CUNY) ......................... (212) 802-2000 Battery Park City Authority ..................... (212) 417-2000 Battery Park, Conservancy for Historic .. (212) 566-6700 Beaches, Public ............................................................. Birth Certificates, Information (see Vital Records) Boating, Fishing, Hiking Permits, NYC .......................... Bookstores, Retail City Planning, NYC .............................. (212) 720-3667 CityStore, NYC ..................................... (212) 669-8246 US Government Bookstore .................. (212) 264-3825 Borough Historians ........................................................ Borough Historical Societies .......................................... Borough Presidents ....................................................... Bronx .................................................... (718) 590-3500 Brooklyn ............................................... (718) 802-3900 Manhattan ............................................ (212) 669-8300 Queens ................................................ (718) 286-3000 Staten Island ........................................ (718) 816-2200 Bridges, MTA .......................................... (646) 252-7000 Bridges, Dept of Transportation ..................................... Bridges, Port Authority, NYS ................. (800)-221-9903 Bridges Juvenile Center ......................... (718) 764-2700 Bronx Community College ..................... (718) 289-5100 Brooklyn Academy of Music, NYC ......... (718) 636-4111 Brooklyn Botanic Garden, NYC ............. (718) 623-7200 Brooklyn College (CUNY) ...................... (718) 951-5000 Brooklyn Navy Yard Development ......... (718) 907-5900 Brooklyn Public Library .......................... (718) 230-2100 Budget, NYS Division of ......................... (518) 474-2300 Budget, Office of Management & ........... (212) 788-5800 Budget, US Office of Management & ..... (202) 396-7254 Buildings, Dept of .................. 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Borough Offices/Customer Service .............................. Business Integrity Commission .............. (212) 676-6219 Business Services, Dept of Small .......... (212) 513-6300 NY Empowerment Zone ....................... (212) 788-7683 C Cabinet Members, Federal ............................................ Campaign Finance Board, NYC ............. (212) 306-7100 Canvassers, Board of ............................ (212) 487-5300 Carnegie Hall ......................................... (212) 903-9600 Castle Clinton National Monument ........ (212) 344-7220 Census, US Bureau of the ..................... (212) 264-3860 Centers for Disease Control ................... (404) 639-3534 Central Park Conservancy ..................... (212) 310-6600 Central Intelligence Agency ........................................... Chief Medical Examiner, NYC ................ (212) 447-2030

392 73 393 277 263 143 70 86 514 35 35 30 32 32 31 33 34 443 316 456 235 78 107 107 73 49 49 394 242 532 52 55 57 57 59

475 60 139 108 520 490 516 276 489 180

Chemical Safety & Hazard Investigation Bd. ................. Child Abuse & Neglect Reports ...................................... Children & Family Services, Office of ..... (212) 961-4121 Children's Services, Administration for . (877) KIDSNYC Foster & Adoptive Parent Hotline ....... (212) 676-WISH City Center Theater, NYC ...................... (212) 247-0430 City Clerk and Clerk of the Council ........ (212) 669-2400 City College (CUNY) .............................. (212) 650-7000 City Council ............................................ (212) 788-7100 Council Members ................................. (212) 788-7100 City Marshals ................................................................. City Parks Foundation ............................ (212) 360-1399 City Planning Commission ..................... (212) 720-3276 City Planning, Dept of ............................ (212) 720-3300 City Store ............................................... (212) 669-8246 City Record ............................................ (212) 669-8252 City Register .................................................................. City University, Bd of Trustees ............... (212) 794-5450 City University of New York (colleges listed alphabetically) City University Construction Fund .......... (212) 541-0171 Citywide Admin Services, Dept of .......... (212) 669-7000 Public Buildings ............................................................ Citywide Equal Employment Oppty ........ (212) 669-8648 Citywide Office of Safety & Health (COSH) ................... Civil Court of the City of New York (see Courts, NYC) Civil Rights, US Commission on ............ (202) 376-7700 Civil Service Administration, NYC .......... (212) 669-2429 Civil Service Commission, NYC ............. (212) 669-2609 Civil Service Commission, NYS ............. (212) 669-2609 Civil Service, US (see Office of Personnel Management) Civil Service, NYS Department of .......... (518) 457-2487 Civilian Complaint Review Board ........... (212) 442-8833 Claims, NYS Court of ............................. (518) 465-8881 Clockmaster, NYC .................................. (718) 646-1641 Coast Guard, US .................................... (202) 267-1587 Captain of the Port of NY, US .............. (718) 354-4001 Collective Bargaining, NYC Office of ..... (212) 306-7160 Colleges, Centers & Universities CUNY ........................................................................... SUNY ........................................................................... Commerce, US Department of ............... (202) 482-2000 Committee for Purchase from People..Blind..Disabled .. Commodity Futures Trading Comm ....... (202) 418-5000 Community Affairs, NYS ......................... (212) 681-4580 Community Boards, NYC ............................................... Complaints, Health Dept ....... 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Comptroller, NYC ................................... (212) 669-3500 Audit Committee .................................. (212) 669-3476 Claims and Adjudications ..................... (212) 669-2499

489 61 394 61 64 108 43 73 36 39 65 275 68 69 86 82 152 71 72 80 81 88 83 86 492 84 65 396 395 90 359 85 540 540 91 72 469 489 493 493 396 92 176 24 29 28

Referral Numbers ......................................................... Comptroller, NYS ................................... (212) 681-4482 Employees Retirement System, NYS .. (518) 474-2600 Comptroller General (see US General Accounting Office) Comptroller of the Currency, US ............ (202) 874-4800 Conflicts of Interest Board, NYC ............ (212) 442-1400 Congress, U.S. ............................................................... House of Representatives .................... (202) 224-3121 Senate .................................................. (202) 224-3121 Consulates, Foreign in NYC .......................................... Consumer Affairs, Dept of, NYC .................................... Consumer Complaints FTC, US ............ (877) 382-4357 Consumer Product Safety Comm. US ... (800) 638-2772 Consumer Protection Board, NYS ......... (800) 697-1220 Contemporary Arts Center, PS1 ............. (718) 784-2084 Convention Center Operating Corp ....... (212) 216-2000 Copyright Information, US ...................... (202) 707-3000 Corporation for National & Community Service ............. Corporation Counsel, NYC ........ (See Law Department) Correction, Board of, NYC ..................... (212) 788-7840 Correction, Commission of, NYS ........... (518) 485-2346 Correction, Department of, NYC ............ (212) 266-1000 Inmate Information ............................... (212) 487-7145 Facilities ....................................................................... Correctional Services, NYS Dept of ....... (518) 457-8126 Facilities in New York City ............................................ County Clerk .................................................................. Bronx County ....................................... (718) 590-3648 Division of Jurors .............................. (718) 590-3682 Kings County ........................................ (718) 643-7037 Division of Jurors .............................. (718) 643-5256 New York County ................................. (212) 374-8359 Division of Jurors .............................. (212) 374-8584 Division of Old Records .................... (212) 374-4376 Queens County .................................... (718) 520-3137 Richmond County ................................ (718) 390-5396 Court Administration, NYS Office of ....... (212) 428-2700 Alternate Dispute Resolution ....................................... Courts, NYC Civil ............................................ .................................. Bronx County .................................... (718) 466-3000 Kings County ..................................... (718) 643-8133 New York County .............................. (212) 791-6000 Queens County ................................. (718) 262-7300 Richmond County ............................. (718) 390-5422 Housing Part ............................................................. Criminal Court .............................................................. New York County .............................. (212) 374-5880 Bronx County .................................... (718) 590-2865 Kings County ..................................... (718) 643-4044

25 397 397 543 100 493 495 494 552 101 513 497 398 109 398 528 497 102 399 103 103 105 399 400 336 337 337 337 337 336 336 336 338 338 344 344 365 366 367 365 368 368 368 361 361 362 362

Queens County ................................. (718) 520-3595 Richmond County ............................. (718) 390-8400 Courts, United States ..................................................... Court of Claims ...................................... (518) 465-8881 Court of Federal Claims, U.S. ................ (212) 219-9657 Court of International Trade, U.S. .......... (212) 264-2800 Credit Union, Municipal .......................... (212) 238-3300 Credit Union, National ............................ (703) 518-6300 Crime Victims Board, NYS ..................... (518) 457-8727 Criminal Justice Services, NYS Division of .................... Crossroads Juvenile Center ........................................... Crosswalks ............................................. (212) 669-7400 Cultural Affairs, NYC Dept of ................. (212) 643-7770 Cultural Institutions, City Funded ................................. Customs Service, US ............................. (202) 927-1000 D Death Certificates Information (see Vital Records) Deeds, Mortgages & Tax Liens (see City Register) Defense, Department of, US .................. (703) 545-6700 Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board ....................... Deferred Compensation, NYC (see Labor Relations) Deputy Chief Administrative Judge for NYS .................. Design & Construction, Dept of .............. (718) 391-1000 Disease Control, Centers for, US ........... (404) 639-7000 District Attorneys ............................................................ Bronx .................................................... (718) 590-2000 Kings .................................................... (718) 250-2000 New York .............................................. (212) 335-9000 Queens ................................................ (718) 286-6000 Richmond ............................................. (718) 556-7000 Special Narcotics, Office of .................. (212) 815-0400 District Courts, US ......................................................... Eastern District ..................................... (718) 260-2600 Southern District .................................. (212) 805-0136 Divorces/Annulments, Records ...................................... Domestic Partner Registration ....................................... Dormitory Authority, NYS ....................... (212) 273-5000 Drug Control Policy, National Office ............................... Drug Enforcement Admin (DEA) ........... (212) 337-3900 E Economic Advisers, Council of, US ................................ Economic Development Admin, US ....... (202) 482-5891 Economic Development Corp, NYC ....... (212) 619-5000 Economic Development, NYS ................ (212) 292-5100 Economic and Financial Opportunity ..... (212) 513-6437 Education, Department of ...................... (212) 374-6000

362 362 374 359 381 381 242 529 400 400 235 229 106 107 544

497 504 345 111 516 338 340 339 339 339 340 340 377 379 377 589 589 401 482 522

481 490 115 406 59 115

Panel for Educational Policy ........................................ Office of the Chancellor ....................... (212) 374-5110 Instructional Divisions .................................................. High Schools ................................................................ Educational Construction Fund, NYC .... (718) 472-8285 Education Department, NYS .................. (518) 474-3852 State Board for the Professions ................................... Education, Dept of, US .................................................. Education Retirement System, Board of (718) 935-5400 Educational Construction Fund .............. (718) 472-8285 Election Commission, Federal, .............. (800) 424-9530 Elections, Board of, NYC ....................... (212) 487-5300 Elections, Board of, NYS ....................... (518) 474-6220 Electrical Control, Bureau of, NYC ................................. Electrical License Board, NYC ....................................... Ellis Island (see Statue of Liberty) EMERGENCIES, All Boroughs ................................ 911 Emergency Management Federal (FEMA) ................................... (202) 646-3900 New York City (OEM) ........................... (718) 422-4800 New York State (SEMO) ...................... (518) 457-2222 Emergency Medical Service .................. (718) 999-2770 Empire State College, NYS .................... (518) 587-2100 Empire State Development ............................................ Employee Assistance, Citywide (see Labor Relations) Employees Relations, Gov Office .......... (518) 474-6988 Employees Retirement Sys, Trustees .... (347) 643-3000 Employment, Dept of, NYC ... 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Employment Relations Board, NYS ....... (212) 564-2441 Employment & Training Admin, US ........ (212) 337-2193 Energy Cost Savings Program (ECSP) . (212) 618-8778 Energy Research Development Auth ..... (518) 862-1090 Energy, Dept of, US ............................... (202) 586-5000 Federal Energy Regulatory Comm ...... (202) 208-0200 Environmental Commission, Interstate .. (212) 582-0380 Environmental Conservation, NYS ........ (718) 482-4900 Environmental Facilities Corp, NYS ....... (800) 882-9721 Environmental Protection Agency, US ... (212) 637-3000 Environmental Protection, Dept of, NYC (718) 595-6579 Information/Complaints ....... 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Environmental Control Board ....................................... Equal Employment Oppty Comm ........... (202) 663-4900 Equal Employment Practices Comm ..... (212) 788-8646 Export-Import Bank of the US ................ (202) 565-3946

116 116 120 126 137 402 404 504 136 137 509 137 406 56 56 278 510 139 446 157 471 406 408 140 141 424 526 58 409 505 506 410 410 411 506 142 143 149 507 150 508

F Factual Highlights, (NYC) .............................................. Area of the City, Streets & Park Acreage ..................... 641 647

Budget Highlights ......................................................... Budget Timetable ......................................................... City Seal ....................................................................... Estimated Full-Time Positions ...................................... Flags: City, Mayor's, Councilmanic .............................. Important City Dates .................................................... Party Enrollments ......................................................... Population of the City of New York ............................... Presidential Vote Count ............................................... Registration of Voters ................................................... Tax Tables .................................................................... Family Court of the State of NY ............. (212) 374-3700 Bronx County ....................................... (718) 590-3321 Kings County ........................................ (718) 643-2652 New York County ................................. (212) 374-8743 Queens County .................................... (718) 520-3991 Richmond County ................................ (718) 390-5462 Child Support Enforcement .................. (212) 374-3689 Foster Care Review Term .................... (212) 374-7133 Hearing Examiners ...................................................... Farm Credit Administration, US ............. (703) 883-4000 Fashion Institute of Technology (SUNY) (212) 760-7660 Federal Aviation Administration .............. (202) 267-3484 Federal Bureau of Investigation(FBI) ..... (202) 324-3444 Federal Communications Comm(FCC) .. (202) 418-1000 Federal Deposit Insurance Corp (FDIC) ........................ Federal Election Commission ................ (800) 424-9530 Federal Hall National Memorial .............. (212) 825-6888 Federal Highway Admin ......................... (202) 366-0650 Federal Housing Finance Board ............ (202) 408-2500 Federal Home Loan Bank of NY .......... (212) 294-1800 Federal Information Center (GSA) ......... (800) 688-9889 Federal Maritime Commission ............... (202) 523-5773 Federal Mediation & Conciliation Svce .. (202) 606-8100 Federal Railroad Administration ............. (202) 493-6024 Federal Reserve System ............................................... Federal Reserve Bank of NY ............... (212) 720-5000 Federal Trade Commission(FTC) .......... (202) 326-2222 NYC Office ........................................... (212) 607-2829 Federal Transit Administration ............... (212) 688-2170 Ferry Operators, NYC .................................................... Film, Theatre and Broadcasting ............. (212) 489-6710 Finance, Department of ................................................. Business Tax Inquiries ......................... (718) 935-6000 Real Estate/Tax Exemptions ................ (718) 935-9500 Tax Forms ............................................ (718) 935-6739 Financial Control Board, NYS ................ (212) 417-5046 Financial Info Services Agency .............. (212) 857-1000 Fine Arts, Commission of ....................... (202) 504-2199 Fire Department, NYC ........................... (718) 999-2000

650 650 646 653 646 642 656 647 655 656 649 370 370 370 370 370 371 371 371 372 508 472 541 522 508 509 509 520 541 510 510 514 511 511 541 511 512 512 513 541 322 151 151 151 151 151 412 154 492 155

Fire Calls and Emergencies ................................... 911 155 Communication Stations, Emergency Numbers Bronx ......................... (718) 665-2200; (718) 999-3333 155 Brooklyn .................... (718) 636-1700; (718) 999-4444 155 Manhattan ................. (212) 999-2222; (212) 628-2900 155 Queens ..................... (718) 999-5555; (718) 847-6600 155 Staten Island ............. (718) 999-6666; (718) 727-1100 155 Emergency Medical Service ................ (718) 999-2770 157 Fire Department Pension Fund .............. (718) 999-1951 160 Fire Museum .......................................... (212) 691-1303 160 Fire Island National Seashore, US ......... (516) 289-4810 521 Fire Suppression/Master Plumber License Board ......... 56 Fish & Wildlife Service, U.S. .................. (202) 208-5634 519 Flexible Spending Accounts(see Office of Labor Relations) Flushing Town Hall ................................. (718) 463-7700 108 Food & Drug Administration ................... (301) 827-2410 516 Food and Nutrition Service (USDA) ....... (212) 620-6338 483 Food Inspection, NYS ............................ (718) 722-2877 390 Food Stamp Program ..................................................... 212 G Gateway Nat'l Recreation Area, US ....... (718) 338-3687 General Accounting Office, US .............. (202) 512-5500 General Services Administration, US ............................. General Services, Office of, NYS ........... (518) 474-3899 Golf Courses, NYC ........................................................ Government Printing Office, US ............. (212) 620-3321 Governor, NYS ....................................... (518) 474-8390 NYC Office ........................................... (212) 681-4580 Washington DC Office .......................... (202) 434-7100 Governors of New York State ....................................... Graduate Center (CUNY) ....................... (212) 817-7000 Grant's Tomb (Nat'l Memorial) ............... (212) 666-1640 Green Book ............................................ (212) 669-3065 Green Thumb, Operation ....................... (212) 788-8075 H Hamilton Grange Nat'l Memorial ............ (212) 825-6990 Health & Hospitals Corporation, NYC .... (212) 788-3321 Board of Directors ........................................................ Hospitals ...................................................................... Health & Human Services, Dept of, US . (212) 264-4600 Centers for Disease Control ................. (404) 639-3534 Food & Drug Administration ................. (301) 827-2410 Office of the Surgeon General ............. (301) 443-4000 National Institutes of Health ................. (301) 496-4000 Health, Dept of Public .................................................... Board of Health ............................................................ 520 161 161 163 515 516 516 516 518 166 166 521 513 513 413 258 514 387 387 389 386 72 520 82 257

Information Numbers ................................................... District Health Centers ................................................. Health, Dept of, NYS .............................. (518) 474-7354 Higher Education Services Corp, NYS .......................... Historians, Borough, NYC .............................................. Historic House Museums, NYC ..................................... Historic House Trust, NYC ..................... (212) 360-8203 Historic Preservation, Advisory Council . (202) 606-8503 Historic Preservation, State Board for .... (518) 237-8643 Historical Societies ......................................................... HIV Counseling & Testing Sites ..................................... HIV Prevention Program, NYC ...................................... Homeland Security, Department of ................................ Homeless Services, Dept of, NYC ......... (212) 361-8000 Emergency Assistance Hotline ............ (800) 994-6494 Horizon Juvenile Center ......................... (718) 292-0065 Hospitals Under Jurisdiction of NYC Health & Hospitals Hostos Community College ................... (718) 518-4444 House of Representatives, Federal ....... (202) 224-3121 Housing Authority, NYC .......................... (212) 306-3000 Public Housing Developments ..................................... Housing & Community Renewal, NYS ... (212) 480-6700 Housing Development Corp ................... (212) 227-5500 Housing Finance Agency ....................... (212) 688-4000 Housing NY Corp ................................... (212) 227-5500 Housing Preservation & Development ... (212) 863-5000 Central Complaint Bureau .. 311 or (212) NEW-YORK BoroughCode Enforcement Offices ............................. Housing & Urban Development (HUD) .. (212) 264-8000 Fraud Complaints ................................. (800) 347-3735 Human Resources Admin/Dept of Social Services ........ Business Link ..................................... (877) 585-JOBS Domestic Violence, Early Intervention . (212) 331-4500 Family Independence Administration ... (212) 331-6160 Medical Assistance Programs (MAP) ... (212) 273-0047 Workforce1 Career Centers ............. (866-JOBS-NYC) Human Rights Commission on, NYC ..... (212) 306-7500 Human Rights, Div of, NYS .................... (718) 741-8400 Hunter College ....................................... (212) 772-4000 I Ice Skating Rinks, NYC .................................................. Immigration & Naturalization Svce, US .. (800) 375-5283 Impeachments, Court of the Trial of ............................... Independent Budget Office, NYC ........... (212) 442-0632 Information Technology and Telecommunications(DoITT) 3-1-1 ............................................................................. Inspector General, Office of the State .... (800) 367-4448 Insurance Department, NYS .................. (212) 480-2301

176 177 413 414 35 274 276 482 451 35 177 177 518 182 182 235 163 78 495 184 187 415 196 416 197 198 198 199 518 519 201 209 222 202 209 209 224 417 74

259 523 373 226 226 228 418 417

Insurance Fund, The State .................... (212) 312-7001 Inter-American Foundation, US ............. (703) 306-4301 Interior, Dept of the ................................ (202) 208-3100 Internal Revenue Service, US ........................................ International Trade Commission, US ..... (202) 205-2000 Investigation, Temporary Commission ... (212) 344-6660 Investigation, NYC Dept of ..................... (212) 825-5900 Inspectors General ....................................................... Investigation for the NYC School District ....................... J Jamaica Center for the Arts, NYC .......... (718) 658-7400 Job Development Authority, NYS ........... (212) 803-3523 John Jay College ................................... (212) 237-8000 Joint Chiefs of Staff, US ................................................. Judicial Conduct, NYS Commission on . (212) 949-8860 Judicial Conference, US ........................ (202) 502-2400 Jurors, Division of (see County Clerk) Justice Department, US ......................... (202) 514-2000 Drug EnforcementAdministration ......... (212) 337-3900 Federal Bureau of Investigation ........... (212) 384-1000 Federal Bureau of Prisons ................... (202) 307-3198 Immigration & Naturalization Service ... (800) 375-5283 US Marshal's Service ................................................... Juvenile Justice, Department of, NYC ... (212) 925-7779 K Keyspan Park ......................................... (718) 449-8497 Kingsborough Community College ........ (718) 368-5000 L Labor, Department of, NYS .................... (212) 352-6551 Job Referral Services, NYS ......................................... Unemployment Insurance Services ..... (888) 209-8124 Labor Relations Board, National ............ (212) 264-0300 Labor Relations, Office of, NYC ............. (212) 306-7200 Labor Standards, Division of, NYS ........ (518) 457-2460 Labor, Department of, US ...................... (202) 693-6000 Labor Statistics, Bureau of, US ............ (212) 337-2500 LaGuardia Community College .............. (718) 482-7200 Landmarks Preservation Commission ... (212) 669-7700 Law Examiners, State Board of ............. (800) 342-3335 Law, CUNY School of ............................ (718) 340-4200 Law, Department, NYC .......................... (212) 788-0303 Law, Department, NYS .......................... (212) 416-8000 Legal Services Corp, US ........................ (202) 336-8800

423 519 519 542 521 418 229 230 135

108 408 75 498 419 375 521 522 522 522 523 523 234

258 78

419 421 422 529 236 422 525 525 79 237 428 76 237 427 527

Legislative Bill Drafting Comm, NYS ...... (518) 455-7500 Legislature of the State of New York .............................. The Assembly ...................................... (518) 455-4100 The State Senate ................................. (518) 455-2800 Legislative Library, NYS ....................... (518) 455-2468 Lehman College ..................................... (718) 960-8000 Library of Congress, US ......................... (202) 707-5000 Licenses, Permits, Certificates, Applications ................. Lieutenant Governor, NYS ..................... (212) 681-4532 Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts ... (212) 875-5000 Liquor Authority, NYS ............................. (518) 486-4767 Lottery, NYS ........................................... (212) 383-1317 Lower Manhattan Development Corp .... (212) 962-2300 M

429 429 432 429 435 75 528 569 389 108 390 435 241

Management Benefits Fund (see Office of Labor Relations) Management and Budget, Office ........... (212) 788-5800 242 Management and Budget, Office, US ............................ 532 Manhattan Community College .............. (212) 220-8000 79 Marine Corps, U.S. ................................ (212) 784-0160 502 Marine Fisheries Service, US ................ (301) 713-2239 491 Maritime College, NYS ........................... (718) 409-7200 471 Marriage Licenses ..................................................... 44, 606 Marshals, NYC ............................................................... 65 Marshals, US Eastern District ................ (718) 254-6700 523 Southern District .................................. (212) 331-7100 523 Materials for the Arts Warehouse ........... (718) 729-3001 107 Mayor, Office of the ................................ (212) 788-3000 5 AIDS Policy, Citywide Coordinator ....... (212) 788-2752 10 Appointments, Advisory Committee on (212) 788-2884 9 Art Commission .................................... (212) 788-3071 9 Chief of Staff ........................................ (212) 788-2728 7 City Legislative Affairs .......................... (212) 788-3678 16 Citywide Services ................................. (212) 788-7477 10 Communications, Office of ................... (212) 788-0268 11 Community Assistance Unit ................. (212) 788-7418 11 Contracts, Office of .............................. (212) 788-0010 12 Counsel to the Mayor ........................... (212) 788-3102 7 Correspondence Services .................... (212) 788-2876 12 Criminal Justice Coordinator ................ (212) 788-6810 13 Deputy Mayors ............................................................. 5 Disabilities, Office for People with ........ (212) 788-2830 13 Domestic Violence, Office to Combat .. (212) 788-3156 14 Environment, Council on ...................... (212) 788-7900 14 Federal Affairs ...................................... (202) 624-5900 17 Fiscal & Administrative Management ........................... 15 Health Insurance Access ..................... (212) 788-8282 15 HIV Health and Human Services Planning Council ..... 15 Immigrant Affairs ................................... 212) 788-7654 16

Intergovernmental Affairs, Office of ...... (212) 788-2162 Judiciary, Committee on the ................. (212) 944-6225 Loft Board ........................................... (212) 788-7610 Messenger, Central ............................. (212) 788-7530 Midtown Enforcement, Office of ........... (212) 643-5510 Operations, Office of ............................ (212) 442-8130 Police Corruption, Commission to Combat .................. Press Office ......................................... (212) 788-2958 Records Access ................................... (212) 788-8111 Special Projects & Community Events . (212) 788-2569 State Legislative Affairs ........................ (518) 447-5200 United Nations ..................................... (212) 319-9300 Veterans Affairs, Office of ..................... (212) 442-4171 Voluntary Action Center ....................... (212) 788-7550 Women, Commission on Status of ....... (212) 788-2738 Mayor, Vote for ............................................................... Mayors of the City of New York ...................................... Medgar Evers College (CUNY) .............. (718) 270-4900 Medicaid Centers (MAP) ........................ (877) 472-8411 Medical Assistance Program, (MAP) ..... (212) 273-0001 Medical Examiner, Chief, NYC ............... (212) 447-2034 Medical School (CUNY) ......................... (212) 650-7700 Medicare, US ......................................... (800) 772-1213 Mental Health, NYS Office of ................. (518) 474-4403 Children's Psychiatric Centers, NYS ............................ Adult Psychiatric Centers, NYS ................................... Mental Retardation/Disabilities, Office of (518) 473-9689 Mentally Disabled, Comm on Quality of Care for ........... Merchant Marine Academy, US .............. (516) 773-5348 Metropolitan Transportation Authority .... (212) 878-7000 Permanent Citizen's Advisory Committee .................... Long Island Bus ................................... (516) 542-0100 Long Island Rail Road .......................... (718) 558-8228 Metro-North Railroad ........................... (212) 340-3000 NYC Transit .......................................... (718) 330-3000 Bridge & Tunnels .................................. (646) 252-7000 Metropolitan Trans Authority Inspector General ............. Metropolitan Transportation Council ...... (212) 938-3300 Military & Naval Affairs, Div of, NYS ....... (518) 459-2550 Military Academy, US ............................. (845) 938-4011 Military Discharge, Records ........................................... Mint, United States ................................. (202) 756-6468 Mortgage Agency, NYS .......................... (212) 688-4000 Mortuaries, NYC ............................................................ Motor Vehicles, Dept of, NYS ........................................ Traffic Violations Bureau ...................... (718) 488-5710 Municipal Archives ................ 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Municipal Assistance Corp, NYS ........... (212) 840-8255 Municipal Bond Bank Agency, NYS ....... (212) 688-4000 Municipal Credit Union ........................... (212) 693-4900

16 17 17 12 18 18 11 19 7 20 16 19 21 21 21 4 2 75 211 209 180 76 516 435 436 436 437 438 528 439 444 442 441 442 441 443 445 445 445 502 610 544 447 166 447 448 297 448 449 242

Municipal Records Management Div. .... (212) 788-8552 Municipal Reference & Research Cent .. (212) 788-8590 Municipal Supply Services, Division of, NYC ................. Museums: American Museum of Moving Image ... (718) 784-4520 American Museum of Natural History .. (212) 769-5000 Bronx Museum of the Arts .................... (718) 681-6000 Brooklyn Children's Museum ............... (718) 735-4400 Brooklyn Museum of Art ....................... (718) 638-5000 Cooper-Hewitt ...................................... (212) 849-8300 Fire Museum ........................................ (212) 691-1303 Hall of Science ..................................... (718) 699-0005 Jamaica Center for Arts ....................... (718) 658-7400 Metropolitan Museum of Art ................. (212) 879-5500 El Museo del Barrio .............................. (212) 831-7272 Museum of Jewish Heritage ................. (212) 968-1800 Museum of the City of New York .......... (212) 534-1672 Nat'l Museum of the American Indian .. (212) 514-3700 Police Dept Museum ............................ (212) 480-3100 PSI Contemporary Art Center .............. (718) 480-3100 Queens Museum of Art ........................ (718) 592-9700 Smithsonian Institution ......................... (202) 357-2700 State Museum, NY ............................... (518) 474-5812 Staten Island Children's Museum ........ (718) 273-2060 Staten Island Institute of Arts & Sciences .................... Studio Museum in Harlem, The ........... (212) 864-4500 N National Aeronautics & Space Admin .... (202) 358-0000 National Archives & Records Administration .................. National Credit Union Administration ............................. National Endowment for the Arts ........... (202) 682-5400 National Endowment for the Humanities ........................ National Guard, NYS ..................................................... National Highway Traffic Safety Admin, US ................... National Labor Relations Board, US ...... (202) 273-1000 National Mediation Board, US ................ (202) 692-5000 National Park Foundation ...................... (202) 238-4200 National Park Service, ........................... (202) 208-6843 National Railroad Passenger Corporation ..................... National Science Foundation, US .......... (703) 306-1234 National Security Council, US ........................................ National Transportation Safety Board .... (202) 314-6000 Naval Academy, US ....................................................... Navy, Dept of the .................................... (212) 784-0100 Navy Militia, NYS ........................................................... New York Botanical Garden, The, NYC . (718) 817-8700 New York City College of Technology .... (718) 260-5400

297 298 86 107 107 107 107 108 537 160 109 108 108 108 108 108 538 283 109 109 538 405 110 110 110

528 528 529 529 529 446 541 529 530 530 520 531 531 481 531 503 502 446 109 76

New York Public Library ......................... (212) 930-0800 New York Shakespeare Festival, NYC ... (212) 539-8500 New York State Theater, NYC ................ (212) 870-5500 NYC Ballet ................................................................... NYC Opera .................................................................. Non-emergency City of New York 3-1-1 ................. Front Northeastern Queens Nature & Historical Preserve ...... Nuclear Regulatory Commission, US .... (301) 415-7000 NYC Automated Personnel System (NYCAPS) ............. O Occupational Safety & Health Admin, US ...................... Off-Track Betting Corp, NYC .................. (212) 221-5200 OTB Site Selection Board ...................... (212) 788-6144 Ombudsman (CITY) ............................... (212) 669-7250 P Parking Facilities, Municipal ........................................... Parking Violations Helpline .................... (212) 422-7800 Parks and Recreation; Dept of, NYC ..... (212) 360-8111 Special Events ..................................... (212) 360-3456 Information/Complaints (24 hr) ............ (800) 201-7275 Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation, NYS ........... Parole, Division of, NYS ......................... (212) 736-9924 Passport Agency, US ..................................................... Patent & Trademark Office, US .............. (703) 305-8600 PATH System, NYS .............................. (800) 234-PATH Payroll Administration, Office of, NYC .... (212) 669-8555 Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp, US ...... (202) 326-4000 Pension Funds, NYC (See Retirement Systems) Personnel Management, Office of, US .. (202) 606-2700 Personnel Services, Citywide ........................................ Pest, Control Services ................................................... Plumber, License Board, NYC ....................................... Poison Control Center, NYC .................. (212) 340-4494 Police Dept, NYC ................................... (646) 610-5000 Academy .............................................. (212) 477-9700 Crime Stoppers .................................... (800) 577-TIPS Housing Bureau ................................... (646) 610-5548 Museum, NYC ...................................... (212) 480-3100 Precincts ...................................................................... Public Inquiry and Request Section ..... (212) 374-5541 Transit Bureau ...................................... (718) 243-3441 Police, New York State ........................... (518) 457-6811 Police Pension Fund, NYC .................... (212) 897-3415 Pollution Complaints, NYC .... 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Upstate Watershed ........................... (888) DEP-NYC1 Port Authority of NY & NJ, NYS ............. (212) 435-7000

243 109 109 109 109 228 450 532 82

526 249 250 22

327 151 251 251 251 450 452 539 492 457 277 533 533 84 171 56 176 278 283 285 283 279 284 284 453 285 143 143 454

Postal Rate Commission, US ................. (202) 789-6800 Postal Service, US ................................. (202) 268-2000 Pothole & Sidewalk Complaints 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Potter's Field .................................................................. Power Authority, NYS ............................. (914) 681-6200 President of the US ................................ (202) 456-1414 Chief of Staff .............................................................. Council of Economic Advisers .................................... Council on Environmental Quality .............................. National Economic Council ........................................ National Security Council ........................................... Office of Administration .............................................. Office of Faith Based & Community Initiatives ........... Office of Management & Budget ................................ Office of National AIDS Policy .................................... Office of National Drug Control Policy ....................... Office of Science and Technology Policy ................... Office of United States Trade Representative ............ President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board ........ White House Military Office-(WHMO) ........................ Presidents & Vice Presidents of US ............................... Prisons, Bureau of, US .......................... (202) 307-3198 Probation, Dept of, NYC ................................................ Probation, Division of, NYS .................... (518) 485-2395 Procurement Policy Board, NYC ............ (212) 788-0010 Professional Licensing, NYS .................. (518) 474-3817 Project Finance Agency, NYS ................ (212) 688-4000 Prospect Park Alliance ........................... (718) 965-8951 Prospect Park Wildlife Center ................ (718) 399-7339 Public Administrators (COUNTY) ................................... Bronx .................................................... (718) 293-7660 Kings .................................................... (718) 643-3032 New York .............................................. (212) 788-8430 Queens ................................................ (718) 526-5037 Richmond ............................................. (718) 876-7228 Public Advocate, NYC ............................ (212) 669-7200 Public Authorities Control Bd, NYS ........ (518) 474-2300 Public Buildings, NYC .................................................... Public Employment Relations Bd, NYS . (518) 457-2854 Public Health Council, NYS ........................................... Public Health Service, US ...................... (212) 264-2561 Public Information and Communication, Commission on Public Service, Commission & Dept of, NYS ................. Q Queens Borough Public Library, NYC .... (718) 990-0700 Queens Borough Community College ... (718) 631-6262 Queens Botanical Garden, NYC ............ (718) 886-3800 Queens College ..................................... (718) 997-5000

534 534 105 458 479 481 481 481 481 481 481 481 481 481 482 482 482 482 482 476 522 286 458 292 404 459 276 111 341 341 341 341 342 342 22 459 88 460 413 515 292 460

293 80 109 77

Queens Theatre in the Park, NYC ......... (718) 760-0064 Queens Wildlife Center .......................... (718) 271-1500 R Racing and Wagering Board, NYS ......... (518) 453-8460 Railroad Retirement Board, US ............. (212) 264-9820 Randall's Island Sports Foundation ....... (212) 830-7715 Real Estate Inquiries (see Dept of Finance) .................. Real Property Services, NYS ................. (518) 486-5446 Records and Information Services, NYC Dept of ........... Recreation Centers ........................................................ Red Cross, American ............................. (202) 737-8300 Regulatory Reform, Governor's Ofc ....... (518) 486-3292 Rent Administration, Borough Offices, NYS ................... Rent Info line ........................................ (718) 739-6400 Rent Guidelines Board, NYC ................. (212) 385-2934 Residential Mortgage Insurance Corp ... (212) 227-5500 Retirement Systems Board of Education .............................. (718) 935-5400 Fire Department ................................... (718) 999-1951 NYC Employees ................................... (212) 442-5125 Police Pension Fund ............................ (212) 897-3415 Teachers' Retirement Board ............. (888) 8-NYC-TRS Teachers, NYS ..................................... (518) 447-2666 NYS Police & Fire ................................ (518) 474-2600 Roosevelt Island Operating Corp ........... (212) 832-4540 S Sagamore Hill, National Historic Site ..... (516) 922-4788 St Paul's Church National Historic Site .. (914) 667-4116 Sanitation, Department of, NYC ............. (212) 219-8090 Cleaning & Collection, Bureau of ................................. School Construction Authority, NYC ...... (718) 472-8000 Schomburg Center, NYC ....................... (212) 491-2200 Science & Technology Policy, US Office of .................... Secretary of State, US ................................................... Secret Service, US ................................. (202) 406-5700 Securities & Exchange Comm, US ........ (202) 942-8088 Selective Service System, US ............... (703) 605-4000 Senate, Federal ..................................... (202) 224-3121 Senate, State ................................................................. Senior Services, see Aging ............................................ Senior Action Line (Public Advocate) ..... (212) 669-7670 Shakespeare Festival ............................ (212) 539-8500 Shea Stadium, NYC ............................... (718) 699-4220 Sheriff, Office of, NYC .................................................... Sidewalks, Repair of ............. 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Small Business Administration, US ........ (800) 827-5722

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461 535 276 461 296 260 536 462 415 415 298 196 136 160 140 285 309 466 397 462

520 520 299 300 136 245 482 538 543 536 537 494 429 22 109 258 154 537

Small Claims Court (see Civil Court of NYC Branches) . Smithsonian Institution, US .................... (202) 357-2700 537 Snug Harbor Cultural Center, NYC ........ (718) 448-2500 110 Social Security Administration, US ......... (800) 772-1213 538 Social Security Agency, NYS ................. (518) 474-2140 398 Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Ed .. (212) 650-7700 76 SONYMA (See Mortgage Agency, STATE) Special Counsel, Office of ...................... (800) 872-9855 533 Special Projects & Protocol, NYS .......... (212) 681-4611 463 Sports Commission, NYC ...................... (212) 487-7120 304 Standards & Appeals, Board of, NYC .... (212) 513-4670 304 State, Dept of, NYS ................................ (212) 417-5801 463 Secretary of State, NYS ....................... (212) 417-5801 463 Division of Cemetaries ................................................. 464 Division of Community Services .................................. 464 Office of Fire Prevention & Control .............................. 464 Division of Licensing Services ..................................... 464 Committee on Open Government ................................ 464 S.I. Institute of Arts & Sciences .............. (718) 727-1135 110 State University Construction Fund ....... (518) 689-2500 469 State, Dept of, US .................................. (202) 647-4000 538 Staten Island Botanical Garden, NYC .... (718) 273-8200 110 Staten Island Ferry ............................... (718) 815-BOAT 321 Staten Island, the College of .................. (718) 982-2000 77 Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island .................. (212) 363-3200 520 Street Activity Permits, NYC (see Community Assistance Unit) Street Lights, Inoperative, NYC Call 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Admin ....... 518 Supreme Court, NYS ..................................................... 349 First Judicial District, New York .................................... 349 Civil Term .......................................... (212) 374-8511 349 Criminal Term .................................... (212) 374-4984 351 Second Judicial District Kings& Richmond .................. 352 Civil Term .......................................... (718) 643-5770 352 Criminal Term .................................... (718) 643-7030 353 Richmond County ............................. (718) 390-5290 353 Eleventh Judicial District, Queens ............................... 354 Civil Term .......................................... (718) 520-3713 355 Criminal Term .................................... (718) 520-3469 356 Twelfth Judicial District, Bronx ..................................... 356 Civil Term .......................................... (718) 590-3722 356 Criminal Term .................................... (718) 590-3804 357 Appellate Div-First Dept ....................... (212) 340-0400 346 Appellate Div-Second Dept .................. (718) 875-1300 347 Supreme Court Libraries in NYC ................................... 358 Supreme Court of the United States ...... (202) 479-3000 374 Surgeon General, Office of the .............. (301) 443-4000 516 Surplus & Salvage Procurement, NYC .................. Front Surrogate's Court, NYS .................................................. 373 Bronx County ....................................... (718) 590-4515 374

Kings County ........................................ (718) 643-5262 New York County ................................. (212) 374-8233 Queens County .................................... (718) 520-3116 Richmond County ................................ (718) 390-5400 Swimming Pools, NY City .............................................. T 3-1-1 ....................................................................... Front Tax Appeals Tribunal, NYC .................... (212) 669-2070 Tax Appeals Tribunal, NYS .................... (518) 266-3036 Tax Commission, NYC ........................... (212) 669-4410 Tax Court, US ......................................... (212) 264-3494 Tax Evasion Hotline ....................................................... Tax Forms, NYC ............................................................. Tax Inquiries, Business .................................................. Taxation and Finance Dept of, NYS ............................... Tax Enforcement, Office of ........................................... Taxi & Limousine Commission, NYC ..... (212) 676-1000 Licensing Division ........................................................ Teachers' Retirement Board, NYC ..... (888) 8-NYC-TRS Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of .............. Tennis Courts, NYC ....................................................... Thrift Supervision, Office of, US ............. (202) 906-6000 Thruway Authority (NY State) ................. (518) 436-2700 Trade Administration, International, US(202) 482-2867 . Trade Representative, US .............................................. Traffic Signal & Sign Complaints(212) or(718) CALL DOT Traffic Violations Bureau, NYS ............... (718) 488-5710 Transitional Finance Authority ................ (212) 788-5877 Transportation, Dept of, NYS ................. (718) 482-4594 Transportation, Dept of, NYC 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Transportation, Dept of, US ................... (202) 366-4000 Treasury, Dept of the, US ....................... (202) 622-2000 Treasury, Division of the, NYS ............... (518) 474-7918 Tunnels, MTA, NYS ........................................................ Tunnels, Port Authority, NYS .......................................... U Unemployment Insurance, NYS ..................................... Appeal Board (NYS) .................................................... Uniform State Laws Commn, NYS ......... (607) 723-9511 United Nations ....................................... (212) 963-1234 United Nations Development Corp ........ (212) 888-1618 United Nations, US Mission to ............... (212) 415-4000 Urban Development Corporation, NYS .. (212) 803-3100

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228 305 465 306 383 153 151 151 465 466 307 308 309 467 261 543 467 521 482 448 311 468 311 540 542 466 443 456

422 425 469 547 328 539 406

V Veterans Affairs, Dept of, US ................. (800) 827-1000 Veterans Affairs, Division of, NYS .......... (212) 417-4823 Veterinary & Pest Control Services, NYC ...................... Vice President of the United States ....... (202) 456-1414 Vital Statistics/Vital Records, Bureau of ......................... Vote for Mayor ................................................................ Voter Assistance Commission, NYC ...... (212) 788-8384 W Water Board, NYC ......................................................... Water Finance Authority, NYC Muni ....... (212) 788-5889 Waterfront Commission of NY Harbor .... (212) 742-9280 Water & Sewer Operations, Bureau of ........................... Water Supply, Bureau of ................................................ Wave Hill, NYC ...................................... (718) 549-3200 Weather Service Forecasts, NYC .......... (631) 924-0517 Welfare Inspector General, NYS ............ (212) 417-5822 Wildlife Centers Aquarium .............................................. (718) 265-3400 Bronx Zoo ............................................ (718) 220-5100 Central Park ......................................... (212) 439-6500 Prospect Park ...................................... (718) 399-7339 Queens ................................................ (718) 271-1500 Staten Island ........................................ (718) 442-3101 Women, Division for, NYS ...................... (212) 681-4547 Workers' Compensation Board, NYS ..... (718) 802-6600 Working Papers, NYC ..................... seeLicense Section World Health Organization ............................................. Y Yankee Stadium ..................................... (718) 992-1634 York College ........................................... (718) 262-2000 Youth & Community Devel, Dept of ........ (212) 442-6006 YouthLine, NYC .................................... (800) 246-4646 Z Zoo, see Wildlife Conservation Centers 258 77 331 332 150 330 472 148 149 110 491 473 111 111 111 111 111 110 473 425 552 545 472 171 482 172 4 329

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THE NEW YORK CITY GOVERNMENT

CITY NAMES

ELECTED OFFICIALS

MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG MAYOR WILLIAM C. THOMPSON, JR. COMPTROLLER BETSY GOTBAUM PUBLIC ADVOCATE

BOROUGH PRESIDENTS:

ADOLFO CARRION, JR. THE BRONX MARTY MARKOWITZ BROOKLYN C. VIRGINIA FIELDS MANHATTAN HELEN MARSHALL QUEENS JAMES P. MOLINARO STATEN ISLAND

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MAYORS OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46.

Thomas Willett ............................................ 1665* Thomas Delavall .......................................... 1666 Thomas Willett ............................................. 1667 Cornelius Steenwyck .......................... 1668-1670 Thomas Delavall .......................................... 1671 Matthias Nicolls ........................................... 1672 John Lawrence ............................................ 1673 William Dervall ............................................. 1675 Nicholas De Meyer ...................................... 1676 Stephanus Van Cortlandt ............................ 1677 Thomas Delavall .......................................... 1678 Frances Rombouts ...................................... 1679 William Dyre ....................................... 1680-1681 Cornelius Steenwyck .......................... 1682-1683 Gabriel Minvielle .......................................... 1684 Nicholas Bayard .......................................... 1685 S. Van Cortlandt ................................. 1686-1688 Peter Delanoy ..................................... 1689-1690 John Lawrence ............................................ 1691 Abraham De Peyster .......................... 1692-1694 Charles Lodwik ................................... 1694-1695 William Merrett ................................... 1695-1698 Johannes De Peyster ......................... 1698-1699 David Provost ..................................... 1699-1700 Isaac de Reimer ................................. 1700-1701 Thomas Noell ..................................... 1701-1702 Philip French ...................................... 1702-1703 William Peartree ................................. 1703-1707 Ebenezer Wilson ................................ 1707-1710 Jacobus Van Cortlandt ....................... 1710-1711 Caleb Heathcote ................................. 1711-1714 John Johnson ..................................... 1714-1719 Jacobus Van Cortlandt ....................... 1719-1720 Robert Walters ................................... 1720-1725 Johannes Jansen ............................... 1725-1726 Robert Lurting ..................................... 1726-1735 Paul Richard ....................................... 1735-1739 John Cruger ........................................ 1739-1744 Stephen Bayard .................................. 1744-1747 Edward Holland .................................. 1747-1757 John Cruger, Jr. ................................. 1757-1766 Whitehead Hicks ................................ 1766-1776 David Mathews ..................................... 1776-178 James Duane ....................................... 1784-178 Richard Varick .................................... 1789-1801 Edward Livingston .............................. 1801-1803

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47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93.

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De Witt Clinton ................................... 1803-1807 Marinus Willett .................................... 1807-1808 De Witt Clinton ................................... 1808-1810 Jacob Radcliff ..................................... 1810-1811 De Witt Clinton ................................... 1811-1815 John Ferguson ............................................ 1815 Jacob Radcliff ....................................... 1815-181 Cadwallader D. Colden ...................... 1818-1821 Stephen Allen ....................................... 1821-182 William Paulding ................................. 1825-1826 Philip Hone ......................................... 1826-1827 William Paulding ................................. 1827-1829 Walter Bowne ..................................... 1829-1833 Gideon Lee ........................................... 1833-183 Cornelius W. Lawrence ...................... 1834-1837 Aaron Clark ........................................ 1837-1839 Isaac L. Varian ................................... 1839-1841 Robert H. Morris ................................. 1841-1844 James Harper ..................................... 1844-1845 William F. Havemeyer ........................ 1845-1846 Andrew H. Mickle ............................... 1846-1847 William V. Brady ................................. 1847-1848 William F. Havemeyer ........................ 1848-1849 Caleb S. Woodhull ............................. 1849-1851 Ambrose C. Kingsland ....................... 1851-1853 Jacob A. Westervelt ........................... 1853-1855 Fernando Wood .................................. 1855-1858 Daniel F. Tiemann .............................. 1858-1860 Fernando Wood .................................. 1860-1862 George Opdyke .................................. 1862-1864 C. Godfrey Gunther ............................ 1864-1866 John T. Hoffman ................................. 1866-1868 **T. Coman .................................................. 1868 A. Oakey Hall ..................................... 1869-1872 William F. Havemeyer ........................ 1873-1874 **S.B.H. Vance ............................................ 1874 William H. Wickham ........................... 1875-1876 Smith Ely ............................................ 1877-1878 Edward Cooper .................................. 1879-1880 William R. Grace ................................ 1881-1882 Franklin Edson ................................... 1883-1884 William R. Grace ................................ 1885-1886 Abram S. Hewitt ................................. 1887-1888 Hugh J. Grant ..................................... 1889-1892 Thomas F. Gilroy ................................ 1893-1894 William L. Strong ................................ 1895-1897 Robert A. Van Wyck ........................... 1898-1901 Seth Low ............................................. 1902-1903 George B. McClellan .......................... 1904-1909

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William J. Gaynor ............................... 1910-1913 **Ardolph L. Kline ........................................ 1913 John Purroy Mitchel ........................... 1914-1917 John F. Hylan ..................................... 1918-1925 James J. Walker ............................... 1926-1932 **Joseph V. McKee ..................................... 1932 John P. O'Brien ........................................... 1933 Fiorello H. LaGuardia ......................... 1934-1945 William O'Dwyer ............................. 1946-1950 ***Vincent R. Impellitteri ..................... 1950-1953 Robert F. Wagner ............................... 1954-1965 John V. Lindsay .................................. 1966-1973 Abraham D. Beame ............................ 1974-1977 Edward I. Koch ................................... 1978-1989 David N. Dinkins ................................. 1990-1993 Rudolph W. Giuliani ........................... 1994-2001 Michael R. Bloomberg ................................ 2002-

*Prior to June 15, 1665, (when New Amsterdam was captured by the British) the city was headed by Burgomasters. **Acting Mayor. ***Acting Mayor from Sept. 2, 1950 to Nov. 14, 1950. Elected Mayor Nov. 7, 1950. Resigned Sept. 1, 1932. Resigned Sept. 2, 1950.

VOTE FOR THE MAYOR General Election Held Nov. 6, 2001 Michael Mark Michael Terence Alan R. R. M. G. Bloomberg Green Bloomberg Gray Hevesi (Rep.) (Dem.) (Ind.) (Cons.) (Liberal) 162,096 72,551 174,053 196,241 80,725 685,666 193,372 97,087 206,005 157,897 22,356 676,717 17,701 8,046 14,987 14,191 4,166 59,091 507 642 844 1,219 365 3,577 2,684 847 2,124 1,886 486 8,027

County New York Bronx Kings Queens Richmond Totals

THE MAYOR

The Mayor is the Chief Executive Officer of the City. He is also a Magistrate. The Mayor is a member, ex officio, of the following: Art Commission, Banking Commission (Chairman), and Health Insurance Board. He is also a member, ex officio, of the Board of Trustees of the NY City Employees' Retirement System, American Museum of Natural History, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn Public Library, Carnegie Hall, El Museo del Barrio,

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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Museum of The City of New York, NY Botanical Garden, NY Hall of Science, NY Public Library, NY Shakespeare Festival, Queens Borough Public Library, Queens Botanical Garden, Queens Museum of Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, S.I. Botanical Garden, S.I. Children's Museum, S.I. Historical Society, S.I. Institute of Arts and Sciences, S.I. Zoological Society, Wave Hill and Wildlife Conservation Society. The Mayor may be removed by the Governor only on charges after a hearing. Pending the preparation and disposition of charges, the Governor may suspend the Mayor for a period not exceeding thirty days. In case of a vacancy the Public Advocate shall "act as the Mayor." In case of a vacancy of the Offices of both Mayor and the Public Advocate, the Comptroller shall "act as the Mayor." If the vacancy shall occur before the twentieth day of September in any year, such vacancy shall be filled in the general election held in that year, otherwise it shall be filled in the general election held in the following year. The term of the person then elected Mayor shall begin on January first after such election and shall expire on the date when the term of the Mayor originally elected would have expired. Upon the commencement of the term of the thus elected Mayor, the Public Advocate or the Comptroller then acting as Mayor shall complete the term of the office to which he was elected if any remains.

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR

City Hall, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-3000 City of New York Internet home page: NYC.gov

Michael R. Bloomberg (of Manhattan), Mayor (R-L). Elected at the general election held November 6, 2001, for a term of four years, expiring December 31, 2005. Salary $1.00.

Executive Assistant to the Mayor--Irene Pistorino Assistant to the Mayor--Melissa Ferguson Aide to the Mayor--Karen Greene Marc V. Shaw, Deputy Mayor for Operations (212) 788-3137 Salary $168,700 The Deputy Mayor for Operations is responsible for overseeing all of the operating agencies of the City and the delivery of public services. The Deputy Mayor directs the City's relations with federal, state and local governing entities and serves as the Mayor's chief liaison with elected officials. The Deputy Mayor

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advises and assists the Mayor regarding the financial management and business practices of the City. In the Mayor's absence, the Deputy Mayor for Operations is delegated the authority to act on the Mayor's behalf. Dennis M. Walcott Deputy Mayor for Policy (212) 788-3106 Salary $168,700 The Deputy Mayor for Policy advises and assists the Mayor regarding all policies, planning, programs and initiatives and helps to ensure their implementation. The Deputy Mayor serves as a liaison with the Department of Education, School Construction Authority, CUNY, the Health and Hospitals Corporation and the New York City Housing Authority and is responsible for the Mayor's Offices of AIDS Policy Coordination, Adult Literacy and Health Insurance Access. Chief of Staff--Ernest F. Hart (212) 788-4631 Daniel L. Doctoroff Deputy Mayor for Economic Development and Rebuilding (212) 788-0120 Salary $1.00 The Deputy Mayor for Economic Development and Rebuilding oversees the City's economic development agencies, including City Planning, Economic Development Corporation, Housing Preservation and Development, Housing Development Corporation, Department of Consumer Affairs and Department of Small Business Services. The Deputy Mayor oversees the planning and implementation of the policies that affect the economic prosperity of New York City. He has responsibility for coordinating efforts to secure the 2012 Olympic Games. He also oversees New York City' s physical and economic response to the events of Septemth ber 11 , including coordinating with the city and state agencies, the federal government and the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation to redevelop the World Trade Center site and the financial district. Chief of Staff--Sharon Greenberger (212) 788-8510 Patricia E. Harris Deputy Mayor for Administration (212) 788-2990 Salary $168,700

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The Deputy Mayor for Administration oversees and coordinates the operations for the Department of Cultural Affairs, Department of Parks and Recreation and the Commission for the United Nations, Consular Corps and Protocol. This office organizes and monitors City­sponsored events, Gracie Mansion and also maintains liaison with and reviews the activities of the Mayor's Voluntary Action Center, Art Commission, Landmarks Preservation Commission, Public Private Initiatives (PPI), Central Park Conservancy, libraries, performing arts organizations, gardens and zoos. Chief of Staff--Nanette Smith (212) 788-3034 Carol A. Robles-Roman Deputy Mayor for Legal Affairs and Counsel to the Mayor (212) 788-3102 Salary $168,700 The Deputy Mayor for Legal Affairs oversees the Commission on Human Rights, Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings, Office of Immigrant Affairs and Language Services, Office to Combat Domestic Violence, Office of the Criminal Justice Coordinator, Commission on the Status of Women, Office of People with Disabilities and Office of Veteran Affairs. The Counsel to the Mayor serves as the Mayor's personal legal advisor on matters involving the City of New York. As such, she advises the Mayor with regard to legal and policy issues which affect the implementation of Mayoral initiatives, programs and operations. The Counsel also serves as the liaison to the Mayor's Advisory Committee on the Judiciary, and her office represents the Mayor on various boards, including the New York City Police Department Pension Fund Board of Trustees, the New York City Fire Department Pension Fund Board of Trustees, the Office of Labor Relations Deferred Compensation Board, and the Board of Collective Bargaining. Deputy Counsel/Records Access Officer--Michael Best (212) 788-8111 Special Counsel--Anthony Crowell (212) 788-3013 Chief of Staff/Special Counsel--Stacey Cumberbatch (212) 788-4694

Peter Madonia Chief of Staff (212) 788-2728 Salary $162,800 The Mayor's Chief of Staff oversees all aspects of the Mayor's

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Office, including scheduling, advance, correspondence, citywide services, appointments, fiscal and administrative affairs. The Chief of Staff also serves as an advisor to the Mayor on personnel, operational and policy matters. He also serves as the liaison to the Mayor's Committee on Appointments. Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff--Archana Jayaram (212) 788-7477 Deputy Chief of Staff for Administration--Vacant (212) 788-3007 Deputy Chief of Staff for Scheduling and Advance--Shea Fink (212) 788-2608 Vincent La Padula Senior Advisor to the Mayor (212) 788-2930 Salary $162,800 The Senior Advisor to the Mayor is responsible for the development of reform initiatives designed to connect the Mayor and the City Government as a whole, to the people of the City of New York. To this end, the Senior Advisor oversees the Community Assistance Unit, the Office of Emergency Management, and the Department of Information, Technology and Telecommunications and works to facilitate communication between the public and private sectors. The Senior Advisor also advises the Mayor regarding the day-to-day interactions between the City and the public. Kevin Sheekey Special Advisor to the Mayor (212) 788-2950 Salary $150,000 The Special Advisor to the Mayor oversees special initiatives undertaken at the Mayor's direction. Ester R. Fuchs Special Advisor for Governance and Strategic Planning (212) 788-3128 Salary $120,000 The Special Advisor for Governance and Strategic Planning is responsible for developing and implementing reform initiatives for City agencies as well as advising on new, innovative and efficient ways to deliver public services. Working with the Mayor, Deputy Mayors and Commissioners, the Special Advisor for Governance and Strategic Planning advises on governance issues, conducts strategic planning and contributes to community building.

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Alan Gartner Director of Research (212) 788-3064

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To enhance the effectiveness of City services, the Director of Research works with City agencies in identifying individual and collective research, program priorities and reaches out to other jurisdictions to identify exemplary practices. MAYOR'S COMMITTEE ON APPOINTMENTS 253 Broadway, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-2884 Established in 2002 by Executive Order No. 6, as amended by Executive Order No. 12, the committee assists the Mayor in the recruitment and evaluation of highly qualified persons for appointment and reappointment to agencies, boards, commissions and other public bodies. The Committee consists of five to ten members, including a chairman designated by the Mayor. Each member is appointed and serves at the pleasure of the Mayor. Chair--Nathan Leventhal Executive Director--Andrea Shapiro Davis (212) 788-2721 ART COMMISSION City Hall, New York, New York 10007 (212) 788-3071; Fax: (212) 788-3086 TTY/TDD: (212) 788-3091 NYC.gov/artcommission Established in 1898, the Art Commission's function is to review and approve designs for works of art, architecture, landscape architecture, and street furniture proposed to be erected on or above City-owned property; and to oversee the conservation of the City's art collection. The Commission is composed of eleven members, seven of whom are appointed by the Mayor from a list submitted by the Fine Arts Federation of New York. Terms are for three years or until a successor is appointed. Commissioners serve without salary, and membership must include a painter, a sculptor, an architect, a landscape architect, three lay members, and representatives of the Mayor, the New York Public Library, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Public meetings are held on the second Monday of every month except August.

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Members Term Expires Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor .................................... Ex officio Jean Parker Phifer, Architect, President ............................... December 31, 2001 Michele H. Bogart, Lay Member, Vice President ................. December 31, 2000 Bud Konheim, Lay Member .......................................... December 31, 1999 Joyce Frank Menschel, The Metropolitan Museum of Art ............................ Ex officio Abby S. Milstein, The New York Public Library ................................. Ex officio Jean Rather, Painter ................................. December 31, 1999 Otis Pratt Pearsall The Brooklyn Museum ........................................... Ex officio Nancy Rosen Mayor's Representative ......................................... Ex officio Donald J. Walsh, Landscape Architect ............................. December 31, 2000 Vacant, Sculptor

Executive Director--Deborah Bershad CITYWIDE COORDINATOR FOR AIDS POLICY 346 Broadway, Rm. 1115, New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-2752; Fax: (212) 788-9360 Established in April 1992, this Office coordinates the efforts of City agencies that provide HIV/AIDS-related programs and services, develops policies and programs, acts as liaison with community agencies, and represents the City on issues relating to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. This office oversees the activities of the HIV Health and Human Services Planning Council and serves as the grantee of the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program. Director--Frank Oldham, Jr. Director of Housing--Gary B. Sutnick Director of Strategic Planning--Kevin Garrett MAYOR'S OFFICE OF CITYWIDE SERVICES City Hall, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-7477 Fax: (212) 788-3127; (212) 788-9977 The office is responsible for analyzing and monitoring all Planned Action Reports (PARs) submitted by Mayoral agencies to ensure that agencies comply with all personnel rules, regulations and guidelines. Additionally, the office reviews all out-of-city travel requests for agencies.

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Director­Vicki Metzger

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COMMISSION TO COMBAT POLICE CORRUPTION 17 Battery Place, Suite 327, New York, NY 10004 (212) 487-7350 NYC.gov/html/ccpc/home.html Established by Executive Order on February 27, 1995, the Commission to Combat Police Corruption (Police Commission) is empowered to act as an independent monitor to review and evaluate Police Department anti-corruption measures, to ensure that the Police Department remains vigilant in combating corruption and to assure the public that the Police Department is implementing and maintaining an effective anti-corruption program. The Police Commission makes a written report at least annually to the Mayor and the Police Commissioner. The commission is comprised of five unsalaried members appointed by the Mayor, has a full-time staff headed by an executive director and meets weekly. Police Commission members serve for three-year terms (initial members were appointed to staggered terms up to three years) and until a replacement is appointed.

Members 6 vacancies

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Executive Director--Julie Block. Salary $102,000 (212) 487-7376 MAYOR'S OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS City Hall, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-0268; Fax: (212) 788-9711 Salary $168,200 The Director of Communications serves as an advisor on policy, communications, and organizational issues. The office works closely with the Mayor's Press Office to coordinate communications strategy for the administration's initiatives. Director of Communications--William T. Cunningham Executive Assistant to the Director of Communications-- Megan McDermott MAYOR'S COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE UNIT 100 Gold St., 2nd Flr., New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-7418 Fax: (212) 788-7754 NYC.gov/html/cau Established by Executive Order No. 6 of February 8, 1978, the

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Unit maintains liaison with community groups, civic/neighborhood associations, and public and private agencies in order to address and bring to the attention of the Mayor and other appropriate City officials' issues and problems of concern to communities. The Unit coordinates the Mayor's Town Hall meetings and represents the Mayor at community meetings. It is responsible for coordinating activities of city agencies with respect to the implementation and operation of City Charter provisions concerning Community Boards and District Service Cabinets. The Unit exercises all functions, powers and duties regarding street activity permits. Commissioner--Jonathan Greenspun (212) 788-7417 Deputy Commissioner--Thomas Curitore (212) 788-7419 Chief of Staff--Vacant (212) 788-7418 Emergency Operations Unit: (212) 788-7434 Street Activity Permit Office: (212) 788-7439 MAYOR'S OFFICE OF CONTRACTS 253 Broadway, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-0010; Fax: (212) 788-0049 NYC.gov/moc Established in 1988 and continued by Executive Order No. 11 of July 26, 1994, the Mayor's Office of Contracts oversees and supports the procurement activities of City agencies; maintains a comprehensive contract information system known as VENDEX; provides online access to public contract information through its Public Access Center; directs the City's procurement reform, streamlining and new technology efforts; fosters contacts with the vendor community; and administers public hearings for contracts, real property, franchises and concessions, and in rem property foreclosure releases. The Director is the City Chief Procurement Officer. Director--Marla Simpson (212) 788-0018 CORRESPONDENCE SERVICES One Centre Street, Room 2358, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-2876; Fax: (212) 788-442-5603 The Correspondence Services unit receives, tracks and routes letters, faxes and e-mails addressed to the Mayor. This unit also includes the Mayor's mailroom and the Central Messenger Service which receives and delivers mail for all mayoral staff. Director--Jody J. Kaplan (212) 788-2876 Central Messenger Service--(212) 788-7530 Mail Room--(212) 788-2459

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OFFICE OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATOR One Centre Street, Room 1012 North, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-6810; Fax: (212) 788-6847 The Office of the Criminal Justice Coordinator, established pursuant to Section 13 of the City Charter, is primarily the Mayor's advisor on criminal justice policy and legislation and is responsible for coordinating the activities of the City criminal justice agencies, including the Police Department, the Fire Department, the Department of Correction, the Department of Probation and the Department of Juvenile Justice and serves as the City's primary liaison with the court system, the five District Attorneys and the State criminal justice system. Additional responsibilities include oversight of the arrest to arraignment system, the use of City monies for legal services to indigent defendants, funding of alternative to incarceration programs, the City's Court Facilities Master Plan and PINS services. Criminal Justice Coordinator--John Feinblatt Deputy Coordinator--Eric S. Lee (212) 788-8127 Deputy Coordinator for Research/Policy--Michele Sviridoff (212) 788-6848 Associate Coordinator--Martin H. Becker (212) 788-6795 Counsel--Vacant (212) 788-6818 Special Counsel--Richard Plansky (212) 788-6783 OFFICE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES (MOPD) 100 Gold St., 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-2830 TTY/TDD (212) 788-2838; Fax: (212) 999-7058 NYC.gov/html/mopd Established by Executive Order No. 17 in 1990, the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities functions as a liaison between the disability community and City government, and works collaboratively with other agencies to assure that the rights and needs of people with disabilities are included in all City initiatives. The office is responsible for developing City policies concerning people with disabilities, overseeing and assisting in implementation of City compliance with laws recognizing rights of people with disabilities, providing information on disability related matters and housing referrals and advises the Department of Buildings on the implementation of Building Code accessibility provisions (Local Law 58). The Director co-chairs the City's Americans with Disabilities Act Task Force, the Pedestrian Ramp Committee and serves as a statutory member to the Transportation Disabled Committee.

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MAYOR'S OFFICE TO COMBAT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (OCDV) 100 Gold Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-3156; Fax: (212) 788-2798 NYC.gov/domesticviolence Established as a permanent office in 2002 by Chapter 19 of the New York City Charter, the Mayor's Office to Combat Domestic Violence (OCDV) is committed to reducing domestic violence through prevention, intervention and offender accountability. The office coordinates the domestic violence services and programs provided by fifteen City agencies. Working in partnership with other agencies, community-based organizations and the private sector, it develops and implements comprehensive programs that deal with all areas of domestic violence, including teen relationship abuse, substance abuse, the delivery of criminal justice and health services in diverse communities and adult literacy. OCDV is also responsible for public education and training on domestic violence issues and conducts citywide public education campaigns. As the City's advocate for domestic violence issues, this office develops and recommends a comprehensive legislative agenda. Commissioner--Yolanda Jimenez Deputy Commissioner--Monique Imbert Special Assistant--Vacant Law Enforcement Coordinator--Thomas Lowney Community Outreach and Training Coordinator--Aida Paez COUNCIL ON THE ENVIRONMENT OF NEW YORK CITY 51 Chambers St., Rm. 228, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-7900; Fax: (212) 788-7913 The Council, a privately funded citizens' organization in the Office of the Mayor, was formed in 1970 to promote environmental awareness among New Yorkers. Activities include: The Open Space Greening Program which provides material and technical assistance to community sponsored open space projects in the five boroughs; Greenmarket, a series of farmers' markets; The Training Student Organizers Program which trains high school and college students to organize environmental improvement projects in schools and neighborhoods; The Waste Prevention and Recycling Service which assists businesses in establishing cost-effective waste reduction systems. Honorary Chair--Marian S. Heiskell Chair--Forrest Church Executive Director--Lys McLaughlin

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FISCAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT City Hall, New York, NY 10007 This Office encompasses the fiscal and administrative functions of the Office of the Mayor. This includes the management of personnel, facilities, payroll and timekeeping, budget, accounts payable, contracts, grants and management information systems. Director of Fiscal and Administrative Management-- Vacant (212) 788-3007; Fax: (212) 788-9711 Director, Administrative Operations--Jean Ross (212) 788-3014 Director, Fiscal Operations/Agency Chief Contracting Officer--Vicki Metzger (212) 788-2676 Director, Management Information Systems-- Garish Chhugani (212) 788-2859 Director, Payroll and Timekeeping--Carmelo F. Goiricelaya (212) 788-2423 Director, Personnel--Bruce McDougald (212) 788-2650 OFFICE OF HEALTH INSURANCE ACCESS (MOHIA) 51 Chambers St., 1st. Floor, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-8282 or 1-888-NYC-6116 for program eligibility and enrollment information; TTY: 1-866-692-9900 NYC.gov/healthstat The mission of the Mayor's Office of Health Insurance Access (MOHIA) is to increase access to and improve health insurance for New Yorkers. The first priority is to ensure that everyone who is eligible but not yet enrolled in a public health insurance program gets enrolled. To accomplish this, every city agency is helping to educate, and in some cases enroll, people in programs. MOHIA is also working closely with private organizations to accomplish this goal. Executive Director--Majorie A. Cadogan (212) 788-8267 Deputy Director--Vacant (212) 788-8358 HIV HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES PLANNING COUNCIL Office of the Mayor, AIDS Policy Coordination 346 Broadway, Rm. 1115 New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-2752 Fax: (212) 788-9360 Established by Executive Order No. 23 on January 18, 1991, the Council of 45 members appointed by the Mayor determines priorities for allocation of funds received through Title I of the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act of 1990, and develops comprehensive plans for efficient

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organization and delivery of HIV/AIDS services. The Council annually elects a Community Co-chair and the Citywide Coordinator for AIDS Policy, appointed by the Mayor, serves as the Governmental Co-chair. Governmental Co-Chair--Frank Oldham, Jr. OFFICE OF IMMIGRANT AFFAIRS 100 Gold Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-7654 Fax: (212) 788-9389 NYC.gov/immigrants The Office of Immigrant Affairs is a bridge between immigrant and limited English-speaking communities and City government. Functions include policy analysis and recommendation, constituency services, public education, outreach and events. The office also links City government with community-based organizations, manages the citywide volunteer language bank, and coordinates translations and interpreting services for City government. Commissioner--Sayu V. Bhojwani OFFICE OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS City Hall, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-2162; Fax: (212) 788-9711 This Office coordinates the activities of the City, State and Federal Legislative Affairs Offices and is the liaison between City and other governments. Director--Haeda B. Mihaltses OFFICE OF CITY LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS 100 Gold Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-3678; Fax: (212) 788-2647 This Office represents the Mayor and City agencies at the City Council, and serves as liaison between the Administration and the Offices of the Comptroller, Public Advocate, and Borough Presidents. Director--John A. Crotty OFFICE OF STATE LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS 111 Washington Ave., Rm. 201, Albany, NY 12210 (518) 447-5200; Fax: (518) 462-5870 This Office represents the Mayor and City agencies before the State Legislature, the Governor and State agencies, and reviews

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Director--Anthony Piscitelli NEW YORK CITY FEDERAL AFFAIRS OFFICE 1301 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Suite 350 Washington, DC 20004 (202) 624-5900; Fax: (202) 624-5926 This Office is the intergovernmental liaison between City government and the Federal government and is responsible for presenting the City's interests to the Congress and the Executive Branch. Director--Judy L. Chesser (202) 624-5910 Deputy Daly Director--William Daly (202) 624-5908 MAYOR'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 36 W. 44th St., New York, NY 10036 (212) 944-6225 Fax: (212) 768-4115 NYC.gov/judiciary This Committee submits recommendations to the Mayor from which the Mayor makes appointments to the Family Court, to the Criminal Court and interim appointments to the Civil Court. The Committee is composed of nineteen members, nine including the Chair and Vice Chair selected by the Mayor, eight selected by the Mayor from nominations submitted by the Presiding Justices for the First and Second Departments, and two selected by the Mayor from nominations submitted by the deans of the law schools within New York City on a rotating basis. Members nominated by law school deans serve for a term of one year and all other members serve for two year terms. Vacancies in the Committee are filled in the same manner as initial appointments and persons appointed to fill vacancies shall serve for the remainder of the term. A member of the Committee may be removed by the Mayor for cause. Chair--Zachary Carter Vice Chair--Robert Keating Executive Director--Desiree Kim NEW YORK CITY LOFT BOARD 49-51 Chambers St., Room 1006, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-7610 Fax: (212) 788-7501 NYC.gov/html/loft

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buildings converted to residential use.

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Patricia J. Lancaster Chuck DeLaney Vacant Vacant Michael Schill Margaret L. Shaw Betty Wilde-Biasiny Lewis Todd

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Commissioner of Buildings Loft residential tenants Real estate industry Loft manufacturing interests Public Public Public Public

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9/29/1990 N/A N/A 9/29/2001 9/29/1997 9/29/1992 9/29/2000

Acting Executive Director--Leslie Torres (212) 788-7619 Director of Operations--Vacant Director of Hearings--Vacant OFFICE OF MIDTOWN ENFORCEMENT 330 W. 42nd St., 26th Fl, New York, NY 10036 (212) 788-7140 Established on January 19, 1976 to improve conditions in Times Square, the Office now coordinates the delivery of City services and undertakes legal and other enforcement strategies in midtown Manhattan (14th Street to 60th Street, East to West). The Office also develops specific civil enforcement initiatives in other areas of the city, at the direction of the Criminal Justice Coordinator. The Director is an ex-officio member of the Mayor's Midtown Citizens Committee and a member of the Board of Directors of the Time Square Business Improvement District and the Fashion Center Business Improvement District. Acting Director--M. Virginia Sullivan OFFICE OF OPERATIONS 253 Broadway, 10th Flr, New York, NY 10013 (212) 442-8130 Fax: (212) 676-8280 NYC.gov/operations Established pursuant to section 15 of the City Charter, the Office of Operations oversees the daily operations of City agencies. It coordinates City initiatives and assists agencies in improving

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service quality and delivery and in measuring performance to provide greater public accountability. The Office publishes the Charter mandated Mayor's Management Report (MMR). The MMR, which is released twice a year, serves as a public report card about the way City services affect the lives of City residents. Director--Susan L. Kupferman First Deputy Director--Myrna Ramon Chief of Staff--Helene Fromm MAYOR'S PRESS OFFICE City Hall, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-2958 Fax: (212) 788-2975 This Office serves as a liaison with the news media and public information offices of Mayoral agencies. Also oversees the Photography, Research and Speechwriting units of the Mayor's Office. Press Secretary--Edward Skyler First Deputy Press Secretary--Jordan Barowitz Mayor's Photo Unit--Kristen Artz, Edward L. Reeed (212) 788-2805 NEW YORK CITY COMMISSION FOR THE UNITED NATIONS, CONSULAR CORPS AND PROTOCOL 2 United Nations Plaza, 27th Fl., New York, NY 10017 (212) 319-9300; Fax: (212) 319-3430 NYC.gov/international Established by Executive Order No. 35, the NYC Commission consists of three divisions and houses the Sister City Program. Commissioner--Marjorie B. Tiven General Counse--Bryan X. Grimaldi Division for the United Nations and Consular Corps The Division serves as the official liaison between the Office of the Mayor (as well as all City agencies) and the United Nations, 191 Permanent Missions, and 100 Consulates. The main purpose is to facilitate positive relations among members of the international community, local, state, and federal governments, and New Yorkers. We provide advice and supervision to City agencies in international matters. Staff assists the international diplomatic community, as well as private citizens and government agencies.

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Division for International Business The Division's objective is to attract international business and investment and to increase expansion opportunities for existing international businesses. Additionally, the Division welcomes international companies that are newly locating in the City and links international companies to non-profit businesses and cultural institutions. Deputy Commissioner--Linda K. Gras Director­Elizabeth Daly Office for Protocol 100 Gold St., 2nd Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-2605; Fax (212) 788-3235 The Office for Protocol provides assistance with matters involving ceremonial courtesies and extends hospitality due heads of state, distinguished visitors and other dignitaries on behalf of the Mayor and the City of New York. In addition, the office serves as the liaison between visiting dignitaries and the Mayor. Director of Protocol--Leni Liftin Sister City Program The Sister City Program maintains special cultural, economic, technological, and educational relationships with six Sister Cities and other cities of the world. President­Ambassador Nancy Soderberg Executive Director­Ciara Knudsen MAYOR'S OFFICE OF SPECIAL PROJECTS AND COMMUNITY EVENTS 1 Centre St., Rm. 2358, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-2569 Established by Executive Order No. 68 of August 25, 1976, the Office shall organize, manage and direct all public ceremonies, celebrations, receptions, and similar functions held under City auspices by order of the Mayor; coordinate the activities of the various City agencies and departments with regard to the planning and implementation of special events, and maintain liaison with the private sector for the coordination and support of City-sponsored events. Director--Terry D. Jackson (212) 788-2561

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OFFICE OF VETERANS AFFAIRS 346 Broadway, Rm. 819, New York, NY 10013 (212) 442-4171; Fax: (212) 442-4170 NYC.gov/veterans

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Established by Local Law #53 in 1987, the Mayor's Office of Veteran Affairs coordinates the activities between the City and the nearly 400 veteran organizations that operate within the five boroughs. The Director also acts as the Liaison to the Military i.e., Active Duty, Reserve and Guard components deployed within our boundaries. This office assists and informs members of the armed services who are residents of the City in relation to matters pertaining to education and training; health, medical and rehabilitation services and facilities; employment and re-employment services; provisions of federal, state and local laws affording special rights and privileges to members of the Armed Forces, veterans and their families.

Deputy Director--Clarice Joynes (212) 676-6098 MAYOR'S VOLUNTARY ACTION CENTER (MVAC) 49-51 Chambers St., Suite 1231 New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-7550; Fax: (212) 788-7570 NYC.gov/volunteer Established by Mayoral Order in 1966, this Office (MVAC) serves government and not-for-profit agencies; mobilizes the City's volunteer "people power potential"; acts as a clearinghouse for the recruitment and referral of volunteers and provides professional consultation for the development and administration of volunteer programs. The CLOTHING BANK: New Clothes for the Homeless and Needy, a program of MVAC, distributes new clothing to agencies and organizations that serve the homeless and needy in the five boroughs. Executive Director--Nazli Parvizi Assistant Director/Director of CLOTHING BANK-- Barbara A. Cooper COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN 100 Gold Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-2738; Fax: (212) 788-3298 NYC.gov/women Established by Executive Order No. 28 of March 31, 1975, the forty-six member Commission is an advisory body to the Mayor. The Commission initiates programs, supports legislation and seeks changes in public policy to improve the status of women in

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New York City. It links women and/or organizations to resources supportive of women's equality and encourages women to empower themselves and become advocates in the struggle for equal rights. The Commission also coordinates the Women's Advisors Program which works to improve the employment status and work environment of women municipal employees. Chair--Anne Sutherland Fuchs Executive Director--Carmen Rita Torrent

PUBLIC ADVOCATE FOR THE CITY OF NEW YORK

Municipal Bldg., 15th Fl. North, New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-7200; Fax: (212) 669-4701; TTY/TDD: (212) 669-7438 www.pubadvocate.nyc.gov Ombudsman Line (212) 669-7250 Public Advocate's Senior Action Line (212) 669-7670 An independently elected public official, the Public Advocate represents the consumers of City services. She reviews and investigates complaints about City services, assesses whether agencies are responsive to the public, and recommends improvements in agency programs and complaint handling procedures; he serves as ombudsman, or go-between, for individuals who are having trouble getting the service, help or answer they need from City agencies; she monitors the effectiveness of the City's public information and education efforts. The Public Advocate presides at meetings of the City Council, has the right to participate in the discussions of the Council, is an ex officio member of all Council committees and can sponsor local legislation. She votes only in the event of a tie. The Public Advocate also monitors compliance of City officers and agencies with the New York City Charter. The Public Advocate chairs the Commission on Public Information and Communication and appoints one of its 11 members. She sits on the Board of Trustees of the New York City Employees' Retirement System and is also an ex officio member of the board of the Museum of the City of New York and the Queens Borough Public Library. She appoints one member of the City Planning Commission, whose members serve five-year terms, and she serves on the committee to select the director of the Independent Budget Office. The Public Advocate succeeds the Mayor in the event that the Mayor resigns, is removed, dies or otherwise is unable to discharge his powers and duties. A vacancy in the office of Public Advocate will be filled by popular election. In the interim, the

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Speaker of the City Council becomes a member of all the boards on which the Public Advocate sits.

Betsy Gotbaum (D), Public Advocate. Salary $150,000. Elected Nov. 6, 2001. Term expires Dec. 31, 2005. (212) 669-7200; Fax: (212) 669-4701

Senior Advisor--Ramon Martinez III (212) 669-8390 Deputy Chief of Staff--Scott Coccaro (212) 669-4119 Scheduler--Erin Kreindler (212) 669-4102 Executive Assistant to the Public Advocate--Ben Greenblum (212) 669-4258 Executive Secretary to the Public Advocate--April Callahan (212) 669-4102 Deputy Advocate for Communication--Demetrius Vlasto (212) 669-4166 Deputy Advocate for Ombudsman Services-- Elizabeth Blaney (212) 669-7250 Deputy Advocate for Policy & Research--Katherine Allison (212) 669-4719 Assistant Deputy Advocate for Administration--Elba Feliciano (212) 669-2179

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One Centre St., Municipal Bldg., Rm. 530, New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-3500 Fax (212) 669-8878 www.comptroller.nyc.gov An independently elected official, the Comptroller advises the Mayor, the City Council, and the public of the City's financial condition, and makes recommendations on City programs and operations, fiscal policies, and financial transactions. The Comptroller also audits and examines all matters relating to the City's finances; registers proposed contracts; verifies budget authorization and codes for contracts; determines credit needs, terms and conditions; prepares warrants for payment; and issues and sells City obligations. In addition, the Comptroller's office conducts performance analyses of City agencies to promote efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of City services; helps ensure the safeguarding of assets and the accuracy of accounting data; audits City financial transactions; settles and adjusts all claims for or against the City and approves emergency contracts. The Comptroller also is the custodian and delegated investment adviser to all five of the City's pension boards, manages the sinking funds and all other City-held trust funds, including five pension funds; maintains the City's accounts; and publishes the City's annual financial statement.

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The Comptroller is a member of the Banking Commission, State Financial Control Board, Franchise and Concession Review Committee, Industrial Development Agency, Financial Information Services Agency, and Community Action Board. The Comptroller appoints two members to the Procurement Policy Board. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the New York City Employees' Retirement System, the Teachers' Retirement System, the Fire Department Pension Fund, the Police Pension Fund, and numerous cultural institutions and Business Improvement Districts in the City The Comptroller can be removed by the Governor only on charges after a hearing. Pending the preparation and disposition of charges, the Governor may suspend the Comptroller for a period not exceeding thirty days. In the case of a vacancy, the First Deputy Comptroller "shall act as Comptroller" until a Comptroller is duly elected by the people for the remainder of the unexpired term and has qualified.

William C. Thompson, Jr., Comptroller (D). Elected at the general election held Nov. 6, 2001 for a term of four years, expiring Dec. 31, 2005. Salary $160,000, as fixed by Sec. 91 of the New York City Charter.

Deputy Comptroller, Chief of Staff--Gayle M. Horwitz (212) 669-2357 First Deputy Comptroller--Adam M. Blumenthal (212) 669-2822 Deputy Comptroller, Policy, Audit, Contracts and Accountancy­ Greg Brooks (212) 669-8493 Deputy Comptroller, External Relations--Eduardo Castell (212) 669-3858 Deputy Comptroller/General Counsel--Phyllis Taylor (212) 669-2048 Deputy Comptroller, Claims and Adjudications Heriberto Barbot, Jr. (212) 669-2499 Deputy Comptroller, Budget--Andrew Joseph (212) 669-2038 Deputy Comptroller, Public Finance--Rita Sallis (212) 669-8318 Deputy Comptroller, Asset Management-Horatio Sparkes (212) 669-2020 Chief Investment Officer--Vacant Director, Scheduling and Special Events--Teisha Hills (212) 669-2304 Director of Communications--Marc Kalech (212) 669-2401 Press Secretary--Jeff Simmons (212) 669-3747 Special Assistants to the Comptroller

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Arelis Echevarria (212) 669-2347 Joseph Haslip (212) 669-2318

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General Information..........................................(212) 669-7318 Hotline to Report Waste, Fraud & Mismanagement in City Government ....................................... (212) 669-4600 Audit Library ...................................................... (212) 669-7314 Bonds and Note Information ............................. (212) 669-4988 Citizen Action Center ........................................ (212) 669-3916 Claims: Property Claims ................................................ (212) 669-8750 Personal Injury Claims ...................................... (212) 669-8689 Contract Claims ................................................ (212) 669-4740 Sidewalk Claims ................................................ (212) 669-4786 Certificate of Residency .................................... (212) 669-8740 Community Relations ........................................ (212) 669-3089 Condemnation Settlements & Awards .............. (212) 669-2028 Contract Information ......................................... (212) 669-2323 General Counsel ............................................... (212) 669-7778 Labor Law, Prevailing Wage Complaints .......... (212) 669-4437 Payroll (Call Individual Agency's Payroll Office) Pension Inquiries .............................................. (212) 669-4987 Press Office ...................................................... (212) 669-3747 Records Access Officer (Marilyn Bodner) ......... (212) 669-4952 Real Estate Tax Cancellation (not-for-profits) ... (212) 669-2015 Real Estate Tax Certiorari ................................. (212) 669-2025 Vendor Payments ............................................. (212) 669-7880 DEPUTY COMPTROLLER/CHIEF OF STAFF One Centre St., Municipal Bldg., Rm. 530, New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-2357 Deputy Comptroller--Gayle M. Horwitz Director, Equal Employment Opportunities Annette Hernandez (212) 669-2624 Bureau of Administrative Services 1 Centre Street, Rm. 702, New York, N.Y. 10007 Bureau Chief­Amedeo D'Angelo (212) 669-2223 Deputy Bureau Chief­Paul Marks (212) 669-7835 Asst. Bureau Chief, Payroll & Timekeeping (Comptroller's Staff Only)­Ores Chever (212) 669-7830 Facilities Management­Thomas Papsodero (212) 669-8698 Purchasing Division (ACCO)­Anita Grant (212) 669-7426 Vouchering-Catherina Frances­Gray (212) 669-7386 Mail Room­Morris Berkowitz (212) 669-7408

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Assistant Comptroller for Information Technology, Chief Information Officer Michael Bott (212) 669-3737 Bureau of Information Services Bureau Chief--Martin Nyear (212) 669-2900 Deputy Bureau Chief--John O'Callaghan (212) 669-4770 Assistant Bureau Chief--Dorian Fulvio (212) 669-2858 Director, Application Development--Kevin Jordan (212) 669-2107 Director, Operations--Thomas DiCanio (212) 669-4704 Information Systems Fax (212) 815-8511 or 815-8500 FIRST DEPUTY COMPTROLLER 1 Centre Street, Municipal Bldg., Room 736, New York, NY 10007 First Deputy Comptroller--Adam M. Blumenthal (212) 669-2822 Budget & Financial Analysis Deputy Comptroller--Andrew Joseph (212) 669-2038 Bureau of Fiscal & Budget Studies Budget Chief--Eng-Kai Tan (212) 669-2285 Chief Economist--John Tepper Marlin (212) 669-2939 Bureau of Financial Analysis Bureau Chief--Tina Lubin (212) 669-4992 Assistant Director--Robert DeLaurentis (212) 669-4992 Commercial Banking Director--Denise Pease (212) 669-7304 Pensions Deputy Comptroller--Horatio Sparkes (212) 669-2020 Assistant Comptroller, Pension Policy--Kenneth Sylvester (212) 669-2013 Pension Board Liaison--Joseph Haslip (212) 669-2813 Asset Management Chief Investment Officer--Vacant Bureau Chief--David Jeter (212) 669-8539 Managing Director, Private Markets--Josh Wolf-Powers (212) 669-3571 Managing Director, Public Markets --John Burns (212) 669-2016 Trading--Leroy Smith (212) 669-3115 Contracts--Noreen Pye (212) 669-4949 Investment Control--Marsha Bendes (212) 669-2902

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Public Finance Deputy Comptroller--Rita Sallis (212) 669-8318 Director--Michael Stern (212) 669-2320 POLICY, AUDIT, CONTRACTS AND ACCOUNTANCY 1 Centre Street, Rm. 530, New York, NY 10007 Deputy Comptroller--Greg Brooks (212) 669-8493 Office of Contract Administration Assistant Comptroller--John Graham (212) 669-2797 Deputy Director--John Goddard (212) 669-4906 Contract Procurement & Review Division--Michael Skrak (212) 669-7317 Contract Registration--Lois Johnson (212) 669-3301 Contract Information--Nancy Stangeland (212) 669-2323 Emergency Procurement--Steve Malusa (212) 669-2082

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Audit Bureau Director, Financial Audit & Support Services -- Gary H. Rose (212) 669-8107 Director, Management Audit--Faige Hornung (212) 669-8483 Director, Support Services--Laurence Baum (212) 669-8388 Director, QA/Training--Dennis Hochbaum (212) 669-8887 Assistant Director, Management Audit--Edward Cary (212) 669-8837 Assistant Director, Financial Audit--Michael Morgese (212) 669-8197 Assistant Director, Support Services--Vincent Liquori (212) 669-8892 Audit Manager--Thomas Hardiman (212) 669-8913 Audit Manager--Vincent Liquori (212) 669-8892 Manager, Engineering Audit--Jonathan Rubin (212) 669- 2045 Audit Manager--Anthony Scully (212) 669-8121 Audit Manager--Frank Seggio (212) 669-8267 Audit Manager--Lawrence Welgrin (212) 669-8326 Audit Manager--Andrew Walser (212) 669-8927 Audit Manager--Dorothy Baines (212) 669-8392 Audit Manager--Vera Lavin (212) 669-8794 Audit Manager--Judy Rubin (212) 669-8490 Audit Manager--Vacant Office of Policy Management Director--Sara Kay (212) 669-7396 Bureau of Accountancy Assistant Comptroller Accountancy--Warren Ruppel (212) 669-3476 Chief Accountant/Bureau Chief--Michael Spitzer (212) 669-8027

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Deputy Chief Accountant/Deputy Bureau Chief--Eileen Moran (212) 669-4283 Division Chiefs Financial Services-- Maria Tavares (212) 669-8030 Capital & Debt--Bruce Goodman (212) 669-8057 Accounting Compliance--Steve Bass (212) 669-8056 Fiduciary Services--Nancy Brunner (212) 669-2772 Fiscal Services--Myron Bennett (212) 669-3033 Accounting Systems--Evelyn Dresler (212) 669-8235 DEPUTY COMPTROLLER CLAIMS AND AJUDICATIONS 1 Centre Street, Rm. 1200, New York, NY 10007 Deputy Comptroller--Heriberto Barbot, Jr. (212) 669-2499 Director, Contract Claims--Fredrika Miller (212) 669-3483 Senior Court Representative--Bernard Londin (212) 669-4751 Bureau of Law and Adjustment Bureau Chief--Michael Aaronson (212) 669-4753 Division Chiefs Sidewalk Claims--Edward Ogintz (212) 669-4768 Sidewalk Claims--Maria Maglio Scotti (212) 669-8857 School Claims--Vincent Rivera (212) 669-8829 General Personal Injury--Maria Giordano (212) 669-4426 Property Damage--David Wickers (212) 669-3433 Contract Claims Division--James J. Cox (212) 669-4740 No Fault Division--Debra Sencer (212) 669-2721 Settlement Division--Barbara Cohen (212) 669-3933 Affirmative Claim--Martha Taylor (212) 669-4457 Fraud--Leonard Tocker (212) 669-3447 Fraud/50-h Hearings--Mary Ellen Courtney (212) 669-2729 Fraud Hotlines (212) 669-4747 Fraud E-Mail: [email protected] Claim Forms and Information: Property Damage (212) 669-8750 TTY/TDD for Property Damage Claims (212) 669-2218 Personal Injury (212) 669-8689 Division of Real Property Division Chief--Galliano Salvatore (212) 669-2028 Bureau of Engineering Chief Engineer--Vacant Assistant Chief, Claims--Charles Trusch, P.E. (212) 669-2040 Division Chiefs Heavy Construction--Vacant

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Buildings--Vacant Mechanical--Thomas Miller, P.E. (212) 669-2197 Electrical--Vacant Torts--Vacant EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 1 Centre Street, Rm. 529, New York, NY 10007 Deputy Comptroller--Eduardo Castell (212) 669-3858 Director, Intergovernmental Relations--Fong Chan (212) 669-3855 Director, Scheduling and Special Events--Teisha Hills (212) 669-2304 Director, Community Relations--Alan Fleishman (212) 669-2697 Director, Citizen Action Center--Carmen L. Martinez (212) 669-4915 Press Office Director of Communications--Marc Kalech (212) 669-2401 Press Secretary--Jeff Simmons (212) 669-3747 DEPUTY COMPTROLLER, GENERAL COUNSEL--LEGAL AFFAIRS 1 Centre Street, Rm. 602, New York, NY 10007 Deputy Comptroller--Phyllis Taylor (212) 669-2048

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Deputy General Counsel--Patrice Andrews (212) 669-7773 Deputy General Counsel--Valerie Budzik (212) 669-3197 Deputy General Counsel--Richard Simon (212) 669-7775 Bureau of Labor Law Assistant Comptroller-- B. Dean Angelakos Acting Bureau Chief--Martin J. Moran (212) 669-4834 Director, Classifications & Determinations-- William P. Helfman (212) 669-4440 Director, Investigations--Gregory Bonano (212) 669-8942 Labor Law Counsel--Robert Palmer (212) 669-4731 Audit Supervisor--Stuart Rimmer (212) 669-2914 Audit Committee of the City of New York Provides independent oversight of the City's annual auditing and financial reporting operations, performing a role comparable to that of a publicly held corporation's independent audit committee. Comprised of seven members: four independent members, two nominated by the Mayor, and two nominated by the City Comptroller, as well as the Mayor, the Comptroller, and the Public Advocate.

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Private Members: Bernard Rosen, William Van Note, Mindy Tarlow Warren Ruppel, Secretary (212) 669-3476

BOROUGH PRESIDENTS

The Borough Presidents are the executive officials of each borough. The City Charter gives them authority to: work with the Mayor in preparing the annual executive budget submitted to the City Council and to propose borough budget priorities directly to the council; review and comment on major land use decisions and propose sites for city facilities within their respective boroughs; monitor and modify the delivery of city services within their boroughs; and engage in strategic planning for their boroughs. Each Borough President appoints a member of the New York City Board of Education and a member of the City Planning Commission. Each borough president sits on the New York City Off-Track Betting Site Selection Board when the board is considering matters pertinent to OTB locations within that borough; each also is a trustee of the New York City Employees' Retirement System. The Borough Presidents appoint members to Community Boards who serve without compensation, and each chairs a Borough Board. Each Borough President maintains a topographical bureau. The Borough President must be a citizen of the United States and resident of the borough when elected and throughout the term of office. A Borough President may be removed by the Governor only on charges after a hearing. Pending the preparation and disposition of charges, the governor may suspend a borough president for a period not exceeding thirty days. Vacancies shall be filled in a prompt special election for the remainder of the term. The council delegation for the borough shall select an acting Borough President to serve until the special election. The Mayor is required to call the meetings at which such acting officials are to be named, but has no vote except in case of a tie. BOROUGH BOARDS "There shall be in each borough a board to be known as the borough board which shall consist of the borough president and the district council members from such borough, and the chairperson of each community board in the borough." (Sec. 85a., New York City Charter as revised, 1985.) COMMUNITY BOARDS See COMMUNITY BOARDS Section for key personnel. Maps of community districts are available at the Dept. of City Planning, 22 Reade St., New York, NY 10007-1216.

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MANHATTAN1 Executive Division Municipal Bldg., 19th Fl. So., New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-8300; Fax: (212) 669-3380

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C. Virginia Fields, President of the Borough (D/L). Salary $135,000 fixed by Sec. 81 of the New York City Charter. Re-lected at the general election held November 6, 2001 for a term expiring Dec. 31, 2005.

Deputy Borough President--Vacant (212) 669-8299 Chief of Staff--Luther A. Smith (212) 669-2527 Executive Assistant--Barbara A. Baer (212) 669-8137 General Counsel--Denise A. Outram (212) 669-8157 Director of Communications--Dan Wilson (212) 669-8139 Senior Assistant to Borough President--Maggi Peyton (212) 669-2728 Executive Secretary--Yohanna Haynes (212) 669-8155 Director of Administration--Stephanie Mitchell (212) 669-2375 Director of Intergovernmental Affairs and M.I.S.-- Tchiyuka Cornelius (212) 669-2787 Director of Policy and Budget--Jocelyn L. Jacobson (212) 669-3539 Director of Land Use, Housing & Development--Lee Chong (212) 669-8130 Director of Constituent Services & Community Affairs-- Roxanne Dodds (212) 669-3877 Director of Operations--Lorraine Leong (212) 669-3882 Topographical Unit Consulting Engineer--Vacant (212) 669-8136 Borough Historian--Celedonia Jones (212) 669-8089 Northern Manhattan Office 163 W. 125th St., 5th Flr., New York, NY 10027 (212) 531-1609; Fax: (212) 531-4615

1 Islands under jurisdiction include Franklin D. Roosevelt, Belmont, Ellis, Governor's, Liberty, Mill Rock, Randall's, Ward's.

BROOKLYN2 Executive Division 209 Joralemon St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 802-3900 Fax: (718) 802-3959 Borough President's Constituent Service Center Hotline (718) 802-3777

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Marty Markowitz, President of the Borough (D). Salary $135,000, as fixed by Sec. 81 of the New York City Charter. Elected at the general election held Nov. 6, 2001 for a term expiring Dec. 31, 2005. He is also a Trustee, ex-officio, of the Brooklyn Institutes of Arts and Sciences and the Brooklyn Public Library.

Deputy Borough President--Yvonne Graham (718) 802-3842 Chief of Staff--Michael Burke (718) 802-3862 Counsel--Seth Cummins (718) 802-3757 Directors: Communications--Andrew Ross (718) 802-3832 Human Resources/Administration--Melody Ruiz (718) 802-4095 Facilities/Management Information Services--Scott Cotten (718) 802-3759 Planning & Development--Jon Benguiat (718) 802-3890 Special Events--Carolyn Greer (718) 802-3949 Consulting Engineer--Alvin Goodman (718) 802-5816 Executive Assistant to the Borough President-- Mary Anne Cino (718) 802-3700 Community Relations-- (718) 802-4032

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BRONX3 Executive Division 851 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 590-3500 Fax: (718) 590-3537

Adolfo Carriõn, Jr., President of the Borough. Salary $135,000, as fixed by Sec. 81 of the New York City Charter. Elected at the general election held Nov. 6, 2001 for a term expiring Dec. 31, 2005.

Chief of Staff--Elaine Frazier (718) 590-3535 Deputy Borough President--Earl Brown (718) 590-3565 Counsel--Vacant (718) 590-8555 Executive Assistant--Pat Roach (718) 590-3508 Communications Director--Fred Winters (718) 590-3543 Press Secretary--Vacant (718) 590-3541 Community Services--Tracy McDermott (718) 590-6001 Borough Operations--Marisol Halpern (718) 590-3882 Community Boards--David Mojica (718) 590-6005 Ombudsman--Venancio Catala (718) 537-7113 Economic Development--BOEDC (718) 590-3549 Land Use Planning & Policy--Wilhelm Ronda (718) 590-8087

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Intergovernmental Relations--O. Mellisa Cebollero (718) 537-5268 Administration--Erica J. Stack (718) 590-3545 Personnel Services and Financial Operations-- Barbara A. Becker (718) 590-3531 Consulting Engineer--James Cerasoli, P.E. (718) 590-3873 Typography Unit (718) 590-3047 Borough Historian--Prof. Lloyd Ultan (718) 881-8900

3 Islands under jurisdiction: Big Town, Buck Rock, Chimney Sweep, City, Cuban Ledge, Goose, Green Flats, Hart's, High, Hog, Hunter, North Brother, Rat, Rivers, Twin

QUEENS4 Executive Division 120-55 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens, NY 11424 (718) 286-3000 Fax: (718) 286-2876 www.queensbp.org e-mail address: [email protected]

Helen M. Marshall, President of the Borough (D). Salary $135,000, as fixed by Sec. 81 of the New York City Charter. Elected at the general election held Nov. 6, 2001 for a term expiring Dec. 31, 2005.

Deputy Borough President--Karen Koslowitz (718) 286-2900 Chief of Staff--Alexandra Rosa (718) 286-2970 Counsel to Borough President--Hugh Weinberg (718) 286-2880 Public Information Officer--Daniel Andrews (718) 286-2640 Director, Planning & Development--Irving Poy (718) 286-2860 Director, Economic Development--Seth Bornstein (718) 286-2667 Director of Administration & Budget--Carol Ricci (718) 286-2660 Director, Constituent Services--Mark McMillan (718) 286-2650 Deputy Counsel--S. Monica Norris (718) 286-2888 Community Boards--(718) 286-2900 Cultural Affairs & Tourism--Veronique LeMelle (718) 286-2663 Education--Roseann Darche (718) 286-2626 Immigrant Affairs--Susan Tanenbaum (718) 286-2741 Housing--Lisa Atkins (718) 286-2860 Parks--(718) 286-2900 Seniors/Health & Human Services--Paola Miceli (718) 286-2680 Executive Secretary to the Borough President--

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Mary Contessa (718) 286-2870 Engineering Division (718) 286-2828 Consulting Engineer's Office--(718) 286-2828 Topographical Unit--(718) 286-2929

4 Islands under jurisdiction: Big Egg Marsh, Duck Creek Marsh, East, East High Meadow, Jo Co Marsh, Mussel, Rulers Bar Hassock, Silver Hole Marsh, South Brother, The Raunt, West.

STATEN ISLAND5 Executive Division Borough Hall, Rm. 120, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 816-2200 Fax: (718) 816-2026 www.statenislandusa.com

James P. Molinaro, President of the Borough (R). Salary $135,000 as fixed by Sec. 81 of the New York City Charter. Elected at the general election held Nov 6, 2001 for a term expiring Dec 31, 2005.

Deputy Borough President--Daniel M. Donovan, Jr. (718) 816-2230 Chief of Staff--Vacant (718) 341-0995 Executive Assistant--Ed Burke (718) 816-2231 Counsel--Daniel Master (718) 816-2056 Director of Administration--Lillian Lagazzo (718) 816-2236 Directors: Budget--John M. McGovern (718) 816-2035 Community Boards--Meagan Devereaux (718) 816-2058 Community Relations--Albert De Lillo (718) 816-2140 Contracts & Procurement--Lee Covino (718) 816-2034 Consulting Engineer--Michael Nagy, P.E. (718) 816-2115 Education--Marsha Meyer (718) 816-2233 Environment & Land Use--Nicholas Dmytryszyn (718) 816-2057 Help Line, Supervisor--Madeleine Pfister (718) 816-2006 Help Line, Director--Mary Senk (718) 816-2072 Personnel--JoAnn Arena (718) 816-2041 Press Secretary--Patricia Wilks 718) 816-2049 Special Events--Joanne Nuzzo (718) 816-2133 Transportation--Daniel Jacobs (718) 816-2112 Executive Assistant to Borough President--Lorraine Witzak (718) 816-2237 Special Assistant to Borough President--Meagan Devereaux (718) 816-2058

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Executive Secretary to Borough President-- Geraldine Del Bagno (718) 816-2233 Special Assistant to the Deputy Borough President-- Dana Merolo (718) 816-2232 TTY/TDD 1-800-421-1220 or Relay Operator (718) 816-2037

5Islands under jurisdiction: Hoffman, Meadow, Prall's, Shooter's, Swinburne.

BOROUGH HISTORIANS

In the City of New York, one Borough Historian is appointed for each borough by the respective Borough President. No salary. Appointed Bronx--Prof. Lloyd Ultan, c/o The Bronx County Historical Society, 3309 Bainbridge Ave., Bronx, NY 10467 (718) 881-8901; Fax: (718) 881-4827 www.bronxhistoricalsociety.org ................ October 24, 1996 Brooklyn--Ron Sweiger, c/o Brooklyn Borough President, 209 Joralemon St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 802-3811 Fax: (718) 802-3778 ......................................... Jan. 1, 2001 Manhattan--Celedonia Jones, c/o Manhattan Borough President, Municipal Bldg., 19th Fl. So., New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-8089; Fax: (212) 669-4900 Jan. 30, 1997 Queens--Dr. Stanley Cogan, c/o Queens Borough President, 120-55 Queens Boulevard, Room 216, Kew Gardens, NY 11424 (718) 224-9592 .... Aug. 25, 1999 Staten Island--Richard B. Dickenson, c/o Staten Island Borough President, Borough Hall, 10 Richmond Terrace, Rm. 125, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 816-2137; Fax: (718) 816-2152 ......................................... Oct. 3, 1991

BOROUGH HISTORICAL SOCIETIES

Bronx--The Bronx County Historical Society, 3309 Bainbridge Ave., Bronx, New York 10467 (718) 881-8900 Fax: (718) 881-4827; www.bronxhistoricalsociety.org Brooklyn--The Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont St., Brooklyn, NY 11201. Building temporarily closed for renovation; Mailing address: 45 Main St., Rm. 617, Brooklyn, NY 11201; Call for walks & talks program. (718) 222-4111; Fax: (718) 222-3794 www.brooklynhistory.org Manhattan--The New-York Historical Society, 2 West 77th Street, New York, NY 10024-5194 873-3400; Fax: 874-8706 www.nyhistory.org Queens--The Queens Historical Society, Kingsland Home stead 143-35 37th Ave., Flushing, New York 11354 (718) 939-0647; Fax:(718) 539-9885

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Staten Island--Staten Island Historical Society/Historic Richmond Town, 441 Clarke Ave., Staten Island, NY 10306 (718) 351-1611 Fax: (718) 351-6057 Staten Island--Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences, 75 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 727-1135

THE COUNCIL

City Hall, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-7100 The City Council is the legislative branch of city government. Its members are elected every four years and represent districts of approximately 144,000 people. As a result of the City Charter, the composition of the current 51 members are: ten from Manhattan, eight from the Bronx, fourteen from Queens, sixteen from Brooklyn and three from Staten Island. The first meeting in each year is called the Charter Meeting, which is held on the first Wednesday after the first Monday of January at noon. At least two stated meetings shall be held each month by the Council, except in its discretion, in July and August. In addition to its legislative role and oversight powers over City agencies, the Council approves the City's budget and has decision-making powers over land use issues. Council Members receive an annual salary of $90,000 as fixed by Sec. 26 of the New York City Charter. A Council member must be a United States citizen and a resident of the Councilmanic District from which the Council member is elected. No Council member may be an employee of any City agency in any capacity. Officers of the Council Speaker--A. Gifford Miller (212) 788-7210 Majority Leader--Joel Rivera (212) 788-6966 Deputy Majority Leader--Bill Perkins (212) 788-7397 Majority Whip--Leroy Comrie (212) 788-7084 Chief of Staff--Forrest R. Taylor (212) 788-8488 Legislative Counsel--Gary Altman (212) 788-7149 Senior Advisor to the Speaker--Jessica Lappin (212) 788-7210 Executive Assistant to the Speaker--Barbara Scafiddi (212) 788-7145 Executive Assistant to the Chief of Staff--Kim Stroman (212) 788-8488 Minority Leader--James S. Oddo (212) 788-7159 Minority Whip--Dennis P. Gallagher (212) 788-7363 Counsel & Chief of Operations to the Minority Leader-- Kevin E. Fullington (212) 788-7159

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Aging--Maria Baez, Chair; Dilan, Foster, Gallagher, Nelson, Recchia, Jr., Stewart Civil Service and Labor--Allan W. Jennings, Jr. Chair; Davis, de Blasio, Seabrook, Gallagher, Gonzalez Consumer Affairs--Philip Reed, Chair; Addabo,Jr., Barron, Davis, Koppell, Liu, Sanders Contracts--Robert Jackson, Chair; Lopéz, Addabbo,Jr.,Clarke, Liu, Stewart, Yassky Cultural Affairs, Libraries & International Intergroup Relations-- José M. Serrano, Chair; Boyland, Gioia, Jennings, RecchiaJr., Reed, Weprin Economic Development--James Sanders, Jr., Chair; Clarke, Martin Dilan, Gerson, Gioia, Gonzalez, Recchia Jr., Education--Eva Moskowitz, Chair; Comrie, de Blasio, Foster, Jackson, Koppell, Liu, Recchia, Vann, Yassky, Lanza Environmental Protection--James F. Gennaro, Chair; Lopéz, de Blasio, Jennings, Koppell, Serrano, Vallone, Jr. Finance--David I. Weprin, Chair; Boyland, Lopéz, Provenzano, Quinn, Moskowitz, Rivera, Comrie, de Blasio, Fidler, Jackson, McMahon, Sears, Gallagher, Brewer, Felder, Perkins, Nelson, Oddo Fire and Criminal Justice Services--Yvette D. Clarke, Chair; Boyland, Avella, Monserrate, Sanders Jr., General Welfare--Bill de Blasio, Chair; Perkins, Quinn Brewer, Seabrook, Serrano, Stewart Governmental Operations--Bill Perkins, Chair; Provenzano, Reed, Nelson, Quinn, Moskowitz, Addabbo Jr., Comrie, Vallone Jr. Health--Christine Quinn, Chair; Reed, Clarke, Sears, Stewart, Vann, Oddo Higher Education--Charles Barron, Chair; Lopéz, Perkins, Brewer, Gennaro, Martinez, Seabrook Housing and Buildings--Madeline Provenzano, Chair; Rivera, Reyna, Avella, Brewer, Comrie, Fidler, Jackson, Katz, Stewart, Oddo Land Use--Melinda R. Katz, Chair; Perkins, Nelson, Quinn, Rivera, Avella, Baez, Barron, Comrie, Felder, Gioia, Koppell, Martinez, McMahon, Monseratte, Vann, Lanza Mental Health, Mental Retardation , Alcoholism, Drug Abuse & Disability Services--Margarita Lopéz, Chair; Brewer, Martin Dilan, Foster, Gennaro, Yassky Oversight and Investigations--Eric N. Gioia, Chair; Boyland, Gerson, Liu, Martinez, Recchia, Vallone, Jr., Parks & Recreation--Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr., Chair; Brewer, Martin Dilan, Foster, Gerson, Jackson, Serrano

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Public Safety--Peter Vallone Jr., Chair; Reed, Davis, Foster, Jennings, Katz, Monserrate, Yassky, Martin Dillan Rules, Privileges and Elections--Leroy Comrie, Chair; Perkins, Provenzano, Quinn, Rivera, Baez, Clarke, Fidler, Katz, Weprin, Oddo, Miller, Reyna Sanitation & Solid Waste Management-- Michael E. McMahon, Chair; Felder, Gennaro, Serrano, Weprin, Yassky, Lanza, Jackson Standards and Ethics--Helen Sears, Chair; Provenzano, Reed, Rivera, Katz, Vallone Jr., Weprin, Lanza, Miller State and Federal Legislation­Joel Rivera, Chair; Addabbo, Jr., Martin Dilan, Fidler, McMahon, Monseratte, Sears, Baez Transportation--John C. Liu, Chair; Moskowitz, Reyna, Addabbo Jr., Koppell, Sanders Jr., Seabrook, Sears,Lanza, Gonzalez, Martinez Women's Issues--Tracy L. Boyland, Chair; Reyna, Barron, Sanders Jr., Stewart Youth Services--Lewis A. Fidler, Chair; Reyna, Felder Gennaro, Gerson, Martinez, Seabrook, Vann, Gallagher Land Use Subcommittees Landmarks, Public Siting & Maritime Uses--Simcha Felder, Chair; Perkins, Barron, Comrie, Koppell Planning, Dispositions & Concessions--Miguel Martinez, Chair; Rivera, Nelson, Monserrate, Lanza Zoning & Franchises--Tony Avella, Chair; Quinn, Gioia McMahon, Vann, Baez, Katz Subcommittees Immigration--Kendall Stewart, Chair Juvenile Justice --James E. Davis, Chair Senior Center­Erik Martin Dilan, Chair Small Business, Retail & Emerging Industries-- Domenic M. Recchia, Jr., Chair Select Committees Civil Rights--Hiram Monserrate, Chair Community Development--Albert Vann Technology in Government--Gale A. Brewer,Chair Lower Manhattan Redevelopment--Alan J. Gerson, Chair; Lopéz, Perkins, Quinn, Clarke, Liu, Yassky Waterfronts--David Yassky, Chair; Addabbo, Jr., Brewer, Gerson, Gioia, McMahon, Gonzalez The Speaker--A. Gifford Miller, the Minority Leader--James S. Oddo, and the Public Advocate--Betsy Gotbaum are ex-officio members of all committees.

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Borough of Manhattan 1 Alan J. Gerson, (D-L) City Hall and District Office: 49-51 Chambers St., Rm. 429, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-7722; Fax: (212) 788-7727 2 Margarita Lopéz, (D) City Hall, New York, NY 10007 (212) 614-8751 3 Christine Quinn, (D-WF) District Office: 224 W. 30th St. Suite 1206, New York, NY 10001 (212) 564-7757 Fax: (212) 564-7347 4 Eva S. Moskowitz, (D-I) 250 Broadway, 15th Fl., Suite. 1545, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-7393 5 A. Gifford Miller, Speaker, (D) City Hall (212) 788-7210; District Office: 336 E. 73rd St., Suite C, New York, NY 10021 (212) 535-5554; Fax: (212) 535-6098 6 Gale A. Brewer, (D) District Office and Mailing Address: 2374 Broadway, New York, NY 10024 (212) 873-0282; 250 Broadway, Rm. 1744, (212) 788-6975 7 Robert Jackson, (D-WF) 751 W. 183rd St., New York, NY 10033 (212) 928-1322; Fax: (212) 928-4177; Morningside Heights, Hamilton Heights and Harlem Community Office: 418 W. 145th St., New York, NY 10031 (212) 234-0551; Fax: (212) 234-0552; Legislative Office: 250 Broadway, Rm. 1734, (212) 788-7007; Fax: (212) 788-9190 8 Philip Reed, (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-6860; District Office: 105 E. 116th St., New York, NY 10029 (212) 828-9800; Fax: (212) 722-6378 (also represents part of Bronx) 9 Bill Perkins, (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-7397; Fax: (212) 442-2732; District Office: Adam C. Powell, Jr. State Office Bldg., 163 W.125th St., Suite 729, New York, NY 10027 (212) 662-4440; Fax: (212) 932-1130 10 Miguel Martinez, (D-L) 250 Broadway (212) 788-7053; Fax: (212) 788-1215; District Office: 601 W. 174th St., Suite 1A, New York, NY 10033 (917) 521-2640 / 2616; Fax: (917) 521-1293 Borough of the Bronx (See C.D. No. 8) 11 G. Oliver Koppell, (D) District Office: 3636 Waldo Ave., Bronx, NY 10463 (718) 549-7300 12 Larry B. Seabrook, (D-L) City Hall (212) 788-6873; District Offices: 3765 White Plains Road, Bronx, NY

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10467 (718) 994-9900; Fax: (718) 652-9979;169 Einstein Loop, Bronx, NY 10475 (718) 671-0100; Fax: (718) 671-8820 Madeline Provenzano, (D) District Office: 2931 Westchester Ave., Bronx, NY 10461 (718) 931-6060 Maria Baez, (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-7074/7073; District Office: 1 E. Fordham Rd., 2nd Fl., Bronx, NY 10468 (718) 584-6955 Joel Rivera, (D) City Hall (212) 788-6966; District Office: 1901 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY 10460 (718) 842-8100 Satellite Office: 2488 Grand Concourse, Suite 416, Bronx, NY 10458 (718) 364-3700; Fax: (718) 365-5267 Helen Diane Foster, (D) 250 Broadway, Room 1770, (212) 788-6856; District Office: 1377 Jerome Ave., Bronx, NY 10452 (718) 588-7500; Fax: (718) 588-7790 E-Mail: [email protected] José M. Serrano, (D) District Office: 384 E. 149th St., Suite 300, Bronx, NY 10455 (718) 402-6130; Fax: (718) 402-0539 Pedro Espada, (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-6853; Fax: (212) 442-2814;

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Fax: (718) 776-3798 28 Allan W. Jennings, Jr., (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-6850; Fax: (212) 442-2729; District Office: 91-10 146th St., Jamaica, NY 11431 29 Melinda Katz, (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-6981; District Office: 104-01 Metropolitan Ave., Forest Hills, NY 11375 (718) 544-8800; Fax: (718) 544-4452 30 Dennis P. Gallagher, (R), City Hall (212) 788-7159; District Office: 78-25 Metropolitan Ave., Middle Village, NY 11379 (718) 366-3900 31 James Sanders, Jr., (D-L) City Hall, (212) 788-7216; District Offices: 220-07 Merrick Blvd., Laurelton, NY 11413 (718) 527-4356; Fax: (718) 527-4402; 20-10 Seagirt Blvd., Far Rockaway, NY 11691 (718) 471-7014 32 Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. (D) District Offices: 159-53 102nd St., Howard Beach, NY 11414 (718) 738-1111; Fax: (718) 322-5760; 92-03 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Rockaway Beach, NY 11693 (718) 318-6411 Borough of Brooklyn (See C.D. No. 50) 33 David Yassky, (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-7348; Fax: (212) 788-9758; District Office: 114 Court St., Second Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 875-5200; Fax: (718) 643-6620 34 Diana Reyna, (D-I) 250 Broadway, Rm. 1740, (212) 788-7095; Fax: (212) 788-7296; District Office: 444 South 5th St., Brooklyn, NY 11211 (718) 963-3141; Fax: (718) 963-4527 35 James E. Davis, (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-7083; District Office: 324 DeKalb Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205 (718) 857-0959; Fax: (718) 857-5524 36 Albert Vann, (D) 250 Broadway, Room 1743, (212) 788-7354; District Office: 613-619 Throop Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11216 (718) 919-0740 37 Erik Martin Dilan, (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-7284/85; Fax: (212) 788-8941; District Offices: 786 Knickerbocker Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11207; (718) 453-4674; 387 Arlington Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11208; (718) 642-8664; Fax: (718) 642-8639 38 Sara M. Gonzalez, (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-7372; District Office: 4808 4th Avenue, 2nd Fl., Brooklyn, NY 11220 (718) 439-9012; Fax: (718) 439-9042 39 Bill de Blasio, (D-L) 250 Broadway (212) 788-6969; District Office: 2907 Ft. Hamilton Pkwy., Brooklyn, NY 11218 (718) 854-9791; 40 Yvette D. Clarke, (D-L) 250 Broadway (212) 788-7352; Fax: (212) 788-8087; District Office: 123 Linden Blvd.,

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Brooklyn, NY 11226 (718) 287-8762; Fax: (718) 287-8917 41 Tracy L. Boyland, (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-7387; District Office: 2094A Fulton St., Brooklyn, NY 11233 (718) 345-3110; Fax: (718) 345-3120 42 Charles Barron , (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-6957; Fax: (212) 676-8595; District Office: 421 New Lots Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207 (718) 649-9495; Fax (718) 649-3111 43 Vincent J. Gentile (R-C) 250 Broadway (212) 788-7363; 44 Simcha Felder, (D) District Office: 4424 16th Ave., 2nd Fl., Brooklyn, NY 11204 (718) 853-2704/2068; Fax: (718) 853-3838; 250 Broadway (212) 788-7357 45 Kendall Stewart, (D) City Hall (212) 788-6859; District Office:1694 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11210 (718) 951-8177; Fax: (718) 951-8191 46 Lewis A. Fidler, (D) City Hall (212) 788-7286; District Office: 1402 East 64th St., Brooklyn, NY 11234; Fax: (718) 241-9316 47 Domenic M. Recchia, Jr., (D) City Hall (212) 788-7045; District Office: 445 Neptune Ave., Brooklyn, NY11224 (718) 373-9673; Fax: (718) 373-0195 48 Michael C. Nelson, (D) 250 Broadway (212) 788-7360; Fax: (212) 227-1246; District Office: 3810A Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11235 (718) 368-9176; Fax: (718) 368-9160 Borough of Staten Island 49 Michael E. McMahon, (D-WF) District Office: 130 Stuyvesant Place, 6th Fl., Staten Island, NY, 10301 (718) 556-7370; Fax: (718) 556-7389 50 James S. Oddo, (R-C) Minority Leader, City Hall (212) 788-7159 Staten Island District Office: 94 Lincoln Ave., 2nd Fl., Staten Island, NY, 10306 (718) 980-1017; Fax: (718) 980-1051; Brooklyn District Office: 7204 18th Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11204 (718) 234-2717; Fax: (718) 980-1051 E-Mail:[email protected] (also represents part of Brooklyn) 51 Andrew J. Lanza , (R-C) 250 Broadway; District Office: 3944 Richmond Ave., Staten Island, NY 10312 (718) 984-5151; Fax: (718) 984-5737 Principal Political Party Affiliation: Total Council Members: 51; Democrats 47; Republicans 4 Attaches of the Council City Hall, New York, NY 10007 250 Broadway, New York, NY 10007 75 Park Place, New York, NY 10007

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Deputy Chief of Staff --Matthew Mullarkey (212) 788-7208 Deputy Chief of Staff --Catherine Torres (212) 788-7148 Deputy Chief of Staff --Marcel Van Ooyen (212) 788-7152 Director, Administrative Services Division--Matthew Farrell (212) 788-6925 Director, Communications Division--Chris Policano (212) 788-7113 Director, Finance Division--Larian Angelo (212) 788-6944 Director, Land Use Division--Gail Benjamin (212) 788-7302 Director/General Counsel--Thomas L. McMahon (212) 788-7155 Director, Human Services--Diane E. Blanc (212) 788-9087 Director, Investigative Division--Wayne Kawadler (212) 788-6897 Director, Member Services--Kevin P. Wardally (212) 788-7268 Director, State Affairs, Albany Office--Michael D. Nieves Albany Office: (518) 462-5461; N.Y.C. Office: (212) 788-9139 Chief, Legislative Document Unit--Claude M. Cherry (212) 788-7104 Records Access Officer/Legislative Counsel--Edward O'Malley (212) 788-6899 Senior Advisor/Counsel to the Chief of Staff--Janet Torres (212) 788-7156 Fiscal Officer--Joyce H. Singerman (212) 788-6934 Sergeant at Arms--Elias Cabrera (212) 788-7171

CITY CLERK AND CLERK OF THE COUNCIL

265 Municipal Bldg. (South Side), New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-2400; Fax: (212) 669-3300 Serves as City Clerk and Clerk of the Council; to attest to each Local Law enacted by the Council, all legislation desired by and affecting the city requiring concurrent action by the State Legislature; to attest to leases and deeds of the city property, grants, agreements, bonds, tax notes and other forms of obligations of the city; has charge of all papers and documents of the city except as otherwise provided by law to include: executive and administrative orders of the Mayor, certificates of judicial appointments by the Mayor, rules and regulations of every city agency and department, oaths of office of all city employees, City Marshal bonds, referendum petitions; qualifies all Commissioners of Deeds; registers lobbyists; certification to the Board of Elections of all judicial vacancies; custodian of the City Seal; registration of domestic partners; administrator of the Marriage License Bureau, to include: issuance, recording and solemnization of marriage licenses,

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certification of marriage records, registrar of clergymen and officials authorized to solemnize marriages within the city.

Victor L. Robles, City Clerk and Clerk of the Council, Salary $159,368. Appointed October 12, 2001.

First Deputy--Vacant (212) 669-8898 Executive Agency Counsel--Patrick L. Synmoie (212) 669-2610 Chief of Staff--Jose L. Gonzalez (212) 669-8097 Executive Assistant to the City Clerk--Wendy Lopez (212) 669-8898 Executive Assistant to the First Deputy--Vacant (212) 669-8898 Director of Finance--Emmanuel Michalos (212) 669-8093 Deputy Chief of Staff/Director of Personnel--Naomi Pacheco (212) 669-2207 Systems Manager--Giovanni Gomez (212) 669-3600 Lobbying & City Council Transcripts­Jenny Mendez (212) 669-8171 BOROUGH OFFICES OF THE CITY CLERK Marriage License Information Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Manhattan--Municipal Building,One Centre St.,(South Side) 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-2400 First Deputy--Vacant (212) 669-8898 Director of Finance--Emmanuel Michalos (212) 669-8093 Commissioner of Deeds--Jason Plaza (212) 669-8095 Marriage Officiant Registration--Jason Plaza (212) 669-8190 Domestic Partnership, Marriage Certificate Amendments & Certificates of Non-Impediment--Audrey Sparks (212) 669-8190 Oath of Office­Anne Wetzel (212) 669-2208 Marriage Records & Hand Signature with Raised Seal-- Theresa Preston (212) 669-8090 Bronx--Supreme Court, 851 Grand Concourse, Ground Floor, Bronx, NY 10451Deputy City Clerk--Dolores DeCrescenzo (718) 590-5307 Brooklyn--Municipal Building, 210 Joralemon St., Rm. 205, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Deputy City Clerk-- Johnnie M. Johnson (718) 802-4107 Queens--Borough Hall, 120-55 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens, NY 11424 Deputy City Clerk--Dora H. Young (718) 286-2829 Staten Island--Borough Hall, 10 Richmond Terrace, Rm 311, Staten Island, NY 10301

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OFFICE OF THE ACTUARY

220 Church St., Rm. 1205, New York, NY 10013 (212) 442-5775; Fax: (212) 442-5777 Performs annual actuarial valuations of the assets and liabilities of the City's five actuarial retirement systems and other nonactuarial pension funds; computes employer contributions and members' benefits; determines suitability of actuarial assumptions and recommends changes when necessary; provides services and information to City agencies, legislative bodies and active and retired employees.

Robert C. North, Jr., Chief Actuary (212) 442-5776

Assistant Chief Actuary--Brian S. Kheel (212) 442-5767 Director of Administration/Records Access Officer-- Susan M. Flaschenberg (212) 442-5795

OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE TRIALS AND HEARINGS

40 Rector St., 6th Floor, New York, NY 10006-1705 (212) 442-4900; Fax: (212) 442-4910 Calendar Unit Fax: (212) 442-4910; TTY/TDD: (212) 442-4939 E-mail: [email protected] NYC.gov/oath Created in 1979 by mayoral executive order and established as a charter agency in 1988, OATH is an independent tribunal authorized to conduct adjudicatory hearings for all agencies of the city. The Chief Administrative Law Judge is appointed by the Mayor. Administrative Law Judges are appointed by the Chief Administrative Law Judge to five-year terms. Chief Administrative Law Judge--Roberto Velez (212) 442-4911 Deputy Chief Administrative Law Judge/Counsel-- Charles D. McFaul (212) 442-4926 Administrative Law Judges: Suzanne P. Christen (212) 442-4924 Ray Fleischhacker (212) 442-4914 Raymond E. Kramer (212) 442-4928 Faye K. Lewis (212) 442-4933 Rosemarie Maldonado (212) 442-8905 Donna R. Merris (212) 442-4917 Tynia D. Richard (212) 442-4920 John B. Spooner (212) 442-4922

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Managing Attorney--Kara Miller (212) 442-4934 Executive Assistant/Records Access Officer-- John M. Stulgaitis (212) 442-4937 Senior Law Clerk--Martin Rainbow (212) 442-4940 Law Clerks--Robert Gatto (212) 442-8902 Frank Ng (212) 442-4941

NYC DEPARTMENT FOR THE AGING

2 Lafayette St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 442-1322 Information & Referral Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK TTY/TDD (212) 442-3078, (212) 442-3079 NYC.gov/aging Established in 1968. Plans, coordinates and implements programs for the aging; advocates on their behalf; conducts research and policy analysis; and administers federal, state and city funds for services. Develops innovative public/private partnerships to offer services to New York City's seniors and caregivers. Contracts with local community groups to provide congregate and home delivered meals, senior center programs, transportation, case management, home care, legal assistance, and other social services. Provides volunteer opportunities for older people. Operates Information and Referral Service, Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE), the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) for the elderly, crime victims and elder abuse assistance, Alzheimer's Center and Long-Term Care Services, Foster Grandparents, Health Promotion, Health Insurance Information Counseling and Assistance Program (HIICAP), Intergenerational Programs, Partnership for Eldercare, Grandparent Resource Center and Senior Employment. Produces a newspaper, options, and publications in different languages on benefits and services.

Edwin Mendez-Santiago, Commissioner. Salary $143,900 Appointed January 1, 2002. (212) 442-1100; Fax: (212) 442-1095

Deputy Commissioner/General Counsel­Sally J. Renfro (212) 442-1104 Deputy Commissioner--Caryn Resnick (212) 442-1277 Deputy General Counsel/Records Access Officer-- Maureen Murphy (212) 442-1359 Director, Office of Research, Development & Planning-- Judith Johnson (212) 442-0975 Planning-- Marta Hokenstad (212) 442-0976 Research--Jacquelin Berman (212) 442-0960 Quality Assurance--Gail Evans (212) 442-0962 Organization Development & Training--Robert Stephens (212) 442-3015

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EEO Officer-- Angela Maroulis (212) 442-1154 Partnership for Eldercare-- Sara J. Sadin, Director (212) 442-3113 Inspector General--Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030 INTERGOVERNMENTAL, LEGISLATIVE & PUBLIC AFFAIRS Assistant Commissioner--Albert Buzzeo (212) 442-1099 Director of Legislative Affairs--Katherine Mendez (212) 442-1376 Director, Office of Public Affairs--Theoni Angelopoulos (212) 442-1092 Community Outreach--Bronx, Vacant (212) 442-1294; Brooklyn, Charise K. Lawrence (212) 442-1290; Manhattan, Verna Arthur (212) 442-1292; Queens, Darnley Jones (212) 442-1079; Staten Island, Josette O'Neil (212) 442-1293

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BUREAU OF COMMUNITY SERVICES Assistant Commissioner--Linda Whitaker (212) 442-1160 Deputy Assistant Commissioner--Jorge Romero (212) 442-1204 Nutrition--Diane Wuestman (212) 442-1331 Senior Housing Initiatives--Karen Taylor (212) 442-1384 Contract Evaluation & Customer Satisfaction--Gary Barbash (212) 442-1171 Community Coordination & Program Liaison--Mwata Nubian (212) 442-1242 Contract Management, Health Promotion--Harriet Stollman (212) 442-1399 BUREAU OF SENIOR ASSISTANCE AND BENEFITS Assistant Commissioner--Vacant Acting Deputy Assistant Commissioner--Sonia Rodriguez (212) 442-3186 Central Information and Referral-- Raynold G. Sam (212) 442-3009 Health Insurance Information Counseling and Assistance Program (HIICAP)--Amy Bernstein (212) 442-1382; for counselor (212) 442-1382 Energy Programs Home Energy Assistance Program [HEAP]--Kim Dancy (212) 442-3031 Weatherization Referral and Packaging Program (WRAP) --Jorge Diaz (212) 788-2343 Senior Citizens Rent Increase Exemption--Vacant Elderly Crime Victims Resource Center--Aurora Salamone (212) 442-3103

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BUREAU OF SENIOR SERVICES, RESOURCES AND PARTNERSHIPS Assistant Commissioner--Karen Schaffer (212) 442-3098 Acting Deputy Assistant Commissioner--Janice Chu (212) 442-3173 Foster Grandparents Program --Elease Gant (212) 442-3117 Grandparent Resource Center--Rolanda Pyle (212) 442-1094 Alzheimer's Center and Long-Term Care Services-- Robin Fenley (212) 442-3086 Senior Employment Services--Vacant Intergenerational Programs-- Mary Ann Zimmermann-McKinney (212) 442-3114 Work Experience Program (WEP)--Rebecca Rodriguez (212) 442-3123 BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION & BUDGET Assistant Commissioner--Ed Grant (212) 442-1060 Deputy Assistant Commissioner--Vacant Assistant Director--Angela Maroulis (212) 442-1154 General Services--Clement Titcomb (212) 442-1310 Controller--John H. Jones (212) 442-1156 Contract Accounting--Jean Pierre (212) 442-1013 Office of Information Technology--Frank Guglielmo (212) 442-1038 Human Resources- Sarah Rosenfeld (212) 442-1136 Budget--Greg Tatar (212) 442-1055 Facilities Management--Lee Boyes (212) 442-1078 BUREAU OF CONTRACTING Assistant Commissioner/Agency Chief Contracting Officer-- Camille Ranieri (212) 442-1112 Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer--Julie Friesen (212) 442-1373

BANKING COMMISSION

727 Municipal Bldg., New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-2746 Designates the banks in which all the moneys of the city shall be deposited; recommends to the city council the discount rate for prepayments of real estate taxes, and the penalty rate for late payments. Composed of the Mayor (Chair), Comptroller and Commissioner of Finance. No additional compensation. The Commission meets quarterly in the office of the Secretary, 727 Municipal Bldg., Manhattan, in February, May, September and November of each year.

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BROOKLYN NAVY YARD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (BNYDC)

Building 292, 63 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205-1054 (718) 907-5900 Fax: (718) 643-9296 This local development corporation, organized under Section 1411 of the Not-For-Profit Corporation Law, manages and develops the former Brooklyn Navy Yard as an industrial park under a ninety-nine year lease with the City of New York. The corporation's purpose is to maximize employment in the City, in particular the Borough of Brooklyn, through the development and retention of industry at the Navy Yard. The 264-acre Brooklyn Navy Yard industrial park, located on the Brooklyn waterfront between the Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges, is currently home to more than 250 varied businesses employing approximately 3,500 people in 3.5 million square feet of indoor space. In addition, the ship repair industry, using the Yard's four active drydocks, carries on the Yard's historic maritime tradition.

Eric J. Deutsch, President and Chief Executive Officer (718) 907-5990

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer-- Daniel E. Conlon (718) 907-5990 Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer-- Elliot Matz (718) 907-5990 Senior Vice President for External Affairs-- Richard H. Drucker (718) 907-5990 Senior Vice President for Technology & General Counsel-- Bernard J. Dushman (718) 907-5990 Senior Vice President for Human Resources--Alice Lunsford (718)) 907-5964 Chief of Staff--John Abbracciamento (718) 907-5990

BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY

Central Library Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, New York 11238 (718) 230-2100 Fax: (718) 230-6798 Central Library: Hours: Mon. Tues.Wed.Thurs. 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Fri. and Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Branches: individual time schedules Governed by a Board of twenty-two trustees appointed by the

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Mayor and Brooklyn Borough President. Term five years. The Mayor, Comptroller and Brooklyn Borough President are also members, ex-officio. No salary. Monthly meeting held the third Tuesday of each month, except July and August.

Officers: President--Albert Wiltshire, 438 Lewis Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11233 Vice President--Dr. Lucille C. Thomas, 1184 Union Street, Brooklyn, NY 11225 Secretary--Vacant th Treasurer--Mark Lieberman, 684 E. 19 St., Brooklyn, NY 11230

Executive Director--Ginnie Cooper (718) 230-2403 Deputy Executive Director--Siobhan Reardon (718) 230-2162 Deputy Director for Public Service--Sofia Sequenzia (718) 230-2408 Deputy Director of External Affairs--Evan Kingsley (718) 230-2158 Deputy Director for Business Administration--John Vitali (718) 230-2407 Branch Libraries of the Brooklyn Public Library Arlington--Arlington Ave. at Warwick St. 11207 (718) 277-6105 Bay Ridge--Ridge Blvd. at 73rd St. 11209 (718) 748-5709 Bedford--Franklin Ave. at Hancock St. 11238 (718) 623-0012 Borough Park--43rd St. near 13th Ave. 11219 (718) 437-4085 Brighton Beach--Brighton 1st Road near Brighton Beach Ave. 11235 (718) 946-2917 Brooklyn Heights--280 Cadman Plaza W. at Tillary St. 11201 (718) 623-7100 Brower Park--St. Marks Ave. near Nostrand Ave. 11216 (718) 773-7208 Brownsville--Glenmore Ave. at Watkins St. 11212 (718) 498-9721 Bushwick--Bushwick Ave. at Seigel St. 11206 (718) 602-1348 Business Library--280 Cadman Plaza W. at Tillary St. 11201 (718) 623-7000 Canarsie--Rockaway Parkway near Avenue J 11236 (718) 257-6547 Carroll Gardens--Clinton St. at Union St. 11231 (718) 596-6972 Clarendon--Nostrand Ave. near Farragut Rd. 11210 (718) 421-1159 Clinton Hill--Washington Ave. near Lafayette Ave. 11238 (718) 398-8713

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Coney Island--Mermaid Ave. and W. 19th St. 11224 (718) 265-3220 Cortelyou--Cortelyou Rd. at Argyle Rd. 11226 (718) 693-7763 Crown Heights--New York Ave. at Maple St. 11225 (718) 773-1180 Cypress Hills--Sutter Ave. at Crystal St. 11208 (718) 277-6004 DeKalb--Bushwick Ave. at DeKalb Ave. 11221 (718) 455-3898 Dyker--13th Ave. at 82nd St 11228 (718) 748-6261 East Flatbush--Church Ave. near Rockaway Pkwy. 11212 (718) 922-0927 Eastern Parkway--Eastern P'kway at Schenectady Ave. 11213 (718) 953-4225 Flatbush--Linden Blvd. near Flatbush Ave. 11226 (718) 856-0813 Flatlands--Flatbush Ave. at Ave. P 11234 (718) 253-4409 Fort Hamilton--Fourth Ave. and 95th St. 11209 (718) 748-6919 Gerritsen Beach--Gerritsen Ave. at Bartlett Place. 11229 (718) 382-5792 Gravesend--Avenue X near W. 2nd St. 11223 (718) 382-5792 Greenpoint--Norman Ave. at Leonard St. 11222 (718) 349-8504 Highlawn--W. 13th St. and Kings Highway 11223 (718) 234-7208 Homecrest--Coney Island Ave. near Ave. V 11223 (718) 382-5924 Jamaica Bay--Seaview Ave. at E. 98th St. 11236 (718) 241-3571 Kensington--Ditmas Ave. near E. 5th St. 11218 (718) 435-9431 Kings Bay--Nostrand Ave. near Ave. W 11229 (718) 368-1709 Kings Highway--Ocean Ave. near Kings Highway 11229 (718) 375-3037 Leonard--Devoe St. at Leonard St. 11211 (718) 486-3365 McKinley Park--Ft. Hamilton Pkwy. at 68th St. 11219 (718) 748-8001 Macon--Lewis Ave. and Macon St. 11233 (718) 573-5606 Mapleton--60th St. at 17th Ave. 11204 (718) 256-2117 Marcy--DeKalb Ave. near Nostrand Ave. 11216 (718) 935-0032 Midwood--East 16th St. near Ave. J 11230 (718) 252-0967 Mill Basin--Ralph Ave. near Ave. N 11234 (718) 241-3973 New Lots--New Lots Ave. at Barbey St. 11207 (718) 649-0311 New Utrecht--86th St. at Bay 17th St. 11214 (718) 236-4086

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Pacific--Fourth Ave. at Pacific St. 11217 (718) 638-1531 Paerdegat--E. 59th St. near Flatlands Ave. 11234 (718) 241-3994 Park Slope--6th Ave. near 9th St. 11215 (718) 832-1853 Red Hook--Wolcott St. at Dwight St. 11231 (718) 935-0203 Rugby--Utica Ave. near Tilden Ave. 11203 (718) 566-0054 Ryder--23rd Ave. at 59th St. 11204 (718) 331-2962 Saratoga--Thomas S. Boyland St. at Macon St. 11223 (718) 573-5224 Sheepshead Bay--E. 14th St. near Ave. Z 11235 (718) 368-1815 Spring Creek--Flatlands Ave. near New Jersey Ave. 11207 (718) 257-6571 Stone Ave.--Mother Gaston Blvd. at Dumont Ave. 11212 (718) 485-8347 Sunset Park--Fourth Ave. at 51st St. 11220 (718) 567-2806 Ulmer Park--Bath Avenue at 26th Aves. 11214 (718) 265-3443 Walt Whitman--St. Edwards St. at Auburn Pl. 11205 (718) 935-0244 Washington Irving--Irving Ave. at Woodbine St. 11237 (718) 628-8378 Williamsburgh--Division Ave. at Marcy Ave. 11211 (718) 302-3485 Windsor Terrace--E. 5th St. at Fort Hamilton Parkway 11218 (718) 686-9707

DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS

60 Hudson St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 566-5000 Fax: (212) 566-3784 TTY/TDD: (212) 566-4769 24 hour information and complaint number: Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK NYC.gov/buildings The Department's mission is to ensure the safe and lawful use of buildings and properties by enforcing the Building Code, Zoning Resolution and other applicable laws, and promote development with integrity professionalism and efficiency.

Patricia J. Lancaster, AIA, Commissioner. Appointed March 25, 2002, Salary $162,800 (212) 566-3111 Fax: (212) 566-3784

Executive Secretary to the Commissioner--Stephanie Reid (212) 566-3116 OFFICE OF CHIEF OF STAFF 280 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10007 (212) 566-3111; Fax: (212) 566-3864

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OPERATIONS 280 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 566-3785 Deputy Commissioner--Robert LiMandri (212) 566-3103 Assistant Commissioner Operations--Vacant CITYWIDE INSPECTIONS 280 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 566-3848 Assistant Commissioner--Robert Iulo (212) 566-3364 B.E.S.T. Squad--Rudolph Hahn (718) 802-3710 Director, Cranes & Derricks--Roland Durant (212) 566-4698 Chief Inspector, Hoist & Riggings--James Delayo (212) 566-4677 CENTRAL INSPECTIONS/LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT 280 Broadway, 4th Fl., New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 566-5681 Assistant Commissioner--Marilyn Singer, Esq. (212) 566-4896 Director,Technical, Central Inspections­Vacant (212) 566-4893 Administrative Director, Central Inspections--Vacant (212) 566-4890 Director, Local Law Enforcement--Kathleen Davis (212) 566-4886 Director, Boiler Division--Neil Prisco (212) 566-4899 Deputy Director, Boilers--William McGivney (212) 566-5431 Deputy Director, Elevator Inspections--Robert Walsh (212) 566-5412 Deputy Director, Elevator Operations--Richard Fraser (212) 566-5404 ENFORCEMENT 280 Broadway, 5th Fl., New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 566-5809 Customer Service: (212) 227-7000 Assistant Commissioner for Enforcement--Charles Fraser (212) 566-4479 Director, Administrative Enforcement--Oscar Alvarez (212) 566-4530 Director Special Enforcement--Vacant Director, Padlock/Sign Enforcement--Carole Post (212) 566-4818 Director, Licensing--Jacqueline Williams (212) 566-4156

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TECHNICAL AFFAIRS 280 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 566-3796 Deputy Commissioner--Ronny Livian, P.E. (212) 566-3188 Executive Secretary to the Deputy Commissioner-- Glanda Thomas (212) 566-3198 Executive Engineer--Vacant (212) 566-3258 Director, Materials & Equipment Acceptance-- Donald Gottfried, P.E. (212) 566-3282 Executive Director, Technical Compliance Unit­ Deborah Taylor, R.A. (212) 566-3255 OFFICE OF LEGAL AFFAIRS/GENERAL COUNSEL 280 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 566-3843 General Counsel--Phyllis Arnold, Esq. (212) 566-3291 Deputy General Counsel--Felicia Miller (212) 566-3296 INVESTIGATIONS AND AUDITS DIVISION Assistant Commissioner, Investigations and Audits Division-- Peter Amato (212) 442-2000 Inspector General--Robert Roach 80 Maiden Lane, 17th Flr., New York, NY 10038 (212) 825-2413 ADMINISTRATION AND TECHNOLOGY 280 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 566-3865 Deputy Commissioner--Mark Topping (212) 566-3489 Executive Secretary to the Deputy Commissioner-- Sheila Bellamy (212) 566-3498 Executive Director, Strategic Planning and Implementation-- Gina Betro (212) 566-3444 Director, Program Management Analysis--Julie Lubin (212) 566-3529 Director, Intergovernmental Affairs--David Nussbaum (212) 566-3437 Press Office (212) 566-3473 ADMINISTRATION 280 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 566-3859 Assistant Commissioner--Patricia Ketterer (212) 566-3454 Director, Budget & Fiscal Operations--Edwin Pemberton (212) 566-4004

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Agency Chief Contracting Officer (ACCO) Barbara Markowitz (212) 566- 4187 Director, Human Resources--Ida Bohmstein (212) 566-4104 Director, General Services--JoAnn George (212) 566-4777 Director, Training & Labor Relations--Vacant (212) 566-4212 TECHNOLOGY 280 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 566-3792 Assistant Commissioner, Technology--Frederick Badalamenti (212) 566-3148 Director, Application Development--Matti Friedman (212) 566-4236 Director, Network--Frederick D'Alo (212) 566-4330 Director, BIS Development & Support--Ann Hurtubise (212) 566-4328 BOROUGH OFFICES Manhattan 280 Broadway, 3rd Fl., New York, NY 10007 TTY/TDD: (212) 566-4769 Customer Service (212) 566-5000 Borough Commissioner--Laura Osorio, R.A. (212) 566-0011 Deputy Borough Commissioner, Technical Affairs-- Dileep Khedekar, P.E. (212) 566-0019 Deputy Borough Commissioner, Operations ­ Christopher Santulli, P.E. (212) 566-0021 Borough Manager--Karen Smith (212) 566-0042 Brooklyn Municipal Building, 8th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 TTY/TDD: (718) 802-4330 Customer Service (718) 802-3693 Borough Commissioner--Manher Shah, P.E. (718) 802-3677 Deputy Borough Commissioner--Susan Hinkson, R.A. (718) 802-3676 Borough Manager--Bonnie Gerard (718) 802-3635 Bronx 1932 Arthur Avenue, Bronx, NY 10457 TTY/TDD: (718) 579-6903 Customer Service (718) 579-6320

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Deputy Borough Commissioner--Vacant (718) 579-6929 Borough Manager--Arlene Gray (718) 579-6923 Queens 126-06 Queens Boulevard, Kew Gardens, NY 11415 TTY/TDD: (718) 520-2445 Customer Service (718) 520-3401 Borough Commissioner--Magdi Mossad, P.E. (718) 520-3308 Deputy Borough Commissioner--Derek Lee, R.A. (718) 520-3413 Borough Manager--Lynette Mitchell (718) 520-3422 Staten Island Borough Hall, Staten Island, NY 10301 TTY/TDD: (718) 816-2164 Customer Service (718) 816-2315 Acting Borough Commissioner--Jorge Canepa, R.A. (718) 816-2320 Deputy Borough Commissioner--Vacant (718) 816-2317 Borough Manager--Brenda Hamilton (718) 816-2310

BUREAU OF ELECTRICAL CONTROL 2322 Municipal Building, New York, NY 10007 TTY/TDD: (212) 669-8352 Assistant Commissioner--Marzio Penzi (212) 669-8338 Deputy Director, Technical--Louis Bunk (212) 669-8362 Deputy Director, Administration--Robert Ferrante (212) 669-7845 Director, Engineer Systems/Advisory Board--Vacant (212) 669-8343 Electrical Code Advisory Board 2324 Municipal Building, New York, NY 10007 Chair--Frank Coluccio (212) 669-8673 Electrical License Board 280 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10007 Chair--Scott Mason (646) 248-3330 MASTER PLUMBER/FIRE SUPPRESSION LICENSE BOARD 280 Broadway, New York, NY 10007 Chair--Charles Fraser (212) 566-4479 Vice Chair--Vacant

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100 Church Street, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-6219 Fax (212) 676-6204 Trade Waste Inspection/Complaints Unit (212) 676-6275 The Business Integrity Commission is charged with licensing and regulating the private carting industry throughout the five boroughs, the businesses in the city's seven public wholesale markets, and the shipboard gaming industry. It is empowered to investigate applicants, issue licenses and registrations, enforce applicable laws, and promulgate rules and regulations that govern the conduct of the businesses it oversees. The Commission is composed of a Chair appointed by the Mayor and the Commissioners of Business Services, Consumer Affairs, Investigation, Police and Sanitation. José Maldonado, Chairman (212) 676-6205 Secretary to the Chairman--Ivette Escobar (212) 676-6200 Deputy Commissioner for Operations and Administration-- Ilene Chin (212) 676-6208 Deputy Commissioner for Legal Matters/General Counsel-- Robert Hammel (212) 676-6202 Deputy Commissioner for Enforcement-- Thomas McCormack (212) 676-9278 Deputy Commissioner Policy & Planning/Chief of Staff-- Robert Schulman (212) 676-6309 Assistant Commissioner for Legal/Deputy General Counsel-- Russell Bixler (212) 676-6306 Director of Audit--Cecilia Chien (212) 676-6228 Trade Waste Inspection/Complaints Unit­ (212) 676-6275 / 6300 NYPD/OCID-TWC Squad, Commanding Officer-- Capt. Alex Schapowal (212) 676-6286 Director of Budget--Jennifer Hoo (212) 676-6230 Procurement--Lily Fung (212) 676-6290 Director of Human Resources--Bridgette Ervin (212) 676-6213 Director of MIS--Ramon Joa (212) 676-0487 Director, Licensing--Diane DiGiacomo (212) 676-6222 FOIL Officer--Susan Ginzburg (212) 676-6288

DEPARTMENT OF SMALL BUSINESS SERVICES

110 William St., 3rd Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 513-6300 Fax: (212) 618-8991 NYC.gov/html/dbs

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Created by Local Law 61 of 1991, the Department of Business Services provides technical assistance and services to New York City businesses, encourages the growth of small, minority, and women-owned businesses and encourages their participation in the City's procurement process, administers neighborhood commercial development programs, and provides business assistance programs that include tax and energy savings, relocation assistance, and aid in obtaining government contracts. The Department also provides administrative support for the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre, and Broadcasting. In addition, the Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is funded through a contract with the Department of Business Services. For information and access to programs and services which assist businesses, call (212) 618-8844

Robert W. Walsh, Commissioner. Appointed January 14, 2002. Salary $152,506 . (212) 513-6350

First Deputy Commissioner­Andrew Schwartz (212) 513-6428 Assistant Commissioner, Finance and Administration/ACCO­ Shaazad Ali (212) 618-8735 Assistant Commissioner, External Affairs and Community Relations­Michael C. Smith (212) 513-6368 Executive Director, Human Resources­Lisa M. Laudico (212) 618-8832 Senior Policy Analyst­Laurie Gross (212) 618-8935 David Margalit (212) 618-8756 Record Access Officer­Gale Rohrs (212) 513-6478 INSPECTOR GENERAL Inspector General­Julia Davis (212) 825-2801 DIVISION OF NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT Deputy Commissioner­Mark Newhouse (212) 618-8802 Executive Director­George Glatter (212) 513-6442 Director, Business Improvement Districts­Edward Eng (212) 513-6413 Director, Commercial Revitalization­Ronald Melichar (212) 513-6436 Director, Empire Zones­Yoonie Cho (212) 513-6466 Micro-Enterprise Division Director­Fred Leopold-Hooke (212) 513-6362 Energy Cost Savings Program (ECSP)/ Lower Manhattan Energy Program (LMEP) Director­Donald Giampietro (212) 618-8778

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Business Relocation Assistance Corporation (BRAC) Chair­Robert W. Walsh Director­Donald Giampietro (212) 618-8778 DIVISION OF BUSINESS ASSISTANCE Deputy Commissioner­Jean Hamerman (212) 618-8840 City Business Assistance/Emergency Response Unit Director­Bernadette Nation (212) 618-8810 Manhattan Business Assistance Center Director­Rosalie Tanaka (212) 618-8728 Satellite Centers Director­Nisha Chopra (212) 513-6344 Procurement Outreach Director­Gordon Richards (212) 513-6472 Procurement Policy Director­Emmanuel Anosike (212) 513- 6382 DIVISION OF LABOR SERVICES Director­Helen Wilson (212) 513-6323

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DIVISION OF ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY Minority/Women Business Enterprise/Locally-Based Enterprise Director­Celeste Morris (212) 513- 6437 MAYOR'S OFFICE OF THE NEW YORK EMPOWERMENT ZONE (NYEZ) 100 Gold Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-7683; Fax: (212) 788-2718 http://nyc.gov/nyez The New York Empowerment Zone, a $300 million City, State and Federal partnership created to revitalize Upper Manhattan and the South Bronx. The program seeks to stimulate economic growth through use of public funds and tax incentives to encourage private investments and to create jobs. Director­Nicole Poindexter (212) 788-3098

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NEW YORK CITY CAMPAIGN FINANCE BOARD

40 Rector St., 7th Fl., New York, NY 10006 (212) 306-7100 Fax: (212) 306-7143; E-mail: [email protected] Established by Local Law 8 of 1988. The Board is included in the New York City Charter as a result of approval of a ballot proposition in November 1988. The Board, an independent nonpartisan agency, provides public funding to candidates for City elective offices who choose to participate in the City's public financing program and monitors candidates' campaign contributions and expenditures to assure that they conform to the requirements of the law. The Board also makes public disclosure of the candidates' campaign finances and publishes a nonpartisan Voter Guide for each regularly scheduled City election, providing information on candidates, ballot proposals, and voting assistance. In addition, the Board administers a mandatory debate program for candidates for citywide office who seek public funding for their campaigns. Composed of a five-member board of whom two are appointed by the Mayor and two by the Speaker of the City Council. The Chair is appointed by the Mayor after consultation with the Speaker.

Term Expires Members March 31 Frederick A. O. Schwarz, Jr., Chair .................................. 2008 Alfred C. Cerullo, III ........................................................... 2005 Dale C. Christensen, Jr ..................................................... 2004 Pamela J. Harbour ............................................................ 2006 Joseph Potasnik ................................................................ 2007

Executive Director--Nicole A. Gordon (212) 306-7110 Deputy Executive Director--Carole Campolo (212) 306-7111 General Counsel--Sue Ellen Dodell (212) 306-7114 Director, Campaign Finance Administration--Amy Loprest (212) 306-7118 Director, Administrative Services--Man Wai Gin (212) 306-7140 Chief of Data Operations--Diana Lundy (212) 306-7119 Director, Systems Administration--Ken O'Brien (212) 306-7132 Director of Auditing and Accounting--Julius Peele (212) 306-7123 Chief of Publications--Elizabeth Upp (212) 306-7149 Press Secretary--Molly Watkins (212) 306-7150 Chief, Candidate Services--Melanie Whatley (212) 306-7147 C-Smart© (Candidate Software Helpline) (212) 306-7134

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ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN'S SERVICES

150 William Street, New York, NY 10038 1-877-KIDS NYC (543-7692) NYC.gov/html/acs The Administration for Children's Services was created on January 11, 1996 from the child welfare divisions of the Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services, to make the mission of providing for the safety, care and nurturing of New York City's children the sole objective of one agency. ACS fulfills this mandate by: 1) acting as a child protective service, receiving and investigating reports of child abuse and neglect; 2) assisting families at risk by addressing the causes of abuse and neglect; 3) providing children and families with preventive services to avert the impairment or disruption of families; 4) placing a child in temporary foster care or permanent adoption when preventive services cannot redress causes of child maltreatment; 5) assisting in bringing to justice any person who criminally injures a child; 6) providing opportunities for children's growth and development through child care and Head Start services; 7) providing services to ensure that legally responsible parents provide child support; and 8) issuing of child performer permits. To report child abuse and neglect, call the New York State Central Register (SCR) Child Abuse & Maltreatment Hotline: General Public, Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Mandated Reporters, (800) 635-1552 Outside of New York State, (518) 474-8740

William C. Bell, Commissioner. Salary $162,800. Appointed January 1, 2002. (212) 341-0900

Executive Director, Office of the Commissioner-- Jennifer Marino (212) 341-0965 Strategic Planning and Organizational Development, Executive Director­Melissa Baker (212) 341-0908 Records Access Officer--Jane Jaffe (212) 341-2722 Ombudsman/Office of Advocacy, Director-- Vivian DeMilly, (212) 676-9017 DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION Deputy Commissioner--John A. Benanti (212) 341-0990 Chief of Staff --Vacant (212) 341-0995 Special Assistant--Rebecca Weiss (212) 341-2947 Management Information Systems, Associate Commissioner--Dan Sedlis (212) 676-8724 Contracts, Assistant Commissioner/ACCO--

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Barbara Whitehall (212) 341-3505 Facilities & Administrative Services, Assistant Commissioner (Acting)--Hayden Blades (212) 341-4800 Administrative Services, Assistant Commissioner (Acting)-- Michael Hannon (212) 341-9020 Personnel, Assistant Commissioner--Roger Hannon (212) 341-2501 Office of Equal Employment Opportunity, Director/ EEO Officer--Mary Ann Salley (212) 487-8604/5 2 Washington Street, New York, NY 10004 DIVISION OF CHILD CARE/HEAD START Deputy Commissioner--Harvey I. Newman (212) 341-0943 Child Care, Associate Commissioner (Acting)-- Paula Feinstein -66 John St., New York, N.Y. 10038 (212) 361-6900 Head Start, Assistant Commissioner--Frances Phipps 66 John St., New York, N.Y. 10038 (212) 361-6753 DIVISION OF FINANCIAL SERVICES Deputy Commissioner--Vacant (212) 341-0919 Audit, Budget, Claiming & Fiscal, Associate Commissioner (Acting)--Susan Nuccio (212) 676-8901 Budget & Claiming, Assistant Commissioner--Vacant (212) 676-8905 DIVISION OF CHILD PROTECTION Deputy Commissioner--Zeinab Chahine (212) 341-0972 Child Protective Services, Emergency Children's Services (ECS), Family Preservation Program, Associate Commissioner--Mary Jane Cotter (212) 341-2932 Child Protective Services (Bronx, Queens, ECS), Assistant Commissioner--Vacant (212) 341-2640 Child Protective Services (Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Isl), Assistant Commissioner­Sharon McDougall (212) 341-2645 Placement and Evaluation Services, Assistant Commissioner--Vacant (212) 341-3101 Field Support Services, Assistant Commissioner-- Pearl Jack Mack (212) 442-8311 Child Performer Permits (212) 442-6106 Child Protective Field Offices: Emergency Children's Services (212) 966-8000 Bronx: 1775 Grand Concourse 10453 (718) 716-0301 192 E 151st Street 10451 (718) 579-9500 1960 Benedict Avenue 10462 (718) 430-1704 1274 Bedford Ave. 11216 (718) 623-4531

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345 Adams Street 11201 (718) 522-8214 19 Grant Square 11216 (718) 363-7432 1958 Fulton Street 11233 (718) 953-8259 2554 Linden Boulevard 11208 (718) 348-8013 Manhattan: 50 William St. 10038 (212) 676-6400 Queens: 165-15 Archer Ave. 11433 (718) 481-5707 90-25 161st Street 11433 (718) 262-1606 Staten Island: 350 St. Mark's Pl. 10301 (718) 720-2832 DIVISION OF LEGAL SERVICES Deputy Commissioner/General Counsel--Joseph Cardieri (212) 341-0927 Office of Child Support Enforcement, Associate Commissioner--Mike Infranco (212) 487-5892 Adoption, Assistant Commissioner-- Jaroslawa (Jenny) Czyrko (212) 676-9496 Abuse and Neglect, Deputy General Counsel-- Nancy Thomson (212) 274-6166 Child Support Litigation, Associate General Counsel-- Arlene Weberg (212) 274-5949 Legal Affairs, Deputy General Counsel--Don Shacknai (212) 341-2755 Intergovernmental, Special Counsel--Charles Hollander (212) 341-2731 Labor Relations, Director (Acting)--Clarence Jeffrey (212) 341-2708 FOSTER CARE & PREVENTIVE SERVICES Deputy Commissioner--Lisa Parrish (212) 341-0981 Chief of Staff--Peggy Ellis (212) 341-0985 Office of Youth Development, Associate Commissioner-- Linda Lausell Bryant (212) 487-8617 Office of Contract Agency Case Management, Director-- Morris Heney (212) 676-6630 Direct Congregate Care Services, Associate Commissioner-- Harry Bryan, 2 Washington Street, New York, NY 10038 (212) 487-8268 Direct Foster Care Services, Assistant Commissioner-- Vacant, 150 William Street, New York, NY 10004 (212) 676-6917 Parent Recruitment & Expedited Permanency, Director -- Rachel Pratt, (212) 676-9207 Agency Case Review (ACR), Director --Susan Grundberg (212) 676-6835 Agency Program Assistance, Director--Vacant (212) 341-2904

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900 River Avenue, 10452 (718) 590-7904 127 W. 127th Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10027 (212) 280-9606 185 Marcy Ave (404 Pine St) 11211 (718) 218-6213 151 Lawrence Street, 11201 (718) 488-5306 185 Marcy Avenue, 11211 (718) 218-6111 92-31 Union Hall St., 11433 (718) 262-3201

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Neighborhood Based Homefinding & Placement: 150 William Street, New York, NY 10038 (212) 676-7705 Group Work Services 92-31 Union Hall Street, 2nd Floor (718) 262-3449 Foster Parent & Adoptive Parent Recruitment Hotline (212) 676-WISH (9474) DIVISION OF MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING Deputy Commissioner--Jennifer Jones Austin (212) 341-2980 Management Development and Research, Assistant Commissioner--Vacant (212) 341-2818 External Affairs, Assistant Commissioner--Gabrielle Kreisler (212) 341-0965 Medical Services Planning and Development, Associate Commissioner--Hee Sun Yu (212) 341-8934 Quality Assurance, Assistant Commissioner--Diane Connolly (212) 341-2813 Satterwhite Training Academy, Children's Center, 492 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016, Executive Director--Ervine Kimerling (646) 935-1301 OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS Director--Kathleen Carlson (212) 341-0999 Press Secretary--MacLean Guthrie (212) 341-0999 Agenda for Children Tomorrow (ACT) 2 Washington Street, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10004 www.actnyc.org ACT is a collaborative project among the Administration for Children's Services, other city agencies, foundations and community groups building strategic planning capacity in selected neighborhoods. It links social services with education, health and economic development. Co-Chairs: William C. Bell and Barbara B. Blum Project Director--Eric B. Brettschneider (212) 487-8284

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One Centre St., Rm. 2300, New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-2609 Composed of a Chair and four other members not more than three of whom shall be of the same political party as the Chair. Term six years. Mayor appoints one member Chair. Chair's term, separate from his or her term as a Commission member, is one year. Salaries: Chair, $335.60 per diem; members, $305.09 per diem. Functions as a quasi-judicial body for individual appeals from disciplinary actions and appeals from decisions of the Commissioner of the Department of Citywide Administrative Services; and acts as guardian of the City's merit system.

Members Stanley K. Schlein, Chair ................................. David S. Lande, Vice Chair .............................. Bernard H. Jackson ......................................... Stephanie E. Kupferman .................................. Nicholas A. LaPorte .........................................

Term Expires March 22, 2005 March 21, 2005 March 21, 1997 March 21, 2003 March 21, 2007

Director and General Counsel--Willena Nanton, Esq. (212) 669-2609 Executive Secretary and Deputy Counsel--Vacant (212) 669-2608 Office Manager--Evelyn Horowitz (212) 669-2608

CITY MARSHALS

No more than eighty-three city marshals shall be appointed by the Mayor. Term five years. Fees only. Every marshal shall be a domiciliary of the City of New York at the time of appointment and during his or her term of office. Vacancies occurring otherwise than by expiration of term shall be filled by the Mayor for unexpired terms. City marshals are regulated by the New York City Department of Investigation, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038, Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK. For an up-to-date list of City Marshals visit the DOI website at www.nyc.gov/html/doi

City Marshals George Airday, 5720 Mosholu Avenue (Rear) Bronx, NY 10471-2234 (718) 601-7320 Fax: (718) 601-7396 Robert J. Barsch, 3403 Avenue S, 1st floor

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Brooklyn, NY 11234-4825 (718) 382-3571 Fax: (718) 645-9260 Thomas J. Bia, 181 East 161st Street Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 681-8878 Fax: (718) 681-8677 Martin A. Bienstock, 36-35 Bell Blvd. P.O. Box 610600, Bayside NY 11361 (718) 279-3774 Fax: (718) 423-0014 Ruth Burko, 38 Westchester Square, Suite 52 Bronx, NY 10461 (718) 824-5599 Fax: (718) 824-5355 Richard A. Capuano, 62-59 Woodhaven Blvd. Rego Park, NY 11374 (718) 478-0400 Fax: (718) 478-0020 Maxine Chevlowe, 95-20 63rd Road, Suite 10 Rego Park, NY 11374 (718) 459-3600 Fax: (718) 459-9563 Henry Daley, One Cross Island Plaza Rosedale, NY 11422 (718) 978-8070 Fax: (718) 978-6719 George Essock, 41-02 Bell Blvd., Suite 1 Bayside, NY 11361 (718) 423-7500 Fax: (718) 423-2244 Alvin Frankenberg, 205-07 Hillside Avenue, Rm. 29 Hollis, NY 11423 (718) 464-3200 Fax: (718) 464-3808 Bruce Frankenberg, 205-07 Hillside Avenue, Rm. 29 Hollis, NY 11423 (718) 464-6500 Fax: (718) 464-3808 Kenneth J. Giachetta, 155 New Dorp Plaza Staten Island, NY 10306 (718) 351-4537 Fax: (718) 979-7010 Louis Giachetta, 155 New Dorp Plaza Staten Island, NY 10306 (718) 351-4537 Fax: (718) 979-7010 Edward F. Guida, 47-26 104th Street Corona, NY 11368 (718) 779-2134 Fax: (718) 779-8123 Roger E. Hammer, 41-02 Bell Blvd. Bayside, NY 11361 (718) 279-4118 Fax: (718) 279-4210 Martin A. Hayott, 1860 Grand Concourse Bronx, NY, 10457 (718) 299-6800 Fax: (718) 299-4050 Joseph Jacobs, 50 Court Street, Room 1006 Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 875-6161 Fax: (718) 858-3788 Jerome S. Janof, 39-13 Bell Blvd. P.O. Box 527, Bayside, NY 11361

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(718) 631-7600 Fax: (718) 225-6065 Norman Katz, 1800 Kings Highway, 2nd Fl. Brooklyn, NY 11229 (718) 998-1852 Fax: (718) 336-2738 Bruce Kemp, 39-13 Bell Blvd., P.O.Box 521 Bayside, NY 11361 (718) 224-3409 Fax: (718) 224-3912 Alan Levine, One Cross Island Plaza Rosedale, NY 11422 (718) 978-8070 Fax: (718) 978-6719 Alfred E. Locascio, 120 Westchester Square Bronx, NY 10461 (718) 904-9200 Fax: (718) 829-1150 John F. Marchisotto, 16 Court Street, Rm. 1208 Brooklyn, NY 11241 (718) 858-9535 Fax: (718) 855-2972 Richard E. McCoy, 241-04 Hillside Avenue Bellrose, NY 11426 (718) 347-6844 Fax: (718) 347-6867 Melvin Moses, 116 John Street, 15th Floor New York, NY 10038 (212) 349-4303 Fax: (212) 349-4309 Ronald Moses, 116 John Street, 15th Floor New York, NY 10038 (212) 349-4303 Fax: (212) 349-4309 Ronald W. Pazant, 255-17 Hillside Avenue Glen Oaks, NY 11004 (718) 347-7172 Fax: (718) 347-7428 Norman Pessel, 401 Broadway, Suite 208 New York, NY 10013 (212) 219-3350 Fax: (212) 274-0140 Steven Powell, 774 Manor Road Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 494-7474 Fax: (718) 983-7446 Jeffrey Rose,1503 Gravesend Neck Road Brooklyn., NY 11229 (718) 645-2100 Fax: (718) 645-5920 Jacob D. Sampson, 242-18 Merrick Blvd Rosedale, NY 11422 (718) 949-4345 Fax: (718) 978-1880 Howard J. Schain, 370 Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11217 (718) 330-0242 Fax: (718) 852-8876 Jerold X. Shapiro, One Cross Island Plaza Rosedale, NY 11422 (718) 978-8070 Fax: (718) 978-6719 Joel Shapiro, 2432 Grand Concourse, Suite 504 Bronx, NY 10458 (718) 295-3333 Fax: (718) 295-8032

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22 Reade St., New York, NY 10007-1216 (212) 720-3276 Fax: (212) 720-3218 Meets in Spector Hall at 22 Reade Street, Manhattan, twice a month on Wednesdays at 10 a.m., unless otherwise ordered by the Commission. Composed of a Chair who serves at the pleasure of the Mayor and 12 members appointed as follows: six by the Mayor (M); five, each by a Borough President (BP); and one by the Public Advocate (PA). Members serve for overlapping five-year terms. A Vice Chair, designated by the Mayor from among the members, serves at the pleasure of the Mayor. Vacancies may be filled for unexpired terms. The Chair also acts as the Director of City Planning. The Chair is responsible for overall planning, direction and coordination of policy. He or she advises and assists the Mayor and the Council on physical and public improvements related to the City's development. The Commission has primary responsibility for the conduct of planning in the City. It drafts and approves amendments to the Zoning Resolution and the City Map. Within the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure, the Commission also reviews all urban renewal and housing plans and projects, sales and leases of property to and from the City, franchises, revocable consents, landfills and site selection. These actions are subject to review and approval by the Council in accordance with Charter requirements. Salary of the Chair, $162,800. Salary of the Vice Chair, $51,900. Salary of the Commissioners, $45,131.

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Commissioners (Appointing Officers) Amanda M. Burden, Chair Kenneth J. Knuckles (Bronx BP), Vice Chair Angela M. Battaglia (M) Dolly Williams (Brooklyn BP) William J. Grinker (M) Irwin Cantor, P.E. (Queens BP) Angela Cavaluzzi (Manhattan BP) Alexander Garvin (M) Jane Gol (M) John Merolo (Staten Island BP) Joseph B. Rose (M) Karen Phillips (PA) Richard W. Eaddy (M)

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22 Reade St., New York, NY 10007-1216 (212) 720-3300 Fax: (212) 720-3219 NYC.gov/planning The Department of City Planning is responsible for the City's physical and socioeconomic planning, including land use and environmental review; preparation of plans and policies; and provision of technical assistance and planning information to government agencies, public officials, and community boards. The responsibilities of the Director of City Planning, who also serves as Chair of the City Planning Commission, include advising and assisting the Mayor, the Borough Presidents, and the City Council in regard to all matters related to the development and improvement of the City, as well as assisting the Mayor in the preparation of strategic plans that have long-term implications for the City. The Department is responsible for land use analysis in support of the Commission's review of proposals for zoning map and text amendments; special permits under the Zoning Resolution; changes in the City map; the acquisition and disposition of Cityowned property; the acquisition of office space for City use; site selection for public facilities; urban renewal plans and amendments; landmark and historic district designations; and community-initiated plans under Section 197-a of the City Charter. Director--Amanda Burden (212) 720-3200 Executive Director--Richard Barth (212) 720-3500 Counsel--David Karnovsky (212) 720-3400 *

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Director of Intergovernmental Affairs/Special Assistant to the Chair--Ellen Ryan (212) 720-3225 Public Affairs--Robyn Stein (212) 720-3471 Fax: (212) 720-3219 Records Access Officer--Wendy Niles (212) 720-3208 Operations Director--David J. Zagor (212) 720-3650 Fax: (212) 720-3219 Human Resources--Sean Hennessey (212) 720-3682 Fiscal Officer--Purnell Lancaster (212) 720-3657 Bookstore--Rodrigo Zapata (212) 720-3667 Borough Planning Offices: Bronx--Purnima Kapur, Director--1 Fordham Plaza, Bronx, NY10458 (718) 220-8500; Fax: (718) 584-8628 Brooklyn--Regina Myer, Director--16 Court St., Brooklyn, NY 11241 (718) 643-7554; Fax: (718) 596-2609 Manhattan--Vishaan Chakrabarti, Director--22 Reade St., New York, NY 10007-1216 (212) 720-3542; Fax: (212) 720-3488 Queens--John Young, Director--120-55 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens, NY 11424 (718) 286-3170; Fax: (718) 286-3183 Staten Island--Vacant, Director--130 Stuyvesant Place., Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 556-7241; Fax: (718) 727-2972 Land Use and Environmental Review Commission Meeting Info (212) 720-3372 Geographic Systems (212) 720-3550 Zoning Information (212) 720-3291; Fax: (212) 720-3244 Land Use Review--Jacquelyn Harris (212) 720-3543; Fax: (212) 720-3356 Technical Review--Sam Voyages (212) 720-3226 Fax: (212) 720-3244 Environmental Assessment and Review--Robert Dobruskin (212) 720-3423; Fax: (212) 720-3495 Information Services Division--Anne Kelly (212) 720-3551; Fax: (212) 720-3354 Strategic Planning Deputy Executive Director--Sandy Hornick (212) 720-3547; Fax: (212) 720-3490 Director of Studies--Elizabeth Mackintosh (212) 720-3464;

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Fax: (212) 720-3490 Transportation--Jack Schmidt (212) 442-4630; Fax: (212) 442-4724 Planning Coordination--Barbara Weisberg (212) 720-3450; Fax: (212) 720-3490 Waterfront and Open Space--Wilbur Woods (212) 720-3620 Housing Economic and Infrastructure Planning--Eric Kober (212) 720-3322; Fax: (212) 720-3495 Zoning and Urban Design--Michael Weil (212) 720-3220; Fax: (212) 720-3244

BOARD OF TRUSTEES THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

535 E. 80th St., Third Fl., New York, NY 10021 (212) 794-5450 Fax: (212) 794-5346 The Board of Trustees is the governing board of the public higher educational complex that spans the five boroughs and encompasses six community colleges, ten senior colleges, a technical college, a graduate school, a law school and a medical school. The Board is composed of 17 Trustees; ten appointed by the Governor and five by the Mayor, both with State Senate advice and consent. One ex-officio Trustee is the chair of the University Student Senate. One ex-officio non-voting Trustee is the chair of the University Faculty Senate. The Chair and the Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees are appointed by and serve at the pleasure of the Governor. The Trustees appointed by the Mayor must be New York City residents and include at least one alumnus of an educational unit in The City University. The Trustees appointed by the Governor shall include at least one resident of each of the five boroughs of New York City and must include at least two alumni of an educational unit of The City University including at least one alumnus of a community college. New appointments will be for the unexpired period of the Trustee being replaced; reappointments will be for a period of seven years. No salary. Board meetings are generally held on the fourth Monday of the month. There are no regular meetings in July, August and December. During each year a public hearing is held in each of the boroughs on matters of university-wide interest.

Appointees

Benno C. Schmidt, Jr. Valerie Lancaster Beal John S. Bonnici

Term expires June 30

2006 2009 2008

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John J. Calandra Wellington Z. Chen Kenneth E. Cook Alfred B. Curtis, Jr. Joseph J. Lhota Randy M. Mastro Hugo M. Morales, M.D. Kathleen M. Pesile Carol A. Robles-Roman Nilda Soto Ruiz Marc V. Shaw Jeffrey S. Wiesenfeld Ex-officio Members Susan O'Malley, (Non-Voting Member) Shamsul Haque, (Voting Member) Secretary--Genevieve Mullin (212) 794-5450 General Counsel--Frederick P. Schaffer (212) 794-5506

THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

535 E. 80th St., New York, NY 10021 (212) 794-5555 Student Application Information 1-800-CUNY-YES www.cuny.edu Chancellor--Matthew Goldstein. Salary $250,000 (212) 794-5311 Executive Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs-- Louise Mirrer (212) 794-5414 Senior Vice Chancellor & Chief Operating Officer-- Allan H. Dobrin (212) 794-5305 Vice Chancellors: University Relations--Jay Hershenson (212) 794-5317 Student Development & Enrollment Management-- Otis O. Hill (212) 794-5775 Faculty and Staff Relations--Brenda Richardson Malone (212) 794-5353 Legal Affairs--Frederick P. Schaffer (212) 794-5506 Special Counsel to the Chancellor & Records Access Officer­ Dave Fields (212) 794-5313 THE GRADUATE CENTER 365 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10016 (212) 817-7000 President--Dr. Frances Degen Horowitz (212) 817-7100 Provost and Senior Vice President -- Dr. William P. Kelly (212) 817-7200 Vice President for Finance & Administration-- Sebastian Persico (212) 817-7600

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Vice President for Student Affairs --Matthew G. Schoengood (212) 817-7400 Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs-- Dr. Brian Schwartz (212) 817-7520 Vice President for Institutional Advancement-- Steven M. Gorelick (212) 817-7104 Vice President for Information Resources--James A. Haggard (212) 817-7350 Assistant Vice President for Public Affairs--Nanette G. Shaw (212) 817-7170 Assistant Vice President for Human Resources-- Yosette Jones Johnson (212) 817-7700 Senior Colleges THE BERNARD M. BARUCH COLLEGE One Bernard Baruch Way, New York, NY 10010 (646) 312-1000 President--Ned Regan (646) 312-3310 Senior Vice President and Provost--Dr. David Dannenbring (212) 802-2820 V.P. for College Advancement--David Gallagher (212) 802-2900 V.P. for Student Development--Dr. Samuel Johnson (646) 312-4570 V.P. for Administration & Finance--Robert Specter (212) 802-2849 Public Information Officer--Zane Berzins (212) 802-2880 Public Information Officer­Vincent Passaro (212) 802-2916 BROOKLYN COLLEGE 2900 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11210-2889 (718) 951-5000 President--Christoph M. Kimmich (718) 951-5671 Provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs-- Roberta Matthews (718) 951-5864 Vice President for Finance and Administration-- Steve G. Little (718) 951-5116 Vice President for Institutional Advancement-- Janet E. Scott (718) 951-5391 Dean for Student Life--Milga Morales (718) 951-5352 Executive Assistant to the President--Jane Herbert (718) 951-5671 Records Access Officer--Pamela J. Pollack (718) 951-3118 THE CITY COLLEGE Convent Ave. & 138 St., New York, NY 10031 (212) 650-7000 President--Dr. Gregory H. Williams (212) 650-7285; Fax: (212) 650-7680

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Provost & Vice Pres., Academic Affairs--Zeev Dagan (212) 650-6638 Vice President, Student Affairs--June Hendricks (212) 650-5426 Senior Vice President/ Chief Operating Officer-- Dr. Lois S. Cronholm (212) 650-7309 Vice President, Development--Rachelle Butler (212) 650-7125 Dean/Faculty and Staff Relations--John Snyder (212) 650-8276 HUNTER COLLEGE 695 Park Ave., New York, NY 10021-5085 (212) 772-4000 President--Jennifer J. Raab Salary $175,000 (212) 772-4242 Fax: (212) 772-4724 Chief of Staff to the President--Felice Cohen (212) 772-4242 Provost--Dr. Richard Pizer (212) 722-4150 Dean of Staff & Faculty Relations and Special Counsel to the President--Linda T. Chin (212) 772-4220 Acting V.P. for Administration--Leonard F. Zinnanti (212) 772-4460 V.P. for Student Affairs and Dean of Students-- Eija Ayravainen (212) 772-4878 Executive Director for Facilities, Management and Planning-- Julio Vazquez (212) 772-4380 Director of External Affairs--Terri R. Deutch (212) 772-4242 Director of Security--Louis Mader (212) 772-4521 Acting Dean of Arts & Sciences--Judith Friedlander (212) 772-5195 Executive Director of Development--Mark Kalish (212) 772-4085 Executive Director of Finance & Business Affairs-- Sharon Neill (212) 772-4475 Director of Human Resources--Charles E. Hayes (212) 772-4511 Dean for Diversity and Compliance & Special Assistant to the President for Campus Relations--Laura Schachter (212) 772-4242 School of Social Work-129 E. 79 St., New York, NY 10021 Dean--Bogart Leashore (212) 452-7085 Brookdale Schools of the Health Professions-425 E. 25 St., New York, NY 10010-2590 Dean--Laurie Sherwin (212) 481-4300 Campus Schools (Elementary and High School) 71 E. 94 St., New York, NY 10028-0798. (212) 860-1267 Principal--David Laurenson

City University

JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE John Jay Square, 899 Tenth Ave., New York, NY 10019 (212) 237-8000 President--Gerald W. Lynch (212) 237-8600 Provost--Basil Wilson (212) 237-8800 Vice President, Administrative Affairs--Robert Pignatello (212) 237-8500 Vice President, Student Development--Roger Witherspoon (212) 237-8100 Vice President, Professional Development and Training-- Mary Rothlein (212) 237-8624 Associate Provost--Lawrence Kobilinsky (212) 237-8884 Dean, Graduate Studies--James Levine (212) 237-8422 Executive Assistant to the President--Patricia Maull (212) 237-8604 Director of Communications--Jerry Capeci (212) 237-8628 HERBERT H. LEHMAN COLLEGE 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY 10468 (718) 960-8000 Fax: (718) 960-8935 President--Ricardo R. Fernández (718) 960-8111 Provost & V.P. for Academic Affairs--Dr. Anthony J. Garro (718) 960-8222 V.P. for Student Affairs--José Magdaleno (718) 960-8241 V.P. for Administration--Derek C. Wheeler (718) 960-8539 Deputy to the President--Milton Santiago (718) 960-8111 Records Access Officer--Esdras Tulier (718) 960-8559 V.P. for Institutional Advancement--Dr. Anne Johnson (718) 960-8350 Assistant V.P. Enrollment--Anne Prisco (718) 960- 7825 MEDGAR EVERS COLLEGE 1650 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11225 (718) 270-4900 Fax: (718) 270-5126

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President--Edison O. Jackson. Salary $132,040. (718) 270-5000 Acting Provost--Dominic Nwasike (718) 270-5010 Chief of Staff/Vice President of Operations--Fontaine D. Davis (718) 270-5000 Vice President of Student Affairs--Vincent Banrey (718) 270-6046 Vice President of Administration and Finance--Arthur Taylor (718) 270-6103 Dean of Faculty & Staff Relations/Counsel to the President-- Dr. Nan Fisher Williams (718) 270-5000 Assistant Provost & Technology--Michael Fitzgerald

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(718) 270-4950 Acting Dean of Institutional Advancement, Development & Public Affairs--Fred L. Price (718) 270-6972 Director of International Advancement--Eugene Pursoo (212) 594-5011 V.P. of Institutional Assessment & Accountability­ Dr. Doris Withers (718) 270-5018 Director of Government & Community Relations-- Gbubemi Okotieuro (718) 270-6978 Director of Alumni, Corporate & Foundation Relations-- C. Henry Ross (718) 270-6986 NEW YORK CITY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY 300 Jay St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 260-5400 President--Fred W. Beaufait Salary $155,000 (718) 260-5400 Fax: (718) 260-5406 Provost--Joann Laperla-Morales (718) 260-5560 Fax: (718) 260-5542 SOPHIE DAVIS SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL EDUCATION/ CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK MEDICAL SCHOOL Convent Ave. & 138th St., New York, NY 10031 (212) 650-7700 Fax: (212) 650-6696 Dean--Stanford A. Roman, Jr., M.D., M.P.H. Salary $183,750. (212) 650-5275/6 Assistant to the Dean--Luz C. Alava (212) 650-5275/6 Records Access Officer--Maria Jimenez (212) 650-7156 Deputy to the Dean for Academic Affairs-- Louis L. Cregler, M.D. (212) 650-7699 Associate Dean, Student Affairs--Dani McBeth, Ph.D. (212) 650-8485 Associate Dean, Administration--George Kaler (212) 650-8720 Director, P.A. Program--Adrian Llewellyn, PA-C (212) 939-2516 Director, Development Officer--Mary Hazen (212) 650-5282 THE CITY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW AT QUEENS COLLEGE 65-21 Main St., Flushing, NY 11367 (718) 340-4200 Fax: (718) 575-4275 Dean--Kristin Booth Glen. Salary $130,852. (718) 340-4201 Associate Dean/Records Access Officer--William Fox (718) 340-4222 Associate Dean--Mary Lu Bilek (718) 340-4340

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QUEENS COLLEGE 65-30 Kissena Blvd., Flushing, NY 11367-1597 (718) 997-5000 Fax: (718) 793-8044 President--James L. Muyskens, Ph.D, Salary $190,000 (718) 997-5550 Senior Vice President and Provost-- Evangelos J. Gizis, Ph.D. (718) 997-5900 Vice President, Finance and Business--Hratch Zadoian (718) 997-5775 Acting Vice President, Institutional Development-- Joseph Scelsa, Ed.D. (718) 997-5560 Executive Director of Facilities and Campus Services-- James O'Hara (718) 997-5558 Dean of Students--Burton Backner, Ph.D (718) 997-5500 Assistant Vice President for Labor Relations and Special Counsel to the President--Jane Denkensohn, Esq. (718) 997-5725 Acting Associate Provost, Academic Planning and Programs--Marten den Boer, Ph.D (718) 997-5903 Acting Assistant to the Provost--Robert Weller (718) 997-5780 Executive Assistant to the President--Sue Henderson (718) 997-5557 THE COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND 2800 Victory Boulevard Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 982-2000 Fax: (718) 982-2404 President--Marlene Springer, Ph.D Salary $162,000 (718) 982-2400 Records Access Officer--Kathy Galvez (718) 982-2355 YORK COLLEGE 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11451 (718) 262-2000 Fax: (718) 262-2730

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College Relations--William E. Berry, Jr. (718) 262-2350 Associate Dean of Faculty and Staff Relations-- Yvette C. Urquhart (718) 262-2870 Associate Dean of Institutional Advancement-- Ronald C. Thomas (718) 262-3810 Executive Director of Compliance Programs & Legal Affairs-- Olga Dais (718) 262-2140 Community Colleges BRONX COMMUNITY COLLEGE University Ave. & W. 181 St., Bronx, NY 10453 (718) 289-5100 President--Carolyn G. Williams. Salary $153,000 (718) 289-5151; Fax: (718) 289-6011 Executive Assistant to the President--Sahana Gupta (718) 289-5151; Fax: (718) 289-6011 Associate Dean for Planning and Institutional Research-- Nancy Ritze (718) 289-5151 Fax: (718) 289-6011 Special Assistant for Community and Public Relations-- Carol White (718) 289-5151; Fax (718) 289-6011 Vice President of Academic Affairs--Marcia V. Keizs (718) 289-5139 Fax: (718) 289-6006 Vice President of Administration--Mary E. Coleman (718) 289-5128 Fax: (718) 289-6003 Vice President of Student Development--Brenda Scranton (718) 289-5864; Fax: (718) 289-6347 Vice President of Institutional Development-- George Sanchez (718) 289-5184; Fax: (718) 289-6019 Associate Dean of Enrollment Management--Bernard Gantt (718) 289-5714 EUGENIO MARIA DE HOSTOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE 500 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 518-4444 President--Dolores M. Fernández Ph. D. (718) 518-4300 Chief Executive to the President and Chief of Staff-- Sandra Ruiz (718) 518-4264 V.P. for Academic Affairs and Provost-- Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D. (718) 518-6660 V.P. for Administration & Finance-- Esther Rodriguez-Chardavoyne (718) 518-4308 V.P. for Student Development & Enrollment Management-- Ben M. Corpus, Ph.D. (718) 518-4264 KINGSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2001 Oriental Blvd.,Brooklyn, NY 11235 (718) 368-5000 Fax: (718) 368-5003

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President--Byron McClenney (718) 368-5109 Vice President for Administration--Judith Bronstein (718) 368-5028 Vice President for Student Services--Michael Poindexter (718) 368-5563 Interim Vice President for College Advancement-- Arleen Arnsparger (718) 368-6570 Provost and Dean of Academic Programs--Stuart Suss (718) 368-5661 Dean of Instructional Services--David Gomez (718) 368-5650 Dean of Continuing Education--Saul W. Katz (718) 368-5051 Administrator for Business Affairs--Joseph Musicus (718) 368-5902 Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations/Records Access Officer--Jan Baybusky (718) 368-5436 Executive Assistant to the President--Peter Pobat (718) 368-5109 FIORELLO H. LA GUARDIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 31-10 Thomson Ave., L.I. City, NY 11101 (718) 482-7200 Fax: (718) 609-2000 President--Gail O. Mellow (718) 482-5050 Executive Associate to the President--Audrey Harrigan (718) 482-5050 Vice President of Academic Affairs--John Bihn (718) 482-5401 Acting Vice President of Enrollment Management & Student Development--Peter Jordan (718) 482-5284 Vice President of Administration--Richard Elliott (718) 482-5501 Acting Vice President of Adult/Cont. Ed.--Linda Gilberto (718) 482-5302 Vice President for Information Technology--Henry Saltiel (718) 482-6120 Affirmative Action Officer/Acting Labor and Legal Designee-- Jemma Robain LaCaille (718) 482-5057 BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 199 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 220-8000 Fax: (212) 220-1244 President--Dr. Antonio Perez. Salary $164,000. (212) 220-1234 Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs--Dr. Sadie Bragg (212) 220-8321

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Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean--Dr. Michael Haynes (212) 220-8131 Vice President for Administration and Planning-- G. Scott Anderson (212) 220-8015 Executive Assistant to the President/Counsel-- Dr. Richard Hasselbach (212) 220-1231 Dean of Adult and Continuing Education-- Dr.Acté Maldonado (212) 220-8351 Dean of College Development--Ellen O'Neill (212) 220-8021 Vice President for Legal Affairs & Faculty & Staff Relations-- Robert E. Diaz (212) 220-8305 Acting Affirmative Action Officer/Director Community & Government Relations--Angela Sales (212) 220-1237 QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE 222-05 56th Ave., Bayside, NY 11364 (718) 631-6262 President--Eduardo Marti Salary $153,000. (718) 631-6222 Fax: (718) 423-0363 Executive Assistant--Millie Conte (718) 631-6222 Vice President of Academic Affairs--Dr. Robert Kahn (718) 631-6344 Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration/Records Access Officer--Howard Lapidus (718) 631-6242 Director of Faculty & Staff Relations--Liza Larios (718) 631-6243 Vice President of Student Affairs--Dr. Patricia Evanoski Maher (718) 631-6351 Affirmative Action & Compliance Officer--George Muchita (718) 631-6391

CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND

555 West 57th St.,10th Flr., New York, NY 10019 (212) 541-0171 Fax: (212) 541-0401 The vehicle through which facilities are provided for senior and community colleges and graduate institutions of The City University of NY, the Fund is a tax-exempt public-benefit corporation originating July 5, 1966 by action of the New York State Legislature, Article 125-B of the Education Law, the City University Construction Fund Act. Two of the seven Trustees are ex-officio: the City University Board of Trustees Chair, and the New York State Director of the Budget or his/her designee. Additionally, the Mayor appoints one Trustee (with State Senate advice and consent); the Governor appoints two Trustees (one a member of the City University Board of Trustees, and the other with State Senate advice and consent); one Trustee is appointed by the

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Temporary President of the State Senate; and one Trustee by the Speaker of the State Assembly. Governor appoints Chair and Vice Chair from the seven Trustees.

Members Appointment Dates* Harvey Auerbach, Chair, Appointed by the Temporary President of the State Senate .......... Jan.1, 1997 Philip A. Berry, Appointed by the Mayor ............ June 19, 2002 Carole E. Stone .......................................................... Ex-officio Benno C. Schmidt, Jr. ................................................ Ex-officio

Executive Director--Emma Espino Macari (212) 794-5315 Counse--Frederick P. Schaffer (212) 794-5506 Chief Fiscal Officer--Catherine Yang (212) 541-0458 Special Assistant--Glenda Brooks (212) 541-0171

*Pursuant to Section 5 of the Public Officers Law, appointees remain in office as holdovers upon expiration of terms until new appointments are made. With the exceptions of ex officio Trustees, each Trustee serves for a term expiring concurrently with that of his/her appointing officer.

DEPARTMENT OF CITYWIDE ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES (DCAS)

17th Floor, Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street New York, New York 10007 (212) 669-7000 NYC.gov/dcas The Department manages, leases and purchases City real property; operates, manages and repairs courthouses and other City-owned public buildings; administers an energy conservation program; purchases supplies, materials and equipment for use by City agencies; is responsible for Citywide fleet management including operation and maintenance of a motor vehicle pool; publishes and distributes The City Record, The Green Book, the City Charter and other publications; and manages the NYC CityStore. DCAS establishes and ensures conformity to citywide personnel management standards; fosters equal employment opportunity in New York City government; evaluates Citywide personnel policies and programs; develops and administers examinations for City jobs; and helps agencies effectively manage, train and develop their personnel, with a focus on improving service, reducing cost and increasing revenue; and is responsible for the development and implementation of the New York City Automated Personnel System (NYCAPS). The Commissioner has all the powers and duties of a municipal civil service commission and administers the provisions of the

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State Civil Service Law with respect to positions in the classified service of the City of New York.

Martha K. Hirst, Commissioner. Salary $162,800. Appointed January 1, 2002. By designation of the Mayor, Special Assistant to the Mayor on Taylor Law Violations. Also: member, Citywide Occupational Safety and Health Committee, Management Benefits Fund Advisory Board, Deferred Compensation Board, Blood Program Board. (212) 669-7111

Director, Special Projects--Jennifer Adolph Blum (212) 669-3010 OFFICE OF THE FIRST DEPUTY COMMISSIONER 17th Fl., Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street First Deputy Commissioner-- Scott C. Cantone, (212) 669-7771 Fax: (212) 669-7898 Assistant Commissioner, Special Events--Marty Preston (212) 669-7087 Fax: (212) 669-3764 Assistant Commissioner, Management Information Systems-- Ronald Pitts (212) 669-3074 Director, NYC Automated Personnel System (NYCAPS)­ Rajesh Agarwal (212) 669-7439 Office of Public Affairs 17th Fl, Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street Press Secretary--Warner Johnston (212) 669-7140 Fax: (212) 669-4664 Director, Media Design Services, Room 2213--John Yue (212) 669-8240 Fax: (212) 669-8464 Director, Office of New Media­Satig Mesropian (212) 669-8717 Director, City Publications--Krishna Kirk (212) 669-3065 The City Record, Official Journal of the City of New York Room 2208, Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street Editor--Eli Blachman (212) 669-8252 Fax: (212) 669-3211 For awards and solicitation info via the Internet go to NYC.gov/cityrecord Office of Fleet Management Executive Director­Vacant Director, Office of Automotive Contractual Services­Steve Weir (212) 669-4226 Director, Fleet Systems Unit/MCMS­Eric Richardson (212) 669-2744 Director, Affirmative Claims­Barbara Calamari (212) 669-2658 Director, Transportation Services­Peter Schenkman 11 Front St. Bklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-84

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OFFICE OF CITYWIDE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 23rd Fl. North, Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street Assistant Commissioner--Jyll D. Townes, Esq. (212) 669-8648 Fax: (212) 669-8383 DCAS EEO Officer--Norma Martin (212) 669-8645 TTY/TDD (212) 669-8660

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DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION AND SECURITY 17th Fl., Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street Deputy Commissioner--John Castellaneta (212) 669-3098 Fax: (212) 669-3099 Assistant Commissioner for Security--Thomas Tuffey (212) 669-2535 Director of Administration-Patricia Zito (212) 669-3363 Department Advocate--Philip Bibla (212) 442-1500 Director of Human Resources--Jeffrey Ketterer (212) 669-7082 Director of Payroll & Timekeeping--Ted Cimino (212) 669-7002 Director of Labor Relations--Michael Slutsky (212) 669-3739 DIVISION OF CITYWIDE PERSONNEL SERVICES 21st Fl., Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street Deputy Commissioner--Joseph A. DeMarco (212) 669-2244 Fax: (212) 669-3101 Director, Executive Services--Andrew Brunet (212) 669-3204 Director, Special Programs--Andrea Wrubel (212) 669-3292 Director, Redeployment Services--Leslie Johnson (212) 669-3259 Civil Service Administration 21st Fl., Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street Assistant Commissioner--Maria DiPaola (212) 669-2429 Director, Operations Analysis--Suzanne Hazlett (212) 669-2430 Director, Investigations--Leroy Johnson (212) 669-3019 Director, Personnel Audits & Transactions--Helene Gladstein (212) 669-2315 Director, Certification--Stephen Dobrowsky (212) 669-2452 Director, Unemployment Insurance--Beverly Session-Kelly (212) 669-2686

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Examinations 14th Floor, Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street Assistant Commissioner--Thomas Patitucci (212) 669-7155 Director, General & Engineering Exams--Renee Brown (212) 669-7097 Director, Uniformed & Technical Exams--Vacant (212) 669-7198 Director, Exam Support--Vacant (212) 669-7204 Director, Classification and Compensation--Sherry Schultz (212) 669-7313 Personnel Development 24th Floor, Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street Assistant Commissioner--Karen Denard Goldman (212) 669-3228 Director of Citywide Managerial and Professional Development Programs--Michael Solomon (212) 487-5608 Director, Technology Skills Development Center-- Vacant (212) 487-5640 Director, Public Service Corps--Marjorie Jelin (212) 669-3255 Director, Workforce Preparation Programs-- Cheryl Rafra (212) 487-6450 Director, Fellowship Programs--Barbara Simmons (212) 669-3267 Acting Director, Procurement Training Institute-- Ellen Lee (212) 487-5943 DIVISION OF FACILITIES MANAGEMENT AND CONSTRUCTION 16th Fl., Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street Deputy Commissioner/Chief Engineer--Joseph Wagner, P.E. (212) 669-2670 Fax: (212) 669-2780 Executive Director of Contract Services--Dennis Sedita (212) 669-8436 Director of Elevator Repairs­Karl Surge (212) 669-2339 Director of Finance & Budget­Lana A. Kim (212) 669-7624 Design and Construction Services Assistant Commissioner­Lance Seibert, R.A. (212) 669-3732 Fax: (212) 669-2780 Executive Director of Project Management­ Daniel P. Brunetto (212) 669-8117 Fax: (212) 669-3236 Director, Project Management­Arthur Arnold, R.A. (212) 669-7022 Fax: (212) 669-3236 Director of Construction­Frank Rendina, P.E. (212) 669-3560; Fax: (212) 669-2302

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Executive Director of Engineering­Michael Rogozin, P.E. (212) 669-8541 Fax: (212) 669-8477 Director of Electrical Engineering­Bhavna Raval, P.E. (212) 669-2796 Director of Mechanical Design­Dilip De, P.E. (212) 669-7243 Chief Architect­James B. Zethraus, R.A. (212) 669-7929 Facilities Management Assistant Commissioner­Elizabeth H. Theofan, P.E. (212) 669-3061 Fax: (212) 669-3588 Director, Fire Safety­Jaime Bocanumenth (212) 669-3119 Executive Director for Facilities Operations­George Sultana (212) 669-7244 Director of Building Services­Jerry Torres (212) 669-2815 Director of Court Building Services­Harris Colon (212) 669-3043 Fax: (212) 669-2101 Director, Mechanical Maintenance & Operations­ Dario Vazquez (212) 669-7245 Director of Contracts­Greg Garafolo (212) 669-4044 Director, Shops­Matthew Curatola (718) 963-9354 Clockmaster­Marvin Schneider (718) 646-1641 Motion Picture Site Liaison­Rebecca Seale (212) 669-7285 DIVISION OF FISCAL MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS 17th Fl., Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street Deputy Commissioner­David M. Greenberg (212) 669-7346 Fax: (212) 669-2299 Assistant Commissioner, Operations and Strategic Planning­Lisa Sacks (212) 669-7018 Director, Capital Budget­Robert Groppe (212) 669-7068 Fax: (212) 669-2220 Executive Director, Program Evaluation & Energy­ Susan Cohen (212) 669-3031 Office of Energy Conservation­Stuart Barth, P.E. (212) 669-8722 Financial Services Assistant Commissioner­Richard Badillo (212) 669-7051 Fax: (212) 669-8835 Deputy Assistant Commissioner­Richard Thom (212) 669-3931 Director, Audits & Accounts­John Pontacolone (212) 669-7053 Director, Budget Control­Irene Louie (212) 669-7050

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CityStore Business Office: (212) 669-8246 Fax: (212) 669-3599 Director--Susan Kerner Shop on-line: NYC.gov/citystore; Store: Municipal Building, North Plaza at 1 Centre Street; Telephone/mail order: Rm 2223, Municipal Bldg, 1 Centre St., (212) 669-8246 DIVISION OF LEGAL SERVICES 16th Fl. So., Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street General Counsel/Deputy Commissioner­Lewis Finkelman (212) 669-4074 Fax: (212) 669-8558/2139 Deputy General Counsel, Personnel­Mitchell J. Paluszek (212) 669-4079 Deputy General Counsel, Procurement­Laurie K. Kaye (212) 669-2138 Deputy General Counsel, Real Estate­Steven M. Mortman (212) 669-4076 Managing Attorney­Vacant (212) 669-8415 Records Access Officer­Kenneth Liebowitz (212) 442-1525 Citywide Office of Safety & Health (COSH) Director­Sylvia Pryce (212) 669-8828 DIVISON OF MUNICIPAL SUPPLY SERVICES 18th Fl., Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street Fax: (212) 669-7575 Deputy Commissioner­Virginia G. Ross (212) 669-8520 Assistant Commissioner, DCAS ACCO--Joseph Milone (212) 669-2777 Fax: (212) 669-3570 Assistant Commissioner, ACCO for Municipal Supply Services­ Carol J. Green (212) 669-8530 Purchase Directors: Electrical & Machine Equipment, Construction Materials, Metal Products and Fuel Oils­Vacant (212) 669-8572 Automotive Equipment, Vehicles, Furniture & Housewares­Joseph Viccaro (212) 669-8578 Office Equipment and Supplies, Printing & Pharmaceuticals­Richard Senison (212) 669-8568 Food­Fe Madrigal (212) 669-8574 Assistant Commissioner, Materials Management, Central Storehouse, 66-26 Metropolitan Avenue, Middle Village, New York, 11379-Leigh Block (718) 417-2002; Fax: (718) 497-5302 Director, Surplus Activities­James Scanlon, Jr. (212) 669-8548 Auto Auction Manager­Charles Molesphini 570 Kent Ave., Brooklyn, NY (718) 625-1313

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Executive Director, Quality Assurance­Vacant (212) 669-8535 Director, Vendex & Labor Services­Vacant (212) 669-8576 Director, Vendor Relations­Jeanette Megna (212) 669-8562 Fax: (212) 669-7585 DIVISION OF REAL ESTATE SERVICES 20th Fl., Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street General Information (212) 669-8888 Deputy Commissioner­Lori Fierstein (212) 669-3645 Fax: (212) 669-2666 First Assistant Commissioner­Randal Fong (212) 669-7150; Fax: (212) 669-8972 Director, Intergovernmental/Strategic Planning­ Chris Flemming (212) 669-3191 Fax: (212) 669-2034 Director Management Information Systems­Joseph Kaplan (212) 669-2231 Fax: (212) 669-8971 Bureau of Financial Services Assistant Commissioner­Richard Friedman (212) 669-7181; Fax: (212) 669-2895 Exec. Dir., Appraisals & Valuations­Charles Kamps (212) 669-3324 Fax: (212) 669-3456 Exec. Dir., Financial Analysis­Edward Ong (212) 669-3967; Fax: (212) 669-2895 Dir., Financial Information­ Michel Louis (212) 669-3404; Fax (212) 669-3456 Director, Lease Administration­Emma Jordan (212) 669-7731 Fax: (212) 669-4107 Director, Lease Compliance­Jaime Mercardo-Diaz (212) 669-4314 Fax: (212) 669-4107 Bureau of Planning Executive Director­Kristi Broff-Knecht (212) 669-7042; Fax: (212) 669-8972 Director, Public Auctions­Vacant (212) 669-7597; Fax: (212) 669-2477 Director, In-Rem Release Center­James Montefinise (212) 669-7232; Fax: (212) 669-8971 Bureau of Acquisitions & Construction Services Asst. Commissioner­Jeff Kondrat (212) 669-2620; Fax: (212) 669-3191 Senior Portfolio Manager­Michael Garaufis (212) 669-8370 Fax: (212) 669-3191 Senior Portfolio Manager­Vacant (212) 669-2782 Fax: (212) 669-3191 Senior Portfolio Manager­Peter Murtagh (212) 669-2638; Fax: (212) 669-3191

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Director, Engineering Services­Glenn Pymento (212) 669-8094; Fax (212) 669-3640 Director, Architectural Services­Vinicius Castagnola (212) 669-2217; Fax: (212) 669-3640 Bureau of Property Management/Leasing Assistant Commissioner­Barry Gendelman (212) 669-4001; Fax: (212) 669-4150 Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Leasing­Shelly Goldman (212) 669-4019; Fax: (212) 669-4150 Director, Lease Intake & Short Term Leasing­Margie Harris (212) 669-4241; Fax: (212) 669-7067 Director, Vacant Lot Fencing­Sheryl Geiger (212) 669-4250; Fax: (212) 669-7067 Director, Technical Services­Harry Abrams (212) 669-4055; Fax: (212) 669-4150 Director, Special Projects­Kathleen A. Reynolds (212) 669-8330; Fax: (212) 669-7067 Director, Lease Enforcement­Arlette Faele (212) 669-4048 Fax (212) 669-4150 Director, Property Management­Robert D. Ramos (212) 669-4232 Fax: (212) 669-7067 Long Term Lease Administrator­Martin O'Hara (212) 669-4052 Fax: (212) 669-4150 Public Buildings Under Jurisdiction of Department of Citywide Administrative Services (Tel. numbers listed are for Custodians/Buildings Managers) Manhattan City Hall--City Hall Park, B'way, Park Row & Chambers St. 10007 (212) 788-2594 Municipal Building--1 Centre St. and Chambers St. 10007 (212) 669-4673/4 Civil Court--111 Centre St. 10013 (212) 374-8401/6540 Criminal Court--100 Centre St. 10013 (212) 442-8500 Family Court--60 Lafayette St. 10013 (212) 442-2993 Supreme Court--60 Centre St. 10007 (212) 374-8534/ 5 Surrogate's Court--31 Chambers St. 10007 (212) 788-8827 Health Building--125 Worth St. 10013 (212) 788-5410/1/2 Harlem Court--170-174 E. 121st St. 10035 (212) 534-9309/2162 Excelsior Building--137 Centre St. 10013 (212) 566-6137 Clock Tower Building--346 Broadway 10013 (212) 442-3584 Court Square Building--2 Lafayette St. 10007 (212) 442-0210

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49-51 Chambers St. 10007 (212) 788-8255/6 Sun Building--280 Broadway 10007 (212) 442-1634 City Planning Building--14-22 Reade St. 10007 (212) 720-3388 253 Broadway 10007 (212) 240-6863

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Bronx Bergen Building--1918-1932 Arthur Ave., 10457 (718) 579-6730 Mario Merola Bldg./County Court--851 Grand Concourse, 10451 (718) 590-3486/3440 Family - Criminal Court--215 E. 161st St., 10451 (718) 590-3231/2 Housing Court--1188 Grand Concourse, 10456 (718) 590-7466 Neighborhood Government Building--4101 White Plains Rd., 10466 (718) 655-4893 Concourse Plaza--200 E. Concourse Pl.,(718) 590-7214 Brooklyn Borough Hall--209 Joralemon St., 11201 (718) 802-3887 Municipal Building--208-242 Joralemon St., 11201 (718) 802-3509, 3510 Central Court--120 Schermerhorn St., 11201 (718) 643-8812 Appellate Court--45 Monroe Pl., 11201 (718) 875-1300 Ext. 254 Family Court--283-289 Adams St., 11201 (718) 643-3876 Supreme Court--360 Adams St., 11201 (718) 643-5196; (718) 855-2892 345 Adams St., 11201 (718) 403-4194 DFMC Trades Shops--390 Kent Ave., 11211 (718) 963-9354/55/53 Civil Court, 141 Livingston St., 11201 (718) 643-3520/1/2 Queens Borough Hall--120-55 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens 11415 (718) 286-2919 Criminal Court--125-01 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens 11415 (718) 520-3546/76 Supreme Court--88-11 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica 11435 (718) 520-3107 Family Court--89-14 Parsons Blvd., Jamaica 11432 (718) 520-3065/990-5606

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Civil Court--89-17 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica 11435 (718) 206-3213 Long Island City Court--Court House Square, L.I. City 11101 (718) 784-5320 Staten Island Borough Hall--10 Richmond Terrace, S.I. 10301 (718) 816-2381 Village Hall--111 Canal St., S.I. 10304 (718) 447-0686 Family Court--100 Richmond Terrace, S.I. 10301 (718) 390-5249 Civil Court--927 Castleton Ave., S.I. 10310 (718) 390-5323 Criminal Court--67 Targee St., S.I. 10304 (718) 390-5121 Supreme Court--18 Richmond Terrace, S.I. 10301 (718) 390-5236 130 Stuyvesant Pl., 10301 (718) 816-2381

CIVILIAN COMPLAINT REVIEW BOARD

40 Rector Street., 2nd Flr., New York, NY 10006 (212) 442-8833 Complaint Hotline: 1-800-341-CCRB TTY/TDD:1-800-223-1766 Public Information: (212) 442-8740 Fax: (212) 442-8800 NYC.gov/ccrb Meets the second Wednesday of every month. Established on July 5, 1993, the Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) is an independent agency with the power to receive, investigate, hear, make findings and recommend action upon complaints by members of the public against members of the New York City Police Department that allege misconduct involving the use of excessive or unnecessary force, abuse of authority, discourtesy, or use of offensive language. All personnel on staff are civilians. The Board is comprised of 13 civilian members, five members selected by the Mayor, including the chair; five members designated by the City Council (one representative for each borough) and three members designated by the Police Commissioner. Police Commissioner designees are the only members permitted to have law enforcement backgrounds. Board members serve for three-year terms (initial Board members were appointed to staggered terms of up to three years) and until a replacement is appointed.

Board Members Mayoral Designees Hector Gonzalez, Chair Victor Olds Debra A. Livingston Tai H. Park

Term Expires July 4

2005 2004 2003 2002

Collective Bargaining, Office of

Franklin H. Stone City Council Designees Charles M. Greinsky (Staten Island) William F. Kuntz, II (Brooklyn) Singee L. Lam (Queens) Earl S. Ward (Manhattan) Police Commissioner Designees Lawrence Loesch Jules A. Martin Tosano Simonetti

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Acting Executive Director--Florence L. Finkle (212) 442-8731 Deputy Executive Director, Investigations--Richard Buckheit (212) 442-8750 Deputy Executive Director, Administration--Brian Connell (212) 442-8744 Records Access Office--(212) 442-4282

OFFICE OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING

40 Rector St., 7th Fl., New York, NY 10006 (212) 306-7160 Fax: (212) 306-7167 E-mail: [email protected] (Note: Fax number and E-mail address are provided for correspondence only, not for the service of legal papers.) Provides procedures, including certification of collective bargaining representatives, mediation, impasse panels, and arbitration, for the resolution of labor relations disputes and controversies between the City and its employee organizations and employees. The Board of Collective Bargaining consists of two city members, appointed by the Mayor, two labor members designated by the Municipal Labor Committee and three impartial members, one of whom shall be Chair of the Board and Director of the Office. The impartial members shall be elected unanimously by the other members and serve three year terms. The impartial members constitute the Board of Certification within the Office of Collective Bargaining. The Chair of the Board of Collective Bargaining serves as the Chair of the Board of Certification. Salaries: Chair, $162,800; other two impartial members, $700 per diem. City and Labor members serve without compensation. Vacancies filled for unexpired terms.

Board Members Term Expires Jan. 1 Impartial Representatives: Marlene A. Gold, Chair, 40 Rector St., New York, NY 10006 2006 Carol A. Wittenberg, 1350 Broadway, Suite 2200 New York, NY 10018 2004 George Nicolau, Esq., 125 E. 10th St., New York,

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NY 10003 2005 Labor Representatives: Charles G. Moerdler, Esq., Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, LLP, 180 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038 Bruce H. Simon, Esq., Cohen, Weiss & Simon, 330 West 42nd St, New York, NY 10036 Alternates: Gabrielle Semel, Esq., Semel, Young & Norum, 275 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10001 Vincent Bollon, 1750 New York Ave. NW, Washington DC 20006 City Representatives: Richard A. Wilsker, Esq., Ross & Hardies, 65 E. 55 St., New York, NY 10022 M. David Zurndorfer, Esq. Proskauer Rose, LLP, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036 Alternates: Peter L. Madonia, Chief of Staff, Office of the Mayor, City Hall, New York, NY 10007 Ernest F. Hart,Esq. Chief of Staff to the Deputy Mayor for Policy, City Hall, New York, NY 10007 Deputy Chair (General Counsel)--Steven C. DeCosta (212) 306-7180 Deputy Chair (Disputes Settlements)--Earl R. Pfeffer (212) 306-7190 Director of Representation & Information-- Susan J. Panepento (212) 306-7179 Director of Administration--Peter A. Gilvarry (212) 306-7177

COMMUNITY BOARDS

Each of the 59 Community Boards is comprised of up to 50 unsalaried members, appointed by the Borough President in consultation with the Council Members who represent any part of the Board district. The Boards play an advisory role in zoning and other land-use issues, in community planning, in the city budget process, and in the coordination of municipal services. Any person with a "residence, business, professional or other significant interest" in a given area is eligible for appointment to the Community Board serving that area. Each Board hires a fulltime District Manager and other staff to run a district office that receives and works to resolve residents' service delivery problems. BRONX Board No. 01 384 E. 149th Street, Suite 320, Bronx, NY 10455 (718) 585-7117

Community Boards

Chair­George Rodriguez District Manager­Cedric Loftin Board No. 02 1029 E. 163rd Street, Room 202, Bronx, NY 10459 (718) 328-9125 Chair­Marta Rivera District Manager­John Robert Board No. 03 1426 Boston Road, Bronx, NY 10456 (718) 378-8054 Chair­Gloria S. Alston District Manager­John Dudley Board No. 04 1650 Selwyn Avenue, Suite 11A, Bronx, NY 10457 (718) 299-0800 Chair­Ade A. Rasul District Manager­Margarita Hunt-Tejada Board No. 05 Univ. Ave. & W. 181st St, Bronx Community College, McCracken Hall, Rm 12, Bronx, NY 10453 (718) 364-2030 Chair­Kenneth Fogarty District Manager­Xavier Rodriguez Board No. 06 1932 Arthur Avenue, Room 709, Bronx, NY 10457 (718) 579-6990 Chair­Wendy Rodriguez District Manager­Ivine Galarza Board No. 07 229A E. 204th Street, Bronx, NY 10458 (718) 933-5650 Chair­Nora Feury District Manager­Rita Kessler Board No. 08 5676 Riverdale Avenue, Bronx, NY 10471 (718) 884-3959 Chair­William Abramson District Manager­Grace A. Belkin

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Board No. 09 1967 Turnbull Avenue, Rm 7, Bronx, NY 10473 (718) 823-3034

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Chair­Enrique Vega District Manager­Francisco Gonzalez Board No. 10 3165 E. Tremont Avenue, Bronx, NY 10461 (718) 892-1161 Chair­Frank Lombard District Manager­James Vacca Board No. 11 1741 Colden Avenue, Bronx, NY 10462 (718) 892-6262 Chair­Dominic Castore District Manager­John Fratta Board No. 12 4101 White Plains Road, Bronx, NY 10466 (718) 881-4455 Chair­Father Richard Gorman District Manager-Carmen Angueira BROOKLYN Board No. 01 435 Graham Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211 (718) 389-0009 Chair­Vincent V. Abate District Manager­ Gerald A. Esposito Board No. 02 350 Jay St., 8th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 596-5410 Chair­ Shirley McRae District Manager­Olanike Alabi Board No. 03 1360 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11216 (718) 622-6601 Chair­Sharonnie Perry District Manager­Lewis A. Watkins Board No. 04 315 Wyckoff Avenue, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11237 (718) 628-8400 Chair­Anna Gonzalez District Manager­Nadine Whitted-LeBron Board No. 05 127 Pennsylvania Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207 (718) 498-5711

Community Boards

Chair­Earl Williams District Manager­Walter Campbell Board No. 06 250 Baltic Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-3027 Chair-Jerry Armer District Manager-Craig Hammerman Board No. 07 4201 Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11232 (718) 854-0003 Chair-Joseph Longobardi District Manager-Jeremy Laufer Board No. 08 1291 St. Marks Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11213 (718) 467-5574 Chair-Robert Matthews District Manager-Doris Alexander Board No. 09 890 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225 (718) 778-9279 Chair-Rabbi Jacob Z. Goldstein District Manager-Pearl R. Miles Board No. 10 621 86th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209 (718) 745-6827 Chair-Stephen A. Harrison District Manager-Denise Virga Board No. 11 2214 Bath Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11214 (718) 266-8800 Chair-William Guarinello District Manager-Howard Feuer Board No. 12 5910 13th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11219 (718) 851-0800 Chair-Alan J. Dubrow Acting District Manager-Karol Joswick Board No. 13 2900 W. 8th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11224 (718) 266-3001 Chair-Brian Gottlieb

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District Manager-Chuck Reichenthal Board No. 14 810 East 16th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11230 (718) 859-6357 Chair-Alvin Berk District Manager-Terry Rodie Board No. 15 2001 Oriental Boulevard, Kingsborough Community College, Brooklyn, NY 11235 (718) 332-3008 Chair-Anne M. Dietrich District Manager-Paula Lupka Board No. 16 444 Thomas Boyland Street, Room 103, Brooklyn, NY 11212 (718) 385-0323 Chair-James A. Bowen District Manager-Viola D. Greene Board No. 17 39 Remsen Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11212 (718) 467-3536 Chair-Albert Payne District Manager-Willie Scott Board No. 18 5715 Avenue H, Apt. 1-D, Brooklyn, NY 11234 (718) 241-0422 Chair-Saul Needle District Manager-Dorothy Turano MANHATTAN Board No. 01 49-51 Chambers Street, Room 715, New York, NY 10007 (212) 442-5050 Chair-Madelyn Wils District Manager-Paul Goldstein Board No. 02 3 Washington Sq. Village, Rm 1-A, New York, NY 10012 (212) 979-2272 Chair-Aubrey Lees District Manager-Arthur Strickler Board No. 03 59 E. Fourth Street, New York, NY 10003 (212) 533-5300

Community Boards

Chair- Lisa Kaplan District Manager-Martha Danziger Board No. 04 330 W. 42nd Street, Suite 2618, New York, NY 10036 (212) 736-4536 Chair-Simone Sindin District Manager-Anthony Borelli Board No. 05 450 Seventh Avenue, Room 2109, New York, NY 10123 (212) 465-0907 Chair-Kyle Merker District Manager- Kathy Kinsella Board No. 06 866 UN Plaza Ste. 308, New York, NY 10017 (212) 319-3750 Chair-Timothy McGinn District Manager-Toni Carlina Board No. 07 250 W. 87th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10024 (212) 362-4008 Chair-Larry Horowitz District Manager-Penny Ryan Board No. 08 505 Park Avenue, Suite 620, New York, NY 10022 (212) 758-4340 Chair-Charles Warren District Manager-Elizabeth Mckee Board No. 09 565 West 125th Street, New York, NY 10027 (212) 864-6200 Chair-George Goodwill District Manager-Lawrence McClean Board No. 10 215 West 125th Street, Suite 340, New York, NY 10027 (212) 749-3105 Chair-Neil Clark District Manager-Richard Harley Board No. 11 55 E. 115th Street, New York, NY 10029 (212) 831-8929 Chair-David Givens

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District Manager-Javier Llano Board No. 12 711 West 168th Street, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10032 (212) 568-8500 Chair-Zead Ramadan District Manager-Gregoria Feliciano QUEENS Board No. 01 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria, NY 11106 (718) 786-3335 Chair-Vinicio Donato District Manager-George Delis Board No. 02 43-22 50th Street, Woodside, NY 11377 (718) 533-8773 Chair-Joseph Conley District Manager-Dolores Rizzotto Board No. 03 82-02 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights, NY 11372 (718) 458-2707 Chair-Richard Cecere District Manager-Giovanna Reid Board No. 04 104-03 Corona Avenue, Corona, NY 11368 (718) 760-3141 Chair-Richard Italiano District Manager-Rose Rothschild Board No. 05 61-23 Myrtle Avenue, Glendale, NY 11385 (718) 366-1834 Chair-Frank Principe District Manager-Gary Giordano Board No. 06 73-05 Yellowstone Boulevard, Forest Hills, NY 11375 (718) 263-9250 Chair-Joseph C. Hennessy District Manager-Kathleen H. Reilly Board No. 07 45-35 Kissena Boulevard, Flushing, NY 11355 (718) 359-2800 Chair-Eugene T. Kelty, Jr

Community Boards

District Manager-Marilyn Bitterman

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Board No. 08 197-15 Hillside Avenue, Hollis, NY 11432 (718) 264-7895 Chair-Alvin Warshaviak District Manager-Diane Cohen Board No. 09 120-55 Queens Boulevard, Queens Borough Hall-Room 310A, Kew Gardens, NY 11424 (718) 286-2686 Chair-Paul Sapienza District Manager-Mary Ann Carey Board No. 10 115-01 Lefferts Boulevard, South Ozone Park, NY 11420 (718) 843-4488 Chair-Elizabeth Braton District Manager-Rose Pepe Board No. 11 46-21 Little Neck Pkwy, Little Neck, NY 11362 (718) 225-1054 Chair-Jerry Iannece District Manager-Ann Marie Boranian Board No. 12 90-28 161st Street, Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 658-3308 Chair-James Davis District Manager-Yvonne Reddick Board No. 13 219-41 Jamaica Avenue, Queens Reform Church, Queens Village, NY 11428 (718) 464-9700 Chair-Richard Hellenbretch District Manager-Sally Martino-Fisher Board No. 14 1931 Mott Avenue, Room 311, Far Rockaway, NY 11691 (718) 471-7300 Chair-Dolores Orr District Manager-Jonathan L. Gaska

NAMES

STATEN ISLAND Board No. 01 1 Edgewater Plaza, Room 217, Staten Island, NY 10305

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(718) 981-6900 Chair-George Caputo District Manager-Joseph Carroll Board No. 02 460 Brielle Avenue, Sea View Hosp. Community Services Bldg., Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 317-3235 Chair-Lou Caravone District Manager-Kathy Dodd Board No. 03 655-218 Rossville Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10309 (718) 356-7900 Chair-John Antoniello District Manager-Marie Bodnar

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST BOARD

2 Lafayette St., Suite 1010, New York, NY 10007 (212) 442-1400 Fax: (212) 442-1407; TTY/TDD: (212) 442-1443 NYC.gov/ethics E-mail: (last name) @coib.nyc.gov Established by Section 2602 of the City Charter, replacing the Board of Ethics. The Board has five public members appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. The Mayor designates the Chair. Members serve for six-year terms and receive a per diem of $250. The Chair receives a per diem of $275. The Board renders advisory opinions concerning the conflicts of interest provisions of Chapter 68 of the City Charter, promulgates rules, and provides training concerning Chapter 68, enforces Chapter 68, and collects and examines financial disclosure reports filed pursuant to Section 12-110 of the Administrative Code.

Members Steven B. Rosenfeld, Chair .............................. Angela Mariana Freyre .................................... Bruce A. Green ................................................ Jane W. Parver ................................................ Benito Romano ................................................

Term Expires March 31, 2008 March 31, 2004 March 31, 2004 March 31, 2006 March 31, 2006

Executive Director/Counsel--Mark Davies (212) 442-1424 Deputy Executive Director/Chief of Enforcement-- Joan R. Salzman (212) 442-1434 Deputy Chief of Enforcement--Astrid B. Gloade (212) 442-1419 General Counsel--Wayne G. Hawley (212) 442-1415

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Director of Administration--Ute O'Malley (212) 442-1427 Deputy Director of Administration--Myrna Mateo (212) 442-1440 Acting Director of Financial Disclosure-Joanne Giura-Else (212) 442-1414 Director of Training and Education--Les Taub (212) 442-1421 Director of MIS­Christopher M. Lall (212) 442-1605

DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS

42 Broadway, New York, NY 10004 Fax: (212) 487-4221 NYC.gov/consumers 24 hour citywide information and consumer complaints: Dial 311 or (212) NEW -YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 Licensing (212) 487-4436 The Department of Consumer Affairs enforces the Consumer Protection Law, City and State weights and measures statutes, and licenses various types of businesses and activities as part of its responsibility to protect consumers. The Department also conducts research on and educates the public about consumer issues and resolves consumer complaints.

Gretchen Dykstra, Commissioner. Salary $143,900. Appointed February 18, 2002. (212) 487-4401/2

Executive Assistant to the Commissioner-Ruth Lock (212) 487-4403 Deputy Commissioner-Jonathan Mintz (212) 487-4409 Assistant Commissioner for Communications and PolicyPauline Toole (212) 487-4407 Assistant Commissioner for Licensing and CollectionsAlba Pico (212) 487-4404 Assistant Commissioner , Administration and Finance Division-Kristen Lasky (212) 487-4246 Assistant Commissioner, Legal Affairs/General CounselSusan Kassapian (212) 487-3961 Director, Licensing & Collections Division-Maxine Lloyd (212) 487-4112 Director, Consumer Complaints Division-Max Verga (212) 487-4291 Director, Enforcement Division-Pansy Mullings (212) 487-4325 Director, I.T. Division-Everett Barrett (212) 487-4100 Director, Personnel Division-Johnny Bon (212) 487-4237/38

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Press Secretary-Dina Improta (212) 487-4283 Inspector General-Vincent E. Green (212) 825-2468 Adjudication Division 66 John Street, New York, NY 10038 (212) 361-7770 Director-Diana Zalph Testing Station 245 Meserole Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11222 (718) 349-0472 Neighborhood Office 120-55 Queens Boulevard, Kew Gardens, NY 11424 (718) 286-2990

BOARD OF CORRECTION

51 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-7840 Fax: (212) 788-7860 Pursuant to the New York City Charter, the Board of Correction evaluates the performance of the Department of Correction, establishes and ensures compliance with minimum health standards, mental health standards and standards of confinement in all City correctional facilities, reviews inmate and employee grievances, investigates serious incidents and makes recommendations in critical areas of correctional planning. The Board is composed of nine members, three appointed by the Mayor, three by the City Council, and three by the Mayor on the nomination jointly by the presiding justices of the appellate division of the Supreme Court for the first and second judicial departments on a rotating basis. Terms six years. No compensation. Mayor designates one member as Chair.

Members Term Expires Stanley Kreitman, Chair, Manhattan Associates 300 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022 ............................ 2007 John R. Horan, Esq., Vice Chair, Fox, Horan &Camerini 825 3rd Ave., 11th Flr., New York, NY10022 ................ 1997 John H. Banks III, Con Edison 4 Irving Place, Rm 1650-S, New York, NY10003 ......... 2002 Louis A. Cruz, Esq., Cruz and Cruz, 42-40 Bell Blvd. Suite 302, Flushing, NY 11361 ..................................... 2005 Richard Nahman, O.S.A. Rectory, 150-75 Goethals Ave., Jamaica, NY 11432 ....................................................... 2003 Frederick J. Patrick, NYPD 1 Police Plaza, New York, NY 10038 ............................ 2003 Jane Paley Price, Paley Price Productions 354 West End Ave., New York, NY 10039 .................... 2005 Michael J. Regan 51 Chambers St., Rm. 923, New York, NY 10007 ........ 2002

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Executive Director--Richard T. Wolf (212) 788-7845 Deputy Executive Director--Cathy Potler (212) 788-7849 Director of Field Operations--Carl G. Niles (212) 788-7867

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

60 Hudson St., 6th Fl., New York, NY 10013 General Information: Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Inmate Information: Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK NYC.gov/boldest

Martin F. Horn, Commissioner of Correction, Salary $162,800. (212) 266-1212

Chief of Staff, Office of the Commissioner- Deputy Warden-inCommand-Darryl Harrison (212) 266-1224 First Deputy Commissioner-Gary M. Lanigan (212) 266-1271 Executive Assistant to First Deputy Commissioner, Deputy Warden-Brian Suprenant (212) 266-1206 Deputy Commissioner, Administration-John Antonelli (212) 266-1317 Deputy Commissioner, Investigations & Trials-Elmer Toro (212) 266-1440 Deputy Commissioner, Strategic Planning & ProgramsRoger Parris (212) 266-1120 Deputy Commissioner (Acting), Capital PlanningJoseph Ruggiero (212) 266-1895 Deputy Commissioner, Equal Employment OpportunityLuis R. Burgos (212) 266-1025 Deputy Commissioner, Public Information-Thomas Antenen (212) 266-1414 Deputy Commissioner, Training, Organizational Development, and T.E.A.M.S.-Ari N. Wax (718) 417-2311 Deputy Commissioner, Technical Development and Project Management- Jean Yaremchuk (212) 266-1221 General Counsel-Florence Hutner (212) 266-1075 Deputy General Counsel-Linda LaGreca (212) 266-1280 Chief of Department-Robert N. Davoren (212) 266-1590 Bureau Chief, Security-Steven Conry (718) 546-8000 Bureau Chief, Administration-Catherine Raymond (212) 266-1806 Bureau Chief, Management & Planning-Vacant (718) 546-1900

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Bureau Chief, Custody Management-Jorge Ocasio (718) 546-1328 Bureau Chief, Inspectional Services & ComplianceLeroy Grant (718) 546-8155 Assistant Chief, Division I-Jacqueline Thomas-Andrews (718) 546-8331 Assistant Chief, Division II-John Scudiero (718) 546-8232 Assistant Chief, Division III-Vacant (718) 546-5300 Commanding Officer, Criminal Justice BureauCaptain Wayne Lowry (212) 487-1097 Assistant Commissioner (Acting), Assets ManagementPatricia Feeney (212) 266-1126 Assistant Commissioner, Trials Division-Robert O'Leary (212) 266-1186 Assistant Commissioner, Health, Substance Abuse & Forensic Services-Michelle Bacon (212) 266-1418 Assistant Commissioner, Financial Management & Budget Administration-Marc Carpentier (212) 266-1315 Assistant Commissioner, Program Management and Development-Leasa McLeish (212) 266-1436 Assistant Commissioner, Capital Policy and DevelopmentJoseph Ruggiero (646) 248-1884 Assistant Commissioner, Personnel-Alan Vengersky (212) 487-6594 Assistant Commissioner, Special Events, Filming, & ProtocolSandra Lewis Smith (212) 266-1278 Director, Labor Relations-Nicholas Santangelo (212) 266-7114 Director of Media Services- John Mohan (212) 266-1051 Director of Investigations-Eric Perry (212) 266-1942 Agency Chief Contracting Officer-Arnold Martin (212) 487-7311 Records Access Officer-Thomas Antenen (212) 266-1414 Employee Assistance Program-Richard Monroe, Deputy Warden-in Command, 17 Battery Place, New York, NY 10004 (212) 487-7466 Rikers Island Commands Special Operations Division- Richard Pagan, Warden, 16-16 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, NY 11370 (718) 546-1560 Eric M. Taylor Center- David Goodman, Warden, 10-10 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, NY 11370 (718) 546-5700 Adolescent Reception & Detention Center-James Barry, Warden, 11-11 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, NY 11370 (718) 546-6900 James A. Thomas Center-Closed for Renovations, 14-14 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, NY 11370 (718) 546-5300 Otis Bantum Correctional Center-Mark Farsi, Warden,

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16-00 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, NY 11370 (718) 546-6400 West Facility-Patrick Walsh, Warden, 16-06 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, NY 11370 (718) 546-4100 North Infirmary Command-Frank Squillante, Deputy Warden in-Command, 14-14 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, NY 11370 (718) 546-1100 George Motchan Detention Center-Peter Mahon, Warden, 15-15 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, NY 11370 (718) 546-4500 George R. Vierno Center- Roger Slattery, Warden, 09-09 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, NY 11370 (718) 546-2000 Rose M. Singer Center- Wayne Lamont, Warden, 19-19 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, NY 11370 (718) 546-7500 Transportation Division-Larry Davis, Warden-in-Command 17-17 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst NY 11370 (718) 546-1348 Anna M. Kross Center- Carolyn Thomas, Warden 18-18 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst NY 11370 (718) 546-3500 Borough Facilities Bronx Detention Complex-Temporarily Closed, 653 River Ave., Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 579-4300 Vernon C. Bain Center-Richard Palmer, Warden, 1 Halleck St.,Bronx, NY 10474 (718) 579-8300 Brooklyn Detention Complex- Valerie Oliver, Warden, 275 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 797-8300 Queens Detention Complex-Temporarily Closed, 126-02 82nd Ave., Kew Gardens, NY 11415 (718) 520-5220 Bernard B. Kerik Complex-Clyton Eastmond, Warden, 125 White St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 225-1300 Hospital Prison Wards Bellevue Hospital Prison Ward- Nancy Acevedo, Deputy Warden, 462 First Ave., 19th Fl. New York, NY 10016 (212) 562-4333 Elmhurst Hospital Prison Ward- Nancy Acevedo, Deputy Warden, 79-01 Broadway, E. Elmhurst, NY 11373 (718) 334-2110 Kings County Hospital Prison Ward- Nancy Acevedo, Deputy Warden, 451 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11203 (718) 771-3030 Potter's Field Hart Island, Bronx, NY 10464 The Administrative Code (Sec. 21-110) provides that the Potter's Field on Hart Island shall be under the control of the Dept. of Correction, and the burial of deceased paupers therein shall continue under rules and regulations established by the joint

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action of the Departments of Social Services and Correction, or in case of disagreement between such departments, under such regulations as may be established by the Mayor.

DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS

330 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036 (212) 643-7770 Fax Numbers: (212) 643-7715; (212) 643-7780; (212)643-7781 NYC.gov/html/dcla Responsible for City support for cultural organizations that enhance New York City's cultural life, heritage and economy. The Department oversees operating funds for 34 City-owned cultural institutions, a capital program for cultural facilities in all five boroughs, and program grants for over 500 cultural organizations. The Department also administers funding for parent activities in arts education, federal grants for arts groups serving low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, the commissioning of public works of art, the donation of used materials for reuse by arts groups and the certification of artists as eligible for joint live/work space. The Department provides technical assistance to the City's nonprofit cultural community, which consists of over 1,400 organizations representing all the visual, literary and performing arts disciplines as well as zoos, botanical gardens, historical and science museums, and preservation societies.

Kate D. Levin, Commissioner. Appointed January 28, 2002. Salary $ 143,900 (212) 643-2101

Deputy Commissioner--Susan B. Rothschild Appointed January 2, 2001. (212) 643-3924 Assistant Commissioners: Capital Project Services--Susan Chin (212) 643-7787 Cultural Institutions--Timothy Thayer (212) 643-6197 Program Services--Kathleen Hughes (212) 643-5639 General Counsel--Margaret Morton (212) 643-7729 Agency Chief Contracting Officer/Records Access Officer-- Vicki Davie (212) 643-7722 Director Human Resources/EEO Officer-- Cynthia Ingram (212) 643-2116 Director of Finance -- David Sheehan (212) 643-2118 Executive Assistant to Commissioner--Bridget Stoyko (212) 643-2105 Executive Secretary to Commissioner-- Doris Littlejohn (212) 643-2106 Executive Assistant to Deputy Commissioner-- Ana M. Montes (212) 643-4864 Educational Services--Vacant (212) 643-6196

Cultural Affairs, Dept. of

Artist Certification--Rondi Silva (212) 643-7789 Percent for Art--Charlotte Cohen (212) 643-7792 Community Arts Development Program--Vacant (212) 643-7720 Materials for the Arts-- Harriet Taub (718) 729-3001 Materials for the Arts Warehouse, 33-00 Northern Blvd., 3rd Floor, Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 729-3001; Fax: (718) 729-3941 CITY FUNDED CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS AMERICAN MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE 35th Ave. @ 36th St., Astoria, NY 11106 (718) 784-4520; Fax (718) 784-4681 Director--Rochelle Slovin

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AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY Central Park West, @ 79th St., New York, NY 10024-5192 (212) 769-5000; Fax (212) 769-5019 President--Ellen V. Futter BRONX COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 3309 Bainbridge Ave., Bronx, New York 10467 (718) 881-8900; Fax: (718) 881-4827 Executive Director--Dr. Gary D. Hermalyn BRONX MUSEUM OF THE ARTS 1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10456-3999 (718) 681-6000; Fax (718) 681-6181 Acting Executive Director--Olivia Georgia BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC 30 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11217-1486 (718) 636-4111; Fax (718) 857-2021 or (718) 636-4179 President­Karen Brooks Hopkins Executive Producer--Joseph V. Melillo BROOKLYN BOTANIC GARDEN 1000 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11225-1099 (718) 623-7200; Fax (718) 622-7225 President--Judith D. Zuk THE BROOKLYN CHILDREN'S MUSEUM 145 Brooklyn Ave. & St. Marks Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11213 (718) 735-4400; Fax (718) 604-7442 Executive Director--Carol Enseki

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THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM OF ART 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238 (718) 638-5000; Fax (718) 638-3731 Director--Arnold L. Lehman CARNEGIE HALL 881 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10019 (212) 903-9600; Fax (212) 581-6539 Executive and Artistic Director--Robert J. Harth CITY CENTER (CITY CENTER 55TH STREET THEATER FOUNDATION, INC.) 130 W. 56th St., New York, NY 10019 (212) 247-0430; Fax (212) 246-9778 President & Executive Director--Arlene Shuler FLUSHING TOWN HALL (FLUSHING COUNCIL ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS) 137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing, NY 11354 (718) 463-7700; Fax (718) 445-1920 Executive Director--Jo-Ann Jones JAMAICA CENTER FOR ARTS AND LEARNING 161-04 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 658-7400; Fax (718) 658-7922 Executive Director--Alex Campos LINCOLN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, INC. 70 Lincoln Center, New York, NY 10023 (212) 875-5000; Fax (212) 875-5110 President--Reynold Levy METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART 1000 Fifth Ave. & 82nd St., New York, NY 10028-0198 (212) 879-5500; Fax (212) 570-3878 Director--Philippe de Montebello President--David E. McKinney EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO 1230 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10029 (212) 831-7272; Fax (212) 831-7927 Director-Julian Zugazagoitia MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK 1220 Fifth Ave. & 103rd St., New York, NY 10029 (212) 534-1672; Fax (212) 423-0758 Director-Susan Henshaw Jones MUSEUM OF JEWISH HERITAGE (A Living Memorial to the Holocaust) 18 First Place, New York, NY 10280

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(Office) 1 Battery Park Plaza, New York, NY 10004 (212) 968-1800; Fax (212) 968-1368 Director--David G. Marwell THE NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN Bronx Park, Kazimiroff Blvd. & 200th St., Bronx, NY 10458-5126 (718) 817-8700; Fax (718) 220-6504 President--Gregory Long NEW YORK HALL OF SCIENCE 47-01 111th St., Flushing Meadows Park, Corona, NY 11368 (718) 699-0005; Fax (718) 699-1341 Director--Alan J. Friedman, Ph.D. NEW YORK SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL (Public Theater/Delacorte Theater) 425 Lafayette St., New York, NY 10003 (212) 539-8500 Fax (212) 539-8505 Director-Mara Manus Producer-George C. Wolfe NEW YORK STATE THEATER (NYC BALLET, NYC OPERA) 20 Lincoln Center, New York, NY 10023 (City Center of Music & Drama Inc.) 70 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023-6580) (212) 870-5500; Fax (212) 870-4285 Director--Walter Thinnes NEW YORK CITY BALLET Ballet Master in Chief--Peter Martins NEW YORK CITY OPERA General and Artistic Director--Paul Kellogg P.S.1 CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER 46-01 21st St., Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 784-2084; Fax (718) 482-9454 President & Executive Director--Alanna Heiss QUEENS BOTANICAL GARDEN 43-50 Main St., Flushing, NY 11355 (718) 886-3800; Fax (718) 463-0263 Executive Director--Susan Lacerte THE QUEENS MUSEUM OF ART NYC Bldg., Flushing Meadows Park, Corona, NY 11368 (718) 592-9700; Fax (718) 592-5778 Executive Director--Tom Finkelpearl

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QUEENS THEATRE IN THE PARK Flushing Meadows Park Mailing Address: PO Box 520069, Corona, NY 11368 (718) 760-0064; Fax (718) 760-1972 Producing Director--Jeffrey Rosenstock SNUG HARBOR CULTURAL CENTER 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 448-2500; Fax (718) 442-8534 President and CEO-Paul Goldberg STATEN ISLAND BOTANICAL GARDEN 1000 Richmond Terrace, Bldg. H, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 273-8200; Fax: (718) 442-3645 President & CEO--Frances X. Paulo Huber STATEN ISLAND CHILDREN'S MUSEUM 1000 Richmond Terrace, Bldg. M @ Snug Harbor,Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 273-2060; Fax (718) 273-2836 Executive Director--Dina R. Rosenthal STATEN ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY Historic Richmond Town 441 Clarke Ave., Staten Island, NY 10306 (718) 351-1617; Fax (718) 351-6057 Executive Director--John W. Guild STATEN ISLAND INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 75 Stuyvesant Pl., Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 727-1135; Fax (718) 273-5683 Director-Elizabeth Egbert STATEN ISLAND ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY 614 Broadway, Staten Island, NY 10310 (718) 442-3101; Fax: (718) 981-8711 Director--Vincent N. Gattullo THE STUDIO MUSEUM IN HARLEM 144 W. 125th St., New York, NY 10027 (212) 864-4500; Fax (212) 864-4800 Director--Lowery Stokes Sims WAVE HILL 675 W. 252nd St., Bronx, NY 10471 (718) 549-3200; Fax (718) 884-8952 Executive Director--Kate P. French

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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION SOCIETY/NYZS 2300 Southern Blvd. & 185th St., Bronx, NY 10460-1099 (718) 220-5100; Fax (718) 220-3133 President & CEO--Steven E. Sanderson AQUARIUM FOR WILDLIFE CONSERVATION W. 8th St. & Surf Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11224 (718) 265-3400; Fax (718) 265-3420 Acting Director--Paul Boyle BRONX ZOO/WILDLIFE CONSERVATION PARK 2300 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY 10460-1099 (718) 220-5100; Fax (718) 220-3133 President and CEO--Steven E. Sanderson CENTRAL PARK WILDLIFE CENTER 830 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10021 (212) 439-6500; Fax (212) 988-0286 Director--Daniel C. Wharton PROSPECT PARK WILDLIFE CENTER 450 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225 (718) 399-7339 Fax: (718) 399-7337 Director--Don Moore QUEENS WILDLIFE CENTER 53-51 111th Street, Flushing Meadows Park, Flushing, NY 11368 (718) 271-1500; Fax (718) 271-4441 Director--Robin D. Dalton

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DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

30-30 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 391-1000 NYC.gov/buildnyc Established in 1995 to centralize New York City's capital construction program. The department is responsible for street, sewer, water main and most non-housing building construction funded by the capital budget, and will assume additional City capital construction programs as the Mayor sees fit.

Kenneth R. Holden, Commissioner. Salary $162,800. Appointed December 7, 2000. (718) 391-1580; Fax: (718) 391-1893

First Deputy Commissioner-Anne Papageorge, R.L.A. (718) 391-1591; Fax: (718) 391-3480

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General Counsel-David Varoli (718) 391-1721; Fax: (718) 391-1894 Chief of Staff-Trang Bui (718) 391-1784; Fax: (718) 391-1893 Departmental Affairs & Strategic Planning-Jessica Williamson, (718) 391-1584; Fax: (718) 391-1893 Disciplinary Proceedings-Allen Fitzer, Director (718) 391-1597; Fax: (718) 391-1890 Engineering Audit Officer (EAO)- Michael Alacha, P.E. (718) 391-1681; Fax: (718) 391-1888 Equal Employment Opportunity Officer-Gloria Parker (718) 391-1776; Fax (718) 391-1894 Industry Affairs-John Spavins, Director (718) 391-1638 Public Information/Records Access OfficerMatthew Monahan, Assistant Commissioner (718) 391-1641; Fax: (718) 391-1892 Special Advisor on World Trade Center Affairs-Eric Macfarlane (718) 391-2251 Executive Secretary to the Commissioner-Narsee Boodram (718) 391-1583 Administration 30-30 Thomson Avenue, 4th Flr, Long Island CIty, NY 11101 Deputy Commissioner­Jeff Bonne (718) 391-1801 Assistant Commissioner, Human Resources­Marisa Allard (718) 391-1865 Assistant Commissioner, Operations & Business Opportunity­ Loida Martinez (718) 391-1778 Chief Financial Officer­Robert Cleary (718) 391-1781 Director, Training & Staff Develoopment­Carolyn Gibson (718) 391-1951 Agency Chief Contracting Officer (ACCO) 30-30 Thomson Avenue, 4th Flr, Long Island City, NY 11101 Agency Chief Contracting Officer--Donald Hooker (718) 391-1501 Deputy ACCO/Competitively Bid Contracts--Lorraine Holley (718) 391-2601 Deputy ACCO/Professional Contracts--Edward Voisich (718) 391-1503 Deputy ACCO/Support Services--Ramon Rodriguez (718) 391-1505 Director, Insurance/Risk Management--Allison Wright (718) 391-1546 Director, Vendor Integrity--Patricia Clift (718) 391-1565 Infrastructure Division 30-30 Thomson Avenue, 3rd Flr, Long Island City, NY 11101 Deputy Commissioner--Richard Ocken (718) 391-2254 First Assistant Commissioner--John Pusz, P.E. (718) 391-1903

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Assistant Commissioner/Design--George W. Cowan, P.E. (718) 391-2041 Assistant Commissioner/Design/Research and Development--Dino Y. P. Ng, P.E. (718) 391-2043 Assistant Commissioner/Construction Management: Brooklyn and Staten Island--William F. Lipski, P.E. (718) 391-1901 Assistant Commissioner/Construction Management: Bronx, Manhattan and Queens--J. Evans Doleyres, P.E. (718) 391-1954 Assistant Commissioner/Program Management-- Narayana Venugopalan (718) 391-2271 Director, Community Outreach--Sybil R. Dodson (718) 391-2284; Fax (718) 391-2386 Borough Offices Bronx/North Queens, 1 Fordham Plaza, 5th Floor, Bronx N.Y. 10458 (718) 365-2106; Fax (718) 365-2170 Joseph Cassidy, P.E., Director Brooklyn, 16 Court Street, 14th Flr., Brooklyn, NY 11241 (718) 250-5047; Fax (718) 250-5019 Richard Zetterlund, P.E., Director Manhattan, 40 Worth Street, 8th Floor, New York, N.Y. 10013 (212) 442-1900; Fax (212) 442-1910 Thomas Wynne, P.E., Director South Queens, 30-30 Thomson Avenue, 3rd Floor, Long Island City, N.Y. 11101 (718) 391-1952; Fax (718) 391-2384 Donald Granger, P.E., Director Staten Island, 4434 Amboy Road, 2nd Floor, Staten Island, N.Y. 10312 (718) 605-2174; Fax (718) 605-2175 Richard Myhre, P.E., Director Structures Division 30-30 Thomson Avenue, 5th Flr, Long Island City, NY 11101 Deputy Commissioner--Louie Rueda, R.A. (718) 391-1364 First Assistant Commissioner--Charles Cellura, R.A. (718) 391-1642 Director, Budget--Robert Tobin (718) 391-1084 Assistant Commissioner--Luis Mendes (718) 391-1424 Director, Fire Unit--Samir Shah (718) 391-1430 Director, Special Projects Unit--Gabor Dessewffy (718) 391-1421 Assistant Commissioner--Sergio Silveira, R.A. (718) 391-1041 Director, Cultural Institutions Unit --Michael Nastasi (718) 391-1174 Director, Libraries Unit­Kwok Yim, P.E. (718) 391-1043 Director, Pass Throughs-Steven Wong, R.A.

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(718) 391-2550 Assistant Commissioner-Rebecca Clough. R.L.A. (718) 391-1127 Director, Corrections Unit-Vacant Director, Police Unit-Vacant Director, Courts Unit-Vinod Devgan, R.A. (718) 391-1222 Assistant Commissioner-Vacant Director, Schools Program-James Lawler (718) 391-1233 Assistant Commissioner-Frank D'Arpino (718) 391-1061 Director, Health Unit-Mahendra Patel, P.E. (718) 391-1173 Director, Human Services Unit-Desmond J. Spillane (718) 391-1196 Director, Transportation Unit-Frederick Douglass, R.A. (718) 391-1195 Assistant Commissioner-Margot Wooley, A.I.A. (718) 391-1102 Director, Architecture-Michael Cetera, R.A. (718) 391-1219 Director, Engineering-Christopher Gallo, P.E. (718) 391-1259 Director, Estimating-Marc Meyers (718) 391-3414 Director, Permits and Approvals-Maria Lily Yao (718) 391-1751 Director, Pre-Award-Bruce Whitelaw (718) 391-1350 Director, Sustainable Design and Construction-John Krieble, R.A. (718) 391-1223 Director, Job Order Contracting Unit-Paul Reedy (718) 391-1044 Technical Support Division 30-30 Thomson Avenue, 5th Flr, Long Island City, NY 11101 Assistant Commissioner--Mark A. Canu (718) 391-1391 Deputy Assistant Commissioner/Technical Support-- John Savarese, Jr., P.E. (718) 391-1249 Director, Environmental Health and Safety Services-- Robert Adams, CIH, CSP (718) 391-1284 Director, Site Engineering­Vincent Zakrzewski, L.S. (718) 391-1303 Director, Quality Assurance­Jean Jean-Louis (718) 391-2268 Technology and Policy Analysis Division 30-30 Thomson Avenue, 4th Flr, Long Island City, NY 11101 Deputy Commissioner--Stephen Murphy (718) 391-1765 Assistant Commissioner, IT--Raúl Canabal (718) 391-1668 Assistant Commissioner, Business Analysis-- Rachel Laiserin (718) 391-1877

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NYC ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

110 William Street, New York, NY 10038 (212) 619-5000 (212) 312-3909 NYC.gov/html/edc A not-for-profit corporation formed by the consolidation of the former New York City Public Development Corporation, the Financial Services Corporation of New York City and the Transportation and Commerce Unit of the former Department of Ports and Trade, designed to protect and enchance the City's job and revenue base through the provision of comprehensive economic development services, including commercial and industrial real estate development, financial services, the development and management of commercial transport systems, management of the City's wholesale and public food markets, and the planning, development and management of waterfront properties. EDC also administers the New York City Industrial Development Agency (IDA) which authorizes tax exempt financing for manufacturers, other industrial and not-for-profit corporations. John Chalsty, Chairman President--Andrew M. Alper (212) 312-3500 Chief Operating Officer--Joshua J. Sirefman (212) 312-3816 Chief Financial and Administrative Officer--John V. Cirolia (212) 312-3587 General Counsel--Meredith J. Jones (212) 312-3563 Executive Vice President, Real Estate--Jonathan S. Fair (212) 312-3837 Executive Vice President Client Services & Executive Director, NYC Industrial Development Agency-Barbara Basser-Bigio (212) 312-3857 Executive Vice President, Infrastructure--Kate Ascher (212) 312-3525 Chief of Staff-Conley Rollins (212) 312-3982 Vice President, Public Affairs-Michael Sherman (212) 312-3804 Director, Intergovernmental Affairs--Gina R. Fini (212) 312-3560

NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374- 6000 www.nycnet.edu The NYC Department of Education (formerly the Board of Education) was created by the legislature of the State of New York and derives its powers from State law.

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The thirteen member body designated as the Board of Education in section 2590-g of the Education Law shall be known as the Panel for Educational Policy. The Panel for Educational Policy is a part of the governance structure responsible for the City School District of the City of New York, subject to the laws of the State of New York and the regulations of the State Department of Education. Other parts of the structure include the Chancellor, superintendents, community school boards, principals, and school leadership teams. Together this structure shall be designated as the Department of Education of the City of New York. Joel I. Klein, Chancellor The Chancellor is the Chief Executive of the New York City public school system. He is appointed by the Mayor, and serves as Chairperson of the Panel for Educational Policy, Trustee of the New York City School Construction Authority, and Member of the New York City Youth Board. Salary $250,000. The members of the Panel for Educational Policy are appointed according to law as follows: one member is appointed by each Borough President, eight members, including the Chancellor who serves as chairperson, are appointed by the Mayor. All members serve at the pleasure of the official who appointed them. A vacancy in the Panel for Educational Policy shall, by law, be filled by appointment by the appropriate Borough President or the Mayor. Panel for Educational Policy Evita Belmonte Philip A. Berry Dr. David C. Chang Robert Einhorn (Student Advisory Council Member) Natalie Gomez-Velez Andrew Gounardes (Student Advisory Council Member) Dr. Ramona Hernandez Jacquelyn Kamin Dr. Augusta Souza Kappner Joel I. Klein Susana Torruella Leval Joan McKeever-Thomas Richard L. Menschel Marita Regan Donald Weber OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-5110; Fax (212) 374-5763 Chief of Staff­LaVerne Evans Srinivasan (212) 374-5111 Chancellor's Scheduler­Louise Billington (212) 374-0206

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Senior Counselor for Education Policy­Michele Cahill (212) 374-0201 Senior Executive for Youth Development and Community Services­Dr. Lester M. Young (212) 374-5082; Fax (212) 374-5588 Chief Executive for Strategic Partnerships­Caroline Kennedy (212) 374-5193; Fax (212) 374-5588 General Counsel, and Office of Legal Services­Chad Vignola (212) 374-0220; Fax (212) 374-5596 Communications and Media Relations, Press Secretary­ David K. Chai (212) 374-5141; Fax (212) 374-5584 Deputy Chancellor for Operations and Planning­ Anthony Shorris (212) 374-0208; (212) 374-5588 Chief of Staff­Julie Horowitz (212) 374-6624 Senior Operations Manager for NCLB/Transfer Programs, Zoning and Admissions­Matthew Bromme (212) 374-5481; Fax (212) 374-5591 Chief Executive for Human Resources­Joyce Coppin, Ed. D. (718) 935-4750; (718) 935-2005 Deputy Chancellor for Finance and Administration­ Kathleen Grimm (212) 374-0209; Fax (212) 374-5588 Chief of Staff­Jeff Shear (212) 374-5188 Chief Financial Officer­Bruce Feig (212) 374-4245; Fax (212) 374-5585 Chief Information Officer for Informational and Instructional Technology­Charles Niessner (718) 935-4500; Fax (718) 935-5542 Chief Executive for School Support Services­ Martin Oestreicher (718) 391-6466 President, School Construct­William H. Goldstein (718) 472-8003; (718) 472-8009 Deputy Chancellor for Teaching and Learning­Diana Lam (212) 374-5115; Fax (212) 374-5588 Chief of Staff­Sara Goldreich (212) 374-5115; Fax (212) 374-5599 Senior Instructional Manager for Teaching and Learning­ Helen Santiago (212) 374-3831; Fax (212) 374-5592 Senior Instructional Manager for Government and Grant Programs­Dr. Sandra Kase (212) 374-5158; Fax (212) 374-5591 Senior Instructional Manager for Secondary Schools­ Rose A. DePinto (212) 374-5085; Fax (212) 374-5598 Senior Instructional Manager for Special Projects & the Arts­ Dr. Angelo Gimondo (212) 374-5154; Fax (212) 374-5591 Executive Director for Assessment and Accountability­ Dr. Lori Mei (212) 374-5145; Fax (212) 374-5908

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Auditor General, Office of 65 Court St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 935-2600; Fax (718) 935-5458 Director-Jess Fardella Budget Operations and Review, Division of 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-4915; Fax (212) 374-5585 Executive Director (Acting) - Matthew Sapienza Chief Physician, Office of 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-2467; Fax (212) 374-5599 Chief Physician-Dr. Terry Marx City Hall Academy 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-5049 Principal-Anna Switzer Citywide Programs (District 75), Division of 400 First Avenue, New York, NY 10023 (212) 802-1503; Fax (212) 802-1678 Superintendent-Dr. Susan Erber Community School District Affairs, Office of 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-5468; Fax (212) 374-5568 Director-Doreen DiMartini English Language Learners 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK; Fax (212) 374-5763 Superintendent - Dr. Edna Vega Equal Opportunity, Office of 65 Court St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 935-3320; Fax (718) 935-3775 Director­Stephen Mitchell Financial Operations, Office of 65 Court St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 935-2649; Fax (718) 935-3329 Executive Director­Louis Benevento Instructional Support, Division of 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-0284; Fax (212) 374-5901 Executive Director­Peter Heaney

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Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining, Office of 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-5023; Fax (212) 374-5596 Director­Vacant Leadership Academy 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK; Fax (212) 374-5585 Chief Executive Officer-Bob Knowling Academic Dean­Sandra Stein (212) 374-6504; Fax (212) 374-5761 Non-Public and Charter Schools, Office of 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 11201 Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK; Fax (212) 374-5581 Director­Margaret O. Weiss New School Development 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-5073; Fax (212) 374-5598 Chief Executive­Elizabeth Sciabarra NYPD-School Safety, Division of 110 Livingston St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 935-2398; Fax (718) 935-4187 Commanding Officer­Chief Gerald Nelson Parent Engagement 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-5214; Fax (212) 374-5586 Senior Instructional Manager­Dr. Evelyn W. Castro Promotion Policy, Summer Schools & NCLB, Office of 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-5091; Fax (212) 374-5591 Superintendent­Brian Morrow

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Recruitment and Professional Development, Center for 65 Court St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 935-4672; Fax (718) 935-2055 Superintendent­Vacant School Safety and Programs 52 Chambers Street, New York, NY 11201 (212) 374-5164; Fax (212) 374-5588 Chief Executive­Benjamin Tucker

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School Support Services, Division of (Facilities, Food & Nutrition Services, Transportation and PSAL) 44-36 Vernon Blvd., Long Island City, NY 11101 Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK; Fax (718) 472-0615 Chief Executive­Martin Oestreicher Special Education Reform, Office of 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-2358; Fax (212) 374-5599 Deputy Superintendent­Linda Wernikoff Special Investigations, Office of 65 Court St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 935-5858; Fax (718) 935-5238 Director­Theresa Europe Student Support Services, Division of 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-2328; Fax (212) 374-5599 Executive Director­Vincent B. Giordano Zoning, Office of 52 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-5432; Fax (212) 374-5568 Director­Fermin Archer INSTRUCTIONAL DIVISIONS Division 1-Bronx (CSD 9, 10) Learning Support Center: 1 Fordham Plaza, Bronx, NY 10458 Irma Zardoya, Instructional Superintendent (212) 374-0781; Fax (212) 374-5569 (Dist. 9) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-2, 4, 11, 28, 35, 42, 53, 55, 58, 63, 64, 70, 73, 88, 90, 104, 109, 110, 126, 132, 163, 170, 204, 229, 235, 236, 230; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-22, I-82, 117, I-145, I-147, I-148, I-166, I-229 (Dist. 10) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-3, 7, 8, 9, 15, 20, 23, 24, 26, 32, 33, 37, 46, 51, 56, 59, 79, 81, 85, 86, 91, 94, 95, 122, 159, 205,207,209, 226, 246, 257, 279, 280, 291, 306, 310, 315, 330; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-45, I-80, I-115, I-118, I-137, I-141, I-143, I-206, I-319, I-321 Division 2-Bronx (CSD 8, 11, 12) Learning Support Center: 1230 Zerega Ave., Bronx, NY

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Laura Rodriguez, Instructional Superintendent (212) 374-6000

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(Dist. 8) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-14, 36, 48, 60, 62, 69, 71, 72, 75, 93, 100, 107, 119, 130, 138, 140, 146, 152, 164, 182; JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-52, J-120, J-123, I-125, I-131, I-174, I-192 (Dist. 11) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-16, 19, 21, 41, 68, 76, 78, 83, 87, 89, 96, 97, 103, 105, 106, 108, 111, 112, 121, 153, 160, 175, 178; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-MS-113, MS-127, MS-135, MS-142, MS-144, MS-180, MS-181 NORTHEAST BRONX EDUCATION PARK, 750 Baychester Av e.,Bronx, NY 10475 (718) 379-1600, Stephen Lieb, Director (Dist. 12) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-6, 44, 47, 50, 57, 61, 66, 67, 77, 92, 102, 129, 134, 150, 198, 211, 212, 214, 234; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-98, I-116, I-158, I-193, I-98, I-200 Division 3-Queens (CSD 25, 26, 28, 29) Learning Support Centers: 30-48 Linden Place, Flushing, NY 11354; 90-27 Sutphin Blvd., Queens 11435 Judith Chin, Instructional Superintendent (212) 374-6000 (Dist. 25) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-20, 21, 22, 24, 29, 32, 79, 107, 120, 129, 130, 154, 163, 164, 165, 169, 184, 193, 200, 201, 209, 214, 219; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-25, J-168, J-185, J-189, J-194, J-237, I-250, CSD25-Collaborative School (Dist. 26) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-18, 26, 31, 41, 46, 94, 98,115, 133, 159, 162, 173, 178, 186, 188, 191, 203, 205, 213,221; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLSMS-67, I-74, MS-158, MS-172, J-216 (Dist. 28) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-30, 40, 48, 50, 54, 55, 80, 82, 86, 99, 101, 117, 121, 139, 140, 144, 160, 174, 175, 182, 196, 206,220;

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JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-J-72, J-157, J-190, J-217 (Dist. 29) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-15, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 52, 95, 116, 118, 131, 132, 134, 135, 136, 138, 147, 156, 176, 181, 195, 251; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-59, J-109, J-192, J-231, I-238 Division 4-Queens (CSD 24, 30, 32) Learning Support Center: 28-11 Queens Plaza No., LIC 11101 Reyes Irizarry, Instructional Superintendent (212) 374-3467; Fax (212) 374-5587 (Dist. 24) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-7, 12, 13, 14, 19, 49, 68, 71, 81, 87, 88, 89, 91, 102, 113, 128, 143, 153, 199, 229; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-5, I-61, I-73, I-77, I-93, I-119, I-125 (Dist, 30) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-2, 11, 17, 69, 70, 76, 78, 84, 85, 92, 111, 112, 122, 127, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 166, 171; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-J-10, I-126, J-141, I-145, J-204, I-235 (Dist. 32) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-45, 75, 86, 106, 116, 123, 145, 151, 274, 299, 376, 377, 384; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-111, I-162, I-291, I-296, I-300, I-383 Division 5-Brooklyn/Queens (CSD 19, 23, 27) Learning Support Centers: 82-01 Rockaway Blvd., Ozone Pk, NY 11416; 1655 St. Marks Ave., Brooklyn, NY Kathleen Cashin, Instructional Superintendent (212) 374-5442; Fax (212) 374-5581 (Dist. 19) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-7, 13, 65, 72, 89, 108, 149, 158, 159, 174, 190, 202, 213, 214, 224, 260, 273, 290, 306, 328, 345, 346; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-166, I-171, I-218, I-292, I-302, I-311, I-364, East New York Family Academy (Dist. 23) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-41, 73, 137, 150, 155, 156, 165,

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178, 183, 184, 284, 298, 327, 332; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-55, I-263, I-271, J-275

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(Dist. 27) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-42, 43, 45, 47, 51, 56, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 90, 96, 97, 100, 104, 105, 106, 108, 114, 123, 124,146,155, 183, 197, 207, 215, 223, 225, 232; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-53, J-180, J-198, J- 202, J-210, J-226 Division 6-Brooklyn (CSD 17, 18, 22) Learning Support Center: 5619 Flatlands Ave., Brooklyn, NY Gloria Buckery, Instructional Superintendent (212) 374-6000 (Dist. 17) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-6, 12, 91, 92, 138, 161, 167,181, 189, 191, 221, 241, 249, 289, 316, 340, 397, 398, 399; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-2, I-61, I-246, I-320, I-340, I-390, I-391, I-394 (Dist. 18) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-114, 115, 135, 173, 208, 219, 233, 235, 244, 268, 272, 276, 279; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-68, I-211, I-232, I-252, I-285 (Dist. 22) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-52, 109, 119, 139, 152, 193,194, 195, 197, 198, 203, 206, 207, 217, 222, 236, 245, 251, 254, 269,277, 312; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-14, I-78, I-234, I-240, I-278 Division 7-Brooklyn/Staten Island (CSD 20, 21, 31) Learning Support Centers: 415 89tth St., Brooklyn, NY 11209; 715 Ocean Terrace, Staten IsI, NY 10301 Michelle Fratti, Instructional Superintendent (212) 374-5077; (212) 374-5586 (Dist. 20) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-48, 102, 104, 105, 112, 127,160, 163, 164, 170, 176, 179, 180, 185, 186, 192, 200, 204, 205, 229, 247, 314; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-30, I-62, I-187, I-201, I-220, I-223, I-227, I-259

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(Dist. 21) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-90, 95, 97, 99, 100, 101, 121,

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128 153, 177, 188, 199, 209, 212, 215, 216, 225, 226, 238, 253,288, 329 JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-43, I-96, I-98, I-228, I-239, I-280, I-281, I-303 (Dist. 31) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 11, 13, 14, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 29, 30, 31, 32, 35, 36, 38, 39, 41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 48, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 60, 69, 80; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-2, I-7, I- 24, I-27, I-34, I-49, I-51, I-61, I-72, I-75 Division 8-Brooklyn (CSD 13, 14, 15, 16) Learning Support Center: 131 Livingston St., Bklyn, NY 11201 Carmen Farina, Instructional Superintendent (212) 374-3889; Fax (212) 374-5592 (Dist. 13) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-3, 8, 9, 11, 20, 44, 46, 54, 56, 67, 93, 133, 256, 270, 282, 287, 305, 307; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-113, I-117, I-258, I-265, I-670 (Dist. 14) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 31, 34, 59, 84,110, 120, 132, 147, 157, 196, 250, 257, 297, 319, 380; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-33, I-49, J-50, I-71, J-126, I-318 (Dist. 15) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-1, 10, 15, 24, 27, 29, 32, 38, 39, 58, 94, 107, 124, 130, 131, 146, 154, 169, 172, 295, 230, 261, 321, 372; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-MS-51, MS-88, MS-136, J-142, J-293, Brooklyn School for Global Studies (Dist. 16) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-5, 21, 25, 26, 28, 35, 40, 81, 243, 262, 304, 308, 309, 335; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-324 Division 9-Manhattan/Bronx (CSD 1, 2, 4, 7) Learning Support Center: 333 7th Ave., New York, NY 10001 Shelley Harwayne, Instructional Superintendent (212) 374-5066; Fax (212) 374-5591 (Dist. 1) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-15, 19, 20, 34, 61, 63, 64, 97,

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110, 134, 137, 140, 142,196; JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS-J-22, J-25, I-304, I-370

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(Dist. 2) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-1, 2, 3, 6, 11, 26, 33, 40, 41, 42, 51, 59, 111, 116, 124, 126, 130, 151, 158, 183, 190, Option Schools*, 198, 217, 234, 290; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-17, I70, J-104, J-131, J-167, I-411, I-412, I-413, I-414 *Option Schools-Bridges, Clinton School, D2-HS Collaborative, Early Childhood Center, East Side Middle School, Hudson River Middle School, Institute for Secondary Education, Midtown West, Museum School, NYC Lab School for Gifted Education, Partnership Program, Primary School for Creative Arts, Prof. Performing Arts School, School for the Physical City, School of the Future (Dist. 4) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-7, 50, 57, 72, 83, 96, 101, 102, 108, 109, 112, 121, 146, 155, 171, 206, 38 JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-J-45, J-99, J-101, I-117, I-13 (Dist. 7) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-1, 5, 18, 25, 27, 29, 30, 31, 40, 43, 49, 154, 156, 161 JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-139, J-149, I-151, I-162, I-183, I-184, Division 10-Manhattan (CSD 3, 5, 6) Learning Support Center: 4360 B'way, New York, NY 10033 Lucille Swarns, Instructional Superintendent (212) 374-6000 (Dist. 3) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-P.S. 9, 75, 76, 84, 87, 113,144, 145, 149/207, 163, 165, 166, 180, 185, 191, 199, 207, 208; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-44, I-54, I-118, I-88 (Dist. 5) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-30/31, 36, 46, 92, 123, 125, 129, 133, 154, 161, 175, 194, 197, 200, Choir Academy of Harlem; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-10, J-43 I-195, I-275, I.S.10, 36

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School, 176, 210; JUNIOR HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS-I-52, I-90, I-136, I-143, I-164, I-218, I-223, 252. Manhattan High Schools A. Philip Randolph, 135 St. & Convent Ave., 10031, Judith Butcher, P. (212) 926-0113 Art & Design, 1075 Second Ave., 10022 Madeleine Appel, I.A.P. (212) 752-4340 Academy for Environmental Science Secondary School, 410 E. 100th St. 10029, Irene Gee, I.A.P. (212) 860-5979 Bread & Roses Integrated Arts HS, 6 Edgecombe Ave., 10030, Carol Foresta, P.D. (212) 926-4152 Chelsea, 131 Ave. of Americas, 10013 Tim Timberlake, P. (212) 925-1080 CMSP, 145 Stanton St., 10002, Matthew Angrisani, I.A.P. (212) 473-8152 East Side Community, c/o JHS 60, 420 E. 12th St., 10009, Mark Federman, P. (212) 460-8467 Environmental Studies, 444 W. 56th St., 10019, Shirley Matthews, P. (212) 262-8113 Fashion Industries, 225 W. 24 St., 10011, Hilda Nieto, P. (212) 255-1235 Fiorello H. LaGuardia, 108 Amsterdam Ave., 10023, Kim Bruno, P. (212) 496-0700 Frederick Douglass Academy, 2581 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd., 10039, Gregory Hodge, P. (212) 491-4107 Health Professions and Human Services, 345 E. 15th St., 10003, Jane Weiss, P. (212) 780-9175 Heritage School 1680 Lexington Ave., 10029 Peter Dillion, P. (212) 828-2858 High School for Economics & Finance, 100 Trinity Place, 10006, Patrick Burke, P. (212) 346-0708 High School for Health Careers & Science, 549 Audobon Ave., 10040, Harris Marmor, I.A. (212) 927-1841 High School Graphic Comm. Arts, 439 W. 49 St., 10019, Alma Barat, P. (212) 245-5925 High School for the Humanities, 351 W. 18 St., 10011, Phyllis Marino, P. (212) 675-5350 High School for International Business & Finance, 549 Audobon Ave., 10040, Francesca Pena, P (212) 927-1841 High School for Law & Public Service, 549 Audobon Ave., 10040, Nicholas J. Politis, I.A. (212) 927-1841 High School for Leadership & Public Service, 100 Trinity Place, 10006, Ada Rosario Dolch, P. (212) 346-0007 High School for Media & Communication, 549 Audobon Ave., 10040, Janet Saraceno, I.A. (212) 927-1841 High School of Teaching, 421 E. 88 St., 10128, Elaine Goldberg, P. (212) 722-5240

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Humanities Prep, 351 W. 18 St., 10011, Vincent Brevetti, P. (212) 929-4433 Institute for Collaborative Education, 345 East 15th St., 10003, John Pettinato,P. (212) 475-7972 Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis H.S. for International Careers, 120 W. 46th St., 10036, Euclid Mejia, P.D. (212) 391-0041 Leadership Secondary, 111 Columbia St., 10002, Nellie Mulkay, I.A. (212) 254-6879 Life Sciences Secondary School, 320 E. 96th St., 10128, Genevieve Stanislaus, I.A. (212) 348-1694 Louis D. Brandeis, 145 W. 84 St., 10024, Eloise Messino, I.A.P. (917) 441-5600 Manhattan Center of Mathematics/Science, E. 116 St. & F.D.R. Drive, 10029, Steve Askinazi, P. (212) 876-4639 Manhattan Comprehensive Night and Day, 240 2nd Ave., 10003, Howard Friedman, P. (212) 353-2010 Martin L. King, Jr., 122 Amsterdam Ave., 10023, Enid Margolies, I.A.P. (212) 501-1300 Murry Bergtraum, 411 Pearl St., 10038, Barbara Esmilla, P. (212) 964-9610 Norman Thomas, 111 E. 33 St., 10016, Steve Satin, P. (212) 576-0500 Park West, 525 W. 50 St., 10019, Frank Brancato, P. (212) 262-5861 Professional Performing Arts 328 West 48th St., 10036, Mindy Chermak, P. (212) 247-8652 Seward Park, 350 Grand St., 10002, Jayne Godlewski, I.A. (212) 674-7000 Stuyvesant, 345 Chambers St., 10282, Stanley Teitel, P. (212) 312-4800 Talent Unlimited, 300 E. 68th St., 10021, Deena Forman, I.A.P. (212) 737-1530 Thurgood Marshall, IS 136, 6 Edgecombe Ave., 10030, Sandye Johnson Davis, P. (212) 283-8055 University Neighborhood HS, 200 Monroe St., 10002, Rosa Pietanza, I.A. (212) 962-4341 Wadleigh, 215 W. 114th St., 10026, Beverly Betts, P. (212) 749-5800 Washington Irving, 40 Irving Pl., 10003, Denise DiCarlo, I.A.P. (212) 674-5000 Young Women's Leadership Institute, 105 East 106th St., 10029, Kathleen Ponze, P. (212) 289-7593 M-Alternative High Schools/Special Programs Auxiliary Services, 198 Forsyth St., 10002, Robert Galli, P. (212) 673-8254 Beacon School, 237-243 W. 61st St., 10022, Stephen Stoll, P.D. (212) 245-2807 Borough Academies, 40 E. 29th St., 10016, Aileen Chester, P.

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(212) 889-7567 Career Education Center, 448 W. 56th St., 4th Fl., 10009, Sherry Zekowski, P. (212) 262-0817 Cascades Center for Teaching and Learning, 198 Forsythe St., 10002, Barbara Nunez, P. (646) 654-1261 Central Park East, 1573 Madison Ave., 10029, David Smith, P. (212) 860-8935 Choir Academy of Harlem, 2005 Madison Ave., 10035, John King, Jr., P. D. (212) 289-6227 City-As-School, 16 Clarkson St., 10014, Robert Lubetsky, P. (212) 337-6800 Coalition School for Social Change, 220 W. 58th St.,10019, Eileen Miller-Cohen, P. (212) 247-3651 Edward A. Reynolds West Side, 500 Eighth Ave., 10018, Jane McTavish, P. (212) 678-7300 Ella Baker School, 317 East 67th St., 10021, Laura Garcia, P.D., (212) 717-8809 Executive Internship, 16 Clarkson St., 10014, Robert Lubetsky, P. (212) 337-6890 Gregorio Luperon Prep., 516 W. 181st St., 10033, Juan Villar, P. (212) 927-2561 Landmark School, 220 W. 58th St., 10019, Vivian Orlen, P. (212) 247-3414 Legacy School for Integrated Studies, 34 West 14th St.,10011, Livingston Hilaire, P. (212) 645-1980 Liberty, 250 W. 18th St., 10011, Bruce Schnur, P. (212) 691-0934 Lower East Side Prep, 145 Stanton St., 10002, Martha Polin, I.A. (212) 505-6366 Manhattan International, 317 East 67th St., 10021, William Ling, P. (212) 517-6728 Manhattan Village Academy, 43 West 22nd St., 10010, Hector Geager, P. (212) 242-8752 Park East, 230-34 E. 105 St., 10029, Nicholas Mazzarella, P. (212) 831-1517 Pregnant Teens Program, 22 E. 128th St., 10035, Marcia Torchia, I.A. (212) 247-5060 Repertory School, 525 West 50th St., 10019, Jean Issman, P.D. (212) 581-0971 Satellite Academy, 120 W. 30th St., 10001, Alan Baratz, P. (646) 674-2800 School for the Physical City, 55 East 25th St., 10010, Judith Scott, P. (212) 683-7440 School of Cooperative Tech. Ed., 321 E. 96 St., 10128, Glenn Goldberg, P. (212) 369-8800 Unity, 121 Ave. of the Americas, 10013, Maritza Tamayo, P. (212) 343-8038 Urban Academy, 317 East 67th St., 10021, Herb Mack, P. (212) 570-5284

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Urban Peace Academy, 2351 First Ave., 10035, Gwen Roth, P. (212) 987-1906 Vanguard School, 317 East 67th St., 10021, Louis Delgado, P. (212) 517-5175 Bronx High Schools Adlai E. Stevenson, 1980 Lafayette Ave., 10473, Mike Kessler, I.A. (718) 918-2700 Alfred E. Smith, 333 E. 151 St., 10451, Renee Cassanova, I.A. (718) 993-5000 Banana Kelly Community Learning Center, 991 Longwood Ave.,10459, Joshua Laub, P. (718) 991-2447 Bronx Academy for Leadership High School, 1710 Webster Ave., 10457, Kenneth Gaskin P. (718) 299-4274 Bronx H.S. Science, 75 W. 205 St., 10468, Valerie Reidy, P. (718) 817-7700 Bronx School for Law Government & Justice, 350 Gerard Ave., 10451, David Banks P. (718) 402-8481 Christopher Columbus, 925 Astor Ave., 10469, Gerald Garfin, P.D. (718) 944-3400 DeWitt Clinton, Mosholu Pkwy. & Paul Ave., 10468, Geraldine Ambrosio, P. (718) 543-1000 Evander Childs, 800 E. Gun Hill Rd., 10467, Andrew Turay, I.A.P. (718) 519-7700 Foreign Language Academy and Global Studies, 470 Jackson Ave., RM. 338, 10455, Carol Sonnessa, P. (718) 585-4024 Grace H. Dodge, 2474 Crotona Ave., 10458, Elena Papaliberios, P. (718) 584-2700 Harry S. Truman, 750 Baychester Ave., 10475, Sana Nasser, P. (718) 904-5400 Health Opportunities Collaboratives, 350 Gerard Ave., 10451, Frank Fugarino (718) 401-1826 Herbert H. Lehman, 3000 E. Tremont Ave., 10463, Robert Leder, P. (718) 904-4286 Jane Addams, 900 Tinton Ave., 10456, Eileen Stark, P. (718) 292-4513 John F. Kennedy, 99 Terrace View Ave., 10463, Kenneth Harvey, P. (718) 562-5500 Monroe Academy for Business & Law, 1300 Boynton Ave., 10472, Benito Herrero, P. (718) 860-8140 Monroe Academy for Visual Arts & Design, 1300 Boynton Ave., 10472, Deborah Harris, P. (718) 893-6601 Morris, 166 St. & Boston Rd., 10456, Jose Ruiz, P. (718) 542-3700 Samuel Gompers, 455 Southern Blvd., 10455, Mary Ann Hawthorne, P. (718) 665-0950 South Bronx, 701 St. Ann's Ave., 10455, Santiago Tavaras, P. (718) 993-6354 Theodore Roosevelt, 500 E. Fordham Rd., 10458, Paula Super, I.A.P. (718) 733-8100

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Walton, 2780 Reservoir Ave., 10468, Patricia Friedman, P. (718) 364-7400 William H. Taft, 240 E. 172 St., 10457, Karen Grayson, P. (718) 293-7200 X-Alternative High Schools/Special Programs Bronx Coalition Comm. (IS 193) 1300 Boynton Ave., 10472, Esmie Gaynor, P.D. (718) 583-9514 Bronx Regional, 1010 Rev. J.A. Polite Ave., 10459, Colin Thomas, P. (718) 991-2020 Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom H.S., 1021 Jennings St., 10460, Nancy Mahn, P. (718) 861-0521 Hostos-Lincoln Academy, 475 Grand Concourse, 10451, Michele Cataldi, P. (718) 518-4333 Literacy Center (Bronx), 1010 Rev. J.A. Polite Ave., Norman Zamcheck, Ed.D., P. 10459 (718) 842-9200 New School for Arts and Sciences, 965 Longwood St., 10459, Gertrude Karabus, I.A.P. (718) 617-1252 Phoenix School, P.O. Box 458- Stoney St., Shrub Oak, 10588, Joan Ahern, P. (718) 542-0380/914-962-2491 Project YOU, 470 E. 161st St., 10451, Tim Lisante, P. (718) 993-2791 University Heights, University Ave. & W. 181st St., 10453, Brenda Bravo, P. (718) 220-6397-(718) 289-5300 Wings Academy, 1122 E. 180th St., 10460, Wayne Cox, P. (718) 597-1751 Brooklyn High Schools Abraham Lincoln, Ocean Pkwy. & West Ave., 11235, Corinne Heslin, P. (718) 372-5474 ACORN Community School, 561 Grand Ave., 11238, Eleanor Leonard, P.D. (718) 789-2258 ACORN High School for Social Justice, 500 Pacific St., 11201, Damaso Parets, I.A. (718) 694-0024 Automotive, 50 Bedford Ave., 11222, Evaristo Jimenez, P. (718) 218-9301 Bard High School Early College, 424 Leonard Street, 11222, Ray Peterson, Ed. D., P. (718) 468-6898 Benjamin Banneker Acad. for Comm. Development, (Under CSD 13) 77 Clinton Ave., 11201, Frank Spradley, P. (718) 797-3702 Boys & Girls, 1700 Fulton St., 11213, Frank Mickens, P. (718) 467-1700 Brooklyn H.S. of the Arts, 345 Dean St., 11217, Robert Finley, P., (718) 855-2412 Brooklyn Technical, 29 Fort Greene Pl., 11217, Lee McCaskill, P. (718) 858-5150 Brooklyn Night School, 2839 Bedford Ave., 11210, Malaika Bermiss, I.A.P. (718) 434-5043

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Brooklyn Studio School, 83-10 21st Ave., 11214, Harold Epstein, P. (718) 266-5032 Bushwick, 400 Irving Ave., 11237, Ana Santiago, P. (718) 381-7100 Canarsie, 1600 Rockaway Parkway, 11236, Joel Shapiro, I.A. (718) 290-8600 Clara Barton, 901 Classon Ave., 11225, Jacqueline Foster, I.A. (718) 636-4900 Cobble Hill School of American Studies, 347 Baltic St., 11201, Lennel George, I.A. (718) 403-9544 District 15 Collaborative, 284 Baltic St., 11201, Bonnie LaBoy, I.A.P. (718) 694-9741 East New York, 1 Wells St., 11208, Mark Markowitz, P. (718) 647-5204 Edward R. Murrow, 1600 Ave. L, 11230, Saul Bruckner, P. (718) 258-9283 El Puente Academy for Peace & Justice, 211 S. Fourth St., 11211, Alfa Anderson, P.D. (718) 599-2895 Erasmus Campus, School of Business and Technology, 911 Flatbush Ave.,11226, Myrna Walters, P.D. (718) 282-7804 Erasmus Campus, School of Humanities, 911 Flatbush Ave., 11226, Richard Forman, P.D. (718) 282-8428 Erasmus Campus, School of Science and Mathematics, 911 Flatbush Ave., 11226, Melanie Johnson, P.D. (718) 282-8079 Fort Hamilton, 8301 Shore Road, 11209, JoAnn Chester, P. (718) 748-1537 Franklin D. Roosevelt, 5800 20th Ave., 11204, Adele Vocel, P. (718) 256-1346 George Westinghouse, 105 Tech St., 11201, Jean Claude Brizard, P. (718) 625-6130 George W. Wingate, 600 Kingston Ave., 11203, Herbert Hogan, I.A. (718) 467-7400 Harry Van Arsdale, 257 North 6 St., 11211, Bruce Billig, P. (718) 486-2500 H.S. of Enterprise, Business & Technology, 850 Grand St., 11211, Juan Mendez, P. (718) 387-2701 H.S. for Legal Studies, 850 Grand St., 11211, Carlyle Leach, P. (718) 387-2800 H.S. of Telecommunications, 350 67th St., 11220, Phillip Weinberg, P. (718) 759-3400 James Madison, 3787 Bedford Ave., 11229, Harry Rattien, P. (718) 758-7200 John Dewey, 50 Ave. X, 11223, Barry Fried, I.A.P. (718) 373-6400 John Jay, 237 Seventh Ave., 11215, Harold Lipitz, P. (718) 788-1514 Lafayette, 2630 Benson Ave., Alan Siegel, I.A.P. (718) 372-3480

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Leon M. Goldstein HS, 1830 Shore Blvd., Bldg. T7, 11235, Joseph Zaza, I.A. (718) 743-8178 Middle College at Medger Evers, 1186 Carroll St., 11225, Veronica Peterson, P. (718) 703-3400 Midwood, 2839 Bedford Ave., 11210, Steve Zwisohn, P. (718) 487-7000 New Dorp, 465 New Dorp Lane, 10306, Dierdre DeAngelis, I.A.P. (718) 667-8686 New Utrecht, 1601 80th St., 11214, Howard Lucks, P. (718) 232-2500 Paul Robeson, 150 Albany Ave., 11213, Ira Weston, P. (718) 774-0300 Port Richmond, Innis St. & St. Joseph Ave., 10302, Robert Graham, I.A. (718) 273-3600 Progress High School, 850 Grand St., 11211, William Jusino, P. (718) 387-2800 Prospect Heights, 883 Classon Ave., 11225, Laurie Midgette, P. (718) 636-5800 Samuel J. Tilden, 5800 Tilden Ave., 11203, Joseph Miskiewicz, P. (718) 629-4523 Sarah J. Hale, 345 Dean St., 11217, Anthony Randazzo, I.A.P. (718) 855-2412 Science Skills Center H.S., 49 Flatbush Ave. Ext., 11201, Robert Sinclair, I.A.P. (718) 243-9413 Secondary School for Law, 237 Seventh Ave., 11215, Marta Jiminez, I.A. (718) 965-8430 Secondary School for Journalism, 237 Seventh Ave., 11215, Abbie Reif, I.A. (718) 965-8430 Secondary School for Research, 237 Seventh Ave., 11215, Anthony Galitsis, I.A. (718) 965-8430 Sheepshead Bay, 3000 Ave. X, 11235, Susan Friedman, P. (718) 332-2003 South Brooklyn, Community H.S. for Leadership, 173 Conover St., 11231, Kate Garrison, P., (718) 422-1900 x352 South Shore, 6565 Flatlands Ave., 11236, Steve Berger, P. (718) 531-4454 Thomas Jefferson, 400 Pennsylvania Ave., 11207, Lena B. Medley, P. (718) 345-1801 William. E. Grady, 25 Brighton 4 Rd., 11235, Ivor Neuscholtz, I.A.P. (718) 332-5000 William. H. Maxwell, 145 Pennsylvania Ave., 11207, Barbara Duncan, P. (718) 345-9100 K-Alternative High Schools/Special Programs Brooklyn College Academy-James Hall, 2900 Bedford Ave., 11210, Juliana Rogers, I.A.P. (718) 951-5941 Brooklyn International, 49 Flatbush Ave. Ext., 11210, Sara Newman, P.D. (718) 643-9315 East New York Family Academy, 2057 Linden Blvd., 11212,

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Sheila Richards, P.D. (718) 927-0012 EBC/DHS For Public Serv.-Bushwick, 1155 Dekalb Ave., 11233, Shirley Edwards, P. (718) 452-3440 EBC/DHS For Public Serv.-East New York, 1155 Dekalb Ave., 11233, Shirley Edwards, P. (718) 498-7163 H.S. of Enterprise, Business and Technology, 850 Grand St., 11211, Juan Mendez, P.D. (718) 387-2701 H.S. Redirection, 226 Bristol St., 11212, Hope Eisman, P. (718) 498-2605 H.S. for Legal Studies, 850 Grand St., 11211, Jerrry Cioffi, P.D. (718) 387-2800 Literacy Center (Bklyn), 832 Marcy Ave., 11216, Robert Rogers, P. (718) 636-5770 Metropolitan Corp. Acad., 362 Schermerhorn St., 11217, Michael Frienga, P. (718) 222-6200 Outreach Program, 832 Marcy Ave., 11216, Elizabeth McCullough, I.A.P. (718) 638-4235 Pacific, 112 Schermerhorn St., 11201, Michele Blatt, I.A.P. (718) 855-7155 Progress H.S., 850 Grand St., 11211, William Jusino, P.D. (718) 387-0228 Street Academy, 832 Marcy Ave., 11216, Thomas E. Baskin-Bey, P. (718) 622-4310 Queens High Schools Academy of American Studies, 28-01 41st Avenue, L.I.C.11101, Ellen Sherman, P. (718) 361-8786 Art & Business, 105-25 Horace Harding Expressway, Corona, 11368, Steven Drakes, P. (718) 271-8383 August Martin, 156-10 Baisley Blvd., Jamaica, 11434, Geri Taylor Brown, P. (718) 528-2920 Aviation, 36 St. & Queens Blvd., L.I.C., 11101, Eileen Taylor, P. (718) 361-2032 Bayside, 32-24 Corporal Kennedy St., Bayside, 11361, Judith Tarlo, P. (718) 229-7600 Beach Channel, 100-00 Beach Channel Dr., Rockaway Park, 11694, Andrea Holt, I.A., P. (718) 945-6900 Benjamin N. Cardozo, 5700 223rd St., Bayside, 11364, Richard Hallman, P. (718) 279-6500 Business and Computer Applications, 207-01 116th Ave., Cambria Heights, 11411, Milton Lipitz (718) 978-6433 Far Rockaway, 821 Beach 25 St., Far Rockaway, 11691, Cheryll Jones, P. (718) 327-6000 Flushing, 35-01 Union St., Flushing, 11354, Cornelia Gutwein (718) 762-8360 Forest Hills, 67-01 110 St., Forest Hills, 11375, Steve Frey, I.A.P. (718) 268-3137 Francis Lewis, 58-20 Utopia Pkwy., Flushing, 11365, Catherine Kalina, P. (718) 357-7740

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Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, 29-10 Thomson Ave., Ctr. 3, L.I.C., 11101, Elliot Salow, I.A. (718) 361-9920 Franklin K. Lane, 999 Jamaica Ave., 11208, Paul Pedota P. (718) 647-2100 Gateway to the Health Sciences, 108-35 167th St., Jamaica, 11433, Cynthia Edwards, P. (718) 739-8080 Grover Cleveland, 2127 Himrod St., Ridgewood, 11385, Dominick Scarola, I.A.P. (718) 381-9600 Hillcrest, 160-05 Highland Ave., Jamaica, 11432, Stephen Duch, P. (718) 658-5407 Humanities and the Arts Magnet School, 207-01 116th Ave., Cambria Heights, 11411, Eileen Davis-Jerome, P. (718) 978-2135 Jamaica, 167-01 Gothic Dr., Jamaica, 11432, Jay Dickler, P. (718) 739-5942 John Adams, 101-01 Rockaway Blvd., Ozone Pk., 11417, Richard D'Auria, P. (718) 322-0500 John Bowne, 63-25 Main St., Flushing, 11367, June Orchanian, P. (718) 263-1919 Long Island City, 14-30 Broadway, L.I. City, 11101, William Bassell, P. (718) 545-7095 Louis Armstrong School, 32-02 Junction Blvd., E. Elmhurst, NY 11369, Elizabeth Ophals, P. (718) 335-7500 Magnet School of Law and Gov't., 207-01 116th Ave., Cambria Heights, 11411, Carole Kelly, P. (718) 978-6432 Martin Van Buren, Hillside Ave. & 232nd St., Queens Village, 11427, Marilyn Shevell, P. (718) 776-4728 Math/Science Research Tech Center, 207-01 116th Ave., Cambria Heights 11411, Stewart Rahr, I.A.D. (718) 978-1837 Newcomers School, 28-01 41st Ave., L.I. C., 11101, Lourdes Burrows, P. D. (718) 937-6005 Newtown, 48-01 90th St., Elmhurst, 11373, John Ficalora, P. (718) 592-4300 Queens HS for the Sciences at York College, 9420 Guy Brewer Blvd., Jamaica, 11451, Brian Jetter, I.A.P (718) 57-3181 Queens Voc., 37-02 47th Ave., L.I. C., 11101, Denise Vittor, P. (718) 937-3010 Richmond Hill, 89-30 114 St., Richmond Hill, 11418, Eileen May, I.A.P. (718) 846-3335 Robert F. Kennedy Community H.S., 75-40 Parsons Blvd., Flushing, 11366, Ira Pernick, I.A. (718) 969-5510 Springfield Gardens, 143-10 Springfield Blvd., Springfield Gardens, 11413 Robert Hickson, P. (718) 341-3033 Thomas A. Edison, 165-65 84th Ave., Jamaica, 11432, Andrea Solgan, I.A. (718) 297-6580 Townsend Harris, 149-11 Melbourne Ave., Flushing, 11367, Tom Cunningham, P. (718) 575-5580 William C. Bryant, 48-10 31st Ave., L.I. City, 11103,

Special Commissioner of Investigastion

Bernadette Kriftcher (718) 721-5404

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Q-Alternative High Schools/Special Programs International H. S. at LaGuardia, 31-10 Thomson Ave. MB 52, L.I.C., 11101, Burt Rosenberg, P. (718) 482-5455 Island Academy/R.I.E. Facility, 18-00 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, 11370, Frank Dody, P. (718) 546-6200 Middle College, 31-10 Thomson Ave., L.I. City, 11101, Aaron Listhaus, I.A., P. (718) 379-4000 NY Voc. Training Center, 100-00 Beach Channel Dr., Rockaway Pk 11694, Susan Greco, I.A.P. (718) 318-3766 Offsite Educational Services, 100-00 Beach Channel Dr., Rockaway Pk 11694, Robert Zweig, P. (718) 318-2216 Robert F. Wagner, Jr., 47-07 30tth Pl., L.I. City, 11101, Teresa Born, I.A.P. (718) 472-5671 Rosewood, 19-19 Hazen St., E. Elmhurst, 11370, Joanne Estella (718) 546-7562 Staten Island High Schools Curtis, Hamilton Ave. & St. Mark's Pl., St. George, 10301, Edward Seto, P. (718) 273-7380 Ralph McKee, 290 St. Mark's Pl., 10301, Linda Waite, P. (718) 273-4000 Staten Island Technical, 485 Clawson St., 10306, Vincent Maniscalco, P. (718) 667-5725 Susan E. Wagner, 1200 Manor Rd., 10314, Gary Giodano, I.A. P. (718) 698-4200 Tottenville, 100 Luten Ave., 10312, John Tuminaro, P. (718) 356-2220 S.I.-Alternative High Schools Concord, 109 Rhine Ave., 10304, Allen Nilsen, I.A.P. (718) 447-1274

THE SPECIAL COMMISSIONER OF INVESTIGATION FOR THE NYC SCHOOL DISTRICT

80 Maiden Lane, 20th Fl., New York, NY 10028 (212) 510-1400 Fax: (212) 510-1550 Complaint Hotline (24 Hours) (212) 510-1500 The Special Commissioner of Investigation for the New York City School District is appointed by the Commissioner of Investigation and operates independently of the Department of Education. The office investigates corruption, conflicts of interest, unethical conduct and other misconduct within the School District of the City of New York.

NAMES

Richard J. Condon, Special Commissioner of Investigation. (212) 510-1425

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First Deputy Commissioner--Regina A. Loughran (212) 510-1426 Deputy Commissioner--Gerald P. Conroy (212) 510-1486 Special Counsel: Vicki Multer Diamond (212) 510-1454 Eileen C. Daly (212) 510-1407 Tim Zirkel--(212) 510-1418 Chief Investigator--Thomas Fennell (212) 510-1439 Deputy Chief Investigator--Thomas Comiskey (212) 510-1461 Office Manager­William Cosgrove (212) 510-1420 Secretary to the Special Commissioner­Sara Scicluna (212) 510-1470

BOARD OF EDUCATION RETIREMENT SYSTEM

65 Court St., Rm. 1603, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 935-5400 Fax: (718) 935-2993 Administered by a Board of Trustees consisting of two representatives of the Mayor appointed by the Mayor; representatives from each of the five borough presidents; and two employee representatives. Each Board member is entitled to cast one vote. The Chair is selected by the Board.

Members: James Kelly, Chair Rebecca Marston

Executive Director--Christine Bailey (718) 935-2644 Deputy Executive Director--Denise Ellis (718) 935-3965

NYC SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY

30-30 Thomson Ave., Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 472-8000 Fax: (718) 472-8840 NYC.gov/html/sca An independent Authority, created by the State Legislature in 1988, responsible for the design, construction, modernization and rehabilitation of public schools in New York City. The Board of Trustees is composed of the Chancellor of the Board of Education, a Trustee appointed by the Mayor who serves as Chair and a Trustee appointed by the Governor. The Trustees are responsible for appointing a President who serves as Chief Executive Officer. Trustees receive no compensation except reimbursement for actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of

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Board of Trustees: Stanley E. Grayson Craig M. Hatkoff Joel I. Klein, Chancellor, Department of Education

President and Chief Executive Officer­William H. Goldstein (718) 472-8003 Senior Vice President, Administration & FinanceSteve Lawitts (718) 472-8004 General Counsel-Ross J. Holden, Esq. (718) 472-8220 Vice President, Architecture & Engineering-E. Bruce Barrett (718) 472-8488 Vice President, Project Management & OperationsDan Reddan, P.E. (718) 472-8105 Senior Director (Acting), Construction Services-Fatma Amer (718) 472-8423 Senior Director, Project Support-Lorraine Grillo (718) 472-8216

NYC EDUCATIONAL CONSTRUCTION FUND

30-30 Thomson Ave., 4th Flr, Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 472-8285 Composed of the President of the Board of Education, the Chancellor of the City School District of the City of New York, and one Trustee appointed by the Mayor to serve a term coterminous with that of the Mayor. Created by the State Legislature in 1966; engaged in the construction of combined occupancy projects, each of which includes a public school and a private compatible use. Trustees receive no compensation except reimbursement for expenses incurred in the performance of their duties.

Board of Trustees: Joel I. Klein, Chair Michael Carey

Executive Director(Acting)--Joseph P. Nappi General Counsel/Records Access Officer--Chad Vignola Director of Finance--Juanita I Rosillo

BOARD OF ELECTIONS

NAMES

32 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10004 (212) 487-5300 For voter information call (866) VOTE-NYC (868-3692) (Outside NYC use 212 area code) TTY/TDD (212) 487-5496

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Meets at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and at the call of the President. Consists of ten Commissioners of Elections appointed by the Council upon recommendation of the two major political organizations in New York, Kings, Queens, Bronx and Richmond Counties. Term four years and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Each Commissioner must be a resident and a voter of the political unit for which he is appointed. Present Board composed of five Democrats and five Republicans. The President and Secretary are selected by the Board and shall not belong to the same political party. Vacancies filled by the Council for unexpired terms. The Board of Elections also constitutes the Board of Canvassers in the City of New York and the Board of Canvassers in each County within the City of New York. The Commissioners of Elections (Terms expire Dec. 31, 2004, salary $12,500) Nancy Mottola Schacher, President Mark B. Herman, Secy Weyman A. Carey. Michael J. Climi Nero Graham, Jr. Douglas A. Kellner Terrance C. O'Connor Frederic M. Umane Vincent J. Velella Stephen Weiner Rep., Kings Dem., Richmond Dem., Kings Rep., Richmond Dem., Bronx Dem., Manhattan Dem., Queens Rep., Manhattan Rep., Bronx Rep., Queens

General Office 32 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10004 (212) 487-5300 vote.nyc.ny.us Executive Director--John Ravitz Deputy Executive Director--George Gonzalez Administrative Manager--Pamela Green Perkins Counsels to the Commissioners--Charles S. Webb, III; Steven Denkberg Counsel to The Board--Steven H. Richman Director, Communications & Public Affairs-- Naomi R. Bernstein Manager, Election Day Operations--Virginia Busti Director, Electronic Voting System--Lucille Grimaldi Manager, Voter Registration Activities--Beth Fossella Candidate Records Unit--Joseph LaRocca Agency Chief Contracting Officer--Elliot Borack Personnel Director--Phil Donahue Finance Officer-- John Ward

Emergency Management, Office of

Borough Offices Manhattan: 200 Varick St., 10th Fl., New York, NY 10013 (212) 886-3800 Chief Clerk--Roseanna Kostamoulos Deputy Chief Clerk--Tim Gay Bronx: 1780 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10457 (718) 299-9017 Deputy Chief Clerk--Vacant Deputy Chief Clerk--Victor Tosi Brooklyn: 345 Adams St., 4th Fl., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 797-8800 Chief Clerk--Diane Haslett Rudiano Deputy Chief Clerk--Kathy King Queens: 42-16 West St., 5th Fl., L.I.C., NY 11101 (718) 392-8989 Chief Clerk--Barbara Conacchio Deputy Chief Clerk--Kathryn James Staten Island: 1 Edgewater Plaza, 3rd Fl., S. I., NY 10305 (718) 876-0079 Chief Clerk--Barbara S. Kett Deputy Chief Clerk--Maryann Yenella

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BOARD OF CANVASSERS IN THE CITY OF NY

32 Broadway, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10004 (212) 487-5300 The Board of Elections in the City of New York constitutes the City Board of Canvassers, empowered by law to canvass votes cast in elections.

OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

11 Water Street, Brooklyn NY 11201 (718) 422-4800 Fax: (718) 422-4870 NYC.gov/oem The New York City Office of Emergency Management (OEM) was given departmental status in the New York City Charter pursuant to a vote of the electorate in the general election on November 6, 2001. OEM is responsible for the on scene coordination of all emergency incidents that require a multi-agency response. OEM also monitors on a constant basis all potential emergency conditions and potential incidents that may require a multi-agency response. OEM develops emergency plans, training programs, and emergency preparedness exercises in order to provide the highest level of emergency response, hazard planning and disaster mitigation to New York City.

NAMES

John T. Odermatt, Commissioner Appointed April 4, 2002. Salary $162,800

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First Deputy Commissioner-Calvin Drayton (718) 422-4600 Deputy Commissioner for Operations-Thomas DePrisco (718) 422-4802 Deputy Commissioner for Administration, Finance & PolicyRachel Stein-Dickenson (718) 422-4623 Deputy Commissioner of Preparedness-Edward Gabriel (718) 422-4614 Deputy Commissioner of Special Projects-Michael Berkowitz (718) 422-4612 Deputy Commissioner for Technology-Henry Jackson (718) 422-4611 Deputy Commissioner for Homeland SecurityChristopher Hetherington (718) 422-4882 Chief of Security and Intelligence Operations -John DiCaprio (718) 422-4809 Deputy Commissioner for Legal Services and General Counsel-Lai Sun Yee (718) 422-4617 Deputy Commissioner of Public Information & AwarenessFrank McCarton (718) 422-4888

NYC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM BOARD OF TRUSTEES

335 Adams St., Ste 2300, Brooklyn, NY 11201-3751 (347) 643-3000 NYC.gov/html/nycers Administered by a Board of Trustees chaired by a representative appointed by the Mayor. Such representative is entitled to cast one vote. The City Public Advocate and City Comptroller each cast one vote. Each of the five borough presidents casts a one-fifth vote. Membership also includes three public employee representatives, each entitled to cast one vote. Board of Trustees appoints Executive Director of the Retirement System. Board of Trustees Martha E. Stark, Mayor's Representative, Chair Betsy Gotbaum, Public Advocate William C. Thompson, Jr., Comptroller Adolfo Carriõn, Jr., President of the Borough of the Bronx Marty Markowitz, President of the Borough of Brooklyn C. Virginia Fields, President of the Borough of Manhattan Helen Marshall, President of the Borough of Queens James P. Molinaro, President of the Borough of Staten Island

Public Employee Representatives: Lillian Roberts, American Federation of State, County and

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Municipal Employees (District Council 37), 125 Barclay St., New York, NY 10007. Carroll Haynes, Local 237, Int'l Brotherhood of Teamsters, 216 W. 14th St., New York, NY 10011 Roger Toussaint, Transport Workers Union of America, 80 West End Ave., New York, NY 10023 Executive Director of the Retirement System-- John J. Murphy (347) 643-3377 Fax: (347) 643-3200 Chief Actuary--Robert C. North, Jr. (212) 442-5776 Records Access Officer--Sonya Grant (347) 643-3603 Medical Board Composed of three physicians, each appointed by, and serving at the pleasure of, respectively, the Board, the Commissioner of Health, and the Commissioner of the New York City Dept. of Citywide Administrative Services. Joseph Bottner, M.D., 40 Nassau St, Massapequa, NY 11738 John Daly, M.D., 60 E. 8th St., New York, NY 10003 Majorie Scheiber, M.D., 12 Roundtree Lane., Montrose, NY 10458

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT

220 Church St., 5th Fl., New York, NY 10013 Fax: (212) 442-2154 24-Hour information and complaint number: 311 or (212) NEW-YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 NYC.gov/workforce The New York City Department of Employment is our city's workforce development agency, creating and implementing customer-focused workforce investment programs and services that prepare New Yorkers for available jobs, while simultaneously providing employers with access to a high quality workforce. The Department of Employment provides unemployed and under-employed people with job training and other employmentrelated services that can ultimately make possible both economic self-sufficiency and financial security. DOE works to guide individuals to educational opportunities, and to help them find career paths with strong earnings potential. The Department of Employment also works collaboratively with businesses, providing them with human resources consulting, customized training, immediate access to skilled workers, and employment retention services.

NAMES

Betty B. Wu, Commissioner. Salary $152,000.

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Appointed January 10, 2002. (212) 442-2157 Chief of Staff-George Rodriguez (212) 442-2166 General Counsel-David Farber (212) 442-2242 Deputy Commissioner, Program Management-Jean Seltzer (212) 442-2459 Assistant Commissioner, Youth Programs-Miguel Almodovar (212) 442-2594 Agency Chief Contracting Officer-Tony Monroe (212) 442-2081 Executive Director, Workforce Investment BoardStacie Hochstadt (212) 442-2241 Records Access Officer- May Chin (212) 442-2162 Inspector General-Gerard Hoey, 180 Water Street, NYC (212) 442-2550

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

59-17 Junction Blvd., Corona, NY 11368 (718) 595-6579 Fax (718) 595-3557 nyc.gov/dep The Department protects the environmental health, wealth, and natural resources of the City and its residents. The Department manages, maintains, and renovates the City water supply, distribution and wastewater system, carries out Federal Clean Water Act and Clean Air Act regulations, handles hazardous material emergencies and toxic site remediation, oversees asbestos monitoring and removal, enforces the City's noise code, bills and collects water and sewer charges and manages citywide water and energy conservation programs.

Christopher O. Ward, Commissioner, Salary $162,800. Appointed April 8, 2002. (718) 595-6565 Fax: (718) 595-3525

Executive Secretary to the Commissioner-Diana Guzman (718) 595-6567 Chief of Staff-Shauna Grob (718) 595-3480 Senior Advisor and Director, Environmental Control BoardAnne J. McCarthy, Esq. (718) 595-6538 First Deputy Commissioner and Executive Director of the New York City Water Board-David B. Tweedy (718) 595-6576 Executive Secretary to the First Deputy CommissionerNellie Gomez Martinez (718) 595-6575 Executive Assistant to the First Deputy Commissioner-

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Michael J. Egan (718) 595-6573 Assistant Commissioner, Budget­Joseph F. Singleton (718) 595-7860 Assistant Commissioner, Management Analysis, Planning and Auditing- Mark Ritze (718) 595-6589 Assistant Commissioner, Information TechnologyRobert E. Cucinotta (718) 595-7805 Agency Chief Contracting Officer-Carol Fenves (718) 595-3225 Agency Compliance Officer-Gerould McCoy (718) 595-4782 General Counsel­Mark D. Hoffer, Esq. (718) 595-6555 Special Counsel­Richard Friedman (718) 595-3604 Inspector General­Clive Morrick, 2 Lafayette St., 17th Floor, New York NY 10007 (212) 442-0194; Fax: (212) 442-0180 Complaints, Services and Permits: 24-Hour information and complaint number (Water, Sewer, Air, Noise) Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK Billing and Metering Information Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK TTY/TDD: (212) 504-4115 Air Permit Information & Issuance Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK (Work Permits, Certif. of Registration & Operation, Renewal of Certif.) 59-17 Junction Blvd., Flushing, NY 11373 Industrial Sources Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK Refuse Burning Equipment Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK Fossil Fuel Burning Equipment Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK Bureau of Wastewater Treatment Planning & Permitting Section, Scavenger Waste Permits, Pretreatment Permits Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK Asbestos Control Program Information: Asbestos Notifications Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK Training & Certification Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK Enforcement Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK To Report Pollution in the Watershed Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK Watershed Hunting Permits (November 15-December 6) Beerston Police Precinct, Route 10, Walton, (Rifle season Only) (607) 865-4185 Watershed Fishing and Hiking Permits Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK NYC Offices: 1250 Broadway, 8th Fl. NY, NY 10001 (212) 643-2215 96-05 Horace Harding Expressway, 1st Fl., Flushing, NY 11368 (718) 595-7778

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Watershed Fishing, Boating and Hiking Permits Fishing and boating permits are issued at the following locations. Issuing hours: Tues-Sat., 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (March 15 thru November 30, each year) Ashokan Reservoir Route 28A just north of Beaverkill Road intersection in Shokan (845) 657-2663 Croton System Reservoirs, 1 Belden Road and Route 6, Carmel (845) 232-1309 Pepacton & Cannonsville Reservoirs, Route 30, Downsville (607) 363-7009 Rondout & Neversink Reservoirs, Route 42, Grahamsville (845) 985-7749 Schonarie Reservoir, Road 7, Roxbury (Boating Only) (607) 588-6631 BOROUGH OFFICES/INFORMATION NUMBERS BRONX: 24-Hour information and complaint number (Water, Sewer, Air, Noise) Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK Water/Sewer Permits, Tapping--Information and Applications--1932 Arthur Ave., Rm. 607, (718) 579-6988; Fax: (718) 579-6989 Bureau of Customer Services Borough Office-- 1932 Arthur Ave. 10457 (718) 579-6980; Fax: (718) 579-6978 Borough Manager--Cheryl Richards Customer Service, Billing and Meter Information Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 Water Meter Inspections--(718) 579-6708 Water Meter Permits--(718) 579-6968 Environmental Control Board Branch Office-- 1932 Arthur Ave., 6th Fl., 10457 (718) 579-6844 BROOKLYN: 24-Hour information and complaint number (Water, Sewer, Air, Noise) 311 or (212) NEW YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 Water/Sewer Permits, Tapping--Information and Applications--250 Livingston Street, 8th Floor, (718) 923-2671; Fax: (718) 923-2698 Bureau of Customer Services Borough Office-- 250 Livingston St., 8th Fl 11201 (718) 923-2609; Fax: (718) 923-2699 Borough Manager--Philippa Avaloy Customer Service, Billing and Meter Information Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 Water Meter Inspections--(718) 923-2620 Water Meter Permits--(718) 923-2650 Environmental Control Board Branch Office--

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MANHATTAN: 24-Hour information and complaint number (Water, Sewer, Air, Noise) 311 or (212) NEW YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 Water/Sewer Permits, Tapping Information and Applications--40 Worth St., 3rd Floor, Rm. 338, 10013 (212) 442-1904; Fax: (212) 442-1914 Bureau of Customer Services Borough Office­ 1250 Broadway, 8th Fl. 10001 (212) 643-2201; Fax: (212) 643-5615 Borough Manager--Alice Ferone Customer Service, Billing and Meter Information-- Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 Water Meter Inspections--(212) 643-2179 Water Meter Permits--(212) 643-2215 Environmental Control Board Branch Office-- 66 John St., 10th Fl. 10038 (212) 361-1400 QUEENS: 24-Hour information and complaint number (Water, Sewer, Air, Noise) 311 or (212) NEW YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 Sewer Permits, Tapping Information and Applications--120-55 Queens Boulevard, Rm. 304, (718) 286-2600; Fax: (718) 286-2605 Water Office: 96-05 Horace Harding Blvd., 1st Floor (718) 595-4766 Fax: (718) 595-4744 Bureau of Customer Services Borough Office-- 96-05 Horace Harding Expwy, Corona, 11368 (718) 595-4595; Fax: (718) 595-4615 Borough Manager--Hank Chilesky Customer Service, Billing and Meter Information Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 Water Meter Inspections--(718) 595-4629/4631 Water Meter Permits--(718) 595-4621/4619 Environmental Control Board Branch Office-- 144-06 94th Avenue, 1st Fl., Jamaica 11435 (718) 298-7300 STATEN ISLAND: 24-Hour information and complaint number (Water, Sewer, Air, Noise) 311 or (212) NEW YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 Water/Sewer Permits, Tapping Information and Applications--10 Richmond Terrace, Rm. 425 (718) 816-2330; Fax: (718) 876-0705 Bureau of Customer Services Borough Office-- 60 Bay St., 10301 (718) 876-6802; Fax: (718) 876-6845

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Borough Manager--John Pinto Customer Service, Billing and Meter Information-- (718) 595-7000 TTY/TDD--(718) 595-7099 Water Meter Inspections--(718) 876-6819/6815 Water Meter Permits--(718) 876-6839/6844 Environmental Control Board Branch Office-- 350 St. Marks Pl.,1st Fl. 10301 (718) 815-8385 BUREAU OF CUSTOMER SERVICES Fax: (718) 595-7337 Deputy Commissioner--Denise M. Richardson (718) 595-6650 Chief, Operations--Jay Haas (718) 595-6643 Bureau Administrator--John A. Milioti (718) 595-4293 Bureau Engineer--Jerry Califana (718) 595-4685 Director, Field Operations--Vacant Director, Technical Services--Warren Liebold (718) 595-4657 Director, Customer Operations--Mohamed Hafeez (718) 595-6691 Director, Information and Management Services-- Louis Mehl (718) 595-7311 Meter Testing Facility, 1-19 Washington St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 802-9211 Chief Inspector--William Calbert BUREAU OF ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE (Air, Noise, Asbestos and Hazardous Materials) Fax: (718) 595-4544 Deputy Commissioner--Robert C. Avaltroni, Jr. (718) 595-4418 Assistant Commissioner--Michael Gilsenan (718) 595-4543 Director, Environmental Policies--Geraldine Kelpin (718) 595-3627 Director, Asbestos Control Program-K. Radhakrishnan (718) 595-3718; Fax: (718) 595-3744 Director, Emergency Response/Hazardous Materials Management-Moustafa Fawzy (718) 595-4650; Fax: (718) 595-4690 Director, Environmental Economic Development UnitRose Marabetti (718) 595-4541 Technical Services (718) 595-3852 Air Permitting and Enforcement (718) 595-3845 Engineering Compliance (718) 595-3787 Noise Abatement (718) 595-3822

Environmental Protection, Dept. of

BUREAU OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 96-05 Horace Harding Expressway, Flushing, NY 11373 Fax: (718) 595-5999

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Deputy Commissioner-Warren Kurtz, P.E. (718) 595-6002 Acting Director, Facilities Planning-James Mueller, P.E. (718) 595-5973 Acting Director, Project Management Design-Michael Borsykowsky, P.E. (718) 595-5921 Acting Director, In-House Design-Kenneth Moriarty, P.E. (718) 595-6238 Director, Subsurface Construction-Paul Zoltanetzky, Jr., P.E. (718) 595-6003 Director, Heavy Construction-Joseph Ramaglia, P.E. (718) 595-5982 Chief, Management and Budget-Stella Kyriakides (718) 595-6004 Chief Contracting Officer-Roya Riazi (718) 595-5648 Chief, Intergovernmental Coordination-John Leonforte (718) 595-5964 OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT Fax: (718) 595-4479 Assistant Commissioner-Angela Licata (718) 595-4398 Deputy Director-Gonzalo Corredor (718) 595-4360 Site Assessment-John Wuthenow (718) 595-4426 Ecological Services-John McLaughlin (718) 595-4458 OFFICE OF LEGAL AFFAIRS Fax: (718) 595-3481 General Counsel--Mark D. Hoffer, Esq. (718) 595-6555 Deputy General Counsel--Robin M. Levine, Esq. (718) 595-6555 Acting Records Access Officer-Marie Dooley (718) 595-6555 BUREAU OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET Fax: (718) 595-3437 Deputy Commissioner for Management and Budget-- Louis J. Tazzi (718) 595-3420 Director, Human Resources Management-- Zoe Ann Campbell (718) 595-3411 Director, Facilities Management and Construction-- Rosemarie Subasic (718) 595-4385

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Equal Employment Opportunity Officer--Martha Osenni (718) 595-3432; TTY/TDD--(718) 595-2736 Disciplinary Counsel--Marsha Rotheim (718) 595-4168 Labor Relations Officer--Carol de Fritsch (718) 595-3401 Director, Security­Frank Munari (718) 595-4640 Fleet Administration 56-01 55th Ave., Maspeth, NY 11378 Director--Nicholas Merckling (718) 326-6111 OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS Fax: (718) 595-3477 General Information-(718) 595-6600 Director­Charles G. Sturcken, Esq. (718) 595-6568 Assistant Commissioner, Intergovernmental AffairsMark Lanaghan (718) 595-3519; Fax: (718) 595-3481 Deputy Director, Public Affairs-Eileen P. Alter (718) 595-6601 Press Secretary-Ian Michaels (718) 595-6600 Deputy Press Secretary-Natalie Millner (718) 459-1512 Director, Community Outreach-Vacant Director, Environmental Education-Kim Estes-Fradis (718) 595-3506 BUREAU OF WASTE WATER TREATMENT 96-05 Horace Harding Expressway, Corona, NY 11368 Fax: (718) 595-5037 Deputy Commissioner -- Alfonso R. Lopez, P.E. (718) 595-5050 Director, Facilities Operations-- John J. Petito, P.E. (718) 595- 5046 Director, Environmental Affairs--Vincent Sapienza, P.E. (718) 595-4906 Director, Facilities Engineering-- Krishnamurthy Gopalakrishnan, P.E. (718) 595-4908 Director, Collection Facilities and Residuals Management-- Michael Quinn, P.E. (718) 595-5043 BUREAU OF WATER AND SEWER OPERATIONS 96-05 Horace Harding Expressway, Flushing, NY 11373 Fax: (718) 595-5342 Deputy Commissioner--Douglas Greeley, P.E. (718) 595-5330 Director, Operations--Michael Krysko, P.E.

Environmental Protection, Dept. of

(718) 595-5329 Director, Engineering--Magdi Farag, P.E. (718) 595-5176 Director, Distribution Operations--Edward Coleman, P.E. (718) 595-5328 BUREAU OF WATER SUPPLY 465 Columbus Avenue, Valhalla, NY 10595

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Deputy Commissioner--Michael A. Principe, Ph.D (914) 742-2001 Acting Director, Drinking Water Quality Control-- Steven C. Schindler (914) 742-2083 Director, Operations & Engineering--Thomas Hook, P.E. (914) 742-2006 Croton System, District Engineer-Timothy S. Lawler, P.E. (914) 232-8556 Catskill System, District Engineer-Todd A. West, P.E. (845) 657-7601 Delaware System, District Engineer-Paul L. Rush, P.E. (845) 985-2275 Director, Watershed Lands & Community Planning--Ira Stern (845) 340-7520 Director, Water Systems Planning--Joseph Rutkowski, P.E. (914) 742-2092 Director, DEP Police--Edward J. Welch (914) 742-2048 Environmental Control Board 66 John St., 10th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Fax: (212) 361-1900 Executive Director--Anne J. McCarthy, Esq. (212) 361-1703 Deputy Director--Michael J. Moran (212) 361-1776 Legal Director--Juliet Neisser, Esq. (212) 361-1707 Counsel to the Board--James Macron (212) 361-1515

Term Members: Expires Christopher O. Ward, Commissioner, DEP,Chair Ex-officio Patricia J. Lancaster, Commissioner, DOB ................ Ex-officio John J. Doherty, Commissioner, DOS ....................... Ex-officio Raymond W. Kelly, Commissioner, NYPD ................ Ex-officio Gretchen Dykstra, Commissioner, DCA .................... Ex-officio Nicholas Scoppetta, Commissioner, FDNY ............... Ex-officio Thomas R. Frieden, M.D., Commissioner, DOH ........ Ex-officio Eric A. Goldstein, (air specialist) 40 W. 20th St. New York, NY 10011 .............. March 5, 1997 Annette Zaner Ph.D., (noise specialist)

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75 Bank St., New York, NY 10014 ................... July 27, 1995 Jonathan A. Ballan (real estate specialist) 666 Third Ave., New York, NY 10017 ............. Nov. 24, 1997 Joseph A. Mazur, (general representative) 3050 Fairfield Ave., Bronx, NY 10463 ............ June 25, 1999 Two Vacancies New York City Water Board 59-17 Junction Blvd., 8th Fl., Flushing, NY 11373 Fax: (718) 595-3595 Executive Director--David B. Tweedy (718) 595-6576 Treasurer--William Kusterbeck (718) 595-3586 Deputy Treasurer--Carmelo Emilio (718) 595-3593 Secretary--Albert F. Moncure, Jr. (646) 458-1843 Board Members: Mark R. Hellerer, Esq., Chair, 1 Battery Park Plaza, 34th Floor, New York, NY 10004 Susan Millington Campbell, Esq., 1 Battery Park Plaza, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10004 Amaziah Howell, 499 Van Brunt St., Brooklyn, NY 11231 Leroy Carmichael, 1500 Waters Place, Administration Bldg. 2nd Floor, Bronx, NY 10461 Agustin Rivera, 300 Jay St., Room 310, Brooklyn, NY 11201 David B. Rosenauer, Esq., 200 Park Ave., 48th Floor, New York, NY 10166 James T. B. Tripp, 257 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10010

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES COMMISSION

253 Broadway, Rm. 301, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-8646; Fax: (212) 788-8652 Established in Chapter 36 of the New York City Charter, the Commission is an independent city agency composed of a Chair and four other members, all appointed for staggered four year terms. Members serve until a successor is appointed. Two members are appointed by the Mayor, and two by the City Council. The Chair is appointed jointly by the Mayor and the City Council Speaker. The Commission is responsible for monitoring the equal employment programs, practices, policies and procedures of all local government agencies that are funded in whole or in part by the city, or have a majority of board members who are appointed by the Mayor, or serve by virtue of being city officers. The Commission is authorized to conduct studies, investigations and hearings to determine whether agencies are in compliance

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with equal employment opportunity requirements. The Commission is required to audit the equal employment practices of all city agencies, as defined in Chapter 36, at least once every four years. It has the authority to compel the attendence of witnesses and administer oaths. The Commission is also empowered to make policy, legislative and budgetary recommendations to the Mayor, the City Council, or any other city agency to ensure equal employment opportunity.

Term Expires Members June 30 Chairperson, Vacant Frank R. Nicolazzi,Vice Chair .......................................... .2000 Angela Cabrera ................................................................. 2000 Manuel A.Méndez ............................................................. 1999 C. Catherine Rimokh, Esq. ............................................... 2003

Executive Director--Abraham May, Jr. (212) 788-8646 Deputy Director--Eric Matusewitch, PHR, CAAP (212) 788-8573

MAYOR'S OFFICE OF FILM, THEATRE AND BROADCASTING

1697 Broadway, 6th Fl., New York, NY 10019 (212) 489-6710 Fax: (212) 307-6237 NYC.gov/film The central development, marketing and service agency for all film, television and theatre productions and related facilities. Coordinates police and production assistance and issues a onestop permit for all shooting in the City. Katherine Oliver, Commissioner Deputy Commissioner-John Battista Director of Production-Dean McCann Director of Publicity and New Media-Julianne Cho

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

One Centre St., Room 500, New York, NY 10007 General Information (Out-of-State) (800) 813-9183 Real Estate/Tax Exemptions Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Business Tax Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Parking Violations Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Tax Forms (718) 935-6739 Credit Card Payment by Telephone (877) 769-2729

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TTY/TDD (Hearing Impaired) (718) 802-3535 NYC.gov/finance

Martha E. Stark, Commissioner of Finance. Appointed February 25, 2002. Salary $162,800. (212) 669-4855

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER Fax: (212) 669-2275 Press Fax: (212) 669-4461 First Deputy Commissioner-Rochelle Patricof (212) 669-2525 Special Assistant to the Commissioner-John McBride (212) 669-4868 Budget Director-Patricia Mattera (212) 669-4472 Sr. Director, Internal Audit, & Mgmt. AnalysisCarla Van De Walle (212) 669-4878 Director Pension Unit-Diane Bratcher (212) 669-2866 Sr. Advisor, Tax Lien Sale-Daniel Poinson (212) 669-4162 Equal Employment Opportunity Officer-Annie Long (212) 669-4488 BOROUGH PAYMENT & ADJUDICATION CENTERS Manhattan: 66 John St., , 2nd Flr, NY, NY 10039 Bronx: 1932 Arthur Avenue, Bronx, NY 10457 Brooklyn: 210 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Queens: 144-06 94th Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11435 Staten Island: 350 St. Marks Place, Staten Island, NY 10301 ADJUDICATIONS 66 John Street, 3rd Flr, New York, NY 10039 Fax: (212) 361-8233 Chief Administrative Law Judge-Laura Held (212) 361-8290 Commercial Adjudication Center Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK ADMINISTRATION DIVISION One Centre St., Rm. 1040, New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 669-2331 Assistant Commissioner-Corinne Dickey (212) 669-4570 Agency Chief Contracting Officer-Robert Schaffer (212) 669-4448 AUDIT DIVISION 345 Adams St., 10th Fl., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 403-4000 Fax: (718) 403-4092 Assistant Commissioner-Pauline Hyles (718) 403-4537 CITY REGISTER 66 John Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10039

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City Register-John Larivere (212) 361-7130 Surveyor-Vicente Villafane (212) 361-7504 COLLECTIONS AND DATA MANAGEMENT 210 Joralemon, 5th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Fax. (718) 802-4624 Assistant Commissioner-Michael Phillips (718) 802-4749 COMMUNICATIONS & CUSTOMER SERVICE 1 Centre Stree, Room 500, New York, NY 10007 Fax. (212) 669-2275 Assistant Commissioner-Sam Miller (212) 669-4763 Press Secretary-Roberto Roman (212) 669 2566 ENFORCEMENT DIVISION 345 Adams Street, 13th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Fax. (718) 403-3911 Assistant Commissioner-Bruce Kato Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Tax Evasion Hotline (718) 403-4310 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICES 345 Adams Street, 12th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 403-4210; Fax: (718) 403-3744 Assistant Commissioner-George Mark (718) 403-4200 INSPECTOR GENERAL 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Fl., New York, NY 10038 Inspector General-Vincent E. Green (212) 825-2468 LEGAL AFFAIRS 345 Adams St., 3rd Fl., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 403-3600 Fax: (718) 403-3650 Associate Commissioner-Devora Cohn (718) 403-3671 Records Access Officer­Gerald Koszer (718) 403-3644 PAYMENT OPERATIONS 25 Elm Place, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Fax: (718) 935-6894

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Assistant Commissioner-Leslie Zimmerman (718) 935-6002

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Senior Director, Borough Business Centers-Hector Carrington (718) 935-6521 PROPERTY DIVISION 66 John Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10039 Fax. (212) 361-7000 Assistant Commissioner-Linda Yancey (212) 361-7110 Deputy Assistant Commissioner-Robert Trapasso (212) 361-7127 Chief Assessor-Maurice Kellman (212) 361-7120 OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF 31 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 766-9666 Sheriff-Lindsay Eason (212) 788-8731 First Deputy Sheriff-Oscar Odom (212) 788-8776 OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS 253 Broadway, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10007 Fax. (212) 442-0346 Chief­Albert Stratton (917) 648-9973 TAX POLICY DIVISION 1 Centre Street, Room 506, New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 788-4144 Assistant Commissioner­Michael Hyman (212) 788-3798 TREASURY DIVISION 1 Centre Street, Room 727, New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 669-4656 Assistant Commissioner­Robert Y. Lee (212) 669-2746 Cash Bail Information (212) 669-2879

FINANCIAL INFORMATION SERVICES AGENCY

450 West 33rd Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10001 (212) 857-1000 Headed by a three member board appointed by the Mayor, one member recommended by the Mayor, one member recommended by the Comptroller and one member recommended by the other two members. FISA is a state of the art information technology services center with all the support facilities needed to provide City officials with Citywide financial and payroll information.

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FISA is responsible for information processing operations which support the business needs of those City agencies and personnel responsible for compiling and reporting on the City's centralized financial and payroll information. FISA provides secure access to information stored in the Financial Management System (FMS) and the Payroll Management System (PMS) to authorized City personnel responsible for the administration of the City's budget, accounting of City funds and the procurement of goods and services required by City agencies as well as payroll and personnel information for all the City's employees.

Robert W. Townsend, Executive Director. Salary $152,838. (212) 857-1200; Fax: (212) 857-1106

Administration Deputy Executive Director--Robert S. Fuchs (212) 857-1500 Information Technology Deputy Executive Director--James A. Festa (212) 857-1300 Information Systems Deputy Executive Director--Don Pascali (212) 857-1400 Legal Affairs General Counsel--Adrienne R. Edley (212) 857-1120

FIRE DEPARTMENT

Fire Calls and Emergencies--Dial 911 Communication Central Stations Emergency Numbers Bronx (718) 665-2200; (718) 999-3333 Brooklyn (718) 636-1700; (718) 999-4444 Manhattan (212) 628-2900; (212) 999-2222 Queens (718) 847-6600; (718) 999-5555 Staten Island (718) 727-1100: (718) 999-6666 Administration Main Office: 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 General Information (718) 999-2000 Fax: (718) 999-2582 NYC.gov/bravest

Nicholas Scoppetta, Fire Commissioner, 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201. Salary $162,800. Appointed January 1, 2002. The Fire Commissioner is also Chair, ex- officio, of the Board of Trustees of the Fire Department Pension Funds and the Fire Department Life Insurance Fund.

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(718) 999-2004 Deputy Fire Commissioner, Administration-Douglas White (718) 999-2007 Deputy Commissioner, Technology and Support ServicesMilton Fischberger (718) 999-2062 Deputy Commissioner, Intergovernmental AffairsDaniel Shacknai (718) 999-2013 Deputy Commissioner, Legal-David Clinton (718) 999-2016 Deputy Commissioner, Public InformationFrancis X. Gribbon (718) 999-2025 Chief of Staff-Michael Vecchi (718) 999-0345 Assistant Commissioner, Budget-Stephen Rush (718) 999-2022 Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Fire CommunicationsStephen M. Gregory (718) 999-1715 Assistant Commissioner, Buildings Maintenance DivisionJoseph Mastropietro (718) 784-6510 Assistant Commissioner, Office of Medical Affairs-John Clair (718) 999-2676 Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Technology/Data Systems-Donald Stanton (718) 999-1721 Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Fleet Maintenance and Technical Services- Thomas McDonald (718) 784-6558 Assistant Commissioner, Office of EEO-Paulette Lundy (718) 999-1446 Assistant Commissioner, Personnel-Sherry Ann Kavaler (718) 999-2165 Assistant Commissioner, Family Assistance UnitSerena Joyce (718) 999-2030 Executive Director, Fire & Life Safety-Stephan Hittmann, Ph.D. (718) 999-1043 Executive Assistant to the Fire Commissioner--Thomas Kelly (718) 999-2043 Executive Secretary to Fire Commissioner-Margie Fermaint (718) 999-2004 Inspector General--John P. McMahon (212) 825-2402 Deputy Inspector General-Vacant Office of Fire Commissioner, Office ManagerSusan M.Trimarche (718) 999-2709 CHIEF OF DEPARTMENT­Frank P. Cruthers (718) 999-2010 BUREAU OF OPERATIONS 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 24-Hour Notification (718) 999-2094 Chief of Operations-Salvatore Cassano (718) 999-2068

Fire Department

Manhattan Borough Command 100 Duane Street, 3rd Floor, NYC 10007 (212) 570-1518 Chief in Charge-Harold Meyers Brooklyn Borough Command 172 Tillary Street, Brooklyn 11201(718) 965-0434 Chief in Charge-Edward D. Kalletta

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Bronx Borough Command 3929 East Treamont Avenue, Bronx 10465 (718) 430-0210 Chief in Charge-Joseph J. Callan Queens Borough Command 135-16 38th Avenue, Flushing 11354 (718) 961-1616 Chief in Charge-Robert F. Sweeney Staten Island Borough Command 460 Brielle Avenue, Staten Island 10314 (718) 494-7370 Chief in Charge-John B. Casey EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE COMMAND 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2770 Chief in Charge, Bureau of E.M.S.-Robert A. McCracken (718) 999-2774 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND 750 Main St., Roosevelt IsIand, NY 10044 Chief in Charge­Michael Weinlein (212) 755-8684 SAFETY AND INSPECTION SERVICES 9 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Chief in Charge-Allen Hay (718) 999-2245 MARINE DIVISION Brooklyn Navy Yard, Bldg. #292, Brooklyn, NY 11205 (718) 722-3404 Chief in Charge-William A. Siegel FIRE & LIFE SAFETY 9 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-1043 Executive Director-Stephan Hittmann, Ph.D. DIVISION OF TRAINING Randall's Island, NY 10035 (212) 860-9220 Chief in Charge-Nicholas J. Santangelo

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DIVISION OF EMS TRAINING Fort Totten, New York 11359 (718) 352-7001 Chief in Charge-John McFarland

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BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION 9 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201(718) 999-2007 Deputy Commissioner-Douglas White OFFICE OF EEO 9 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-1446 Assistant Commissioner-Paulette Lundy FAMILY ASSISTANCE UNIT 9 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2030 Assistant Commissioner-Serena Joyce BUREAU OF FIRE COMMUNICATIONS 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-1715 Assistant Commissioner-Stephen M. Gregory BUREAU OF TECHNOLOGY & SUPPORT SERVICES 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2062 Assistant Commissioner-Milton Fischberger BUREAU OF FLEET MAINTENANCE AND TECHNICAL SERVICES 48-67 34th St., L.I. City, NY 11101 (718) 784-6565 Assistant Commissioner-Thomas McDonald BUILDINGS MAINTENANCE DIVISION 48-34 35th St., L.I. City, NY 11101 (718) 784-6510 Director-Joseph Mastropietro BUREAU OF TECHNOLOGY/SYSTEMS 9 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-1721 Assistant Commissioner-Donald Stanton OFFICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION 9 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2025 Deputy Commissioner-Francis X. Gribbon FORENSIC UNIT 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2098 INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 9 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2013 Deputy Commissioner-Daniel Shacknai OFFICE OF MEDICAL AFFAIRS 9 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2676 Assistant Commissioner-John Clair

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BUREAU OF FIRE PREVENTION 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2542 Complaints (718) 999-2541 Chief in Charge-Stanley Dawe (718) 999-2386 Assistant Chief-Ronald Spadafora (718) 999-2384 Assistant Commissioner-Kay Woods Ellis (718) 999-2422 District Organization Inspection ManagerLaura C. Squassoni (718) 999-2457 BUREAU OF PERSONNEL RESOURCES 9 Metrotech Center, 6th Fl., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2161/2165 Assistant Commissioner of Personnel-Sherry Ann Kavaler (718) 999-2165 Chief of Uniform Personnel-Edward Moriarty (718) 999-2161 BUDGET & FINANCE 9 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2022 Assistant Commissioner-Stephen Rush BUREAU OF FISCAL SERVICES 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2274 Director­Robert L. Scott (718) 999-2273 BUREAU OF BUDGET SERVICES 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2310 Director-Fred Novello (718) 999-2310

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OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS AND PLANNING 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Director-Andrea Allocca (718) 999-2811 Chief Compliance Officer-Frank Buccellato (718) 999-2033 BUREAU OF HEALTH SERVICES 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-1917 Chief Medical Officer-Kerry Kelly,M.D. (718) 999-1933 Director­Mary T. McLaughlin (718) 999-1940 BUREAU OF FIRE INVESTIGATION 9 Metrotech Center, 8th Fl., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2117 Arson Hot Line (718) 722-3600 Chief Fire Marshal­Louis Garcia (718) 999-2117 OFFICE OF LABOR RELATIONS 9 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-2549 Director-Lillian Rivera-Inzerillo (718) 999-2549 BUREAU OF LEGAL AFFAIRS

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9 MetroTech Center, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, New York 11201 (718) 999-2040 Counsel to the Department-Julian Bazel (718) 999-0294 Records Access Officer-Alexandra Fisher ( 718) 999-2040 BUREAU OF INVESTIGATIONS AND TRIALS 9 Metrotech Center, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, New York 11201 Assistant Commissioner-James J. Drury (718) 999-2646

FIRE DEPARTMENT PENSION FUND AND RELATED FUNDS

9 Metrotech Center, 2nd Fl., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 999-1951 Regular meetings held monthly. Annual meeting in September. Christine Lee, Director of Operations

The Board of Trustees: Nicholas Scoppetta, Fire Commissioner, Chair (718) 999-2004 William C. Thompson, Jr., Comptroller (212) 669-2020 Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor (212) 788-2990 Martha E. Stark, Commissioner of Finance (212) 669-4859 Stephen Cassidy, U.F.A., 1st Vice Chair (212) 545-6976 James Slevin, U.F.A., Secretary (212) 545-6978 Kevin McAdams, U.F.A. (212) 545-6964 Robert Straub, Chair, U.F.A. (212) 545-6971 Arthur J. Parrinello, U.F.O.A., 2nd Vice Chair, U.F.A. (212) 293-9300 John Dunne, U.F.O.A., Capts.' Representative (212) 293-9300 Stephen J. Carbone, U.F.O.A., Lieuts.' Representative (212) 293-9300 John Buhler, Representative Uniformed Pilots & Marine Engineer Assoc. (718) 722-3413

The Medical Board of the Fire Department Pension Fund Subchapter 2 Appointed Francis A. Pflum, M.D., Chair, NY 10011.............Mar. 2, 1987 Arthur E. Helft, M.D., NY 10003...........................Dec. 6, 1995 Anthony Blau, M.D.........................................................Interim

NEW YORK CITY FIRE MUSEUM

278 Spring St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 691-1303; Fax: (212) 924-0430 Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.

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Explore firefighting history from colonial times to the present in a renovated 1904 firehouse. Director--Joann Kay

NYC HEALTH AND HOSPITALS CORPORATION

125 Worth St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-3321 Fax: (212) 788-0040 NYC.gov/hhc A public benefit Corporation created by State Legislature, July 1, 1970, to operate the City's municipal hospitals. Operates facilities in all five boroughs, providing general, chronic, ambulatory and skilled nursing care and a wide variety of specialized patient care services. All employees are public employees. Each hospital has: an Executive Director, a Medical Board which, with Board of Directors' approval, develops by-laws, rules and regulations for the hospital's organization and government; and a Community Advisory Board (composed of representatives of the community the hospital serves). Board of Directors Composed of sixteen Directors including, ex-officio, the Health Services Administrator who serves as Chair, the Deputy Mayor for Operations, the Commissioner of Health and Mental Hygiene, Commissioner/Administrator of the Human Resources Administration and the Director of Community Mental Health Services. The Mayor appoints ten Directors, five of whom are designated by the City Council. The remaining Director is Chief Executive Officer and President of the Corporation. Directors elect the Vice Chair from among themselves. Board Members are appointed for a term of five (5) years. Directors receive no compensation but are reimbursed for actual and necessary expenses.

Board of Directors Term Expires Richard T. Roberts, Chairman of the Board, NYCHHC, 125 Worth Street, Room 519, New York, NY, 10013 (212) 788-3359 .....................................................Ex Officio Edward J. Rappa, Vice Chair, Board of Directors NYCHHC, RW Pressprich & Co., Inc., 780 Third Avenue, 5th Floor New York, NY 10017......................................Mar. 20, 2004 Benjamin K. Chu, M.D., President, NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation, 125 Worth Street, Room 514, New York,

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NY 10013. Chosen by the Board of Directors and serves at their pleasure. Appointed January 31, 2002 ..... Ex Officio Marc V. Shaw, Deputy Mayor for Operations, City Of New York, City Hall, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-3137......................................................Ex-officio Thomas R. Frieden, M.D. Commissioner, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 125 Worth Street, Room 331, New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-5261. .................. Ex-officio Lloyd I. Sederer, M.D., Director, Community Mental Health Services, Executive Deputy Commissioner, Division of Mental Hygiene, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 93 Worth Street, Room 410, New York, NY 10013 (212)219-5400 ....................................................... Ex-officio Verna Eggleston, Commissioner/Administrator, Human Resources Administration,180 Water St., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-6000............................................Ex-officio Mark M. Appel, Executive Director, CHAPS Organization, 1894 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11210..Mar. 20, 2002 Ruth Bloom, M.A. c/o Standard Exterminating Co, Inc., 25-80 Steinway Street, L.I.C., NY 11103........Mar. 20, 1995 Bruce J. Teitelbaum, 5 Times Square, 24th Fl. New York, NY 10037 .............................................................. Mar. 20, 2006 Rev. Diane E. Lacey-Winley, P.O. Box 445, New York, NY, 10037 ...................................Mar. 20, 1999 Edwin Mendez-Santiago, MSW, CSW, Commissioner New York City Department for the Aging,2 Lafayette Street 7th Floor, New York, NY 10007.......................Mar. 20,1993 Daniel D. Ricciardi, M.D., 100 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201...................................Mar. 20,2005 Bernard Rosen, Financial Consultant, Metropolitan Transit Authority, 347 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10017........................................................Mar. 20, 2003 Theodore J. Strange, M.D., 68 Sequine Avenue, S.I., New York, 10309 ... Mar. 20, 2001 Board Office 125 Worth Street, Rm. 519, New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-3359 Fax: (212) 941-2161 Secretary to the Board of Directors and General CounselAlan D. Aviles, Esq. (212) 788-3300 Chief of Staff-Mary E. Medina (212) 788-3365 Secretary to the Corporation and Records Access OfficerPatricia Lockhart (212) 788-3368 Office of the President 125 Worth St., Rm. 514, New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-3321 Fax: (212) 788-0040 President­Benjamin K. Chu, M.D. (212) 788-3321

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Inspector General-Barry Friedman (212) 676-0942 Chief of Staff-Deborah Cates (212) 788-3330 Office of Legal Affairs 125 Worth St., Rm. 527, New York, NY 10013 Fax: (212) 295-5647 General Counsel-Alan D. Aviles, Esq. (212) 788-3300 Office of Communications and Marketing 125 Worth St., Rm. 510, New York, NY 10013 Fax: (212) 788-3386 Corporate Director of Communications and Marketing-Kate McGrath (212) 788-3386 Operations 125 Worth St., Rm. 502, New York, NY 10013 Fax: (212) 788-5483 Senior Vice President­Frank J. Cirillo (212) 788-3669 Division of Finance and Capital 125 Worth St., Rm. 512, New York NY 10013 Fax: (212) 788-9708 Senior Vice President-Rick Langfelder (212) 788-3494 Division of Medical and Professional Affairs 125 Worth St., Rm. 507, New York, NY 10013 Fax: (212) 788-3661 Senior Vice President-Van Dunn, M.D. (212) 788-3648 Division of Corporate Planning, Community Health & Intergovernmental Relations 125 Worth St., Rm. 513, New York, NY 10013 Fax: (212) 788-5439 Senior Vice President-LaRay Brown (212) 788-3449 Information Technology Services 125 Worth Street, Rm. 503, New York, NY 10013 Fax: (212) 788-3446 Corporate Chief Information Officer-Frances Pandolfi (212) 788-3439 Personnel Review Board 346 Broadway, Rm. 1128, New York, NY 10013 Chair­Arnold N. Kriss, Esq. (212) 442-4103

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HOSPITALS AND INSTITUTIONS UNDER JURISDICTION OF NYC HEALTH AND HOSPITALS CORPORATION Central Brooklyn Health Network

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Senior Vice President- Jean Leon (718) 245-3901 Kings County Hospital Center, 451 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn, NY11203 Jean Leon, Executive Director (718) 245-3901 East New York Diagnostic and Treatment Center, 2094 Pitkin Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11207 (718) 240-0400 Dr. Susan Smith McKinney Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 594 Albany Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11203 (718) 245-7000 Generations /Northern Manhattan Health Network Senior Vice President­Jose R. Sanchez (718) 579-5701 Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, 234 East 149th St., Bronx, NY 10451, Executive Director­Jose R. Sanchez (718) 579-5701 Metropolitan Hospital Center, 1901 First Ave., New York, NY 10029, Executive Director-Louis Martir (212) 423-8993 Morrisania Diagnostic & Treatment Center, 1225 Gerard Ave.,Bronx, NY 10452 (718) 960-2777 Segundo Ruiz Belvis Diagnostic & Treatment Center, 545 E. 142nd St., Bronx, NY 10454 (718) 579-4000 Harlem Hospital Center, 506 Lenox Ave., New York, NY 10037, Executive Director-John M. Palmer, Ph.D. (212) 939-1340 Renaissance Health Care Network Diagnostic & Treatment Center, 215 West 125th St., New York, NY 10027 (212) 932-6500 North Bronx Healthcare Network Senior Vice President­Joseph S. Orlando (718) 918-8141 Jacobi Medical Center, 1400 Pelham Parkway South, Bronx, NY 10461, Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Executive Director­Joseph S. Orlando (718) 918-8141 North Central Bronx Hospital, 3424 Kossuth Avenue, Bronx, NY 10467, Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Executive Director­Arthur Wagner (718) 918-4648 North Brooklyn Health Network Senior Vice President­Lynda D. Curtis (718) 963-8101 Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center, 760 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11206, Executive Director­Lynda D. Curtis (718) 963-8101 Cumberland Diagnostic and Treatment Center, 100 North Portland Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205 (718) 260-7500 Queens Health Network Senior Vice President-Pete Velez (718) 334-1141 Elmhurst Hospital Center, 79-01 Broadway, Elmhurst, NY 11373 Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK

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Executive Director-Pete Velez (718) 334-1141 Queens Hospital Center, 82-68 164th St., Jamaica, NY 11432, Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Executive Director-Antonio Martin (718) 883-2350 South Manhattan Healthcare Network Senior Vice President­Carlos F. Perez (212) 562-4132 Bellevue Hospital Center, 27th St., and First Ave., New York, NY 10016, Executive Director-Carlos F. Perez (212) 562-4132 Coler-Goldwater Specialty Hospital and Nursing Facility, Roosevelt Island, New York, NY 10044, Executive Director-Claude Ritman (212) 318-4353 Gouverneur Healthcare Services, 227 Madison St., New York, NY 10002, Executive Director-Claude Ritman (212) 238-7632 Southern Brooklyn/Staten Island Health Network Senior Vice President-William P. Walsh (718) 616-4100 Coney Island Hospital, 2601 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11235 Executive Director-William P. Walsh (718) 616-4100 Sea View Hospital, Rehabilitation Center and Home, 460 Brielle Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 317-3000 MetroPlus Health Plan, Inc. 11 West 42nd St., New York, NY 10110 Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Executive Director-Barbara Radin (212) 597-8662 HHC Health & Home Care 230 West 41st St., New York, NY 10036 Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Executive Director-Meryl Weinberg (212) 302-5622 OPERATED UNDER CONTRACT BY THE NYC HEALTH & HOSPITALS CORPORATION Correctional Health Services 125 Worth Street, Rm. 930, New York, NY 10013 Executive Director-Ernesto Marrero, Jr., (212) 788-4888 Child Health Services 346 Broadway, Rm. 1136 New York, N.Y. 10013 (212) 442-4065 Assistant Vice President­Marie B. Casalino, M.D., M.P.H.

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Oral Health Programs And Policy 299 Broadway, 5th Fl., New York, N.Y. 10007 (212) 978-5540 Senior Director-D. Mercedes Franklin, D.M.D., M.P.H.

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City Mortuaries Manhattan-Bellevue Hospital Center, 27th St. and First Ave., New York, NY 10016, Pedro Serrano (212) 562-3051, (212) 562-7602 Bronx-Jacobi Medical Center, 1400 Pelham Parkway, Bronx, NY 10461, Robert Mannino (718) 918-4820 Brooklyn-Kings County Hospital Center, 451 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11203, Peter Maretinelli (718) 245-5311 Queens-Queens Hospital Center, 82-68 164th St., Jamaica, NY 11432 Donna Wilson-Chae (718) 883-3865 Staten Island-Sea View Hospital, Rehabilitation Center and Home, 460 Brielle Ave., Staten Island, NY 10314, Gail A. Johnson (718) 317-3555

THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

(Department of Health and Mental Hygiene) 125 Worth St., New York, NY 10013 General Information & Complaints 1-877- 692-3647 Public Affairs & Press Inquiries (212) 788-5290; Vital Records (Birth & Death certificate information) (212) 788-4520 NYC.gov/health

Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 22 of the New York City Charter as amended in 2001, the Department reflects the merger of the New York City Department of Health and the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Alcoholism Services. The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's mission is to preserve and promote the health, and mental health of all New Yorkers, and to promote the realization of full potential of those with disabling conditions. The department achieves this mission through a) ongoing assessment of the health status of the community, b) formulating policies and implementing programs to promote the public's health, and c) ensuring access to services by providing direct public health services or facilitating access to health care and ancillary services.

Members Of The Board Of Healh Term Expires Thomas R. Frieden, M.D., M.P.H., Chair, Commissioner of Health and Mental Hygiene ................................ Ex Officio Pamela S. Brier, M. P. H. .................................................. 2004 Angela Diaz, M. D. ............................................................ 2008 Susan Klitzman, Dr. P. H. ................................................. 2008 Beatrix A. Hamburg, M. D. ................................................ 2006 Lynne D. Richardson, M. D., F.A.C.E.P. ........................... 2006 Bruce C. Vladeck, Ph. D. .................................................. 2008

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Benjamin K. Chu, M. D., M.P.H., F.A.C. P. ....................... 2006 Sixto R. Caro, M. D. .......................................................... 2004 David Vlahov, Ph. D. ......................................................... 2004 Kenneth Popler, Ph.D., M. B. A. ................................ Ex-officio Thomas R. Frieden, M.D., M.P.H., Commissioner of Health. Appointed January 29, 2002 Salary $162,800 (212) 788-5261 Chief of Staff­Louise Cohen, M.P.H. (212) 788-5336 Inspector General for the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene­Sam Amorese, 80 Maiden Lane, NY 10038 (212) 825-2141 DIVISION OF MENTAL HYGIENE 93 Worth Street, New York, NY 10013 (212) 219-5400 Responsible under the City Charter and the State Mental Hygiene law for the planning, contracting, monitoring, and evaluation of all local mental health, mental retardation and alcoholism services in New York City. Administers over 922 programs through 265 contracts with more than 200 voluntary agencies, 14 municipal hospitals, the City's correctional facilities, Family and Criminal Courts and the Human Resources Administration. The Community Services board is composed of 15 members. Disability services subcommittees are composed of a minimum of 9 members each, 3 of whom must be members of the board. All appointments are made by the Mayor. Vacancies filled for unexpired terms. No salary. Executive Deputy Commissioner-Lloyd I. Sederer, M. D. (212) 219-5400 Special Assistant to Executive Deputy CommissionerJoshua Rubin (212) 219-5602 Chief Medical Officer- Hunter McQuistion, M. D. (212) 219-5562 Medical Director-Myla Harrison, M. D. (212) 219-5701 Deputy Commissioner, Mental Health & Program ServicesElsie del Campo (212) 219-5557 Deputy Commissioner, Mental Hygiene Promotion and Chemical Dependency­Martha Adams Sullivan, D.S.W. (212) 219-5393 Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Planning, Evaluation,& Quality Improvement ­Jane Plapinger, M.P.H. (212) 2195471 Assistant Commissioner, Management Services-Peter Koehler (212) 219-5533 Assistant Commissioner, Crisis Intervention Services­ Isaac Monserrate (212) 219-5604 Assistant Commissioner, Program Review and Evaluation­ Lily Tom, D.S.W. (212) 219-5617

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General Counsel­William Martin, Esq., (212) 219-5372 Mental Health and Program Services Division Assistant Commissioner, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services-Louis Josephson, Ph.D (212) 219-5363 Assistant Commissioner, Office of Forensic ServicesPatricia Brown (212) 219-5182 Director, Office of Project Liberty-Trish Marsik, 770 Broadway, Room 237, New York, NY 10003 (646) 495-6290 BOROUGH MENTAL HEALTH OFFICES Assistant Commissioner-Dimitra Risueño, Ph. D., Brooklyn and Staten Island-16 Court Street, Suite 610, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-4620 Assistant Commissioner-Vacant, Bronx and Queens93 Worth Street, Rm. 603, New York, NY 10013 (212) 219-5514 Assistant Commissioner-Peter McGarry, Manhattan, 49-51 Chambers Street, Rm. 720, New York, NY 10007 (212) 442-5000 Early Intervention & Mental Retardation/ Developmental Disabilities Division Acting Senior Director, Early Intervention-Anne Oppenheimer (212) 219-5580 Associate Commissioner, Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities-Charles Browning (212) 219-5212 Mental Hygiene Promotion & Chemical Dependency Services Senior Services, Grant Development (212) 219-5393 Assistant Commissioner for Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services-Vacant (212) 219-5388 Director, Office of Training & Development-Ivan Quervalu, Ph.D. (212) 219-5380 Community Services Board (unsalaried) Kenneth Popler, Ph.D., M.B.A., Chair, 669 Castleton Ave., S.I., NY 10301 James T. Curran, 899 Tenth Ave., N.Y., N.Y. 10019 Susan M. Essock, Ph.D., 1 Gustave L. Levy Place, N.Y., NY 10029 David Gibson, C.S.W., CASAC, 197 East Broadway, N.Y., NY 10002 Wanda Greene, 1503 Walton Ave. Apt B, Bronx, N.Y. 10452 Patricia Garlick-Lee, Hollis, N.Y. 11423 Phillip H. Levy, Ph.D., 460 W. 34th Street, 11th Floor, NY., N.Y. 10001 Anthony Taiwai Ng, M.D., 141 5th Av., 3rd Floor,

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N.Y., N.Y. 10010 Jim Normandy, D.S.W., 184-10 Jamaica Avenue, Hollis, N.Y. 11423 Jane F. Velez, 10 Astor Place, 7th Fl., NY, NY 10003 Laura Parsons, 166 Duane Street, PHB, N.Y.,N.Y. 10013 Mary D. Redd, 41-36 27th Street, Astoria, N.Y. 11101 Jody Silver, 666 Broadway, 3rd Floor, N.Y., N.Y 10012 Giselle Stopler, 666 Broadway, N.Y., N.Y. 10012 Linda Wilson, Board Member, 930 Willowbrook Rd., Bldg 41A, S.I., N.Y. 10314 DIVISION OF DISEASE CONTROL Deputy Commissioner-Isaac Weisfuse, M. D., M. P. H. (212) 788-4711 Assistant Commissioner-Division Management-Kevin Mahoney, M.S.W. (212) 788-4721 Bureau of Communicable Diseases Assistant Commissioner, Communicable DiseasesMarcelle Layton, M. D. 125 Worth Street, Rm 300, New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-9830 Director, Surveillance-Don Weiss, M. D., M. P. H. (212) 442-5398 Director, Bioterrorism-Joel Ackelsberg, M. D. (212) 442-9068 Bureau of HIV/AIDS Surveillance, Services and Research Assistant Commissioner, HIV/AIDS-Majorie Hill, Ph. D., 40 Worth Street, 15th Flr., New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-3686 Director, HIV Prevention-Maria Favuzzi, 40 Worth Street, 15th Flr., New York , NY 10013 (212) 788-4321 Director, Ryan White Care Services-JoAnn Hilger 40 Worth Street, 15th Flr., New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-4904 Director, HIV Prevention Planning Unit-Bill Stackhouse, Ph.D., 40 Worth Street, 15th Flr., New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-4180 Director, HIV Training Institute-Susan Rhodes 225 Broadway, 23rd Flr. CNA/2, New York, NY 10007 (212) 693-0774 Surveillance and Epidemiology-Lucia Torian, Ph. D. (212) 442-3421 Bureau of Emergency Management Assistant Commissioner, Emergency Management-Scot Phelps 125 Worth Street, Rm 326, New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-4725 Bureau of Vaccine Preventable Diseases Assistant Commissioner, Immunization-Stephen Freidman, M. D., M.P.H. 2 Lafayette Street, 19th Fl., New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-2259

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Medical Director-Jane Zucker M. D. (212) 676-2248 Director, Citywide Immunization Registry-Amy Metroka (212) 676-2323 Public Health Laboratories Assistant Commissioner-Sara T. Beatrice, Ph.D. 455 First Avenue, 12th Fl., New York, NY 10016 (212) 447-2578 Deputy Assistant Commissioner-Peter F. Backman (212) 447-2594 Director, Microbiology-George Williams, M. S. (212) 447-6786 Director, Virology & Immunology-Iqbal Poshni, Ph. D. (212) 447-6220 Acting Director, Retrovirology & ImmunobiologyAmado Punsalang (212) 447-2864 Director, Environmental Sciences & Toxicology-Michael Heller, Ph. D. (212) 447-2695/6 Director, Bioterrorism-William Oleszko, Ph.D., (212) 447-2864 Director, Bioterrorism Response Laboratory-Elliot Rank, Ph.D., (212) 447-1045 Bureau of STD Prevention and Control Assistant Commissioner, STD Control-Susan Blank, M. D., M. P. H. 125 Worth Street, Rm 207, New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-4423 Deputy Director-Steve Rubin (212) 788-4413 Director, Education & Training-Robin Recant, M. D. (212) 788-4434 Director, Epidemiological Research-Julia Schillinger, M. D. (212) 788-4420 Bureau of Tuberculosis Control Assistant Commissioner-Sonal Munsiff, M. D. 125 Worth Street, Rm 214, New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-4152 Director, Surveillance Unit, Fabienne Laraque, M. D. (212) 788-9746 Director, Epidemiology Unit-Cynthia Driver (212) 442-9782 Director, Medical Affairs Unit-Crispin Kambili, M. D. (212) 442-9940 Director, Education Training Unit-Dara Shapiro (212) 442-9976 DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Deputy Commissioner-Gregory M. Carmichael, Ph. D., M. B. A. (212) 788-4646 Assistant Commissioner, Division ManagementAllan H. Goldberg (212) 788-4646 Bureau of Environmental Sciences & Engineering Associate Commissioner, Bureau Management/PHE­ Kelly R. McKinney, P. E. 2 Lafayette St, 11th Floor,

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New York, NY 10007 (212) 442-5222 Assistant Commissioner, CHI-Jeanine Prud'homme, 2 Lafayette St, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-1504 Director, Radiological Health-Gene Miskin, M. S., 2 Lafayette St, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-1552 Director, Environmental Investigations-William J. Wallace, M. S., 346 Broadway, 7th Fl, New York, NY 10013 (212) 442-3372 Bureau of Environmental Disease Prevention Assistant Commissioner-Jessica Leighton, Ph. D. (212) 676-6323 Director, Lead Poisoning Prevention Program-Deborah Nagin, M. P. H., 253 Broadway, 11th Fl, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-6105 Director, Environmental & Occupational Disease Epidemiology- Jim E. Cone, M. D., M. P. H., 253 Broadway, 11th Fl, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-4290 Bureau of Veterinary & Pest Control Services Assistant Commissioner-James H. Gibson, M. P. H (212) 442-5238 Director, Veterinary Public Health-Linda Hall-Vassall 40 Worth St, 15th Fl, New York, NY 10013 (212) 676-2120 Director, Pest Control-Martin Spar 12-26 31st Ave, Astoria, Queens 11106 (718) 956-7103/4 Director, Vector Control­Waheed I. Bajwa, Ph. D. 2 Lafayette St, 14th Fl, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-2018 Reports of Animal Bites or Reports on Animal Threatening or Menacing (212) 676-2483 New York City Dog Licensing Program Information Number (212) 676-2100 Bureau of Food Safety and Community Sanitation Assistant Commissioner­Elliott S. Marcus, M. S. W. 253 Broadway, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-6105 Executive Director, Food Safety & Community SanitationRobert Edman 253 Broadway, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-1600 Director, Program Planning & Policy-Michelle Robinson 253 Broadway, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-6105 Director, Customer Service & Window Falls Prevention Program-Marina Politis 253 Broadway, 6th Fl, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-1600 Director, Mobile Food Vending Inspections-Joseph Caleb 253 Broadway, 12th Fl, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-1600 Director, Community Sanitation-Kathleen Nolan

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253 Broadway, 6th Fl, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-1600 Director, Compliance & Code EnforcementJames K. Middleton 253 Broadway, 12th Fl, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-1600 Director, Food Service Establishment InspectionsJohn Santalesa 253 Broadway, 12th Fl, New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-1600 Health Academy Director, Health Academy-Vernon Outar 160 W. 100th St, Rm 109, New York, NY 10026 (212) 280-9213 Poison Control Director, Poison Control Center-Robert Hoffman, M. D. 455 1st Ave, Rm 123, New York, NY 10016 Dial (212) POISONS or (212) 447-8152/3 DIVISION OF EPIDEMIOLOGY Deputy Commissioner -Vacant Assistant Commissioner, Epidemiology Services­ Farzard Mostashari, M. D. (212) 788-5384 Assistant Commissioner, Injury EpidemiologySusan Wilt, Dr., P. H. (212) 788-4471 Assistant Commissioner, Public Health TrainingAndrea Lyman, M. D. (212) 341-3957 Assistant Commissioner, Surveillance-Pauline Thomas, M. D. (212) 788-4398 Bureau of Vital Statistics/Vital Records Assistant Commissioner-Steven Schwartz, Ph. D. (212) 788-4575 Director, Vital Records-Rosalyn R. Williams (212) 788-4500 DIVISION OF HEALTH CARE ACCESS AND IMPROVEMENT 161 William Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-5711; Fax: (212) 788-5656 Health Care Access (HCAI) is responsible for the implementation of the statewide Medicaid managed care program in New York City. HCAI contracts with qualified managed care organizations (MCOs) to provide health care services for Medicaid beneficiaries, and monitors MCO performance related to contract standards. HCAI is the City's primary liaison to the NYS Department of Health regarding statewide Medicaid managed care policy, the selection process for qualification of managed care contractors, and implementation of the section 1115 waiver Partnership Plan. Deputy Commissioner-James Capoziello (212) 788-5711

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Medicaid Managed Care and Professional Services Assistant Commissioner-Joyce Weinstein 161 William Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-5680 Director, Continuing Medical Education-Katherine Kaye, M. D., 161 William Street, 5th Fl. New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-5674 Director, Continuing Nursing Education-Geraldine Shaw, RN, MA Health Research Training Program, 161 William Street, 5th Fl, NY 10038 (212) 227-8885 Director, Quality Improvement-Vivian Moore-Brown, 161 William Street, 6th Fl, New York NY 10038 (212) 788-5789 Counsel, Division of Health Care Access and Improvement Counsel-Vivian Toan 161 William Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-5533 Bureau of Administrative Services Executive Director, Alison O. Jordan, 161 William Street, 5th Fl, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-5668 Director, Data Analysis & Reporting (DAR)-Claire Moise, 161 William Street, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-5709 Bureau of Contracted Primary Health Care Services Medical Director-Farah Parvez, M. D., M. P. H., 161 William Street, 6th Fl, New York, NY 10038 (212) 442-8562 Bureau of Health Insurance Services Director-Linda Barr Gale 161 William Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-5513 Director-Children with Special Health Care NeedsEdwina Nelbett, 161 William Street, New York, NY 10038 (212) 788-5511 Bureau of Oral Health Director, Medical Affairs-D. Mercedes Franklin, D. M. D., M. H. P. 299 Broadway, Suite 500, New York, NY 10007 (212) 978-5540 DIVISION OF HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION Deputy Commissioner, Mary Travis Bassett, M. D., M. P. H. (212) 788-5323 Director of Administration, Division ManagementPamela Johnston (212) 788-4943 Assistant Commissioner, Chronic Disease,-Colin McCord, M. D., 2 Lafayette Street, 20th Fl., New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-2135 Assistant Commissioner, Tobacco Control, Nancy Miller, P.H. D., 2 Lafayette Street, 20th Fl., New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-2159

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Assistant Commissioner, School Health-Roger Platt M.D., 2 Lafayette Street, 22nd Fl., New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-2478 Bureau of Community HealthWorks Associate Commissioner-Andrew Goodman, M. D., 40 Worth Street, Rm 1607, New York, NY 10013 (212) 341-9810 Director, Asthma Initiative-Lorna Davis, 40 Worth Street, Rm 1607, New York, NY 10013 (212) 788-4703 Bureau of Maternal Infant & Reproductive Health Assistant Commissioner-Deborah Kaplan 2 Lafayette Street, 18th Fl., New York, NY 10007 (212) 442-1740 Bureau of Day Care Director, Daycare-Don Nolte, 2 Lafayette Street, 22nd Fl., New York, NY 10007 (212) 676-2433 Director, Minority Health Program-Victor Hunter (212) 676-2900 DIVISION OF FINANCIAL AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Deputy Commissioner, Andrew Rein (212) 788-5347 Bureau of Policy, Planning, Quality and Development Director, Policy and Planning-Mario Merlino (212) 788-5350 Director, Economic Analysis-Carol Rapaport (212) 788-5344 Director, Development-Curtis Houlihan (212) 788-4485 Director, Grants-Wilmer Ortiz (212) 788-4772 Bureau of Finance Associate Commissioner-Richard R. Naeder (212) 788-5086 Director, Budget Administration-Ginnie Wood (212) 788-5077 Director, Fiscal Management-Joseph Novick (212) 788-5047 Director, Revenue-Ginnie Wood (212) 788-5247/8 Director, Administrative Tribunal (Finance)-JoAnn Yarde (212) 361-1017 Director, Financial Systems-Cedric Curry (212) 788-4778 Bureau of Communications Associate Commissioner-Sandra Mullin (212) 788-5290 Director, Community Relations-Jessica Morris (212) 788-4738 Director, Health Media & Marketing Group-Jeffrey Escoffier (212) 788-4975 Bureau of Information Technology Associate Commissioner-Edward Carubis (212) 788-5180 Assistant Commissioner, Business Systems Improvement-

Health, Department of Public

Charles C. Troob, 346 Broadway, New York, NY 10013 (212) 442-8436

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OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL FOR HEALTH General Counsel-Wilfredo Lopez, Esq. (212) 788-5025 Deputy General Counsel-Roslyn Windholz (212) 788-5005 Secretary to the Department, the Board of Health & Records Access Officer-Rena S. Bryant (212) 788-5010 Administrative Tribunal, Director (Adjudications)Miguel Gonzalez 66 John Street, 11th Floor, NY 10038 (212) 361-1099 Director, Employment Law Unit-Rose Tessler-Handler 2 Lafayette Street, NY 10007 (212) 676-2400 Institutional Review Board, Chair--Vacantr (212) 788-4483 Director, Publications, Institutional Review Board--Diane Maresco Institutional Review Board 455 First Avenue, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10016 (212) 447-2981 Director, Publications-Diane Maresco Director, Public Health Library-Kristine Alpi Director, HIV Resource Library-Lilleth Newby OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL FOR MENTAL HYGIENE General Counsel-William Martin, MA, JD. 93 Worth St., Rm. 904 (212) 219-5372 Director, Intergovernmental Affairs-Fran Paris (212) 788-5281 DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Deputy Commissioner-Scottie Owings-Leaks (212) 788-5265 Agency Chief Contracting Officer (ACCO)-Patricia Thomas (212) 219-5895 Chief, Procurement-E. Barry Dwyer (212) 788-4667 Director, Call Center-Pamela Harmon, 40 Worth Street, 16th Fl., New York, NY 10013 (917) 438-9766 Bureau of Human Resources Associate Commissioner-Carlos Fortuno (212) 788-4782 Assistant Commissioner-Andrea J. Flateau (212) 676-2664 Director, Labor Relations-Robert Bohack (212) 788-5227 Director, Personnel Services-Mofeeda Ahmed (212) 788-4788 Director, Employee Health & Safety -Valerie Porter (212) 788-5307

NAMES

Bureau of Operations Assistant Commissioner-James Durrah (212) 788-5300

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Director, Materials Management-Thomas Andrews 520 Kingsland Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11212 (718) 349-2166/7/8 Director, Office & Customer Services-Sheila Benjamin (212) 788-5067 Director, Transportation-Richard Bell 37-50 57th St., Woodside, New York 11377 (718) 533-7091 Director, Security-Thomas Breuers (212) 676-2205 Director, Graphics-Bruce Krueger (212) 788-5216 Director, Reproduction-Nicholas Monello (212) 788-4985/6 Bureau of Facilities Management Assistant Commissioner-Vacant (212) 788-5298 Director, Repair & Maintenance (Laboratories)-George Caracoti (212) 447-2941 Bureau of Design Facilities Director, Joseph Russo (212) 676-2200 Architecture & Engineering (212) 676-2200 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Executive Director-Vacant, 253 Broadway, Rm. 402, New York, NY 10007 (212) 442-6944 Referral Numbers (*Outside of New York City call 212-NEW-YORK) DPH General Information Line .......................... (877) 692-3647 AIDS Hotline ..................................................... (877) 692-3647 TDD/TTY ....................................................... (212) 676-2388 Asthma Action Line ........................................... (877) 278-4620 Birth/Death Certificate information (See Vital Records) Bites, Animal .............................................................. Dial 311* Bites, Rat ................................................................... Dial 311* Communicable Disease Surveillance ........................ Dial 311* Complaints (General) ........................................ (877) 692-3647 Day Care .................................................................... Dial 311* Flu Information Line .............. (866) FLU-LINE (866) 358-5463 Food Complaints ............................................... (877) 692-3647 Immunization Clinic Information ........................ (212) 676-2273 Lead Poisoning Hotline ...... (212) BAN-LEAD (212) 226-5323 Mobile Food Vending Inspection ....................... (212) 676-1600 Permits .............................................................. (212) 487-4436 Poison Control Center ............. (212) 340-4494/(212) 764-7667 or dial .......................................................... (212) POISONS Toll Free ................................................................. Dial 311* TDD/TTY ....................................................... (212) 689-9014 Proof of Immunization (Child Health clients only)(212) 442-0675 Public Affairs (Press Office) .............................. (212) 788-5290 Restaurant Permit Applications ......................... (212) 487-4436 Restaurants Complaints .................................... (877) 692-3647

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Sexually Transmitted Disease Control .............. (212) 788-4423 Education ................................................................ Dial 311* Hospital Liaison Unit .............................................. Dial 311* Tuberculosis Control Hotline ............................. (212) 788-4162 Vital Records Information ........................................... Dial 311* West Nile Virus Information ....................................... Dial 311* Window Falls Prevention ........................................... Dial 311* Window Guard Complaints ............................... (877) 692-3647 Women's Healthline .......................................... (877) 692-3647

HEALTH CLINICS & SERVICES HIV Prevention Program 40 Worth Street, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10013 CONTACT NOTIFICATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (CNAP) (212) 693-1419 Toll Free (888) 792-1711 AIDS HOTLINE General Public: 1-800-TALK-HIV, (800) 825-5448 6 Days per week: Mon-Fri 9 am - 9 pm Sat 9 am - 5 pm COMPREHENSIVE HIV COUNSELING & TESTING SITES (1-800-TALK-HIV) (800) 825-5448 Appointments for anonymous counseling and testing at HIV Counseling & Testing Sites as well as referrals to physicians and clinics can be made through the HOTLINE Manhattan Central Harlem, 2238 Fifth Ave., 3rd Fl. (137th St.), NY, NY (212) 690-1760 Chelsea, 303 Ninth Ave., 2nd Fl., NY, NY 10001 (212) 239-1725/2324/5 East Harlem, 158 E. 115th St., Rm. 153, NY, NY 10029 (212) 360-5962/7 Riverside, 160 West 100th St. (bet. Columbus/Amsterdam), NY, NY (212) 865-7757 West Harlem, 21 Old Broadway, 2nd Fl., NY, NY 10027 (212) 678-6691/7 Bronx Morrisania, 1309 Fulton Ave., Rm 312, Bronx, NY 10456 (718) 901-6564

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Brooklyn-STD/HIV Testing Bedford/Stuyvesant, 485 Throop Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11221 (718) 574-2482/87

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Brownsville, 259 Bristol St., Rm 79, Brooklyn, NY 11212 (718) 495-7279 Crown Heights, 1218 Prospect Place, 2nd Fl. (Troy Ave.) Brooklyn, NY 11213 (718) 735-0580 Ft. Greene, 295 Flatbush Ave., Ext., 5th Fl., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-4133 Williamsburg, 151 Maujer St., 3rd Fl., Brooklyn, NY 11212 (718) 387-1589 Queens Corona, 34-33 Junction Blvd., Rm. 143, Jackson Heights, NY 11372 (718) 476-7814/15 Jamaica, 90-37 Parsons Blvd. 1st Fl. (off Jamaica Ave.), Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 262-5570 Rockaway, 67-19 Rockaway Blvd. (Addabbo Health Center), 11692 (718) 945-7150 Staten Island St. George, 51 Stuyvesant Pl., Rm 418, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 420-4709/4532 STD CLINICS Manhattan Central Harlem, 2238 Fifth Ave., NY, NY 10035 (212) 690-1760 Chelsea, 303 Ninth Ave., NY, NY 10001 (212) 239-1719 East Harlem District Health Center, 158 E. 115th St., NY, NY 10029 (212) 360-5934 Riverside, 160 W. 100th St., NY, NY 10025 (212) 865-7757 Bronx Morrisania, 1309 Fulton Ave., Bronx, NY 10456 (718) 901-6564/5 Brooklyn Crown Heights, 1218 Prospect Place, Brooklyn, NY 11213 (718) 735-0580 Fort Greene District Health Center, 295 Flatbush Ave. Ext., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-4133 Queens Corona District Health Center, 34-33 Junction Blvd., Jackson Heights, NY 11372 (718) 476-7815/7627 Jamaica District Health Center, 90-37 Parsons Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 262-5569 Jamaica District Health Center, 90-37 Parsons Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 262-5570

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Staten Island Richmond District Health Center, 51 Stuyvesant Pl., Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 983-4515 TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL (212) 788-4153, (212) 788-4154 Assistant Commissioner-Sonal Munsiff, M.D.

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Chest Clinics (Tuberculosis) Manhattan Chelsea, 303 Ninth Ave., NY, NY 10001 (212) 239-1758/90 Morrisania, 1309 Fulton Ave., Bronx, NY 10456 (718) 901-6536/7/8 Washington Heights, 600 W. 168th St., NY, NY 10032 (212) 368-4500 Brooklyn Bedford, 485 Throop Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11221 (718) 574-2462/3 Brownsville, 259 Bristol St., Brooklyn, NY 11212 (718) 624-1410/19 Bushwick, 335 Central Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11221 (718) 573-4886/9 Fort Greene, 295 Flatbush Ave. Ext., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-6551/8357 Queens Corona, 34-33 Junction Blvd., Corona, NY 11372 (718) 476-7635/6 Far Rockaway, 67-10 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Arverne, NY 11692 (718) 474-2100/01 Staten Island Richmond, 51 Stuyvesant Pl., Staten Island, NY 10301 (PPD testing only) (718) 983-4530 DISTRICT HEALTH CENTERS Bureau of Operations, District Operations Director, District Facilities-James Durrah (212) 788-5300 Manhattan Central Harlem, 2238 Fifth Ave., NY, NY 10035; Norbert Ataande, Manager (212) 360-5939 Chelsea, 303 Ninth Ave., NY, NY 10001; Manager, Kevin McGrath (212) 239-1703/4 East Harlem, 158 E. 115th St., NY, NY 10029; Norbert Ataande, Manager (212) 360-5939 Manhattanville, 21 Old Broadway, NY, NY 10020;

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Norbert Ataande, Manager (212) 678-6701 Riverside, 160 W. 100th St., NY, NY 10025; Norbert Ataande, Manager (212) 280-9250/72 Washington Heights, 600 W. 168th St., NY, NY 10032; Valerie Bailey, Manager (212) 368-4300 Bronx Morrisania, 1309 Fulton Ave., Bronx, NY 10456; Valerie Bailey, Manager (718) 901-6504/08 Tremont, 1826, Arthur Ave., Bronx, NY 10457; Valerie Bailey, Manager (718) 466-2214/2216 Brooklyn East Bedford, 485 Throop Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11221; Burt Roberts, Manager (718) 574-2452/2453 Brownsville, 259 Bristol St., Brooklyn, NY 11212; Ricardo Baker, Manager (718) 495-7241 Bushwick, 335 Central Ave. , Brooklyn, NY 11221; Burt Roberts, Manager (718) 574-2452/2453 Crown Heights, 1218 Prospect Place, Brooklyn, NY 11213; Beverly McDonald, Manager (643) 376-3767 Williamsburg, 151 Maujer St., Brooklyn, NY 11206; Burt Roberts, Manager (718) 782-5725 Brooklyn West Fort Greene, 295 Flatbush Ave. Ext., Basement, Brooklyn, NY 11201; Beverly McDonald, Manager (718) 643-3767/3769 Homecrest, 1601 Ave. S, Brooklyn, NY 11229; Beverly McDonald, Manager (718) 692-9545 Queens Astoria, 12-26 31st Ave., Queens, NY 11106; Kevin McGrath, Manager (718) 204-9121 Corona, 34-33 Junction Blvd., Jackson Heights, NY 11372; Kevin McGrath, Manager (718) 476-7642/7643 Jamaica, 90-37 Parsons Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11432; Kevin McGrath, Manager (718) 262-5531 Queens Blvd., 120-34 Queens Blvd., Queens, NY 11415; Kevin McGrath, Manager (718) 520-8345 Staten Island Richmond, 51 Stuyvesant Pl., Staten Island, NY 10301; Karen Goldberg, Manager (718) 983-4502

OFFICE OF CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

520 First Ave., New York, NY 10016 (212) 447-2030 Fax: (212) 447-2716 The Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) is open 24

Chief Medical Examiner, Office of

hours every day of the year. Charles S. Hirsch, M.D., Chief Medical Examiner (212) 447-2034

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First Deputy Chief Medical Examiner--Mark Flomenbaum, M.D., Ph.D. (212) 447-2333 Deputy Commissioner for Administration-- Thomas J. Brondolo (212) 447-2087 Director Medicolegal Investigations­Vacant (212) 477-2036 General Counsel--Sarah Scott (212) 447-2046 Assistant Commissioner Capital Projects--Nicholas Fusco (212) 447-2411 Assistant Commissioner Operations--Daniel Stevelman (212) 447-2077 Assistant Commissioner, Procurement­Lorraine Kelly (212) 447-2446 Assistant Commissioner Human Resources--Nicole Murphy (212) 447-2091 Directors: Forensic Biology--Robert Shaler, Ph.D. (212) 447-2616 Forensic Toxicology--Marina Stajic, Ph.D.,(212) 447-2637 Histology--Frederick Pugliese, MTL, HTL (212) 447-2601 Identifications/Communications­Rosemary Anzalone (212) 447-2713 Management Information System--Raju Venkataram (212) 447-2300 Medical Records--James Robert Celsi (212) 447-2052 Photography--Vacant (212) 447-2633 Public Affairs--Ellen Borakove (212) 447-2041 Special Services--Andrew J. Anzalone (212) 447-2427 BOROUGH OFFICES Manhattan First Deputy Chief Medical Examiner, Mark Flomenbaum, M.D.Ph.D., 520 First Ave.,New York, NY 10016 (212) 447-2333 Bronx Deputy Chief Medical Examiner, James Gill,M.D., Van Etten Hospital, Bronx Municipal Campus, Pelham Parkway at Eastchester Road, Bronx, NY 10461 (718) 829-2030 Brooklyn Deputy Chief Medical Examiner, Marie Macajoux, M.D., Kings County Hospital Mortuary, 451 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11203 (718) 221-0600 Queens

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Deputy Chief Medical Examiner, Kari Reiber, M.D., Queens General Hospital, 82-64 164th St. & Goethals Ave., Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 883-3871 Staten Island Deputy Chief Medical Examiner, Stephen de Roux, M.D. Seaview Hospital, Rehabilitation Center and Home, 460 Brielle Ave., Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 668-0620

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELESS SERVICES

33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 (212) 361-8000 Emergency Assistance Hotline (toll free) Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK NYC.gov/html/dhs Established as a permanent agency by Local Law 19 of 1999. The Department of Homeless Services' mission, in partnership with public and private agencies, is to provide temporary emergency shelter for eligible homeless people in a safe, supportive environment. In an atmosphere of cooperation and respect, we deliver services through a continuum of care, where the client assumes responsibility for achieving the goal of independent living.

Linda Gibbs, Commissioner. Salary $162,800. Appointed January 14, 2002. (212) 361-8000; Fax: (212) 361-7977

First Deputy Commissioner-Marcia Stevenson (212) 361-7942 Chief of Staff-Angeles Pai (212) 361-7973 Director of Communications-James Anderson (212) 361-7971 Agency Medical Director-Dova Marder (212) 361-0584 Inspector General-Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030 Administration 33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 Deputy Commissioner--Thailia Edwards (212) 361-8600 Agency Chief Contracting Officer (ACCO)-- Suellen Schulman (212) 361-8400 Assistant Commissioner, Human Resources--Philip Crowe (212) 361-8700 Adult Services 33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 Deputy Commissioner­Mark Hurwitz (212) 361-0617 Assistant Commissioner, Operations­Sarah Freeman

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(212) 361-0550 Assistant Commissioner,Outreach & Intake--Michele Brown (212) 361-0573 Men's Intake Center 30th Street Men's Center, 400 East 30th St., New York, NY 10016 (212) 481-4709 Men's Assessment Sites Bedford-Atlantic Men's Assessment Center, 1322 Bedford Ave.,Brooklyn, NY 11216 (718) 636-3912 Charles Gay Men's Assessment, Wards Island, NY 10035 (212) 369-8927 30th Street Men's Shelter, 400 E. 30th St., New York, NY 10016 (212) 481-4730 Women's Intake and Assessment Sites Brooklyn Women's Shelter, 116 Williams Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11207 (718) 495-7874 Jamaica Women's Assessment, 93-05 168th Street, Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 262-1452 Franklin Armory Shelter, 1122 Franklin Ave., Bronx, NY 10456 (718) 842-9810 Facility Maintenance and Development 33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 Deputy Commissioner­Robert Skallerup, Jr. (212) 361-8394 Assistant Commissioner, Technical & Construction Services--Thomas Vanacore (212) 361-8077 Assistant Commissioner, Development--Todd Hamilton (212) 361-8392 Assistant Commissioner, Maintenance and Repair-- James Russo (212) 630-9041 Family Services 33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 Deputy Commissioner­Roger Newman (212) 361-0626 Assistant Commissioner, Housing Policy & PlacementRick Chandler (212) 361-0636 Assistant Commissioner, Family Program ManagementBarbara Rosenberg (212) 361-0635 Assistant Commissioner, Intake & Reception-Linda Sullivan (212) 361-5589 Assistant Commissioner, Transitional Family ServicesJulia Moten (212) 361-0639

NAMES

Emergency Assistance Unit (EAU) 151 East 151st Street Bronx, New York 10451

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Fiscal Operations 33 Beaver Street, New York, NY 10004 Deputy Commissioner-Steve Pock (212) 361-7942 Audit, Director-Vacant (212) 361-8538 Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), DirectorDenise Benson (212) 361-7910 Budget/Finance Assistant Commissioner, Budget-Lula Urquhart (212) 361-7384 Assistant Commissioner, Finance-Jill Banks (212) 361-7455 Director, Budget Management-Anne Mager (212) 361-7391 Director, Adult Services Budget-Vacant (212) 361-7387 Director, Family Services Budget-Kathleen Dobrowsky (212) 361-7389 Legal Services 33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 General Counsel­Clarke Bruno (212) 361-7996 Special Counsel­Fran Winter (212) 361-8025 Deputy General Counsel­Dennis Young (212) 361-7993 Disciplinary Counsel­Eugene Uzamere (212) 361-8023 Records Access Officer­Nancy Lerner (212) 361-8029 Policy and Planning Deputy Commissioner, Policy and Planning-- Maryanne Schretzman (212) 361-7938 Assistant Commissioner, Policy and Planning-- Thomas Bonnett (212) 232-0581 Assistant Commissioner, Government and Community Relations--Robert Mascali (212) 361-7900 Chief Information Officer, Information TechnologyPatrick Nestor (212) 361-8500 Security Assistant Commissioner--Michael Gagliardi (212) 361-7918

NYC HOUSING AUTHORITY

250 Broadway, New York, NY 10007 (212) 306-3000 Fax: (212) 306-8888; TTY/TDD (212) 306-4445 nyc.gov/nycha Consists of three board members appointed by the Mayor, one of whom is designated by the Mayor as Chairman. Non-Chair members serve five-year terms. Not more than twomembers of the Authority shall belong to the same political party.A vacancy in the office of a member other than the Chair occurring otherwise

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than by expiration of term shall be filled forthe unexpired term. Salaries: Chair, $162,800; other members $154,372.

Members Tino Hernandez, Chairman Earl Andrews, Jr., Vice-Chairman JoAnna Aniello, Member

General Manager--Douglas Apple (212) 306-3416 Chief of Staff--Stacey Cumberbatch (212) 306-8786 Secretary--Frank Marin (212) 306-6088 General Counsel--Ricardo Morales (212) 776-5151 Deputy General Manager, Administration­Natalie Y. Rivers (212) 306-3412 Deputy General Manager, Capital Projects & Development-- Joseph Farro(212) 306-8685 Deputy General Manager, Operations--Robert Podmore (212) 306-8874 Deputy General Manager, Finance--Felix Lam (212) 306-3770 Deputy General Manager, Community Operations-- Hugh Spence (212) 306-7038 Deputy General Manager, Chief Information Officer-- Avi Duvdevani (212) 306-3416 Deputy General Manager, Policy, Planning & Management Analysis-Sherry Schuh (212) 306-3302 Assistant Deputy General Manager of Operations for Support Services-Peter Cantillo (718) 707-5393 Assistant Deputy General Manager of Operations for Management-Rowland Laedlein (718) 707-7885 Public Information Officer--Howard Marder (212) 306-3322 Records Access Officer­Geneve Davis (212) 306-8680 Risk Management Officer--John Dussel (212) 306-4212 Directors: Accounting-Vacant (212) 365-5001 Application Development ­Robert Marano (212) 306-3817 Audit-Thomas Bittman (212) 306-3433 B.E.S.T­John Saggese (212) 306-3818 Budget -Jose Mercado (212) 365-5601 Capital Projects Administration-Alice Tomlinson O'Neil (212) 365-5399 Citywide, Programs-Denise Falco-Lara (212) 306-4076 Community Operations-Michelle Pinnock-Clerk (212) 306-4486 Construction-Robert Yauch (718) 707-7735 Contract Administration-Terence Roselle (718) 707-5626 Design and Capital Improvement-David Burney (212) 365-5512

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Energy-William Steinmann (718) 250-5697 Economic and Business Initiatives­Vacant (718) 246-6500 Emergency Services-Conrad Vazquez (212) 289-8000 Equal Opportunity-Fredrika A. Wilson (212) 306-4633 Facility Planning­John McCormick (212) 306-6037 Federal Relations, Policy & Compliance-Steven Love (212) 306-3414 Financial Operations-Michael Pagani (212) 365-5249 General Services-Kenneth Martin (212) 306-4620 Health Services - Richard Greene (212) 306 -2086 Housing Applications-Arlene Campana (718) 222-6426 Housing Finance and Development-Sharon Ebert (212) 306- 4417 Human Resources-Madelyn Oliva (212) 306-4360 Inspector General-Steven Pasichow (212) 306-3354 Inter-Governmental Relations-Vilma Huertas (212) 306-8100 IT Infrastructure Department­Cleveland Neal (212) 306-4073 Leased Housing-Gregory Kern (212) 306-4819 Materials Management, Acting-Michael McCaffrey (718) 707-5242 Operations Services-Robin Jackson (212) 365-5735 Program Assessment & Policy DevelopmentDennis Ventarola (212) 306-8437 Public and Community Relations-Sheila L. Greene (212) 306-3322 Quality and Cost Control-Constantino Sagonas (718) 707-7881 Records Management-Irene C. Shapiro (212) 306-7062 Research and Policy Development-Celeste Morgan Glenn (212) 306-3034 Senior Services-Maristella J. Kelsey (212) 306-8623 Social Services-Nora Reissig-Lazarro (212) 306-3977 Staff Development-Felicia Chapman-Jenkins (212) 306-8257 Strategic Planning-Miriam Allen (212) 306-4073 Technical Services-Joseph Minerva (718) 707-5364 WEP Office-Alberta Fuentes (718) 707-5306 Applications Offices (Conventional Public Housing) Bronx--1 Fordham Plaza, 5th Floor (718) 329-7859 Brooklyn--350 Livingston St. (718) 250-5900 Queens--120-34 Queens Boulevard (718) 286-7500 Staten Island--120 Stuyvesant Place, 2nd floor (718) 448-7326 Manhattan--55 W. 125th St. (212) 828-7100 Applications Offices (Section 8-Leased Housing) Bronx--1 Fordham Plaza, 3rd Floor (718) 329-7701

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Brooklyn--350 Livingston St., 3rd, 4th, Basement (718) 250-9777/9700 Queens--59-17 Junction Blvd., 2nd Floor (718) 393-7400 Staten Island--1 Stuyvesant Place, 2nd Floor (718) 556-2582/2738 Manhattan--55 W. 125th St., 8th Floor (917) 492-8999/00 NYCHA PUBLIC HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS MANAGEMENT Borough Directors Brooklyn-Gloria Finkelman (718) 649-6400 Bronx-Patricia Lawler (718) 654-8626 Manhattan-Carolyn Jasper (212) 427-8542 Queens-Michael Cornelius (718) 657-8300 Staten Island-Victor Edwards (718) 447-1179 NYCHA PUBLIC HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS COMMUNITY OPERATIONS Borough Directors Brooklyn-Carl Billington (718) 399-9734 Bronx-Deidra Gilliard (718) 882-0787 Manhattan-Luis Soler (212) 334-2505 Queens-Anthony Richburg (718) 969-6240 Staten Island-Ernesto Lozano (718) 815-0140

Key to Borough Abbreviations: (M)--Manhattan (Bx)--Bronx (Bk)--Brooklyn (Q)--Queens (S.I.)--Staten Island

*Approximately 50 Federal-rehabilitated buildings are also supervised. Adams I & II-731 Tinton Ave. (Bx) 10455 (718) 993-1585 Albany-1229 Park Pl. (Bk) 11213 (718) 774-8100 Amsterdam & Amsterdam Addition-205 W. 61st St. (M) 10023 (212) 265-1803 Armstrong, Louis I & II-260 Lexington Ave. (Bk) 11216 (718) 636-9168 Arverne-(See Ocean Bay) Astoria-4-20 Astoria Blvd., L.I.C. (Q) 11102 (718) 932-0013 Atlantic Terminal-483 Carlton Ave. (Bk) 11238 (718) 638-0505 Audubon Houses-1909 Amsterdam Ave. (M) 10032 (212) 234-7474 Bailey Ave.-3340 Bailey Avenue, Bronx, NY 10463 (718) 884-4922 Baisley Park-116-40 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Jamaica (Q) 11434 (718) 276-6161 Baruch & Addition-100 Columbia St. (M) 10002 (212) 677-9400 Bay View-9820 Seaview Ave. (Bk) 11236 (718) 251-5662

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Baychester-1860 Schieffelin Ave. (Bx) 10466 (718) 547-1010 Beach 41st St., 38-20 Beach Channel Drive, Far Rockaway (Q) 11691 (718) 471-5420 Bedford-Stuyvesant Model Cities, Sites 48A, (Bk) 125 Worth Street, New York, NY 10013. (718) 453-4900 Belmont-Sutter (Bk) 812 Ashford Street, Brooklyn, NY 11207 (718) 649-6789 Berry-26 Dongan Hills Ave. (S.I.) 10306 (718) 351-3466 Berry Street-105 Tompkins Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206 (718) 782-2920 Dr. Ramon Emeterio Betances-537 E. 146 St. (Bx) 10455 (718) 292-8620 Bethune Gardens-1945 Amsterdam Ave. (M) 10032 (212) 234-7474 Bland-40-21 College Pt. Blvd., Flushing (Q) 11354 (718) 353-7908 I & II Borinquen Plaza-130 Humboldt St. (Bk) 11206 (718) 782-7803 Boston Road Plaza-2420 Bronxwood Avenue, Bronx, NY 10469 (718) 547-2100 Boston Secor-3570 Bivonia St. (Bx) 10475 (718) 671-2050 Boulevard-812 Ashford St. (Bk) 11207 (718) 649-6789 Boynton Ave. Rehab. 1605 E. 174th Street, Bronx, NY 10472 (718) 842-9250 Bracetti Plaza-640 E. 5th Street, New York, NY 10002 (212) 529-8340 Breukelen-618 E. 108th St. (Bk) 11236 (718) 649-7630 Brevoort-296 Ralph Ave. (Bk) 11233 (718) 493-1600 Bronxchester-514 E. 156th St. (Bx) 10455 (718) 585-1330 Bronx River and Addition-1605 E. 174th St. (Bx) 10472 (718) 842-9250 Bronxdale-1090 Rosedale Ave. (Bx) 10472 (718) 842-7164 Brownsville-307 Blake Ave. (Bk) 11212 (718) 498-1030 Bushwick-372 Bushwick Ave. (Bk) 11206 (718) 443-8022 Butler-1402 Webster Ave. (Bx) 10456 (718) 588-8700 Campos Plaza I & II-633 E. 13th St. (M) 10009 (212) 677-3225 Carleton Manor-71-15 Beach Channel Dr., Rockaway Beach (Q) 11692 (718) 474-4000 Carey Gardens-Site 1B 2955 W. 24th St. (Bk) 11224 (718) 372-4100 Carver-1475 Madison Ave. (M) 10029 (212) 534-1205 Cassidy Place & Lafayette Ave.-90 Lafayette Ave. (S.I.) 10301 (718) 727-5322 (Managed from Richmond Terrace) Castle Hill-645 Castle Hill Ave. (Bx) 10473 (718) 828-7020 Chelsea & Addition-430 W. 26th (M) 10001 (212) 924-2626 Claremont Consolidation-1052 Teller Ave. (Bx) 10456 (718) 588-7411

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Claremont Village-1402 Webster Ave. (Bx) 10456 (718) 588-8700 Clason Point Gardens-1710 Lafayette Ave. (Bx) 10473 (718) 589-3311 Clinton-1744 Lexington Ave. (M) 10029 (212) 876-5205 College Point Apts.-125-01 22nd Ave., Flushing (Q) 11356 (718) 939-2600 Coney Island Houses-2410 Surf Ave. (Bk) 11224 (718) 996-0600 Conlon-L.I.H.F.E.-116-40 Guy R. Brewer Blvd. (Q) 11434 (718) 276-6161 Cooper Park-40 Debevoise Ave. (Bk) 11211 (718) 389-9230 Edward Corsi-300 E. 115th St. (M) 10029 (212) 289-5100 Cypress Hills-600 Euclid Ave. (Bk) 11208 (718) 647-1820 Davidson-881 Rev. J.A. Polite Ave (Bx) 10459 (718) 991-5570 De Hostos Apts.-124 W. 91st St. (M) 10024 (212) 873-6385 Douglass & Addition-880 Columbus Ave. (M) 10025 (212) 865-7200 Drew-Hamilton-410 W. 145th St. (M) 10030 (212) 862-2500 Dyckman-215 Nagle Ave. (M) 10034 (212) 569-7300 East Fourth St. Rehab.-640 E. 5th St. (M) 10002 (212) 529-8340 East 180 St./Monterey Ave.-360 Ford St (Bx) 10457 (718) 364-6900 East New York City Line-600 Euclid Ave. (Bk) 11208 (718) 647-1820 Eastchester Gardens-1130 Burke Ave. (Bx) 10469 (718) 547-7033 East River-418 E. 105th St. (M) 10029 (212) 876-6900 Edenwald-1145 E. 229th St. (Bx) 10466 (718) 882-6900 Edgemere-(See Ocean Bay) Elliott-430 W. 26th St. (M) 10001 (212) 924-2626 Fabria Housing-633 E. 13th St. (M) 10009 (212) 677-3225 Farragut-251 Nassau St. (Bk) 11201 (718) 625-7044 F.H.A.-Project H.O.M.E-116-40 Guy R. Brewer Blvd. Jamaica (Q) 11434 (718) 276-7700 F.H.A. Homes-164-01 Foch Blvd., Jamaica (Q) 11434 (718) 276-7700 Fiorentino Plaza-578 Blake Ave. (Bk) 11207 (718) 498-2574 First Houses-640 E. 5th St. (M) 10002 (212) 529-8340 Forest-1010 Trinity Ave. (Bx) 10456 (718) 991-0300 Forest Hills Cooperative-108-03 62nd Drive, Flushing (Q) 11375 (718) 699-1885 Ft. Independence-Heath Ave.-3340 Bailey Ave. (Bx) 10463 (718) 884-6330 Ft. Washington-99 Ft. Washington Ave. (M) 10032 (212) 923-4142 Frederick Samuels Apartments-148 W. 144th St. (M) 10030 (212) 234-3275 Fulton-421 W. 17th St. (M) 10011 (212) 255-5005

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Marcus Garvey Village-1776 Prospect Pl. (Bk) 11233 (718) 345-9707 Glenmore Plaza-89 Christopher Ave. (Bk) 11212 (718) 498-0882 Glenwood-1660 Ralph Ave. (Bk) 11236 (718) 251-5583 Gompers-50 Pitt St. (M) 10002 (212) 982-0990 Gowanus-211 Hoyt St. (Bk) 11217 (718) 522-5405 Grampion-182 St. Nicholas Ave. (See West 114 St.) (M) 10026 (212) 222-5205 Grant-1320 Amsterdam Ave. (M) 10027 (212) 666-4301 Gravesend-2793 W. 33rd St. (Bk) 11224 (718) 266-8200 Gun Hill-731 Magenta St. (Bx) 10467 (718) 547-1700 Haber-2410 Surf Ave. (Bk) 11224 (718) 996-0600 Hammel-85-10 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Rockaway Beach (Q) 11693 (718) 474-4000 Harborview Terrace-525 W. 55th St. (M) 10019 (212) 757-1051 Harlem River-211-D W. 151st St. (M) 10039 (212) 368-2900 Harlem River II-211-D W. 151st St. (M) 10039 (212) 368-2900 Harrison Ave. Rehab. 1925 Harrison Ave. (Bx) 10453 (718) 901-0660 Rafael Hernandez-189 Allen St. (M) 10002 (212) 260-4120 Highbridge Gardens-1105 University Ave. (Bx) 10452 (718) 588-5201 Holmes Towers-403 E. 93rd St. (M) 10028 (212) 427-6464 Hope Gardens-314 Wilson Ave. (Bk) 11237 (718) 443-8033 Howard-1562 East New York Ave. (Bk) 11212 (718) 345-5700 Howard Avenue/Park Place-1371 St. Marks Ave. (Bk) 11233 (718) 221-0191 Langston Hughes-307 Sutter Ave. (Bk) 11212 (718) 498-0680 Hylan-372 Bushwick Ave. (Bk) 11206 (718) 443-8022 Independence Towers-119 Taylor St. (Bk) 11211 (718) 384-7777 Ingersoll-120 Navy Walk (Bk) 11201 (718) 624-7316 International Tower-90-20 170th St., Jamaica (Q) 11433 (718) 739-5729 Isaacs-403 E. 93rd St. (M) 10028 (212) 427-6464 Jackson-799 Courtlandt Ave. (Bx) 10451 (718) 292-0310 Jefferson-300 E. 115th St. (M) 10029 (212) 289-5100 Johnson-1844 Lexington Ave. (M) 10029 (212) 534-6100 King Towers-90 Lenox Ave. (M) 10026 (212) 722-8561 Kingsborough-1880 Pacific St. (Bk) 11233 (718) 774-6615 Kingsborough Extension-1880 Pacific St. (Bk) 11233 (718) 774-6615 Lafayette Gardens-387 Lafayette Ave. (Bk) 11238 (718) 857-9790 La Guardia & Addition-250 Madison St. (M) 10002 (212) 732-0700

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Latimer Gardens-3445 Linden Pl., Flushing (Q) 11354 (718) 939-2600 Leavitt St.-34th Ave.139-10 34th Ave., Flushing (Q) 11354 (718) 939-2600 Lehman Village-1605 Madison Ave. (M) 10029 (212) 831-8800 Lenox Rd. Rehab. 1142-1144-1145 Lenox Rd. 11212 (Bk) (718) 467-2212 Lexington-110 E. 99th St. (M) 10029 (212) 722-2030 Lincoln-2142 Madison Ave. (M) 10037 (212) 283-5700 Linden-914 Van Siclen Ave. (Bk) 11207 (718) 649-3774 Longfellow Ave. Rehab-1010 E. 178th St. (Bx) 10460 (718) 589-8330 Long Island Baptist Houses-578 Blake Ave. (Bk) 11207 (718) 498-2574 Lower East Side I-50 Pitt St. (M) 10002 (212) 982-0990 Lower East Side II-640 E. 5th St. (M) 10002 (212) 529-8340 Macombs Road Rehab.-1925 Harrison Ave. (Bx) 10453 (718) 901-0660 Manhattanville-549 W. 126th St. (M) 10027 (212) 234-4200 Manhattanville Rehabs. 549 W. 126th St. (M) 10027 (212) 234-4200 Marble Hill-5220 Broadway (Bx) 10463 (718) 562-8200 Marcy-648 Park Ave. (Bk) 11206 (718) 875-7705 Mariner's Harbor-200 Lockman Ave. (S.I.) 10303 (718) 494-1800 Markham Gardens-210 Broadway (S.I.) 10310 (718) 442-4200 (See West Brighton) Marlboro-2740 86th St. (Bk) 11223 (718) 373-9513 McKinley-725 E. 161st St. (Bx) 10456 (718) 292-2332 Melrose-345 E. 153rd St. (Bx) 10451 (718) 665-3641 Meltzer Towers-94 East 1st St. (M) 10002 (212) 982-0990 Metro North Plaza & Rehab.-305 E. 101st St. (M) 10029 (212) 996-5020 Mill Brook & Extension-160 St. Anne's Ave. (Bx) 10454 (718) 665-0731 Middletown Plaza-1130 Burke Ave. (Bx) 10469 (718) 547-7033 Milbank-Frawley-1740 Madison Ave. (M) 10029 (212) 876-5770 Mitchel-225 Alexander Ave. (Bx) 10454 (718) 993-0630 Monroe-1779 Story Ave. (Bx) 10472 (718) 542-1900 Moore-664 E. 149th St. (Bx) 10455 (718) 585-5760 Morris-3663 3rd Ave. (Bx) 10456 (718) 588-7700 Morrisania 400 E. 169 St. (Bx) 10456 (718) 293-4012 Morrisania Air Rights-3145 Park Ave. (Bx) 10451 (718) 588-6009 Morris Heights Rehab-1925 Harrison Ave.(Bx) 10453 (718) 901-0600 Morris Park Senior Citizens-17 E. 124th St. (M) 10035

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(212) 348-2220 Mott Haven-373 E. 141st St. (Bx) 10454 (718) 665-1020 Mott Haven Model Cities (Sites 4, 5, 9, 13 & 18) 225 Alexander Ave. (Bx) 10454 (718) 993-0630 Murphy Consolidation-1010 E. 178th St. (Bx) 10460 (718) 589-8330 New Lane-70 New Lane (S.I.) 10305 (718) 816-1892 (Mgmt. Consol. with So. Beach) Nostrand-2955 Ave. W (Bk) 11229 (718) 332-1813 Ocean Hill Apts.-30 Stone Ave. (Bk) 11233 (718) 443-2991 Ocean Bay Apts.-434 Beach 54th St. (Q) 11692 O'Dwyer Gardens & Site 8-2959 W. 33rd St. (Bk) 11224 (718) 449-1800 Palmetto Gardens-372 Bushwick Ave. (Bk) 11206 (718) 443-8022 Park Rock Rehab.-1371 St. Marks Ave. (Bk) 11233 (718) 221-0191 Parkside-2963 White Plains Rd. (Bx) 10467 (718) 547-4000 Patterson-301 E. 143rd St. (Bx) 10451 (718) 292-5800 Pelham Parkway-2420 Bronxwood Ave. (Bx) 10469 (718) 547-2100 Pennsylvania-Wortman-17 Vandalia Ave. (Bk) 11236 (718) 257-2717 Pink-2632 Linden Blvd. (Bk) 11208 (718) 647-4800 Polo Grounds-2975 8th Ave. (M) 10039 (212) 283-1390 Pomonok-67-10 Parsons Blvd., Flushing (Q) 11365 (718) 591-4800 Prospect Plaza-1776 Prospect Pl. (Bk) 11233 (718) 345-9707 Queensbridge North-10-05 41st Ave., Long Island City (Q) (718) 784-7669 Queensbridge South-10-06 41st Ave., Long Island City (Q) 11101 (718) 784-6154 Ralph J. Rangel-159-16 Harlem River Dr. (M) 10039 (212) 281-7200 Randall Balcom-2824 Schley Ave. (Bx) 10465 (718) 823-1000 A. Phillip Randolph-261 W. 114th St. (M) 10026 (212) 222-5205 Ravenswood-21-10 35th Ave., L.I.C. (Q) 11106 (718) 729-5621 Red Hook East-62 Mill St. (Bk) 11231 (718) 852-6771 Red Hook West I & II-55 Dwight (Bk) 11231 (718) 552-3880 Redfern-14-56 Beach Channel Drive, Far Rockaway (Q) 11691 (718) 327-5900 Reid Apts.-728 East New York Ave. (Bk) 11205 (718) 467-2212 Rev. Brown-1776 Prospect Pl. (Bk) 11233 (718) 345-9707 Richmond Terrace-121 Jersey St. (S.I.) 10301 (718) 442-5400

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Riis-454 E. 10th St. (M) 10009 (212) 228-2400 Ira S. Robbins Plaza-403 E. 93rd St. (M) 10028 (212) 427-6464 Jackie Robinson-2120 Lexington Ave. (M) 10035 (212) 722-7881 Roosevelt I & II-314 Pulaski St. (Bk) 11206 (718) 455-9313 Rutgers-61 Pike St. (M) 10002 (212) 964-8950 Rutland Towers-728 East New York Ave. (Bk) 11205 (718) 467-2212 Sack-Wern-1710 Lafayette Ave. (Bx) 10473 (718) 589-3311 Saratoga Square-30 Mother Gaston Blvd. (Bk) 11233 (718) 443-2991 St. Mary's Park-649 Westchester Ave. (Bx) 10455 (718) 665-6474 St. Nicholas-215 W. 127th St. (M) 10027 (212) 865-7470 Sedgwick-162 W. 174th St. (Bx) 10453 (718) 299-7500 Seth Low-230 Powell St. (Bk) 11212 (718) 498-9229 Seward Park Ext.-65 Norfolk St. (M) 10002 (212) 473-8640 Sheepshead-2955 Avenue W (Bk) 11229 (718) 332-1813 Shelton Houses-89-09 162 St. (Q) 11432 (718) 276-6161 Smith-21 St. James Pl. (M) 10038 (212) 267-2591 Sondra Thomas-124 W. 91st St. (M) 10024 (212) 873-6385 Sound View-1720 Seward Ave. (Bx) 10472 (718) 842-2270 South Beach-84 Lamport Blvd. (S.I.) 10305 (718) 447-5035 South Jamaica I & II-106-62 160th St., Jamaica (Q) 11433 (718) 657-3100 Stapleton-210 Broad St. (S.I.) 10304 (718) 448-5000 Sterling Place Rehabs.1371 St. Marks Ave. (Bk) 11233 (718) 221-0191 Straus-228 E. 28th St. (M) 10016 (212) 689-0660 Stuyvesant Garden I & II-125 Worth St. 10013 (718) 453-4900 Sumner-20 Lewis Ave. (Bk) 11206 (718) 453-4343 Surfside-2940 W. 31 St. (Bk) 11224 (718) 449-2936 Taft-1740 Madison Ave. (M) 10029 (212) 876-5770 Tapscott St. Rehab.-175-185, 187-197, 199-209 Tapscott St (Bk) 11212 (718) 467-2212 Taylor Wythe-632 Wythe Pl. (Bk) 11211 (718) 782-9506 Throggs Neck & Addition-2824 Schley Ave. (Bx) 10465 (718) 823-1000 Tilden-282 Dumont Ave. (Bk) 11212 (718) 495-1570 Todt Hill-815 Manor Rd. (S.I.) 10314 (718) 698-4900 Tompkins-105 Tompkins Ave. (Bk) 11206 (718) 782-2920 Twin Parks West-360 Ford St. (Bx) 10457 (718) 364-6900 Two Bridges (Managed from LaGuardia Houses) Union Ave. Consolidation-881 Rev. J.A. Polite Ave. (Bx) 10459 (718) 991-5570 Unity Plaza-578 Blake Ave. (Bk) 11207 (718) 498-2574 University Consolidation-1925 Harrison Ave. (Bx) 10453 (718) 901-0600 U.P.A.C.A. Gardens Site 5 & 6-2120 Lexington Ave. (M) 10035

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(718) 722-7881 U.S.U.R. Brownstones & Site A, B, & C 124 W. 91st St. (M) 10024 (212) 873-6385 Vandalia-17 Vandalia Ave. (Bk) 11236 (718) 257-2717 Van Dyke-370 Blake Ave. (Bk) 11212 (718) 495-4000 Van Dyke II-403 Powell St. (Bk) 11212 (718) 272-1130 Vladeck-356 Madison St. (M) 10002 (212) 233-2010 Wagner-2396 1st. Ave. (M) 10035 (212) 534-5359 Wald-54 Ave. D (M) 10009 (212) 673-9306 Washington-1773 3rd Ave. (M) 10029 (212) 722-2030 Washington Heights I-IV-99 Ft. Washington Ave. (M) 10032 (212) 923-4142 Webster-400 E. 169 St. (Bx) 10456 (718) 293-4012 Weeksville Gardens-1229 Park Pl. (Bk) 11213 (718) 774-8100 West Brighton I & II-210 Broadway (S.I.) 10310 (718) 442-4200 West Tremont Rehab.-1925 Harrison Ave. (Bx) 10453 (718) 901-0600 White-2029 2nd Ave. (M) 10029 (212) 831-4522 Whitman-287 Myrtle Ave. (Bk) 11205 (718) 875-6690 Williams Plaza-227 Division Ave. (Bk) 11211 (718) 387-3838 Williamsburg-176 Maujer St. (Bk) 11206 (718) 387-0908 Wilson-2040 First Ave. (M) 10029 (212) 289-4600 Wise Towers & Rehab.-124 W. 91st St. (M) 10024 (212) 873-6385 Woodside-50-51 Broadway, Woodside (Q) 11377 (718) 278-5510 Woodson-403 Powell St. (Bk) 11212 (718) 272-1130 Wyckoff Gardens-185 Nevins St. (Bk) 11217 (718) 855-9363 Additional Developments Identified by Street Addresses

Manhattan 445 Allen St. (M) (Seward Park Extension) 589 Amsterdam Ave. 10024 (See Wise Towers) 344 E. 28th St. (M) (Strauss) (212) 689-0660 335 E. 111 St. (M) (Jefferson) (212) 289-5100 120 E. 123 St. (M) (U.P.A.C.A) (212) 722-7881 (Douglass) 241 W. 101 St., 239 W. 103 St., 241-251 W. 103 St., 244 W. 104 St., 830, 832, 865, 868, 870 to 875 Amsterdam Ave. 10025 (212) 865-7200 (Taft) 218 W. 112 St., 201-203 W. 117 St., 95 W. 119 St., (212) 876-5770 (Wise Towers) 4854, 120 W. 94 St., 74 W. 92 St., 125-143 W. 93 St. (212) 873-6385 131 St. Nicholas Ave. 10026 (See Taft Houses) (212) 876-5770 47-51 West 89th St.; 15-23 West 90th St.; 38-42 West 90th St.; West 91st St. Nos. 22 to 42, 64, 66, 68, 70, 10024

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(Wise Towers) (212) 873-6385 269 West 114 St. (M) 10026 (212) 222-5205 545 West 156th St. (See Audubon Houses) 1970 Amsterdam Ave. (See Audubon Houses) P.S. 139 Conversion 120 W. 140th St. (See Drew Hamilton) 89 Ave. C (See Lower East Side II) East 120th St. Rehab. (See Wagner Houses) 110 E. 99th St. (See Washington Houses) Bronx 1010 E. 178 St., 10460 (See Murphy Consolidation) (718) 589-8330 1705 Bryant Ave. (Murphy Consolidation) (718) 589-8330 1020-1030 College Ave. (Mgmt. Consol. with Claremont Consolidation) (718) 588-7411 905 Eagle Ave. (McKinley) (718) 292-2332 2125 Glebe Ave. (Bronxdale) (718) 842-7164 1700 Hoe Ave. (Murphy Consolidation) (718) 589-8330 1100-1110 Teller Ave. (Mgmt. Consol. with Claremont Consolidation) (718) 588-7411 1471 Watson Ave. 10472 (See Bronxdale Houses) (718) 842-7164 East 180th St. Monterey Ave. (Twin Parks West) (718) 364-6900 1162-1172 Washington Ave. (Mgmt. Consol. with Claremont Consolidation) (718) 588-7411 Courtlandt Ave. Bx. NY (Melrose) (718) 665-3641 1168 Stratford Ave. Rehab. (See Bronx River) 1084 Bryant Ave. (See Murphy Cons.) 1805 Crotona Ave. (See Murphy Cons.) 1463 Vyse Ave. (See Murphy Cons.) 1203 Westchester Ave. (See Murphy Cons.) 2111 LaFontaine Ave. (See Twin Parks Cons.) 2070 Clinton Ave. (See Twin Parks Cons.) 544 Claremont Pkwy. (See Union Ave. Cons.) 845 Cauldwell Ave. (See Union Ave. Cons.) 950 Union Ave. (See Union Ave. Cons.) 1135 Prospect Ave. (See Union Ave. Cons.) Brooklyn 726 to 752 Fenimore St. 11203 (See Reid Houses) (718) 467-2212 334 to 344 Lefferts Ave. 11225 (See Reid Houses) 55-33-35 Saratoga Ave. 11233 (See Saratoga Square) (718) 443-2991 104-14 Tapscott St. (See Reid Houses) (718) 467-2212 303 Vernon Ave. 11206 (See Summer) (718) 453-4343 572 Warren St. (Wyckoff Gardens) (718) 855-9363 1313, 1634 Nostrand Ave. 11226 (See Reid)

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202, 206, 657, 965, 1078, 1131 Rogers Ave. 11225 (See Reid) (718) 467-2212 1636 Sterling Pl. (See Park Rock Rehab.) 32 Grafton St. (See Park Rock Rehab.) 2041 Pacific St. (See Park Rock Rehab.) 1440 East New York Ave. (See Prospect Plaza) 1142 Lenox Rd. (See Reid Apts.) 1196 East New York Ave. (See Reid Apts.)

NYC HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

110 William Street, 10th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 227-5500; Fax: (212) 227-6865 A corporate governmental agency constituted as a public benefit corporation and established in 1971 under Article XII, Private Housing Finance Law. HDC encourages the investment of private capital through low-interest mortgage loans and provides safe and sanitary dwellings for families and persons whose housing needs cannot be met by unassisted private enterprise. Through the issuance of bonds and notes, provides construction and/or permanent financing for multifamily residential housing. Composed of the Commissioner of the Department of Housing Preservation and Development as Chairperson, the Director of Management and Budget and the Finance Commissioner, all exofficio; and four public members, two appointed by the Mayor, and two by the Governor. Members continue to serve until a successor has been appointed.

Members Term Expires Jerilyn Perine, Chair .................................................... ex-officio Mark Page ................................................................... ex-officio Martha E. Stark ........................................................... ex-officio Harry E. Gould, Jr. .............................................. Dec. 31, 2003 Charles G. Moerdler .............................................. Jan. 1, 1999 Michael W. Kelly ................................................... Jan. 1, 2001 One Vacancy

Acting President­William Traylor Executive Vice President--Lisa A. Gomez Acting General Counsel--Joy Willig Acting Chief Financial Officer--Randi E. Gordon Senior Vice President--Teresa Gigliello NYC Residential Mortgage Insurance Corporation 110 William Street, 10th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 227-5500; Fax: (212) 227-6865 A subsidiary corporation of the New York City Housing Devel-

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opment Corporation and a public benefit corporation of the State of New York, established in 1993 under Section 654-d of the Private Housing Finance Law. REMIC encourages the investment of private mortgage capital in the acquisition, preservation, rehabilitation and construction of New York City's housing stock. Its primary responsibility is to insure mortgage loans made by the lending institutions on the residential properties located throughout the City of New York. Composed of the seven members of the New York City Housing Development Corporation and two additional public members appointed by the Mayor who continue to serve until a successor has been appointed.

Members Term Expires Jerilyn Perine,Chairperson .......................................... ex-officio Charles Laven*, Vice Chairperson ........................ Jan. 1, 1996 Mark Page ................................................................... ex-officio Martha E. Stark ........................................................... ex-officio Harry E. Gould, Jr. .............................................. Dec. 31, 1999 Bill Green ............................................................ Dec. 31, 1997 Charles G. Moerdler .............................................. Jan. 1, 1999 Michael W. Kelly ................................................... Jan. 1, 2001 Richard T. Roberts* .............................................. Jan. 1, 2002 One Vacancy

*Not a member of New York City Housing Development Corporation

President--Charles A. Brass Housing New York Corporation 110 William Street, 10th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 227-5500; Fax: (212) 227-6865 A subsidiary corporation of the New York City Housing Development Corporation and a public benefit corporation of the State of New York established in 1986 under section 654-c of the Private Housing Finance Law. HNYC issues bonds secured by excess revenues of the Battery Park City Authority to finance the Housing New York Program, a joint effort of the City and the State to produce housing for persons and families of low and moderate income. Composed of seven members, five of whom are members of the New York City Housing Development Corporation not appointed by the Governor and two of whom are appointed by the Governor.

Members Term Expires Jerilyn Perine, Chairperson ......................................... ex-officio Harry E. Gould, Jr., Vice Chairperson ................. Dec. 31, 1999 Mark Page ................................................................... ex-officio Martha E. Stark ........................................................... ex-officio

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M. Douglas Haywoode* ........................................ Jan. 1, 1991 Two Vacancies

*Not a member of New York City Housing Development Corporation

President--Charles A. Brass

DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING PRESERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

100 Gold Street, New York, NY 10038 NYC.gov/hpd 24 hour information and apartment maintenance hotline: Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 General Information (212) 863-8000 TTY, General Information (212) 863-7934 Automated Directory--Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Affordable Housing Hotline (English) (212) 863-5610 Affordable Housing Hotline (Spanish) (212) 863-5620 PLEASE DIRECT PRESS INQUIRIES TO Communications-- Assistant Commissioner Carol Abrams (212) 863-5176; Fax (212) 863-8071 The Commissioner, except as otherwise provided by law, shall plan, initiate, conduct, supervise, coordinate, review and evaluate City programs relating to urban renewal, publicly-aided housing, neighborhood conservation, the enforcement of all laws relating to the rehabilitation or maintenance of housing, and the management of property acquired by the City, for or devoted to housing or urban renewal purposes.

Jerilyn Perine, Commissioner. Salary $162,000 (212) 863-6100; Fax: (212) 863-6302

Executive Assistant to the Commissioner--Frances Barris (212) 863-6106 Chief of Staff--Barbara Flynn (212) 863-7901 Senior Policy Analyst - Arlene Conn (212) 863-7982 Special Counsel-Harold Shultz (212) 863-6070 Assistant Commissioner for Housing Policy Analysis & Statistical Research-Moon Wha Lee (212) 863-7940 Assistant Commissioner for Policy & Program AnalysisCalvin Parker (212) 863-8060 TECHNOLOGY Chief Information Officer/Associate Commissioner-- Cary Peskin (212) 863-6140 Chief Technology Officer--Nissim Baruch (212) 863-8173 ADMINISTRATION Assistant Commissioner--Bernard Schwarz (212) 863-6100

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BUDGET, FISCAL AFFAIRS AND ENGINEERING AUDIT Associate Commissioner--Diane Lipset (212) 863-5124 Budget, Assistant Commissioner --Vacant (212) 863-5085 Fiscal, Assistant Commissioner --Gary Weiss (212) 863-5651 Accounts Payable (212) 863-6287 Vendor Payment Liaison (212) 863-6201 Accounts Receivable (212) 863-6850 ERP Balance Information(212) 863-6020 RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT Assistant Commissioner--Ilene Popkin (212) 863-6195 HOUSING OPERATIONS First Deputy Commissioner--John Warren (212) 863-8566 Fax: (212) 863-8577 ENFORCEMENT SERVICES Associate Commissioner--Vito Mustaciuolo (212) 863-8600 Fax: (212) 863-8617 Emergency Repairs/Environmental Hazards Assistant Commissioner--Jose Torres (212) 863-7718 Building Registration Assistance (212) 863-7000 Borough Code Enforcement Offices: Manhattan/Staten Island: 560 W 133rd St, New York, NY 10027 (212) 234-7340 Bronx: 1932 Arthur Avenue, Bronx NY 10457 (718) 579-6770 Brooklyn: 701 Euclid Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11208 (718) 827-1921 Queens: 126-06 Queens Blvd. Kew Gardens, NY 11415 (718) 520-3424 SRO Compliance: (212) 863-8515 PROPERTY SERVICES Associate Commissioner--Luiz C. Aragon (212) 863-7001 Housing Education (212) 863-7126 Owner Services (212) 863-5300 ANTI-ABANDONMENT Assistant Commissioner--Michael Bosnick (212) 863-6712 Third Party Transfer, Director--Claudel Cayemittes (212) 863-6162 Borough Field Offices: Bronx: 151 East Tremont Avenue, Bronx, NY 10453 (718) 716-0210 Brooklyn: 210 Joralemon St., Room 804, Brooklyn, NY 11201

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(718) 802-4553 Manhattan: 105 East 106th St., Manhattan, NY 10028 (212) 423-5088 Queens/Staten Island: 120-55 Queens Blvd., Room 301A, Kew Gardens, NY 11424 (718) 286-2758 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Assistant Commissioner--Marie Philippeaux (212) 863-7087 Area Offices: Manhattan /Bronx: 94 Old Broadway, 7th Floor, NY NY Public Info Line (212) 694-2435 Brooklyn/Queens/Staten Island: 516 Bergen Street, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY Public Info Line (718) 636-3001 Alternative Management Programs Assistant Commissioner--AnneMarie Hendrickson (212) 863-7301 ARCHITECTURE, CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING Assistant Commissioner­Timothy Joseph (212) 863-7625 HOUSING SUPERVISION (MITCHELL-LAMA DEVELOPMENTS) Assistant Commissioner--Julie Walpert (212) 863-6500 TENANT RESOURCES Assistant Commissioner--Sharon Wurtzel (212) 863-8581 Section 8 Tenant Information (HPD assisted developments only) (212) 863-5251 Section 8 Owner Information (HPD assisted developments only) (212) 863-5001 Office of Planning and Intergovernmental Affairs Deputy Commissioner --Joseph Rosenberg (212) 863-5241 Fax: (212) 863-7450 Neighborhood Resources/Marketing/Housing Lotteries-- Rubin Wolf (212) 863-7979 LOCAL LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS Assistant Commissioner - Carol Clark (212) 863-5266 PLANNING SUPPORT SERVICES Assistant Commissioner--Walter Roberts (212) 863-8482 PROGRAM PLANNING Assistant Commissioner--Mary Bolton (212) 863-8492 Borough Planning Offices Bronx--151 E. Tremont Avenue (718) 716-0200

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North Brooklyn--315 Wyckoff Avenue (718) 386-5300 South Brooklyn--1360 Fulton Street (718) 398-7504 th Manhattan--105 East 106 Street (212) 289-7582 Queens/Staten Island--144-34 Hillside Ave (718) 739-1054 OFFICE OF DEVELOPMENT Deputy Commissioner-William Traylor (212) 863-6400 Fax: (212) 863-5045 Assistant Commissioner, Housing Finance - Aileen Gribbin (212) 863-5875 Assistant Commissioner, Special Needs Housing Timothy O'Hanlon (212) 863-6473 Assistant Commissioner, Homeownership - David Jackson (212) 863-6240 OFFICE OF COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS Deputy Commissioner­Kimberly D. Hardy (212) 863-5128 Fax: (212) 863-8907 OFFICE OF LEGAL AFFAIRS Deputy Commissioner/General Counsel--Matthew Shafit (212) 863-8686 Fax: (212) 863-8377 Landlord/Tenant Litigation--Carolyn Purcell (212) 863-8400 Procurement Services (Agency Chief Contracting Officer/ Assistant Commissioner)--Robin Annexstein (212) 863-6652 Records Access Officer (FOIL)­Don Appel (212) 863-8347 HOUSING LITIGATION Assistant Commissioner--Elizabeth Bolden (212) 863-8200 Fax: (212) 863-8201 INSPECTOR GENERAL Brian Foley, 2 Lafayette St., Room 1707, New York, NY 10007 (212) 442-0140

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES/ HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION

180 Water St., New York, NY 10038 HRA INFOLINE: (877) 472-8411 nyc.gov/html/hra The New York City Human Resources Administration (HRA) delivers social services that enable individuals and families to achieve their highest level of self-reliance. We are committed to enhancing the quality of life for all New Yorkers through the effective administration of a wide range of programs.

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Verna Eggleston, HRA Administrator/DSS Commissioner.

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Appointed December 31, 2001 Salary, $162,800 (212) 331-6000; Fax: (212) 331-6214 Chief of Staff -- David Hansell (212) 331-6225 First Deputy Commissioner, Constituent Services-- Patricia M. Smith (212) 331-6230 Executive Deputy Commissioner, Family Independence Administration--Seth W. Diamond (212) 331-6160 Executive Deputy Commissioner, Medical Assistance Programs--Iris R. Jimenez-Hernandez (212) 273-0001 Executive Deputy Commissioner, Finance Office-- Frances Abbadessa (212) 331-3980 Executive Deputy Commissioner, Policy and Program Development--Jane Corbett (212) 331-6170 Executive Deputy Commissioner, Program Reporting, Analysis & Accountability-- Swati Desai (212) 331-6070 Executive Deputy Commissioner, Staff Resources-- Jean Matthews (212) 331-3334 Executive Deputy Commissioner,/Agency Chief Contracting Officer, Contracts and Procurement-- Sandra Glaves-Morgan (212) 331-3434 General Counsel, Office of Legal Affairs--Richard O'Halloran (212) 331-6167 Acting Deputy Commissioner, HIV/AIDS Services Administration--Jane Corbett (212) 620-4644 Deputy Commissioner, Constituent and Community Affairs-- Burton Blaustein (212) 331-4640 Deputy Commissioner, Domestic Violence and Emergency Intervention Services --Cecile Noel (212) 331-4500 Deputy Commissioner, General Support Services-- Ralph Permahos (212) 331-5500 Acting Deputy Commissioner, Management Information Systems--Meyer Elbaz (212) 849-3305 Deputy Commissioner/ Medical Director, Health and Mental Health Services--Frank R. Lipton, M.D., 136 Church St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-4450 Acting Deputy Commissioner, Public Information and Communications--Carl R. Strange (212) 331-6200 Acting Director, Refugee & Immigrant Affairs-- Leslie Flynn-Hanft (212) 331-6056 Inspector General--Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030 Equal Employment Opportunity Officer/ Director, Disability Access and Compliance--Lilla Sexton (212) 331-5114 Family Independence Administration (FIA) 180 Water St., 25th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-6160 Provides employment services, food stamps, public

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assistance, and other income support services for New York City residents in order to assist them in leading independent lives. Executive Deputy Commissioner --Seth Diamond (212) 331-6160 Deputy Commissioner, Operations -- Vacant (212) 331-4100 Deputy Commissioner, Policy, Procedures and Training-- James K. Whelan (212) 331-6174 Fax: (212) 331-6150 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Administrative Support-- Adrienne Leaf (212) 331-4258 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Quality Assurance­ Rochelle L. Abdullah (212) 331-5713 Director, Contract Services­Vacant (212) 331-5848 BRONX, BROOKLYN, STATEN ISLAND REGIONAL OFFICES 180 Water St., 21st Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-5607; Fax: (212) 331-6286 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Operations -- Jacquelyn Flaum (212) 331-5608

Bronx

Regional Manager, Bronx -- Jean Ferrer (212) 331-5602; Fax: (212) 331-4462 Deputy Regional Managers: Kevin McGuire (212) 331-5165 Luz Torres (212) 331-5615 Barbara Mouzon (212) 331-5613 Clinton Holman (212) 331-5612 Job/Income Support Centers: Bergen (48)--434 E. 147th St. 10455 (718) 579-8600/1; Fax: (718) 579-8411/60 (Lori Parker, Director) Colgate TOP (32)­1209 Colgate Ave, Bronx, NY 10472 (Diane Rabain, Director) (718) 620-8883; Fax: (718) 589-2066 Concourse (45)--1365 Jerome Ave. 10452 (718) 590-7235/6; Fax: (718) 590-7225 (Raymond Garcia, Acting Director) Crotona (46)--1910 Monterey Ave. 10457 (718) 901-0220/1; Fax: (718) 901-5305 (Jessie Poli, Director) Melrose (40)--260 East 161st St. (718) 664-1010; Fax: (718) 664-1017 (Charles Kelly, Director) Rider (38)--305 Rider Ave. 10451 (718) 742-3989/3991; Fax: (718) 742-3638 (Elaine Darby, Director) Food Stamps:

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Concourse (F-3l)--260 E. 161st St. 10460 (718) 664-1010; Fax: (718) 664-1017 (Shirley Jordan, Manager) Tremont (F-33)--1716 Southern Blvd., 10460 (718) 901-5459; Fax: (718) 901-0334 (William O'Neal, Manager) Bergen (F-38) 414 E. 147th St., 10455 (718) 579-8627/8633 Fax: (718) 579-8411/8633 (Keith Raye, Manager)

Brooklyn

Regional Manager, Brooklyn--Patricia Garcia (212) 331-5617 Fax (212) 331-5359 Deputy Regional Managers: Brenda Hannah (212) 331-5508 Christina Maloney (212) 331-5677 Kevin Baldwin (212) 331-5557 Job/Income Support Centers: Bay Ridge (70)--6740 4th Ave. 11220 (718) 921-2001/2111 Fax: (718) 921-2111 (Roberta Hannah, Director) Bushwick (66)--30 Thornton St. 11206 (718) 963-5117; Fax: (718) 963-5039 (Margaret Youngblood, Director) Coney Island (63)--3050 West 21st St. 11224 (718) 333-3015/20; Fax (718) 333-3121 (Linda DeFalco, Director) DeKalb (64)--500 DeKalb Ave. 11205 (718) 636-2495/6; Fax: (718) 636-2784 (James Fields, Director) Euclid (78)--404 Pine St. 11208 (718) 827-3969/8/7; Fax: (718) 827-3967 (Angela Johnson, Director) Fulton (61)--215 Duffield St. 11201 (718) 237-6582/3; Fax: (718) 330-2498 (Juanita Isaac, Director) Greenwood (85)--275 Bergen St. (718) 694-8390; (Steve Dickerson, Director) Linden (67)--210 Livingston St. 11201 (718) 237-7249/50; Fax: (718) 237-7251 (Seth Gold, Director) Food Stamps: Boro Hall (F-23)--227 Schermerhorn St. 11201 (718) 722-4023/24; Fax: (718) 722-4057 (Doris Fludd, Manager) Brighton (F-28)--2865 W. 8th St., 11224 (718) 265-5612; Fax: (718) 265-5628 (Arlene Chapman, Manager) Coney Island (F-22) Medical Assistance Program-- 2865 W. 8th St. 11224 (718) 265-7679 Fax: (718) 265-7667 (Paula Caruso, Manager) Greene (F-20)--151 Lawrence St. 11201 (718) 448-5442/44; Fax: (718) 488-5439 (Richard Cardin, Manager) Greenwood (F-24)--253 Schermerhorn St. 11201 (718) 722-4044; Fax: (718) 722-4059

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(Rosalee Prince, Manager) Midwood (F-25)--1575 McDonald Ave. 11230 (718) 627-5582; Fax: (718) 627-5585 (Margaret Lane, Manager) New Utrecht (F-27)--1776 84th St. 11214 (718) 234-5093; Fax: (718) 234-5094 (Vacant, Manager) North Brooklyn. (F-26)--185 Marcy Avenue 11211 (718) 218- 6129; Fax: (718) 218-6100 (Andrew Monroe, Manager) Williamsburg (F-21)--30 Thornton St. 11206 (718) 963-5140; Fax: (718) 963-5146 (Katherine Holley, Manager)

Staten Island

Regional Manager, Staten Island -- Alex Tobkes (212) 331-5505: Fax: (212) 331-6292 Job/Income Support Center: Richmond (99)--201 Bay Street, St. George, S.I. 10301 (718) 390-5103/5163; Fax: (718) 390-6793/6784 (Lelar Daniel, (Acting) Director) Food Stamps: St. George (F-99 & F-51)--444 St. Marks Place, 1st Fl., Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 390-8418/8423 Fax: (718) 390-8417/8733 (Marixa Rivera-Cox, Manager) MANHATTAN, QUEENS, SPECIAL NEEDS REGIONAL OFFICES 180 Water St., 21st Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-5508; Fax: (212) 331-5523 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Operations -- Vacant (212) 331-5620

Manhattan Regional Manager, Manhattan -- Michael Kunin (212) 331-5615; Fax: (212) 331-5359

Deputy Regional Managers: Dale Moses (212) 331-5640 Gwen Taylor (212) 331-5627 Job/Income Support Centers: Dyckman (35)--4660 Broadway 10040 (212) 569-9626/7; Fax: (212) 569-9633 (Sandra Anderson, Director) East End (23) ­2322 Third Ave. 10025 (212) 860-6801; Fax: (212) 722-6314 (Toni Asendio, Director)

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Hamilton Job Center (28)--530 W. 135th St. 10031 (212) 690-8740; Fax: (212) 690-9379 (Gwen Wallace, Acting Director) St. Nicholas (26)--132 W. 125th St. 10027 (212) 666-4970/1; Fax: (212) 666-5568 (Martha Flores, Acting Director) Waverly (13)--12 W. 14th St. 10011 (212) 620-9421; Fax: (212) 620-9348 (Roger Jarvis, Director) Yorkville (19)--225 East 34th St. 10016 (212) 725-6525/6 Fax: (212) 725-7855 (Patricia Tapper, Director) Food Stamps: East End (F-02) 165 E. 126th St. 10035 (212) 722-2931 Fax: (212) 828-2916 (Yvonne Jones, Manager) St. Nicholas (F-14) -132 W. 125th St. 10027 (212) 666-8686; Fax: (212) 666-8142 (Manager) Union Square (F-1l)--109 E. 16th St. 10003 (212) 835-7583; Fax: (212) 835-7585 (Serena Reeves Cain, Manager) Washington Heights (F-13)--4660 Broadway 10040 (212) 569-9834; Fax: (212) 569-9833 (Katherine Holly, Manager)

Queens Regional Manager, Queens -- Adrienne Fleming (212) 331-4395; Fax: (212) 331-5716

Deputy Regional Managers: Vacant (212) 331-5652 Victoria Pitchford (212) 331-5678 Job/Income Support Centers: Family Services Call Center (17) 33-28 Northern Blvd., Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 392-6937/53 Fax: (718) 610-2922 (Delroy Linton, Director) Jamaica Job Center (54)--90-75 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica 11435 (718) 523-3066; Fax: (718) 523-4480 (Felicia Suluki, Director) Queens (53)--32-20 Northern Blvd., Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 784-6766/7; Fax: (718) 784-6116 (Linda Boyce, Director) Rockaway (79)--219 Beach 59th St., Far Rockaway 11692 (718) 318-4110/01; Fax: (718) 318-4190 (Noreen Bartolotta, Acting Director) Food Stamps: Jamaica (F-4l)--90-75 Sutphin Blvd., 4th Fl., Jamaica, NY 11435 (718) 523-6993; Fax: (718) 523-0093 (Paulette Gooding, Manager) Long Island City (F-43)--45-12 32nd Place, 1st Flr, LIC, NY 11101(718) 752-4500; Fax: (718) 752-4178

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(Vacant, Manager) Queens (F-53)--32-20 Northern Blvd., Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 784-6316; Fax: (718) 752-7977 (Susan Rand, Manager) Rockaway (F-79)--520 Beach 20th St., 1st Fl., Rockaway, NY 11691 (718) 337-6522; Fax: (718) 337-6504 (Bertha Fludd, Manager) Special Needs Regional Manager, Special Needs -- Greg Gomez (212) 331-5616: Fax (212) 331-8010 First Deputy Regional Manager--Rebecca Blanc (212) 331-5844; Fax: (212) 331-5461 Deputy Regional Manager­Dianne Robinson (212) 331-5661 Fax: (212) 331-5461 Tracking & Review Unit (TRU), Director­John Harrison (212) 835-7446 Fax: (212) 835-7422 Employment Reporting Unit (ERU), Director­Dorothy Davis (212) 835-0153 Fax: (212) 835-8757 Union Square (#39)--109 E. 16th St., 11th Floor New York, NY 10003 (212) 835-7361; Fax (212) 835-7265 (Richard Claudio, Director) Program Areas at USJC Substance Abuse Service Center (SASC), Case Management Program Manager­Margaret Rhoden (212) 835-7001 Fax: (212) 835-7265 Assessment, Program Manager­Perla Morris (212) 835-7816 Fax: (212) 835-8347 Personal Roads for Individual Development and Employment (PRIDE), Program Manager­Rachel Kelly (212) 835-8367 Fax: (212) 835-8132 Perfect Opportunity for Individual Skills and Educational Development (POISED), Program Manager­Perla Morris (212) 835-8342 Fax: (212) 835-7196 Residential Treatment Service Center (RTSC), Deputy Manager­Marcia Thomas(212) 896-8427 Fax: (212) 896-8757 Deputy Manager­Sheila Johnson-Solomon (212) 896-8886 Fax: (212) 835-8373 Senior Center (#84)­12 West 14th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, Deputy Director­Maude Baptiste (212) 352-2526 Substance Abuse Treatment Tracking & Review Service

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th th (TRU) 109 E. 16 St., 7 Fl., NY 10003 (212) 835-7446, ( John Harrison, Director) Veterans Service Center-25 Chap St. Brooklyn, NY (Anthony Imbo, Director) Housing & Homeless Services Regional Manager--Mark Glickson (212) 331-5507; Fax (212) 331-6290 Deputy Regional Manager--Evelyn Correa (212) 331-5506; Fax (212) 331-6291 Riverview JC #37 --1951 Park Ave, NY 10037 (212) 690-9229 Fax: (212) 690 9295, (Armando DelMoral, Director) Homeless Diversion--180 Water Street, 21st Floor, New York, NY10038 (212) 331-5532; Fax: (212) 331-6290 (Beatrice Adams, Director) Rental Assistance/Housing Court--180 Water Street, 21st Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-5531; Fax: (212) 331-6284 (Bruce Jordan, Director) Employment Incentive Housing Program (EIHP)-- 1951 Park Ave,NY 10037 (212) 690-9297 Fax: (212) 690-7951(Harold Anglade, Director) Landlord Ombudsman Team, 180 Water Street, 18th Floor (Ranti Makinde, Director) (212) 331-5927 Fax: (917) 639-0197 HRA OFFICE OF CHILD CARE 180 Water Street, 18th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Executive Director--Kay Hendon (212) 331-5989; Fax (212) 331-5853 Child Care Operations­Julie Ibanez, (212) 331-5988 Transitional Child Care­John Schild, (212)835-7123 Special Programs Manager­Constance Melville, (212) 3315987 Child Care Field Support Unit­Michael Bradley, (212) 3315985 EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT PROGRAMS 109 East 16th Street, 10th Fl., New York, NY 10003 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Employment Support Programs--Ellen Howard-Cooper (212) 331-5750; Fax: (212) 331-5737 Directors: BEGIN Managed Programs--Georgia Salley, Executive Director (212) 673-1901; Fax: 673-4175 Resource Development--Lauren Aronson (212) 845-5300;

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Fax: 533-8188 Welfare to Work--Charlotte Lightner (212) 835-7175; Fax: (212) 835-7158 Work Experience Management--Vacant (212) 835-7259; Fax: (212) 835-7268

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Workforce1 Career Centers--1-866-JOBS-NYC (562-7692) ONE STOP OPERATIONS 180 Water Street, Room 2006 New York, New York 10038 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Ellen Howard-Cooper (212) 331-5750; Fax (212) 331-5737 BUSINESS LINK 348 West 34th Street New York, New York 10001 Toll free: 1-877-585-JOBS (1-877-585-5627) nyc.gov/html/bizlink/home.html Executive Director­Judy Marcus (212) 643-2881 ext. 215 Director­Julie Ibanez (212) 643-2799 REDHOOK / NYCHA OFFICE 80 Dwight Street Brooklyn, N,Y. 11231 Director­David Ortiz, (718) 694-8507 OFFICE OF REFUGEE AND IMMIGRANT AFFAIRS 180 Water St., 22nd Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-4550; Fax: (212) 331-5994 HRA established the Office of Refugee and Immigrant Affairs (ORIA) to improve access for refugees, immigrants and limited English-speaking (LESA) applicants and participants to HRA programs and services. This office designs and implements a comprehensive set of strategies to ensure equal access and effective services to refugees, immigrants and other LESA individuals. ORIA ensures that LESA clients are served by bilingual staff or provided interpreter services and that selected HRA-developed client notices are translated in the languages most commonly read by HRA clients. Acting Director - Leslie Flynn-Hanft (212) 331-6056 Senior Program Manager - Karen Shaw (212) 331-3471 MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS (MAP) 330 W 34th St., 5th Fl., New York, NY 10001 Eligibility Information Services (212) 273-0047

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gency assistance to adults who are endangered as a result of a mental or physical impairment. Home Care Services Program Determines home care eligibility for special populations and provides home care services through contracted vendor agencies to New York City Medicaid recipients. Executive Deputy Commissioner--Iris R. Jimenez-Hernandez (212) 273-0001; Fax: (212) 643-3588 Acting First Assistant Deputy Commissioner-- Mary Hogan-Harper (212) 273-0095; Fax: (212) 643-3588 Chief of Staff--Richard Marin (212) 273-0012 Budget and Program Planning--Joan Caiazzo (212) 273-0090; Fax: (212) 643-3598 Medical Director--Bernard Zazula, M.D. (212) 630-1168; Fax: (212) 630-1177 Director, Child/Teen Health Program--Saadia Benjamin (212) 630-1139 Director, Restricted Recipient Program--Sam Morcos (212) 630-1089; Fax: (212) 630-9897 Director, Transportation--Phillip Corwin (212) 630-1488; Fax: (212) 630-1799 MAP Client Services and Recoveries Assistant Deputy Commissioner--Sam Morcos (212) 273-0022; Fax: (212) 643-3588 Director, Management Information Systems--Vacant (212) 273-0025; Fax: (212) 643-3881 Director, Recoveries--Sandra Bounty (212) 630-1574; Fax: (212) 630-1943 Supervisor, Restricted Recipient Program--Floyd Martin (212) 630-1089; Fax: (212) 630-1962 Director, Disability Services--Eileen Cunningham (212) 630-1488; Fax: (212) 630-1358 Director, Fair Hearings--Alice Rothbaum (212) 630-1059; Fax: (212) 630-9897 Director, Third Party Health Insurance--Kevin Robinson (212) 630-1958; Fax (212) 630-1164 Director, Transportation--Jacqueline Haynes (212) 630-1501; Fax: (212) 630-1799 MAP Community/Institutional Affairs Assistant Deputy Commissioner--Elaine Lynch (212) 630-1448; Fax: (212) 630-1969 Director, Nursing Homes--Gloria Ferreras (212) 630-1242; Fax: (212) 630-1937/1298 Director, Central Eligibility Division--Joyce Prever (212) 630-1446; Fax: (212) 630-1427 Director, Community Care Outstationed Eligibility--

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Bronx Bronx Lebanon Hospital--1276 Fulton Ave., lst Fl. 10456 (718) 588-2997 Jacobi Hospital ­Ambulatory care center (1st Floor) Pelham Parkway South and Eastchester Rd. 10461 (718) 597-4109 Lincoln Hospital--234 E. 149th St., Rm. B-75 10451 (718) 585-3224 Morrisania Hospital--1225 Gerard Ave. (Basement) 10452 (718) 960-2799 North Central Bronx Hospital--3424 Kossuth Ave., lst Fl., Rm. lA-05 10467 (718) 920-1070 Saint Barnabas Hospital--4422 Third Ave., Employee Bldg. 3rd Fl. 10457 (718) 960-6325 Brooklyn Boerum Hill Medicaid--35 4th Avenue (718) 623-7423/7424 Bushwick Medicaid--737 Flushing Ave., 4th Fl. 11206 (718) 963-5080 Coney Island Medicaid--30-50 W. 21st St., 11224 (718) 333-3000 Kings County Hospital--441 Clarkson and New York Ave. 11203, "T" Building (Nurses' Residence) 1st Fl. (718) 221-2300/2301 East New York Medicaid- 2094 Pitkin Avenue (basement) (718) 922-8292 Manhattan Bellevue Hospital--Administrative Building "G" Link 1st Fl., 446 First Ave. and 27th St. 10016 (212) 679-7424 Gouverneur Hospital--227 Madison St., 7th Fl., Rm. 732 10002 (212) 238-7790 Harlem Hospital--Pediatrics Bldg., 6-20 W. 137th St., Rm.130 10037 (212) 281-1240 Metropolitan Hospital--1901 1st Ave. and 97th St., 1st Fl. 10029 (212) 423-6583/7006 Presbyterian Hospital--622 W. 168th St., lst Fl. 10032 (212) 342-5102/5103 Queens

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Queens Hospital Center Medicaid Office, 82-68 164th Street, C N. Building-1st Floor Rm. 121, (718) 883-3774/3773 Elmhurst General Hospital--79-01 Broadway, "C" Bldg., 4th Fl. 11373 (718) 476-5904 Far Rockaway--220 Beach 87th St. 1st Fl. 11693 (718) 318-6581/6580 Jamaica Medicaid--90-75 Sutphin Blvd., 6th Fl. 11435 (718) 523-5699

Staten Island Staten Island Medicaid--350 St. Mark's Place, 1st Fl., 10301 (718) 720-2850

MAP Food Stamps: Ass't Deputy Commissioner-- Stu Eber (212) 273-0088 Citywide Center/ Homebound/Non-SSI/Mail/Phone (F-63)--151 Lawrence Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 488-5480; Fax: (718) 722-8859 (Sandra DeLeon, Manager) Residental Treatment/Group Homes (F-61)233 Schermerhorn Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 722-4639/43 (Lelia Haley, Director) SSI/Mail/Phone (F-15)--233 Schermerhorn Street, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 722-4604; Fax: (718) 722-4067 (Stephen Lokiec, Manager) MAP / INCOME SECURITY PROGRAMS: 330 West 34th St., New York, NY (212) 273-0088 Fax: (212)-643-3598 Assistant Deputy Commissioner-- Stu Eber (212) 273-0088 Medicaid Mail Renewal Program 330 West 34th St. New York, NY 10001- 2nd Floor Director- DeAnna Hart- (212) 630-0920 Fax: 212- 630-0935 Bronx/Manhattan/Staten Island Office- 340A West 34th St, 1st Floor, New York, NY 10001 Queens Mail Renewal Office- 33-28 Northern Boulevard, 6th Floor, Queens, NY 11101Site Manager- Karen Bebee (718) 610-3859 Fax (718) 610-3845 Centralized Eligibility and Reassessment Program 330 West 34th St. 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10001Director­Othello Skeete (212) 630-0917 Fax (212) 273-1059 MAP NPA/Food Stamp Programs:

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Ass't Deputy Commissioner--Stephen Lokiec (212) 630-1125; Fax: (212) 630-1026 Union Square Food Stamp Center (F-11) 109 East 16th St. 6th Floor- New York, NY 10003 Director--Serena Reaves-Cain (212) 835-7583 Fax: (212) 835-8131 SSI Food Stamp/Mail/Phone Center (F-15) 233 Schermerhorn Street, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Director ­ Milton Oliver (718) 722- 4882 Fax: (718) 722-4067 Coney Island Food Stamp Center (F-22) 2865 West 8th Street, 1st Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11224 Director ­ Paula Caruso (718)-265-7680 Fax (718) 265-7667 Greenwood Food Stamp Center (F-24) 253 Schermerhorn Street, 1st Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Director- Rosalee Prince (718) 722-4044 Fax (718) 722-4059 Rockaway Food Stamp Center (F-42) 520 Beach 20th Street, Far Rockaway, NY 11691 Director ­ Bertha Fludd (718) 337-6522 Fax (718) 337-6504 Richmond Food Stamp Center (F-51) 444 St. Marks Place, Staten Island, NY 10301 Director- Marixa Rivera-Cox (718) 390-8423 Fax ­ (718) 390-8733 Residential Treatment Facilities Food Stamp Center (F-61) 233 Schermerhorn Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Director--Roslyn Winns (718) 722-4640 Fax: (718) 722-4639 Citywide Center/Homebound/Non-SSI/Mail/Phone Food Stamp Center (F-63) 151 Lawrence Street, 5th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Director­Sandra Leon(718) 488-5480 Fax (718) 722-8859 MAP - HOME CARE SERVICES PROGRAM 309 East 94th St., New York, NY 10128 (212) 360-5315; Fax: (212) 426-5176 Determines home care eligibility for special populations and provides home care services through contracted vendor

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agencies to New York City Medicaid recipients. First Assistant Deputy Commissioner -- Bridget Simone (212) 360-5315; Fax: (212) 348-9312 Executive Assistant­Patricia Collins (212)426-3273 Director, Contract Services­Kathleen Tyler (212) 860-2170; Fax (212) 534-1893 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Management Planning & Technology-- Glauco Perez (212) 360-5305; Fax: (212) 426-5176 Director, Field Operations -- John Turley (212) 360- 5029/5034; Fax: (212) 348-7141 CASA (Community Alternative Systems Agency) Offices: CASA I, Xl - 1775 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10453 (718) 716-0800/1; Fax: (718) 716-0814 (Annette Holm Carela, Director) CASA II - 45-02 32nd Place, Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 752- 4455/4391; Fax: (718) 752-4348 (Aracelis Negron-Alvarez, Director) CASA III - 11 Park PI., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-4808; Fax: (212) 374-4805 (Michael McAllister, Director) CASA IV - 350 St. Marks PI., Staten Island, NY 11031 (718) 720-7385; Fax: (718) 720-6957 (Michelle Akyempong, Acting, Director) CASA V - 132 W. 125th St., New York, NY 10027 (212) 665-3233/1; Fax: (212) 666-6188 (Leroy Jones, Director) CASA VI, IX - 1 Hoyt St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 260-8363/4; Fax: (718) 260-8368 (Anthony Nnani, Director) CASA VII - 2865 W. 8th St., Brooklyn, NY 11224 (718) 265-5512/3; Fax: (718) 265-5571 (Ira Nosenchuk, Director) CASA VIII - 710 Hendrix St., Brooklyn, NY 11207 (718) 495-7637/8; Fax: (718) 495-7642 (Nilza Lopez, Director)

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CASA X - 92-31 Union Hall St., Jamaica, NY 11433 (718) 262-3450/1; Fax: 262-3453 (Sophia Williams, Director) MAP ­ ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES 400 Eighth Avenue, 6th Fl., New York, NY 10001 (212) 971-2710; Fax: (212) 971-2856 Provides emergency assistance to adults who are at risk as a result of a mental or physical impairment that prevents them from caring for themselves and protecting themselves from harm and who have no one in their lives who is willing and able to assist them. The agency helps endangered adults with legal and social protective services to enable them to continue living safely in the community. First Assistant Deputy Commissioner--Lin Saberski (212) 971-2710 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Staff Development and Quality Assurance-- Benjamin Antinori (212) 971-2864 Director of Information Technology-- Camillo Biener (212) 971-2860 Director of Program Operations--Geoff Rogers (212) 971-2855 Special Assistant, Director of Program Operations­ Marcie Serber (212) 971-2792 Director of Communications­Dan Devlin (212) 971-2858 Director of Training--Maureen Dorsey (212) 971-2853 Adult Protective Services Location Contacts: Central Intake ­ Rima Rivera, Director (212) 630-1868 330 West 34th Street, New York, NY 10001 Bronx ­ Patricia Jennings, Director (718) 944- 6248 815 Burke Avenue, Bronx, NY 10467 Brooklyn - Eileen Anderson, Director (718) 237-7454 103 Clinton Street ­ 6th Fl., Brooklyn, NY 11201 Manhattan ­ Patrick Tavares, Acting Director (212) 971-2077 400 Eighth Avenue ­ 5th Fl., New York, NY 10001 Queens ­ Bruce Smith, Director (718) 523-1480 90-75 Sutphin Blvd ­ 6th Fl., Jamaica, NY 11435 Staten Island­Elsie Jean-Baptiste, Director (718) 720-2801/04 350 St. Marks Place, Staten Island, NY 10301 Family Type Homes ­ Jerry Victor, Director (212) 971-2787 400 Eighth Avenue ­ 6th Fl., New York, NY 10001

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Finance Office 180 Water St., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-3980 Responsible for the Agency's financial operations and audit function. Executive Deputy Commissioner--Frances Abbadessa (212) 331-3980; Fax: (212) 331-5474 OFFICE OF BUDGET 180 Water St., 11th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-4040; Fax: (212) 331-3970 Responsible for preparation and monitoring of the agency's financial plans and budgets. Acting Deputy Commissioner - Frank Donno (212) 331-4040 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Budget Management ­ Tracy Green (212) 331-4064 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Operations­Vacant OFFICE OF FISCAL OPERATIONS 180 Water St., 11th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-4013; Fax: (212) 331-3970/3971 Responsible for financial operations of the agency including disbursements and collections; coordinates the preparation, submission and control of claims to the Federal and State governments in order to receive reimbursement for funds expended; and acts as chief accounting arm of the agency. Deputy Commissioner--Michelle Fouks (212) 331-4013 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Disbursement and Grant Accounting--Sherry Berkowitz (212) 331-4022 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Revenue and Reimbursement Accountability--Edward Norton (212) 331-3734 OFFICE OF REVENUE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT 180 Water St., 11th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-3978; Fax: (212) 331-5474 Responsible for revenue maximization, audit services and financial systems. Deputy Commissioner--Dan Lehman (212) 331-3978 Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Audit Services--Vacant

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Acting Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Revenue Development and Automation--Ellen Walker (212) 331-4074; Fax: (212) 331-5000 Office of Policy & Program Development 180 Water St., 25th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-6170; Fax: (212) 331-6156 Coordinates Policy agency-wide. Promotes public, private and not-for-profit initiatives to serve consumers of HRA services, remove barriers to employment, and foster self-sufficiency. Oversight for non-traditional disability benefit policy, and strategic planning. Executive Deputy Commissioner -- Jane Corbett (212) 331-6170 Director of Research & Policy Analysis--Edmund F. Dejowski (212) 331-6164 Director of Oversight of Disability Benefits ­ Lisa Bostroem (212) 331-6176 Office of Reporting & Accountability 180 Water St., 22nd Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-6077; Fax: (212) 331-5997 Provides analytic, research, and performance measurement expertise to the Administrator/Commissioner, program and support areas. Prepares performance indicators for the Mayor's Management Report. Manages high priority, Agency-wide projects and interagency projects. Responsible for HRA's legislative and policy analysis; state-mandated operations reporting, performance measurement, and data analysis. Executive Deputy Administrator-- Swati Desai (212) 331-6075; Fax (212) 331-5997 Executive Assistant-Angela Sheehan (212) 331-4679; Fax (212) 331-5997 Program Accountability-Joseph DeMartino, Director (212) 331-6088; Fax: (212) 331-6008 Operations Reporting­Barry H. Greene, Director (212) 331-6090; Fax (212) 331-6008 Data Analysis and Research-Director­Vacant (212) 331-6077 Management Planning-Director­Vacant (212) 331-6077 Office of Staff Resources 180 Water St., 5th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-3333; Fax: (212) 331-5458 Responsible for HRA's Personnel Management, EEO, Training and Labor Relations.

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Executive Deputy Commissioner--Jean Matthews (212) 331-3334 PROFESSIONALISM/ ACCOUNTABILITY/ INTEGRITY (PAI) 180 Water St., 2nd Fl., New York, NY 10038 Responsible for administering an incentive program where professionalism, accountability, and integrity (PAI) characterize communication among staff and customers. Coordinator, Karin Feldhamer (212) 331-3116; Fax (212) 331-4692 OFFICE OF PERSONNEL SERVICES 180 Water St., 5th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-3322; Fax: (212) 331-5458 Responsible for administering the agency's recruitment and employment processing, payroll administration, and timekeeping functions. Deputy Commissioner--Jane A. Roeder (212) 331-3320 OFFICE OF LABOR RELATIONS 180 Water St., 5th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-3340; Fax: (212) 331-3310 Responsible for the interpretation of labor relations agreements and administration of the contractual grievance procedure. Deputy Commissioner­Eric Washington (212) 331-3340 OFFICE OF CONTRACTS AND PROCUREMENT 180 Water St., 14th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-3434; Fax: (212) 331-5993 Responsible for HRA's contract processing, contract monitoring, and purchasing and materials management. Executive Deputy Commissioner/Agency Chief Contracting Officer (ACCO)-- Sandra Glaves-Morgan (212) 331-3434; Fax: (212) 331-5993 First Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer­ Raymond J. Frasene (212) 331-3435 Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer for Operations ­ Joseph D. Gioe (212) 331-3436 Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer for Contract Review­Regina Gunn (212) 331-3441

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OFFICE OF PURCHASING AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT 2 Washington St., 22nd Fl., New York, NY 10004-3409 (212) 480-6622; Fax: (212) 480-6014 Responsible for the Agency's procurement processes.

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Deputy Commissioner - Raymond J. Frasene (212) 480-6622 Director of Procurement - Peter P. Peta (212) 480-4212 Director of Procurement Fulfillment and Fiscal Administration­ Francois Joseph (212) 480-6617 Director of Administrative Services - Joan Caiazzo (212) 480-4163 OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL/ OFFICE OF LEGAL AFFAIRS 180 Water St., 25th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-6167; Fax: (212) 331-6136 Provides legal counseling, contract and litigation support services to the HRA Administrator/Commissioner and agency staff. General Counsel­Richard O' Halloran (212) 331-6167 Interim First Deputy General Counsel, Family and Adult Services­Percival Bailey (212) 331-6173 Executive Agency Counsel -- Percival Bailey (212) 331-6173 Deputy General Counsels: Family and Adult Services, Litigation and Counseling -- David Lock (212) 331- 5146 Civil Litigation, Liens and Recoveries­Howard Gibbs (212) 331-4812 Contract, Business and Commercial Law--James D. George (212) 331-5056 Employment Law -- Chi Mo (212) 331-5127 Records Access Officer -- Paul Ligresti (212) 331-4476 Public SolicitationOfficer­Lynda Parry (212) 331-5166 Office of Revenue and Investigation 250 Church Street, 3rd FL., New York, NY 10013 (212) 274-4740 Conducts investigations and participants and /or applicants for social services benefits with respect to eligibility and collects revenue owed to HRA. Acting Deputy Commissioner -- Peter Jenik (212) 274-4740 Assistant Deputy Commissioners:

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Mgt Operations & Support -- Sam Borkow (212) 331-5147 Investigations ­ Eric Plasa (Acting) (212) 274-4733 Revenue - Richard Siemer (212) 274-4724 Acting Executive Director Eligibility Verification Review ­ Betty Shubrick (718) 923-7988 Complaint of Suspected Fraud of Social Services Benefits (212) 274-5030/1/2 HIV/AIDS SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 12 West 14th Street, Fifth Floor, New York, NY 10011 (212) 620-4655 ; Fax: (212) 620-9280 Expedites access to the benefits, social services, and other assistance needed by persons living with HIV illness or AIDS, and their families. Deputy Commissioner-- Vacant Interim Deputy Commissioner ­ Jane Corbett (212) 620-4644 Executive Assistant--Sallie Adams-- (212) 620-4736 Directors: Division of AIDS Services--Assistant Deputy Commissioner-- Vacant Personnel, Contracts and Finance --Vacant Contracts ­ Deputy Director ­ Margaret McSheffrey (212) 337-1644 Procedures, Training & Community Affairs-- Peter Avitabile (212) 620-4667 Housing--John Ruscillo (212) 971-2089 Emergency Housing Services-- Alexis Thornton (212) 620- 9314 Planning, MIS and Quality Assurance--Aaron Goldberg (212) 620-4659 Management Information Systems-- John Figueroa (212) 620-5073 Fair Hearings/ Administrative Appeals & Eligibility Oversight-- John Maher (212) 620-9506 Deputy Director of Field Operations/Division of AIDS Services--Matthew Brune (212) 620-5490 Deputy Director of Field Operations/Division of AIDS Services--Patricia Jackson (212) 620-5128 Deputy Director of Field Operations/Division of AIDS Services Sharon Jordan (212) 620-9286 Serviceline--Information, Referral and Intake 400 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10001 (212) 971-0821/22; Fax: (212) 971-0820 Coordinator--Roxi Gomez (212) 971-0821 Bronx:

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Bergen Office­434 E. 147th St., Bronx, NY 10455 Center Director--Peter Uzamere (718) 579-8402 Fax: (718) 579-8668/8407 Grand Concourse Office, Center Director ­ Sandra Canady (718) 716-2687 Fax: (718) 716-3356 Kingsbridge Office - 260 E. 161st St., Bronx, NY 10456 Center Director--Dennis Velez (718) 664-1040 Fax: (718) 664-1052/1041 Brooklyn: Brownsville Office - 17 Hinsdale St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 Center Director--Jennifer Carroll (718) 923-5861 Fax: (718) 237-8173 Coney Island Office ­ 3050 West 21st Street, Brooklyn, NY 11224 Center Director ­ Samuel Salnave (718) 333-3340 Fax: (718) 333-3050 Greenwood Office - 88 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217 Center Director--Janice Scott (718) 694-8994 Fax: (718) 694- 8841 Manhattan: Amsterdam Office--400 8th Ave., New York, NY 10001 Center Director--Vacant (212) 971-2054 Fax: (212) 971-2924 Intensive Housing Services Unit-400 8 th Avenue, New York, NY 10001 Coordinator: Mensah Attikesse (212) 971-2723 Fax: (212)971-2972 St. Nicholas Office - 132 W. 125th St., New York, NY 10027 Center Director--Charles Perry (Acting) (212) 666-5004/11 Fax: (212) 666-6020 Waverly Office ­ 12 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10011 Center Director--Collette Pellino (212) 620-9308; Fax: (212) 620-9571 Queens: Queensboro Office--33-28 Northern Blvd., LIC, NY 11101 Center Director--William Millan (718) 626-8944; Fax: (718) 626-5524 / 267-2020 Staten Island: Staten Island Office - 201 Bay St., Staten Island, NY 10301 Center Director--Collette Pellino (212) 620-9308 ; Contact Person On-site: Octavia Allen (718) 390-8531 Fax: (718) 390-6771

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OFFICE OF CONSTITUENT AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS (OCCA) 180 Water St., 23rd Fl., New York, NY 10038

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(212) 331-4640; Fax: (212) 331-4686 Represents the Office of the Commissioner in dealing primarily with service-related and policy issues presented to the Agency by elected officials, community boards, advocates, clients, and the general public. Deputy Commissioner - Burton Blaustein (212) 331-4640 Assistant Deputy Commissioner - Barbara Ramirez Giove (212) 331-4634 Director, Office of Community Affairs/Special Projects­ Alberto O. Cappas (212) 331-3420 Director, Office of Burial Claims­JoAnn Orr (718) 722-8143 Director, Infoline­Gayl Lemons (718) 262-3150 OFFICE OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND EMERGENCY INTERVENTION SERVICES 180 Water St., 24th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-4500; Fax: (212) 331-4486 Crisis and Disaster Services (212) 331-4533 Heatline Program (212) 331-3150 Utility Assistance Program (212) 331-3140 Administers Human Resources Administration programs for victims of domestic violence, for vulnerable adults and families threatened with loss of heat and utilities, for victims of largescale disasters and emergencies, and social assessments for individuals with crisis needs. Deputy Commissioner - Cecile Noel (212) 331-4500 Executive Director of Domestic Violence ­ Marie Philip (212) 331-4535 Director of Emergency Services - Milagros Rosas (212) 331-4523 Food Programs and Policy Coordination ­ Lamaunda Maharaj (212) 331-4612 Director of HEAP - Delantheyia Evans (212) 331-4553 OFFICE OF GENERAL SUPPORT SERVICES 250 Church St., 15th Fl., New York, NY 10013 (212) 274-5200 Fax: (212) 274-5203 Responsible for providing capital construction planning, architectural and engineering services, construction, repair and maintenance, custodial, security, printing, archival and records management services of the agency through the Office of Design and Construction, Office of Facilities Operations, the Office of Security Services and the Office of Business and Communications Services Responsible for HRA's Land Use Review and operation of Multi-Service Centers.

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Deputy Commissioner--Ralph Permahos (212) 274-5200 Fax: (212) 274-5203

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Assistant Deputy Commissioners: Business & Communications Services, 180 Water Street, 22nd Fl., New York, NY 10038--Judith Mittelman (212) 331-6069; Fax: (212) 331-5995 Design and Construction, 250 Church St., New York, NY 10013-- Ranjit Kundu (212) 274-4848; Fax: (212) 274-6286 Facilities Operations, 250 Church St., New York, NY 10013-- James Neenan (212) 274-6400; Fax: (212) 274-6797 Land Use Review and Multi-Service Centers 250 Church St., 14th Fl., New York, NY 10013, Richard Litman (212) 274-5055; Fax: (212) 274-5060 Security Services, 250 Church St., 6th Fl., New York, NY 10013--James Conolly (212) 274-6063 Fax: (212) 274-5099 Facilities Management Services, 250 Church St., New York, N.Y. 10013, Caryn Fechter (212) 274-6600; Fax: (212) 274-6423 Office of Management Information Systems 111 8th Avenue, 6th Fl., New York, NY 10011 (212) 849-3300; Fax: (212) 849-3830 Provides a wide range of mainframe, minicomputer, microcomputer, PBX and applications development services to HRA component and support organizations, including calculation, generation and reconciliation of benefits; client data base for medicaid, public assistance, food stamps, and child welfare; computer generation of notices to clients; and production of management reports. In addition, MIS provides office automation and telecommunications support to the agency. Acting Deputy Commissioner--Meyer (Mike) Elbaz ( 212) 849-3305 Assistant Deputy Commissioners: Enterprise Networking--Sanford Cohen (212) 849-3310; Fax: (212) 849-3830 Information Resource Management--Andrew Jachniewicz (212) 849-3307; Fax: (212) 849-3830 Systems Development, Administrative Systems--Ben Low (212) 849-3303; Fax: (212) 849-3830 Systems Integration and Service Delivery--Lynn Bresler (212) 849-3301; Fax: (212) 849-3830 Directors: New Initiatives --Anna Stern (212) 849-3636; Fax: (212) 849-3830

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Computer Systems Services--Ralph Major III (212) 896-5678; Fax: (212) 896-5700 Systems Development, Benefit Issuance Systems-- Sheldon Cantor (212) 849-3618; Fax: (212) 849-3830 Systems Development, Services Systems-- George Kaposi (212) 849-3638; Fax: (212) 849-3830 OFFICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 180 Water St., Room 2502, New York, NY 10038 Responsible for public information and communications for the Human Resources Administration and it's component programs. Acting Deputy Commissioner­Carl R. Strange (212) 331-6200 Press Secretary ­ Frank Sobrino (212) 331-6200; Fax: (212) 331-6144 OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL 180 Water St., 2nd Fl., New York, NY 10038 (212) 331-3030; Fax: (212) 331-3308 Reports to the New York City Dept of Investigation and investigates allegations of employee criminality and illegal activities in the conduct of the agency's business. Inspector General - Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS (CCHR)

40 Rector St., New York, NY 10006 (212) 306-7500 Fax: (212) 306-7648 Relay Services (800) 421-1220 (English) (877) 662-4886 (Spanish) NYC.gov/cchr The New York City Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is a Charter-mandated agency that was established in 1955 under Local Law 55 as the Commission on Intergroup Relations. Following its renaming in 1962 to CCHR, the investigative and enforcement powers of the Commission were expanded. The law now prohibits discrimination in employment, housing (including lending practices) and public accommodations based on race, creed, color, age, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, gender (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation, disability (including HIV/AIDS status and related conditions), marital status, and retaliation. In 1993, the law was amended to prohibit bias-related harassment. The law also affords protection against discrimination in employment based on arrest and conviction record and to

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victims of domestic violence, and protection against discrimination in housing based on lawful occupation and family status. Patricia L. Gatling, Commissioner/Chair. Appointed January 5, 2002. (212) 306-7560 Fax: (212) 306-7595 Office of the Commissioner Deputy Commissioner of Law Enforcement Bureau-- Cliff Mulqueen (212) 306-7741 Deputy Commissioner of Law Enforcement Bureau-- Avery Mehlman (212) 306-7764 Deputy Commissioner of Public Affairs--Lee Hudson (212) 306-7773 General Counsel--Randolph E. Wills (212) 306-7440 Director of Public Information­Betsy Herzog (212) 306-7530 Law Enforcement Bureau Managing Attorney--Jennifer K. Siegel (212) 306-7423 Case status inquiries-- (212) 306-7436 Office of Docketing--(212) 306-7427 Intake--(212) 306-7450 Community Relations Bureau The Commission maintains Community Service Centers throughout the City to address complaints of discrimination and implement educational and enforcement programs that target accessibility, fair housing, employment and immigrant issues. Director of Community Service Centers--Harvey Fisher (212) 306-7510 Community Service Centers: Manhattan and Staten Island: 40 Rector St., 10th Floor, New York, NY 10006 (212) 306-5070 Brooklyn: 275 Livingston St., 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY11217 (718) 722-3130 Bronx: 1932 Arthur Ave., Room 203 A, Bronx, NY10457 (718) 579-6900 Queens: 136-56 39th Ave., Room 305, Flushing, NY 11354 (718) 886-6162 TDD: (212) 306-7589 (for the hearing impaired) Director of HIV Prison Project--Oscar Asencio (212) 306-7416

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NYC INDEPENDENT BUDGET OFFICE

110 William Street, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10038 (212) 442-0632; Fax: (212) 442-0350; Email: [email protected] www.ibo.nyc.ny.us The Independent Budget Office is a publicly funded agency dedicated to enhancing understanding of New York City's budget by providing non-partisan budgetary, economic and policy analysis for elected officials and the residents of the city. IBO publishes reports and responds to requests for information and analysis related to the city budget. The IBO director is appointed for a four year term, upon the recommendation of the Independent Budget Office Advisory Board, by a special committee comprised of a representative of the Borough Presidents, the Public Advocate, the City Comptroller and the City Council.

Ronnie Lowenstein, Director. Term expires July 31, 2006 (212) 442-0225 Deputy Director (Education, Health, Social Services, and Tax Policy)--George Sweeting (212) 442-8642 Deputy Director (Infrastructure, Environment, and Uniformed Services)--Preston Niblack (212) 442-0220 Deputy Director (Budget Projections)--Frank Posillico (212) 442-0222 General Counsel --Michael Rogovin (212) 442-0226 Chief of Staff --Kevin Koshar (212) 442-0227 Director of Communications and Publications -- Doug Turetsky (212) 442-0629 MIS Director --Michael Hartmann (212) 442-0341 Office Manager--Indera Segobind (212) 442-8615

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

11 Metrotech Center, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 403-8000 NYC.gov/doitt Established by Local Law No. 24, approved July 5, 1994, the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) is responsible for the City's effective utilization of existing and emerging voice, video, and data technologies. DoITT also operates NYC 3-1-1, the City of New York's non-emergency citizen service call facility; NYC.gov, the City of New York's web site; Crosswalks, the City's cable television network; administers telecommunications franchises and agreements for cable, public pay telephones, and high-capacity telecommunications networks;

Information Technology & Telecomm.

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Gino P. Menchini, Commissioner, Salary $162,800. Appointed December 28, 2001 (718) 403-8600 Fax: (212) 788-8627

Chief of Staff--Vacant Inspector General--Vincent E. Green (212) 825-2467 FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION 11 Metro Tech Center, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Fax: 718-403-8340 Associate Commissioner, Finance and Administration-- Margery Brown (718) 403-8984 Assistant Commissioner/CFO--John J. Winker (718) 403-8275 Contracts and Procurement Assistant Commissioner/ACCO--Joseph Maltese (718) 403-8506 Human Resources 11 Metro Tech Center, 5th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Fax: 718-403-8618 Assistant Commissioner, Human Resources--Reinalda Medina (718) 403-8320 Directors: Payroll/Timekeeping--Sylvia Johnson (718) 403-6757 Personnel--Robert Lorenzo (718) 403-6758 INFORMATION UTILITY 11 MetroTech Center, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 403-8300 Fax: 718-403-8340 Deputy Commissioner­Peter Tighe (718) 403-8100 Information Client and Network Support Service DOITT Client Call Center (718) 403-8888 Assistant Commissioner, Network Services­Joe Sorrentino (718) 403-8609 Managers: Field Services (Data)--Joseph Dispenza (718) 403-8605 Field Services (Voice)--Neville Smith (718) 403-8602 Circuit Provisioning--Ken Perry (718) 403-8231 Call Center Services--Rick Miner (718) 403-6730 Assistant Commissioner,Network Systems--Peter Lowery (718) 403-8630

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Network Security Officer­Dan Srebnick (718) 403-8610 Information Utility Operations Associate Commissioner--Thomas Geraci (718) 403-6704 Director, Mainframe Operations­Ivan Rosenberg (718) 403-6715 Information Utility Systems Associate Commissioner --Walter Shelley (718) 403-8604 Director, Database Technologies Transaction Systems, Adabas Support--Diane Sciabarra (718) 403-8639 Network Strategies Assistant Commissioner--Sidney Irgang (718) 403-8608 I-Net--Andrew S. Casey (718) 403-6729 Director, Telephony Strategic Planning and Implementation-- Brenda Krepol (718) 403-8261 Wireless Technologies Associate Commissioner--Steven Harte (718) 403-8540 Director, Wireless Telephony System--Robert Norton (718) 403-8237 Manager, 800 MHz Radio Systems--John Robertson (212) 669-2100 Senior Project Manager, Channel 16--Felix Melendez (718) 403-8278 OFFICE OF STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT 59 Maiden Lane, 33rd Floor, New York, NY 100038 Deputy Commissioner--Lawrence Knafo (212) 232-1100 Assistant Commissioner, Enterprise Application Development & Support--Lisa Lugo (212) 232-1104 Assistant Commissioner, Citywide Geographic Information Systems (GIS)--Alan Leidner (212) 232-1116 Director, Special Initiatives­Vacant Director, Enterprise Application Management and Support-- Diane Witek (212) 232-1042 Director, Enterprise Application Development­Marsha Kaunitz (212) 232-1114 Director, Content Strategy­Sean Collins (212) 232-1289 NEW YORK CITY 3-1-1 59 Maiden Lane, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Executive Director­Annette Heintz (212) 504-4458 Deputy Director­Kim Lancaster (212) 504-4472 OFFICE OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER 75 Park Place, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10007 Deputy Commissioner­Ronald Bergmann (212) 788-6645 Associate Commissioner­Ellen Stein (212) 788-2345

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Technology Coordination & Planning Assistant Commissioner, Project Support Services­Joseph Gallagher (718) 403-8409 CROSSWALKS TELEVISION NETWORK 1 Centre Street, Municipal Building, 28th Floor, New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-7400 Fax: (212) 669-8448 NYC.gov/crosswalks General Manager--Arick Wierson (212) 669-7463 FRANCHISE ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING/ OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL 11 MetroTech Center, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Fax: (718) 403-8508 Deputy Commissioner, Franchise Administration and Planning/ Special Assistant to the Deputy Commissioner-- Fernando DeGuia (718) 403-8214 General Counsel­Agostino Cangemi (718) 403-8076 Assistant Commissioner--Stanley Shor (718) 403-8223 Directors: Cable Engineering--Marvin Fields (718) 403-8228 Consumer Service--Gloria Levan (718) 403-8210 Public Pay Telephones and Enforcement--John Greaney (718) 403-8148 Public Pay Telephones Community Affairs-- Gabriel De La Pena (718) 403-8413 Public Pay Telephones Permitting--Paul J. McNicholas (718) 403-8698 Public Pay Telephones Audits and Review--Wayne Kalish (718) 403-8207 Cable Television Consumer Complaints NYC.gov/doitt Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 Public Pay Telephone Complaints NYC.gov/html/doitt Dial 311 or (212) NEW YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 Office of the General Counsel Assistant General Counsel--Debra Samuelson (718) 403-8505

DEPARTMENT OF INVESTIGATION

80 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038 (212) 825-5900 Complaint Number: (212) 825-5959 Fax: (212) 825-2823 NYC.gov/html/doi The Department of Investigation promotes and maintains integrity and efficiency in government operations. Through its Inspectors General and other investigative staff, the Department investigates and refers for prosecution City employees and contractors engaged in corrupt or fraudulent activities or unethical conduct.

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Investigations may involve any agency, officer, or employee of the City, as well as those who do business with, or receive benefits from, the City. The Department also analyzes and studies various aspects of the operation of City government to identify management practices, operations, and programs that can be improved. The Department provides the Mayor with recommendations for corrective actions to assist City agencies in the design and implementation of strategies to limit opportunities for criminal misconduct and waste.

Rose Gill Hearn, Commissioner. Appointed February 18, 2002. Salary $162,800.

First Deputy Commissioner--Elizabeth Glazer (212) 825-2841 General Counsel--Marjorie Landa (212) 825-2404 Deputy General Counsel­Michael Siller (212) 825-0646 NYPD/Special Investigator Squad, Commanding Officer-- Captain AnnMarie K. Connell Public Information Officer--Emily Gest (212) 825-5931 Records Access Officer--Elyse G. Hirschorn (212) 825-5937 Secretary to the Commissioner--Joann Consuegra (212) 825-7316 Investigations Division Fax: (212) 825-2505 Deputy Commissioner - Daniel D. Brownell (212) 825-2147 Special Counsel - Robert F. Roach (212) 825-5921 Assistant Commissioner/Correctional Services Unit Michael Caruso (212) 266-1900 Assistant Commissioner/Public Assistance, Grants & Housing Authority Unit - Steven A. Pasichow (212) 306-3354 Assistant Commissioner/Procurement, Real Property, Parks & Finance Unit/ Consumer Affairs­Vincent E. Green (212) 825-2467 Deputy Assistant Commissioner - Susan Ross (212) 825-2898 Chief Investigative Auditor - Yuval Hibshoosh (212) 825-6819 Citywide Informational Security Architecture Formulation Enforcement Unit, Acting Director - David VanderNaalt (212) 825-5282 Offices of the Inspectors General 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Fl., New York, NY 10038 For all other agencies/offices not specifically designated in the following listing, including non-Mayoral agencies, elected officials, public authorities. *Executive Offices & Non-Mayoral Agencies--Julia Davis, 80 Maiden Lane, 17th Fl., New York, NY 10038

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Dept. for the Aging 180 Water Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030 Dept. of Buildings 80 Maiden Lane, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Robert R. Roach (212) 825-5921 Dept. of Business Services 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Julia Davis (212) 825-5933 Administration for Children's Services 180 Water Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030 Dept. of Citywide Administrative Services 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General- Robert C. Joyce (212) 825-2470 Dept. of Consumer Affairs 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Fl., New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Vincent E. Green (212) 825-2467 Dept. of Correction 60 Hudson Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10013 Inspector General - Michael Caruso (212) 266-1900 Dept. of Cultural Affairs 180 Water Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030 Dept. of Design & Construction 80 Maiden Lane, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Ronald P. Calvosa Economic Development Corporation 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Julia Davis (212) 825-5933 Dept. of Employment 180 Water Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030

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Dept. of Environmental Protection 2 Lafayette Street, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10007 Inspector General - Clive Morrick (212) 442-0152

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Dept. of Finance 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Vincent E. Green (212) 825-2467 Fire Dept. 80 Maiden Lane, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - John P. McMahon (212) 825-2402 Dept. of Health 80 Maiden Lane, 17th Fl., New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Sam Amorese (212) 825-2801 Dept. of Homeless Services 180 Water Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030 New York City Housing Authority 250 Broadway, 28th Floor, New York, NY 10007 Inspector General - Steven A. Pasichow (212) 306-3354 Dept. of Housing Preservation & Development 2 Lafayette Street, Room 1707, New York, NY 10007 Inspector General - Brian Foley (212) 442-0160 Human Resources Administration 180 Water Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030 Dept. of Information Technology & Telecommunications 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Vincent E. Green (212) 825-2467 Dept. of Juvenile Justice 60 Hudson Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10013 Inspector General - Michael Caruso (212) 266-1900 Marshals' Bureau and Sheriff 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Keith Schwam (212) 825-5953 Dept. of Mental Health, Mental Retardation & Alcoholism Services 180 Water Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030 Dept. of Parks & Recreation 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Vincent E. Green (212) 825-2467

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Dept. of Probation 60 Hudson Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10013 Inspector General - Michael Caruso (212) 266-1900 Dept. of Records & Information Services 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Robert C. Joyce (212) 825-2470 Dept. of Sanitation 80 Maiden Lane, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - Robert F. Roach (212) 825-5921 Taxi & Limousine Commission 80 Maiden Lane, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General - John P. McMahon (212) 825-2402 (212) 825-5920 Dept. of Transportation 80 Maiden Lane, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General­Ronald P. Calvosa Dept. of Youth & Community Development 180 Water Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038 Inspector General­Gerard Hoey (212) 331-3030 Management and Budget Division Fax: (212) 825-2153

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Deputy Commissioner - Jan English (212) 825-5899 Background Investigation, Complaint Bureau and Vendex Unit Director­Peggy Tierney (212) 825-2266 Budget Officer - Jeffrey Goldstein (212) 825-2827 Corruption Prevention and Management Review Bureau ­ Vacant Facilities Planning and Management, Director James Manfredi (212) 825-2808 ACCO & Fiscal Services, Director - Kirk Eng (212) 825-2875 Information Technology, Director - Robert Rough (212) 825-2871 Referral & Follow-up, Director - Vacant (212) 825-0660 Internal Control, Director - Steven W. Scicere (212) 825-2825 Fingerprint Unit, Director - Carol Williams, 51 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 442-5070 Office Services, Director - Linda D. Maxwell (212) 825-2876 Payroll/Timekeeping, Director - Howard Knobler (212) 825-5939 Personnel Services, Director - Garland Toi Barreto (212) 825-5461

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Special Projects, Director - Ana E. Albino (212) 825-2400

DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE

365 Broadway, New York, NY 10013 (212) 925-7779 Fax: (212) 431-4874 TTY/TDD (212) 334-6873 email: [email protected] NYC.gov/nycdjj Established by Local Law No. 24 on July 1, 1979. Responsible for the establishment, operation and control of secure and nonsecure detention facilities for youth held for or at the discretion of the Family, Criminal or Supreme Courts. Agency also provides preventive services for at risk youth, aftercare services for youth released home from detention and placement.

Neil Hernandez, Commissioner. Salary $143,900. Appointed January 1, 2002. Ext. 254

Chief of Staff--Andrew Miller, Ext. 253 DIrector of Public Affairs­Scott Trent Ext. 205 Executive Assistant--Taman Paisley, Ext. 351 Secretary to the Commissioner--Savitree Balram, Ext. 250 General Counsel/Records Access Officer--Herman Dawson, Ext. 211 Deputy Counsel--Stacy B. Jacob, Ext. 215 Discipline--Emil T. Micha III, Ext. 336 EEO Officer--Tonia R. Haynes Ext. 229 Inspector General--Michael Caruso (212) 266-1900 Deputy Inspector General--Valerie Brown (212) 266-1988 ADMINISTRATION Deputy Commissioner for Administration & Policy-- Andrew A. Gonzalez Ext. 294 Assistant Commissioner for Administration/ACCO-- Harry T. Bavaro, Ext. 324 Administrative Directors: Budget--Lourdes Hernandez, Ext. 208 Financial Management--Linda McKay, Ext. 208 Fiscal--Charles Norman, Ext. 314 Human Resources--Nancy Romero Ext. 291 Management Information Systems--Melvin Hyatte, Ext. 347 Office Services--Mindy Roth, Ext. 239 Planning--Diane Firstman, Ext. 274 Procurement--Joan Gittens, Ext. 329

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OPERATIONS AND DETENTION Deputy Commissioner--Crystal Monge, Ext. 202 Assistant Commissioner--Oliver Pu-Folkes, Ext. 223 Assistant Commissioner, Programs--Nancy Giagnacova Ext. 217 Director, Program Services--Vacant, Ext. 352 Deputy Director Staff Education & Training Academy-- Roslyn White Ext. 227 Movement, Control and Communications Unit--Efrain Figueroa Ext. 226 and 353 Community-Based Intervention, Acting Director-- Marilyn Farmer, Ext. 241 SECURE DETENTION Bridges Juvenile Center--Intake/Admissions 1221 Spofford Avenue, Bronx, NY 10474 (718) 764-2700 Executive Director, Dennis Anyata (718) 764-2754; Fax (718) 589-5406 Director, Operations--Vacant (718) 764-2763 Deputy Director, Operations--Darlene Jorif (718) 764-2841 Director, Support Services--Anthony J. Ferguson (718) 764-2763 Director, Court Services­Susan Campos (212) 764-2849 Horizon Juvenile Center 560 Brook Avenue, Bronx NY 10455 (718) 292-0065 Fax: (718) 401-8815 Executive Director--Robert Boccio Ext. 149 Director, Operations--Eduardo Marcial, Ext. 145 Deputy Director, Operations--Patricia Williams Ext. 155 Director, Support Services--Brenda Crowder, Ext. 148 Crossroads Juvenile Center 17 Bristol Street, Brooklyn NY 11212 (718) 495-8160 Fax: (718) 495-8254 Executive Director--Donna Locke, Ext. 183 Director, Operations--Matthew J. Fasciano Ext.148 Acting Deputy Director, Operations­Marlon Forbes Ext. 144 Director, Support Services and Security--Steven Price Ext. 145 NON-SECURE DETENTION Executive Director, Migdalia Cortes, (212) 925-7779 Ext. 206 Fax (212) 431-6035

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Beach Avenue Intake Group House 1101 Beach Avenue, Bronx, New York 10472 (718) 597-3842 Fax (718) 518-7533 Acting Director, Sonia Galarza West 145th Street Group Home 410 West 145th Street, New York, NY 10031 (212) 690-0410 Fax (212) 862-5172 Director, Tyrone Washington

OFFICE OF LABOR RELATIONS

40 Rector St., New York, NY 10006 (212) 306-7200 Fax: (212) 306-7202 NYC.gov/html/olr Authorized by Executive Order 38 (February 7, 1967) and amended by Executive Order 13 (July 24, 1990), the Office represents the Mayor in the conduct of all labor relations between the City of New York and labor organizations representing employees of the City. The Commissioner serves on behalf of the Mayor as the City's liaison with both labor and management in the private sector. The Commissioner represents the Mayor before the Office of Collective Bargaining in representations and all other matters over which the Office of Collective Bargaining possesses jurisdiction assigned to it by the Collective Bargaining Law of New York City. Additionally, the Commissioner administers the Health Benefits Program, the Management Benefits Fund, the Citywide Employee Assistance Program, the Deferred Compensation Plan and the Medicare Reimbursement Program.

James F. Hanley, Commissioner. Salary $162,800. Reappointed January 22, 2002.

First Deputy Commissioner--Pamela S. Silverblatt General Counsel--Alan M. Schlesinger Director of Employee Benefits--Dorothy Wolfe Employee Health Benefits (212) 306-7300; TTY (212) 306-7753 Management Benefits Fund (212) 306-7390; TTY (212) 306-7629 Deferred Compensation (212) 306-7760; TTY: (212) 306-7707 Citywide Employee Assistance (212) 306-7660 Flexible Spending Accounts (212) 306-7760; TTY (212) 306-7707

Law Department

1 Centre Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-7700; Fax: (212) 669-7960 NYC.gov/html/landmarks

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LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISSION

Established in 1965 to protect the City's architectural and historic resources, the Commission identifies, designates, and regulates buildings, districts, sites, and interiors considered significant for their architectural, historic, cultural, or aesthetic qualities. The Commission consists of eleven members appointed by the Mayor, ten unsalaried. The membership must include at least three architects, a historian qualified in the field, a city planner or landscape architect, a realtor, and at least one resident of each of the five boroughs. Vacancies are filled for unexpired terms. The Chair and Vice Chair are designated by the Mayor.

Members Term Expires Robert B. Tierney, Chair .................................. June 28, 2004 Pablo E. Vengoechea (Planner) ........................ June 28, 2003 Christopher Moore ............................................. June 28, 2001 Sherida E. Paulsen ............................................ June 28, 1999 Thomas F. Pike .................................................... July 28, 2000 Vicki Match Suna (Architect) .............................. June 28, 2002 Meredith J. Kane (Realtor) ................................. June 28, 1997 Joan Gerner (Architect) ...................................... June 28, 2001 Richard M. Olcott (Architect) .............................. June 28, 1999 Jan Hird Pokorny ............................................... June 28, 2001 Robert B. Tierney, Chair. Salary $143,853. Appointed December 2002. (212) 669-7888 Executive Director--Ronda Wist (212) 669-7922 Director of Community & Govt. Affairs--Diane Jackier (212) 669-7923 Counsel--Mark Silberman (212) 669-7919 Deputy Counsel--John Weiss (212) 669-7921 Director of Preservation--Brian Hogg (212) 669-7944 Director of Research--Mary Beth Betts (212) 669-7801 Director of Enforcement--Lily Fan (212) 669-7952 Violations Officer--Bernadette Artus (212) 669-7951 Applications, Procedures and Designation Information/ Records Access Officer--Doris Hernandez (212) 669-7817 Assistant to the Chair--Heather A. McCracken (212) 669-7934

LAW DEPARTMENT

Office of the Corporation Counsel 100 Church St., New York, NY 10007-2601 (212) 788-0303 Fax: (212) 788-0367 NYC.gov/html/law

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Michael A. Cardozo , Corporation Counsel. Salary $162,899.The Corporation Counsel is also a member, exofficio, of the Board of Industrial Development Agency, Board of Construction, and Franchise and Concession Review Committee, the VoterAssistance Commission and the Commission on Public Information and Communication. (212) 788-0303

First Assistant Corporation Counsel--Jeffrey D. Friedlander (212) 788-0700 Chief Assistant Corporation Counsel--Leonard Koerner (212) 788-1010 Chief Litigating Assistant Corporation Counsel-- Lawrence S. Kahn (212) 788-0600 Managing Attorney--G. Foster Mills (212) 788-0300 Executive Assistant Corporation Counsel­Paul T. Rephen (212) 788-1200 Special Assistant Corporation Counsel--Gail Donoghue (212) 788-0500 Executive Assistant Corporation Counsel Emerita-- Edith I. Spivack (212) 788-0900 Communications Director--Kathleen O'Brien Ahlers (212) 788-0400 Equal Employment Opportunity Officer--Muriel Goode-Trufant (212) 788-8681 Secretary to the Corporation Counsel--Anne-Marie Yarde (212) 788-1285 Divisions: Administrative Law, Chief--Gabriel Taussig (212) 788-0813 Deputy Chief--Robin Binder (212) 788-0818 Deputy Chief, Code Enforcement--Deborah Rand (212) 788-0820 Administration, Chief--Malachy T. Higgins (212) 788-0308 Deputy Chief--Anthony Johnson (212) 788-0311 Affirmative Litigation, Chief--Gail Rubin (212) 788-0999 Deputy Chief--Eric Proshansky (212) 788-1324 Appeals, Chief--Leonard Koerner (212) 788-1010 Deputy Chief--Francis Caputo (212) 788-1055 Deputy Chief--Stephen McGrath (212) 788-1056 Commercial and Real Estate Litigation, Chief­ Eric Rundbaken (212) 788-1270 Deputy Chief--Jonathan Becker (212) 788-1280 Contracts and Real Estate, Chief--Daniel Muller (212) 788-0724 Deputy Chief--Steven Stein Cushman (212) 788-0730 Economic Development, Chief--Leonard Wasserman (212) 788-1333 Deputy Chief--Ellen Doskow (212) 788-1330

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Environmental Law, Chief--Susan Kath (212) 788-1587 Deputy Chief--Susan Amron (212) 788-1578 Family Court, Chief--Deborah Seidenberg (52 Duane St., New York, NY 10007-1207) (212) 442-6803 Deputy Division Chief --Nina Jody (212) 442-6860 Deputy Division Chief --Elizabeth Brady (212) 442-6832 Attorney-in-Charge for Child Support- Anne Schuman (212) 442-6834 Fax: (212) 442-6869 Citywide Sex Crimes Prosecution Unit, Chief-- Jolie Eisenberg (718) 590-6026 General Litigation, Chief--Thomas Crane (212) 788-0928 First Deputy Chief--Marilyn Richter (212) 788-0931 Second Deputy Chief--Jonathan Pines (212) 788-0933 Information Technology Division, Chief information OfficerJack Hupper (212) 788-0990 Director, Infrastructure -- Barbara Gramann (212) 788-1121 Inspector General Julia Davis (80 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10007)-- (212) 825-2890 Assistant Inspector General- Michael Healy (212) 825-5480 Labor & Employment, Chief- Georgia Pestana (212) 788-0862 Deputy Chief-- Paul Marks (212) 788-0884 Legal Counsel, Chief--Stephen Louis (212) 788-1079 Deputy Chief--Martha Mann Alfaro (212) 788-1084 Municipal Finance, Chief--Albert F. Moncure, Jr. (212) 788-1160 Deputy Chief--James McSpiritt (212) 788-0925 Operations, Director--Kenneth Majerus (212) 788-0373 Deputy Director--Jonathan Pinn (212) 788-0388 Pensions, Chief--James J. Dwyer (212) 788-0745 Deputy Chief--Anshel David (212) 788-0748 Special Federal Litigation, Chief--Muriel Goode-Trufant (212) 788-8681 Deputy Chief--Frances Sands (212) 788-0961 Tax and Bankruptcy Litigation, Chief--Rita Dumain (212) 788-0838 Deputy Chief, Condemnation--Vacant (212) 788-0680 Deputy Chief, Tax--Vincent D'Orazio (212) 788-0842 Tort, Chief--Fay Leoussis (212) 788-0462 First Deputy Chief--Ellen Lombardi (212) 788-0667 Deputy Chief--June Johnston (212) 788-0473 Deputy Chief--Steven Levi (212) 788-0670 Deputy Chief--David Santoro (212) 788-0510 Workers Compensation Chief --John Sweeney (350 Jay St., Brooklyn, NY 11201-2908), (718) 222-2101 Deputy Chief--Mindy Roller (718) 222-2103 Librarian--Catherine Fitzgerald (212) 788-1669 Director of Legal Recruitment and Development--

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Stuart Smith (212) 788-1687 Director of Professional Development--June Witterschein (212) 788-0455 Agency Chief Contracting Officer--Samuel Moriber (212) 788-0734 BRANCH OFFICES LAW DEPARTMENT Brooklyn: Tort--350 Jay St., Brooklyn 11201-2908 (718) 222-2001; Fax: (718) 222-2088 Borough Chief--Robert Kalish Deputy Borough Chief--Yolanda Guadagnoli Family Court--350 Jay St., Bklyn 11201-2908 (718) 222-2381; Fax: (718) 222-2372/3 Borough Chief--Ralph Sabatino Deputy Borough Chief--Beth Nedow Bronx: Tort--198 East 161 St., Bronx 10451-3513 (718) 590-6162; Fax: (718) 590-2686 Borough Chief-- Betty Lawrence Lewis Deputy Borough Chief-- Jeffrey Grossman Family Court--900 Sheridan Ave., Bronx,10451-3384 (718) 590-3255; Fax (718) 590-2699 Borough Chief--Ellen Greenberg Deputy Borough Chief--Kimberly Lennard Manhattan: Tort--Borough Chief--Maurine Netchin (212) 788-0645 Deputy Borough Chief--Barbara Moretti Family Court--52 Duane St., New York, NY 10007-1207 (212) 442-6800; Fax: 442-6868 Borough Chief--Alan Sputz Deputy Borough Chief--Eileen O'Hara Queens: Tort--89-17 Sutphin Blvd., 4th Fl., Jamaica, 11435-3710 (718) 206-4733; Fax (718) 206-4702 Borough Chief--Barbara McLean Deputy Borough Chief--Brian Cody Family Court--89-14 Parsons Blvd., Jamaica 11432-6000 (718) 658-0500; Fax: (718) 658-4025 Borough Chief--Jennifer Gilroy Deputy Borough Chief--Victoria Butler Staten Island: Tort--60 Bay St., S.I. 10301-2514 (718) 447-5983; Fax: (718) 981-4459 Borough Chief--Hugh Wolfe

Lower Manh. Dev. Corp.

Family Court--60 Bay St., S.I. 10301-2514 (718) 390-5395; Fax (718) 390-5338 Attorney-In-Charge--Rosemary Peyton

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Kingston, New York: Environmental Law-71 Smith Avenue, P.O. Box 1277, Kingston, N.Y. 12402 (845) 340-7561, Fax (845) 340-7564 Assistant Corporation Counsel - Linda Geary Tax and Bankruptcy-71 Smith Avenue, P.O. Box 1277, Kingston, N.Y. 12402 (845) 340-7560; Fax: (845) 340-7564 Assistant Corporation Counsel - Anthony Giardina

LOWER MANHATTAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (LMDC)

One Liberty Plaza, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10006 (212) 962-2300 Fax: (212) 962-2431 www.renewnyc.com The LMDC is a joint State-City corporation formed by the Governor and Mayor to oversee the rebuilding and revitalization of Lower Manhattan. The LMDC is governed by a 16-member Board of Directors -- eight appointed by the Governor, eight appointed by the Mayor.

Board Of Directors John C. Whitehead,Chairman Roland W. Betts Paul A. Crotty Lewis M. Eisenberg Dick Grasso Robert M. Harding Thomas S. Johnson Sally Hernandez-Pinero Edward J. Malloy E. Stanley O'Neal Billie Tsien Carl Weisbrod Madelyn Wils Deborah C. Wright Frank G. Zarb

President and Executive Director--Kevin Rampe Deputy to the Chairman and Secretary of the Corp-- Stefan Pryor Media Inquiries­(212) 587-9339 VP of Communications--Matthew Higgins

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OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

75 Park Pl., New York , NY 10007 (212) 788-5800 NYC.gov/html/omb Established by Section 225(b) of the New York City Charter, the Office is responsible for developing the Mayor's Preliminary and Executive Budgets, and for advising the Mayor on all policy issues affecting the City's fiscal stability and the efficiency of City services. The Director is also the Mayor's representative to the City's pension systems and serves on the following Boards: Francise and Concession Review Committee Industrial and Commercial Incentive Board Mayor's Pension Committee New York City Defferred Compensation Plan New York City Housing Development Corporation New York City Management Fund Advisory Board New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority New York City Residential Mortage Insurance Corporation New York City Transitional Finance Authority OTB site Selection Board TSASC, Inc. Voter Assistance Commission Jay Street Development Corporation

Mark Page, Director Appointed January 7, 2002 Salary $162,800 (212) 788-5900 First Deputy Director--Stuart Klein (212) 788-5904 Deputy Directo/General Counsel--Marjorie Henning (212) 788-5880 Deputy Director--David Rubenstein (212) 788-5891 Deputy Director--P. V. Anantharam (212) 788-5894 Deputy Director--Alan Anders (212) 788-5872 Deputy Director--Steven M. Levine (212) 788-5907 Associate Director--Charles Brady (212) 788-5864 Associate Director--Bud Larson (212) 788-5801 Associate Director--Mark Montgomery (212) 788-6013 Director of Administration--Carmela Piazza (212) 788-6101

MUNICIPAL CREDIT UNION

Admin. Office: 22 Cortlandt St., New York, NY 10007 New Accounts Unit: 22 Cortlandt St., NY, NY 10007 Account Info.: (212) 693-4900; Fax: (212) 766-5869 General Info.: (212) 238-3300 www.nymcu.org

NY Public Library

Branches: Manhattan--2 Lafayette St. Brooklyn--350 Jay St. Queens--90-15 Queens Blvd Elmont--1660 Hempstead Turnpike Bronx--326-28 East 150th St. Co-Op City--755 Co-Op City Boulevard Staten Island Branch--2546 Hylan Boulevard

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Membership is open to all New York City employees, New York State and Federal workers in the five boroughs and health care professionals in the State of New York. Dominic Morelli, Chairman (212) 238-3380 Joseph A. Guagliardo, Chairman Supervisory Committee (212) 238- 3380 The Supervisory Committee is responsible for oversight of MCU. Members with complaints regarding the credit union, its emloyees or practices shold contact the committee. All communications are investigated and confidential. President/Chief Executive Officer--William Porter (212) 238-3369 Chief Financial Officer/Chief of Staff--Kam Wong (212) 238-3339 Chief Operating Officer--Norman Kohn (212) 238-3375 Chief Marketing Officer--Charles M. Robbins (212) 238-3312 Chief Member Services Officer--Gerard Herrling (212) 238-3463 Chief Credit Officer--Ahmed Campbell (212) 238-3543 Chief Technology Officer--Barry Grant (212) 238-3540 Chief Personnel Officer--Kim Thompson (212) 238-3352 Chief Banking & Communications Officer--Carole Gonzalez (212) 238-3411 General Counsel--Thomas Siciliano (212) 238-3434

THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY

5th Ave. and 42nd St., New York, NY 10018-2788 (212) 930-0800 or 340-0849 www.nypl.org Please call or visit the New York Public Library's website for additional information on temporary closings or locations. Governed by a Board of forty-eight Trustees elected for threeyear terms, including the Mayor, Comptroller and Speaker of the City Council ex-officio. No salary.

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Officers of the Corporation: Hon. Chairman--Mrs. Vincent Astor, c/o The New York Public Library

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Chairman--Samuel C. Butler, c/o The New York Public Library Treasurer--Ralph E. Hansmann, c/o The New York Public Library Secretary--Sol Neil Corbin,Taylor,Colicchio & Silverman LLP 99 Park Ave., New York, NY 10016

President and Chief Executive Officer--Paul LeClerc FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer-- Michael Zavelle (212) 930-0745; Fax: (212) 930-9299 Senior Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer­ T. Dennis Sullivan (212) 592-7403; Fax: (212) 592-7440 EXTERNAL AFFAIRS Senior Vice President for External Affairs-- Catherine Carver Dunn (212) 930-0611; Fax: (212) 930-0983 Vice President for Government & Community Affairs-- Andrew H. Kimball (212) 930-0051; Fax: (212) 391-2503 Vice President for Communications & Marketing-- Nancy Donner (212) 704-8600; Fax: (212) 768-7439 COUNSEL Vice President, General Counsel and Assistant Secretary to the Corporation­Robert J. Vanni (212) 930-0744; Fax: (212) 391-2503 HUMAN RESOURCES Vice President for Human Resources--Priscilla J. Southon (212) 592-7302; Fax: (212) 592-7370 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Vice President--David Sturm (212) 621-0661; Fax: (212) 247-5848 OPERATIONS SUPPORT AND SERVICE Director and Chief Operations Officer--Robert Santos (212) 930-9203; Fax: (212) 398-1962 CAPITAL PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION Senior Vice President Capital Planning and Construction-- Norman Holman (212) 930-0071; Fax: (212) 764-2891 THE RESEARCH LIBRARIES Senior Vice President and Andrew W. Mellon Director of The Research Libraries­William Walker (212) 930-0709; Fax: (212) 869-3567

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HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES LIBRARY Fifth Avenue & 42nd St., New York, NY 10018 Director--Heike Kordish (212) 930-0711; Fax: (212) 869-3567 SCIENCE, INDUSTRY & BUSINESS LIBRARY 188 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016 Director--Kristin McDonough (212) 592-7080; Fax: (212) 592-7082 THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 40 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023-7498 Director--Jacqueline Z. Davis (212) 870-1643 SCHOMBURG CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN BLACK CULTURE 515 Malcolm X Blvd., New York, NY 10037 Director--Howard Dodson (212) 491-2200; Fax: (212) 491-6760 THE BRANCH LIBRARIES 455 5th Ave., New York, NY 10016 (212) 340-0892; Fax: (212) 689-3193 Senior Vice President & Director­Mary K. Conwell (212) 340-0893 Deputy Director--Mary Anne Corrier Fax: (212) 340-0894

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CENTRAL LIBRARY SERVICES Associate Director--Thomas J. Alrutz (212) 340-0834; Fax: (212) 679-5695 Andrew Heiskell Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, 40 W. 20th St., New York, NY 10011 (212) 206-5400;TTY/TDD: (212) 206-5458; Fax: (212) 206-5418 Donnell Library Center--20 W. 53rd St., New York, NY 10019 (212) 621-0618; TTY/TDD: (212) 621-0560; Fax: (212) 245-5272 Mid-Manhattan Library­455 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016 Fax: (212) 576-0048; TTY/TDD: (212) 576-0066 Hours: (212) 340-0833 The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Circulating Collections, 40 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023-7498 (212) 870-1618; Fax: (212) 870-1704 Science, Industry and Business Library, Circulating Collections, 188 Madison Ave, New York, NY, 10016 (212) 592-7000; Fax: (212) 592-7061

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The Branch Libraries--Borough of Manhattan Manhattan Borough Office 20 W. 53rd St., New York, NY 10019 (212) 621-0626; Fax: (212) 397-4688 Bonnie Birman, Associate Director

Aguilar--174 E. 110th Street, New York, NY 10029 (212) 534-2930 Bloomingdale Regional--150 W. 100th St., New York, NY 10025 (212) 222-8030 Chatham Square Regional--33 East Broadway, New York, NY 10002 (212) 693-2649 Columbus--742 Tenth Ave., New York, NY 10019 (212) 586-5098 Countee Cullen Regional--104 W. 136th St., New York, NY 10030 (212) 491-2070 Epiphany--228 E. 23rd St., New York, NY 10010 (212) 679-2645 Fifty-Eighth Street--127 E. 58th St., New York, NY 10022 (212) 759-7358 Fort Washington--535 W. 179th St., New York, NY 10033 (212) 927-3533 George Bruce--518 W. 125th St., New York, NY 10027 (212) 662-9727 Hamilton Fish Park--415 E. Houston St., New York, NY 10002 (212) 673-2290 Hamilton Grange--503 W. 145th St., New York, NY 10031 (212) 926-2147 Harlem--Temporary Site: 201 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., New York, NY 10026 (212) 666-9393 Hudson Park--66 Leroy St., New York, NY 10014 (212) 243-6876 Inwood Regional--4790 Broadway, New York, NY 10025 (212) 942-2445 Jefferson Market Regional--425 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10011 (212) 243-4334 Kips Bay--446 Third Ave., New York, NY 10016 (212) 683-2520 Macomb's Bridge--2650 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd. (Seventh Ave.), New York, NY 10039 (212) 281-4900 Morningside Heights--2900 Broadway, New York, NY 10025 (212) 864-2530 Muhlenberg--209 W. 23rd St., New York, NY 10001 (212) 924-1585 New Amsterdam--9 Murray St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 732-8186 Ninety-Sixth St. Regional--112 E. 96th St., New York, NY 10128 (212) 289-0908 One Hundred Fifteenth Street--Temporary Site: 201 Adam

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Clayton Powell Blvd., New York, NY 10026 (212) 666-9393 One Hundred Twenty-Fifth Street--224 E. 125th St., New York, NY 10035 (212) 534-5050 Ottendorfer--135 Second Ave., New York, NY 10003 (212) 674-0947 Riverside--127 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY 10023 (212) 870-1810 Roosevelt Island--524 Main Street, Roosevelt Island, NY 10044 (212) 308-6243 St. Agnes--444 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY 10024 (212) 877-4380 Seward Park--192 E. Broadway, New York, NY 10003 (212) 477-6770 (Reopening Summer 2003) Sixty-Seventh Street--328 E. 67th St., New York, NY 10021 (212) 734-1717; TTY: (212) 794-3854 Terence Cardinal Cooke-Cathedral--560 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10022 (212) 752-3824 Tompkins Square--331 E. 10th St., New York, NY 10009 (212) 228-4747 Washington Heights--1000 St. Nicholas Ave., New York, NY 10032 (212) 923-6054 Webster--1465 York Ave., New York, NY 10021 (212) 288-5049 Yorkville--222 E. 79th St., New York, NY 10021 (212) 744-5824

The Branch Libraries--Borough of the Bronx Bronx Borough Office 2556 Bainbridge Ave., Bronx, NY 10458 (718) 579-4200; Fax: (718) 295-3726 Mary Elizabeth Wendt, Associate Director

Allerton--2740 Barnes Ave., Bronx, NY 10467 (718) 881-4240 Baychester Regional--2049 Asch Loop N., Bronx, NY 10475 (718) 933-6700 Castle Hill--947 Castle Hill Ave., Bronx, NY 10473 (718) 824-3838 City Island--320 City Island Ave., Bronx, NY 10464 (718) 885-1703 Clason's Point--1215 Morrison Ave., Bronx, NY 10472 (718) 842-1235 Eastchester--1385 E. Gun Hill Rd., Bronx, NY 10469 (718) 653-3292 Edenwald--1255 E. 233rd St., Bronx, NY 10466 (718) 798-3355 Fordham Library Center--2556 Bainbridge Ave., Bronx, NY 10458 (718) 579-4244; TTY: (718) 733-4315; Fax: (718) 579-4264

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Francis Martin Regional--2150 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (University Ave.), Bronx, NY 10453 (718) 295-5287 Grand Concourse--155 E. 173rd St., Bronx, NY 10457 (718) 583-6611 High Bridge--78 W. 168th St., Bronx, NY 10452 (718) 293-7800 Hunt's Point Regional--877 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY 10459 (718) 617-0338 Jerome Park--118 Eames Pl., Bronx, NY 10468 (718) 549-5200 Kingsbridge Regional--280 W. 231st St., Bronx, NY 10463 (718) 548-5656 Melrose--910 Morris Ave., Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 588-0110 Morrisania--610 E.169th St., Bronx, NY 10456 (718) 589-9268 Mosholu--285 E. 205th St., Bronx, NY 10467 (718) 882-8239 Mott Haven--321 E. 140th St., Bronx, NY 10454 (718) 665-4878 Parkchester Regional--Closed for Renovation Pelham Bay--3060 Middletown Rd., Bronx, NY 10461 (718) 792-6744 Riverdale--5540 Mosholu Ave., Bronx, NY 10471 (718) 549-1212 Sedgwick--1701 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (University Ave.), Bronx, NY 10453 (718) 731-2074 Soundview--660 Soundview Ave., Bronx, NY 10473 (718) 589-0880 Spuyten Duyvil--650 W. 235th St., Bronx, NY 10463 (718) 796-1202 Throg's Neck--3025 Cross Bronx Expw'y Ext., Bronx, NY 10465 (718) 792-2612 Tremont--1866 Washington Ave., Bronx, NY 10457 (718) 299-5177 Van Cortlandt--3874 Sedgwick Ave., Bronx, NY 10463 (718) 543-5150 Van Nest--2147 Barnes Ave., Bronx, NY 10462 (718) 829-5864 Wakefield--4100 Lowerre Pl., Bronx, NY 10466 (718) 652-4663 West Farms--2085 Honeywell Ave., Bronx, NY 10460 (718) 367-5376 Westchester Sq.--2521 Glebe Ave., Bronx, NY 10461 (718) 863-0436 Woodlawn Heights--4355 Katonah Ave., Bronx, NY 10470 (718) 519-9627 Woodstock--761 E. 160th St., Bronx, NY 10456 (718) 655-6255

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The Branch Libraries--Borough of Staten Island Staten Island Borough Office 5 Central Ave., Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 442-8562; Fax: (718) 442-1571 Robert Bellinger,Associate Director

Dongan Hills--1617 Richmond Rd., Staten Island, NY 10304 (718) 351-1444 Great Kills--56 Giffords Lane, Staten Island, NY 10308 (718) 984-6670 Huguenot Park--830 Huguenot Ave., Staten Island, NY 10312 (718) 984-4636 New Dorp Regional--309 New Dorp Lane, Staten Island, NY 10306 (718) 351-2977 Port Richmond--75 Bennett St., Staten Island, NY 10302 (718) 442-0158 Richmondtown-200 Clark Ave, Staten Island, NY 10306 (718) 668-0413 St. George Library Center--5 Central Ave., Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 442-8560; TTY/TDD: (718) 816-6634; Fax: (718) 447-2703 South Beach--21-25 Robin Road, Staten Island, NY 10305 (718) 816-5834 Stapleton--132 Canal St., Staten Island, NY 10304 (718) 727-0427 Todt Hill--Westerleigh Regional--2550 Victory Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 494-1642 Tottenville--7430 Amboy Rd., Staten Island, NY 10307 (718) 984-0945 West New Brighton--976 Castleton Ave., Staten Island, NY 10310 (718) 442-1416

NYC OFF-TRACK BETTING CORPORATION

1501 Broadway, New York, NY 10036 Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK A public benefit corporation established by the New York State Legislature in 1970 for the purpose of operating a system of pari-mutuel off-track betting within the City of New York for the benefit of the City and State of New York. Consists of a five member Board of Directors. Salary of the President $162,781. Board members are unsalaried, but receive $200 per day spent in attendance at meetings or otherwise in the work of the Corporation, to a maximum of $2,400 per year.

Board of Directors David Cornstein, Chair Michael D. Hess, Vice-Chair

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Paula M. Dagen John S. Siffert John A. Crotty

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Corporate Officers President--Raymond V. Casey (212) 704-5101 Executive Vice President Operations­Vacant Executive Vice President for Legal Affairs and General Counsel--Ira Block (212) 221-5200. Ext. 5311 Executive Vice President/Chief Financial Officer--Vacant Chief of Staff­Norman Dion (212) 704-5104 Senior Vice President for Administration/Intergovernmental Affairs­Denise DePrima (212) 704-5107 Senior Vice President of New Business/Real Estate/Facilities/ Community Affairs--Denis McManus (212) 221-5200, Ext. 5583 Senior Vice President of Media--Ronald Ceisler (212) 221-5200, Ext. 5012 Vice President of Administration/Secretary to the Corporation--Doreen Wong (212) 704-5124 Inspector General--Robert Unger (212) 704-5642 Executive Director of Security­Brian Fitzpatrick (212) 221-5200 Ext. 5371

NYC OFF TRACK BETTING SITE SELECTION BOARD

75 Park Pl., Rm. 8-W5, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-6144 Authorized by Article VI of the New York State Racing, PariMutuel Wagering & Breeding Law. Composed of the Director of Management and Budget, Director of City Planning, Commissioner of Citywide Administrative Services, Comptroller, and with respect to a branch office located wholly or partly within a borough, the President or Presidents of the borough or boroughs in which the proposed site is located. Members Director, Office of Management and Budget--Mark Page Comptroller--William C. Thompson, Jr. Director, City Planning--Amanda M. Burden Commissioner, Citywide Administrative Services-- Martha K. Hirst President, Borough of the Bronx--Adolfo Carriõn, Jr. President, Borough of Brooklyn--Marty Markowitz President, Borough of Manhattan--C. Virginia Fields President, Borough of Queens--Helen M. Marshall President, Borough of Staten Island--James P. Molinaro

Parks & Recreation, Dept. of

Secretary--Paul Tymus

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The Arsenal, Central Park, New York, NY 10021 (212) 360-8111; Fax: (212) 360-1FAX(1329) NYC.gov/parks Arsenal West (AW) 24 W. 61st St., New York, NY 10023 (212) 830-7700; (212) Fax: 830-7777 Arsenal North (AN) 1234 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10029 (212) 360-2700; (212) Fax: 360-2754 Olmsted Center (OC) Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Flushing, NY 11368 (718) 760-6600; Fax: (718) 760-6666 Parks Information/Complaint Hotline-(Live-24 hrs.) and Special Events Line (Recording) Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK TTY/TDD: 1 (800) 281-5722 The Department of Parks & Recreation, continued by Local Law No. 7 of 1976, is the successor agency to the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Administration (1968) and the city-wide Department of Parks (1934). Prior to the tenure of Commissioner Robert Moses (1934-60), the city's parks were under the jurisdiction of five borough park commissioners. The agency's principal mission is to assure that the parks, beaches, playgrounds, stadia, marinas, recreation facilities, gardens, malls, squares and public spaces of the City of New York are clean, safe and attractive for the health and enjoyment of the people. As of January 16, 2003, there were 28,626 acres of city parkland. Parks is responsible for street trees, park flora and fauna, community gardens, historic houses, statues and monuments, open space, conservation and nature study. It develops management and restoration policy to protect and enhance the City's wetlands, woodlands and meadows. It conducts activities in athletics, physical fitness, environmental education, visual and performing arts and crafts. Special programs are provided for senior citizens, teenagers, pre-schoolers, the disabled and the homeless (Charter, sec. 533). The Commissioner of Parks & Recreation is a member, in most cases ex-officio, of the Boards of Directors, Trustees or Managers of the following agencies or institutions: State: New York State Park, Recreation and Historic Preservation Commission for the City of New York, Hudson River Valley Greenway; State-Municipal: Hudson River Park Trust; Municipal: City Parks Foundation, Council on the Environment of NYC, Historic House Trust of New York City, NYC Soil and Water Conservation District; Bronx: NYZS/Wildlife Conservation Society (Bronx Zoo), New York Bo-

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tanical Garden, Wave Hill, Friends of Van Cortlandt Park; Brooklyn: Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Prospect Park Alliance; Manhattan: American Museum of Natural History, Big Apple Circus, Bryant Park Restoration Corporation, Central Park Conservancy, Gracie Mansion Conservancy, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of the City of New York, New York Shakespeare Festival, Riverside Park Fund; Queens: Alley Pond Environmental Center, New York Hall of Science, Queens Botanical Garden, Queens County Farm Museum, Queens Museum of Art, Southern Queens Park Association; Staten Island: Alice Austen House, Greenbelt Conservancy, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, S.I. Botanical Garden, S.I. Children's Museum, S. I. Historical Society, S.I. Institute of the Arts and Sciences, S.I. Zoological Society.

Adrian Benepe, Commissioner. Appointed February 4, 2002. Salary $162,800. (212) 360-1305; Fax: (212) 360-1345

Deputy Commissioner, Capital Projects--Amy L. Freitag. Appointed March 25, 2002. (718) 760-6602 Deputy Commissioner, Management & Budget-- Robert L. Garafola. Appointed February 14, 1986. (212) 360-1302 Deputy Commissioner, Public Programs--Kevin Jeffrey. Appointed April 2, 2002. (212) 360-1381 Deputy Commissioner, Operations--Liam Kavanagh. Appointed February 18, 2002. (212) 360-1307 Assistant Commissioners: Capital Projects­Nancy Barthod (718) 760-6810 City-Wide Services--Jack T. Linn (212) 360-1316 Community Relations­Edward J. Lewis (212) 360-1360 Revenue--Joanne G. Imohiosen (212) 360-3404 Counsel--Alessandro G. Olivieri (212) 360-1314 Chief Fiscal Officer--David L. Stark (212) 360-8265 Assistant to the Commissioner--Lesley D. Webster (212) 360-1312 Senior Advisor to the Commissioner--Christopher Osgood (212) 360-1309 Chief of Staff--Laura Gaul (212) 360-1363 Secretary to the Commissioner--Myra Sylman (212) 360-1305 Staff Assistant to the Commissioner-- Dana Rubinstein (212) 360-1303 Dorothy DeLauro (212) 360-1343 Directors: E-Government--Andrew Wilson (212) 360-1398 Government Relations--Allison Wenger (212) 360-1389

Parks & Recreation, Dept. of

Public Information--Megan Sheekey (212) 360-1311 Inspector General--Vincent E. Green, 80 Maiden Lane, 16th Fl., New York, NY 10038 (24 hrs.) (212) 825-2468

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Operations Deputy Commissioner--Liam Kavanagh (212) 360-1307 Chief of Operations--Keith Kerman (212) 360-8228 Chief of Technical Services (Acting)--Arthur Rollins, Five Borough Shops, Randall's Island, New York 10035 (212) 410-8905 Chief of Forestry and Horticulture--Fiona Watt (718) 760-6811 Chief of Parklands--Jane P. Cleaver (212) 360-3441 Deputy Chief of Parklands--Ira A. Steinberg (212) 360-3411 Chief of Planning--Joshua Laird (212) 360-3402 Director of Field Operations--James Sattler (212) 360-1308 Project Managers-- Jonathan Ells (212) 360-1368 Sean Williams (212) 360-1328 Parks Advocate--Seth Blau (AN) (212) 360-1411 Water Safety--Richard Sher (212) 397-3157 The Boroughs The Bronx--Ranaqua, Bronx Park, Bronx, NY 10462 (718) 430-1800; Fax: (718) 430-1818 Borough Commissioner--Dorothy Lewandowski (718) 430-1801 Chief of Operations--John Bachman (718) 430-1867 Deputy Chiefs of Operations--Paul D'Amore (718) 430-1836 Thomas Russo (718) 430-1837 Chief of Recreation--Iris N. Rodriguez (718) 430-1858 Chief of Staff--Michelle Martell (718) 430-1854 Chief of Administrative Services--Susan Lonergan (718) 430-1813 Pelham Bay Park & Van Cortlandt Park Administrator-- Eileen Boyle (718) 430-1890 Brooklyn--Litchfield Villa, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY 11215 (718) 965-8900; Fax: (718) 965-8989 Borough Commissioner--Julius Spiegel (718) 965-8920 Chief of Operations--Charles Gili (718) 965-8971 Deputy Chief of Operations--Lynda Ricciardone (718) 965-8915 Chief of Recreation--Michael Dockett (718) 965-6980 Chief of Staff--Martin G. Maher (718) 965-8917 Chief of Administrative Services--Joanne Coniglio (718) 965-8925 Prospect Park Administrator--Tupper W. Thomas

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(718) 965-8951 Manhattan--Arsenal West, 24 West 61st St., New York, NY 10023 (212) 408-0100; Fax: (212) 408-0202 Borough Commissioner--William T. Castro (212) 408-0201 Chief of Operations--Namshik Yoon (212) 408-0212 Deputy Chiefs of Operations--Margaret Asaro Peeler (212) 408-0215 Lawrence Scoones (212) 408-0211 Chief of Recreation--Chris Clouden (212) 408-0205 Deputy Chief of Recreation--Chris Caropolo (212) 408-0243 Chief of Staff--Elizabeth Ripotola (212) 408-0110 Chief of Administrative Services--Ellen Fricault (212) 408-0225 Director of Special Events--Eric Peterson (212) 408-0112 Central Park Administrator--Douglas Blonsky (212) 360-8236 Riverside Park Administrator--K C. Sahl (AW) (212) 408-0264 Battery Park Administrator--Warrie L. Price, One New York Plaza, New York, NY 10004 (212) 344-3491 Queens--The Overlook, Forest Park, Kew Gardens, NY 11415 (718) 520-5900; Fax: (718) 520-5959 Borough Commissioner--P. Richard Murphy (718) 520-5905 Flushing Meadows-Corona ParkAdministrator--Estelle Cooper (OC) (718) 760-6565 Chief of Operations-- Jacqueline Langsam (718) 520-5923 Deputy Chiefs of Operations--Philip Sparacio (718) 520-5907; Lee Henry (718) 520-5925 Chief of Recreation--Laura Gili (718) 520-5936 Chief of Staff--Joanne Amagrande-Savarese (718) 520-5905 Chief of Administrative Services--Janice A. Melnick (718) 520-5991 Forest Park Administrator--Debby Kuha, Oak Ridge, One Forest Park, Woodhaven, NY 11421 (718) 235-4151 Staten Island--Stonehenge, Clove Lakes Park, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 390-8000; Fax: (718) 390-8080 Borough Commissioner--Thomas A. Paulo (718) 390-8004 Chief of Operations--Geraldine Lawless (718) 390-8006 Deputy Chief of Operations--Christine Rumpf (718) 390-8013 Director of Recreation--Mary Cali (718) 390-8020 Chief of Administrative Services--Michael Molinari

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(718) 390-8009 Greenbelt Administrator--Adena Long, High Rock Park, 200 Nevada Ave., Staten Island, NY 10306 (718) 667-2165 Legal Counsel--Alessandro G. Olivieri (212) 360-1314 Records Access Officer­Amy Kleitman (212) 360-1355 Capital Projects Olmsted Center, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Flushing, NY 11368 (718) 760-6600; Fax: (718) 760-6666 Deputy Commissioner--Amy L. Freitag (718) 760-6602 Assistant Commissioner­Nancy Barthold (718) 760-6810 Chief of Design--Bonnie Koeppel, R.A. (718) 760-6606 Chief Engineer--John J. Natoli, P.E. (718) 760-6725 Chief of Management/Counsel--Mary F. Pazan (718) 760-6789 Chief of Staff--Vacant (718) 760-6717 Deputy Counsel--Maurice Dobson (718) 760-6746 Bronx Boro Team Leader--Raymundo Gomez, R.L.A. (718) 760-6696 Brooklyn Boro Team Leader--David E. Martin (718) 760-6642 Manhattan Boro Team Leader--Michael Bolger, R.L.A. (718) 760-6621 Queens Boro Team Leader--Angelyn Chandler, R.A. (718) 760-6717 Staten Island Boro Team Leader--Michael Browne, R.L.A. (718) 760-6636 Directors: Survey & Engineering--Stephen DesNoyer, R.L.A. (718) 760-6617 Data Systems & Project Tracking--Jesse Brackenbury (718) 760-6698 Landscape Architecture--David Carlson, R.L.A. (718) 760-6613 Architecture--Vincent Colangelo, R.A. (718) 760-6659 Specifications & Estimates--Celia M. Petersen, R.L.A. (718) 760-6700 Art Landmarks Coordinator--Amie Uhrynowski (212) 760-6605 Director of Historic Houses--Therese Braddick (212) 360-8203 Director of Art & Antiquities--Jonathan Kuhn (212) 360-3410 MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET Deputy Commissioner--Robert L. Garafola (212) 360-1302

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Budget Chief Fiscal Officer--David L. Stark (212) 360-8265 Deputy Chief of Fiscal Management--Allan Berg (212) 360-8255 Deputy Chief of Fiscal Management--Frank D'Ercola (212) 360-8266 Chief of Staff--Ed Feldman (212) 360-8261 Directors: Labor Relations--Joseph Trimble (212) 360-8209 Operations and Management Planning--Laura Sullivan (212) 360-8234 Telecommunications--Arthur J. Pirozzi, Jr. Randall's Island, New York, NY 10035 (212) 410-8965 Grants--Dawn Byfield (212) 360-8251 Audit--Francisco Carlos (212) 360-8132 Engineering Audit--John Gaweda, R.A. (OC) (718) 760-6583 Management Information Systems--Martin Brenner (AW) (212) 830-7911 Permits--Adam Seidner (212) 360-8245 Revenue Assistant Commissioner--Joanne G. Imohiosen (212) 360-3404 Director of Concessions--Ronald C. Lieberman (212) 360-3406 Assistant Director of Revenue--Mark Feinstein (212) 360-3425 Assistant Director of Revenue--Charles Kloth (212) 360-3426 Administration Chief of Administration--Parmod Tripathi (212) 830-7951 Directors: Payroll, Facilities and Benefits--Elizabeth Perez (AW) (212) 830-7811 Purchasing & Accounting--Brian Mills (212) 830-7952 Facilities Managment­Mohammad Shoaib (212) 830-7961 Human Resources Director, Personnel­David Terhune (AW) (212) 830-7851 Director, Parks Career Training--Jill Weber (212) 830-7711 EEO Hearing Officer--Lesley D. Webster (212) 360-1312 Work Experience Program--Samara Epstein (212) 360-8153 Training (Parks Academy)--Michael Crescenzo (OC) (718) 760-6588 Marketing & Special Events Chief of Marketing & Corporate Sponsorship--Elizabeth Smith

Parks & Recreation, Dept. of

(212) 360-1366 Director--Katherine Langhammer (212) 360-8244 PUBLIC PROGRAMS Deputy Commissioner--Kevin Jeffrey (212) 360-1381 City-Wide Services Assistant Commissioner for City-Wide Services-- Jack T. Linn (212) 360-1316 Chief of Correspondence--Mary Elizabeth Purcell (212) 360-1318 Director, Community Resources--Jill Mainelli (212) 360-1378 Arsenal and Zoo Garage--Robert Schiavone (212) 360-8117 Parks Library­John Mattera (212) 360-8240 Partnership for Parks Director--Peter Crumlish (212) 360-1310 Director of Operations--Dana Litvak (212) 360-8120 Outreach Coordinators: Bronx--Maria Luisa Cipriano (718) 430-4641 Brooklyn--Lauren Sullivan (718) 965-8992 Manhattan--Mary Price 408-0214 Queens--Ernestine Ward (718) 520-5913 Staten Island--Frank Filatro (718) 390-8016 Green Thumb (Community Gardens) 49 Chambers Street, Room 1020, New York, N.Y. 10007 Director--Edith S. Stone (212) 788-8075 Recreation Director of Central Recreation--Emily Brennan (212) 360-8244 Golf and Tennis--Mike Silverman (OC) (718) 699-4225 Aquatics--John Hutchins (OC) (718) 699-4219 Urban Park Service Chief of Urban Park Service--Alexander R. Brash (AN) (212) 360-2781 Director, Parks Enforcement Patrol--Richard P. Gentles (AN) (212) 360-2778 Director, Central Communications--Elizabeth Holmes, 313 Broome St., New York, NY (646) 613-1200 Director, Urban Park Rangers--Sara Hobel (AN) (212) 360-2774 Director of Natural Resources Group--William Tai (AN) (212) 360-1425

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Deputy Director of Natural Resources Group--Michael Feller (AN) (212) 360-1424 Facilities Under the Jurisdiction of Parks & Recreation Stadia William A. Shea Municipal Stadium 123-01 Roosevelt Avenue, Flushing, NY 11368 (718) 699-4220 Home of the New York Mets; World Champions, 1969 &1986 Yankee Stadium 157th Street and Ruppert Place, Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 992-1634 Home of the New York Yankees; World Champions 26 times, 1923 to 2000 USTA National Tennis Center Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Flushing, NY 11368 (718) 760-6200 Home of the U.S. Open (Aug. 25-Sept. 7, 2003) Keyspan Park Surf Ave. bet. W 17th and 19th Sts., Brooklyn, NY 11224 (718) 449-8497 Stadium Permits (212) 669-4220 Stadium Special Events (718) 699-4220 Golf Courses Bronx Mosholu--West of Jerome Ave. near E. 213th St., in Van Cortlandt Park (718) 655-9164 Pelham--Shore Road and Split Rock Road (718) 885-1258 Split Rock--Pelham Bay Park, between Shore and Split Rock Roads (718) 885-1258 Van Cortlandt--Van Cortlandt Park So., north of Bailey Ave. (718) 543-4595

Brooklyn Dyker Beach--7th to 12th Aves. south of 86th St. (718) 836-9722 Marine Park--Flatbush Ave. between Ave. U & Belt Parkway (718) 338-7113 Queens Clearview--23rd Ave. & 202nd St. (718) 229-2570 Douglaston--Commonwealth Blvd. & Marathon Parkway (718) 224-6566

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Forest Park--Park Lane So., Union Turnpike, Myrtle Ave. and Jackie Robinson Parkway (718) 296-0999 Kissena--Booth Memorial Ave., Fresh Meadows Road & 164th St. (718) 939-4594

Staten Island LaTourette--Forest Hill Road, Rockland Ave. and London Road (718) 351-1889 Silver Lake--Victory Blvd., Park Road and Forest Ave. (718) 447-5686 South Shore--Huguenot Ave., Rally St., Marcy Ave., Alverson Ave. and West Shore Expressway (718) 984-0101

Pitch-Putt Golf Course Flushing Meadows Corona Park--east of U.S. Tennis Center (718) 271-8182 Golf Driving Range Golden Bear Driving Center--In Alley Pond Park, north of Northern Blvd., east of Alley Creek, west of Douglaston Pkwy., Queens (718) 225-9187 Turtle Cove--In Pelham Bay Park, north of City Island Rd., Bronx (718) 885-2646 Randall's Island Family Golf Center--North of Downing Stadium (212) 427-5689 Ice Skating Rinks Manhattan Wollman Rink--Central Park, mid-park at 63rd St. (212) 439-6900 Lasker Rink--Central Park, East Drive at 106th St. (212) 534-7639 Brooklyn Kate Wollman Rink--Prospect Park, east of the lake (718) 282-7789 Abe Stark Rink--W.19th St.-Boardwalk, Coney Island (718) 946-6536

Queens World's Fair Skating Rink--New York City Bldg., Flushing Meadows Corona Park (718) 271-1996 Staten Island S.I. War Memorial Rink--Victory Blvd., Clove Lakes Park (718) 720-1010

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Recreation Centers Manhattan Alfred E. Smith--80 Catherine St. (212) 285-0300 Asser Levy--23rd St. and Asser Levy Place (212) 447-2020 Carmine--7th Ave. and Clarkson St. (212) 242-5228 Fifty-four East (closed)--342 E. 54th St. (212) 397-3154 Fifty-nine West--533 W. 59th St. (212) 397-3159 Hamilton Fish--129 Pitt St. at E. Houston (212) 387-7688 Highbridge--Amsterdam Ave. and W. 173rd St. (212) 740-3866 Jackie Robinson--89 Bradhurst Ave at 147th St. (212) 234-9606 J. Hood Wright Senior Center--Fort Washington Ave. and W. 173rd St.(212) 927-1514 (Open) J. Rozier Hansborough, Jr.--35 W. 134th St. (212) 234-9603 North Meadow--Central Park, mid-park at 97th St. (212) 348-4867 Pelham Fritz--Mt. Morris Park West and 122nd St. (212) 860-1380 Thomas Jefferson--2180 1st Ave. at 112th St. (212) 860-1383

Bronx Crotona Park--1591 Fulton Ave. at Crotona Park East (718) 731-0984 Hunt's Point--765 Manida St. at Lafayette Ave. (718) 860-5544 Kingsbridge Heights--3101 Kingsbridge Terrace (718) 884-0700 St. Mary's--St. Ann's Ave. and E.145th St. (718) 402-5155 Mullaly--Jerome Ave. and W. 164th St. (718) 822-4382 Owen Dolen Senior Center--E. Tremont and Westchester Aves. (718) 822-4282 St. James Senior Center--2530 Jerome Ave. at 193rd St. (718) 822-4271 West Bronx--1527 Jesup Ave. at 172 St. and Cross Bronx (718) 293-5934 Williamsbridge Oval--3225 Reservoir Oval at East 208th St. and Bainbridge Ave. (718) 543-8672 Brooklyn Von King--670 Lafayette and Tompkins Aves. (718) 622-2082 Red Hook--155 Bay and Henry Sts. (718) 722-3211 Sunset--7th Ave. and 43rd St. (718) 965-6533 Betsy Head--Hopkinson and Livonia Aves. (718) 965-6581 St. John's--Prospect Place bet. Troy and Schenectady Aves. (718) 771-2787 Fort Hamilton Senior Center--Ft. Hamilton Pkwy. and

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101st St. (718) 439-4296 Brownsville--1555 Linden Blvd. at Mother Gaston Blvd. (718) 345-2706; (718) 485-4633 Metropolitan Pool--261 Bedford Ave. at Metropolitan Ave. (718) 559-5707

Queens Det. Keith Williams (Liberty Park)--173rd St. and 106th St. (718) 523-6912 Elm-Cor--33-16 108th St. (718) 651-0096 Lost Battalion Hall--93-29 Queens Blvd. (718) 263-1163 Louis Armstrong--107-20 Northern Blvd. At 108th St. (718) 446-8010 Playground For All Children--111-01 Corona Ave., next to Hall of Science (718) 699-8283 Roy Wilkins--Merrick Blvd. and 119th Ave. (718) 276-8686 Sorrentino--18-48 Cornaga Ave. (718) 471-4818 Passarelle REACH Program--Flushing Meadows-Corona Park (718) 699-4213 Staten Island Cromwell--Pier 6 and Hannah St. (718) 390-8014 DeMatti Playground--434 Tompkins Ave. (718) 816-5256 McDonald Playground--775 Forest Ave. (718) 816-5254

Tennis Courts (Open from April 5, 2003 to November 30, 2003)

Manhattan Number of Courts 30 Central Park--93d St. near West Drive (212) 280-0205 12 East River Park--at Broome St. (212) 387-7678 9 Inwood Hill Park--207th St. and Seaman Ave. (212) 304-2381 8 Frederick Johnson Playground--151st St. east of 7th Ave. (212) 234-9609 11 Randall's Island--East and Harlem Rivers (212) 860-1827 10 Riverside Park--Riverside Drive and W. 96th St. (212) 496-2006 10 Riverside Park--Riverside Drive and W. 119th St. (212) 496-2006 10 Fort Washington Park--Hudson River at 170th St. (212) 3 04-2322

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(718) 822-4502 6 Haffen Park--Hammersley, Ely & Gunther Aves. (718) 379-8347 16 Mullaly Park--E. 164th St. and Jerome Ave. (718) 992-0238 10 Pelham Bay Park--Bruckner Blvd. and Middletown Rd. (718) 822-4451 10 St. James Park--Jerome Ave. and E. 193d St. (718) 822-4167 6 Seton Park--W. 232nd to 235th St., Palisade and Independence Aves. (718) 601-6044 4 Van Cortlandt Park--Stadium W. 241st St. and Broadway (718) 822-4335 8 Van Cortlandt Park--Woodlawn, W. 233d St. and Jerome Ave. (718) 519-1380 8 Williamsbridge Oval--E. 208th St. and Bainbridge Ave. (718) 822-4508

Brooklyn 8 Bensonhurst Park--Cropsey Ave. & Bay Pkwy. (718) 946-5048 6 Ft. Greene Park--DeKalb & S. Portland Aves. (718) 722-3218 4 Ft. Hamilton H.S. Playground--Colonial Rd. & 83rd St. (718) 439-4295 10 Ft. Hamilton Park--Shore Rd. & 98th St. (718) 439-4295 8 Gravesend Playground--18th Ave. & 56th St. (718) 965-6502 13 Brooklyn/Queens Highland Park--Playground, Jamaica Ave. & Elton St. (718) 235-4378 12 Kaiser Playground--Neptune Ave. & W. 25th St. (718) 946-4349 7 Kelly Playground--Ave. S & E.14th St. (718) 946-1373 9 Leif Ericson Park--8th Ave. & 66th St. (718) 439-4295 8 Lincoln Terrace Park--Buffalo & Rochester Aves. (718) 771-1693 6 Manhattan Beach--Oriental Blvd. (718) 946-1373 15 Marine Park--Fillmore Ave. & Stuart St. (718) 965-6551 7 McCarren Park--Driggs Ave. & Lorimer St. (718) 965-6580 8 McKinley Park--7th Ave. & 75th St. (718) 439-4299 9 Lucille Ferrier--Bay 8th St. & Cropsey Ave. (718) 439-4295 8 Linden Playground--Linden Blvd. & Vermont St. (718) 927-2059 7 Playground--McDonald Ave. & Ave. S (718) 946-1373 4 Playground--Shore Rd. & 95th St. (718) 439-4295 2 Friends Field--Ave. L & East 4th St. (718) 965-6502

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10 Prospect Park Parade Ground--Coney Island Ave. (718) 438-3435 May-Oct., (718) 436-1200 Nov.-Apr.

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Queens 14 Astoria Park--21st St. & Hoyt Ave. (718) 626-8622 8 Juniper Valley Park--62-45 71st Street (718) 326-2877 8 Flushing Memorial Park--149th St. & 25th Ave. (718) 461-3695 12 Kissena Park--Rose & Oak Aves. (718) 520-5359 20 Cunningham Park--Union Tpk. & 193rd St. (718) 217-6452 1 Equity Park--89th Ave. & 90th St. (718) 235-0684 10 Crocheron Park--215th Place & 33rd Ave. (718) 225-2620 4 Baisley Park--155th St. & 118th Ave. (718) 520-5314 6 Rochdale Park--Guy Brewer Blvd. & 134th Ave. (718) 978-1364 10 Liberty Park--Liberty Ave. & 173rd St. (718) 978-1364 2 St. Albans Park--Merrick Blvd. & 172nd St. (718) 978-1364 16 Alley Pond Park--Grand Central Parkway & Winchester Blvd. (718) 217-6725 6 Brookville Park--Brookville Blvd. & Southern Pkwy. (718) 217-6725 8 Edgemere Park--Alameda Ave. bet. B. 51st & B. 54th Sts., Far Rockaway (718) 318-4000 6 Michaelis Park--32nd St. & Dickens Ave. (718) 318-4000 14 Forest Park--Park Lane South & 89th St. (718) 846-4946 4 Baisley South--N. Conduit Ave. & 150th St.. (718) 520-5314 Staten Island 4 Silver Lake Park--Hart Blvd. & Revere St. (718) 816-9723 6 Walker Park--Bard Ave. & Delafield Place (718) 816-6743

PUBLIC BEACHES Coney Island Beach and Boardwalk--On Atlantic Ocean, from W. 37th St. to Corbin Pl., Brooklyn (718) 946-1350 Manhattan Beach--On Atlantic Ocean, Oriental Blvd., from Ocean Ave. to Mackenzie St., Brooklyn (718) 946-1373 Orchard Beach and Boardwalk--On Long Island Sound in Pelham Bay Park, Bronx (718) 885-2275 Rockaway Beach and Boardwalk--On Atlantic Ocean, from Beach 1st St., Far Rockaway, to Beach 149th St.,Neponsit, Queens (718) 318-4000

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South and Midland Beaches and Franklin D. Roosevelt Board walk--On Lower New York Bay, from Fort Wadsworth to Miller Field, New Dorp, Staten Island South Beach: (718) 816-6804; Midland Beach: (718) 987-0709 Wolfe's Pond Beach--On Raritan Bay and Prince's Bay, Holton to Cornelia Aves., Staten Island (718) 984-8266 SWIMMING POOLS Outdoor Pools--Manhattan Asser Levy--At E. 23rd St. (Ave. A) (212) 447-2020 Carmine--Clarkson St. and 7th Ave. So. (212) 242-5228 Jackie Robinson (Colonial) Park--Bradhurst Ave. and W. 147th St. (212) 234-9606 Hamilton Fish Park--E. Houston and Pitt Sts. (212) 387-7687 Highbridge--W. 173d St., east of Amsterdam Ave. (212) 927-2400 John Jay--E. 77th St. at Cherokee Pl. (one block east of York Ave.) (212) 794-6566 Lasker--Central Park south of Lenox Ave. at about 106th St. near Harlem Meer 534-7639 Marcus Garvey (Mt. Morris) Park--Fifth Ave. bet. E. 122nd and E. 123rd Sts. (212) 410-2818 Sheltering Arms Park--W. 126th to W. 129th Sts., west of Amsterdam Ave. (212) 662-6191 Szold Place--E. 10th St. and Szold (Dry Dock) Pl., west of Ave. D (212) 677-4481 Thomas Jefferson--1st Ave. and E. 112th St. (212) 860-1372 Mayor Robert F. Wagner--E. 124th St. bet. 1st and 2d Aves. (212) 534-4238

Indoor Pools--Manhattan Asser Levy--At E. 23rd St. (Avenue A) (212) 447-2020 Carmine--Clarkson St. and 7th Ave. So. (212) 242-5229 342 E. 54th St.--Bet. 1st and 2d Aves. (212) 397-3154 533 W. 59th St.--Bet. Amsterdam and West End Aves. (212) 397-3159 Hansborough--35 W. 134th St., bet. 5th and Lenox Aves. (212) 234-9603 Outdoor Pools--Bronx Crotona--E. 173d St. and Fulton Ave. (718) 822-4440 Claremont--E. 170th St. and Clay Ave. (718) 901-4792 Haffen--Ely and Burke Aves. (718) 379-2908 Mapes--E. 180 St. & Prospect Ave. (718) 364-8876 Mullaly--E. 165th St. and River Ave. (718) 538-7083 Van Cortlandt--W. 244th St., east of Broadway (718) 548-2415 Indoor Pool--Bronx

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Outdoor Pools--Brooklyn Betsy Head Park--Hopkinson, Livonia and Dumont Aves. (718) 965-6581 Bushwick Pool--Humboldt & Flushing Aves. (718) 452-2116 Commodore Barry Pool--Flushing Ave., Park and Elliot Aves. (718) 243-2593 Douglass Pool--3rd Ave. bet. Douglass & DeGraw Sts. (718) 625-3268 Howard Pool--Glenmore and East New York Aves. (718) 385-1023 Kosciuszko Pool--DeKalb Ave. bet. Marcy & Nostrand Aves. (718) 622-5271 McCarren Park--Driggs Ave. and Lorimer St. (closed) (718) 965-6580 Red Hook Park--Clinton, 155 Bay and Henry Sts. (718) 722-3211 Sunset Park--7th Ave. and 43rd St. (718) 965-6578 Indoor Pools--Brooklyn Brownsville Rec. Center--1555 Linden Blvd. at Christopher Ave. (718) 345-2706 Metropolitan Ave. Pool--257-61 Bedford Ave. (718) 599-5707 St. John's Rec. Center--1251 Prospect Pl. bet. Troy & Schenectady Aves. (718) 771-2787 Outdoor Pools--Queens Astoria Park--19th St., and 23d Terrace, Astoria (718) 626-8620 Fisher--32-25 99th St. at 32nd Ave., East Elmhurst (718) 779-8356 Liberty--106-22 173rd St. (718) 657-4995 Indoor Pool--Queens Roy Wilkins--Southern Queens Park; enter at Merrick Blvd. And 119th St. (718) 276-8686 Outdoor Pools--Staten Island Faber--2175 Richmond Terrace, Port Richmond (718) 816-5259 Tottenville--Hylan Blvd. at Joline Ave., Tottenville (718) 356-8242 Lyons--Bay and Hannah Sts., Tompkinsville (718) 816-9571 West Brighton--Broadway and Henderson Aves., and Chappel St., West Brighton (718) 816-5019 MacArthur--Jefferson St. and Seaver Ave., Dongan Hills (inground minipool) (718) 987-9800

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PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS Parks & Recreation has jurisdiction over approximately 1575 parks, playgrounds, malls, squares and public spaces in the City of New York, with a total of 28,626 acres. Parks over Ten Acres

Manhattan Central Park--5th Ave. to Central Park West (8th Ave.), W. 59th (Central Park South) to W. 110th St. (Central Park North) ................................................... 840.10 Riverside Park and Drive--Hudson River, W. 72d to W. 129th, W. 135th to W. 158th St ................. 323.39 Randall's Island--East and Harlem Rivers .................... 273.38 Inwood Hill Park-Hudson River, Dyckman St., Payson Ave., Seaman Ave., Indian Rd. to Harlem Ship Canal ................................................................. 196.40 Fort Washington Park-Riverside Drive, W. 158th St. Dyckman St., Hudson River ....................................... 158.81 Ward's Island--East River and Hell Gate ...................... 122.36 Highbridge Park--W. 155th St. to Dyckman St., Amsterdam Ave. to Harlem River Dr .......................... 118.75 Fort Tryon Park--Riverside Dr. to Broadway, W. 192nd St. to Dyckman St ........................................ 66.63 East River Park--Montgomery St. to E. 12th St., east of F.D.R. Drive ..................................................... 57.45 Harlem River Driveway--W. 155th St. to Dyckman St., along Harlem River ...................................................... 35.42 Morningside Park--W. 110th to W. 123rd St., Manhattan Ave. to Morningside Dr .............................. 31.23 Battery Park--Battery Pl., State & Whitehall Sts., Upper New York Bay ................................................... 22.98 St. Nicholas Park--St. Nicholas Ave. to St. Nicholas Terr., W. 128th to W. 141st Sts. .............. 22.74 Marcus Garvey (Mount Morris) Park--Madison Ave., E. & W. 120th to E. & W. 124th Sts., Mount Morris Park West .............................................. 20.16 Isham Park--Broadway, Isham St., Seaman Ave. .......... 20.09 Theodore Roosevelt Park--Central Park W. to Columbus Ave., W. 77th to W. 81st Sts. (including the American Museum of Natural History, Hayden Planetarium, Margaret Mead Green and Teddy's Dog Run) ............. 17.57 Thomas Jefferson Park--1st Ave. to FDR Drive, E. 111th to E. 114th Sts ............................................... 15.52 Carl Schurz Park--East End Ave. to East River, E. 84th to E. 90th Sts ................................................... 14.94 Jackie Robinson (Colonial) Park--Bradhurst to Edgecombe Ave., W. 145th to W. 155th Sts ................ 12.77

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Tompkins Square Park--Aves. A to B, E. 7th to E. 10th Sts ..................................................... 10.50

Bronx Pelham Bay Park--Bruckner Blvd., Eastchester Bay, Hutchinson River and Long Island Sound ............... 2,764.00 Van Cortlandt Park--W. 240th St. to City Line, Broadway,Van Cortlandt Park South, West Gun Hill Road, Jerome Ave., E. 233d St., Van Cortlandt Park East ................................................................ 1,146.43 Bronx Park--Bronx Park S., E. 180th St. to Gun Hill Rd., Southern Blvd., to Bronx Park E. (including the Bronx Zoo and the New York Botanical Garden) ....... 721.00 Ferry Point Park--Westchester Creek, Schley, Balcom Aves., East River .......................................... 413.80 Hutchinson River Parkway--Whitestone Bridge Approach to City Line ................................................. 229.14 Bronx River Parkway--Sound View Park to Mount Vernon and City Line .............................................................. 202.36 Sound View Park--Bronx River, Lafayette, Metcalf and Bronx River Aves .............................................. 163.532 Crotona Park--Fulton Ave., Crotona Park North, South, and East ......................................................... 127.50 Bronx & Pelham Pkwy.--Bronx Park to Pelham Bay Park .................................................................... 108.91 Riverdale Park--Hudson River, W. 254 St., Palisade Ave., W. 232 St ............................................. 97.19 Mosholu Parkway (2 Miles) Bronx Park, Webster Ave., Grand Concourse, Van Cortlandt Pk ........................... 80.94 Pugsley's Creek Park--Foot of Soundview Ave., Lacombe Ave., East River ........................................... 73.37 Henry Hudson Parkway (3 miles) Harlem River north to Saw Mill River Parkway at City Line ........................ 54.10 Claremont Park--Teller, Morris, Mt. Eden Aves., E. 170th St ................................................................... 38.23 Seton Falls Park--E. 233rd St., Seton Ave., Pratt Ave., Eden Terrace ............................................................... 35.77 St. Mary's Park--St. Mary's St., St. Ann's Ave., E. 149th St., Jackson Ave ........................................... 34.43 North Brother Island--East River, south of Hunt's Point Peninsula ....................................................................... 30.4 Macombs Dam Park--Harlem River, Jerome, River Aves., Ruppert Pl., E. 157th St ........................... 28.42 South Brother Island--East River, southwest of North Brother Island ............................................................... 22.16 Wave Hill--W. 248th St., Independence Ave., W. 252nd St., Palisade Ave ......................................... 20.86 Williamsbridge Playground--Van Cortlandt Ave. E., Bainbridge Ave., Reservoir Oval ............................ 19.75

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18.52 15.99 15.32 15.00 12.69 11.54 11.39

John Mullaly Park--Jerome Ave., McClellan St., River Ave., E. 162nd St ................................................ Franz Sigel Park--NYCRR, Walton Ave., E. 158th St., Grand Concourse ......................................................... Harris Park--Goulden Ave., W. 205th St., Paul Ave., Bedford Park Blvd ........................................................ Crotona Park (Old Borough Hall)--Third, Fulton, E. Tremont & Arthur Aves ............................................ Playground--E. 172nd to E. 174th Sts., Bronx R. Expwy., Bronx River ...................................... Seton Park--W. 232nd St., Independence Ave., W. 235th St., Palisade Ave .......................................... St. James Park--Jerome Ave., E. 193rd St., Creston Ave., E. 191st St .............................................

Brooklyn Marine Park--Flatbush, Gerritsen, Fillmore Aves., to Shore Pkwy ................................................................ 798.00 Leif Ericson Dr. (Shore Pkwy.) Ft. Hamilton Pkwy to Knapp St., Cross Bay Blvd ..................................... 760.43 Prospect Park--Prospect Park W., and Flatbush, Ocean, Parkside Aves., and Prospect Park, S.W ................... 526.25 Dyker Beach Park--7th to 14th Aves., 86th St. to Shore Parkway ........................................................... 216.65 Ocean Parkway (5.5 Miles) Park Circle to Coney Island Concourse ....................................................... 140.00 Canarsie Beach--Paerdegat Basin, Seaview Ave., Shore Pkwy ................................................................ 132.20 Coney Island Beach & Boardwalk--Corbin Place to W. 37th St ................................................................ 107.124 Joseph T. McGuire Park--Mill, East Mill & Paerdegat Basins, Shore Pkwy ..................................................... 77.20 Dreier-Offerman Park--Gravesend Bay, Bay 44Bay 49 Sts., Shore Pkwy ............................................. 73.14 Fresh Creek Park--Flatlands, Louisiana Aves ................ 74.30 Eastern Parkway--Grand Army Plaza to Ralph Ave ....... 60.12 Four Sparrows Marsh--Mill Basin, Flatbush Ave ............ 68.50 Red Hook Recreation Area--Otsego, Bay, Hicks, Lorraine Court, Halleck Sts .......................................... 58.50 Shore Road Park--Owls Head Pk. to Ft. Hamilton Pkwy., Narrows Ave ...................................... 58.00 Brooklyn Botanic Garden--Eastern Pkwy., Flatbush, Washington Aves., Empire Blvd ................................... 47.57 Spring Creek Park--Spring Creek to Fresh Creek Basins, Jamaica Bay .................................................... 62.21 Manhattan Beach Park--Oriental Blvd., between Ocean Ave. and Mackenzie St ..................................... 40.40 Parade Ground--Caton, Coney Island, Parkside Aves., Parade Pl ........................................... 39.50

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Coney Island Boat Basin--Island Creek & W. 22nd St .... McCarren Park--Nassau Ave., Bayard, Leonard & N. 12th Sts ................................................................... Fort Greene Park--Myrtle Ave., Cumberland St., Dekalb Ave ................................................................... Owls Head Park--Shore Pkwy., Shore Rd., Colonial Rd., 68th St .................................................... Leon S. Kaiser Playground--Neptune, Bayview Aves., W. 24th-W. 32nd Sts., Gravesend Bay ........................ Sunset Park--41st to 44th Sts., 5th to 7th Aves .............. Seaside-Asser Levy Park & Aquarium--Boardwalk, Surf, Sea Breeze Aves., Ocean Pkwy ......................... Lincoln Terrace Park--E. New York, Rochester Aves., Eastern Pkwy., Buffalo Ave .......................................... Bensonhurst Park--Gravesend Bay, 21st & Cropsey Aves., Bay Pkwy ............................................ Leif Ericson Park & Square--Ft. Hamilton Pkwy., 66-67 Sts., 4th Ave ...................................................... PS 260, Breukelen Houses Playground-- Louisiana Ave., Stanley to Flatlands Aves ................... Brooklyn Museum--Eastern Pkwy. & Washington Ave ... Steeplechase Park--Surf Ave., W. 16th & W. 19th Sts., Public Beach ................................................................ Grand Army Plaza--North Approach to Prospect Park ... Betsy Head Playground--Livonia, Dumont, Hopkinson, Blake Aves., Strauss St ............................................... Commodore John Barry Park & Playground-- Park Ave., Navy St., Flushing Ave., N. Eliot Pl ............ Cadman Plaza Park--Tillary, Fulton, Prospect, Washington Sts ............................................................

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35.71 30.16 27.10 26.25 24.49 22.34 20.64 19.83 16.80 16.16 12.66 11.70 11.04 10.56 10.39 10.39

Queens Flushing Meadows-Corona Park--Grand Central Pkwy., Flushing Bay, Van Wyck Expressway, 111th to 134th Sts., Queens Boulevard ................................ 1,255.42 Alley Pond Park--Grand Central Parkway, Union Turnpike, Winchester Blvd .............................. .655.29 Forest Park--Myrtle Ave., Union Turnpike, Park Lane, Park Lane South, Cypress Hills Cemetery, Kew Gardens ............................................................. 538.00 Grand Central Parkway Extension--Jackie Robinson Pkwy. to Astoria Blvd. at 29 St ............................................. 370.00 Cunningham Park--Long Island Expressway to Grand Central Parkway, 193d to 210th St., Jamaica ............ 350.00 Cross Island Parkway--Whitestone Bridge, Southern State Pkwy ................................................. 326.12 Rockaway Community Park--Conch, Sommerville & Norton Basins, Almeda Ave ....................................... 253.72 Kissena Park--Oak Ave. to Booth Memorial Ave.,

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Kissena Blvd. to Fresh Meadow Lane ....................... 234.76 Idlewild Park--Rockaway Blvd., Springfield Blvd., 149th Ave. and Brookville Blvd .................................. 224.79 Southern Parkway-Cross Bay Blvd. to Brookville Blvd .. 202.65 Grand Central Parkway-Jackie Robinson Parkway and Queens Blvd. East to City Line .................................. 180.00 Jamaica Bay Park--Mott Basin, Head of Bay Basin and City Line .............................................................. 146.00 Highland Park--Jackie Robinson Parkway, Jamaica Ave ............................................................... 141.28 Baisley Pond Park--N. Conduit Ave., Baisley Pond Blvd. S., Lakeview Blvd. E ......................................... 109.61 Douglaston Golf Course--244th St., 242nd St., 61st Ave., Commonwealth Blvd., 72nd Ave ............... 104.60 Clearview Park & Golf Course--22nd Ave. & Little Bay, Willets Point Blvd., 202nd St ..................... 103.87 Public Place--Huxley St., Hook Creek Basin & Rockaway Blvd ............................................. 100.00 Rockaway Beach & Boardwalk--B 3 to B 73 Streets ...... 96.92 Kissena Corridor Park West--Lawrence St., N. Hempstead Tpk. (Booth Blvd.), Elder Ave., Kissena Blvd ............... 92.93 Brookville Parkway--149 Ave., 235 St., Brookville Blvd., S. Conduit Ave ................................................... 89.94 Jackie Robinson Parkway--Highland Blvd., Grand CentralPkwy., Queens Blvd ............................... 72.75 Former Long Island Motor Parkway--Cloverdale-Hollis Court Blvds., Kingsbury and Richland Aves ................ 72.00 Rockaway Beach Boardwalk--B 73rd to B 109th Sts ...... 68.21 Astoria Park--Astoria Park S, 21 St., Hoyt Ave., Ditmars Blvd., East River ............................................. 61.24 Laurelton Parkway--Sunrise Hwy. to Southern State Pkwy ................................................... 59.56 Juniper Valley Park--Railroad tracks, Dry Harbor Rd., 62nd & 63rd Aves ........................................................ 55.24 Roy Wilkins-Southern Queens Park--Baisley & Merrick Blvds., 115th Ave ............................................ 53.00 Shore Parkway--Kings County Line to Southern Pkwy ... 50.90 Clearview Beach--Little Bay, Cross Island Pkwy., Utopia Pkwy ................................................................. 50.00 Creedmoor Farm Park--Little Neck Pkwy., Commonwealth Blvd., South of Grand Central Parkway ....................... 47.65 Crocheron Park--33rd to 35th Aves., Little Neck Bay ..... 45.79 Dubos Point Wildlife Sanctuary--DeCosta Ave., B. 63rd St., Bay Field Ave., Barbadoes Dr., and Bulkhead of Summerville Basin & Jamaica Bay ........ 44.823 Spring Creek Park--157th Ave. & Shore Pkwy ............... 37.17 Broad Channel Wetlands--Jamaica Bay on Broad Channel, Cross Bay Blvd. Bet 297th and 188th Aves .. 35.00 Kissena Corridor Park East--Peck & Underhill Aves.,

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Utopia Pkwy., Horace Harding Blvd ............................. 33.53 Rockaway Park--Ocean Promenade, Atlantic Ocean, B. 110th to B. 126th Sts ............................................... 31.50 Alley Park (Athletic)--Grand Central Pkwy., Union Tpke., Winchester Blvd. ..................................... 30.50 Udalls Cove & Ravine Wildlife Refuge--Northern Blvd., 244-47 Sts., Douglas Rd .............................................. 29.83 Hermon A. MacNeil (College Point) Park Poppenhusen Ave., College Pl., 115th St., East River ................................................................. 28.87 College Point Park--130th St., 23rd Ave ......................... 25.39 Michaelis-Bayswater Park--Beach Channel Dr., B. 32nd St., Dwight Ave., Norton Ave .......................... 25.00 Brant Point Wildlife Sanctuary--Bayfield & DeCosta Aves ............................................................ 24.190 Springfield Park--149th Ave., Springfield Blvd., 145th Rd., 148th St. ..................................................... 23.54 Queensbridge Park--21st St., Bridge Plaza, Vernon Blvd., East River .............................................. 20.34 Francis Lewis Park--3rd Ave., 147th St., East River, Parsons Blvd ................................................................ 16.83 Park--LIRR, 129th Ave., 176th St ................................... 16.44 Edward Byrne Park--N. Conduit Ave., 83rd St., 133rd Ave., 81st St., 80th St. ....................................... 14.83 Rockaway Beach--B. 126th St., B. 149th St., Atlantic Ocean .............................................................. 14.00 Park--Beach 17th St. & Seagirt Blvd ............................... 13.75 Marine Park--Beach Channel Dr., Beach 116th St. to 124th St ........................................................................ 12.00 John Bowne Park--159th St., 29th Ave., 155th St., 32nd Ave ...................................................................... 11.79 Rufus King Park--Jamaica Ave., 153rd St., 89th Ave., 150th St ........................................................................ 11.50 Hook Creek Park--Brookville Blvd., 245th St., 53rd Ave ....................................................................... 11.48 Frank Golden Park--132nd to 138th Sts., 14th Rd ......... 11.15 Southern Parkway Ballfields--Southern Pkwy., 114th to 121st Sts ........................................................ 10.39 St. Albans Park--Merrick Blvd., 173rd Pl., Sayers Ave ... 10.79 Flushing Memorial Field--Bayside Ave., 25th Ave., 149th to 150th Sts ........................................................ 10.22 Fort Totten Park--Fort Totten, Cross Island Pkwy., Totten to 15th Rds ....................................................... 10.00

Staten Island Richmond Parkway (9.3 Miles) Staten Island Expwy. to Page Ave ................................................... 979.00 Fresh Kills Park--Victory Blvd., Signs Rd., Travis Ave., Arthur Kill Rd .......................................... 813.97

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Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk and Beach-Fort Wadsworth to Liberty Ave., South Beach .................. 638.50 LaTourette Park & Golf Course--Forest Hill & London Rds., Rockland Ave ...................................... 511.05 Wolfe's Pond Park--Holton Ave. and Hylan Blvd .......... 318.58 Willowbrook Pkwy. (4.5 Miles) Victory Blvd. to Great Kills Park .......................................................... 306.81 Great Kills Park--Cedar Grove Ave. and New Dorp Lane ........................................................ 306.783 Conference House Park-Hylan Blvd., Phillips St. and Raritan Bay, Saterlee St .......................................... 267.465 Blue Heron Park--Amboy Rd. and Barclay Ave .......... 222.138 Silver Lake Park--Forest Ave. to Clove Rd., Victory Blvd ................................................................ 209.35 Clove Lakes Park--Slosson Ave. and Victory Blvd ....... 198.05 South Shore Country Club-West Castor Ave., Huguenot and Alverson Aves .................................... 174.86 Arden Heights Woods Park--Arthur Kill Rd., Arden Ave .................................................................. 183.00 S.I. Corporate Park--S.I. Expwy, South and Merill Aves., Teleport ........................................................................ 156.0 Willowbrook Park--Richmond and Rockland Aves ....... 164.13 Bloomingdale Park--Richmond Pkwy., Bloomingdale Rd., Lenevar Ave ....................................................... 115.30 Blood Root Valley (Greenbelt) Rockland Manor, Brielle Aves ................................................................ 113.20 Saw Mill Creek Marsh--Chelsea Rd. bet. Gulf Ave. & River Rd ..................................................................... 111.72 Ocean Breeze--Mason & Seaview Aves., Capodanno Blvd., Quintard St ....................................................... 110.40 Mariner's Marsh Park--Holland Ave. & Richmond Terrace ................................................... 107.200 Lemon Creek Park--Hylan Blvd., Sharrott & Seguine Aves ......................................................................... 105.770 Isle of Meadows--Fresh Kill Landfill, east of Arthur Kill ................................................................... 103.00 Long Pond Park--Cozzes Blvd., Claredon Ave ............. 94.617 Sailors Snug Harbor--Richmond Terr, Tysen St., Kissel Ave., Snug Harbor Rd ...................................... .83.30 Prall's Island Bird Sanctuary--Pralls River & Arthur Kill .. 80.30 High Rock Park--Richmond Pkwy. & Moravian Cemetery at Rockland Ave .......................................... 77.90 Shooters Island--Kill Van Kull & Newark Bay ................. 44.80 Crescent Beach--Hylan Blvd., Hales, Tennyson & Williams Aves ........................................ 38.670 S.I. Community College--Richmond Pkwy., Ocean Terr., Tiber Pl ................................................... 35.00 Basket Willow Swamp--Ocean Terr., Emerson Court, & Merrick Ave ............................................................... 34.67

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Islington Pond Park--Miles, Corbin, Barlow Aves., Fairfield St .................................................................. 23.010 Evergreen Park--Greaves Ave., Dewey Ave., & Evergreen St ................................................................ 22.60 Neck Creek Marsh Park--e/s West Shore Expwy, Meredith & Ridgeway Aves ........................................ 17.365 Alice Austen Park--Edgewater St., Hylan Blvd., Maryland Ave ............................................................... 14.63 Arthur Von Briesen Park--Foot of Bay St. at Ft. Wadsworth .............................................................. 13.27 Park--South side of S.I. Expwy., Fahy Ave., Lamberts Lane ............................................................. 12.40 Lawrence C. Thompson Park--Broadway, Henderson Ave., Chappell St ....................................... 10.50 Other Major Parks

Manhattan City Hall Park--Broadway, Park Row & Chambers St. (212) 797-3142 Washington Square Park--Wash. Sq. North, South, East & West (W. 4th to Waverly Pl., McDougal St. to University Pl.) (212) 387-7676 Union Square Park--E. 14-17 Sts., Broadway (212) 387-7677 Madison Square Park--E. 23-26 Sts., 5th-Madison Aves. (212) 447-1805 Bryant Park--5th to 6th Aves., W. 40th-42nd Sts. (212) 983-4142 Robert Moses Playground--E. 41-42 Sts., First Ave. to F.D.R. Drive John Jay Park--E. 76-78 Sts., Cherokee Place to F.D.R. Drive (212) 794-6566 Mill Rock Island--East River, off 96th St. J. Hood Wright Park--W. 173-175 Sts., Fort Washington to Haven Aves. (212) 927-1539 Bennett Park--W. 183-185 Sts., Fort Washington to Pinehurst Aves. (212) 795-1388 Bronx Joyce Kilmer Park--E. 161 to 164 Sts., Grand Concourse to Walton Ave. (718) 992-0238 Julius Richman (Echo) Park--E. Tremont to Burnside Aves., west of Valentine Ave. (718) 822-4487 University Park--Sedgwick to Cedar Ave., north of W. 180 St. (718) 220-9837 Aqueduct Lands--North of Tremont Ave., on University Ave., from Morton Place to 183 St. (718) 220-9837 Mosholu Park--Mosholu and Jerome Aves. (718) 822-4167 DeVoe Park--W. 188 St. to W. Fordham Rd. to

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University Ave. (718) 367-3108 Ewen Park--Riverdale to Johnson Aves., south of 232nd St. (718) 601-6044 Bicentennial Veterans Memorial (Weir Creek) Park-- E. Throggs Neck Expwy., Sampson and Pennyfield Aves. (718) 822-4451 Haffen Park--Gunther, Burke, Ely and Hammersley Aves. (718) 379-8347

Brooklyn Friends Field--Ave. L & E. 4th St. (718) 965-6502 McKinley Park--7th Ave. and 75th St. (718) 439-4299 Prospect Park Parade Grounds--Parkside and Coney Island Aves. (718) 438-3435 Queens Austin Playground--Grand Central Parkway and 164th Place (718) 217-6452 Edgemere Playground--Alameda Ave. and Beach 52d St. (718) 318-4000 Equity Park--89th Ave. and 90th St. (718) 441-6943 Liberty Park--Liberty Ave. and 173d St. (718) 291-1349 Rochdale Park--Guy Brewer Blvd., 134th Ave. (718) 978-1364 Socrates Sculpture Garden--Vernon Blvd. and Broadway Staten Island Walker Park--Delafield Place and Bard Ave. (718) 816-6743 Allison Pond Park--Prospect, N. Randall and Brentwood Aves. (718) 390-8031 Schmul Park--Wild Ave. and Pearson St. (718) 698-2186 Clarence T. Barrett Park (Staten Island Zoo)--Broadway, Glenwood Pl. and Clove Rd. (718) 442-3101 Brady's Pond Park--S.I. Expwy., Hylan Blvd. and Manorville Ct. (718) 698-2186 Westerleigh Park--Maine, Neal, Springfield and Willard Aves. (718) 698-2186

HISTORIC HOUSE MUSEUMS Alice Austen House Museum (1691, 1844)--2 Hylan Blvd., Alice Austen Park, Staten Island (718) 816-4506 Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum (1842)--Shore Road, Pelham Bay Park, Bronx (718) 885-1461 Queens County Farm Museum (1772)--73-50 Little Neck Parkway, Adriance Farm Park, Floral Park, Queens (718) 347-FARM Conference House (c.1680)--7455 Hylan Blvd., Conference House Park, Staten Island (718) 984-6046

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Dyckman Farmhouse Museum (1785)--4881 Broadway at W. 204th St., Dyckman House Park, Manhattan (212) 304-9422 Gracie Mansion (1799)--E. 88th St. at East End Ave., Carl Schurz Park, Manhattan (212) 570-4751 Historic Richmond Town(1680-1850)--441 Clarke Ave., LaTourette Park, Staten Island (718) 351-1611 King Manor Museum (1805)--Jamaica Ave., at 150th St., King Park, Jamaica, Queens (718) 206-0545 Kingsland Homestead (1785)--143-35 37th Ave., Weeping Beech Park, Flushing, Queens (718) 939-0647 Lefferts Homestead (1777)--Flatbush Ave.at Empire Blvd., Prospect Park, Brooklyn (718) 965-6505 Little Red Lighthouse (1880)--Jeffrey's Hook, Fort Washington Park, Manhattan (212) 304-9422 Merchant's House Museum--(1832) 29 E. 4th St., Manhattan (212) 777-1089 Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum (1765)--65 Jumel Terrace at West 160th St., Roger Morris Park, Manhattan (212) 923-8008 Poe Cottage (1812)--2460 Grand Concourse, Poe Park, Bronx (718) 881-8900 Seguine Mansion (1840)--440 Seguine Ave., Lemon Creek Park, Staten Island (718) 984-0503 Swedish Cottage (1877) --79th St. and West Drive, Central Park Manhattan (212)988-9093 The Old Stone House--(1699) 3rd St. between 4th and 5th Aves., J.J. Byrne Park, Brooklyn (718) 768-3195 Valentine-Varian House (1758)--3266 Bainbridge Ave., at E. 208th St., Varian Park, Bronx (718) 881-8900 Van Cortlandt House Museum (1748)--Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx (718) 543-3344 Pieter Claesen Wyckoff House (c.1652)--Clarendon Rd., and Ralph Ave., Fidler Wyckoff Park, Brooklyn (718) 629-5400 City Parks Foundation The Arsenal, Central Park, New York, NY 10021

Chair--Jean Troubh President--Andrew Tisch

Executive Director--David Rivel (212) 360-1399 Director of Arts and Cultural Programs--Alexa Birdsong (212) 360-2756 Director of Development--Elizabeth Greenstein (212) 360-8292 Partnerships for Parks--Peter Crumlish (212) 360-1310 Central Park Conservancy

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14 E. 60 St., Central Park, New York, NY 10022 (212) 310-6600 Fax: (212) 310-6654

Chair--A. J. C. Smith, Marsh & McLennan, 1166 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036 President--Regina Perruggi (212) 310-6669 Senior Vice President for Operations and Capital Projects-- Doug Blonsky (79th St. Yard) (212) 360-8236 Vice President for Finance and Administration-- Steven Spinelli (212) 310-6623

Prospect Park Alliance 95 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, NY 11215 (718) 965-8951

Chair--Henry Christensen, III, 250 Park Ave., New York, NY 10177 President--Tupper W. Thomas (718) 965-8951 Senior Vice President for External Affairs-- Barbara McTiernan (718) 965-8964 Vice President for Finance and Human Resources-- Brenda Sammarco (718) 965-8980 Vice President for Development and Marketing-- Steven Parkey (718) 965-8963 Vice President for Capital Projects and Planning--Mary Fox (718) 965-6566 Vice President for Community and Government Affairs-- David Queeley (718) 965-8947 Vice President for Park Management and Chief of Operations--Michael Grattan (718) 965-6973

Historic House Trust of New York City The Arsenal, Central Park, New York, NY 10021

Chair--Deborah Krulewitch, Estee Lauder, 767 5th Ave, New York, NY 10153 Executive Director--Therese Braddick (212) 360-8203

Randall's Island Sports Foundation Arsenal West, 24 West 61st St., New York, NY 10023

Chair--Richard J. Davis, Weil, Gotshal, & Manges 767 5th Ave., New York, NY 10153 President--Karen Cohen Executive Director--Aimee Boden (AW) (212) 830-7715

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Conservancy for Historic Battery Park One New York Plaza, Concourse Level, New York, NY 10004 Chair--William Rudin, Rudin Management Company, 345 Park Ave. New York, NY 10154 President--Warrie L. Price (212) 566-6700

OFFICE OF PAYROLL ADMINISTRATION

One Centre St., Rm. 200N, New York, N.Y. 10007 (212) 669-8555 TTY/TDD: (212) 669-7166 NYC.gov/html/payroll OPA is responsible for coordinating matters of payroll policy and procedure among City oversight and line agencies, ensuring City compliance with applicable Federal, State, and City employment tax regulations, distributing and accounting for the City's payroll, managing the City's payroll bank accounts and ensuring the integrity, accuracy, and operational effectiveness of payroll systems. OPA is overseen by a two member unsalaried board of directors appointed by the Mayor, one representing the Mayor and one recommended by and representing the Comptroller. The Mayor appoints an Executive Director of the Office of Payroll Administration upon the recommendation of the OPA Board.

Richard R. Valcich, Executive Director. Salary $162,800 Appointed October 12, 1990. (212) 669-4604 Fax: (212) 669-4626

First Deputy Executive Director--Edwin A. Yowell (212) 669-4605 Assistant Executive Director CityTime--Sarah Gurjal (212) 442-3327 Executive Assistant to the Executive Director-- Sheila Voyard (212) 669-4602 Division of Citywide Payroll Systems Maintenance 2 Lafayette Street, 15th Floor, New York, N.Y. 10007 Director--Minnie Curry (212) 442-3271 Deputy Director­Wanetta Ramon (212) 442-3274 Division of Payroll Management Systems Development 2 Lafayette Street, 15th Floor, New York, N.Y. 10007 Director--Susan L. P. Hennefield (212) 442-3314 FOIL Officer, Website Coordinator ­ Susan L. P. Hennefield (212) 442-3314

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Bureau of Banking, Operations and Reconciliation 1 Centre Street, Room 200N, New York, N.Y. 10007

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Assistant Executive Director--Neil Matthew (212) 669-8465 Director--Leila Gonzales (212) 669-4631 Assistant Director -Loydy Linares (212) 669-4425 Assistant Director­Michael Kourelakos (212) 669-8528 Division of Management Review and Analysis Director--Vacant (212) 442-0425 Division of Administrative Services 1 Centre Street, Room 200N, New York, N.Y. 10007 Director--Elaine P. Doria (212) 669-2098 Personnel--Elaine P. Doria (212) 669-2098 ACCO­Brian Newsome (212) 669-4648

POLICE DEPARTMENT

Headquarters, 1 Police Plaza, New York, NY 10038 Emergencies All Boroughs 911; General Information (646) 610-5000 NYC.gov/nypd The Head of the Department is the Police Commissioner. The Commissioner is also Chair, ex-officio of the Board of Trustees of the Police Pension Fund. The Department incorporated the Transit Police as of April 2, 1995 and the Housing Police as of April 30, 1995. The mission of the New York City Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in our city by working in partnership with the community and in accordance with constitutional rights to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, reduce fear, and provide for a safe environment.

Raymond W. Kelly, Police Commissioner. Salary $162,800. Appointed January 1, 2002. (646) 610-5410

First Deputy Commissioner­George A. Grasso (646) 610-5420 Deputy Commissioner, Administration--Paul J. Browne (646) 610-8541 Deputy Commissioner, Strategic Initiatives-- Michael J. Farrell (646) 610-8534 Deputy Commissioner, Operations--Garry F. McCarthy (646) 610-6100 Deputy Commissioner, Public Information--Michael O'Looney (646) 610-6700 Deputy Commissioner, Legal Matters-- Stephen L. Hammerman (646) 610-5336 Deputy Commissioner, Trials--Simon P. Gourdine (646) 610-5424

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Deputy Commissioner, Equal Employment Opportunity-- Neldra M. Zeigler (646) 610-5330 Deputy Commissioner, Community Affairs-- Fredrick J. Patrick (646) 610-5323 Deputy Commissioner, Management & Budget-- Edward J. Allocco (646) 610-6670 Deputy Commissioner, Technology & Systems Development--(646) 610-6873 Deputy Commissioner, Counter Terrorism--Frank Libutti (646) 610-6169 Deputy Commissioner, Intelligence--David Cohen (212) 765-4305 Deputy Commissioner, Labor Relations-- John P. Beirne (646) 610-5060 Deputy Commissioner, Training ­ James J. Fyfe, PhD (212) 477-9767 Chief of Department--Joseph J. Esposito (646) 610-6710 Chief of Patrol--Nicholas Estavillo (646) 610-6735 Chief of Detectives--George F. Brown (646) 610-5430 Chief of Organized Crime Control--William A. Morange (646) 610-6741 Chief of Housing Bureau--Douglas Zeigler (646) 610-5548 Chief of Internal Affairs--Charles V. Campisi (646) 610-6650 Chief of Personnel--Rafael Pineiro (646) 610-6612 Chief of Transportation-- Michael J. Scagnelli (646) 610-6850 Supervising Chief Surgeon--Robert E. Thomas, M.D. (718) 760-7626 For all non-emergency and Quality of Life calls including calls to Precincts, Borough Commands and Police Service Areas 24 hour service line: 311 or (212) NEW-YORK TTY (212) 504-4115 PATROL BOROUGH MANHATTAN SOUTH 230 East 21st St., New York, N.Y. 10010 (212) 477-7436 Assistant Chief Commanding­Michael D. Esposito Manhattan South Precincts 1 Pct.--16 Ericsson Pl. 10013 (212) 334-0611 5 Pct.--19 Elizabeth St. 10013 (212) 334-0711 6 Pct.--233 W. 10th St. 10014 (212) 741-4811 7 Pct.--19 1/2 Pitt St. 10002 (212) 477-7311 9 Pct.--130 Avenue C, 10009 (212) 477-7811 10 Pct.--230 W. 20th St. 10011 (212) 741-8211 13 Pct.--230 E. 21 St. 10010 (212) 477-7411 Midtown S. Pct.--357 W. 35th St.10001 (212) 239-9811 17 Pct.--167 E. 51st St. 10022 (212) 826-3211 Midtown N. Pct.--306 W. 54th St. 10027 (212) 767-8400

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PATROL BOROUGH MANHATTAN NORTH 151 West 100th St., New York, N.Y. 10025 (212) 678-1851 Assistant Chief Commanding­Raymond Diaz Manhattan North Precincts 19 Pct.--153 E. 67th St. 10021 (212) 452-0600 20 Pct.--120 W. 82nd St. 10020 (212) 580-6411 Central Park--86th St. & Transverse Rd. 10024 (212) 570-4820 23 Pct.--162 E. 102 St. 10029 (212) 860-6411 24 Pct.--151 W. 100 St.10025 (212) 678-1811 25 Pct.--120 E. 119 St. 10035 (212) 860-6511 26 Pct.--520 W. 126 St. 10027 (212) 678-1311 28 Pct.--2271 8th Ave. 10027 (212) 678-1611 30 Pct.--451 W. 151 St. 10031 (212) 690-8811 32 Pct.--250 W. 135 St. 10030 (212) 690-6311 33 Pct.--2120 Amsterdam Ave. 10031 (212) 927-3200 34 Pct.--4295 Broadway 10033 (212) 927-9711 PATROL BOROUGH BRONX 450 Cross Bronx Expressway, Bronx, New York 10457 (718) 299-4314 Assistant Chief Commanding­Anthony J. Izzo Bronx Precincts 40 Pct.--257 Alexander Ave. 10454 (718) 402-2270 41 Pct.--1035 Longwood Ave. 10459 (718) 542-4771 42 Pct.--830 Washington Ave. 10452 (718) 402-3887 43 Pct.--900 Fteley Ave. 10472 (718) 542-0888 44 Pct.--2 East 169th St. 10452 (718) 590-5511 45 Pct.--2877 Barclay Ave. 10465 (718) 822-5411 46 Pct.--2120 Ryer Ave. 10457 (718) 220-5211 47 Pct.--4111 Laconia Ave. 10466 (718) 920-1211 48 Pct.--450 Cross Bx. Expy. 10457 (718) 299-3900 49 Pct.--2121 Eastchester Rd. 10461 (718) 918-2000 50 Pct.--3450 Kingsbridge Ave. 10463 (718) 543-5700 52 Pct.--3016 Webster Ave. 10467 (718) 220-5811 PATROL BOROUGH BROOKLYN SOUTH 2820 Snyder Ave., Brooklyn, New York, N.Y. 11226 (718) 287-3231 Assistant Chief Commanding­Joseph Fox Brooklyn South Precincts 60 Pct.--2951 W. 8th St. 11224 (718) 946-3311 61 Pct.--2575 Coney Island Ave. 11223 (718) 627-6611 62 Pct.--1925 Bath Ave. 11214 (718) 236-2611 63 Pct.--1844 Brooklyn Ave. 11210 (718) 258-4411 66 Pct.--5822 16 Ave. 11218 (718) 851-5611

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67 Pct.--2820 Snyder Ave. 11226 (718) 287-3211 68 Pct.--333 65th St. 11220 (718) 439-4211 69 Pct.--9720 Foster Ave. 11236 (718) 257-6211 70 Pct.--154 Lawrence Ave. 11230 (718) 851-5511 71 Pct.--421 Empire Blvd. 11225 (718) 735-0511 72 Pct.--830 4th Ave. 11232 (718) 965-6311 76 Pct.--191 Union St. 11231 (718) 834-3211 78 Pct.--65 6th Ave. 11217 (718) 636-6411

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PATROL BOROUGH BROOKLYN NORTH 179 Wilson Ave., Brooklyn, New York, 11237 (718) 573-5035 Assistant Chief Commanding­Joseph F. X. Cunneen Brooklyn North Precincts 73 Pct.--1470 E. New York Ave. 11212 (718) 495-5411 75 Pct.--1000 Sutter Ave. 11208 (718) 827-3511 77 Pct.--127 Utica Ave. 11213 (718) 735-0611 79 Pct.--263 Tompkins Ave. 11216 (718) 636-6611 81 Pct.--30 Ralph Ave. 11221 (718) 574-0411 83 Pct.--480 Knickerbocker Ave. 11237 (718) 574-1605 84 Pct.--301 Gold St. 11201 (718) 875-6811 88 Pct.--298 Classon Ave. 11205 (718) 636-6511 90 Pct.--211 Union Ave. 11211 (718) 963-5311 94 Pct.--100 Meserole Ave. 11222 (718) 383-3879 PATROL BOROUGH QUEENS SOUTH 71-01 Parsons Blvd., Flushing, New York, 11365 (718) 969-8602 Assistant Chief Commanding­Thomas P. Lawless, Queens South Precincts 100 Pct.--92-24 Rockaway Beach Blvd. 11693 (718) 318-4200 101 Pct.--16-12 Mott Ave., Far Rockaway 11691 (718) 868-3400 102 Pct.--87-34 118th St., Richmond Hill 11418 (718) 805-3200 103 Pct.--168-02 PO Edward Bryne Ave., Jamaica,Queens11432 (718) 657-8181 105 Pct.--92-08 222nd St., Queens Village 11428 (718) 776-9090 106 Pct.--103-51 101 St., Ozone Park 11417 (718) 845-2211 107 Pct.--71-01 Parsons Blvd., Flushing 11365 (718) 969-5100 113 Pct.--167-02 Baisley Blvd., Jamaica 11434 (718) 712-7733

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PATROL BOROUGH QUEENS NORTH 68-40 Austin Street, Forest Hills, New York, 11375

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(718) 520-6777 Assistant Chief Commanding--James Tuller Queens North Precincts 104 Pct.--64-2 Catalpa Ave., Ridgewood 11385 (718) 386-3004 108 Pct.--5-47 50th Ave., Long Island City 11105 (718) 784-5411 109 Pct.--37-05 Union St., Flushing 11354 (718) 321-2250 110 Pct.--94-41 43rd Ave., Elmhurst 11373 (718) 476-9311 111 Pct.--45-06 215th St., Bayside 11361 (718) 279-5200 112 Pct.--68-40 Austin St., Forest Hills 11375 (718) 520-9311 114 Pct.--34-16 Astoria Blvd. 11103 (718) 626-9311 115 Pct.--92-15 Northern Blvd., Jackson Hgts 11372 (718) 533-2002 PATROL BOROUGH STATEN ISLAND 2320 Hylan Blvd., New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y. 10306 (718) 667-2220 Assistant Chief Commanding­Anthony J. Marra Staten Island Precincts 120 Pct.--78 Richmond Terr., St. George 10301 (718) 876-8500 122 Pct.--2320 Hylan Blvd., New Dorp 10306 (718) 667-2211 123 Pct.--116 Main St., Tottenville 10307 (718) 948-9311 DETECTIVE BOROUGH COMMANDS Manhattan--13th Precinct, 230 E. 21st St., Thomas P. Fahey, Assistant Chief (212) 477-7447 Bronx--1086 Simpson Street 10459 Joseph J. Reznick, Deputy Chief (718) 378-8083 Brooklyn--67 Precinct, 2820 Snyder Ave., Judy J. McGinn, Deputy Chief (718) 287-3239 Queens--112 Precinct, 68-40 Austin St., Forest Hills, Alfred J. Materasso, Deputy Chief (718) 520-9200 Staten Island--122 Precinct Detective Operations-- 2320 Hylan Blvd. New Dorp, Inspector­ James J. Lavin (718) 667-2205 AUTO CRIME DIVISION Creedmore Hospital Bldg. #2, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village, NY 11427 (718) 217-8515 CRIME PREVENTION SECTION 34 1/2 East 12 St., New York, NY 10003 (212) 614-6741

Police Department

CRIME STOPPERS 1 Police Plaza, Room 1312Q New York, NY 10038 (646) 610-6806 (800) 577-TIPS CRIMINAL JUSTICE BUREAU 1 Police Plaza, Room 204, New York, NY 10038 (646) 610-5305 Assistant Chief Commanding­Patrick J. Devlin, DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION (D.A.R.E.) 189 Montague St.,6th Fl. Bklyn 11201 (718) 834-8855

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FREEDOM OF INFORMATION LAW UNIT (F.O.I.L.) 1 Police Plaza Room110C, New York 10038 (646) 610-5296 HOMELESS OUTREACH UNIT 104 Washington St., New York, NY 10006 (212) 791-2068 INTERNAL AFFAIRS ACTION DESK 1-800-PRIDE PD (800) 774-3373 LICENSE DIVISION 1 Police Plaza, Room 110A, New York, NY 10038 (646) 610-5560 NARCOTICS DIVISION 1 Police Plaza, Room 1100, New York, NY 10038 (646) 610-6960 Assistant Chief Commanding--William Taylor Narcotics Complaints 24 Hr. Desk (646) 610-6610 ORGANIZED CRIME CONTROL BUREAU 1 Police Plaza, Room 1310, New York, NY 10038 (646) 610-6741 Bureau Chief Commanding--William A. Morange POLICE CADET CORPS 235 E. 20th St., Room 740 New York, NY 10003 (212) 477-9218 CITY RESIDENT RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION UNIT 4 Auburn Place, Brooklyn, NY 11205 (718) 222-2923 Recruitment Information Dial: Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK POLICE ACADEMY 235 E. 20th St., New York, NY 10003 (212) 477-9700

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POLICE MUSEUM 100 Old Slip, New York, NY 10005 (212) 480-3100

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PROPERTY CLERK DIVISION 1 Police Plaza, Room 208, New York, NY 10038 (646) 610-5905 PUBLIC INQUIRY AND REQUEST SECTION 1 Police Plaza, Room 152A, New York, NY 10038 (646) 610-5541 VICE ENFORCEMENT DIVISION 1 Police Plaza, Room 1200, New York, N.Y. 10039 (646) 610-6690 DOCUMENT PRODUCTION UNIT OF THE LEGAL BUREAU 1 Police Plaza, 110C, New York, NY 10038 (646) 610-5296 SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION (Aviation, Canine, Emergency Service, and Harbor Units) Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11234 (718) 677-8238 Assistant Chief Commanding--Thomas P. Purtell TRAFFIC CONTROL DIVISION 138 West 30th St., New York, NY 10001 (212) 239-2234 Deputy Chief Commanding­Edward T. Cannon TRANSIT BUREAU 370 Jay Street, 2nd Fl., Brooklyn, NY (718) 243-3441 Assistant Chief Commanding--William F. Calhoun Manhattan Transit Districts District 1--59th St. Columbus Circle (212) 258-2840 District 2--West Broadway & Lispenard St. (212) 966-5711 District 3--145th St. & St. Nicholas Ave.(212) 281-5303 District 4--Union Square & 4th Ave. (212) 253-7511 Bronx Transit Districts District 11--161st St. & River Ave. (718) 293-8311 District 12--460 Morris Park Ave. at E. 180th St. (718) 794-2300 Queens Transit Districts District 20--Queens Blvd. & Main St. (718) 558-5400 District 23--222 Beach 116th St. (718) 474-3319 Brooklyn Transit Districts District 30--Hoyt/Schermerhorn St. (718) 797-1788 District 32--960 Carroll St. (718) 221-6600 District 33--2399 Fulton St. (718) 345-4900 District 34--2800 W. 6th St. (718) 714-8403

Police Pension Fund

HOUSING BUREAU 1 Police Plaza, Room 902, New York, N.Y. 10038 (646) 610-5548 Bureau Chief Commanding--Douglas Zeigler BROOKLYN POLICE SERVICE AREAS PSA 1--2860 West 23rd St., Brooklyn (718) 265-7300 PSA 2--560 Sutter Ave., Brooklyn (718) 922-8001 PSA 3--25 Central Ave. (718) 386-4101 MANHATTAN POLICE SERVICE AREAS PSA 4--130 Avenue C, Manhattan (212) 375-9360 PSA 5--221 E. 123 St, Manhattan (212) 860-1212 PSA 6--2770 Frederick Douglas Blvd., Manhattan (212) 694-7700 BRONX POLICE SERVICE AREAS PSA 7--737 Melrose Ave., Bronx (718) 292-6161 PSA 8--2794 Randall Ave. (718) 409-1505

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QUEENS POLICE SERVICE AREAS PSA 9--155-09 Jewel Ave., Queens (718) 969-4029 Ravenswood Satellite, 34-41 21st St., L.I.C. (718) 786-0230 Rockaway Satellite, 349 Beach 54th St., Arverne (718) 318-1294 STATEN ISLAND POLICE SERVICE AREAS Staten Island Housing, 154 Lamport Blvd, (718) 815-8306

POLICE PENSION FUND

233 Broadway, New York, NY 10007 (212) 897-3415 Administered by a Board of Trustees of twelve members as follows: The Mayor, the Police Commissioner who shall be chair,the Comptroller, the Commissioner of Finance, the President and First and Second Vice Presidents of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association and Chair of the Board of Trustees P.B.A., and the Presidents of the Captains' Endowment Association., the Lieutenants' Benevolent Association., the Sergeants' Benevolent Association and the Detectives' Endowment Association. Stated meetings held in the second week of each month on day designated at prior monthly meeting. The regular September meeting of each year is the Annual meeting. The Police Commissioner, as Chairman of the Board of Trustees, appoints the Executive Director of the NYC Police Pension Fund.

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The Board of Trustees: Michael R. Bloomberg, NYC Mayor Raymond Kelly, NYC Police Commissioner, Chair

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William C. Thompson, Jr., NYC Comptroller Martha E. Stark, NYC Commissioner of Finance, Police Officer Patrick J. Lynch, President of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association, Secretary John P. Puglissi, First Vice President of the P.B.A. Police Officer Mubarar Abdul-Jabar, Second Vice President of the P.B.A. Police Officer Scott Williamson, Chair of the Board of Trustees of the P.B.A. Capt. John Driscoll, President of the Captains' Endowment Association. Lt. Anthony Garvey, President of the Lieutenants' Benevolent Association. Sgt. Edward Mullins, President of the Sergeants' Benevolent Association Det. Thomas J. Scotto, President of the Detectives' Endowment Association Executive Director­Michael D. Welsome (212) 693-5080 Deputy Executive Director­Robert Sens-Castet (212) 693-5085 General Counsel­Rhonda Cavagnaro (212) 693-5750 Director, Human Resources­Ellen J. Murphy (212) 693-5125 Director, Information Technology­William Dorney (212) 693-5901 Director, Financial Management­Charles Mistretta (212) 693-5086

DEPARTMENT OF PROBATION

33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 nyc.gov/html/prob Promotes public safety in the City of New York by providing community-oriented justice sanctions. It fulfills its responsibilities by supplying Criminal and Family Courts with information and dispositional recommendations; by supervising offenders through the monitoring and enforcing of their counseling and access to rehabilitative services; and by giving victims and their communities a voice in the justice process.

Martin F. Horn, Commissioner of Probation, Salary $162,800.Appointed January 1, 2002. (212) 361-8977; Fax: (212) 361-8985

First Deputy Commissioner­Richard E. Levy (212) 361-8970 Chief of Staff -- Judy LaPook (212) 361-8970 Director of Public Information -- Jack Ryan (212) 232-0684

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Deputy Commissioners: Administration and Planning -- Frank G. Marchiano (212) 361-8965 Adult Operations­Richard R. White (212) 232-0482 Family Court Operations­Patricia Brennan (212) 232-0486 General Counsel: General Counsel/Records Access Officer -- Florence A. Hutner (212) 232-0700 Executive Director/Counsel, Local Conditional Release Commission­Louis M. Gelormino (212) 361-8945 Associate Commissioners: Adult Operations -- Jerrold Alpern (212) 232-0457 Adult Operations -- Robert Libertelli (212) 232-0410 Family Court Services -- Vacant (212) 232-0490 Assistant Commissioners: Budget and Fiscal Services -- Henry Salvione (212) 232-0676 Human Resources & Labor Relations­Anthony Provenzano (212) 361-8891 Information Technology -- Kael Goodman (212) 361-8801 Management Analysis, Planning--John Evangelista (212) 232-0778 Operations -- Steven C. Issac (212) 232-0761 Inspector General -- Michael Caruso (646) 248-1940 60 Hudson St., New York, NY 10013 Directors: Advocate -- David Vogel (212) 361-8881 Internal Audit --Cary S. Tamler (212) 232-0565 Contracts -- Richard Tibbetts (212) 232-0656 Community Affairs­Debra Grant-Wade (212) 232-0479 Equal Employment Opportunity -- Zitamarina Rodriguez (212) 232-0581 Facilities Management --John DePrima (212)361-8962 Labor Relations Director & Health and Safety Coordinator--David Zweifler (212) 232-0506 Local Conditional Release Program -- Eileen Sullivan (212) 232-0765 Personnel --Vacant (212) 361-8943 Staff and Organizational Development -- Frank Domurad (212) 361-8868 ADULT SERVICES Manhattan 100 Centre St., New York, NY 10013 Fax: (212) 442-9560 346 Broadway, New York, NY 10013 Fax: (212) 442-6200/6176

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Assistant Commissioner--Jane Imbasciani, 100 Centre St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 442-9562 Fax: (212) 442-9561 Branches: Adult Investigation Branch "MAIV"--100 Centre St., 10th Flr., 10007 Ralph Abreu, Branch Chief (212) 442-9570 Adult Supervision High Risk Branch "MAHR" --346 Broadway, 9th Flr10013 Maureen Barrett, Branch Chief (212) 442-6229 Adult Supervision Intake Branch "MINT"--100 Centre St., 14th Flr, 10013 Vacant, Branch Chief (212) 442-1650 Adult Supervision Reporting Branch "MREP" (9th Floor) Central Interstate/Intrastate Branch "MCIU" (1st Floor) 346 Broadway, New York, NY 10013 Branch Chief - Martin Jeske (212) 442-6130 Adult Supervision, Special Offender Branch "MSOU" 100 Centre Street, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10013 Branch Chief ­ Deborah Henry (212) 442-1657 Bronx 198 East 161 St., Bronx, NY 10451 Fax: (718) 537-5401 215 East 161 St., Bronx, NY 10451 Fax: (718) 293-3319 Assistant Commissioner--Iris Hill, 198 East 161 St., 10451 (718) 537-5197; Fax: (718) 537-5399 Branches: Adult Investigation Branch--215 East 161 St., 10451 Joan Gardner, Branch Chief (718) 590-3112 Adult Investigation High Risk "BIHR"--198 East 161 St., 10451Maria Ayala, Branch Chief (718) 537-5196 Adult Supervision High Risk "BSHR"--198 East 161 St., 1045 Norma DeJesus, Branch Chief (718) 537-5190 Adult Reporting "BREP"--198 East 161 St., 10451 Shoshana Goldstein, Branch Chief (718) 537-5195 Adult Supervision - Special Offender Unit "BSOU" 198 E. 161st Street, Bronx, NY 10451 Branch Chief ­ Darryl Williams (718) 590-3077 Brooklyn 210 Joralemon St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Investigation Fax: (718) 802-4191 Supervision Fax: (718) 802-4464 345 Adams St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 Fax: (718) 403-4636 Assistant Commissioner --Ralph DiFiore (718) 802-4321/0; Fax: (718) 802-4108 Branches: Adult Investigation Branch "F"--210 Joralemon St., 11201 Annette Carchidi, Branch Chief (718) 802-4175 Adult Supervision Branch "KRED"--210 Joralemon St.,

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11201 Jeph Oyeku, Branch Chief (718) 802-4451 Adult Supervision Branch "KSHR"--345 Adams St., 11201 Rosalie Torres, Branch Chief (718) 403-4600 Adult Supervision Branch "KSIR"--210 Joralemon St., 11201 Neil Seidenberg, Branch Chief (718) 802-4350 Adult Supervision Branch "KNHR"--345 Adams St., 11201 Jay Nechamkin, Branch Chief (718) 403-3800 Adult Supervision Branch "KSOU" 465 Fountain Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11208 Branch Chief ­ Elisa Trillo (718) 235-6842

Queens 125-01 Queens Blvd. Kew Gardens, NY 11415 Fax: (718) 286-3018/3026 162-24 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica, NY 11432 Fax: (718) 658-8371/657-8281 90-02 161st St., Jamaica, NY 11432 Fax: (718) 725-0750 Assistant Commissioner -- Lorene Gilmore, 125-01 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens, NY 11415 (718) 286-3045; Fax: (718) 286-3063

Branches: Adult Investigation Branch--125-01 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens, 11415--Debbie Leon, Branch Chief (718) 286-3046 Adult Supervision Reporting Branch "QREP"--90-02 161st St.,Jamaica, 11432 -- Denise McNeill-Grant, Branch Chief (718) 725-0725 Adult Supervision Branch "QSHR"--162-24 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica,11432--Sharun Goodwin, Branch Chief (718) 658-6845 Adult Supervision Branch "K"--125-01 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens, 11415--Kathryn Cedilnik, Branch Chief (718) 286-3007 Adult Supervision Branch SOU "QSOU" 162-24 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11432 Branch Chief ­ Vincent Carrique (718) 657-7382 Staten Island 340 Bay Street, Staten Island, NY 10301 Fax: (718) 876-8799 Assistant Commissioner -- Sharon Pekuly, 340 Bay St., NY 10301 (718) 876-7459 General Information: (718) 876-7395 Branches: Adult Services (Supervision) Supervising Probation Officer (Executive Officer) ­ Robert Clark (718) 876-8396 8172

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Investigations Supervising Probation Officer ­ Susan Wu (718) 876-7877 High Risk "SIHR" Supervising Probation Officer ­ Yvonne Mills (718) 876-8229 Intake, Interstate/Intrastate Reporting Supervising Probation Officer ­ Ernest Stingone (718) 876-7772 Supervision Supervising Probation Officer­Carol Pearson (718) 876-7790 Special Offender Unit "SISOU" Supervising Probation Officer ­ Richard Eterginoso (718) 876-7778 AV/PD "SIAV/PD" Supervising Probation Officer ­ Joseph Calcutta (718) 876-7922 Citywide Intensive Supervision Program and Kings Juvenile Offender Program Assistant Commissioner -- Louisa Marquez, 33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 (212) 232-0430; Fax: (212) 232-0421 Branches: Kings Intensive Supervision Program 2-4 Nevins Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217 Branch Chief - Arnold Klein (718) 643-5859 Queens Intensive Supervision Program 162-24 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11432 Branch Chief - Arnold Klein (718) 643-5859 Kings Juvenile Offender Program 2-4 Nevins Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217 Branch Chief - Arnold Klein (718) 643-5859 Director - Vacant (718) 643-5857 Staten Island­340 Bay Street, Staten Island, NY 10301 Branch Chief - Reid Kay (718) 876-7778 Manhattan/Bronx 346 Broadway, New York, NY 10013 (212) 442-6902 215 E. 161 Street, Bronx, NY 10451(718) 590-7460 Branch Chief ­ Reid Kay FIELD OPERATIONS 33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 (212) 232-0423; Fax: (212) 232-0425 Assistant Commissioner - Miguel Ibarra - 33 Beaver Street, New York, NY 10004 (212) 232-0413 Branch Chief, Intelligence Unit - Barbara Bonura - 33 Beaver

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St., New York, NY 10004 (212) 232-0449 Branch Chief, Field Operations - Susan Pritchard -210 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201(718) 802-4074 Warrants ­ 210 Joralemon Street, 11th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 802-4075; Fax: (718) 802-4191 Intelligence Unit ­ 33 Beaver Street, 22nd Floor, New York, NY 10004 (212) 232-0451 PROGRAM SERVICES Central Restitution Unit, Executive Director -- Thomas Vorilas, 33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 (212) 232-0732 Community Services Unit, Executive Director -- Steve Cacace, 33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 (212) 232-0734 FAMILY COURT SERVICES (212) 232-0470 Fax: (212) 232-0465 Assistant Commissioner -- Pamela Hardy, 33 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 (212) 232-0457;Fax: (212) 232-0478 Branches: Kings Intake, 283 Adams Street, 1st Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-4038; Fax: (718) 522-3471 Branch Chief - Brenda Davis Kings Services, 283 Adams Street, Room 531, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-8114; Fax: (718) 643-6443 Branch Chief - Chloe Smith Manhattan Intake and Services, 115 Leonard Street, New York, NY 10013 (212) 676-8521; Fax: (212) 442-6978 Acting Branch Chief - Gineen Gray Queens Intake and Services, 151-02 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 657-4385; Fax: (718) 657-1507 Branch Chief - Sarah Blanford Bronx Family Intake & Services, 900 Sheridan Avenue, Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 590-3180; Fax: (718) 590-3217 Branch Chief - Sharon Daniel Staten Island Intake and Services, 130 Stuyvesant Place, 4th Floor, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 556-4000; Fax: (718) 556-4042 Branch Chief - Ann Christensen PROGRAMS Alternatives To Detention 33 Beaver Street, 22nd Floor, New York, NY 10004 (212) 232-0455; Fax: (212) 442-9438 Executive Director -Alphonzo Albright Branch Chiefs Bronx - Joanne Palmer - 426 Willis Ave., Bronx, NY 10454 (718) 742-8112; Fax: (718) 742-8115

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Manhattan ­ Eileen Donohue ­ 346 Broadway, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10007 (212) 442-8379; Fax: (212) 442-9438 Brooklyn ­Johnie Mae Howard ­ 346 Broadway, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10007 (212) 442-6906; Fax: (212) 442-9438 Queens ­ Udoji Obiageli ­ 177th Street & Baisley Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11434 (718) 276-4630, ext. 140; Fax: (718) 341-7453 Remand/Data Center (DJJ) 60 Lafayette Street, Rm, 2D, New York, NY 10013 (212) 442-4293; Fax: (212) 442-6979 Branch Chief- Cornell Gibson

PROCUREMENT POLICY BOARD

51 Chambers St., 11th Fl., New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-0010; Fax: (212) 788-0049 Created pursuant to Chapter 13 of the New York City Charter, the Board establishes comprehensive and consistent policies and rules governing the procurement of goods, services and construction by all City agencies, monitors the effectiveness of these rules, and reviews and updates them as necessary. The Board consists of five members, three appointed by the Mayor and two by the Comptroller . Each member serves at the pleasure of the appointing official. At least one member appointed by the Mayor and one member appointed by the Comptroller shall not hold any other public employment. No member of the Board may have substantial authority for the procurement of goods, services or construction. The Chair is designated by the Mayor. The Board has also established an Advisory Council of community and industry representatives.

Board: Brendan J. Sexton, Chair Mayoral Appointees Ross Sandler Michael Best Comptroller Appointees Arelis Echevarria Marilyn Gelber Advisory Council Chair­Chris K. O'Rourke

COMMISSION ON PUBLIC INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION

(212) 669-7200* Established by City Charter revision in November 1989 to

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educate, inform and assist the public in obtaining access to city information. Also reviews city information policies and renders advisory opinions regarding public access. Recommends application of new technology to improve public access, distribution of information, and programming for municipal broadcasting system. Publishes an annual directory of computerized city agency information. Composed of the Public Advocate as Chair, six other ex-officio members (including one Council member elected by the Council) (C) and four additional members serving no more than two consecutive four year terms, appointed as follows: two by the Mayor (M), one by the Public Advocate (PA) and one by the Borough Presidents (BP) acting collectively. Members are entitled to per diem compensation. Members serve until successors are appointed.

Public Members Term Expires Betsy Gotbaum, Chair, Public Advocate .................... ex-officio Susan L. Kupferman, Director, Mayor's Office of Operations .............................................................. ex-officio Gino P. Menchini, Commissioner, DoITT .................... ex-officio Michael A. Cardozo, Corporation Counsel .................. ex-officio Brian G. Andersson, Commissioner, DORIS .............. ex-officio

Executive Director--Vacant

*For further information, direct inquiries to COPIC, Office of the Public Advocate, Municipal Building, One Centre St., 15th Fl. North, New York, NY 10007

QUEENS BOROUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY

89-11 Merrick Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 990-0700; TDD: (718) 990-0809 www.queenslibrary.org Central Library open: Daily 10 a.m.--9 p.m; Sat. 10 a.m.--5:30 p.m. Sun.12 p.m.--5 p.m. (September through May): closed Holidays. Queens Borough Public Library is governed by a Board of nineteen Trustees, half appointed by each the Mayor and Borough President; the Mayor, Comptroller, Public Advocate, Council Speaker and Borough President, ex-officios. Term: five years and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. No salary. Regular meetings held on the third Thursday of each month. Director--Gary E. Strong (718) 990-0794 Public Relations Director--Joseph Catrambone, Jr. (718) 990-0830

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Officers of the Board of Trustees President--George L. Stamatiades Vice President--William Jefferson Secretary--Lois Marbach Treasurer--Leonard T. D'Amico Assistant Treasurer--James Y. Ho

Queens Branches Arverne--312 Beach 54th St., Arverne, NY 11692 (718) 634-4784 Astoria--14-01 Astoria Blvd., L.I.City., NY 11102 (718) 278-2220 Auburndale--25-55 Francis Lewis Blvd., Flushing, NY 11358 (718) 352-2027 Baisley Park--117-11 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11436 (718) 529-1590 Bay Terrace--18-36 Bell Blvd., Bayside, NY 11360 (718) 423-7004 Bayside--214-20 Northern Blvd., Bayside, NY 11361 (718) 229-1834 Bellerose--250-06 Hillside Ave., Bellerose, NY 11426 (718) 831-8644 Briarwood--85-12 Main St., Briarwood, NY 11435 (718) 658-1680 Broad Channel--16-26 Cross Bay Blvd., Broad Channel, NY 11693 (718) 318-4943 Broadway--40-20 Broadway, L.I.City, NY 11103 (718) 721-2462 Cambria Heights--220-20 Linden Blvd., Cambria Hts., NY 11411 (718) 528-3535 Corona--38-23 104th St., Corona, NY 11368 (718) 426-2844 Court Square--25-01 Jackson Ave., L.I. City, NY 11101 (718) 937-2790 Douglaston-Little Neck--249-01 Northern Blvd., Little Neck, NY 11363 (718) 225-8414 East Elmhurst--95-06 Astoria Blvd., East Elmhurst, NY 11369 (718) 424-2619 East Flushing--196-36 Northern Blvd., Flushing, NY 11358 (718) 357-6643 Elmhurst--86-01 Broadway, Elmhurst, NY 11373 (718) 271-1020 Far Rockaway--1637 Central Ave., Far Rockaway, NY 11691 (718) 327-2549 Flushing--41-17 Main St., Flushing, NY 11354 (718) 661-1200 Forest Hills--108-19 71st Ave., Forest Hills, NY 11375 (718) 268-7934 Fresh Meadows--193-20 Horace Harding Exp'way, Fresh Meadows, NY 11365 (718) 454-7272

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Glen Oaks--256-04 Union Turnpike, Glen Oaks, NY 11004 (718) 831-8636 Glendale--78-60 73rd Pl., Glendale, NY 11385 (718) 821-4980 Hillcrest--187-05 Union Turnpike, Flushing, NY 11366 (718) 454-2786 Hollis--202-05 Hillside Ave., Hollis, NY 11423 (718) 465-7355 Howard Beach--92-06 156 Ave., Howard Beach, NY 11414 (718) 641-7086 Jackson Heights--35-51 81st St., Jackson Heights, NY 11372 (718) 899-2500 Kew Gardens Hills--72-33 Vleigh Pl., Flushing, NY 11367 (718) 261-6654 Langston Hughes--100-01Northern Blvd., Corona, NY 11368 (718) 651-1100 Laurelton--134-26 225th St., Laurelton, NY 11413 (718) 528-2822 Lefferts--103-34 Lefferts Blvd., Richmond Hill, NY 11419 (718) 843-5950 Lefrak City--98-25 Horace Harding Exp'way, Corona, NY 11368 (718) 592-7677 Maspeth--69-70 Grand Ave., Maspeth, NY 11378 (718) 639-5228 McGoldrick--155-06 Roosevelt Ave., Flushing, NY 11354 (718) 461-1616 Middle Village--72-31 Metropolitan Ave., Middle Village, NY 11379 (718) 326-1390 Mitchell-Linden--29-42 Union St., Flushing, NY 11354 (718) 539-2330 North Forest Park--98-27 Metropolitan Ave., Forest Hills, NY 11375 (718) 261-5512 North Hills--57-04 Marathon Parkway, Little Neck, NY 11362 (718) 225-3550 Ozone Park--92-24 Rockaway Blvd., Ozone Park, NY 11417 (718) 845-3127 Peninsula--92-25 Rockaway Beach Blvd., R'way Beach, NY 11693 (718) 634-1110 Pomonok--158-21 Jewel Ave., Flushing, NY 11365 (718) 591-4343 Poppenhusen--121-23 14th Ave., College Point, NY 11356 (718) 359-1102 Queens Village--94-11 217th St., Queens Village, NY 11428 (718) 776-6800 Queensboro Hill--60-05 Main St., Flushing, NY 11355 (718) 359-8332 Queensbridge--10-43 41st Ave., L.I. City, NY 11101 (718) 937-6266 Ravenswood--35-32 21st St., L.I. City, NY 11106 (718) 784-2112

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Rego Park--91-41 63rd Drive, Rego Park, NY 11374 (718) 459-5140 Richmond Hill--118-14 Hillside Ave., Richmond Hill, NY 11418 (718) 849-7150 Ridgewood--20-12 Madison St., Ridgewood, NY 11385 (718) 821-4770 Rochdale Village--169-09 137th Ave., Jamaica, NY 11434 (718) 723-4440 Rosedale--144-20 243rd St., Rosedale, NY 11422 (718) 528-8490 St. Albans--191-05 Linden Blvd., St. Albans, NY 11412 (718) 528-8196 Seaside--116-15 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Rockaway Park, NY 11694 (718) 634-1876 South Hollis--204-01 Hollis Ave., So. Hollis, NY 11412 (718) 465-6779 South Jamaica--108-41 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11433 (718) 739-4088 South Ozone Park--128-16 Rockaway Blvd. South Ozone Park, NY 11420 (718) 529-1660 Steinway--21-45 31st St., L.I. City, NY 11105 (718) 728-1965 Sunnyside--43-06 Greenpoint Ave., L.I. City, NY 11104 (718) 784-3033 Whitestone--151-10 14th Rd., Whitestone, NY 11357 (718) 767-8010 Windsor Park--79-50 Bell Blvd., Bayside, NY 11364 (718) 468-8300 Woodhaven--85-41 Forest Pkwy., Woodhaven, NY 11421 (718) 849-1010 Woodside--54-22 Skillman Ave., Woodside, NY 11377 (718) 429-4700

NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF RECORDS & INFORMATION SERVICES

31 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 NYC.gov/html/doris The Department of Records and Information Services (DORIS) was created by Local Law 49 of 1977, which added Chapter 72 to the Charter of the City of New York. Section 3003 of the Law designates the Commissioner as the chief archivist of the City, and as the chief reference and research librarian and public records officer for the Mayor, Borough Presidents, and the Council. This law consolidated responsibility for organization and retrieval of records, reports and archival documents produced by past and present City governments. The Municipal Archives appraises, accessions, classifies, arranges and makes available for research irreplaceable historical records of New York City government. The

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Municipal Records Management Division insures the maintenance of records in all City agencies having continuing administrative and legal value and the retirement or proper disposal of those no longer in current use. It develops uniform standards and procedures to assist City agencies in their records management programs. The Municipal Reference and Research Center provides library/information services through its collections which are relevant to New York City governmental matters and is the depository for all official reports and studies published by New York City departments, commissions and divisions. The Charter requires agencies to submit four copies of each report to this division.

Brian G. Andersson, Commissioner. Salary $113,600. Appointed January 1, 2002. (212) 788-8607

Executive Offices Suite 305 Fax: (212) 788-8614 Deputy Commissioner/Public Access Officer-- Stephen R. Rolandi (212) 788-8610 Assistant Commissioner--Eileen M. Flannelly (212) 788-8604 Director of Administration--Vickie Moore (212) 788-8622 Secretary to the Commissioner--Vacant (212) 788-8609 Municipal Archives 31 Chambers St., Suite 103, New York, NY 10007 Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Fax: 385-0984 Open to the public Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Friday to 1:00 p.m. Director--Kenneth R. Cobb (212) 788-8585 Deputy Director--Leonora Gidlund (212) 788-8629 Reference Room--Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Microfilm Unit Supervisor--Richard Joe (212) 788-8645 Conservator--Ellen Chin (212) 788-8637 Municipal Records Management Division 31 Chambers St., Suite 105, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-8552 Fax: (212) 788-8566 Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For use by city agencies ONLY. Director--Mostaque Chowdhury (212) 788-8550 Deputy Director--Vacant (212) 788-8575 Chief, Reference Unit--Alla Kerzhnerman (212) 788-8565 Compliance & Statistics Unit (212) 788-8557 Chief, Computer Operations--Vacant (212) 788-8567

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Secretary to the Director--Theresa Nota (212) 788-8552 Grants Administration Unit 31 Chambers St., Suite 107, New York NY 10007 (212) 788-8571 NYC.gov/html/grants/home.html Supervisor--Sharon A. Jones (212) 788-8571 Program Officer--Vacant (212) 788-8575 Municipal Reference & Research Center (Library) 31 Chambers St., Suite 112, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-8590 Fax: (212) 788-8589 Open to the public. Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. NYC.gov/html/doris/html/dorisref.html Director--Paul Perkus (212) 788-8596 Technical Services--Harold Miller (212) 788-8599 Chief, Public Services--Christine Bruzzese (212) 788-8595 Acquisitions--Mary Skinner (212) 788-8597 Civil Service Reference Information (212) 788-8593 Inter-Library Loan Services--Vacant (212) 788-8590 Archives, Reference and Research Advisory Board 31 Chambers St., Suite 306, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-8608 Fax:(212) 788-8614 City Charter Chapter 72, Section 3009 stipulates that this fifteen-member board shall be appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the Mayor. The Advisory Board consults with and advises the Commissioner on the operations of the Municipal Archives and of the Municipal Reference and Research Center.

Members of the Board: Prof. John B. Manbeck, Chair Victor Robles Barbara Margolis Richard Dickerson Joan Maynard Howard Dodson Brenda Parnes Joseph M. Fitzpatrick Steven M. Sinacori Miguel O. Martinez Thomas Tam (3) Vacancies Prof. Peter J. Wosh

RENT GUIDELINES BOARD

51 Chambers St., Rm. 202, New York, NY 10007 Rent & Housing Information: (212) 385-2934; Fax: 385-2554 E-mail: [email protected]

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Mandated to establish rent adjustments for dwelling units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law. It is composed of nine members appointed by the Mayor, of which two are representative of tenants, two are representative of owners of property, and five are public members each having at least five years experience in finance, economics or housing. The Mayor designates one public member as Chair. The Chair serves at the pleasure of the Mayor; the other eight members serve for periods of years. Compensation: Chair $125 a day, not to exceed fifty days a year; members $100 a day, not to exceed twenty-five days a year.

Members Marvin Markus

David Rubenstein Harold A. Lubell Agustin Rivera Vacant David D. Pagan Vincent S. Castellano Adriene Holder Mort Starrobin

Representation Chair

Public Owners Public Public Tenants Owner Tenants Public

Term Expires Dec 31 At pleasure of the Mayor 2003 1994 1997 1999 1998 1999 2002 2002

Executive Director--Anita Visser (212) 385-2934

DEPARTMENT OF SANITATION

125 Worth St., New York, NY 10013 Complaints/Information/Recycling Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Fax: (212) 941-2110 NYC/gov/sanitation The Department keeps New York City clean by collecting and managing solid waste; clearing the streets of litter, snow and ice; cleaning debris from vacant lots; tagging and removing derelict vehicles; repairing equipment; enforcing Health and Administrative Code provisions concerning illegal dumping; maintenance of the proper disposal of asbestos and medical waste and the proper operation of solid waste transfer stations. To carry out its waste management function, the Department's responsibilities include recycling, waste reduction, and the operation of waste disposal facilities.

NAMES

John Doherty, Commissioner. Salary $162,800. Appointed February 1, 2002. The Sanitation Commissioner is also a member, ex-officio, of the Environmental Control Board and

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the Treasurer and Trustee of the Relief & Pension Fund of the Department of Street Cleaning. Equal Employment Opportunity Director--Fernando Camacho (212) 219-5012 Inspector General--Robert F. Roach (212) 788-8012 Deputy Inspector General-- Frank Floridia (212) 788-8005/8010 BUREAU OF OPERATIONS First Deputy Commissioner, Peter Montalbano (646) 885-4727 Special Assistant to First Deputy Commissioner-- Chief Anthony Etergineoso (646) 885-4731 Special Counsel--Evelyn Reis (646) 885-4606 Director, Bureau of Cleaning & Collection-- Chief Benedict Cecere (646) 885-4734/4733 Director, Bureau of Waste Disposal--Chief Martin Bellew (646) 885-4684 Director, Personnel Management Division-- Chief Bennett Dickerson (646) 885-4607 Director, Safety & Training Division--Chief James Sims (718) 334-9248 Chief of Staff's Office Chief of Staff--Michael Bimonte (646) 885-4777 Special Assistant to Chief of Staff--Thomas Milora (646) 885-5027 Director, Permit & Inspection Unit--Vacant Director, Environmental Enforcement Unit--Vacant Bureau of Cleaning and Collection Director, Bureau of Cleaning & Collection-- Chief Benedict Cecere (646) 885-4734/4733 Chief, Bureau Operations--Bernard Sullivan (646) 885-4517 Chief, Cleaning Operations--Rocco Sabatella (646) 885-4577 Chief, Collection Operations--Peter McKeon (646) 885-4820 Asst. Chief, Lot Cleaning Division--Victor Calderone (212) 410-8811 Deputy Chief, Derelict Vehicles--John Capo (212) 727-8322 Borough Offices & Borough Commissioners: Manhattan--427 E. 87th St. 10028 (212) 360-3520 Borough Commissioner--Adolph Stampfel Bronx--800 E. 176th St. 10460 (718) 901-1295 Borough Commissioner--Wallace Williams Brooklyn South- 1824 Shore Pkwy. 11214 (718) 714-2704 Borough Commissioner--Joseph Montgomery Brooklyn North--465 Hamilton Ave. 11232 (718) 768-7719

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Borough Commissioner--Michael Hawkins Queens East--120-15 31st Ave. 11356 (718) 321-6400/09 Borough Commissioner--James Moss Queens West-52-35 58th St. 11377 (718) 334-9183 Borough Commissioner--John Nucatola Staten Island--2500 Richmond Ave. 10314 (718) 370-5400 Borough Commissioner--Paul Milora Office Of Real Estate 51 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007 Director--Daniel Klein (212) 788-7956 Deputy Director--Arlana Davis (212) 788-7952 Bureau of Public Information & Community Affairs Deputy Commissioner--Vito A.Turso (646) 885-5020 General Superintendent­Keith W. Mellis (646) 885-4716 Director, Office of Public Information--Kathy Dawkins (646) 885-4720 Assistant Director, Office of Public Information-- John Pampalone (646) 885-5038 Assistant Commissioner, Office of Community Affairs-- Maria Termini (646) 885-4503 Communications Administrator--Henry Ehrhardt (646) 885-4527 Supervisor, Sanitation Action Center--Hilda Marrero (212) 219-8090 Supervisor, Central Correspondence Unit--Elissa Werbin (212) 219-5007 Sanitation Enforcement 1824 Shore Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11214 Assistant Commissioner--Dino Russo (718) 714-2781 Bureau of Waste Disposal Director--Chief Martin Bellew (646) 885-4684 Deputy Director--Michael Mucci (646) 885-4693 Director, Bureau Contracting Office--Arthur Chigas (646) 885-4530 Director, Export Contract Management Unit--Robert Kuhl (646) 885-4708 Director, Fresh Kills-- Dennis Diggins (718) 967-1400 Deputy Director, Fresh Kills--Dean Petrelis (718) 967-4240 Operations Support Officer-- Ralph Mondella (646) 885-4698 Operations Support Officer--Frank Feeney (646) 885-4695 Operations Control Office (646) 885-4700 Director, Mechanical Operations--Ted Feaser (718) 370-5218 Director, Landfill Engineering--Michael Massi (212) 370-5210 Director, Landfill Engineering--Phil Gleason (212) 837-8370 Director, Marine Transportation--Edward Olsen (718) 964-4686

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Director,Marine Transfer Stations--Gabriel Neama (718) 899-0176 Bureau of Waste Prevention, Reuse and Recycling 44 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 (212) 837-8000 Director­Robert Lange (212) 837-8156 Deputy Director, Administration--Robert Kuman (212) 837-8251 Deputy Director, Composting--Venetia Lannon (212) 837-8167 Deputy Director, Recycling--Susan Cohen (212) 837-8154 Deputy Director, Waste Prevention--David Kleckner (212) 837-8175 Deputy Director, Public Education--Marni Aaron (212) 837-8301 Safety and Training 52-35 58th St., Woodside, NY 11377 (718) 334-9248 Director--Chief James Sims (718) 334-9248 Deputy Director--Stephen Harbin (718) 334-9230 Assistant Director, Safety--Joseph Hickey (718) 334-9251 Assistant Director, Computer Training--Julianna Wiessner (718) 334-9241 Equipment Training--Sam Lebovits (718) 434-6420 Management Development--Charles McCarthy (718) 334-9242 Training--Michael Bonacorsa (718) 334-9245 Truck Measuring--Carl Malatino (718) 334-9085 Personnel Management Division Director--Bennett Dickerson (646) 885-4607 Deputy Chief--Ralph DaMario (646) 885-4610 Deputy Director--Sima Casillo (646) 885-4633 BUREAU OF LEGAL AFFAIRS Deputy Commissioner--Bob Orlin (646) 885-4763 Assistant Commissioner--James Strauss (646) 885-5004 Assistant Commissioner, Intergovernmental Counsel-- Anne Marie Santangelo (646) 885-4767 General Counsel/Records Access Officer-- Francis J. Valentino (646) 885-5006 Employment/Discipline Counsel--Sophia Toscano (212) 788-7977 Director of Environmental Review--John Strauss (646) 885-4685 Agency Chief Contracting Officer (ACCO)

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51 Chambers St., Rm. 801, New York, NY 10007 Fax: (212) 788-7999 Assistant Commissioner--Ronald Blendermann (212) 788-8000 Deputy ACCO--Judith Boernsen (212) 788-8039 Contracts Coordinator--Marguerite Ward (212) 788-8002

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BUREAU OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION Deputy Commissioner/Financial Management & Administration--Lorenzo Cipollina (646) 885-4793 Director of Planning and Budget-- Michael Ebert (646) 885-4805 Director of Fiscal Services--Mark Schnabel (917) 417-1585 (cell phone) Director, Internal Audit--Cris Gonzalez (212) 442-0512 Director of Human Resources--Ellen Doubraski (917) 807-5466 (cell phone) Director of Engineering Audit--Harshad C. Shah (212) 837-8270 Director of Labor Relations--Eugene J. Egan (646) 885-4800 Director of Management Information Services--Steven Stam (917) 237-5259 Director, Operations Management Division--David Nati (646) 885-4655 Director, Medical Division--Joseph Miller (212) 837-8393 Director, Work Experience Program--Ruth Joyner (212) 219-5132 BUREAU OF SUPPORT OPERATIONS Deputy Commissioner/Support Operations-- Jerry Della Corte (646) 885-4756 Bureau of Motor Equipment 52-35 58th St., Woodside, NY 11377 Director, Equipment Operations--Rocco DiRico (718) 334-8912 Director, Administration & Materials Management-- Gordon Keit (718) 334-9292 Director, Fiscal Services & Computer Support--Ben Bilder (718) 334-8970 Bureau of Building Maintenance 52-35 58th St., Woodside, NY 11377 (718) 334-9100 Director--Frank Conroy (718) 334-9117

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Bureau of Engineering 44 Beaver Street, New York, NY 10004 Chief Engineer--Danny Walsh, P.E. (212) 837-8006

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Capital Budget Engineering Support Director--Michael Ebert (646) 885-4737 Bureau Of Long Term Export 44 Beaver Street, New York, NY 10004 Assistant Commissioner--Harry Szarpanski, P.E. (212) 837-8001 Director, Special Projects--Walter Czwartacky (212) 837-8039 Director, Environmental Review--Sarah Dolinar (212) 837-8333 Director, Engineering--Brij Shrivastava, P.E. (212) 837-8060

NEW YORK CITY SPORTS COMMISSION

2 Washington Street, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10004 (212) 487-7120 Fax: (212) 487-7090 Toll Free: (877) NYC SPORTS (877) 682-7767 NYC.gov/sports Established by Local Law 74 of 1986, to insure the continuation and growth of a healthy environment for professional, amateur and scholastic sports activities in New York City. Composed of five members as follows: two appointed by the Mayor, two appointed by the Speaker of the Council and one designated chair by the Mayor, after consultation with the Speaker. Terms: three years, no compensation.

Kenneth J. Podziba, Commissioner. Appointed January 15, 2002. (212) 487-5676

Executive Assistant to the Commissioner--Michelle Zareck (212) 487-7120 Deputy Commissioner--Andrew S. Gould (212) 487-5665 Sr. Project Manager--Marc C. Mugnos (212) 487-5663 Project Manager­Amanda Sells (212) 487-5988

Members Term Expires Mitchell B. Modell Chair.....................................................2002 Daniel L. Doctoroff, Deputy Mayor.....................................2002

BOARD OF STANDARDS AND APPEALS

40 Rector Street, 9th Flr, New York, NY 10006 (212) 513-4670 Hearing Room: Sixth Floor Fax: (212) 513-4690 NYC.gov/html/bsa Meets on Tuesdays at 10 a.m., and 1:30 p.m. Composed of five Commissioners. Terms: six years.

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Qualifications: One Commissioner shall be a registered architect with at least 10 years' experience as an architect. One shall be a licensed professional engineer with at least 10 years' experience as an engineer. One shall be a planner with professional qualifications and with at least 10 years' experience as a planner. Of the members, no more than two shall be residents of any one borough. The Mayor designates the Chair and Vice Chair from among the members. The Chair must have had the required experience as an architect, engineer or planner. Salaries: Chair, $152,500. An Executive Director of Standards and Appeals is appointed by the Board.

Members Term Expires James Chin, Chair ............................................... July 10, 2007 Satish K. Babbar, R.A., Vice Chair ...................... July 10, 2007 Peter Caliendo ...................................................... Jan. 1, 2005 Mitchell A. Korbey. ................................................. Oct. 6, 2003 Joel A. Miele Sr., P.E .......................................... Sept.. 1, 2003

Executive Director--Pasquale Pacifico (212) 513-4676 Deputy Director--Roy E. Starrin (212) 513-4685 Counsel--Vacant (212) 513-4679

NEW YORK CITY TAX APPEALS TRIBUNAL

One Centre Street, Room 2400 New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-2070 Fax: (212) 669-2211 A quasi-judicial agency established by Charter sections 168 through 172, as amended by act of the New York State Legislature on June 28, 1992. Hears and decides cases involving protests from notices issued by the Commissioner of Finance (which give the right to petition for a hearing), involving NYC-administered taxes and charges other than the Real Property Tax. Administrative Law Judges conduct hearings and issue Determinations which may be appealed by either party to the Commissioners of Tribunal (en banc). Composition: President and two Commissioners appointed by the Mayor (terms: 6 years), salary $125,600 (set at same level as a Civil Court Judge); and four Administrative Law Judges.

Commissioners Glenn Newman, President Kalman Finkel Arthur A. Strauss

General Counsel and Records Access Officer-- Mary E. Gallagher (212) 669-2070

Term Expires June 30, 2008 June 30, 2004 June 30, 2006

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Administrative Law Judge Division 1 Centre St., Rm. 2430, New York, N.Y. 10007 (212) 669-4501 Fax: (212) 669-4503 Chief Administrative Law Judge--Steven J. Gombinski (212) 669-4333 Deputy Chief Administrative Law Judge--Warren Hauben (212) 669-4344 Administrative Law Judges: Anne W. Murphy (212) 669-4337 Marlene F. Schwartz (212) 669-4339 Inspector General­Vincent E. Green (212) 825-2468

THE TAX COMMISSION

Municipal Bldg., 1 Centre Street, New York, NY 10007 (212) 669-4410 NYC.gov/html/taxcomm The Tax Commission serves as the City of New York's administrative review body with regard to real property tax assessments set by the Department of Finance. In accordance with state and local law, as informed by underlying fundamental constitutional imperatives, the Tax Commission's core responsibilities include acceptance for filing, reviewing and analyzing, conducting hearings, rendering determinations, ordering remedial action where appropriate, and issuing written notifications of outcome in connection with annual applications for correction of real property tax assessments. Real property tax assessment-related claims subject to administrative review and corrective action by the Tax Commission encompass, as defined by applicable law, inequality; excessiveness, including the denial of a full or partial exemption; unlawfulness; and misclassification. The Tax Commission's administrative determinations are subject to de novo judicial review. Commissioners Salary: $23,003

Commissioners Term expires January 6 Ben Celaj, Appointed Nov. 1, 2001 Bronx...............................................................................2006 David A. Goldstein, Appointed Sept. 18, 1998 Manhattan........................................................................2004 Aladar G. Gyimesi, Appointed May 19, 1997 Staten Island....................................................................2002 Lee A. Mayersohn, Appointed Nov. 1, 2001 Queens............................................................................2006 Kirk Tzanides, Appointed March 9, 2001 Brooklyn...........................................................................2004

Taxi & Limousine Comm.

Glenn Newman, President, Appointed in 2002. Term expires January 6, 2008 Salary: $152,500 (212) 669-4401

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General Counsel --Reed Schneider (212) 669-4407 Director of Operations--Myrna Hall (212) 669-4420 Director of Appraisal & Hearings--Carlo Silvestri (212) 669-4412 Director of Information Technology--Carl Mora (212) 669-2954 Inspector General--Vincent E. Green (212) 825-2468

TAXI AND LIMOUSINE COMMISSION

40 Rector St., New York, NY 10006 (212) 676-1000 TTY: (212) 341-9596 Customer Service Hotline--Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK

NYC.gov/taxi Created in 1971 by Local Law No. 12, the Taxi and Limousine Commission is a Charter-mandated agency, the purpose of which is the continuance, further development and improvement of taxi and for-hire vehicle service in the City of New York. The Commission is also responsible for licensing and regulating for-hire vehicle, commuter van and wheelchair-accessible van services as it relates to the overall public transportation network of the city; to establish taxicab rates for all regulated industries, standards of service, standards of insurance and minimum coverage; standards for driver safety; standards for equipment safety and design; and standards and criteria for the licensing of vehicles, drivers and operators engaged in such services. The Commission shall consist of nine members (eight unsalaried) to be appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the city council; five of said members, one resident from each of the five boroughs of New York City, shall be recommended for appointment by a majority vote of the councilmembers of each respective borough.

Members Matthew W. Daus, Chair (Mayoral) Elias Arout (R City Council) Harry Giannoulis (Q City Council) Noach Dear (K City Council) Harry Rubinstein (Mayoral) Elliot G. Sander (Mayoral) Alberto Torres (B City Council)

Term Expires Jan. 31 2003 1994 2001 2008 2005 2005 2001

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Ramona M. Whaley (M City Council) One Vacancy

Matthew W. Daus, Commissioner/Chair, Chief Executive Officer. Confirmed August 22, 2001; term expires January 31, 2003. (212) 676-1003 Fax: (212) 676-1100

Office of the Commissioner Executive Assistant to the Commissioner--Jacqueline Olvera, (212) 676-1007 Assistant to the Commissioner--Jeanie Ahn (212) 676-1009 Office of the Chief Of Staff Chief of Staff/Agency Chief Contracting Officer­Ira Goldstien (212) 676-1017 Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff--Yecheskel Menashe (212) 676-1031 Assistant Commissioner, Human Resources­Paula Navarro (212) 676-1080 Equal Employment Opportunity Officer--Carmen Rojas (212) 676-1095 Executive Director, Training­Karen Lucas (718) 391-5654 Licensing & Adjudications Division Deputy Commissioner-- Joseph Eckstein (718) 391-5667 Assistant Commissioner, Licensing­Desiree Blackwood (718) 391-5605 Executive Director, Licensing­Bill Carter (718) 391-5651 Director, Staten Island Facility­Steven Brunetti (718) 815-3734 Director, JFK Int'l Airport Adjudications Facility­Felicia Rizzi (718) 244-4215 Office of Legal Affairs Deputy Commissioner, Legal Affairs/General Counsel-- Peter M. Mazer (212) 676-1117 Deputy General Counsel­Charles Tortorici (212) 676-1107 Assistant Commissioner, Special Projects-Peter Tumminelli (212) 676-1035 Records Access Officer--Effie Pasagiannis (212) 676-1126 Office of Public Affairs (212) 676-1013 Fax: (212) 676-1101 Deputy Commissioner--Allan J. Fromberg Executive Director, Public Affairs--Paul Wein Office of Policy/Programs Deputy Commissioner--Barbara Schechter (212) 676-1010

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Management Accountability And Productivity Program (M.A.P.P.) Executive Director, M.A.P.P. Unit--Margaret Bolger (212) 676-1022 TLC Health Insurance Program Director­Juanita Rodriguez (212) 676-1146 Office of Finance and Administration Assistant Commissioner Administrative Services­ Nicholas A. Venezia (212) 676-1049 Director of Budget & Accounting--Deborah Murphy (212) 676-1029 Director, Management Information Systems--Joseph Gordon (212) 676-1050 Deputy Director, Management Information Systems­ Diane LaStella (212) 676-1053 Director, Procurement­Robin Price (212) 676-1040 Office Of Consumer Relations Special Assistant to the Commissioner for Consumer & Intergovernmental Relations--Vincent Grippo Jr. (212) 676-1177 Director, Consumer Adjudications--Eileen Henry (212) 676-1188 Director, Call Center & Correspondence Unit--Dawn Sherman (212) 676-1056 Uniformed Services Bureau Deputy Commissioner, Uniformed Services Bureau-- Joseph Midolo (718) 267-4516 Assistant Commissioner, Enforcement Division-- Robert Lentol (718) 267-4517 Assistant Commissioner, Safety & Emissions Division-- Jed Appelbaum (718) 267-4598 Inspector General Inspector General--John P. McMahon (212) 825-2402

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT BOARD

40 Worth St., New York, NY 10013 (888) 8-NYC-TRS Fax: (212) 386-5209 www.trs.nyc.ny.us Usually meets at 3:30 p.m. on the third Thursday in each month. Composed of seven members as follows: The President of the Board of Education and the Comptroller, ex-officio, two members appointed by the Mayor, one a member of the Board of Education;

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three members of the Teachers' Retirement Association elected from the contributors for terms of three years. Vacancies of teacher-members are filled for unexpired terms. No Salary. Chair selected by Board. Terms of the teacher-members expire on the Tuesday following the second Thursday in May of the year specified.

Members Martha E. Stark, Chairperson Horatio Sparkes (Comptroller Representative) Kathleen Grimm (Representative of the Chancellor) Philip Berry (Member, Panel for Educational Policy) Sandra March (Teacher-Member) 2004. Mona Romain (Teacher-Member) 2002. Melvyn Aaronson (Teacher-Member) 2003 . Executive Director­Stanley J. Kessock (212) 386-5200 Deputy Executive Director--Vacant Directors: Jonathan L. Kimmel (212) 386-5200 Jameel Mohammed (212) 386-5010 Diane R. Slucker Sisenwein (212) 386-5097 Virginia Lee (212) 386-5224 John Coughlin (212) 386-5084 Nelson Serrano (212) 386-5334 Robert Bethelmy (212) 386-5103 Mangesh Taribagil (212) 386-5324 Patricia Kelly (212) 386-5324 Chief Accountant--Paul J. Raucci (212) 386-5153 Chief Actuary--Robert C. North, Jr. (212) 442-5775 Records Access Officer--Jonathan L. Kimmel (212) 386-5200

The Medical Board Composed of three physicians, one appointed by the teachermembers of the Retirement Board, one by other Retirement Board members, and one by the whole Board; the latter must be an expert in women's diseases or in diseases of the nervous system. Term three years and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Vacancies filled for unexpired terms. Chair elected by Medical Board. Meetings held as required at the office of the Teachers' Retirement Board.

Members Term Expires Laura Brumberg, M.D., 343 E. 30th St. New York, NY 10016.........................................July 31, 2005 Walter Pizzi, M.D., 86-39 105th St. Richmond Hill, NY 11418..................................July 31, 2003 Alan David, M.D., 160 E. 88th St., New York, NY 10128........................................July 31, 2004

Transportation, Dept. of

75 Park Pl., 6th Fl., New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-5877 NYC.gov/tfa

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NYC TRANSITIONAL FINANCE AUTHORITY

A public benefit corporation created by the New York State Legislature in 1997 for the purpose of financing a portion of the capital program of the City of New York.

Board of Directors (All Ex-officio members) Mark Page, Chair Martha E. Stark William C. Thompson, Jr. Kenneth R. Holden A. Gifford Miller

Executive Director--Mark Page (212) 788-5900 Treasurer--Alan Anders (212) 788-5872 Secretary--Marjorie E. Henning (212) 788-5880 General Counsel--Prescott D. Ulrey (212) 788-5882 Deputy Treasurer--Wei-Li Pai (212) 788-5886 Comptroller--Lawrence R. Glantz (212) 788-6019 Manager of Investor Relations--Raymond Orlando (212) 788-5875 Assistant Secretary--Albert F. Moncure, Jr. (212) 788-1160 Assistant Treasurer--F. Jay Olson (212) 788-9170

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

40 Worth St., New York, NY 10013 24 hour information and complaint number: Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK TTY(212) 504-5115 NYC.gov/calldot

Iris Weinshall, Commissioner Appointed September 8, 2000 Salary $162,800. (212) 676-0868; Fax: (212) 442-7007

Executive Assistant to the Commissioner ­ Liz Weinstein (212) 442-7320 First Deputy Commissioner--Judith E. Bergtraum (212) 442-7042 General Counsel--Philip Damashek (212) 442-7730 Deputy Commissioner for Administrative Services-- Conan Freud (212) 676-0562 Deputy Commissioner/Chief Bridge Officer--Henry Perahia (212) 788-2100 Deputy Commissioner for External Affairs/Senior Policy Advisor--David Woloch (212) 442-7005 Deputy Commissioner for Passenger Transport--

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Robert Grotell (212) 487-8300 Deputy Commissioner for Street and Arterial Maintenance-- Leon W. Heyward (212) 487-8420 Deputy Commissioner for Procurement & Technical Services­ Howard Altschuler (212) 442-3667 Deputy Commissioner for Traffic Operations-- Michael Primeggia (718) 433-3370 Inspector General 40 Worth St. Rm. 821 New York NY 10013 Inspector General--Ronald P. Calvosa (212) 442-8100 First Deputy Inspector General--Mary Piechocki (212) 442-8098 OFFICE OF THE FIRST DEPUTY COMMISSIONER First Deputy Commissioner­Judith E. Bergtraum (212) 442-7042 Chief of Staff--Stephanie Cooper (212) 442-7703 Executive Assistant--Ann Schiavone (212) 442-7042 Assistant Commissioner, Performance and Management Accountability ­ Giancarlo Bonagura (212) 442-7322 Office of the Auditor General 51 Chambers Street, Room 420, New York NY 10007 Auditor General--Thomas C. Mathews (212) 788-8162; Fax: (212) 788-8159 Director, Engineering Audit Bureau--Andy Lalchandani, P.E. (212) 788-8193; Fax: (212) 788-8208 Deputy Director, Engineering Audit Bureau--Vacant (212) 442-9465; Fax: (212) 788-8208 Director, Financial and Management Audit Bureau-- Lucita C. Andres, CPA (212) 788-8165; Fax:(212)788-8159 Director, Financial Audits--Vacant (212) 788-8188 Director, Management Audits--Vacant (212) 788-8166 Fax: (212) 788-8159 Director, Field Inspection Audit Team (FIAT)-- Eduardo Cousillas (718) 391-2809; Fax (718) 391-2825 30-30 Thomson Avenue, 2nd Floor South, Long Island City, NY 11101 Chief, Inspection Unit--Pia Simpson (718) 391-2813 Borough Commissioners Bronx Division 1400 Williamsbridge Road, Bronx NY 10461 Borough Commissioner--Constance Moran (718) 792-8010, ext. 117; Fax: (718) 409-2664 Brooklyn Division 16 Court Street, Brooklyn NY 11241

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Acting Borough Commissioner--Lori Ardito (718) 222-7259 Fax: (718) 222-7256 Lower Manhattan 40 Worth Street 10th floor New York NY 10013 Borough Commissioner--Andrew Salkin (212) 788-8989 Fax: (212) 788-8986 Manhattan Division 40 Worth Street 11th floor New York NY 10013 Borough Commissioner--Margaret Forgione (212) 442-7447; Fax: (212) 442-7260 Office of Special Events 40 Worth Street Room 1223, New York NY 10013 Assistant Commissioner, Special Events ­ Evan Korn (212) 442-1700; Fax: (212) 442-7212 Director ­Brenda Rivera (212) 442-7209 Queens Division 30-30 Thomson Ave. 5th fl. North, Long Island City NY 11101 Borough Commissioner--Joseph Cannisi (718) 391-2718; Fax: (718) 391-2709 Director, Community Affairs--C. Peter Goslett (718) 391-2719 Staten Island Division 10 Richmond Terrace, Room 300, Staten Island NY 10301 Borough Commissioner--John Giaccio (718) 816-2373; Fax: (718) 816-2385 Highway Inspection and Quality Assurance (HIQA) and Street Assessment Acting Assistant Commissioner - Vincent Maniscalco (212) 442-7160; fax: (212) 676-9997 Director, HIQA Unit--Anita Garrison (212) 442-7155; Fax: (212) 676-9997 Director, HIQA Budget & Personnel Services ­ Verica Hill (212) 442-7158; Fax: (212) 676-9997 Deputy Director, HIQA Operations--Joseph Yacca (212) 442-8011; Fax: (212) 676-9997 Deputy Director, HIQA Technical Services--Guy Rhodes (212) 442-8009; Fax: (212) 676-9997 Coordinator, Special Units ­ Frank Richerme (718) 222-7202 Fax: (718) 222-7213 Coordinator, Night Unit--Clayton Lamb (718) 222-7200; Fax: (718) 222-7213 Lower Manhattan Borough Coordinator ­ Wolfang Lubo (212) 442-7165; Fax: (212) 676-9997 HIQA Borough Coordinator (Brooklyn)--Frank Rodriguez

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16 Court Street, Rm 1512, Brooklyn NY 11241 (718) 222-7237; Fax: (718) 780-8082 HIQA Borough Coordinator (Manhattan)--Lashawn Clemens, 51 Chambers St., Rm. 1225, New York NY 10007 (212) 788-8218; Fax: (212) 788-8224 HIQA Borough Coordinator (Queens)--John Boduch 120-55 Queens Blvd., Rm. 264, Kew Gardens NY 11424 (718) 286-2770; Fax: (718) 286-2773 HIQA Borough Coordinator (Bronx)--Philip Chapman, 1400 Williamsbridge Rd., 2nd floor, Bronx NY 10461 (718) 931-2066; Fax: (718) 892-9674 HIQA Borough Coordinator (Staten Island)--John Arato, 10 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island NY 10301 (718) 816-2348; Fax: (718) 448-6204 OFFICE OF LEGAL AFFAIRS 40 Worth St., Rm. 1015, New York NY 10013 Fax: (212) 442-7733 General Counsel--Philip Damashek (212) 442-7730 Deputy General Counsel--Wallace Davidowitz (212) 442-7730 Deputy Counsel for Litigation Support, 9th fl.--Diane Sack (212) 442-7861 Fax: (212) 442-7870 FOIL/Records Access­Penny Jackson (212) 442-7863 Division of Franchises, Concessions and Consents 40 Worth St., 9th Fl. South (212) 442-8044 Fax: (212)442-8070 Executive Director--Anne Koenig Deputy Executive Director--David Jehn (212) 442-8048 Director of Franchises-- Bernice Yella (212) 442-8055 Director of Concessions--Emily Beecham (212) 442-8034 Director Of Accounting And Fiscal Affairs--Syed Rahman (212) 442-8032 Director of Revocable Consents--Emma Berenblit (212) 442-8060 Bus Stop Shelter & Newsrack Complaints (212) 442-8059 DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Deputy Commissioner--Conan S. Freud (212) 676-0562 Associate Deputy Commissioner--Maura McCarthy (212) 442-7199 Fax: (212) 676-0570 Financial Management and Analysis Bureau Assistant Commissioner/Chief Financial Officer-- Gwen Perlman (212) 676-0561 Fax (212) 676-0586 Executive Director, Capital Program Management-- Jay Jaber, P.E. (212) 442-7779 Deputy Director, Capital Program Management--John Martin (212) 676-0559

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Director, Capital Budget Administration--Yogesh Sanghvi (212) 676-0602 Deputy Director, Federal and State Aid--Kevin Costa (212) 676-0558 Director, Expense Budget & Grants Management-- Richard Natofsky (212) 676-0568 Deputy Director, Expense Budget --John Fahner (212) 676-0544 Deputy Director, Grants Management--Robert Multari (212) 676-0555 Executive Director, Policy, Technology & Management Analysis--Charles Ukegbu (212) 442-7638 Bureau of Permit Management and Construction Coordination 40 Worth Street Room 905 New York NY 10013 Acting Assistant Commissioner-- Jay Jaber, P.E. (212) 442-6775; Fax: (212) 676-9908 Deputy to Acting Assistant Commissioner--John Martin (212) 442-7781 Administrative Assistant--Judith Johnson (212) 442-6774; Fax: (212) 676-9908 Chief of Staff--Joan Ramer (212) 442-8583; Fax: (212) 676-9908 Executive Director, Office of Construction Mitigation & Coordination (OCMC)-Streets--Joseph Noto (212) 442-6777; Fax: (212) 676-2539 Deputy Director, OCMC-Streets--Vacant (212) 442-8584; Fax: (212) 676-2539 Director, Street Pavement Section--Girish Shelat (212) 442-7841; Fax: (212) 442-7908 Director, Street Closure Section--Robert Williams (212) 442-0563; Fax: (212) 442-2756 Executive Director, Office of Construction Mitigation & Coordination (OCMC) Highways--Thomas J. Whitehouse (212) 442-9839; Fax: (212) 513-1146 Deputy Director, OCMC-Highways--Edward Campbell (212) 442-8582; Fax: (212) 513-1146 Director, Office of Land Use Review--Ronald Moehle (212) 442-7850; Fax: (212) 442-7908 Executive Director, Permit Management Unit--John Liszczak (212) 442-7292; Fax: (212) 442-7252 Director, Newsstands/Construction Review, Permit Management Unit--Frank Puccio (212) 442-7922 Fax: (212) 442-7252 Acting Assistant Director, Permit Management Unit ­ Andrea Batiste (212) 442-7944; fax: (212) 676-8533 Supervisor, Emergency (Permit) Authorization Unit--

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Miriam Gaynor (212) 442-7926; Fax: (212) 676-6314 Fiscal Affairs Director of Fiscal Affairs--(212) 442-7600 Accounts Payable--(212) 442-7621 Contracts Payable--(212) 442-7512 Revenue Unit--(212) 676-0500 Equal Employment Opportunity Assistant Commissioner/EEO Officer--Ann Williams (212) 442-7760 Deputy Director/EEO Officer --Madeline Nazario Human Resources Assistant Commissioner--Marlene G. Hochstadt (212) 442-7400 Director, Policy Development and Implementation ­ Patricia Breglio (212) 442-5404 Director, Personnel and Payroll--Jean Frankowski (212) 442-6563; Fax: (212) 442-6530 Deputy Director, Personnel and Payroll-- Helene Holloway (212) 442-6340 Director, Payroll and Timekeeping Unit--Marlene Probherbs (212) 442-7362 Deputy Director--Ann Yeeloy (212) 442-7330 Payroll General Information (212) 442-7389 Director, Labor Relations--Gordon Goldberg (212) 442-1970 Director, Safety and Health--John Massey (212) 442-1963 Acting Disciplinary Counsel ­ Erica Caraway (212) 676-0124 DOT Learning Center IDCNY Center One, 2nd Fl South 30-30 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City NY 11101 (718) 391-2800; Fax: (718) 391-2806 Facilities Management Assistant Commissioner--Dolores Barbieri (212) 442-8072 Executive Director for Facilities­Lorraine Motola (212) 676-2685 Chief Security Unit­Robert Walker (718) 391-2839 DIVISION OF BRIDGES 2 Rector Street, 8th floor, New York NY 10006 Deputy Commissioner/Chief BridgeOfficer--Henry Perahia, P.E. (212) 788-2100; Fax: (212) 788-9015 Chief Staff Manager/Executive Director Community Affairs-- Diana Recor (212) 788-2132; Fax: (212) 788-9015 Director, Community Affairs--Jennifer Dee (212) 788-2110, Fax: (212) 788-9015

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Bridge Management and Support Services Bureau 2 Rector Street, 8th Fl., New York, NY 10006 Executive Director--Dorothy Roses (212) 788-2105; Fax: 788-9015 Executive Assistant--Jennie Too (212) 788-2129 Deputy Director, Management and Support Services/ Administration--Joseph Lamberson (212) 788-2117 Director, Budget/Fiscal--James Gallagher (212) 788-2087 Director, Capital Planning Coordination--Darlene Lucchese (212) 442-7658 Director, Operations Support--Dr. Paul Michael Kazas (212) 442-7654 Assistant Director, Truck Permits Program Unit­Linda Magnum (212) 341-3726 Bridge Maintenance, Inspections and Operations Bureau 2 Rector Street, 4th Fl., New York, NY 10006 Deputy Chief Engineer-- Russell Holcomb, P.E. (212) 788-1700; Fax: (212) 788-2138 Staff Manager--Paul S. Kahn (212) 788-1733 Acting Director, Flag Engineering--Javed Riaz, P.E. (212) 788-1740 Executive Director, Preventive Maintenance & Bridge Repair--Daniel Mando (212) 788-1710 Director, Preventive Maintenance--Vacant (212) 442-1715 Director, Bridge Repair­George Klein, P.E. (212) 442-9901 Executive Director, Inspections, & Bridge Management-- Bojidar Yanev, P.E (212) 788-2030 Director, Inspections--Jyotish Shah, P.E. (212) 788-2060 Director, Bridge Management--Kevin McAnulty, P.E. (212) 788-2063 Director, Bridge and Tunnel Operations--George Kern (212) 371-7047 Roadway Bridges Bureau 59 Maiden Lane, 36th Flr., New York, NY 10038 Deputy Chief Engineer--Lawrence King, P.E. (212) 487-7876; Fax: (212) 487-7822 Executive Assistant-- Vacant Technical Advisor--Sabin Gane (212) 487-7874 Acting Director, Brooklyn/Manhattan Bridges Section-- Bharat Parekh P.E. (212) 487-7860 Deputy Director--Ghanshyam Shah, P.E. (212) 487-7858 Director, Bronx/Queens/Staten Island Bridges Section-- Ali Mallick, P.E. (212) 487-7880 Acting Deputy Director--Nazim Khan, P.E. (212) 487-7864 East River Bridges/Movable Bridges & Tunnels Bureau

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2 Rector Street, 5th Fl., New York, NY 10006 Deputy Chief Engineer--Jay Patel, P.E. (212) 788-1821; Fax: (212) 676-1930 Executive Assistant--Yanina Goldfeld (212) 788-1825 Director, East River Bridges Section--Hasan Ahmed (212) 788-1814 Director, Movable Bridges & Tunnels Section-- Balram Chandiramani, P.E. (212) 788-1830 Engineering Review Bureau 2 Rector Street, 6th Fl., New York, NY 10006 Deputy Chief Engineer--Kamal Kishore, P.E. (212) 788-9004; Fax: (212) 788-2017 Executive Assistant--Kalpa Ramachandran (212) 788-1732 Director, In-House Design-- Vitali Ghin, P.E. (212) 788-1962 Director, Engineering Review--Abul Hossain, P.E. (212) 788-1951 Interim Director, Engineering Support--Sajjan Jain, P.E. (212) 788-2023 Director, Quality Assurance--Muhammed Afzal, P.E. (212) 788-1833 Engineer-In-Charge, Geo-Technical Section--Sajjan Jain, P.E. (212) 788-2023 Director, Environmental Engineering--John Kurre, P.E. (212) 788-2083 Specialty Engineering & Construction 2 Rector Street, 7th Fl., New York, NY 10006 Deputy Chief Engineer--Albert P. Novak, P.E. (212) 341-9899; Fax: (212) 788-9015 Director, Management Services--Norine Enrione (212) 676-0803 Executive Assistant--Robert Cohen (212) 788-2096 Director, Bridge Capital/In-House Painting--Leonid Levit, P.E. (212) 442-0007 Director, Component Rehabilitation--Henry Smith, P.E. (212) 788-1874 Director, Design/Build--Chris Sklavounakis, P.E. (212) 788-2078 Director, When & Where--Sudhir Jariwala, P.E. (212) 788-1736 WATERWAY BRIDGES UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Arthur Kill--Arthur Kill Rd., Staten Island, crossing Arthur Kill Stream. Borden Avenue--Borden Ave., Queens, crossing Dutch Kills. Boston Road--Boston Road, Bronx, crossing Bronx River. Broadway--Broadway, Manhattan, crossing

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Harlem River. Bronx Boulevard--Bronx Blvd., Bronx, crossing Bronx River. Brooklyn--Park Row near Frankfort St., Manhattan, crossing East River to Tillary St., Brooklyn, with two ramps to Fulton St. and one ramp to Pearl and Sands Sts. Carroll Street--Carroll St., Brooklyn, crossing Gowanus Canal. Chelsea Road--Chelsea Rd., Staten Island, crossing Sawmill Creek. City Island--City Island Rd., Bronx, crossing Pelham Bay Narrows to City Island Ave. Cropsey Avenue--Cropsey Ave., Brooklyn, crossing Coney Island Creek. East Tremont--E. Tremont Ave., Bronx, crossing Bronx River. Eastchester--Boston Rd., Bronx, crossing Hutchinson River. Eastern Blvd.--Bruckner Blvd., Bronx, crossing Bronx River. Flushing--Northern Blvd., Queens, crossing Flushing River. Forest Avenue--Forest Ave., Staten Island, crossing Clove Lakes Park Stream. Fresh Creek--Shore Parkway, Brooklyn, crossing Fresh Creek Basin. Fresh Kills--Richmond Ave., Staten Island, crossing Richmond Creek. Gerritsen Inlet--Shore Parkway, Brooklyn, crossing Gerritsen Inlet. Grand Street--Grand St., Brooklyn, crossing Newtown Creek, to Grand Ave., Queens. Greenpoint Avenue--Greenpoint Ave., Brooklyn, crossing Newtown Creek to Greenpoint Ave., Queens. Gun Hill Road--E. Gun Hill Rd., Bronx, crossing Bronx River. Hamilton Avenue--Hamilton Ave., Brooklyn, crossing Gowanus Canal. Hawtree Basin Pedestrian--163rd Ave., Queens, crossing Hawtree Basin. Hook Creek--Rockaway Blvd., Queens, crossing Hook Creek, Nassau County. (Joint maintenance responsibility Nassau County and New York City) Hunters Point Avenue--Hunters Point Ave., Queens, crossing Dutch Kills. Hutchinson River--Hutchinson River Parkway, Bronx, crossing Hutchinson River. Hylan Boulevard--Hylan Blvd., Staten Island, crossing Lemon Creek. Little Neck--Northern Blvd., Queens, crossing Alley Creek. Macombs Dam--W. 155th St., Manhattan, crossing Harlem River to Jerome Ave., Bronx.

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Madison Avenue--Madison Ave., Manhattan, crossing Harlem River to E. 138th St., Bronx. Manhattan--Canal St. and Bowery, Manhattan, crossing East River to Nassau St. and Flatbush Ave. Extension, Brooklyn. Metropolitan Avenue--Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn, crossing English Kills. Mill Basin--Shore Parkway, Brooklyn, crossing Mill Basin. Ninth Street--9th St., Brooklyn, crossing Gowanus Canal. Ocean Avenue Pedestrian--E. 19th St., Brooklyn, crossing Sheepshead Bay to Exeter St. Paerdegat Basin--Shore Parkway, Brooklyn, crossing Paerdegat Basin. Pelham--Shore Rd., Bronx, crossing Eastchester Bay. Pelham Parkway--Bronx and Pelham Parkway, Bronx, crossing Bronx River. Pulaski--McGuiness Blvd. and Freeman St., Brooklyn, crossing Newtown Creek to Jackson Ave. and 11th St., Queens. Queensboro--2nd Ave. at 59th, 57th, and 63rd Sts., Manhattan, crossing East River to Queens Plaza and 21st St, Queens. Rikers Island--Hazen St., Queens, crossing East River to Rikers Island. Rockaway Boulevard--Rockaway Blvd., Queens, crossing Thurston Basin. Roosevelt Avenue--Roosevelt Ave., Queens, crossing Flushing River and Van Wyck Expressway. Roosevelt Island--crossing East Channel of the East River from Roosevelt Island to 36th Ave. and Vernon Blvd., Queens. Slater Boulevard--Slater Blvd., Staten Island, crossing New Creek. Stillwell Avenue--Stillwell Ave., Brooklyn, crossing Coney Island Creek. Third Avenue--3rd Ave., Manhattan, crossing Harlem River to 3d Ave., Bronx. Third Avenue--3rd Ave., Brooklyn, crossing 4th St. Basin, Gowanus Canal. Third Street--3rd St., Brooklyn, crossing Gowanus Canal. Union Street--Union St., Brooklyn, crossing Gowanus Canal. Unionport--Bruckner Blvd., Bronx, crossing Westchester Creek. University Heights--W. 207th St., Manhattan, crossing Harlem River to W. Fordham Rd., Bronx. Ward's Island Pedestrian--E. 103d St. and East River Drive, Manhattan, crossing Harlem River to Ward's Island.

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Washington--W. 181st St., Manhattan, crossing Harlem River to University Ave., Bronx. Westchester Avenue--Westchester Ave., Bronx, crossing Bronx River. Williamsburg--Clinton and Delancey Sts., Manhattan, crossing East River to Broadway and Roebling St., Brooklyn. Willis Avenue--1st Ave., Manhattan, crossing Harlem River to Willis Ave., Bronx. 102nd Street--102nd St., Queens, crossing Hawtree Basin. 145th Street--W. 145th St., Manhattan, crossing Harlem River to E. 149th St., Bronx. 174th Street--E. 174th St., Bronx, crossing Bronx River. 180th Street--E. 180th St., Bronx, crossing Bronx River. 233rd Street--E. 233rd St., Bronx, crossing Bronx River. DIVISION OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 40 Worth Street, 10th floor, New York NY 10013 Deputy Commissioner/Senior Policy Advisor--David Woloch (212) 442-7005; Fax: (212) 442-7007 Deputy Policy Advisor --Kerry Gould (212) 442-7004 Assistant Commissioner, Public Affairs--Tom Cocola (212) 442-7033/4; Fax: (212) 442-7044 Deputy Director, Public Affairs ­ Lisi de Bourbon (212) 442-7033/4 Director of Safety Programs--Ilona Lubman, Ph.D. (212) 442-7653 Deputy Director of Safety Programs --Theresa Barry (212) 442-7670 Safety Programs Information (212) 442-7664 Director of Intergovernmental Affairs --Andra Horsch (212) 442-7095 Deputy Director ­ Luis Torres (212) 442-8014 Director, Graphic Design and Print Shop-- Margery Nathanson (212) 442-1955 Coordinator, Web Services ­ Julian Stein (212) 442-7048 DIVISION OF PASSENGER TRANSPORT 59 Maiden Lane, New York NY 10038 (212) 487-8300, (718) 876-5368; Fax: (212) 487-8305 Deputy Commissioner--Robert Grotell Staten Island Ferry 1 Bay Street, Staten Island NY 10301 (718) 876-5368; Fax: (718) 876-5757 Assistant Commissioner--Joseph Albano Director of Ferry Operations--Patrick Ryan (718) 876-3855 Fax: (212) 876-7560 Director of Terminal Operations--Anthony Mancino

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(718) 390-5214 Fax: (718) 981-4941 Director, Bureau of Ferry Engineering--(212) 487-5664 Director, Administrative Services--Angela Bongiorno (718) 447-6513 Staten Island Ferry Schedule Information Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK Staten Island Ferry Terminal--Whitehall Street, South Ferry, Manhattan St. George Ferry Terminal--Staten Island--Approximate distance 5 miles City Island/Hart Island--Approximate distance 0.37 miles Private Ferry Programs Executive Director--Alan Olmsted (212) 487-8381; Fax: (212) 487-8379 Private Ferry Operators NY Waterway (Port Imperial Ferry Corp.) Pershing Road Weehawken NJ 07087 (800) 53-FERRY (800) 533-3779 Sea Streak (formerly Express Navigation) 2 First Avenue Atlantic Highlands NJ 07716 (800) BOATRIDE (800) 262-8743 (908) 872-2628 NY Fast Ferry Sandy Hook Bay Marina Highlands, NJ 07732 Liberty Water Taxi Audrey Zapp Drive, Jersey City NJ 07305 (201) 985-8000 Fox Navigation (888) SAILFOX Planning & Capital Programs Unit Assistant Commissioner--Jai Therattil, P.E, CPPO (212) 487-8311 Acting Director, Office of Planning and Coordination-- Charlie Louie (212) 487-8361 Director, Capital & FTA Programs--Janet Luke (212) 487-8363 Acting Executive Director, Engineering Unit­Raj Patel, P.E. (212) 487-5677 Surface Transit Unit Executive Director--Patricia Castagnola (212) 487-8300 Director, Finance--Dominick Carpentieri (212) 487-8313 Director, Transit Operations--Richard Cohen (212) 487-8322 Director, Performance Monitoring--John Schneider (212) 487-8332 Director, Procurement--Elliot Vanacour (212) 487-8365 Subsidized Franchised Bus Operators Command Bus Company (718) 277-8100 Green Bus Lines, Inc. (718) 995-4700

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Jamaica Buses, Inc. (718) 526-0800 Liberty Lines Express, Inc. (718) 652-8400 New York Bus Service (718) 994-5500 Queens Surface Corporation (718) 445-3100 Triboro Coach Corporation (718) 335-1000

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Pre-K Student Transportation Unit Executive Director--Shauna Denkensohn (212) 487-8303 Fax: (212) 487-8349/8343 Contract Manager--Wayne Coger (212) 487-8345 Director Complaint Unit --Sherwyn James (212) 487-8347 Complaint Hotline (212) 487-8351; Fax: (212) 487-7738 Director, Inspections--Robert Crawford (212) 487-8386 Director, Finance & Statistics­David Rosenblatt (212) 4878348 NYC Alternative Fuels Program Assistant Deputy Commissioner--Louis Calcagno (212) 487-6820 Fax: 487-7624 Director, NYC Alternative Fuels Program--Mark Simon (212) 442-6818 Customer Service Coordination Director ­ Linda J. Carr (212) 487-6737; Fax: (212) 487-3978 DIVISION OF PROCUREMENT & TECHNICAL SERVICES Deputy Commissioner for­ Howard Altschuler (212) 442-3667 Agency Chief Contracting Officer--Paul D. Stanton, CPPO, CPPB (212) 442-7749; Fax: (212) 442-7449 Purchasing (212) 442-7609 Contract Unit (212) 442-7567 Management Information Systems Assistant Commissioner--Dominick Gervasi (646) 248-0315; Fax: (212) 676-7957 Deputy Director--Ronald Calixte (212) 676-9684 Network Management-- (212) 676-9686 Director of Technology Service Center--John Sotomayor (646) 248-0314 Director, Telecommunications--Christopher Becker (212) 442-8632 Customer Service Assistant Commissioner--Catherine A. Messana (212) 442-7031 Executive Director Correspondence Control Unit-- Eleanor M. DiPalma, Ph.D. (212) 442-7828; Fax: (212) 676-0667

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DIVISION OF STREET AND ARTERIAL MAINTENANCE 59 Maiden Lane, 37th floor New York NY 10038 Deputy Commissioner - Leon W. Heyward (212) 487-8420;Fax: (212) 487-8446 Assistant Commissioner ­ Keith Howard (718) 391-2701; Fax: (718) 391-2724 Director, Administration--Alice Cortes (718) 391-2742; Fax: (718) 391-2724 Director, Resource Management--John Albin (212) 442-7190; Fax: (212) 487-8446 Acting Director: Brooklyn Street Maintenance -- Ray Edwards (718) 222-7290; Fax: (718) 222-7288 Director: Bronx Street Maintenance --Anthony Grillo (718) 931-5400; Fax: (718) 597-8594 Director: Manhattan Street Maintenance --Scott Roveto (212) 487-8439; Fax: (212) 487-8470 Director: Queens Street Maintenance -- Michael DiVerniero (718) 286-2700; Fax: (718) 286-2713 Director: Staten Island Street Maintenance --Anthony Barrile (718) 816-2361; Fax: (718) 816-2368 Director, Citywide Resurfacing--Albert DeChillo (718) 369-4235; Fax: (718) 369-4211 Director, Asphalt Plant--Tom Siano (718) 369-4228; Fax: (718) 369-4211 Director, Arterials--Joseph Pittelli (212) 487-6837; Fax: (212) 487-6835 Deputy Director, Adopt a Highway Program--Yajaira Ferreira (212) 487-6844; Fax: (212) 487-6834 Executive Director, Concrete Programs--Lynette Baptist (212) 487-8448; Fax: (212) 487-8446 Chief Engineer/Director, Citywide Concrete--Frank Mark (212) 487-7803; Fax: (212) 487-8446 Director, Sidewalk Management--Irvin Loewenstein (212) 487-8389; Fax: (212) 487-5769 Director, Citywide Pedestrian Ramp--Shawn Rae (212) 487-8451; Fax: (212) 487-8446 Director, Fleet Services--Jack Lawson (718) 533-5700; Fax: (718) 533-5706 DIVISION OF TRAFFIC OPERATIONS 28-11 Queens Plaza North, Long Island City NY 11101 Deputy Commissioner--Michael Primeggia, (718) 433-3370; Fax: (718) 433-3386 Administration Acting Executive Director--Joseph Donini (718) 433-3115 Fax: (718) 433-3121

Transportation, Dept. of

Engineering Executive Director--Steven Galgano (718) 786-3550 Fax (718) 937-6807 Office of Emergency Response Assistant Commissioner, Emergency Response­ Nelson Castillo (718) 707-3529 Fax: (718) 433-3367

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Signals, Street Lighting, Systems Engineering Director, Signals Operations and Street Lighting-- Alan Borock (718) 786-2233 Fax (718) 937-6807 Chief, Signals--Vacant Chief, Street Lighting--(718) 786-4595 Fax (718) 472-9312 Director, Systems Engineering Management-- (718) 433-3375; Fax (718) 433-3386 Manager, Traffic Management Center--Mohamad Talas (718) 433-3339 Chief, Systems Engineering--Edward Chen (718) 786-2008 Chief, Red Light Camera--John DiLavore (718) 786-8422 Signs and Markings Director, Signs and Markings--Gerard Soffian, P.E. (718) 433-3372 Fax (718) 433-3380 Chief, Design and Construction­ (718) 433-3160 Fax: 433-3164 Chief Engineer, Borough Engineering--Michael Harnett (718) 433-3321 Fax (718) 433-3380 Maspeth Shop--David J. Leschke (718) 894-2503; Fax (718) 416-1525 Director, Special Projects--David Ellis (718) 433-3387; Fax (718) 433-3146 Chief, School Safety Engineering Program--Ben Eliya (718) 433-3183 Fax (718) 433-3159 Director, Sign Sales Program­Patrick Ambrogio (718) 894-2759 Fax: (718) 416-1525 Director, Bus Stop Management­Stuart Schorr (718) 894-2765 Fax: (718) 894-2832 Borough Engineers Deputy Chief Engineer, Borough Engineering--Anthony Galgan (718) 894-2753 Fax (718) 894-2736 Bronx--Eleston Daring (718) 904-9222 Fax (718) 904-8904 Brooklyn--Sola Olajide, P.E. (718) 439-2749 Fax: (718) 439-2771 Manhattan--Ouida Russell (212) 676-2809 Fax: (212) 788-9036 Queens--Charles Chin (718) 286-2616 Fax: (718) 286-2619 Staten Island--Pat Matera (718) 816-2395 Fax: (718) 816-2385

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Planning Assistant Commissioner--Vacant (212) 676-1684 Fax: (212) 241-9527 Executive Assistant--Judith A. Bliss (212) 442-1935 Fax: (212) 442-7823, (212) 341-9527 Special Assistant--Seth Berman (212) 676-1688; Fax: (212) 442-7823 Director, Alternative Modes of Transportation--Dan Orlando (212) 442-7782 Fax: (212) 442-7823 Chief, CEQR/Project Analysis--Naim Rasheed (212) 676-1680; Fax: (212) 676-7912 Chief, Research, Implementation & Safety-- Ann Marie Sledge-Doherty (212) 676-1682 Fax: (212) 442-7910 Director, Traffic Engineering--Linda Stuurman (212) 341-0193; Fax:(212) 442-7910 Director, Office of Bicycle Programs ­ Andrew Vesselinovitch (212) 442-9890; Fax: (212) 442-7823 Director, Office of Pedestrian Projects ­ Randy Wade (212) 442-7686; Fax: (212) 442-7823 Director, Office of Business Link ­ Nancy Wright (212) 442-7647; Fax: (212) 442-7823 Parking Operations Assistant Commissioner--Victor Rosen (718) 786-5901/7300; Fax (718) 482-1437 Director of Administration--Jessica Levin (718) 786-6795; Fax: (718) 392-3952 Deputy Director of Administration--Elliot Jacobs (718) 786-5325 Director, Field Services--Michael Pipitone (718) 894-8608 Chief, Meter Maintenance--John Premus (718) 894-1835 Chief, Collections--Cephas Best (718) 417-2109 Director, Engineering--John Girardi (718) 786-6984 Director, Engineering Administration--Anthony Hinds (718) 786-6693 Chief, On-Street Engineering--Vacant (718) 786-7850 Chief, Off-Street Facility Management--Edward Ovadek (718) 786-8606 Chief, Contract & Capital Management--Sami Ghobrial (718) 786-7114 Director of Special Operations­Vincent Susi (718) 786-8611 Chief, Parking Control Unit--Domingo Bones (718) 417-2100 Chief, Research & Development--Toni Turcic (718) 786-7367 Authorized Parking and Permits General Information (718) 433-3100 Acting Executive Director, Authorized Parking & Permits-- Elsie Martell (718) 433-3314; Fax (718) 433-3319

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Deputy Director, Authorized Parking & Permits -- Marianne Groomes-Kelly (718) 433-3321 Director of Administration, Authorized Parking & Permits ­ Michael Holoszyc (718) 433-3330 Assistant Director, Parking Permits for People With Disabilities Unit-- Elsie Quiles (718) 433-3229 Assistant Director, Authorized Parking Unit­ Roman Shpolyansky (718) 433-3155 MUNICIPAL PARKING FACILITIES Manhattan Broome-Ludlow Field--Broome St. between Ludlum & Essex Sts. Delancey-Essex Garage--Essex St. north of Delancey St. Bronx Belmont Field--Arthur Ave. at E. 186th St. E. 149th St. Garage--E. 149th St. & Morris Ave. E. 153 St. Garage--E. 153 St. & Third Ave. Jerome Ave.190th Street Garage--Jerome Ave. and 190th St. Jerome Ave.-Gunhill Rd.--Jerome Ave. at Gunhill Rd. and E. 212th St. White Plains-Maran Field--White Plains Rd. between Brady Ave. and Maran Pl. Brooklyn Atlantic Court Garage--Atlantic Ave. and Court St. Avenue M Field--E. 17th St. & Chestnut Ave. Bay Ridge Garage--Fifth Ave. and 86th St. Bensonhurst No. 1 Field--18 Ave. between 85th & 86th Sts. Bensonhurst No. 2 Field--86 St. & Bay 26 St. Brighton Beach Field--Brightwater Court between Brighton 2nd and Brighton 4th Sts. Canarsie Field--Rockaway Pkway between Farragut and Glenwood Rds. Flatbush-Caton Field--Flatbush & Caton Aves. Flatbush-Nostrand Nos. 1. & 2. Fields--Ave. H between Flatbush & Nostrand Aves. Gowanus Field--Third Ave., 20th to 40th Sts. Grant Avenue Field--Pitkin Ave., between Sheridan Ave. and Eldert Lane Kings Highway No. 1 Field--Kings Highway between E.14th and E. 15th Sts. Kings Highway No. 2 Field--Kings Highway between E.13th and E. 14th Sts. Livingston Bond Garage--Livingston St. betw. Bond & Hoyt Sts. Park Slope Field--Fifth Ave. & 16th St. Sheepshead Bay No. 1 Field--Ave. Z and E 17th St.

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Sheepshead Bay No. 2 Field--E. 16th St. between Voorhies Ave. and Shore Pkway. North Service Rd. Queens Astoria Field--29th St. bet. Astoria Blvd. & Hoyt Ave. So. Bayside Field--41st Ave. & 214th Place Broadway 31st St. Field--31st St., South of Broadway Court Square Garage--45-40 Court Sq. between East Court Sq. & West Court Sq. College Point Field--College Pt. Blvd. & 14th Ave. Ditmars No. 1 Field--33 St., South of Ditmars Blvd. Ditmars No. 2 Field--33 St., North of 23rd Ave. Far Rockaway No. 2 Field--Beach 21st St., between Mott and Cornaga Aves. Flushing No. 1 Parking Deck--Betw. 138th and Union Sts. and 37th and 39th Aves. Flushing No. 2 Field--Prince St. bet. 38th & 39th Aves. Flushing No. 3 Field--41st Ave., between Main St. and College Pt. Blvd. Flushing No. 4 Field--College Pt. & Northern Blvds. Queens Borough Hall Garage--Betw. Union Turnpike and 82nd Ave. and 126th and 132nd Sts. Queens Plaza Garage--Queens Plaza South at Jackson Ave. Queens Village Field--Jamaica Ave. & 218th St. Rockaway Park Field--Beach 116th St. between Beach Channel Drive and Rockaway Beach Blvd. Rosedale Field--At Rosedale Station of the L.I.R.R., Francis Lewis Blvd., between Sunrise Highway and North Conduit Blvd. Steinway No. 1 Field--30th Ave. and 38th St. Steinway No. 2 Field--Steinway St. between 31st Ave. and Broadway. Sunnyside Field--Queens Blvd. from 32nd Pl. to 48th St. Staten Island Ferry Terminals--Nos. 1 & 2 Fields--Bay St. and Richmond Terrace Great Kills Field--Amboy Rd. and Hillside Terrace New Dorp Field--New Dorp Lane between 4th St. and New Dorp Plaza St. George Field--Hyatt St. between Central Ave. and St. Marks Pl. Stapleton Field--Bay St. between Prospect and Cross Sts.

UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

Two United Nations Plaza, 27th Floor, New York, NY 10017-4403 (212) 888-1618; Fax: (212) 588-0758 www.UNDC.org

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A not-for-profit public benefit corporation created by State Legislature in 1968, with the support of the City of New York, to provide commercial office space and other facilities for the United Nations community in New York. Comprised of fifteen members: the Commissioner of the NYC Dept. of Housing Preservation and Development, ex-officio; the Chair of the City Planning Commission, ex-officio; eight appointed by and serving at the pleasure of the Governor, five appointed by and serving at the pleasure of the Mayor after consultation with the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the United States Ambassador to the United Nations. The Mayor designates the Chair, who appoints the President after consultation with the Mayor. Directors continue to serve until reappointment or until successors are appointed. Terms: three years. Serving at Members Pleasure of Term Expiration George Klein, Chair Mayor June 2, 1999 Senator Roy M. Goodman President and CEO Mayor Jan. 30, 2005 Andrew Alper Mayor June 30, 2004 Mark Broxmeyer Governor Nov. 2, 2002 Ilene Butler Governor Nov. 2, 2000 Donald A. Capoccia Governor Nov. 2, 2001 Bruce Gelb Mayor Mar. 14,1995 Irene Halligan Mayor Nov. 30,2004 Leo Kayser, III Governor Nov. 2, 2001 Michael Levin Governor Nov. 2, 1999 Arthur Polk Governor Jan. 8, 1999 Jeffrey Wiesenfeld Governor Nov. 2, 2000 Paul Windels III Governor Jan. 8, 2001 Jerilyn Perine, Commissioner, HPD ex-officio Amanda Burden, Chair City Planning Commission ex-officio President and CEO--Senator Roy M. Goodman, (Ret.) (212) 888-5106 Executive V.P. & Director of Development--Jeffrey Feldman Senior Vice President and Controller--Rudy C. Montenegro Senior Vice President, Operations­Robert M. Preissner Deputy Controller--Jorge L. Ortiz Executive Assistant­Justin Handman

THE NYC VOTER ASSISTANCE COMMISSION

100 Gold St., 2nd Flr, New York, NY 10038-1605 (212) 788-8384 Fax: (212) 788-3298 NYC.gov/voter Established by the 1988 New York City Charter, the role of the

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Voter Assistance Commission (VAC) is to encourage and facilitate voter registration and voting by all eligible United States citizens residing in New York City. VAC is strictly nonpartisan. VAC does not promote any candidate for elected office, political party or political agenda. Its main mission is to increase participation in the democratic process. To achieve this goal. VAC monitors voter registrationand voting in New York City. VAC also works with Mayoral agencies, private groups and individuals, and community based organizations to promote voter registration and voter participation. VAC is comprised of 16 Commissioners and its dayto-day operations are managed by the Coordinator. Dr. Jeffery F. Kraus, Chair Jane Kalmus, Vice Chair Robert J. McFeely, Commissioner Morshed Alam, Commissioner Alonzo I. de Castro, Commissioner Glenn D. Magpantay, Commissioner Elizabeth Sunshine Carol A. Robles-Roman, First Deputy Mayor for Legal Affairs & Counsel to the Mayor John Ravitz, Executive Director, NYC Board of Elections Betsy Gotbaum, Public Advocate, NYC Public Advocate's Office Michael A. Cardozo, Corporation Counsel, NYC Law Department Mark Page, Director, NYC Office of Management &Budget Joel I Klein, Chancellor, NYC Department of Educations Rev. Joseph A. O'Hare, S.J., Chairman, NYC Campaign Finance Board Coordinator--Jaime Lavin Office Manager­Bibi N. Yusuf

NYC MUNICIPAL WATER FINANCE AUTHORITY

75 Park Pl., 6th Fl., New York NY 10007 (212) 788-5889 NYC.gov/nyw A public benefit corporation created by the New York State Legislature in 1984 for the purpose of financing the renovation and improvement of the water and sewer system of the City of New York.

Board of Directors Mark Page, ex-officio Erin Crotty, ex-officio

Youth & Community Development, Dept. of

Martha E. Stark, ex-officio Christopher O. Ward, ex-officio Charles E. Dorkey, III Arthur B. Hill James P. Stuckey Executive Director--Alan Anders (212) 788-5872 Treasurer­Thomas G. Paolicelli (212) 788-4969 Secretary--Marjorie E. Henning (212) 788-5880 Assistant Secretary--Prescott D. Ulrey (212) 788-5882 Deputy Treasurer--Philip Wasserman (212) 788-6601 Comptroller--Lawrence R. Glantz (212) 788-6019 Manager of Investor Relations--Raymond Orlando (212) 788-5875

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DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

156 William Street, New York, NY 10038 (212) 442-6006; Fax: (212) 442-5998 NYC.gov/html/dycd DYCD facilitates youth and community development by rewarding contracts to a broad network of community-based organizations throughout New York City. These contracts support a variety of youth services and activities, including leadership development, runaway and homeless programs, structured recreation and athletics, tutoring and remedial education, cultural enrichment and delinquency prevention and provide positive reinforcement for young people, encouraging them to stimulate their cognitive , creative, social and physical abilities.In fostering the development of communities, DYCD also administers contracts to support programs and services that address unique community needs and assessments including the conditions of poverty, establish routes for youth, families and neighborhoods to become more self-sufficient and provide services that create an opportunity to participate in community and lead productive lives. DYCD is determined to build and expand upon partnerships and promte a wide-range of innovative, practical and quality programs that positively impact youth and communities. DYCD is also committed to promoting accessible services and activities that enhance, encourage and enrich the lives of youth and empower youth and families as they strengthen their communities.

Jeanne B. Mullgrav, Commissioner. Salary $ 143,900. Appointed April 4, 2002. (212) 442-6006

Chief of Staff­Lisette Nieves (212) 442-6012

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Deputy Commissioner, Operations--Janice Molnar (212) 676-8216 Assistant Commissioner, Planning Research and Program Development--Lisa Guilck (212) 442-5967 Immigration Initiatives, Executive Director, Vacant (212) 676-9840 161 William St., 8th Flr General Counsel General Counsel­Everett Hughes (212) 442-5980 Agency Chief Contracting Officer--Patricia Chabla (212) 442-5982 Assistant Commissioner, External Affairs­Michael Ognibene (212) 442-6009 Administration Deputy Commissioner--Regina Miller (212) 442-8573 Assistant Commissioner, Human Resources­Donald Jackson (212) 442-6020 Assistant Commissioner, Contract Agency Finance-- Jerry I. Schiffman (212) 442-5958 Assistant Commissioner of Information Technology-- Neil Berman (212) 676-8116 Director of Financial Management­Vacant (212) 442-5958 Director of Administrative Services--Gabriel Strol (212) 442-5963 Division of Community Development Deputy Commissioner--Vacant (212) 442-6015 Assistant Commissioner, Literacy--Richard Fish (212) 442-8246 Assistant Commissioner, Community Development Operations Cindy Colter (212) 676-8256 Division of Youth Services Deputy Commissioner--Vacant (212) 676-8251 Assistant Commissioner, Youth Services Operations-- Arlene Ross (212) 442-8246 Assistant Commissioner, Special Youth Initiatives Programs Nitza Monges (212) 676-8256 Assistant Commissioner,After School Program--Mario Bruno (212) 676-8255 Director of Youthline-- Charmaine Peart-Ho Sang (718) 722-3055 Youth Empowerment Services (YES), Director­Roger Scotland (212) 341-9579, 161 William St, 7th Flr. NEW YORK CITY YOUTHLINE Dial 311 or (212) NEW-YORK A toll-free confidential line, available 24 hours a day every day,

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staffed by employed youth, with utilizes a geographically based computer system and maintains a database of youth programs and services. The Youthline's primary objective is to provide accurate information about these services and programs to youth, families, service providers and all others concerned. the staff is also trained to provide intervention to youth in crisis.

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COUNTY OFFICES WITHIN THE CITY OF NEW YORK

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BRONX--Named after the Bronx River running its length. (Jonas Bronck was first settler of the region north of the Harlem River). KINGS--Named after King Charles II of England. NEW YORK--Named after the Duke of York, brother of King Charles II of England QUEENS--Named after Catherine of Braganza, wife of King Charles II of England. RICHMOND--Named after the Duke of Richmond, son of King Charles II of England.

The counties in the City of New York are the geographical equivalents of boroughs County (State designation) Borough (City designation)

New York........................................Manhattan Bronx..............................................The Bronx Kings.................................................Brooklyn Queens.............. ................................Queens Richmond...................................Staten Island

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COUNTY CLERK

The County Clerk is also the Clerk of the Supreme Court and Commissioner of Jurors of the County. COUNTY CLERK--NEW YORK COUNTY New York County Court House, 60 Centre and Pearl Sts., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-8359

Norman Goodman, County Clerk. Appointed and subject to removal by the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court. Salary $136,000, fixed by Sec. 908 of the County Law. Appointed May 3, 1969.

Chief Deputy County Clerk--James A. Rossetti (212) 374-8357 Administrator--Mark Brantley (212) 374-8366 Counsel--Phyllis Mingione (212) 374-8607 Executive Assistant--Linda Arnone (212) 374-8358 Court and Record Division Chief Clerk--Joseph Antonelli (212) 374-8589 Chief Clerk (Law and Equity)--Steve Kubinec (212) 374-8586 Division of Jurors (212) 374-8584 Deputy County Clerk in Charge--Pearl Hampton (212) 374-8583 Chief Clerk--Vincent Homenick (212) 374-0614 Division of Old Records 703 Surrogate's Court, 31 Chambers St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-8236 Archivist in Charge--Joseph Van Nostrand (212) 374-4781 Archivist--Bruce Abrams (212) 374-4376 Court Records on File: Mayor's Court Court of Quarter Sessions Court of Chancery Supreme Court of Judicature Circuit Court Court of Common Pleas Superior Court Supreme Court General Term

1674 - 1820 1705 - 1714, 1722 - 1742 1691 - 1847 1691 - 1847 1784 - 1895 1821 - 1895 1828 - 1895 1848 - 1940 1849 - 1895

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Corporate and Business Certificates on File: Corporate Certificates *1818 - 1938 Assumed Business Name Certificates *1900 - 1924

*Later Records are located in the County Court House

COUNTY CLERK--BRONX COUNTY 851 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 590-3648

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Hector L. Diaz, County Clerk. Appointed and subject to removal by the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court. Salary $108,128, fixed by Sec. 908 of the County Law. Appointed January 1, 1996.

First Deputy County Clerk--Kay Amer (718) 590-8747 2nd Deputy County Clerk--Nilsa Moreno (718) 590-3650 Counsel--Frederick A. Rossetti (718) 590-3647 Administrator--Teresa Torres (718) 590-6270 Passports--(718) 590-3645 Chief Clerk, Law Dept.--Warren Topolsky (718) 590-6090 Division of Jurors (718) 590-3682 First Deputy County Clerk--Kay Amer (718) 590-8747 Chief Clerk--Jeffrey Becker (718) 590-3691 COUNTY CLERK--KINGS COUNTY 360 Adams St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-7037

Wilbur A. Levin, County Clerk and Clerk of the Supreme Court and Commissioner of Jurors, County of Kings. Salary $108,128, fixed by Sec. 908 of the County Law. Appointed March 27, 1989.

Deputy County Clerk--Louis D. Fiorillo (718) 643-8014 Counsel--Eric Kornblau (718) 643-7097/7037 Administrator--James Blain (718) 643-2432 Passports/General Information (718) 643-5897 (718) 797-2858 Executive Administrative Ast.--Linda M. Caristo (718) 643-7037 (718) 643-7038 Law Desk (718) 643-8012 Equity Division (718) 643-5899 Court Records (718) 643-4149 Jury Payroll (718) 643-3899 Central Jury (718) 643-5776 Division of Jurors (718) 643-5256/8023 Chief Deputy County Clerk --Herbert S. Lupka (718) 643-5898 Jury Payroll Information (718) 643-3899 Central Jury Information (718) 640-5776

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COUNTY CLERK--QUEENS COUNTY 88-11 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11435 (718) 520-3136

Gloria D'Amico, County Clerk and Clerk of the Supreme Court, County of Queens. Appointed and subject to removal by the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court. Salary $108,128, fixed by Sec. 908 of the County Law. Appointed May 16, 1991.

First Deputy County Clerk--Jo-Ann Spiritis (718) 262-7207 Second Deputy County Clerk--Ruth Deutsch (718) 520-3911 Second Deputy County Clerk--Alexis Cuffee (718) 520-3649 Administrator--Robert E. Taverni (718) 520-3136 Counsel--William A. Viscovich (718) 520-2540 Administrative Secretary to the County Clerk--Marie Gentile (718) 520-3136 Fiscal Officer--Paul Murawski (718) 520-3136 COUNTY CLERK--RICHMOND COUNTY 130 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island, NY 10301

Stephen J. Fiala, County Clerk, Clerk of the Supreme Court, Commissioner of Jurors and Register, County of Richmond. Residence, Staten Island, NY. Salary $136,000. Appointed June 20, 2001 (718) 390-5394

Deputy County Clerk/Chief of Staff--Ronald Arabia (718) 390-6396 Executive Assistant to the County Clerk--Dolores Bannon (718) 390-5394 Counsel--John Z. Marangos (718) 390-5394 Administrator--John Mansfield (718) 390-5393 Fee Information (718) 390-5387 Divisions LAW AND EQUITY, COURT RECORDS (718) 390-5389/90 County Register, Land Records (718) 390-5386 Jury (718) 390-5219/5362 Passports, Hunting Licenses, Notary, UCC's (718) 390-5386

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Pursuant to Article 13, section 13 of the State Constitution, District Attorneys are constitutional officers elected every four years. Section 927 of the County Law imposes upon District Attorneys the duty to protect the public by investigating and prosecuting criminal conduct in the counties in which they hold office.

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DISTRICT ATTORNEY--NEW YORK COUNTY One Hogan Place, New York, NY 10013 (212) 335-9000

Robert M. Morgenthau, District Attorney (D.-R.-L.). Reelected in the general election held Nov. 6, 2001. Term four years, expiring Dec. 31, 2005. Salary $150,000.

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Chief Assistant District Attorney--James M. Kindler (212) 335-9823 Executive Assistant District Attorney--Kristine Hamann (212) 335-4058 Administrative Assistant District Attorney--Frederick J. Watts (212) 335-3796 Chief of the Investigation Division--Daniel Castleman (212) 335-9817 Chief of the Trial Division--Nancy Ryan (212) 335-9215 Counsel and Chief Appellate Attorney--Mark Dwyer (212) 335-9310 Director of Administrative Services--Joan Westmeyer (212) 335-9831 DISTRICT ATTORNEY--KINGS COUNTY Renaissance Plaza, 350 Jay St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 250-2000

Charles J. Hynes, District Attorney (D). Elected at the general election held Nov. 6, 2001. Term four years, expiring Dec. 31, 2005. Salary $150,000.

Chief Assistant D.A.--Amy P. Feinstein (718) 250-2217 First Assistant D.A.--Dino G. Amoroso (718) 250-2211 Counsel to the D.A.--Anne J. Swern (718) 250-3939 Director of Public Information--Jerry Schmetterer (718) 250-2300 Chief of Investigations--Michael F. Vecchione (718) 250-2239 DISTRICT ATTORNEY--QUEENS COUNTY Queens Criminal Court Bldg. 125-01 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens, NY 11415 (718) 286-6000

Richard A. Brown, District Attorney (D-R-L-C-I). Re- elected at the general election held Nov. 3, 1999. Term four years, expiring Dec. 31, 2003. Salary $150,000, as fixed by Section 1125, New York City Charter.

Chief Assistant District Attorney--John M. Ryan (718) 286-6310

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Executive Assistant District Attorneys: Investigations--Peter A. Crusco (718) 286-6600 Administration--Eileen M. Sullivan (718) 286-6330 Major Crimes--Gregory L. Lasak (718) 286-7070 Operations--Michael J. Mansfield (718) 286-6340 Trials--James C. Quinn (718) 286-6230 Special Prosecutions--Jesse J. Sligh (718) 286-6400 Legal Affairs--Gary S. Fidel (718) 286-5843 Counsel to District Attorney--Lois N. Raff (718) 286-6311 Director of Communications--Patrick B. Clark (718) 286-6315 DISTRICT ATTORNEY--BRONX COUNTY 198 E. 161st St., Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 590-2000

Robert T. Johnson, District Attorney (D-C-L). Re-elected November 3, 1999 at the general election. Term four years, expiring December 31, 2003. Salary $150,000.

Chief Assistant District Attorney--Barry L. Kluger (718) 590-2177 Counsel to the District Attorney--Anthony J. Girese (718) 590-2175 Executive Assistant District Attorney--Anthony J. Schepis (718) 590-2073 Executive Assistant District Attorney--Odalys C. Alonso (718) 590-2295 Administrative Chief--Joan E. Pelletier (718) 590-2161 DISTRICT ATTORNEY--RICHMOND COUNTY 130 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 556-7000 Fax: (718) 556-7054

William L. Murphy, District Attorney. Term expires Dec. 31, 2003. Salary $150,000.

Chief Assistant District Attorney--David W. Lehr OFFICE OF SPECIAL NARCOTICS 80 Centre St., 6th Fl., New York, NY 10013 (212) 815-0400 Established pursuant to New York Judiciary Laws of 1971, Chapter 462 and the District Attorneys' Plan. Citywide jurisdiction for the investigation and prosecution of felony narcotics law violators.

Bridget G. Brennan, Special Assistant District Attorney. Appointed by the five District Attorneys May 1, 1998. Salary $130,000.

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Chief Assistant--Steven Goldstein (212) 815-0913 Executive Assistant District Attorney--Arlette Hernes (212) 815-0554 Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney--Rhonda Ferdinand (212) 815-0473 Chief of the Investigation Division--Joseph Tesoriero (212) 815-0912 Chief Investigator--Leon Schwartzman (212) 815-0496 Public Information Director--Magda Gandasegui (212) 815-0525

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PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR

The Office of Public Administrator administers estates of decedents where no person entitled to take or to share in the estate will accept the responsibility to act, or where the decedent leaves no will or a personal representative entitled by law to act. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR--NEW YORK COUNTY Surrogate's Court, 31 Chambers St. Rm. 311, New York, NY 10007 (212) 788-8430; Fax: (212) 385-0220

Ethel J. Griffin, Public Administrator. Appointed June 10, 1988 and subject to removal by the Surrogates of the County. Salary $91,134, fixed by Section 1105 (1) of the Surrogate's Court Act.

Deputy Public Administrator--Thomas R. Purcell Counsel--John J. Reddy, Jr. (212) 925-9100 Counsel--Peter Schram (212) 896-3310 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR--BRONX COUNTY 851 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 293-7660

Esther Rodriguez, Public Administrator. Appointed November 24, 1997. Salary $91,134, fixed by Sec. 1105 (1) of the Surrogate's Court Act. Appointed by and removable by the Surrogate of Bronx County. No specific term.

Deputy Public Administrator--Steven Alfasi Counsel--Michael Lippman (718) 992-1428 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR--KINGS COUNTY 360 Adams St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-3032/33 Fax: (718) 522-4475

Marietta Small, Public Administrator. Salary $91,134. Appointed by and subject to removal by the Surrogate of the county. (SCPA Sec. 1102 (1) )

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Deputy Public Administrator--Joel Ganzman (718) 643-4758 Counsel--Louis R. Rosenthal (718) 855-5100 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR--QUEENS COUNTY 88-11 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11435 (718) 526-5037 Fax: (718) 526-5043

Lois M. Rosenblatt, Public Administrator. Appointed February 25, 2003. Salary $91,134, Appointed by and may be removed by the Surrogate. No specific term.

Deputy Public Administrator--Susan B. Brown (718) 526-5037 Counsel--Gerard J. Sweeney (718) 459-9000 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR--RICHMOND COUNTY 130 Stuyvesant Place - 4th Floor, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 876-7228 Fax: (718) 876-8377

Gary D. Gotlin, Public Administrator. Appointed February 17, 1999 by the Surrogate of Richmond County. No specific term. Salary $91,134 established by Section 1105 of the Surrogate's Court Procedure Act.

Deputy Public Administrator--Robert W. Cusack (718) 876-7228 Counsel--Arthur W. Decker, Esq. (718) 979-4300

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ADMINISTRATION STATE CITY FEDERAL

COURTS STATE

Court Administration All courts in New York City are part of the state Unified Court System and function under the administrative supervision of the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, who is also the Chief Judge of the State. The Chief Judge appoints a Chief Administrator of the Courts (who is called the Chief Administrative Judge of the Courts if the appointee is a judge) with the advice and consent of the Administrative Board of the Courts. The Chief Administrator, on behalf of the Chief Judge, supervises the administration and operation of the trial courts and directs the Office of Court Administration (OCA). The Chief Judge establishes statewide administrative standards and policies after consultation with the Administrative Board and promulgates them after approval by the Court of Appeals.

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THE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD OF THE COURTS

Judith S. Kaye, Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, Chair John T. Buckley, Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division, First Department A. Gail Prudenti, Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division, Second Department Anthony V. Cardona, Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division, Third Department Eugene F. Pigott, Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division, Fourth Department

OFFICE OF COURT ADMINISTRATION NEW YORK STATE COURTS

25 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 (212) 428-2700 Albany Office: Agency Bldg. 4, 20th Floor, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12223 (518) 473-6087

Jonathan Lippman, Chief Administrative Judge of the Courts. Appointed by the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, January 1,1996. Salary $147,600. (212) 428-2100

Deputy Chief Administrative Judge for New York City Courts-- Joan B. Carey (212) 374-8540 Deputy Chief Administrative Judge for Courts Outside New York City--Joseph J. Traficanti, Jr. (518) 474-3828 Deputy Chief Administrative Judge for Management Support-- Ann T. Pfau (212) 428-2120 Deputy Chief Administrative Judge of Justice Initiatives-- Juanita Bing Newton (212) 374-4515 Statewide Administrative Judge For Matrimonial Matters-- Jacqueline W. Silbermann (212) 428-2140 Director of Communications--David Bookstaver (212) 428-2500 ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ADR) PROGRAM State ADR Coordinator--Daniel Weitz (212) 428-2863 Assistant State ADR Coordinator--Mark Collins (518) 238-2888 Community Dispute Resolution Centers Bronx County: Institute for Mediation & Conflict Resolution, Inc., 384 East 149th Street, Suite 330, Bronx, NY 10455 (718) 585-1190 Kings County: Safe Horizon, 210 Joralemon St., Rm. 618, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 834-6671 New York County (Manhattan): Safe Horizon, 346 Broadway, Suite 400W, New York, NY 10013 (212) 577-1740 New York County (Northern Manhattan): Washington Hgts.Inwood Coalition, 652 West 187th Street, New York, NY 10033 (212) 781-6722

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Queens County: Community Mediation Services, 89-64 163rd Street, Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 523-6868 Richmond County: Staten Island Community Resolution Center, 42 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 815-4557

DEPUTY CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE FOR THE NEW YORK CITY COURTS

100 Centre St., New York, NY 10013 Deputy Chief Administrative Judge, New York City Courts-- Joan B. Carey (212) 374-8540

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ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGES: NYC Civil Court--Fern A. Fisher-Brandveen (212) 374-8082 NYC Criminal Court--Juanita Bing-Newton (212) 374-3201 NYC Family Court--Joseph M. Lauria (212) 374-3711 Bronx Supreme--John P. Colon (718) 590-3786 Bronx Civil--Gerald V. Esposito Kings and Richmond Supreme--Ann T. Pfau (718) 643-7086 NY County Supreme, Civil--Jacqueline W. Silbermann (212) 374-4726 NY County Supreme, Criminal--Micki A. Scherer (212) 374-8015 Queens Supreme--Steven W. Fisher (718) 520-3798

STATE

NEW YORK STATE COURT OF APPEALS

Court of Appeals Hall, 20 Eagle St., Albany, NY 12207-1095 (518) 455-7700 Consists of a Chief Judge and six Associate Judges. Vacancies filled by appointment of the Governor with consent of the State Senate. Terms 14 years. Salary: Chief Judge, $156,000; Associate Judges, $151,200. Only persons admitted to practice as attorneys in the State for ten years are eligible to serve. Clerk of the Court--Stuart M. Cohen Deputy Clerk--Marjorie S. McCoy *Term Expires by reason of age.

Judges Term Expires Judith S. Kaye, Chief Judge, 230 Park Ave., Suite 826, New York, NY 10169-0007 ........... Mar. 22, 2007 George Bundy Smith, 61 Broadway, 29th FI., Rm. 2900, New York, NY 10006-2704 ........... Sept. 23, 2006 Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick, Chanin Building, 122 E. 42nd St., Suite 3700, New York, NY 10168-0002 ....................................................... Jan. 3, 2008 Richard C. Wesley, Livingston County Government Center, 6 Court St., Geneseo, NY 14454-1030 ........................................................ Jan. 2, 2011

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Albert M. Rosenblatt, 10 Market Street, 2nd FI., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601-3228 .................... Dec. 31, 2006* Victoria A. Graffeo, Albany County Courthouse, Suite 310, Albany, NY 12207 .......................... Nov. 30, 2014 Susan Phillips Read, Court of Claims, P.O. Box 7344, Capitol Sta. Albany NY 12224 ................. Jan. 5, 2017

NEW YORK STATE SUPREME COURT APPELLATE DIVISION

Designations to the Appellate Division are made by the Governor from among Supreme Court Justices as follows: Presiding Justice (who shall be a resident of the Department) to serve until expiration of his term; Associate Justices (a majority of whom shall be residents of the Department) to serve for five years. Salary: Presiding Justices of the First and Second Departments, $122,000; Associate Justices, $119,000. The Appellate Division is composed of seven Justices in each of the First and Second Departments and five in each of the other departments. Additional justices may be designated by the Governor upon certification, by the court that they are needed. APPELLATE DIVISION-FIRST DEPARTMENT 27 Madison Ave. at 25th St., New York, NY 10010 (212) 340-0400 The First Department consists of the First Judicial District (New York) and the Twelfth Judicial District (Bronx). Court sits from 2 p.m. on Tues., Wed., Thurs. and on Fri. from 10 a.m. until all calendared appeals have been heard. Administration Clerk of the Court--Catherine O'Hagan Wolfe Deputy Clerks--David Spokony, Joseph Bleshman Chief Court Attorney--Eric Shumacher (Column three lists expiration date of Appellate Division Designation; column four lists expiration date of the Supreme Court term; column three "Ind." designation signifies "Indefinite.")

Justice Eugene Nardelli Acting Presiding Justice Milton L. Williams Peter Tom Angela M. Mazzarelli

Law Secretary Greg Snigur

Cecil J. Sells Kevin Reilly Linda Byrne

App. Div. Desig. Exp. 12/31 2004

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2002 2004 2006

NYS Supreme Court, Appellate

Richard T. Andrias *Joseph P. Sullivan *Ernst H. Rosenberger *Betty Weinberg Ellerin *Richard W. Wallach *Alfred D. Lerner *Israel Rubin David B. Saxe John T. Buckley David Friedman George D. Marlow Luis A. Gonzalez Robert T. McGreevy Jill Baily Ann O'Shea Sharon Esakoff Peter A. Berkowsky Frank Consigli Robert F. Peake Lauren Foodim Michael Bagge Daniel Fish Juliana Maugeri William O'Connell 2000 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind.

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*Retired because of age but serving by designation of the Governor following certification by the Administrative Board. Committee on Character and Fitness of Applicants for Admission to the Bar, First Judicial Department 60 Madison Ave., Rm. 202 New York, NY 10010 (212) 779-1779 Appointed by the Justices of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, First Judicial Department. No salary. Peter James Johnson, Jr., Chair Sarah Jo Hamilton, Executive Secretary Departmental Disciplinary Committee, First Judicial Department 61 Broadway, New York, NY 10006 (212) 401-0800 Chair--Paul J. Curran Chief Counsel--Thomas J. Cahill Appellate Term-First Judicial Department 60 Centre St., Rm. 401, New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-8500 Chief Clerk--Robert M. Kanter Deputy Clerk--Frank LeNaour Chief Court Attorney--Peter Diskint APPELLATE DIVISION-SECOND DEPARTMENT 45 Monroe Place, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 875-1300 Consists of the Second (Richmond & Kings), Ninth (Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange & Rockland), Tenth (Nassau & Suffolk) and Eleventh (Queens) Judicial Districts.

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(Column three lists expiration date of Appellate Division Designation; column four lists expiration date of the Supreme Court term; column three "Ind." designation signifies "Indefinite.")

Justice A. Gail Prudenti Presiding Justice David S. Ritter Michael O'Brien 2003 2004 Fred T. Santucci Richard De Rose 2004 2004 Myriam J. Altman Debra Lennon 2006 2006 Anita R. Florio Kenneth Gelnick 2006 2006 Sandra J. Feuerstein David Wright 2006 2008 Nancy E. Smith Michael Mazzullo 2006 2011 Sondra Miller (R) Glenn Simpson 2003 2003 Cornelius J. O'Brien (R) Carol Strasser 2003 2003 Gabriel M. Krausman (R) Wendy Cohen 2003 2003 Gloria Goldstein (R) Barbara Gonzo 2003 2003 William D. Friedmann (R) Kevin Murphy 2003 2003 Leo F. McGinity (R) John Moore 2003 2003 Daniel F. Luciano (R) Anna Martin 2004 2004 Howard Miller Darrell Joseph Ind. 2005 Robert W. Schmidt Robert LoPresti Ind. 2007 Thomas A. Adams Jane P. Shrenkel Ind. 2006 Sandra L. Townes Daryl L. Wiltsie Ind. 2013 Stephen G. Crane Kellie George Ind. 2003 Barry A. Cozier Tanya Kennedy Ind. 2006 William F. Mastro Darlene Adelson Ind. 2006 Reinaldo E. Rivera Maria Marti Ind. 2005 (R) Retired because of age, but serving by designation of the Governor following certification by the Administrative Board.

Administration Clerk of the Court--James Edward Pelzer Deputy Clerks--Mel Harris, Susan H. Harkavy, Robert B. Falk Associate Deputy Clerk--Mary Ellen Skenyon Chief Court Attorney--Aprilanne Agostino Committee on Character & Fitness for Admission to the Bar, 2nd, 9th, 10th & 11th Judicial District 335 Adams St., Suite 2400, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 923-6360 Executive Secretary--Fred A. Bodoff Chair 2nd & 11th Districts--Anthony J. D'Auria Chair 9th District--Richard J. Drake

Law Secretary Robert Margolin

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New York State Grievance Committee for the 2nd & 11th Judicial Districts 335 Adams St., Suite 2400, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 923-6300 Chief Counsel--Diana Maxfield Kearse NYS Grievance Committee for the 9th Judicial District 399 Knollwood Rd., Ste. 200, White Plains, NY 10603 (914) 949-4540 Chief Counsel--Gary L. Casella NYS Grievance Committee for the 10th Judicial District 6900 Jericho Tpke., Ste. 102 LL, Syosset, NY 11791 (516) 364-7344 Chief Counsel--Robert P. Guido Appellate Terms for Second and Eleventh Judicial Districts; Ninth and Tenth Judicial Districts 111 Livingston St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-5730 Chief Clerk--Nancy T. Sunshine, Esq. Deputy Chief Clerk--Thomas M. McNicholas

COURTS STATE

NYS SUPREME COURT

Justices of the Supreme Court are elected by the voters of their Judicial Districts for 14 year terms or until they reach the constitutional 70 year age limit. They may serve after age 70 as retired justices by certification of the Administrative Board for two-year terms until age 76. Only persons admitted to practice as attorneys in the State for ten years are eligible to serve on the Supreme Court. Salaries: Justices, $136,700; Administrative Judges, $141,500.

FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT (New York County)

CIVIL TERM Administration 60 Centre St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-8511 Chief Clerk & Executive Officer--John F. Werner (212) 374-4422 First Deputy Chief Clerk--Robert C. Meade (212) 748-7790 County Clerk and Clerk of the Supreme Court-- Norman Goodman (212) 374-8359

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Term Expires Justice 12/31 Sheila Abdus-Salaam 2007 Fern Fisher 2007 (Administrative Judge Civil) Eileen Bransten 2013 Herman Cahn 2002 Doris Ling-Cohen 2017

Law Clerks Deborah Woll Rochelle K. Klempner Francis Clark Jennifer Schecter Louis Nock Donna Albano Cathy Park William J. Davis 2000 Frank Polizano Leland De Grasse 2017 Peter Moulton Margaret Georges Carol Edmead 2017 Elenor C. Reid Nicholas Figueroa 1999 Martin Diennor Helen E. Freedman 2017 David S. Cohen Ira Gammerman 1997 Patricia Giles Phyllis Gangel-Jacob 2007 Deborah E. Fisher Budd G. Goodman 1997 James McGevna Emily Jane Goodman 2004 Andrea Field Sherry Klein Heitler 2015 Kelly O'Neil Carol E. Huff 2017 Guy Owen Marcy L. Kahn 2008 Brett Gilbert Barbara R. Kapnick 2016 Michael Katz Edward H. Lehner 2010 Veronica Hummel Laura Visitacion-Lewis 2012 Mary Bartholomew Joan B. Lobis 2006 Marilyn Sugarman Richard B. Lowe, III 2002 Megan McHugh Joan A. Madden 2012 Karen Schwartz Julia Cort William P. McCooe (L) 2001 William Charles Briggs Karla Moskowitz 2005 Melissa Klein Juanita Bing Newton 2004 Beverly Russell (Administrative Judge for the NYC Courts & Deputy Chief Administrative Judge for Justice Initiatives) Charles E. Ramos 2007 Keith Dewar Andrea Masley Rosalyn Richter 2017 Thomas F. Hickey Janice P. Purvis Alice Schlesinger 2013 Roseanne Magaldi Jacqueline W. Silbermann 2004 Laurie Versace Joyce Funda Martin Schoenfeld 2008 Bonnie Gould Lauren Diamond Stanley L. Sklar 1999 Andrea Brendler Harold Tompkins 2012 Michael Saks Lucindo Suarez 2010 Peter J. La Rose (Presiding Justice Appellate Term) Angel Cruz Milton A. Tingling 2015 Manuel Tavarez

NYS Supreme Court

Lottie E. Wilkins James A. Yates 2005 2012

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Patricia Broadbelt Alma M. Gomez

(L) May serve only to expiration date shown because of constitutional age limit. (R) Retired because of constitutional age limit but serving for two-year term upon certification by the Administrative Board. Justices assigned to Appellate Term. Administrative Judge Supreme/Civil & Administrative Judge for Matrimonial Matter Special Referees Crespo, Louis Dershowitz, Marilyn Doyle, Nicholas Hewitt, Lancelot B. Hoahng, Sue Ann CRIMINAL TERM Administration Administrative Judge--Micki A. Scherer 100 Centre St., New York, NY 10013 Central Clerk's Office 100 Centre St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 374-4984/5 Chief Clerk--Alan J. Murphy (212) 374-5717/8 First Deputy Chief Clerk--Vacant (212) 374-5717/8 Court Clerk Specialist--Conrad Martin (212) 374-4192 Clerk's Office 111 Centre St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 374-8040/36 Assistant Chief Clerk--Murray M. Butchen Term Expires 12/31/05 12/31/08 7/31/08 12/31/09 12/31/08 12/31/10 12/31/04 11/30/02 1/31/09 6/30/08 12/31/11 12/31/11 12/31/09

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Lewis, Marian Leventhal, Howard G. Liebman, Steven E. Lowenstein, Leslie S.

Justice *Bruce Allen *Herbert I. Altman Michael R. Ambrecht *Jeffrey M. Atlas *Carol Berkman John A. K. Bradley Gregory Carro *Richard D. Carruthers *John Cataldo Michael A. Corriero *Laura E. Drager *Daniel P. FitzGerald *Bernard J. Fried

Law Clerks John Paul Mayer Myles Baer Michelle Parisien Linda Devereaux Ellen L. Schutz Renee Moskowitz Marjorie Liss Katherine Preece Janet Poppoly Mollie Faber Valerie Pels Judith White Paul McDonnell William I. Friedman

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James McGevna Young Lee Brett Gilbert Frank J. Loss Jeannette M. Millner Annabelle Berrios Toni M. Cimino Elizabeth Candreva Barbara Brown Teresa Matushaj Helen Dames Daniel Rosen Nina Keller Janice Wieder Juliette C. Sears Melvin D. Paroff Michael Marks Peter Merker Victoria Vossen Paul Sobel Carol Gerstman Donna Henken Alma Gomez Lisa Rubin

Budd G. Goodman Certi'd until 2003 *Roger S. Hayes 12/31/12 Marcy L. Kahn 12/31/08 *Edward J. McLaughlin 12/31/02 *Michael J. Obus 12/31/05 Eduardo Padro 12/31/16 *Micki A. Scherer 12/31/08 *Arlene R. Silverman Leslie Crocker Snyder *Charles H. Solomon *Brenda S. Soloff Lewis Bart Stone *Joan C. Sudolnik Charles J. Tejada Edwin Torres Rena K. Uviller Laura A. Ward William A. Wetzel *Renee A. White *Bonnie G. Wittner James A. Yates Ronald A. Zweibel Judicial Hearing Officers: Herbert J. Adlerberg 12/31/08 3/31/06 12/31/09 12/31/10 8/26/09 12/31/09 6/30/08 12/31/07 8/26/09 12/31/08 6/30/08 12/31/07 12/31/11 12/31/11 5/6/10

*Criminal Court Judges designated Acting Supreme Court Justices Civil Court Judges designated Acting Supreme Court Justices Court of Claims Judges assigned to Supreme Court SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT Kings and Richmond counties KINGS COUNTY Administration Supreme Court Building, 360 Adams St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 General Information (718) 643-8076 County Clerk and Clerk of the Court--Wilbur A. Levin (718) 643-7037 CIVIL TERM Chief Clerk--Thomas R. Kilfoyle (718) 643-5268 Information--(718) 643-5770

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CRIMINAL TERM Chief Clerk--James F. Imperatrice (718) 643-5268 Information--(718) 643-7030 RICHMOND COUNTY County Courthouse, Staten Island, NY 10301 Acting Chief Clerk--Robert Olivari (718) 390-5290 County Clerk and Clerk of the Court--Stephen A. Fiala (718) 390-5396

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Justice Ann T. Pfau (Administrative Judge) Thomas P. Aliotta Gloria C. Aronin (R) Melvin S. Barasch (R) Betsy Barros Ariel E. Belen *Michael J. Brennen *Joseph F. Bruno *Ber A. Bunyan Cheryl E. Chambers *Anthony Cutrona Glori M. Dabiri Carolyn E. Demarest Patricia M. DiMango Lewis L. Douglass (R) Joseph J. Dowd (R) Deborah A. Dowling Anne G. Feldman (R) William J. Garry (R) *Gerald P. Garson (R) Michael J. Garson Abraham G. Gerges Robert J. Gigante L. Priscilla Hall Ira B. Harkavy (R) Gerald S. Held Muriel Hubsher (R) Allen Hurkin-Torres James W. Hutcherson (R) *Richard D. Huttner M. Randolph Jackson Laura L. Jacobson Diana A. Johnson Theodore T. Jones, Jr.

Term Expires 12/31 2008

2015 2002 2002 2010 2008 2011 2013 2010 2012 2008 2008 2004 2015 2002 2003 2010 2002 2003 2002 2006 2004 2013 2007 2003 2002 2002 2015 2002 2005 2002 2016 2014 2003

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Law Secretary Paul Lewis

Mary K. Dollard Sharon Kapusta Charles Sporn Migdalia Maldonado Marlene Schwarz John Vitucci Stella J. Guarno Joanne M. Cohen Christine Duisin Charles Siegel Ta-Tanisha D. James Christine Silber Doris Bergemann George Wade Barbara C. Dowd Robin Kelly Sheares Robert Rood Robert D'Oca Lawrence Rothbert Jeffrey H. Amster Kerry J. Ward Wayne Ozzi J. Machelle Sweeting Sharon Katz Richard A. Leotta Georgia Coffinas David McDonald Debbie Humphrey Gillian Sacks Carolyn Wade Cheryl Gonzales Sharen Hudson Janice Taylor

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2011 2003 2003 2003 2008 2002 2005 2008 2004 2007 2009 2003 2003 2003 2003 2012 2010 2005 2016 2014 2004 2002 2003 2008 2016 2007 2005 Aaron I. Blinder Jane Klemes Robert G. Boyajian Barbara H. Grcevic Charles M. Troia Carol S. Tiernan Alix Mondesir Judith McMahon Robert Carroll Linda Atlas Ralph P. Marra Iris Cross Miriam Cyrulnick John F. Leonard Lara Genovesi Ellen Mishkin Mitchell J. Garbow Kenneth Starace Mark Kagen Christopher Benbow Kevi R. Morrissey Marilyn Rothstein Robert Dorf Warren Glasner Craig Schatzman Carol T. Schwarzkopf Joy Campanelli

Lawrence S. Knipel Herbert Kramer Robert S. Kreindler (R) *y John M. Leventhal *Joseph S. Levine Yvonne Lewis Plummer E. Lott Louis J. Marrero Larry D. Martin Philip G. Minardo Michelle Weston Patterson Michael L. Pesce Frank V. Ponterio (R) Edward M. Rappaport Gustin L. Reichbach Francois A. Rivera *Gerard H. Rosenberg Leon Ruchelsman *Howard A. Ruditzky *Martin Schneier Jules L. Spodek (R) *James G. Starkey Marsha L. Steinhardt James P. Sullivan Albert Tomei David B. Vaughan

(R) Retired because of constitutional age limit, but serving by designation of the Governor following certification by the Administrative Board. *May serve only to expiration date shown because of constitutional age limit. Sitting in First Judicial District Sitting in Eleventh Judicial District Sitting in Staten Island Justices assigned to Appellate Term ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (Queens County) Administration Chief Clerk of the Supreme Court--Anthony D'Angelis (718) 520-3730 First Deputy Chief Clerk, Civil--Maureen D'Aquila (718) 520-3777 County Clerk and Clerk of the Court--Gloria D'Amico (718) 520-3136

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CIVIL TERM 88-11 Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica, NY 11435 Information (718) 520-3713 Motion Support Office (718) 520-3711/12/14/17 Motion Support-Matrimonial (718) 520-4751/52 Motion Support-Bail Review Mental Health (718) 520-3049/3117 Motion Support-Tax Certiorari & Incompetency (718) 520-3715 Motion Support-Ex Parte (718) 520-2585

Justice *Laura Blackburne Evelyn L. Braun Richard L. Buchter *Arthur J. Cooperman *James D. Dollard

*Joseph P. Dorsa Roberta L. Dunlop *Joan Marie Durante *Luther V. Dye Randall T. Eng Steven W. Fisher (Administrative Judge) *Timothy J. Flaherty Phyllis Orlikoff Flug *William T. Glover **Simeon Golar David Goldstein *Joseph G. Golia Marguerite A. Grays Duane A. Hart Ronald D. Hollie **Stanley B. Katz Peter J. Kelly Orin R. Kitzes Robert C. Kohm **Alan LeVine Daniel Lewis Robert J. McDonald Peter J. O'Donoghue **Thomas V. Polizzi **Arnold N. Price Jaime A. Rios **Joseph L. Risi Martin E. Ritholtz Sheriden S. Roman

Term Expires 12/31 2007 2006 2006 2003 2003

2006 2005 2003 2003 2004 2006 2004 2003 2004 2004 2004 2008 2016 2015 2015 2004 2016 2008 2006 2003 2009 2013 2015 2003 2003 2008 2003 2015 2008

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Law Secretary Linda L. Roots Marian B. Morris Kathleen Ward Robert Invidiata Alison R. Greenberg Sally R. Maiolo Elizabeth Anderson David Heller Myra J. Doyle Lesa Lawrence Ira Hofher Toko Serita Anna Culley Barry Schwartz Abby Goldstein Anna Marie Brown Elizabeth MacEwen Maureen Healy Mitchell Kaufman Nicole McGregor Anthony A. Hayles Joesph J. Esposito Barry S. Tivin Francis Kahn, III Robert Caloras Joseph Esposito Leonard N. Florio Richard J. Johnson Dennis Lebwohl Kevin J. Power Peter Lane Richard Chase Judith Memblatt Richard Latin Debra Ross James A. Dollin

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2007 2003 2003 2008 2012 2004 2008 2004 2008 2011 2004 2013 2011 Richard Lazarus Cornelia H. Duffy Robert Gartner Edward Schachter Deirdre A. Finley Leonard Livote Ilene Fern Ilene Reichman Mark Kugelman Nelson Timken Josephine Benton Charles LoPresto Agnes Kirschner

*Roger N. Rosengarten **Joseph Rosenzweig Seymour Rotker Frederick D. R. Sampson Patricia P. Satterfield **Frederick A. Schmidt *Martin J. Schulman **Mark H. Spires *Sidney F. Strauss Janice A. Taylor *Charles J. Thomas Jeremy S. Weinstein Allan B. Weiss

*May serve only to expiration date shown because of constitutional age limit. **Retired because of constitutional age limit, but serving for two-year term upon certification by the Administrative Board. Justices assigned to Appellate Term. CRIMINAL TERM 125-01 Queens Boulevard, Kew Gardens, NY 11415 First Deputy Chief Clerk, Criminal--Felix Fernandez (718) 520-3566 Information (718) 520-3469 Record Room (718) 520-3542 Appeals Bureau (718) 520-3513 Motion Clerk (718) 520-3487 25-10 Court Square, Long Island City, NY 11101 Information (718) 520-3933 TWELTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (Bronx County) Administration Acting Chief Clerk--John Murray (718) 590-3799 Deputy Chief Clerk--Walter J. Nicholson (718) 590-3985 Administrative Offices (718) 590-3986 County Clerk and Clerk of the Supreme Court--Hector L. Diaz (718) 590-3646 CIVIL TERM 851 Grand Concourse, Rm. 217, Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 590-3722 Clerk in Charge--Helen Corporan (718) 590-3714 Motion Support Ex-Parte Office (718) 590-3715 Trial Term Office (718) 590-3723 Matrimonial Office (718) 590-3717

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Justice Janice Bowman Jerry L. Crispino (R) Laura G. Douglas Albert J. Emanuelli Gerald V. Esposito (L) (Administrative Judge) Yvonne Gonzalez Stanley Green Bertram Katz (R) Sallie Manzanet LaTia W. Martin Douglas E. McKeon Dianne Renwick Nelson S. Roman Norma Ruiz Alan J. Saks (L) George D. Salerno (L) Barry Salman Howard R. Silver Betty Stinson Lucindo Suarez Kenneth L. Thompson, Jr. *Edwin Torres (R) Anne E. Targum (R) Paul A. Victor (L)

Term Expires 12/31 Law Secretary 2010 Maria Matos-Sepulveda 2004 Mitchell J. Danzinger 2013 Ben Barbato 2008 Albert J. Degatano 2005 Richard Ruggiero

2012 2009 2004 2015 2008 2003 2015 2016 2013 2003 2003 2004 2004 2013 2009 2009 2003 2004 2003 Jack Lehnert Anne C. Chabot John D'Allessandro Alicia Gerez Eddie J. McShan Morton Luchs William Ramos Frances O'Leary Martin Popovic Steven Konigsberg Lauvienska Polanco Daniel O'Leary Thomas Lynch James Gisondi Peter Larose Elizabeth Taylor Melvin D. Paroff Lucy Locorotondo Alan Gross

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(L) May serve only to expiration date shown because of constitutional age limit. (R) Retired because of constitutional age limit, age but serving for two-year term designation of the Governor following certification by the Administrative Board. *Sitting in First Judicial District. Justices assigned to Appellate Term.

CRIMINAL TERM 851 Grand Concourse, Rm. 123, Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 590-3804 Clerk in Charge--John Murray (718) 590-3801 Central Clerk's Office (718) 590-3805 Appeals Bureau (718) 590-3800 Captain's Office (718) 590-3704 Court Reporters (718) 590-3700

Justice Efrain Alvarado Phylis Skloot Bamberger John A. Barone Steven L. Barrett

Term Expires 12/31 2010 2004 2013 2008

Law Secretary David J. Demar Mark H. Levine Jonathon Jacobs Hillard Wiese

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2011 2002 2011 2008 2006 2004 2005 2007 Patricia Avery Stuart Sacks Robert E. Epstein Mark H. Snyder Bruce Pearl Andrew Ferber Susan Miller Ilan Gilbert

Peter J. Benitez Lawrence H. Bernstein (R) Denis J. Boyle John N. Byrne Caesar D. Cirigliano Margaret Clancy Robert L. Cohen John P. Collins (Administrative Judge) Edward M. Davidowitz(R) *Joseph Fisch Ira R. Globerman Michael A. Gross Alexander W. Hunter, Jr. Nicholas J. Iacovetta *Albert Lorenzo *Martin Marcus Dominick R. Massaro William I. Mogulescu John S. Moore Barbara F. Newman Richard L. Price(L) Laura Safer-Espinoza Robert G. Seewald Harold Silverman (R) David Stadtmauer (L) Robert H. Straus Ruth Levine Sussman Megan Tallmer Troy K. Webber Patricia Anne Williams

* Terms expire June 30.

2002 Edith Glaser 2008 Jeanne Petrauskas 2005 Joan G. Levenson 2003 Annmarie Modica-Schaffer 2008 Lorraine Martinez 2005 Eleanor Pesce-Fusto 2011 Alfred Tartaglia 2008 Denise Parillo 2004 Raymond Franklin 2009 Amy Cohen 2010 Rosemary Martinez Borges 2006 2010 Geoffrey Ralls 2010 Rita S. McKoy 2003 Bruce Goldstock 2003 Glenda M. Hernandez 2004 A. S. Ben-Merre 2009 Nina Rusnak 2006 2004 Catherine Daly 2016 Sandra Lespinasse 2009 Heather A. Russell

SUPREME COURT LIBRARIES (New York City Only) FIRST DEPARTMENT Appellate Division-27 Madison Ave., Room 219, New York, NY 10010 Eugene A. Preudhomme, Principal Law Librarian (212) 340-0478 Civil Branch, First Judicial District, New York County, 60 Centre St., New York, NY 10007, Julianne Glick, Librarian (212) 374-8384 Criminal Branch-1st Judicial District, New York County, Criminal Courts Building, 100 Centre St., 17th FI., New York, NY 10013, David G. Badertscher, Principal Law Librarian (212) 374-5615

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Supreme Court-12th Judicial Dist., Bronx County, Bronx County Court House, 851 Grand Concourse, Rm. 817, Bronx, NY 10451, Modesto Bravo, Principal Law Librarian (718) 590-3678 Supreme Court Public Access Law Library- 80 Centre Street, Room 468, New York, NY 10013, Theodore Pollack, Senior Law Librarian (212) 374-8564; (800) COURTNY SECOND DEPARTMENT Appellate Division-45 Monroe Place, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Bruce Bosso, Principal Law Librarian (718) 722-6356 Supreme Court- 2nd Judicial Dist., Kings County, Supreme Court Bldg., Rm. 349, Brooklyn, NY 11201, Paul C. Henrich, Principal Law Librarian (718) 643-8080 Supreme Court-11th Judicial Dist., Queens County, 88-11 Sutphin Blvd., Room 600, Jamaica, NY 11435, Andrew Tschinkel, Principal Law Librarian (718) 520-3140 www.courts.state.ny.us/queenslib/queens.htm Supreme Court-2nd Judicial Dist., Richmond County, 130 Stuyvesant Place, Rm. 300, Staten Island, NY 10301, Philip A. Klingle, Senior Law Librarian (718) 390-5291

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COURT OF CLAIMS

Justice Bldg., The Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza P.O. Box 7344, Capitol Station, Albany, NY 12224 (518) 465-8881 Fax Filing: 866-413-1069 www.nyscourtofclaims.state.ny.us The Court of Claims hears only claims against the State of New York. There are 66 judges appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate for nine year terms. Salary $136,700. The Presiding Judge's salary is $144,000. Chief Clerk of the Court--David B. Klingaman NEW YORK CITY CHAMBERS 26 Broadway, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10004 (212) 361-8150

Judges Term Expires Francis T. Collins, Saratoga Springs ................... Mar. 31, 2006 Donald J. Corbett, Jr., Rochester ........................ Dec. 31, 2003 Diane L. Fitzpatrick, Tully .................................... May 17, 2007 Judith A. Hard, Albany ........................................ June 30, 2009 James J. Lack, East Northport ............................. Mar.22, 2003 Ferris D. Lebous, Vestal ....................................... June 2, 2005 Jonathan Lippman, Ryebrook ............................. Mar. 30, 2007

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Alan C. Marin, New York ..................................... Mar. 31, 2006 *Thomas J. McNamara, Ballston Spa ................. Jan. 22, 2004 Nicholas V. Midey, Jr., Seneca Falls ..................... Dec. 1, 2010 Stephen J. Mignano, Peekskill ............................ Mar. 13, 2011 Renee Forgensi Minarik, Webster ....................... Dec. 31, 2008 S. Michael Nadel, New York ................................ Aug. 23, 2009 Philip J. Patti, Hornell .......................................... Dec. 31, 2002 *Frank S. Rossetti, New York City ....................... Dec. 31, 2004 Terry Jane Ruderman, Scarsdale ........................ July 11, 2006 Thomas H. Scuccimara, Garrison ....................... Mar. 31, 2006 Richard E. Sise, Niskayuna ................................ Jan. 22, 2004 Alton R. Waldon, Jr. ............................................ Dec. 31, 2007 *John J. Brunetti, Baldwinsville ........................... April 28, 2010 *Caesar D. Cirigliano, Brooklyn ........................... Aug 26, 2009 *William C. Donnino, Bronx ................................. May 29, 2010 *Richard M. Klein, Northport ............................... Aug. 26, 2009 Albert Lorenzo, Armonk ...................................... Aug. 26, 2009 *Guy J. Mangano, Jr., Long Beach ..................... May 29, 2010 *Mario J. Rossetti, Williamsville .......................... Aug. 26, 2009 *Edward A. Sheridan, Clifton Park ...................... Aug. 26, 2009 *Lewis Bart Stone, New York .............................. Aug. 26, 2009 *Ronald H. Tills, Hamburg .................................... Apr. 28, 2010 *Rena K. Uviller, Bronx ...................................... Aug. 26, 2009 *Ronald A. Zwiebel, Brooklyn ................................ May 6, 2010 *Phylis Skloot Bamberger, New York City ........... Dec. 31, 2004 *Antonio I. Brandveen, New York City ................. Dec. 31, 2004 Joan B. Carey, New York City ............................. Dec. 31, 2004 *Gregory Carro. New York .................................. Dec. 31, 2004 *Thomas J. Carroll, New York ............................. Dec. 31, 2004 *Margaret Clancy, Hastings-on-Hudson .............. Dec. 31, 2004 Robert J. Collini, Staten Island ............................ Dec. 31, 2004 Vincent M. Del Giudice, Brooklyn ....................... Dec. 31, 2004 *Matthew J. D'Emic, Brooklyn ............................. Dec. 31, 2004 *Anthony I. Giacobbe, Staten Island ................... Dec. 31, 2004 *Robert J. Hanophy, Flushing ............................. Dec. 31, 2004 *Alan J. Honorof, Plandome Manor .................... Dec. 31, 2004 *Richard C. Kloch, Sr., N. Tonowanda ................ Dec. 31, 2004 *Dan Lamont, Schoharie County ........................ Dec. 31, 2004 *Joseph J. Maltese, Staten Island ....................... Dec. 31, 2004 *Daniel Martin, Huntington .................................. Dec. 31, 2004 *Dominick R. Massaro, Bronx ............................. Dec. 31, 2004 *Michael F. Mullen, Huntington ........................... Dec. 31, 2004 Juanita Bing Newton, New Rochelle ................... Dec. 31, 2004 *Victor M. Ort, Oyster Bay ................................... Dec. 31, 2004 *Stephen J. Rooney, Staten Island ..................... Dec. 31, 2004 Michael R. Ambrecht, New York ......................... June 30, 2008 *Edward D. Burke, Sag Harbor .......................... June 30, 2008 *Russell P. Buscaglia, Tonawanda ...................... Mar. 31, 2006 *Michael A. Corriero, Brooklyn ........................... June 30, 2008

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Albert J. Emanuelli, White Plains ....................... June 30, 2008 *Joseph Fisch, Larchmont ................................. June 30, 2008 *Martin Marcus, Larchmont ................................ June 30, 2008 *Richard A. Molea, New Rochelle ....................... Mar. 31, 2006 *Norman Siegel, New Hartford ............................ Mar. 31, 2006 *Leslie Crocker Snyder, New York ...................... Mar. 31, 2006 *Charles J. Tejada, Brooklyn .............................. June 30, 2008 *William A. Wetzel, Briarcliff Manor .................... June 30, 2008

*Also serve as Supreme Court Justices

NEW YORK CITY COURTS

CRIMINAL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK 100 Centre St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 374-5880 Court opens at 9:30 a.m. The number of Judges provided by law is 107. Judges are appointed by the Mayor for ten year terms. They must be residents of the City and admitted to practice as attorneys in the State for ten years prior to appointment. Salary $125,600. OFFICE OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE

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100 Centre St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 374-3200

Administrative Judge--*Hon. Juanita Bing Newton (212) 374-6233 Counsel--Beverly J. Russell OFFICE OF THE CHIEF CLERK 100 Centre St., New York, NY 10013

General Information: (212) 374-5880

Chief Clerk--William H. Etheridge, III (212) 374-6233 First Deputy Chief Clerk, Operations--Vacant (212) 374-6233 Deputy Chief Clerk, Human Resources--Ada Molina (212) 374-6224 NEW YORK CITY SUMMONS PART 346 Broadway, New York, NY 10013 Central Clerk's Office (212) 374-4600 Assistant Chief Clerk--Robert Cassidy (212) 374-8125

NEW YORK COUNTY 100 Centre St., New York, NY 10013 General Information: Weekdays (212) 374-5880/5881 Sat., Sun., Hol., and after 5 p.m. (212) 374-6242/6248 Fax: (212) 374-5293

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Borough Chief Clerk--John F. Hayes (212) 374-6234 Deputy Borough Chief Clerk--Vincent Modica (212) 374-6234

BRONX COUNTY 215 East 161st St., Bronx, NY 10451 General Information (Weekdays) (718) 590-2865/6/7 (718) 590-2853/4 Sat., Sun., Hol., and after 5 p.m. (718) 590-2887/8 (718) 590-2924 Fax: (718) 590-2857 Borough Chief Clerk--William Kalish (718) 590-2858/9/60 Deputy Borough Chief Clerk--Frank C. Tufano (718) 590-2858/9 KINGS COUNTY 120 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 General Information (Weekdays) (718) 643-4044/6 Sat., Sun., Hol., and after 5 p.m. (718) 643-5675 Fax: (718) 643-3527 Borough Chief Clerk--Brian M. Wynne (718) 643-5673 Deputy Borough Chief Clerk--Vacant (718) 643-3909 QUEENS COUNTY 125-01 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens, NY 11415 General Info (Weekdays) (718) 520-3595 Fax: (718) 520-4712 Sat., Sun., Hol., and after 5 p.m. (718) 520-3595 Arraignments (718) 520-1985 Fax: (718) 520-7251 Borough Chief Clerk--Vacant (718) 520-3855 Deputy Borough Chief Clerk--Kevin P. Begley (718) 520-4715 RICHMOND COUNTY 67 Targee St., Staten Island, NY 10304 General Information: (718) 390-8400 Fax: (718) 390-8405 Borough Chief Clerk--Raymond A. Corvino (718) 390-8410 Judges *Bruce Allen Richard N. Allman *Allen G. Alpert *Herbert I. Altman *Efrain Alvarado *Jeffrey M. Atlas *Steven L. Barrett A. Kirke Bartley, Jr. *Peter J. Benitez *Carol Berkman *Joel L. Blumenfeld *Denis J. Boyle James M. Burke *John N. Byrne Term Expires Dec. 31, 2005 Dec. 31, 2007 Nov. 30, 2001 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2010 Dec. 31, 2009 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2011 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2010 Dec. 31, 2010 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2008

NYC Criminal Court

Alex M. Calabrese Fernando M. Camacho *Richard D. Carruthers John W. Carter *John Cataldo Danny K. Chun Darcel D. Clark *Robert L. Cohen Ellen M. Coin *John P. Collins Joseph J. Dawson *Laura E. Drager *William M. Erlbaum Ralph Fabrizio Thomas Farber *Jo Ann Ferdinand *Neil J. Firetog *Daniel P. Fitzgerald *Bernard J. Fried William Garnett *Michael A. Gary James D. Gibbons *Arlene D. Goldberg *Joel M. Goldberg Ethan Greenberg *James P. Griffin *Michael A. Gross *Joseph A. Grosso Joseph E. Gubbay William M. Harrington Gerald Harris *Roger S. Hayes Charles J. Heffernan, Jr. Douglas Hoffman *Nicholas J. Lacovetta Martin G. Karopkin Diane Kiesel Eileen Koretz *Barry Kron *John B. Latella, Jr. *Leslie G. Leach Judith A. Levitt Gene R. Lopez *Alan Marrus Seth L. Marvin *Robert C. McGann *Joseph K. McKay

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*Edward J. McLaughlin Nov. 30, 2012 Suzanne Melendez Dec. 31, 2010 *Alan J. Meyer Nov. 30, 2012 *William Miller Nov. 30, 2012 (Supervising Judge-Kings & Richmond Counties) Deborah Stevens Modica Dec. 31, 2008 (Supervising Judge-Queens County) Salvatore Modica Dec. 31, 2005 *William I. Mogulescu Dec. 31, 2009 Suzanne M. Mondo Dec. 31, 2008 *John S. Moore Dec. 31, 2010 Pauline A. Mullings Dec. 31, 2004 *Barbara F. Newman Dec. 31, 2006 Patricia M. Nunez Dec. 31, 2012 *Michael J. Obus Dec. 31, 2005 *Eugene Oliver, Jr. Dec. 31, 2005 (Supervising Judge-Bronx County) *Sheryl L. Parker Dec. 31, 2008 Ann T. Pfau Dec. 31, 2008 Ruth Pickholz Dec. 31, 2009 Charles A. Posner Dec. 31, 2008 Robert M. Raciti Dec. 31, 2007 Donna G. Recant Dec. 31, 2005 *Leonard P. Rienzi Dec. 31, 2011 Neil E. Ross Dec. 31, 2008 *Micki A. Scherer Dec. 31, 2008 *Robert G. Seewald Dec. 31, 2003 *Arlene R. Silverman Dec. 31, 2008 *Brenda S. Soloff Dec. 31, 2010 *Charles H. Solomon Dec. 31, 2009 *Michael R. Sonberg Dec. 31, 2011 Larry R. C. Stephen Dec. 31, 2007 Robert M. Stolz Dec. 31, 2011 *Robert H. Straus Dec. 31, 2009 *Joan C. Sudolnik Dec. 31, 2009 *Ruth Levine Sussman Dec. 31, 2006 *Megan Tallmer Dec. 31, 2004 *John P. Walsh Dec. 31, 2008 (Supervising Judge-NYC Arraignments) *Laura A. Ward Nov. 30, 2003 Richard M. Weinberg Dec. 31, 2007 *Renee A. White Dec. 31, 2007 *Patricia Anne Williams Dec. 31, 2009 *Bonnie G. Wittner Dec. 31, 2010 *Douglas S. Wong Dec. 31, 2011 Alvin Yearwood Dec. 31, 2005

* Acting Supreme Court Justice

NYC Civil Court

CIVIL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK 111 Centre Street, New York, NY 10013 (212) 791-6000 Courts open at 9:30 a.m. Clerk's Office opens at 9:00 a.m.

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The New York City Civil Court hears civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000. The court is composed of 120 judges, elected by the voters in each county for a term of ten years. Judges must be residents of the City and admitted to practice as attorneys in the State for ten years before taking office. Judges may serve until December 31 of the year in which they become 70. Salary $125,600. Administration Chief Clerk--Jack Baer (212) 374-8079 First Deputy Chief Clerk--Ernesto Belzaguy (212) 374-2866/8176 Deputy Chief Clerk--Myles McKenna (212) 374-8080 Deputy Chief Clerk, Small Claims--Joseph Gebbia (212) 374-0021 NEW YORK COUNTY 111 Centre St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 791-6000 Clerk of the County--Mary Lee Andronaco (212) 374-8443 Small Claims--Clerk's Office, Room 323 (212) 374-5776/9 Harlem Justice Center, 170 East 121St. Street, New York, NY10035 (212) 828-7558 *Acting Supreme Court Justice Judges Term Expires Court Attorneys Harold Adler Dec. 31, 2011 Jeffrey S. Silverbush *Harold B. Beeler Dec. 31, 2007 Dianne Cooper Lucy Billings Dec. 31, 2007 John Bajit Arthur Birnbaum Dec. 31, 2006 Eric S. Fieldman *John A. K. Bradley Dec. 31, 2004 Renee Moskowitz Dorothy Chin Brandt Dec. 31, 2007 Jill Posner *Richard F. Braun Dec. 31, 2009 Gary Eckstein Raymond L. Bruce Dec. 31, 2011 Vacant Matthew F. Cooper Dec. 31, 2010 Joanne D. Quinones *Marylin G. Diamond Dec. 31, 2010 Harvey M. Berman Arthur F. Engoron Dec. 31, 2012 Lidelfo Antonio Franco *Laura Safer Espinoza Dec. 31, 2010 Rita S. McKoy Saralee Evans Dec. 31, 2003 Nancy C. Hobbs Paul G. Feinman Dec. 31, 2006 Julia P. Herd *Marcy S. Friedman Dec. 31, 2003 Elizabeth Gertz *Judith J. Gische Dec. 31, 2003 Eileen Kasper *Ira R. Globerman Dec. 31, 2005 Joan Levinson *Stephen S. Gottlieb Dec. 31, 2003 Lance P. Evans *Louise Gruner-Gans Dec. 31, 2003 Mimi Ginott Kaough Barbara Jaffe Dec. 31, 2011 Catherine Paszkowska

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Dec. 31, 2004 Dec. 31, 2011 Dec. 31, 2010 Dec. 31, 2009 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 31, 2004 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 31, 2004 Dec. 31, 2004 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2006 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2011 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 31, 2004 Stacy Osborne Nancy Bannon Ingrid Aybar Shari E. Epstein Alexandra Jungmi Byun Lois Diakof Melissa A. Cohen Susan R. Solomon Vacant Leticia M. Ramirez Irene Bees Ingrid Aybar Timothy James Laura Eberstein Karen Lin/Alice Tam Samuel E. Wilkenfeld

Debra A. James Deborah Kaplan Joan M. Kenney Cynthia A. Kern Susan Knipps Shirley Kornreich *Diane S. Lebedeff *Robert D. Lippmann *Paula J. Omansky Jose A. Padilla, Jr. *Kibbie F. Payne Eileen A. Rakower Debra R. Samuels Saliann Scarpulla *Marilyn Shafer *Martin Shulman (Supervising Judge) Anil Singh Karen S. Smith *Jane S. Solomon Faviola Soto *John E. H. Stackhouse *Michael Stallman *Walter B. Tolub Analisa Torres Geoffrey D. Wright *Louis B. York

Dec. 31, 2012 Anne Hilliard Johnson Dec. 31, 2005 Maura Vance Dec. 31, 2006 Joseph Burke Dec. 31, 2003 Prima Simon Dec. 31, 2003 Ann Gardner Dec. 31, 2006 Debra Lewis Dec. 31, 2009 Leonardo D'Alessandro Dec. 31, 2009 Angela Badamo Dec. 31, 2007 Vivienne T. White Dec. 31, 2006 Beth L. Herstein

BRONX COUNTY Civil & Small Claims 851 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451 (212) 791-6000 Small Claims Clerk's Office (718) 590-2693/4 1118 Grand Concourse, Bronx NY 10456 (718) 466-3000 Landlord & Tenant Clerk (718) 466-3025 Housing Claims (718) 466-3000 Clerk of the County--Joseph Monastra (718) 466-3000

*Acting Supreme Court Justice

Judges Francis Allessandro Mary Ann Brigantti-Hughes Raul Cruz *Stanley Green Wilma Guzman Judith Lieb Irving Rosen Robert A. Sackett *Howard Sherman

Term Expires Court Attorneys Dec. 31, 2009 Howard Liker Dec. 31, 2007 David KilKenny Dec. 31, 2012 Juana Valetin Dec. 31, 2009 Anne C. Chabot Dec. 31, 2008 Vacant Dec. 31, 2003 Alicia Amezcua-Rodriguez Dec. 31, 2004 Stuart L. Davis Dec. 31, 2009 Monique Carro Dec. 31, 2009 Patricia Broderick

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Fernando Tapia Robert Torres Alison V. Tuitt George Villegas Edgar G. Walker Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2006 Dec. 31, 2010 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2010

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Eduardo Cruz David Balsam Donald A. Miles Michale Kessler Andrew J. Cohen

KINGS COUNTY 141 Livingston St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (212) 791-6000 Small Claims Clerk's Office (718) 643-7913/7914 Landlord and Tenant Clerk (718) 643-7528/7529 Clerk of the County--Stewart Feigel (718) 643-8133/4

COURTS

*Acting Supreme Court Justice

Judges Rachael A. Adams Jack M. Battaglia Loren Baily-Schiffman Bruce M. Balter Bernadette Bayne Alice Fisher Rubin Robin S. Garson Lila Gold Ferne J. Goldstein

Raymond Guzman Sarah L. Krauss Donald S. Kurtz Esther M. Morgenstern Eileen Nadelson Mary O'Donoghue Syliva O'Hinds-Radix Eric I. Prus *Karen Rothenberg (Supervising Judge) Wayne Saitta Arthur M. Schack *David I. Schmidt Debra Silber *Joseph S. Silverman *Kathryn M. Smith Martin Solomon Ellen M. Spodek Peter P. Sweeney Delores Thomas Margarita Lopez Torres Wavny Toussaint Dolores L. Waltrous Betty Williams

Term Expires Dec. 31, 2009 Dec. 31, 2010 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2007 Dec. 31, 2009 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 31, 2005

Dec. 31, 2009 Dec. 31, 2004 Dec. 31, 2009 Dec. 31, 2005 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 31, 2011 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2007 Dec. 31, 2009 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2005 Dec. 31, 2007 Dec. 31, 2007 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 31, 2005 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2011 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2010

Court Attorneys Hemalee Patel Eric G. Steinberg David Montag Meira Mednick Jacqueline Williams Lisa Ottley Margaret Goudy Kenneth P. Sherman Helene A. Bayme Elky Ogorek Monica MacAdams John S. Disanto Gina Abadi Jesse Hauser Jeffrey Helewitz Vacant Derefim B. Neckles Douglas Schain Jennifer R. Rapaport

Julissa Gomez Ronald D. Bratt Felicia A. Feinberg Howard Graubard Abbe S. Blumenthal Theresa M. Ciccotta David C. Pepper Robert A. Markoff Sandra Roper Jeanette Ramseur Rita Mella Sharon R. N. Campbell Susan Liebman Darren Kirton

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QUEENS COUNTY 89-17 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11435 (212) 791-6000 Small Claims Clerk's Office (718) 262-7122 Landlord & Tenant Clerk (718) 262-7145 Clerk of the County--Thomas Touhey (718) 262-7300

*Acting Supreme Court Justice

Judges Augustus C. Agate Michael D. Aloise Valerie Braithwaite-Nelson

Denis Butler Timothy J. Dufficy David Elliot *Darrelly L. Gavrin Anthony V. Gazzara Lenore Gerald James J. Golia Kevin Kerrigan Stephen Knopf *Jeffrey D. Lebowitz Charles J. Markey Steven W. Paynter Diccia Pineda-Kirwan Bernice D. Siegal

Term Expires Dec. 31, 2010 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2012

Dec. 31, 2011 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2010 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 31, 2007 Dec. 31, 2009 Dec. 31, 2006 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 31, 2010 Dec. 31, 2005 Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2011

Court Attorneys Tracy A. Fox Miriam K. McEnroe Modjgan Cohanim Lancman Ravisharon K. Khunknum Angelo A. DiGangi Alan Schiff Thomas Ferrugia Rosemarie Montalbano Michael H. Goldman Laurentina McKetney Butler Lina Chin-Ning Tang Catherine Lomuscio Kerriann Finnegan Marcia Roman Howard Wieder Roberta S. Darwin David M. Hawkins Jay Abrahams

Clerk of the County--Lorraine M. Stergious (718) 390-5422 RICHMOND COUNTY 927 Castleton Ave., Staten Island, NY 10310 (212) 791-6000 Clerk of the County--Lorraine M. Stergious (718) 390-5422

*Acting Supreme Court Justice

Judges Judith N. McMahon *Barbara Panepinto Philip S. Straniere Eric N. Vitaliano

Term Expires Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2006 Dec. 31, 2006 Dec. 31, 2011

Court Attorneys Wendy Keegan Karen B. Wolff Helene Donian Sacco Fay Degrimston

Housing Part Composed of 50 Housing Judges, appointed for a term of five years. Salary $115,400.

NYC Family Court

Judge Paul Alpert Ava Alterman Gilbert Badillo Johnny Lee Baynes Cyril K. Bedford Ronni D. Birnbaum Ernest J. Cavallo Oymin Chin Marian C. Doherty Timmie E. Elsner Marc Finkelstein Anthony J. Fiorella, Jr. Thomas M. Fitzpatrick Ellis S. Franke Lizbeth Gonalez James R. Grayshaw Shlomo S. Hagler Arlene H. Hahn Sheldon J. Halprin George M. Heymann Pam Jackman-Brown Dawn Marie Jimenez Anne Katz Jerald R. Klein Bruce Kramer Laurie Lynn Lau Gerard Lebovits Ulysses B. Leverett Howard Malatzky Gary F. Marton Kevin McClanahan Margaret Parisi McGowan Maria Milin Gerald Lebovits Michael J. Pinckney Eardell J. Rashford Maria Ressos Jose Rodriguez Julia I. Rodriguez Larry S. Schachner Bruce E. Scheckowitz Jean T. Schneider Michelle D. Schrieber Marcia Sikowitz Brenda S. Spears Elizabeth J. Yalin Tao Pierre B. Turner Deighton S. Waithe

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Term Expires July 30, 2005 Jan. 21, 2007 Jan. 21, 2002 Jun. 27, 2003 July 21, 2004 Mar. 31, 2006 Mar. 30, 2007 May 31, 2003 May 29, 2006 Oct. 5, 2007 May 1, 2004 Sept. 14, 2003 Sept. 6, 2004 Feb.8, 2002 July 21, 2004 Dec 31, 2007 July 21, 2004 Apr 13, 2004 Oct 27, 2003 Mar. 31, 2006 May 31, 2003 July 21, 2004 Jan. 24, 2003 Nov. 3, 2007 Mar. 15, 2004 Jan. 24, 2003 Dec. 11, 2006 Jan. 31, 2004 Apr. 30, 2006 Sept. 12, 2004 June 9, 2007 May 25, 2003 May 31, 2003 Nov. 28, 2006 Sept. 30, 2004 July 26, 2005 May 6, 2006 Mar. 31, 2006 Sept. 12, 2004 Sept.12, 2004 July 21, 2004 Sept. 1, 2002 July 21, 2004 May 31, 2003 May 29, 2006 Apr. 13, 2004 Mar. 31, 2006 July 21, 2004

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Mar. 30, 2003

Peter M. Wendt

FAMILY COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK CITY OF NEW YORK

60 Lafayette St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 374-3700 Court open 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The number of the judges provided by law is 47. The Mayor of the City of New York shall appoint the judges of the Family Court of the State of New York in counties within the City of New York for a term of ten years. Judges must be residents of the City and admitted to practice as attorneys for ten years before appointment. Salary $136,700. Family Court Administration 60 Lafayette St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 374-3650 Administrative Judge--Joseph M. Lauria Chief Clerk--James F. Kenny First Deputy Chief Clerk--John P. Cairns Deputy Chief Clerk, Administration--Mary Ellen Keller Chief Court Attorney--Peter Passidomo (212) 374-8979 Deputy Chief Court Attorney--Mitchell Regenbogen (212) 374-89822 New York County Family Court 60 Lafayette St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 374-8743/8791 Clerk's offices open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Clerk of Court--Evelyn Hasanoeddin Deputy Clerk--Edward Tonetti Bronx County Family Court 900 Sheridan Ave., Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 590-3321 Clerk's office open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Clerk of Court--Paul Moriarty Deputy Clerk--Vacant Kings County Family Court 283 Adams St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-2652 Clerk's office open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Clerk of Court--Robert Ratanski Deputy Clerk--Albert Lyons Queens County Family Court 89-14 Parsons Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 520-3991 Clerk's office open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday Through Friday Clerk of Court--Vacant Deputy Clerk--George Cafasso

NYC Family Court

Richmond Family Court 100 Richmond Terrace, S.I. NY 10301 (718) 390-5462 Clerk's office open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Clerk of Court--William J. Quirk Deputy Clerk--James Veloce New York City Centralized Foster Care Review Term 60 Lafayette St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 374-7133 Clerk's office open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Clerk of Term--Evelyn Hasanoeddin

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NYC Centralized Child Support Enforcement Term 60 Lafayette St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 374-3689 Clerk's office open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Clerk of Term--Eugene O'Connor Deputy Clerk--Vaunda L. Harris

STATE

Judges Jody Adams (2)Allen G. Alpert (1)Michael A. Ambrosio (4)Bruce M. Balter Mary E. Bednar Stephen J. Bogacz Robert F. Clark Rhoda J. Cohen Alma Cordova Tandra Dawson Guy P. DePhillips Lee Elkins (1)Mary Ellen Fitzmaurice (Supervising Judge-Queens County) Nora Freeman Rhea G. Friedman (2)Michael A. Gary (2)Arlene Goldberg Sidney Gribetz Paul H. Grosvenor (Supervising Judge-Kings County) Bryanne A. Hamill Paula J. Hepner (2) Douglas Hoffman John M. Hunt (2)Martin Karipkin (4)Susan Knipps (Supervising Judge-New York County) George L. Jurow Joseph M. Lauria

Term Expires Nov. 30, 2012 Nov. 30, 2012 Sep. 4, 2012 Dec. 31, 2007 Oct. 29, 2005 Sep.13, 2005 Dec. 27,2007 Nov. 30, 2012 Dec. 22, 2005 Feb. 9, 2005 Nov. 30, 2012 Dec. 28, 2005 June 1, 2010

Aug. 30, 2012 Mar. 23, 2008 Dec. 31, 2010 Dec. 31, 2008 May 13, 2009 June 30, 2010 May 18, 2011 Jan. 3, 2010 Dec. 31, 2012 Jan. 27, 2006 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 31, 2008 Dec. 31, 2008

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May 4, 2009 Feb. 18, 2008 Jan. 31, 2007 June 10, 2012 Aug. 30, 2012 Dec. 27, 2005 Apr. 30, 2011 Dec. 31, 2005 Nov. 15, 2006 Dec. 31, 2003 July 21, 2009 Dec. 28, 2005 Oct. 27, 2007 Aug. 2, 2004 Mar. 31, 2011 Oct. 5, 2004 Mar. 8, 2006 Dec. 30, 2003 Apr. 23, 2008 Dec. 27, 2007 Aug. 30, 2012 Mar. 31, 2011 Dec. 31, 2009 Oct. 1, 2009 Dec. 30, 2003 Dec. 31, 2003 Dec. 22, 2005 June 1, 2010 Mar. 4, 2005

(Administrative Judge) Arnold Lim Fran L. Lubow Harold J. Lynch Myrna Martinez-Perez Ruben A. Martino Terrence J. McElrath Maureen A. McLeod (4)Esther M. Morgenstern (3)Martin Murphy (4)Mary O' Donoghue Jane Pearl Ralph J. Porzio Sheldon M. Rand Clark V. Richardson (Supervising Judge-Bronx County) Marybet S. Richroath Edwina Richardson-Thomas Gayle P. Roberts Barbara Salinitro Sara P. Schechter Marian Shelton Gloria Sosa-Lintner Betty E. Staton Carol Stokinger Helen C. Sturm (1)Jeffrey Sunshine (2)Megan Tallmer DanieI Turbow Stewart H. Weinstein *Virginia E. Yancey

(1)Assigned

to Supreme Court from Criminal Court (3)Assigned to Criminal Court (4)Assigned from Civil Court

(2)AJSC Assigned

HEARING EXAMINERS Hearing Examiners are special judicial officers appointed by the Office of Court Administration to terms of three years. Hearing Examiners preside over child support and paternity proceedings in the Family Courts in all five New York City counties. Hearing Examiners must be residents of the State and admitted to practice as attorneys for five years before appointment. Salary: $85,762.

Hearing Examiners Afua Afriye-Opetubo Kathryn Baur Joette Blaustein

Term Expires Sep. 9, 2005 Dec. 18, 2005 Aug. 12, 2005

Surrogate's Court

Lewis Borofsky Jennifer Castaldi Elaine Clark Katerina Contaratos Vanessa Evans John Fasone Michael Fondacaro Lisa Friederwitzer Patrick Garcia Christine Gartner Corneilius Guiney Patricia Hickey James Kestenbaum David Kirshblum Patricia LaFreniere Carole Levy Israella Mayeri Dorothy McCarrick Michael Milsap Robert Mulroy Nicholas Palos Thomas Quinones Kemp Reaves Robert F. X. Ross Linda Safron Nancy Samotin Eileen Schnabel Elizabeth Shamahs Debra Stein Matthew Troy David Victor James Weigert Cheryl Weir-Reeves

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Jan. 29, 2004 Dec. 31, 2005 Aug. 7, 2004 Dec. 7, 2004 Jan. 30, 2005 May 17, 2005 Mar. 16, 2004 Dec. 18, 2003 Apr. 2, 2004 Oct. 31, 2003 Oct. 31, 2003 Apr. 8, 2004 Sep. 9, 2005 Mar. 19, 2004 Jan. 8, 2004 May 17, 2005 May 17, 2005 Jan. 17, 2003 Sep. 9, 2005 Jun. 12, 2005 Nov. 13, 2003 Jun. 26, 2005 Jan. 8, 2004 Sep. 6, 2005 Oct. 31, 2005 Jul. 15, 2003 Mar. 31, 2003 Dec. 24, 2004 Aug. 6, 2004 May 17, 2005 Oct. 31, 2003 Nov. 1, 2003 Apr. 8, 2005

COURTS STATE

SURROGATE'S COURT

Surrogates are elected for a term of 14 years by the voters of the county, and may serve until Dec. 31 of the year in which they become 70. All courts open at 9 a.m. New York County 31 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-8233 Eve Preminger, Surrogate. Salary $113,000. Term expires Dec. 31, 2004 (212) 374-4500 Renee R. Roth, Surrogate. Salary $113,000. Term expires Dec. 31, 2008* (212) 374-8280 Chief Clerk (212) 374-8236 Deputy Chief Clerk (212) 374-8236

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Bronx County 851 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 590-4515 Lee L. Holzman, Surrogate. Salary $136, 700. Term expires Dec. 31, 2012. Chief Clerk--Michael L. Prisco Deputy Chief Clerk--Earnestine Glover Kings County 2 Johnson Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 643-5262 Michael H. Feinberg, Surrogate. Term expires Dec. 31, 2010. Chief Clerk--Stephen F. Chepiga (718) 643-7098 Deputy Chief Clerk--Mary Egan Dunbar (718) 643-5870 Principal/Chief Court Attorney--Leo D. Beitner (718) 643-5205 Queens County 88-11 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11435 (718) 520-3116 Robert L. Nahman, Surrogate. Salary $136, 700. Term expires Dec. 31, 2005. Law Secretary--Leslie Purificacion (718) 520-3115 Chief Clerk--Alicemarie E. Rice (718) 520-3110 Deputy Chief Clerk--Vacant (718) 520-3109 Richmond County 18 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 390-5400 John A. Fusco, Surrogate. Salary $136,700. Term expires Dec. 31, 2007 (718) 390-5405 Chief Clerk--Ronald M. Cerrachio (718) 390-5403/4 Deputy Chief Clerk--James W. Dooley (718) 390-5400 Chief Court Attorney--Robert J. Renehan (718) 390-5406

UNITED STATES COURTS

Judges of all United States Courts are appointed by the President, with the consent of the Senate. Permanent tenure of office, except that of Judges in the Territories (except Puerto Rico) are appointed for terms of ten years. No constitutional age limit. They are removable only by impeachment by the House of Representatives after trial and conviction of a two-thirds vote of , the U.S. Senate.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

U.S. Supreme Court Bldg., Washington, DC 20543 (202) 479-3000 www.supremecourtus.gov The Supreme Court of the United States is the highest Court in the United States.

Judicial Conference of U.S.

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The Court holds one term annually, commencing on the first Monday in October. Composed of a Chief Justice of the United States and eight Associate Justices appointed by the President, with Senate advice and consent. Salaries: Chief Justice, $171,500; Associate Justices, $164,100.

Justices William H. Rehnquist, of Wisconsin Chief Justice of the United States John PauI Stevens, of lllinois Sandra Day O'Connor, of Texas Antonin Scalia, of New Jersey Anthony M. Kennedy, of California David H. Souter, of Massachusetts Clarence Thomas, of Georgia Ruth Bader Ginsburg, of New York Stephen G. Breyer, of California

Clerk--William K. Suter Librarian--Shelley Dowling Reporter of Decisions--Frank D. Wagner Marshal--Pamela Talkin

Appointed 1986

1975 1981 1986 1988 1990 1991 1993 1994

COURTS STATE

COURT OF THE TRIAL OF IMPEACHMENTS

The Senate has the sole power to try impeachments. When the President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice of the United States presides. Conviction requires concurrence of two thirds of the members present.

JUDICIAL CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED STATES

Office of Judicial Conference Executive Secretariat Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Bldg., One Columbus Circle, N.E., Washington, DC 20544 (202) 502-2400 Meetings must be held at least once a year but historically have been held both in March and September. Composed of the Chief Justice of the United States, as Presiding Officer, the Chief Judges of the thirteen judicial circuits, the Chief Judge of the Court of International Trade, and a District Judge from each judicial circuit (except the Federal Circuit) elected by the Circuit and District Judges of the Circuit to serve for three to five years. Administrative Office of the United States Courts Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Bldg., One Columbus Circle, N.E., Washington, DC 20544 (202) 273-3000 The Director is the administrative officer of the United States Courts (except the Supreme Court).

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Director--Leonidas Ralph Mecham Federal Judicial Center Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Bldg., One Columbus Circle, N.E., Washington, DC 20005 (202) 502-4160 The Center furthers research and development of improved judicial administration in the courts and conducts the training activities of the Judiciary. Director--Judge Fern M. Smith Deputy Director--Russell R. Wheeler

U.S. COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE 2 nd CIRCUIT

U.S. Courthouse, 40 Foley Square, New York, NY 10007 (The Second Judicial Circuit consists of all federal courts within the states of Connecticut, New York and Vermont) Composed of thirteen judges appointed by the President, with consent of the Senate. There is one term of Court each year that usually begins on the last Monday in August. All regular sessions are held in New York City.

Circuit Justice Appointed Ruth Bader Ginsburg, U.S. Supreme Court Bldg., Washington, DC 20543 1994 Circuit Judges John M. Walker, Jr., Chief Judge José A. Cabranes Guido Calabresi *Richard J. Cardamone *Wilfred Feinberg Dennis Jacobs Robert A. Katzmann Amalya L. Kearse Pierre N. Leval *Joseph M. McLaughlin *Thomas J. Meskill *Roger J. Miner *Jon O. Newman *James L. Oakes Barrington D. Parker, Jr. Fred I. Parker Rosemary S. Pooler Reena Raggi Robert D. Sack Sonia Sotomayor Chester J. Straub Appointed 1989 1994 1994 1981 1966 1992 1999 1979 1993 1990 1975 1985 1979 1971 2001 1994 1998 2002 1998 1998 1998

U.S. District Court-Southern

*Ellswort A. Van Graafeiland *Ralph K. Winter

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1975 1982

*Retired from regular active service, but sitting pursuant to designation as a Senior Judge by the Chief Judge of the Court.

CIRCUIT EXECUTIVE'S OFFICE Circuit Executive--Karen G. Milton (212) 857-8700 Deputy Circuit Executive--John Coffey Assistant Circuit Executive for Information Systems--Joel Turner Assistant Circuit Executive for Public Affairs--Stephen Young Assistant Circuit Executive for Space and Facilities--Scott Teman OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF COURT Clerk of Court--Roseann B. MacKechnie (212) 857-8500 Chief Deputy Clerk--Fernando Galindo Operations Division Manager--Lucille M. Carr Records Divisions Manager--Helena Harris

COURTS STATE

U.S. DISTRICT COURT

SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK U.S. Court House 500 Pearl St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 805-0136 40 Centre St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 805-0136 300 Quarropas St., White Plains, NY 10601 (914) 390-4100 Embraces the Counties of Bronx, New York, Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, and Westchester. Composed of 28 judges appointed by the President, with consent of the Senate. Each District Judge must reside in the district for which he or she is appointed. Salary $136,700.

District Judges *Thomas P. Griesa, Charles L. Brieant (White Plains) *Milton Pollack *Whitman Knapp *William C. Conner (White Plains) *Robert L. Carter *Robert J. Ward *Kevin Thomas Duffy *Richard Owen *Charles S. Haight, Jr. *Robert W. Sweet *Leonard B. Sand John E. Sprizzo *Shirley WohI Kram

Appointed 1972 1971 1967 1972 1973 1972 1972 1972 1973 1976 1978 1978 1981 1983

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1983 1984 1985 1986 1988 1988 1988 1990 1990 1992 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1995 1996 1996 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000

*John F. Keenan *Peter K. Leisure *Louis L. Stanton *Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum Michael B. Mukasey (Chief Judge) Kimba M. Wood *Robert P. Patterson, Jr. John S. Martin, Jr. Lawrence M. McKenna Loretta A. Preska Allen G. Schwartz Harold Baer, Jr. Deborah A. Batts Denny Chin Denise Cote Lewis A. Kaplan John G. Koeltl Shira A. Scheindlin Sidney H. Stein Barbara S. Jones Jed S. Rakoff Richard C. Casey Alvin K. Hellerstein Richard M. Berman Colleen McMahon (White Plains) William H. Pauley, III Naomi Rice Buchwald Victor Marrero George B. Daniels Gerard Lynch Laura Taylor Swain Constance Baker Motley

*Sitting pursuant to designation as a Senior Judge by the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals. Judges assigned to Foley Square unless indicated otherwise in parantheses.

District Court Executive--Clifford P. Kirsch (212) 805-0500 Clerk of the Court--J. Michael McMahon United States Magistrates Foley Square, New York, NY 10007 Michael H. Dolinger (212) 805-0204 Douglas F. Eaton (212) 805-6175 Ronald L. Ellis, Chief Magistrate Judge (212) 805-0242 Kevin N. Fox (212) 805-6705 Mark D. Fox (White Plains) (914) 390-4124 James C. Francis, IV (212) 805-0206 Debra C. Freeman (212) 805-4250 Martin R. Goldberg

U.S. District Court-Eastern

Gabriel W. Gorenstein (212) 805-4260 Theodore H. Katz, (212) 805-0218 Frank Maas (212) 805-6727 Andrew J. Peck (212) 805-0036 Henry B. Pitman (212) 805-6105 Lisa M. Smith (White Plains) (914) 390-4130 George A. Yanthis (White Plains) (914) 390-4088 Probation Department Chief Probation Officer--Chris J. Stanton (212) 805-0040 Pre-Trial Services Agency Chief Pretrial Services Officer--Dennis Spitzer (212) 805-0015 Bankruptcy Judges U.S. Custom House, One Bowling Green, New York, NY 10004-1408 (212) 668-2870 Stuart Bernstein, Chief Bankruptcy Judge (212) 668-2304 Prudence Beatty (212) 668-5637 Cornelius Blackshear (212) 668-5632 Robert D. Drain (212) 668-2301 Robert E. Gerber (212) 668-5660 Arthur Gonzalez (212) 668-2894 Allan Gropper (212) 668-5629 Adlai S. Hardin (White Plains) (914) 390-4155 Burton R. Lifland (212) 668-5663 Ceclia G. Morris (Poughkeepsie) (845) 452-4200 Clerk, Bankruptcy Court--Kathleen Farrell (212) 668-2870 Naturalization Division 500 Pearl St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 637-0136

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EASTERN DISTRICT U.S. Court House (B) 225 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 260-2600 U.S. Court House 100 Federal Plaza, Central Islip, NY 11722 (631) 712-6000 Embraces the Counties of Kings, Queens, Nassau, Suffolk and Richmond. Composed of Judges appointed by the President, with consent of the Senate. Each District Judge must reside in the district for which he is appointed. Salary $133,600.

District Judge Edward R. Korman (B) (Chief Judge)

Appointed 1985

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1990 1994 1986 2000 1994 1991 1991 1994 1994 1989 1994

Carol Bagley Amon (B) Frederic Block (B) Raymond J. Dearie (B) Nicholas G. Garaufis (B) Nina Gershon (B) John Gleeson (B) Denis R. Hurley (CI) Sterling Johnson, Jr. (B) Allyne R. Ross (B) Joanna Seybert (CI) Arthur D. Spatt (CI) David G. Trager (B)

(B) Brooklyn (CI) Central Islip

Jacob Mishler (CI) I. Leo Glasser (B) Thomas C. Platt (CI)

Senior Judges Charles P. Sifton (B) Jack B. Weinstein (B) Leonard D. Wexler (CI)

District Executive--James E. Ward Clerk of Court--Robert C. Heinemann Chief Deputy Clerk--James Giokas United States Magistrate Judges Joan M. Azrack, Chief Magistrate (B) (718) 260-2530 Lois Bloom (B) (718) 260-4590 E. Thomas Boyle (CI) (631) 712-5710 A. Simon Chrein (B) (718) 260-2500 Marilyn Dolan Go (B) (718) 260-2550 Steven M. Gold (B) (718) 260-2560 Robert M. Levy (B) (718) 260-2340 Arlene R. Lindsay (CI) (631) 712-5730 Roanne L. Mann (B) (718) 260-2350 Michael L. Orenstein (CI) (631) 712-5700 Viktor V. Pohorelsky (B) (718) 260-2400 Cheryl L. Pollak (B) (718) 260-2360 William D. Wall (CI) (631) 712-5700 Probation Department U.S. Court House 75 Clinton St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 254-7335 Chief Probation Officer--James M. Fox Pretrial Services U.S. District Court, Eastern Dist. of New York 225 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn, New York, NY 11201

U.S. Court of International Trade

(718) 260-2274 Chief Pretrial Services Officer--Cynthia Lawyer Bankruptcy Judges (Kings, Queens, Nassau, Suffolk and Richmond Counties) Long Island Federal Courthouse Central Islip, NY 11722 (631) 712-6000 Stan Bernstein MelanieL. Cyganowski Dorothy Eisenberg

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75 Clinton St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 330-2188 Conrad B. Duberstein, Chief Judge Carla E. Craig Jerome Feller Dennis E. Milton Clerk of Court--Joseph P. Hurley

STATE

UNITED STATES COURT OF FEDERAL CLAIMS

National Courts Building 717 Madison PI., N.W., Washington, DC 20005 (202) 219-9657 Chief Judge--Edward J. Damich

Judges

Lawrence M. Baskir Bohdan A. Futey Diane Gilbert Sypolt Lynn J. Bush Emily C. Hewitt Christine Odell Cook Robert H. Hodges, Jr. Francis M. Allegra Nancy B. Firestone Lawrence J. Block

Senior Judges

Thomas J. Lydon Robert J. Yock Reginald Gibson Moody R. Tidwell, III Marian Blank Horn Wilkes C. Robinson John Paul Wiese James F. Merow Lawrence S. Margolis Loren A. Smith Eric G. Bruggink Kenneth R. Hawkins

Special Masters Gary J. Golkiewicz, Chief Richard B. Abell John F. Edwards E. Lavon French George L. Hastings Laura D. Millman

US COURT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE

1 Federal Plaza, New York, NY 10278-0001 (212) 264-2800

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Composed of nine judges appointed by the President, with the consent of the Senate, one of whom shall serve as Chief Judge in accordance with 28 U.S.C. 258. Not more than five of the Judges shall be of the same political party. Salary $150,000.

Judges Gregory W. Carman of New York, Chief Judge Jane A. Restani of Virginia Thomas J. Aquilino, Jr. of New York Donald C. Pogue of Connecticut Evan J. Wallach of Nevada Judith M. Barzilay of New Jersey Delissa A. Ridgway of Washington, DC Richard K. Eaton of Washington, DC Senior Judges Nicholas Tsoucalas of New York R. Kenton Musgrave of California Richard W. Goldberg of Virginia

Clerk--Leo M. Gordon

Appointed 1983 1983 1985 1995 1995 1998 1998 2000 Appointed 1986 1987 1991

UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT

Howard T. Markey Bldg., 717 Madison PI., N.W., Washington, DC 20439 (202) 633-6550 Composed of fifteen judges appointed by the President, with consent of the Senate. Salary $141, 700.

Judges Appointed Haldone Robert Mayer, of Virginia Chief Judge June 19, 1987 Pauline Newman of New York May 7, 1984 Paul R. Michel of Virginia Mar.8, 1988 Alan D. Lourie of District of Columbia Apr. 11, 1990 Raymond C. Clevenger, III of District of Columbia May 3, 1990 Randall R. Rader of Virginia August 14, 1990 Alvin A. Schall of Maryland August 19, 1992 William C. Bryson of Maryland Oct. 7, 1994 Arthur J. Gajarsa of Maryland Sept. 12, 1997 Richard Linn of New York January 1, 2000 Timothy B. Dyk June 9, 2000 Sharon Prost September 21, 2001 Senior Judges Wilson Cowen of Texas Byron G. Skelton of Texas Daniel M. Friedman of New York Glenn L. Archer, Jr. of Kansas S. Jay Plager of New Jersey Appointed July 14,1964 Nov. 9, 1966 May 24, 1978 Dec. 23, 1985 Nov. 30, 2000

U.S. Tax Court

Circuit Executive/Clerk of Court--Jan Horbaly

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UNITED STATES TAX COURT

400 Second St., N.W., Washington, DC 20217 Composed of nineteen Judges appointed by the President, with Senate consent. Terms fifteen years. Vacancies filled for unexpired terms. Salary $150,000.

Judges Thomas B. Wells of Georgia Chief Judge Renato Beghe of New York Carolyn P. Chiechi of Maryland Mary Ann Cohen of California John O. Colvin of Virginia Maurice B. Foley of California Joseph H. Gale of Virginia Joel Gerber of Virginia James S. Halpern of Washington, DC David Laro of Michigan L. Paige Marvel of Maryland Robert P. Ruwe of Virginia Stephen J. Swift of California Michael B. Thornton of Virginia Juan F. Vasquez of Texas Laurence J. Whalen of Oklahoma

Term Expires Oct. 9, 2016

COURTS STATE

March 25, 2006 Sept. 30, 2007 Nov. 6, 2012 Aug. 31, 2003 April 8, 2010 Feb. 5, 2011 Dec. 14, 2015 July 2, 2005 Nov.1, 2007 April 5, 2013 Nov. 19, 2002 Nov. 30 2015 March 7, 2013 April 30, 2010 Nov. 22, 2002

Senior Judges: Arthur L. Nims, Ill, Julian I. Jacobs, Howard A. Dawson, Jr., Herbert L. Chabot, Special Trial Judges of the Tax Court: Peter J. Panuthos, Chief, Daniel J. Dinan, John J. Pajak, Norman H. Wolfe, D. Irvin Couvillion, Stanley J. Goldberg, Carleton D. Powell, Robert N. Armen, Jr., Lewis R. Carluzzo, John F. Dean New York City Court Rooms Jacob K. Javits Federal Building 26 Federal Plaza, New York, NY 10278 Room 206--(212) 264-3494/3495 Room 208--(212) 264-0680/1504 Room 238--(212) 264-0849/2098 (Staffed only when the Court is sitting in New York.)

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STATE

NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT

ELECTED OFFICIALS

GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK GEORGE E. PATAKI Peekskill (R-C) LlEUTENANT GOVERNOR MARY O. DONOHUE Troy (R) COMPTROLLER

CITY STATE

ALAN G. HEVESI

New York City (D) ATTORNEY GENERAL ELIOT SPITZER New York City (D)

State Animal: State Beverage: State Bird: State Fish: State Flag: State Flower: State Fossil: State Fruit: State Gem: State Insect: State Motto: State Muffin: State Shell: State Tree: American Beaver (Ch. 797, Laws of 1975) Milk (Ch. 709, Laws of 1981) Bluebird (Ch. 824, Laws of 1970) Brook or Speckled Trout (Ch. 345, Laws of 1975) State coat of arms on blue field Rose (Ch. 507, Laws of 1955) Eurypterus Remipes (Ch. 279, Laws of 1984) Apple (Ch. 673, Laws of 1976) Garnet (Ch. 358, Laws of 1969) Ladybug (Ch. 626, Laws of 1989) Excelsior (Ever Upward) Apple Muffin (Ch. 756, Laws of 1987) Bay Scallops (Ch. 455, Laws of 1988) Sugar Maple (Ch. 462, Laws of 1956)

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Term 1777-1795 1795-1801 1801-1804 1804-1807 1807-1817 1817 1817-1822 1823-1824 1825-1828 1828 1829 1829-1832 1833-1838 1839-1844 1843-1844 1845-1846 1847-1848 1849-1850 1851-1852 1853-1854 1855-1856 1857-1858 1859-1862 1863-1864 1865-1868 1869-1872 1873-1874 1875-1876 1877-1879 1880-1882 1883-1885 1885-1891 1892-1894 1895-1896 1897-1898 1899-1900 1901-1904 1905-1906 1907-1910 1910 1911-1912 1913 1913-1914 1915-1918 1919-1920 1921-1922 1923-1928

GOVERNORS OF NEW YORK STATE Name Residence 1. George Clinton Ulster Co. 2. John Jay NY City 3. George Clinton Ulster Co. 4. Morgan Lewis Dutchess Co. 5. Daniel D. Tompkins Richmond Co. Albany John Tayler1 6. DeWitt Clinton NY City 7. Joseph C. Yates Schenectady 8. DeWitt Clinton NY City Sandy Hill Nathaniel Pitcher1 9. Martin Van Buren2 Kinderhook 10. Enos T. Throop Auburn 11. Wm. L. Marcy Troy 12. Wm. H. Seward Auburn 13. Wm. C. Bouck Fultonham 14. Silas Wright Canton 15. John Young Geneseo 16. Hamilton Fish NY City 17. Washington Hunt Lockport 18. Horatio Seymour Deerfield 19. Myron H. Clark Canandaigua 20. John A. King Queens Co. 21. Edwin D. Morgan NY City 22. Horatio Seymour Deerfield 23. Reuben E. Fenton Frewsburg 24. John T. Hoffman NY City 25. John A. Dix NY City 26. Samuel J. Tilden NY City 27. Lucius Robinson Elmira 28. Alonzo B. Cornell NY City Buffalo 29. Grover Cleveland3 30. David B. Hill Elmira 31. Roswell P. Flower NY City 32. Levi P. Morton Rhinecliff 33. Frank S. Black Troy 34. Theodore Roosevelt Oyster Bay 35. Benj. B. Odell, Jr. Newburgh 36. Frank W. Higgins Olean 37. Charles E. Hughes4 NY City 38. Horace White Syracuse 39. John A. Dix Thompson 40. William Sulzer5 NY City 41. Martin H. Glynn Albany 42. Charles S. Whitman NY City 43. Alfred E. Smith NY City 44. Nathan L. Miller Syracuse 45. Alfred E. Smith NY City

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46. Franklin D. Roosevelt 47. Herbert H. Lehman6 48. Charles Poletti 49. Thomas E. Dewey 50. W. Averell Harriman 51. Nelson A. Rockefeller7 52. Malcolm Wilson 53. Hugh L. Carey 54. Mario M. Cuomo 55. George E. Pataki

Lieut.-Gov., Act'g Governor Resigned March 12, 1829 3 Resigned Jan. 6, 1885 4 Resigned Oct. 6, 1910

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Hyde Park NY City NY City NY City Harriman Tarrytown Yonkers Brooklyn Queens Peekskill

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Removed Oct. 17, 1913 Resigned Dec. 3, 1942 7 Resigned Dec. 18, 1973

Vote for Governor and Lieutenant-Governor Election held November 5, 2002 Pataki McCall Golisano Pataki Cuomo and and and and and Donohue Mehiel Donohue Donohue King County (R.) (D.) (I.) (C.) (L.) New York 113199 182795 19743 4664 2446 Bronx 54442 116463 7893 4158 450 Kings 133167 209739 16787 8679 1045 Queens 144854 152452 21556 10745 1149 Richmond 54151 17170 7583 5505 324 Total NYC 499813 678619 73562 33751 5414 Outside NYC1585594 764912 580454 143097 10347 Total Vote 2085407 1443531 654016 176848 15761

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THE GOVERNOR

The Executive Chamber, Capitol, Albany, NY 12224 (518) 474-8390 NYC Office: 633 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10017 (212) 681-4580 George E. Pataki of Peekskill, NY (R-C), Governor, re-elected November 5, 2002 for a four year term. Salary $179,000, fixed by joint resolution of the Senate and Assembly adopted December 2, 1998 pursuant to Sec. 3, Art. IV of the NY Constitution. Secretary & Chief of Staff ­ John Cahill Counsel to the Governor ­ Richard Platkin Senior Policy Advisor to the Governor ­ Jeffrey Lovell Director of Communications ­ Lisa Dewald Stoll First Deputy Secretary to the Governor ­ William Howard Senior Deputy Secretary to the Governor for Health and

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Human Services ­ Robert Hinckley Deputy Secretary to the Governor for Administration and Operations ­ Eileen Long Chelales Deputy Secretary to the Governor for Appointments & Regional Affairs ­ Patrick McCarthy Deputy Secretary to the Governor for Education ­ Charles Williams Deputy Secretary to the Governor for Energy, Environment and Transportation ­ Charles Fox Deputy Secretary to the Governor for Finance, Insurance and Housing ­ Diana Taylor Director, Criminal Justice Services ­ Chauncey G. Parker Director, New York City Office ­ Ann McConnachie Executive Assistant to the Governor ­ Annie O'Sullivan Executive Assistant to the Governor ­ Amy Holden The Governor is the Chief Executive Officer of the State. He is also Commander-in-Chief of the Militia of the State which consists of the NY National Guard, NY Naval Militia and the NY Guard whenever organized. The Governor must be at least 30 years of age, a citizen of the United States, and "shall have been five years next preceding his election a resident of this state." The Governor delivers a message to the Legislature each year concerning the condition of the State and describing the Governor's initiatives for the year. The Governor submits an expenditure plan to the Legislature each year together with bills containing the proposed appropriations and reappropriations included in the budget. The Governor may grant reprieves, commutations and pardons for any offense except treason and cases of impeachment. The Governor is removable by majority vote of the Assembly, after trial and conviction by a two-thirds vote of the Court for the Trial of Impeachments. In case the person elected Governor shall die after his election but before having qualified and assumed the office of Governor, the person elected Lieutenant-Governor at the same election shall serve as Governor for the term for which the deceased Governor-elect was elected. In case of a vacancy in the office of Governor alone, the powers and duties of the office shall devolve upon the Lieutenant-Governor for the residue of the term. In case of a vacancy in both the offices of Governor and Lieutenant-Governor, both vacancies shall be filled for the remainder of the terms at the next general election happening not less than three months after the vacancy in the office of Governor occurs. The President Pro-Tempore of the Senate, or in his absence the Speaker of the Assembly, shall act as Governor until and including Dec. 31 of the year in which such election shall have been held.

Lieutenant Governor

NYS OFFICE OF FEDERAL AFFAIRS 444 N. Capitol Street, N.W. Suite 301, Washington, DC 20001 (202) 434-7100 Director ­ James Mazzarella

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Capitol, Albany, NY 12224 (518) 474-4623 NYC Office: 633 Third Avenue, 38th FI., New York, NY 10017 (212) 681-4532

Mary O. Donohue, Lieutenant Governor. Salary $151,000, fixed by joint resolution, of the Senate and Assembly adopted pursuant to Sec. 6, Art. IV of the NY State Constitution. Elected for a term of four years. Chosen jointly with the Governor, "by the casting by each voter of a single vote applicable to both offices." The salary of the Lieutenant Governor shall not be increased or diminished during the term for which he shall have been elected.

Chief of Staff and Press Secretary ­ Brian Vattimo Counsel ­ Matthew Smith Scheduling ­ Gail Pronti Director of Gov. Affairs ­ Grace Koh The Lieutenant Governor must have the same qualifications for office as the Governor and is President of the State Senate "but shall have only a casting vote therein." The Lieutenant Governor is removable by a majority vote of the Assembly, after trial and conviction by a two thirds vote of the Court for the Trial of Impeachments. In case the person elected Governor shall die after his election but before having qualified and assumed the Office of Governor, the person elected Lieutenant Governor at the same election shall serve as Governor for the term for which the deceased Governorelect was elected. In case of vacancy in the Office of Governor, "the powers and duties of the office shall devolve upon the Lieutenant Governor for the residue of the term." A vacancy in the office of Lieutenant Governor alone remains unfilled for the remainder of the term, the President Pro-Tempore of the Senate, performing all duties of the Lieutenant Governor during such vacancy. In case of a vacancy in both the offices of Governor and Lieutenant Governor both vacancies "shall be filled for the remainder of the terms at the next general election happening not less than three months after the vacancy in the office of Governor occurs." The President Pro-Tempore of the Senate "shall perform all duties of Lieutenant Governor and shall act as Governor" until and including December 31 of the year in which such election shall have been made.

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OFFICE FOR THE AGING

2 Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12223 (518) 474-5731 Fax: (518) 474-0608 Toll-free Hot Line 1-800-342-9871 (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.) HIICAP-Health Insurance Information, Counseling & Assistance Hotline (Toll-Free) 1-800-333-4114 www.aging.state.ny.us Administers state programs such as: Community Services for the Elderly (CSE), Expanded In-Home Services for the Elderly Program (EISEP), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Supplemental Security Income Outreach Program (SSI), Caregiver's Program. Federally Funded Programs, under the Older Americans Act: Supportive Services, Congregate and Home Delivered Meals, Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), Long Term Care Ombudsman Program, Legal Assistance. Publications: Free Upon Request. Director ­ Patricia P. Pine, Ph.D. Executive Deputy Director ­ Neal Lane

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS

1 Winners Circle, Albany, NY 12235 (800) 554-4501 Nathan L. Rudgers, Commissioner. Appointed by the Governor with the consent of the Senate. First Deputy Commissioner ­ Ruth Moore New York City Office 55 Hanson Pace, Brooklyn, NY 11217-1583 Food Safety & Inspection Services ­ Richard Olson, Chief Inspector (718) 722-2877 Kosher Law Enforcement ­ Luzer Weiss, Director (718) 722-2852 Food Complaints (718) 722-2877 Agricultural Protection and Development ­ Robert A. Lewis, Chief Marketing Representative (718) 722-2830 Kosher Marketing ­ Felise Gross, Director (718) 722-2834

DIVISION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL/NYS LIQUOR AUTHORITY

84 Holland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208 (518) 486-4767 Fax: (518) 402-4015 The head of the division is the State Liquor Authority composed of three Commissioners appointed by the Governor with consent

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of the Senate. Not more than two members shall be of the same political party. Term three years and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Chair designated by Governor. Salaries: Chair, $120,800; members, $90,800. Governmental agency of the State of New York responsible for issuing all licenses and permits for the manufacture, whole- sale distribution and retail sale of all alcoholic beverages. The Authority also monitors compliance with the provisions of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.

Commissioners of the State Liquor Authority Edward F. Kelly, Commissioner, Chairman Lawrence J. Gedda, Commissioner Joseph Zarriello, Commissioner Public Information Officer ­ J. Mark Anderson (Interim) (518) 486-4767 Administrative Officer ­ J. Mark Anderson (518) 474-0810 Special Assistant ­ Kerri O'Brien (518) 486-5440

NEW YORK CITY OFFICE 11 Park Place, New York, NY 10007 (212) 417-4002 Counsel ­ Thomas McKeon (212) 417-4147 Secretary ­ Vacant (212) 417-4202

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OFFICE OF ALCOHOLISM AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

1450 Western Ave., Albany, NY 12203 (518) 473-3460 NYC Office: 501 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10018-5903 (646) 728-4534 www.oasas.state.ny.us Authorized to develop and coordinate a Statewide program of alcoholism and substance abuse education, prevention, treatment and research. Commissioner appointed by the Governor with Senate consent. Commissioner ­ Robert Bruno (518) 457-2061 Counsel - Vacant (518) 485-2312 Executive Deputy Commissioner ­ Vacant (518) 457-1758 Associate Commissioners: Program Operations ­ James P. O'Hanlon (518) 485-6022 Standards and Quality Assurance ­ Neil C. Grogin (518) 485-2257 Health and Planning Services, Assoc. Commissioner ­ Vacant (518) 457-2062 Administration ­ Stephen L. Richman (518) 457-5312 Director of Communications & Community Relations ­ Gwenn B. Lee (518) 485-1768

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NEW YORK STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS

175 Varick Street, New York, NY 10014-4604 (212) 627-4455 Fax: (212) 620-5911 TDD: (800) 895-9838 www.nysca.org A State agency providing support for activities of non-profit arts and cultural organizations throughout New York State. Funds are appropriated by the State Legislature. Consists of twenty Council Members, broadly representative of all fields of the performing and fine arts, appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate. The chairperson and vice chairperson are designated by the Governor from the membership of the Council. Council members serve with full voting and policy making privileges until they are re-appointed or replaced, even if their terms have expired. No salary.

Members of the Council Richard J. Schwartz, Chairman, New York City Kitty Carlisle Hart, Chairman Emeritus, New York City Debra R. Black, Vice-Chairman, New York City Charles C. Bergman, New York City Mary B. Buchan, Rochester Donald A. Capoccia, New York City Logan D. Delany, Jr., Irvington Noreen R. Falcone, Skaneateles Lawrence Herbert, New York City Ruth W. Houghton, New York City Karen LeFrak, New York City Susana Leval, New York City Betty Levin, New York City Gerald L. Lippes, Buffalo Linda Mondello, Oyster Bay Cove David A. A. Ridings, Syracuse Judith O. Rubin, New York City Laurie Tisch Sussman, New York City Oscar L. Tang, New York City

Executive Director ­ Nicolette B. Clarke (212) 627-8686 Deputy Director ­ AI Berr, Jack Lindahl, Debby Silverfine

BANKING DEPARTMENT

One State Street, New York, NY 10004-1417 (212) 709-5470 5 Empire State Plaza-Suite 2310, Albany, NY 12223 (518) 473-6160 www.banking.state.ny.us Elizabeth McCaul, Superintendent of Banks. The Superintendent is also Chair of the Banking Board.

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First Deputy Superintendent ­ Daniel Muccia Deputy Superintendent and Counsel ­ Sara Kelsey, Esq. Secretary to the Banking Board ­ Christine Tomczak, Esq. Public Information Director ­ Bethany Blankley (212) 618-6620 Banking Board Composed of the Superintendent of Banks as Chair, ex officio, and 16 members appointed by the Governor, with Senate consent. Terms are three years. Eight members must have banking experience; eight are public members. Members receive no salary. Members serve until a successor is appointed and has qualified.

CITY STATE

Member Term Expires March 1 Santa Albicocco, Esq. ...................................................... 2004* Clifford Miller .................................................................... 2003 Wesley Chen, Esq. .......................................................... 2001* Mallory Factor .................................................................. 2004 E. Peter Forrestel, II ......................................................... 2004 Jeffrey Hwang .................................................................. 2004 Frederick N. Antalek, Sr. .................................................. 2005 Thomas E. Hales ............................................................. 2005 Alan Shamoon ................................................................. 2003 Erland E. Kailbourne ........................................................ 2005 David C. Mancuso ............................................................ 2002 Thomas G. Siciliano, Esq. ................................................ 2004* George J. Vojta ................................................................ 2003 Jens Westrick .................................................................. 2004

* Pending reappointment

HUGH L. CAREY BATTERY PARK CITY AUTHORITY

1 World Financial Center, New York, NY 10281 (212) 417-2000 Fax: (212) 417-2001 Composed of three members appointed by the Governor, with Senate consent. Terms six years. Vacancies filled for unexpired terms. Members continue to serve until a successor is appointed and has qualified, or reappointment is made. Members receive reimbursement of expenses as members. Chair elected from among Authority membership.

Members Term Expires James F. Gill, Chairman .................................... Dec. 31, 2002 Charles J. Urstadt, Vice Chairman ..................... Dec. 31, 2004 David B. Cornstein ............................................. Dec. 31, 2004

President & C.E.O. ­ Timothy S. Carey (212) 417-4205 Vice President Community Relations ­ Letitia Remauro (212) 417-2276 Fax: (212) 417-2279

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DIVISION OF THE BUDGET

Capitol, Albany, NY 12224 (518) 474-2300 www.budget.state.ny.us Carole E. Stone, Director of the Budget. Serves at the pleasure of the Governor. Salary $161,949. First Deputy Director ­ John F. Cape Deputy Director ­ Ronald Rock Deputy Director ­ Alden B. Kaplan Director of Communications ­ Kevin Quinn

NYS OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES

52 Washington Street, Rensselaer, NY 12144 (518) 473-7793 Fax: (518) 486-7550 NYC Office: Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., State Office Building, 163 West 125th St., 14th FI., New York, NY 10027 (212) 961-4121 NYC Regional Office: 80 Maiden Lane, 5th Flr, New York, NY 10038 (212) 383-1788 www.ocfs.state.ny.us The agency has wide-ranging responsibilities for the provision of services to children, youth, families and vulnerable adults. The Office is responsible for programs and services involving, foster care, adoption and adoption assistance, child protective services including operating the State Central Register for Child Abuse and Maltreatment, preventive services for children and families, services for pregnant adolescents, child care and referral programs, and protective programs for vulnerable adults. OCFS is also responsible for the functions performed by the State Commission for the Blind and Visually Handicapped. Additionally, the agency operates 42 juvenile residential facilities for youth remanded to the agency's custody and care by the family and criminal courts. It coordinates state government's response to the needs of Native Americans on reservations and in communities, throughout the state and is responsible for the licensing and certification of locally operated and not-for-profit residential facilities, foster care and adoption agencies, and day care providers. (In New York City day care centers are under the auspices of the NYC Department of Health). John A. Johnson ­ Commissioner Executive Deputy Commissioner ­ Roger Biagi Deputy Commissioner for Public Affairs ­ Sandra A. Brown Deputy Commissioner, Division of Administration ­ Acting Deputy Commissioner, Susan Costello Deputy Commissioner, Rehabilitative Services ­ Vacant Deputy Commissioner & General Counsel ­ Gail H. Gordon Director, Office of Strategic Planning and Policy Development ­ William F. Baccaglini

Civil Service, Department of

Assistant Commissioner, Office of Youth Development ­ Sally A. Herrick Deputy Commission, Division of Development and Prevention Services ­ Larry Brown REHABILATATIVE SERVICES Limited Secure Centers Ella McQueen Residential Center-Brooklyn, NY Non-Secure Centers Bronx Residential Center-Bronx, NY Brooklyn Residential Center-Brooklyn, NY Staten Island Residential Center-Staten Island, NY

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Group Homes Brooklyn Residential Center Satellite Home ­ Brooklyn, NY Staten Island Satellite Home-Staten Island, NY

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Day Treatment Programs Bronx Evening Reporting Centers-Bronx, NY Brooklyn Evening Reporting Center-Brooklyn, NY Sgt. H. Johnson City Challenge-Brooklyn, NY Intake Services Pyramid Reception Center -Bronx, NY Downstate Facility Coordinator ­ Ruth Noriega Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building -NY, NY Bureau of Juvenile Aftercare Services Downstate Area Manager ­ Cheryl Collins Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building -NY, NY Family Advocacy Bureau ­ Gregory Owens, Director Brooklyn, Staten Island, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens/L.I.

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE

W. Averell Harriman New York State Office Building Campus, Bldg. #1, Albany, NY 12239 (518) 457-2487 www.cs.state.ny.us The New York State Department of Civil Service is the central personnel agency for the Executive Branch of State government, responsible for administering the State Civil Service Law and enforcing Section 6, Article V of the State Constitution. The Department also provides technical services to improve the administration of the State's municipal civil service agencies (excluding New York City) and administers health, dental, accident and life insurance programs covering State employees and

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retirees, as well as some local government employees. Also provided by the Department are on-the-job health programs, such as nursing services, medical examinations, wellness promotion programs and occupational health services. Commissioner ­ George C. Sinnott Executive Deputy Commissioner ­ Daniel E. Wall Deputy Commissioner ­ Vacant Principal Attorney ­ Patricia Hite Affirmative Action Officer ­ Michele Massiano Director of Civil Service Operations ­ Paul D. Kaiser Classification and Compensation Division Director ­ Nicholas Vagianelis Diversity Planning and Management Division Director ­ Edward Mercado Employee Benefits Division Director ­ Robert DuBois Employee Health Service Division ­ Maria C. Steinbach Information Resource Management Division Director ­ Richard Barre Internal Audit Director ­ Regina M. DuBois Municipal Service Division Director ­ Ray Greene Planning Division Director ­ Frank Santora Public Information Director ­ Mark E. Carey Staffing Services Division Director ­ William Doyle Testing Services Division Director ­ Willard Merwin Workforce and Occupational Planning Director ­ Nancy B. Kiyonaga

NYS Civil Service Commission

W. Averell Harriman New York State Office Building Campus, Bldg. #1, Albany, NY 12239 (518) 457-2487 The New York State Civil Service Commission consists of three Commissioners appointed to six year terms by the Governor, with Senate consent. Not more than two Commissioners may be from the same political party. The Governor designates a Commission member as President who serves at the pleasure of the Governor and who is also the head of the Department of Civil Service. Salaries: President, $120,800; Commissioners, $90,800.

Members Term Expires George C. Sinnott, Albany (R) President ............. Feb 1, 2009 Leo J. Kesselring, Rochester (C) Commissioner Feb 1, 2005 Margaret Dadd, Attica (R) Commissioner ............ Feb 1, 2007

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE FOR COMMUNITY AFFAIRS

633 Third Ave., 38th Flr., New York, NY 10017 (212) 681-4580 Director Office of Community Affairs ­ Herbert E. Berman

Comptroller, Office of the

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OFFICE OF THE STATE COMPTROLLER

110 State Street, Albany, NY 12236 (518) 474-4040 NYC Office: 633 Third Ave., 31st Floor, New York, NY 10017 (212) 681-4489 www.osc.state.ny.us Alan G. Hevesi of New York City, State Comptroller (D). Salary $151,500 fixed by Sec. 40 of the Executive Law. Elected November 2002 . The Comptroller is the Chief Fiscal Officer of the State, fiscal monitor of New York City and member of the Financial Control Board. He is also the State Auditor of City agencies and public authorities; all other State municipalities, agencies and public authorities and also provides legal advice to local governments on fiscal matters. The Comptroller manages the State's accounting and financial reporting systems, pays its bills, and, as sole trustee, manages and invests the assets of the State and local government pension systems. Chief of Staff ­ Jack Chartier First Deputy Comptroller ­ Thomas Sanzillo Executive Deputy Comptroller ­ Diana Jones Ritter Deputy Comptrollers: Administration ­ Harris Lirtzman (Acting) State Services ­ Lynn Canton Intergovernmental Affairs and Community Relations ­ Myrna Santiago Payroll and Revenue Services ­ Margaret Sherman Pensions, Investments & Cash Mgmt ­ Jacques Jiha Local Government Services and Economic Development ­ Anthony Nanula State & Local Gov't Retirement Systems ­ Laura Anglin Counsel to the Comptroller ­ Alan Lebowitz Deputy State Comptroller for New York City ­ John White (pending confirmation) (212) 383-3900 Communications Director ­ David Neustadt (518) 474-4015 Assistant Comptroller,Budget and Policy Analysis­ Valerie Grey Chief of Investigations ­ Robert Brackman NYS AND LOCAL EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEMS NYS Police and Fire Retirement Systems 110 State Street, Albany, NY 12236 (518) 474-2600 Trustee ­ Alan G. Hevesi, State Comptroller Deputy Comptroller ­ Laura Anglin

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NYS Social Security Agency Gov. A. E. Smith State Office Bldg., Albany, NY 12236 (518) 474-2140 Director ­ Kathleen Nowak

NYS CONSUMER PROTECTION BOARD

5 Empire State Plaza, Suite 2101, Albany, NY 12223-1556 1-800-697-1220 Fax: (518) 474-2474 www.consumer.state.ny.us The Consumer Protection Board is empowered to conduct investigations; receive and refer consumer complaints; intervene in proceedings before the Public Service Commission, as well as other state, local and federal agencies; recommend new laws and amendments for consumer protection; coordinate the activities of all State agencies performing consumer protection programs; initiate and encourage consumer protection programs; conduct statewide outreach activities; investigate and survey important consumer issues; and distribute publications on a variety of issues of concern to New York consumers. Chairperson and Executive Director ­ May M. Chao Executive Deputy Director ­ Corinne Biviano General Counsel ­ James F. Warden, Jr. Director, Office of Strategic Programs & Utility Intervention ­ Douglas Elfner Director, Office of Consumer Services ­ Cyndee D. Berlin Director, Marketing and Public Relations ­ Jon Sorensen

NY CONVENTION CENTER OPERATING CORPORATION

655 W. 34th St., New York, NY 10001 (212) 216-2000 Fax: (212) 216-2588 www.javitscenter.com The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center of New York, containing 814,400 sq. ft. of exhibition space, is operated by a New York State public benefit corporation. The Center has been developed to generate economic and social benefits to New York City and New York State, while providing sufficient income for the Center to fund its operating cost. Gerald T. McQueen, President and Chief Executive Officer, (212) 216-2130 Vice President, Finance and Administration ­ Edward MacDonald, (212) 216-2369 Vice President, Operations ­ Myles T. McGrane (212) 216-2211

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Vice President and General Counsel ­ Elizabeth Bradford (212) 216-2125 Vice President, Facilities ­ William W. Gruffi (212) 216-2113

STATE COMMISSION OF CORRECTION

4 Tower Place, Albany, NY 12203-3764 (518) 485-2346 Fax: (518) 485-2467 www.scoc.state.ny.us The New York State Commission of Correction, by legislative mandate, is empowered to oversee and regulate state prisons, county jails and local police departments including facilities within the City of New York, more than 400 facilities in all. The specific power and duties of the Commission are delineated in Article 3 of the New York State Correction Law and include promulgating minimum safety, sanitation and management standards and advising the Governor on standard compliance. The Commission inspects correctional facilities, reviews health care delivery systems, and investigates grievances, complaints, reportable incidents and inmate deaths. The Commission consists of three members appointed by the Governor, with consent of the Senate. Chairman/Commissioner ­ Alan J. Croce Commissioner Chair, Medical Review Board (MRB) ­ Frederick Lamy Commissioner Chair, Citizens' Policy & Complaint Review Council (CPCRC) ­ Daniel B. Reardon Counsel ­ Michael Donegan Public Information Officer ­ Scott Steinhardt

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DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

Building #2, 1220 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12226 (518) 457-8126 www.docs.state.ny.us Family Visiting Program: Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. State Office Bldg., 163 West 125th St., New York, NY 10027 (212) 961-4027 Glenn S. Goord, Commissioner Deputy Commissioners ­ Lucien Leclaire, John Nutall (Acting), Anthony J. Annucci, Charles M. Devane, Stephen Bernardi, Lester Wright Executive Deputy Commissioner ­ John Patterson Public Information Office, Director ­ Jim Flateau (518) 457-8182

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Correctional Facilities in New York City Arthur Kill, 2911 Arthur Kill Rd., Staten Island, NY 10309 (718) 356-7333 Dennis Breslin, Supt. Bayview, 550 West 20th St., New York, NY 10011 (212) 255-7590 Roberta Coward, Supt. Edgecombe, 611 Edgecombe Ave., New York, NY 10032 (212) 923-2575 Susan Schultz, Supt. Fulton, 1511 Fulton Ave., Bronx, NY 10457 (718) 583-8000 Eduardo Nieves, Supt. Lincoln, 31-33 W.110th St., New York, NY 10026 (212) 860-9400 Joseph Williams, Supt. Queensboro, 47-04 Van Dam St., Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 361-8920 Robert Ebert, Supt.

CRIME VICTIMS BOARD

845 Central Ave., Albany, NY 12206 (518) 457-8727 Fax: (518) 457-8658 NYC Office: 55 Hanson Pl., Rm. 1000, Brooklyn NY (718) 923-4325 Buffalo Office: 65 Court Street, Buffalo, NY 14202 (716) 847-7992 Toll-free number 1-800-247-8035: (Victims/Claimants only) www.cvb.state.ny.us Composed of five members appointed by the Governor, with Senate consent. No more than three members belong to the same political party. Three members have been admitted to practice law in this State not less than five years preceding appointment. Appointments shall be for seven years. One member designated by the Governor as Chair, removable at his pleasure. Vacancies filled for un-expired terms. Salaries: Chair $101,600; members, $90,800. Term Expires Board Members Feb. 28 Joan A. Cusack, Chair .................................................... 2006 Christina Hernandez ....................................................... 2008 Charles F. Marotta .......................................................... 2002 Jacqueline C. Mattina ..................................................... 2005 Benedict J. Monachino .................................................... 2007

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES

4 Tower Place, Albany, NY 12203-3764 www.criminaljustice.state.ny.us Chauncey G. Parker, Commissioner and Director of Criminal Justice (518) 457-1260 Deputy Director of Criminal Justice ­ Roger Jefferies (518) 485-0856 Exec. Deputy Commissioner ­ Edward R. Hallman (518) 457-6091

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Deputy Commissioners: Office of Public Safety ­ James DeLapp (518) 457-6101 Office of Justice System Analysis ­ Edward R. Hallman (518) 457-6091 Office of Administration ­ Gerard A. Murphy (518) 457-6086 Office of Systems & Operations ­ Daniel A. Foro (518) 485-2995 Office of Funding and Program Assistance ­ Edward R. Hallman (518) 457-6091 Office of Legal Services & Counsel ­ Kenneth J. Connolly (518) 457-4181

DORMITORY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF NY

515 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207-2964 (518) 257-3000 NYC Office: One Penn Plaza, 52nd FI., New York, NY 10119 (212) 273-5000 www.dasny.org A public benefit corporation authorized to finance, design, construct, equip, purchase, renovate or rehabilitate facilities for use by public and independent higher education institutions, nonprofit health care providers, municipal court facilities, certain nonprofit organizations and certain State and local agencies. The Authority offers its services to municipalities to finance, construct or rehabilitate judicial facilities in conjunction with the State Office of Court Administration's Court Facilities Program. Eleven-member board is composed of State Director of the Budget, State Commissioners of Education and Health, State Comptroller (or Comptroller's appointee), a member appointed by the Speaker of the State Assembly, a member appointed by the Temporary President of the State Senate, and five members, including the Chair, appointed by the Governor. Under the Health Care Financing Consolidation Act of 1995, the Medical Care Facilities Finance Agency (MCFFA) and the Facilities Development Corporation (FDC) were consolidated into the Dormitory Authority effective September 1, 1995. All programs and services previously offered by MCFFA and FDC remain available through the Dormitory Authority.

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Members: Gail H. Gordon, Esq., of Slingerlands, Chair Thomas H. O'Neill, Jr., of Hamburg, Vice Chair Jose Alberto Corvalan, M.D., of Armonk, Secretary George A. Kellner, of New York City John B. Johnson, Jr., of Watertown Dean A. Fuleihan, of Loudonville (Assembly Appointee) Dean H. Leith, Jr., of Troy (Senate Appointee) Sandra M. Shapard, of Delmar (State Comptroller's Appointee) Richard P. Mills, Commissioner of Education (ex officio) Carole E. Stone, Director of the Budget (ex officio) Antonia C. Novello, M.D., Commissioner of Health (ex officio)

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Executive Director ­ Maryann Gridley (518) 257-3180 Deputy Executive Director ­ Philip W. Wood (518) 257-3190 Managing Director of Construction ­ Douglas M. Van Vleck (518) 257-3200 Managing Director of Policy and Program Development ­ Thomas E. Guiley (518) 257-3160 Managing Director of Public Finance ­ Cheryl L. Ishmael (518) 257-3362 Chief Financial Officer ­ John G. Pasicznyk (518) 257-3630 General Counsel ­ Jeffrey M. Pohl (518) 257-3120 Senior Director, Operations ­ Felix T. Pugliese (518) 257-3540 Director, Opportunity Programs ­ Emory N. Jackson (212) 273-5110 Director, Communications & Marketing ­ Paul J. Burgdorf (518) 257-3380 Budget Director ­ Michael T. Corrigan (518) 257-3192

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12234 (518) 474-3852 NYC Office: 55 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217 (718) 722-2796 www.nysed.gov The Board of Regents and the State Education Department govern education from pre-kindergarten to graduate school, and are constitutionally responsible for setting educational policy, standards, and rules and are legally required to ensure that the entities they oversee carry them out. The Board and Department also oversee 38 licensed professions, provide vocational and educational services to people with disabilities, guide local government records programs and operate the State Archives, Library and Museum. Richard P. Mills, Commissioner of Education and President of the University of the State of New York. Elected by the Board of Regents. Salary $170,165. BOARD OF REGENTS Regents' Office: (518) 474-5889 Composed of 16 members one from each of the State's 12 judicial districts and 4 elected at-Iarge by the State Legislature. Term five years. No salary. Vacancies filled for un-expired terms. Terms expire April 1 of the year specified.

Members Term Expires Robert M. Bennett, Chancellor, 201 Millwood Ln., Tonawanda, NY 14150 ................................................. 2005 Adelaide L. Sanford, Vice Chancellor, NYSED, 4th Fl., 55 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217 ........... 2005

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Diane O'Neill McGivern, NYU 246 Greene St., New York, NY 10003-6677 ...................... Saul B. Cohen, 82 Taymil Road, New Rochelle, NY 10804 ..................................................................... James C. Dawson, 2 Birchwood Drive, Peru, NY 12972 ..................................................................... James R. Tallon, Jr., Broome County ............................. Robert M. Johnson, 25 Skunk Hollow Rd., Huntington, NY 11743 .................................................................... Anthony S. Bottar, 407 South Warren Street, Syracuse, NY 13202 ..................................................................... Merryl H. Tisch, 9 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 ..................................................................... Milton L. Cofield, Monroe County .................................... Geraldine D. Chapey, 107-10 Shore Front Parkway, Apt. 9C Belle Harbor, NY 11694 .................................. Arnold B. Gardner, 120 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14202 ........................................................ Judith O. Rubin, New York, NY ....................................... Harry Phillips, 71 Hawthorne Way, Hartsdale, NY 10530 ................................................... Lorraine A. Cortes-Vazquez, 130 William St 9th, Floor New York, NY 10038 .................................................. Joseph E. Bowman, Jr. ED 124, School of Education, University of Albany, 1400 Washington Ave. Albany NY 12222 .........................................................

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David Johnson, Secretary, Board of Regents (518) 474-5889 Education Department Administration Richard P. Mills ­ Commissioner of Education (518) 474-5844 Fax: (518) 473-4909 Assistant to the Commissioner ­ Peggy Rivers (518) 474-5845 Chief Operating Officer ­ Richard H. Cate (518) 474-2547 Counsel and Deputy Commissioner for Legal Affairs ­ Kathy A. Ahearn (518) 474-6400 Deputy Commissioner for Elementary, Middle, Secondary and Continuing Education ­ James A. Kadamus (518) 474-5915 Deputy Commissioner for Higher Education ­ Johanna Duncan-Poitier (518) 474-5851 Deputy Commissioner for Cultural Education ­Carole F. Huxley (518) 474-5976 Deputy Comm. for Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities ­ Lawrence Gloeckler (518) 474-2714 Deputy Commissioner for the Professions ­ Johanna Duncan-Poitier (518) 474-3862

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Assistant Commissioner for Planning and Policy Development ­ Thomas E. Sheldon (518) 474-5836 Coordinator of Organizational Effectiveness ­ Rebecca Kennard (518) 486-5289 Director of Communications ­ Alan Ray (518) 474-1201 Director of Legislation ­ Daniel Kinley (518) 486-5644 Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision Rm. 974 Education Building Addition, Hawk St, Albany, NY (518) 474-3969 116 W. 32nd St., 14th Floor, New York, NY 10001 (212) 643-4760 Coordinator ­ Howard Goldsmith Office of the Professions 475 Park Avenue South, Second Floor, New York, NY 10016-6901 (212) 951-6400 Director ­ Louis Catone Division of Professional Licensing NYS Education Dept., 2nd Floor, 89 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12230 (518) 474-3817, Ext. 340 All correspondence relating to the issuance of license and certificates of registration and the details of licensing examinations should be addressed to the Director of Professional Licensing, State Education Department, 89 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12234 Director ­ Robert Bentley State Boards for the Professions Education Building, 89 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12234 Acupuncture-Executive Secretary ­ Ronnie Hausheer (518) 474-3817 Ext. 100 Architecture-Executive Secretary ­ William Martin (518) 474-3817 Ext. 110 Athletic Training-Executive Secretary ­ Thomas Monahan (518) 474-3817 Ext. 560 Certified Shorthand Reporting-Executive Secretary ­ Daniel Dustin (518) 474-3817 Ext. 160 Chiropractic-Executive Secretary ­ Cynthia Laks (518) 474-3817 Ext. 190 Dentistry-Executive Secretary ­ Milton Lawney (518) 474-3817 Ext. 550 Dietetics Nutrition Executive Secretary ­ Thomas Monahan (518) 474-3817 Ext. 560 Engineering & Land Surveying-Executive Secretary ­ Jane Blair (518) 474-3817 Ext. 140 Interior Design-Executive Secretary ­ Jane Blair (518) 474-3817 Ext. 140 Landscape Architecture-Executive Secretary ­ William Martin

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(518) 474-3817 Ext. 110 Massage Therapy-Executive Secretary ­ Kathleen Doyle (518) 474-3817 Ext. 150 Medicine-Executive Secretary ­ Thomas Monahan (518) 474-3817 Ext. 560 Midwifery-Executive Secretary ­ Lawrence H. Mokhiber (518) 474-3817 Ext. 130 Nursing-Executive Secretary ­ Barbara Zittel (518) 474-3817 Ext. 120 Occupational Therapy-Executive Secretary ­ Ronnie Hausheer (518) 474-3817 Ext. 100 Ophthalmic Dispensing-Executive Secretary ­ David Hamilton (518) 474-3817 Ext. 180 Optometry-Executive Secretary ­ Milton Lawney (518) 474-3817 Ext. 550 Pharmacy-Executive Secretary ­ Lawrence H. Mokhiber (518) 474-3817 Ext. 130 Physical Therapy-Executive Secretary ­ David Hamilton (518) 474-3817 Ext. 180 Podiatry-Executive Secretary ­ David Hamilton (518) 474-3817 Ext. 180 Psychology-Executive Secretary ­ Kathleen Doyle (518) 474-3817 Ext. 150 Public Accountancy-Executive Secretary ­ Daniel Dustin (518) 474-3817 Ext. 160 Respiratory Therapy-Executive Secretary ­ Barbara Zittel (518) 474-3817 Ext. 120 Social Work-Executive Secretary ­ David Hamilton (518) 474-3817 Ext. 180 Speech/Language Pathology and Audiology- Executive Secretary ­ Ronnie Hausheer (518) 474-3817 Ext. 100 Veterinary Medicine-Executive Secretary ­ Thomas Monahan (518) 474-3817 Ext. 560 CULTURAL EDUCATION CENTER Madison Avenue, Albany, NY 12230 CULTURAL EDUCATION STATE LIBRARY Assistant Commissioner for Libraries and State Librarian ­ Janet Welch (518) 474-5930 STATE ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION Acting Assistant Commissioner ­ Chris Ward (518) 473-7091 STATE MUSEUM Assistant Commissioner ­ Clifford Siegfried (518) 474-5812

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STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS

40 Steuben Street, Albany, NY 12207-2109 (518) 474-6220 Fax: (518) 486-4068 www.elections.state.ny.us Chapter 604, Laws of 1974 (effective June 1, 1974) established the State Board of Elections as an independent Board within the Executive Department to execute and enforce the Election Law including those provisions pertaining to campaign practices and financing. The Board is composed of four commissioners, each receiving $25,000 per year. Members are appointed by the Governor from recommendations made by the Chair of each of the two major parties, and by the legislative leaders of each of the two major parties represented in the legislature.

Members Term Expires Carol Berman, Chair ......................................... April 30, 2003 NeiI W. Kelleher, Vice Chair ............................. Nov. 30, 2003 Helena Moses Donohue ................................... May 31, 2003 Evelyn J. Aquila ................................................ Dec. 31, 2002

Executive Director ­ Thomas R. Wilkey Deputy Executive Director ­ Peter S. Kosinski

EMPIRE STATE DEVELOPMENT

NYS URBAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (d/b/a Empire State Development Corporation) 633 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10017 (212) 803-3100 NYS Department of Economic Development 30 South Pearl Street, Albany, NY 12245 (212) 292-5100 www.empire.state.ny.us Recognizing that the businesses of New York State are our customers, it is the joint mission of the Empire State Development Corporation (ESDC) and the New York State Department of Economic Development (DED) to improve New York State's competitive position and to create and retain quality jobs in a challenging and rapidly changing economy. We will do this by: *Providing customer-driven, cost effective products and services; *Pro-actively advocating for a healthy business environment in New York State; and *Identifying and supporting new and creative solutions to economic development programs. Empire State Development has the ability to acquire, construct, rehabilitate or improve commercial, industrial, civic and residen-

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tial projects that will be job-intensive and alleviate substandard or blighted conditions. Empire State Development offers flexible financing at reduced interest rates, grants, technical assistance and feasibility studies. Directors on the Board of ESDC continue to serve until a successor is appointed or a reappointment is made. ESDC board members receive no compensation. ESDC's Chairman of the Board (who also currently serves as Commissioner of DED) receives an annual compensation of $120,800.

Directors of ESDC: Charles A. Gargano, Chairman, President and CEO (also serves as Commissioner of DED) J. Patrick Barrett Joseph H. Holland Charles E. Dorkey, III David H. Feinberg Anthony H. Gioia Deborah C. Wright Elizabeth McCaul (Superintendent of Banks) Officers: Executive Vice President and Executive Deputy Commissioner Chief Operating Officer ­ Kevin Corbett (212) 803-3730 Senior Vice President and Senior Deputy Commissioner Business Development ­ David Catalfamo (518) 292-5101 Senior Vice President and Deputy Commissioner Policy and Research ­ John M. Bacheller (518) 292-5115 Senior Vice President and Deputy Commissioner Chief Administrative Officer ­ John Bryan (518) 292-5102 Sr. Vice President and Deputy Commissioner Marketing, and International Advertising & Tourism ­ Neville Bugwadia (212) 803-2244 Senior Vice President and Deputy Commissioner Economic Revitalization ­ Shirley Remeneski (212) 803-3230 Senior Vice President Public Affairs ­ Michael Marr (212) 803-3740 General Counsel (DED) and Director of Intergovernmental Relations ­ Roger McDonough (518) 292-5120 General Counsel (ESDC) ­ Anita Laremont (212) 803-3750 Chief Financial Officer- ­ Francis Walton (212) 803-3510

Regional Officers: Capital Region ­ (518) 283-1010 Central New York ­ (315) 425-9110 Finger Lakes ­ (716) 325-1944 Long Island ­ (516) 349-1266 Mid-Hudson ­ (914) 896-0478 Mohawk Valley ­ (315) 793-2366

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North Country ­ (315) 393-3980 Southern Tier ­ (607) 721-8605 Western New York ­ (716) 856-8111 New York Job Development Authority 633 Third Ave., New York, NY 10017 (212) 803-3523 Composed of eleven members as follows: Commissioner of Economic Development (Chair), Commissioner of Labor, Commissioner of Agriculture and Markets, Superintendent of Banks, ex-officio, and seven members appointed by the Governor, with Senate consent. Four year terms. Members receive no compensation. Members continue to serve until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Provides long-term loans and loan guarantees to aid business and industrial development and improve employment opportunities. Loans of up to 40% (up to 69% in certain cases) of project cost for construction, acquisition, rehabilitation or improvement of manufacturing plants or other eligible businesses, and for machinery and equipment, made through non-profit local development corporations. Loan guarantees can be for up to 80% of project cost.

Members Charles A. Gargano, Commissioner of Economic Development, Chairman, Ex-officio Charles E. Dorkey, III David H. Feinberg Anthony H. Gioia Karen Noble Hanson James S. Simpson Nicholas Yunis Elizabeth McCaul, Acting Superintendent of Banks, Ex-officio James J. McGowan, Commissioner of Labor, Ex-officio Nathan L. Rudgers, Commissioner of Agriculture and Markets, Ex-officio

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

Two Empire State Plaza, Ste. 1201 Albany, NY 12223 (518) 474-6988 Fax: (518) 473-6795 www.goer.state.ny.us The Office of Employees Relations was established in 1969 as Article 24 of the NYS Executive Law to promote harmonious and cooperative relationships between the State's Executive Branch and its employees, and to protect the public by assuring the orderly and uninterrupted operation of State government. As the Governor's representative in Executive Branch collective

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negotiations, GOER negotiates collective bargaining agreements for fourteen different negotiating units, represented by eight public employee unions, for almost two hundred thousand State employees. GOER supports State agencies in the development, coordination, and implementation of a comprehensive human resource management program, with a particular focus on improved performance and service to the general public. Acting Director ­ George Madison (518) 474-6988 Fax: (518) 486-7304 General Counsel ­ Walter J. Pellegrini (518) 474-4090 Administrative Officer ­ Paul Shatsoff (518) 473-3467 Fax (518) 473-6725 Communications Officer ­ Robert Hayes (518) 474-4800 Fax (518) 486-7304

NYS ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

17 Columbia Circle Albany, NY 12203-6399 (518) 862-1090 Fax: (518) 862-1091 www.nyserda.org The NYS Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is a public benefit corporation created in 1975 by the NYS Legislature. NYSERDA's responsibilities include: conducting a multifaceted energy and environmental research and development program to meet New York State's diverse economic needs; administering the New York Energy Smart program, a statewide public benefit R&D, energy efficiency, and environmental protection program; making energy more affordable for residential and low-income households; helping industries, schools, hospitals, municipalities, not-for-profits, and the residential sector, including low-income residents, implement energy-efficiency measures; providing objective, credible, and useful energy analysis and planning to guide decisions made by major energy stakeholders in the private and public sectors; managing the Western NY Nuclear Service Center at West Valley; coordinating the State's activities on energy emergencies and nuclear regulatory matters and monitoring low-level radioactive waste generation and management in the State; and financing energy related projects, reducing costs for rate payers. Directed by a 13-member board appointed by the Governor. The Chair and Chief Executive Officer are chosen by the Governor from NYSERDA's members. The Commissioners of Environmental Conservation and Transportation, and the Chairs of the New York Power Authority and Public Service Commission serve ex-officio.

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Robert B. Catell, President and C.E.O., Keyspan George Akel, Jr., President of Akel Wholesale Grocers, Inc. Joseph H. Boardman, Commissioner of Transportation Timothy S. Carey, President and CEO, Battery Park City Authority Louis P. Ciminelli, Chairman of the New York Power Authority Erin M. Crotty, Commissioner of Environmental Conservation William F. Edwards, Sr., President of Niagara Mowhawk, A National Grid Company Jay L. Gottlieb, Energy Economist Thomas J. Marusak, Owner, Comfortex, Inc. Parker D. Mathusa, Research Scientist Elizabeth W. Thorndike, Founder of Center for Environmental Information, Inc.

INTERSTATE ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION *

311 W. 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036 (212) 582-0380 Fax: (212) 581-5719 www.iec-nynjct.org Composed of five Commissioners from each of the States of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. In New York State, four Commissioners appointed by the Governor with Senate consent. The State Commissioner of Environmental Conservation is an exofficio member. No salary .Removable by Governor only on stated charges after a hearing. Vacancies filled for un-expired terms. Chair selected by Commission. Members serve until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Term Expires Commissioners from New York State Jan. 1 Judith L. Baron, 157 Exeter St., Brooklyn, NY 11235 ..... 2002 Donna B. Gerstle, Vice Chair, 79 Springhill Ave., Staten Island, NY 10301 ......................................................... 2003 Gerard J. Kassar, Treasurer, 7521 Tenth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11228 ..................................................................... 2005 Erin M. Crotty Rose Trentman Executive Director and Chief Engineer ­ Howard Golub Counsel ­ Eileen D. Millett

*Formerly the Interstate Sanitation Commission

NYS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

625 Broadway Albany, NY 12233-1010 (518) 474-2121 Fax: (518) 402-9016 NYC Office: One Hunter's Point Plaza, 47-40 21st. St. Long Island City, New York, NY 11101 (718) 482-4900 www.dec.state.ny.us

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Established to conserve, improve and protect the State's natural resources and environment. Major responsibilities include: enforcement of the Environmental Conservation Law; maintenance of air and water quality; hazardous, toxic and solid waste management; mined land reclamation; wetland protection; environmental impact analysis; pesticide use regulation; fish and wildlife management; stream protection; and forestry. Erin M. Crotty, Commissioner. Serves at the pleasure of the Governor. Salary $136,000. Executive Deputy Commissioner ­ Denise Sheehan Deputy Commissioners: General Counsel ­ James Ferreira (518) 402-2794 Air and Waste Management ­ Carl Johnson (518) 402-8549 Natural Resources ­ Lynette Stark (518) 402-8560

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Assistant Commissioners: Office of Administration and Office for the Bond Act ­ Jack McKeon (518) 402-9401 Office of Public Protection ­ James W. Tuffey (518) 402-8552 Office of Hearings and Mediation Services ­ JoAnne DiStefano (518) 402-8537 Office of Media Relations ­ Daniel J. Gilbert (518) 402-8000 Office of Legislative Affairs ­ Thomas O'Connor (518) 402-8533 Legislative Counsel ­ James Walsh (518) 402-2797 Acting Regional Director, NYC ­ Thomas Kunkel (718) 482-4900

NYS ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES CORP.

625 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207 (518) 402-6924 Toll Free (Within NY State Only) (800) 882-9721 Fax: (518) 486-9323 www.nysefc.org A public benefit corporation that assists local governments, State agencies and private industry in complying with State and Federal environmental laws and regulations. Administers programs that provide: low-interest loans for water pollution control projects; low interest loans and grants for drinking water protection and/or improvement projects; and grants and technical assistance for small businesses in protecting air and water quality, and for businesses and government agencies in complying with environmental requirements.

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Directors Term Expires Erin M. Crotty, Commissioner of Environmental Conservation, Chair and Chief Executive Officer .. Ex-officio Antonia C. Novello, M.D., M.P.H., Comm. of Health Ex-officio Randy A. Daniels, Secretary of State ...................... Ex-officio Lelia M. Wood-Smith, Esq., Purchase .............. Dec. 31, 2006 Victoria S. Kennedy, Fayetteville ...................... Dec. 31, 2003 Lawrence F. DiGiovanna, Esq., Brooklyn ......... Dec. 31, 2005 William McCarthy, NYC .................................... Dec. 31, 2007

President ­ Thomas J. Kelly (518) 402-6951 Executive VP ­ David Sterman (518) 402-6951 Sr. Vice President and General Counsel ­ Robert J. McLaughlin (518) 402-6969 Chief Financial Officer ­ James T. Gebhardt (518) 402-6985 Director of Engineering and Program Management ­ Robert E. Davis (518) 402-7396 Director of Technical Advisory Services ­ Frederick D. McCandless (518) 402-7461 Director of Corporate Communications ­ Susan Mayer (518) 402-6957 Director of Corporate Operations ­ Barbara D. Wayman (518) 486-9267

NYS FINANCIAL CONTROL BOARD

123 William St., New York, NY 10038 (212) 417-5046 Created by the State Legislature in September 1975 pursuant the New York State Financial Emergency Act for The City of New York. The Act gives the Control Board powers and responsibilities of review and oversight with respect to the financial management of The New York City government and certain related public authorities. Composed of seven members: the Governor, the State Comptroller, the Mayor, the City Comptroller, and three persons appointed by and serving at the pleasure of the Governor with Senate advice and consent. Elected officials serve for the duration of the Board's existence. No salary. Executive Director of the Board appointed by the Governor and the Mayor, jointly, and serves at the pleasure of the Board.

Members: George E. Pataki, Governor, Chair Alan G. Hevesi, Comptroller (State) Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor (City) William C. Thompson, Comptroller (City) John A. Levin

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Acting Executive Director ­ Jeffrey Sommer (212) 417-5062 First Deputy Director ­ Jeffrey Sommer (212) 417-5066

OFFICE OF GENERAL SERVICES

Corning Tower, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12242 (518) 474-3899 www.ogs.state.ny.us Develops and administers essential services in support of State agency operation. Functions include: management of State office buildings and provision of leased space for State agencies; design and construction of State facilities; contracting for goods, services and technology for the State and municipalities; and provision of centralized and interagency services, including the delivery of interagency mail and freight, printing and quick copy services, employee and visitor parking, transfer of Federal and State surplus property, and warehousing and distribution of federally donated food to school districts, childcare facilities and food pantries. Kenneth J. Ringler, Jr., Commissioner

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

Nelson Rockefeller Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12237 (518) 474-7354 www.health.state.ny.us Antonia C. Novello, M.D., M.P.H., Dr., P.H., Commissioner. Appointed by and removable at the pleasure of the Governor, with Senate consent. Executive Deputy Commissioner ­ Dennis Whalen Metropolitan Regional Office 5 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10001 (212) 268-7001 Director ­ Celeste Johnson Public Health Council Meets seven times a year at Department of Health offices, 5 Penn Plaza (8th Ave. between W. 33rd and W. 34th Sts.), New York, NY 10016 or NYS DOH offices, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12237. Composed of State Commissioner of Health, exofficio, and fourteen members appointed by the Governor with Senate consent. Term six years and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Chair designated by Governor.

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State Hospital Review and Planning Council Nelson Rockefeller Empire State Plaza, Tower Bldg., Albany, NY 12237 Composed of 31 members appointed by the Governor, with Senate consent, to serve not more than two three-year terms in any period of twelve consecutive years. No salary. Assists and advises the State Public Health Council and the State Department of Health as to the need for the establishment, construction and modernization of hospitals and nursing homes. Adopts rules relating to hospital and nursing home operating standards, and a uniform statewide system of reports and audits. State Institutions Uunder Jurisdiction of Department of Health Helen Hayes Hospital, West Haverstraw, Director ­ Magdalena Ramirez, New York State Veterans Home, Oxford, Administrator ­ Vathsala Venugupalan New York State Veterans Home at St. Albans, Jamaica, Director ­ Neville Goldson New York State Veterans Home at Batavia, Administrator ­ Joanne Hernick New York State Veterans Home at Montrose, Chief Executive Officer ­ Oscar Carter

NYS HIGHER EDUCATION SERVICES CORPORATION (NYSHESC)

99 Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12255 (888) 697-4372 Fax: (518) 474-5593 www.hesc.com Administers New York State student financial aid programs, including: the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP), Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) (formerly the Guaranteed Student Loan Program) various scholarships, fellowships and other general awards. Governed by a board of trustees which consists of fifteen members, ten of whom shall be appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Senate, three of whom shall be the Commissioner of Education, the Chancellor of the State University, and the Chancellor of the City University of New York. Four members of the board shall be students. One student shall be president of the Student Association of the State University of New York, one student shall be chair of the United Student Senate of the City University of New York, one student shall be a full time student in a degree granting independent institution in New York State, and one student shall be registered in a full time course of study at a State University community college. In the event a student who shall be a member by reason

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of his or her office in a student organization shall fail to qualify, the student who holds the next highest office in a student organization shall be the member of the board. Members receive no compensation except reimbursement for expenses. Acting President ­ Pierre L. Alric (518) 474-5592 Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer ­ Vacant (518) 474-5775 Public Information Officer ­ Ronald Kermani (518) 473-1264 Chief Financial Officer ­ Robert E. Butler (518) 473-2523 General Counsel ­ H. Jean Ghezzi (518) 474-3219 Director of Corporate Relations ­ Julio Vidal (518) 473-2523 Vice Presidents: Guaranteed Loans ­ Brenda F. Smith (518) 473-4933 Information Resource Management ­ Robert R. Moon (518) 474-7083 Audit & Quality Assurance ­ Marvis Warren (518) 473-2287 Grants & Scholarships ­ Geoffrey Flynn (518) 473-0431 Education Finance Management ­ Richard Solomon (518) 402-1240 Affirmative Action Officer ­ Barbara J. Brown (518) 473-3739

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DIVISION OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY RENEWAL

Hampton Plaza, 38-40 State St., Albany, NY 12207 (800) 275-3427 www.dhcr.state.ny.us 25 Beaver St., New York:, NY 10004 (212) 480-6700 Commissioner ­ Judith A. Calogero First Deputy Commissioner ­ Dennis P. Ryan Counsel ­ Marcia Hirsch Deputy Commissioners: Administration ­ Mary Beth Labate Policy and Research ­ Elizabeth S. Roetter Community Development ­ Darryl Seavey Housing ­ Vacant Rent Administration ­ Paul Roldan Press Secretary ­ Deborah Del Pino Director of Communications ­ Daniel J. Gilbert RENT ADMINISTRATION OFFICES Rent Infoline (718) 739-6400 Queens Central Office: Gertz Plaza Bldg., 92-31 Union Hall St., Jamaica, NY 11433 (718) 262-4822 Borough and District Rent Offices: Lower Manhattan-(South side of 110th St. and below) 25 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004

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Upper Manhattan-(North side of 110th St. and above) 163 West 125th St., 5th FI., New York, NY 10027 Bronx-1 Fordham Plaza, 2nd FI., Bronx, NY 10458 Brooklyn-55 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217 Staten Island-60 Bay St., Staten Island, NY 10301 Nassau-50 Clinton Street, 6th FI., Hempstead, NY 11550 Rockland-94-96 North Main Street, Spring Valley, NY 10977 Westchester-75 South Broadway, White Plains, NY 10601 LOW INCOME HOUSING TRUST FUND Hampton Plaza, 38-40 State St., Albany, NY 12207 (800) 275-3427 Housing Trust Fund Corporation, a public benefit corporation, was created in 1985 to stimulate development of affordable housing for low income persons by rehabilitating or converting under-utilized or vacant buildings. Judith A. Calogero, Chairperson Jerome M. Becker, Member John Johnson, Member Dennis P. Ryan, Chief Executive Officer Housing Trust Fund Officers Office of Community Development President ­ Darryl Seavey Vice President ­ Kevin Carlisle Vice President ­ Kimberly Lamay Governor's Office of Small Cities President ­ Robert Bulman Vice President ­ Glen King Vice President ­ Kenneth J. Flood Office of Housing Management President ­ Vacant Vice President ­ Richmond McCurnin Vice President ­ Alan L. Smith Counsel ­ Marcia Hirsch Secretary ­ Sean Shea Treasurer ­ Mary Beth Labate Assistant Treasurer ­ Frank Markowski

NYS HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY

641 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10022 (212) 688-4000 Fax: (212) 872-0789 www.nyhomes.org Created in 1960, HFA finances affordable rental housing and other facilities through the issuance of bonds and the administration of other subsidy and loan programs. Composed of the Commissioners of Taxation and Finance, and

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Housing and Community Renewal, and Director of the Budget, exofficio, and four additional members appointed by the Governor with Senate advice and consent. Terms six years. No compensation. Members continue to serve until reappointed or replaced.

Members Term Expires Jerome M. Becker, Chair, Governor's appointment ................................... Jan. 1, 2005 Carole E. Stone, Director NYS Division of the BudgetEx-officio Judith A. Calogero, Commissioner, NYS Division of Housing and Community Renewal ........................ Ex-officio Arthur J. Roth, Commissioner, State Department of Taxation & Finance .................................................Ex-officio John B. Mannix, appointed by Governor .............. Jan.1, 2004 Paul Jones, appointed by Governor ..................... Jan.1, 2003 John L. DiMarco, appointed by Governor ............ Jan.1, 2006

NYS DIVISION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

One Fordham Plaza, 4th Flr., Bronx, NY 10458 (718) 741-8400 www.nysdhr.com Evonne W. Jennings Tolbert ­ Commissioner Exec. Deputy Commissioner ­ Edward A. Friedland Deputy Commissioner for Federal Programs ­ Edward A. Watkins Deputy Commissioner for Public Affairs ­ Denise L. Ellison Deputy Commissioner for Administration ­ Martha Furlong Deputy Commissioner for Regional Affairs ­ Vacant General Counsel ­ Gina M. Lopez Chief Administrative Law Judge ­ Migdalia Pares Associate Personnel Administrator ­ Jose Gonzalez

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT

One Commerce Plaza Albany, NY 12257 NYC Office: 25 Beaver Street, New York, NY 10004 (212) 480-2301 www.ins.state.ny.us Gregory V. Serio, Superintendent. Appointed by the Governor by and with Senate consent. Salary $90,832. First Deputy Superintendent and General Counsel ­ Louis Petroluongo (212) 480-2292 New York Office Deputy Superintendents ­ Joseph A. DeMauro (212) 480-2306, Ronald Minafri (212) 480-2332 Sr. Deputy Superintendent ­ Peter J. Molinaro (518) 474-4567 Deputy Supt. & General Counsel ­ Audrey Samers (212) 480-5270

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Consumer Services Bureau Chief ­ Salvatore Castiglione (518) 474-4556 Life Bureau Chief ­ Jeffrey Angelo (212) 480-5025 Property Bureau Chief ­ Mark Presser (212) 480-5565 Health Bureau Co-Chief ­ Charles Henncks (212) 480-5120 Co-Chief ­ Thomas Zyra (518) 486-2970 Liquidation Bureau 123 William St., New York, NY 10038 Special Deputy Superintendent ­ Vacant (212) 341-6400

OFFICE OF THE STATE INSPECTOR GENERAL

Executive Chamber, State Capitol, Albany, NY 12224 (518) 474-1010 www.ig.state.ny.us Toll-free Hotline: 1-800-367-4448 NYC Office: 61 Broadway, 12th Flr., New York, NY 10006 (212) 635-3150 Investigates fraud, abuse and corruption in all State agencies headed by appointees of the Governor. Refers its reports either for prosecution or administrative action by agencies. Inspector General ­ Jill Konviser-Levine

TEMPORARY STATE COMMISSION OF INVESTIGATION

59 Maiden Lane, 31st Flr., New York, NY 10038 (212) 344-6660 www.sic.state.ny.us Established May 1, 1958, an independent, bipartisan, factfinding and evidence-gathering agency with the duty and power to conduct investigations in connection with: (a) enforcement of the laws of the State (with particular reference to organized crime and racketeering); (b) conduct of public officers and public employees, and of officers and employees of public corporations and authorities; (c) any matter concerning the public peace, safety and justice. Consists of six commissioners: two appointed by the Governor (one of whom shall be an attorney); two by the temporary president of the Senate and two by the speaker of the

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Assembly. Governor designates chair. No more than three members shall belong to the same political party. Members: Appointed by Governor: Stephen L. Weiner, Manhattan, Chair Joseph S. Dominelli, Rotterdam By Temporary President of the Senate: Henry J. Nahal, Rensselaer Robert Price, Manhattan By Speaker of the Assembly: Vincent F. Nicolosi, Manhasset George Friedman, Westchester Deputy Commissioner/Chief Counsel ­ Alfredo F. Mendez (212) 344-6776 Chief Investigator ­ Alfonso Campagnola (212) 344-6660 Executive Assistant ­ Raffaela Petroccione (212) 344-6777

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NYS COMMISSION ON JUDICIAL CONDUCT

801 Second Ave., New York, NY 10017 (212) 949-8860 Fax: (212) 949-8864 www.scjc.state.ny.us Investigates complaints of misconduct against judges of the state unified court system and, where appropriate, may determine to admonish, censure or remove from office judges found to have engaged in misconduct. Such Commission determinations are subject to review by the New York State Court of Appeals. Chair ­ Henry T. Berger Administrator ­ Gerald Stern Deputy Administrator ­ Robert H. Tembeckjian Clerk ­ Jean M. Savanyu

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

(The State Commissioner of Labor) Bldg. 12, State Campus, Albany, NY 12240 NYC Office: 345 Hudson St. NY, NY 10014 (212) 352-6551 Fax: (212) 352-6824 www.labor.state.ny.us Linda Angello, Commissioner of Labor. Appointed by the Governor with the consent of the Senate. Located at Albany Office. (518) 457-2746 Executive Deputy Commissioner of Labor ­ David P. Wehner (518) 457-4318 Deputy Commissioner ­ Connie J. Varcasia Deputy Commissioner ­ Mary L. Hines Deputy Commissioner ­ Denis J. Peterson

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Deputy Commissioner ­ Anthony Taverni Inspector General ­ Brian Sanvidge Counsel for Legal Affairs ­ Jerome A. Tracy Office of Communications, Director ­ Robert Lillpopp (518) 457-5519 Apprenticeship and Training Council State Office Bldg., State Campus, Albany, NY 12240 (518) 457-6820 An advisory council to the Commissioner, composed of representatives of employer and employee organizations, and one public representative, all appointed by the Governor. The Commissioners of Economic Development, Education and Labor are ex-officio members. Members continue to serve until a successor is appointed and approved, or a reappointment is made.

Members Representing the Public: Vacant

Representing Employees: Daniel Conte, Rochester John Kennedy, Westbury, Vice Chair John Mararia, Hudson Valley Glenn A. Gibson, Buffalo Representing Employers: Washington Bennett, Buffalo Ross Micali, Rochester Vacant Executive Secretary to the Council ­ Edward Drago Industrial Board of Appeals Empire State Plaza, Building 2, Albany, NY 12223 NYC Office: 345 Hudson St., NY, NY 10014 (212) 352-6615 Composed of five members appointed by the Governor, subject to Senate confirmation. Chair is a full-time member. At least one member must be a lawyer. Terms six years. Upon petition from an affected party, the board acts in a quasijudicial capacity in reviewing the validity or reasonableness of rules or orders concerning wages and similar labor standards, or concerning occupational and public safety and health in areas not covered by federal standards, issued by the Commissioner of Labor under the Labor Law. Also approves corporate certificates and documents where the purposes and powers of corporations include labor-related activities. On petition, the Board reviews registration and cancellation proceedings for union labels.

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Members: Evelyn Heady, Chair, Albany Secretary ­ Shelley Jackson Gregory Moteleone Mark S. Perla Walter Sakowski Kristin Mackay

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DIVISION OF SAFETY AND HEALTH Bldg. 12, State Campus, Albany, NY 12240 (518) 457-3518 Director ­ Richard Cucolo (Albany Office) New York City District 345 Hudson St. New York, NY 10014 (212) 352-6132 Licensing & Certification Unit NYS Dept. of Labor, Bldg. 12, Room 161, State Office Campus Albany, NY 12240 (518) 457-2735 Hazard Abatement Board Room 166, Bldg. 12 State Campus Albany, NY 12240 (518) 457-3427 Workplace Safety & Loss Prevention Program Room 167, Bldg. 12, State Campus Albany, NY 12240 (518) 457-1125 DIVISION OF EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Dave Mance, Acting Director State Office Bldg. Campus, Room 576 Albany, NY 12240-0007 (518) 457-3584 New York City Division of Employment Services 247 West 54th Street, NY, NY 10019 Acting Regional Administrator ­ Louise Gardner (212) 621-9349 JOB REFERRAL SERVICES Manhattan 50 Park Place, New York, NY 10007 (212) 266-5377 247 W. 54th St., New York, NY 10019 (212) 265-2700 Youth Opportunity Center (212) 621-0790 215 W. 125th St., New York, NY 10027 (917) 493-7200

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Brooklyn 250 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 780-9200 Job & Career Center (718) 852-9484 Youth Opportunity Center (718) 852-9337 1717 Ave. Z, Brooklyn, NY 11235 (718) 891-6364 115 Lawrence Street (Metrotech Center), Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 243-6938 Bronx 358 E. 149th St., Bronx NY 10455 (718) 960-7901 390 Morris Park Ave., Bronx, NY 10460 (718) 409-7590 Youth Opportunity Center, 358 E. 149th Street, 2nd FI. (718) 960-7929 Queens 25-01 Queens Plaza N., Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 706-5590 168-46 91st Ave. Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 523-4055 138-60 Barclay Avenue, Flushing, NY 11355 (718) 321-6307 19-29 Mott Ave. Far Rockaway, NY 11691 (718) 337-5201 Staten Island 1139-1141 Hylan Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10305 (718) 447-2931 Employer Job Order Line 1-800-HIRE-992 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE SERVICES 1-888-209-8124 NYC all Boroughs: (212) 352-2631 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE TAX SERVICES Manhattan/ West: 247 W. 54th St. New York, NY 10019 (212) 621-0789 Manhattan/ East: 50 Park Place, New York, NY 10007 (212) 266-5323 BUREAU OF PUBLIC WORK Bldg. 12, State Campus, Albany, NY 12240 Acting Director ­ Chris Alund (518) 457-5589 New York City District 345 Hudson Street, 7th fl., New York, NY 10014 (212) 352-6088 DIVISION OF LABOR STANDARDS Bldg. 12 State Campus, Albany, NY 12240 (518) 457-4256 Acting Director ­ Jack L. Mrozak

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New York City District 345 Hudson St., New York, NY 10014 (212) 352-6700 Chief of Labor Standards Investigator ­ Tom Malloy Apparel Industry Task Force 345 Hudson St., New York, NY 10014 (212) 352-6028 Chief Labor Standards Investigator-- Thomas Glubiak DIVISION OF RESEARCH AND STATISTICS 345 Hudson St. New York, NY 10014 (212) 352-6666 Director ­ Thomas A. Rodick Labor Market Information ­ James Brown

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STATE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE Bldg. 12, Room 266, State Office Campus, Albany NY 12240 (518) 457-3101 New York City: 345 Hudson St., NY, NY 10014 Established for the purpose of advising and making recommendations to the Commissioner of Labor on all major matters relating to community services and unemployment insurance programs. The Council possesses full investigatory powers and direct access to all sources of information. It reports annually to the Governor and Legislature. Composed of five members appointed by the Governor, of whom two each represent employers and employees. One public representative serves as Chair. Terms: six years and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Removable by the Governor only on stated charges after a hearing. Vacancies filled for unexpired terms.

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Members Representing the Public: Vacant

Representing Employers: Arthur J. Fandel, Rochester Lillian D. Layton, Eastchester Representing Employees: Michael A. Ricci, Tonawanda Walter Mankoff, New York City Executive Secretary ­ Thomas A. Gibbs, Sr. Research Coordinator ­ Phyllis E. Gunther NEW YORK STATE INSURANCE FUND 199 Church St., New York, NY 10007 (212) 312-7001 www.nysif.com

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Furnishes workers' compensation insurance to employees and guarantees (to killed or injured workers) all benefits of the Workers' Compensation law, the Disability Benefits and Volunteer Firemen's Benefit laws. Composed of eight commissioners plus the New York State Commissioner of Labor as an ex-officio member. Terms three years and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Vacancies filled for un-expired terms. Commissioners Terence L. Morris, Burnt Hills-Capital Region, Chair Robert Hurlbut, Rochester, Vice Chair John F. Carpenter, Elmira Rivka Chatman, Pittsford Jane A. Halbritter, Rome Charles L. Loiodice Avery E. Neumark, New York City Donald T. DeCarlo, Douglaston Linda Angello, Commissioner of Labor, State Department of Labor, ex-officio NYSIF Executive Officers Executive Director/ CEO ­ Kenneth J. Ross CFO & Actuary ­ Susan D. Sharp Deputy Executive Director ­ Ann Formel General Attorney ­ James P. O'Connor Deputy Executive Director ­ Christopher Barclay CIO & Deputy Executive Director ­ Stephen D. Nelson Assistant Deputy Director ­ R. Jane Burgdorf Assistant Deputy Director ­ Todd Calhoun NYS EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS BOARD One Penn Plaza, 6th Floor, New York, NY (212) 564-2441 Composed of five members, appointed by the Governor with consent of the Senate. Board responsibilities are to provide dispute mediation/arbitration services, protection for private sector employees against unfair labor practices and to conduct representation elections. Two of the Board's most vital functions are to prevent strikes by mediation and to protect private sector employees by ensuring their right to bargain collectively using representatives of their choice. Members: Anthony C. Imbarrato, Chair Lloyd H. Demboski George C. Frost Richard A. Torrey General Counsel ­ Alan Berg

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UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE APPEAL BOARD 345 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10014 (212) 352-6241 The Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board and its Administrative Law Judge Section were created by statute to hear and decide disputes under the New York Unemployment Insurance Law. The Administrative Law Judge Section is the first appeals authority. The Appeal Board reviews and decides appeals from decisions made by administrative law judges, and is the final administrative appellate authority. The Appeal Board is subject to review as to questions of law by the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Third Department. Composed of four members appointed by the Governor. Terms six years. Removable by the Governor only on stated charges after a hearing. Vacancies filled for un-expired terms. Members continue to serve until a successor is appointed and has qualified or reappointment is made. Chair ­ Richard M. Rosenbaum John Cullen Frank Grasso Lewis Zankel Deane C. Cooke Executive Director ­ Joseph P. Kearney Chief Administrative Law ­ Robert A. Lorenzo WORKERS' COMPENSATION BOARD 20 Park Street, Albany, NY 12207 (518) 474-6674 111 Livingston St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 802-6600 Composed of thirteen members appointed by the Governor, with Senate consent. Terms seven years and until successors are appointed and have qualified. At least four members shall be attorneys duly admitted to practice in New York State. Members removable by the Governor only on stated charges after a hearing. Vacancies filled for un-expired terms. Governor designates Chair and Vice Chair. Salaries: Chair, $90,832; Vice Chair, $76,421; members, $68,330.

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Members Term Expires Robert R. Snashall, Chair, Madison County ..... Dec. 31, 2002 Jeffrey R. Sweet, Vice-Chair, Westchester .......... Dec. 31, 2006 Candace Finnegan, NY County ........................ Dec. 31, 2006 Karl A. Henry, Erie County ................................ Dec. 31, 2001 Mona Bargnesi, Erie County ............................. Dec. 31, 2003 Frances Libous, Broome County ...................... Dec. 31, 2007 Robert Zinck, Monroe County ........................... Dec. 31, 2008

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Scott Firestone, Nassau County ....................... Dec. 31, 2004 Edel Groski, Delaware County .......................... Dec. 31, 2001 Leslie A. Botta, Bronx County ........................... Dec. 31, 2005 Carol G. McManus, Erie County ....................... Dec. 31, 2002 Ellen Paprocki, Onondaga County .................... Dec. 31, 2007 Michael T. Berns, NY County ............................ Dec. 31, 2004 Secretary to the Board--Audra Viscusi (518) 402-6070 Executive Director ­ Richard A. Bell (518) 474-6670 General Counsel ­ Vacant (518) 486-9564 Deputy Executive Director ­Nancy Mulholland (518) 486-7143 Deputy Executive Director ­ Marsha Orndorff (518) 474-6181 Director of Administration ­ Glenn Warren (518) 473-8900 Director of Public Information ­ Jon A. Sullivan (518) 474-6670 Advocate for Business ­ David Austin 1(800) 628-3331 Advocate for Injured Workers ­ Edwin Ruff 1(800) 580-6665 Director of Compliance & Regulatory Services ­ Brian Collins (518) 474-9598 Director of Human Resources ­ Dorothy Mace (518) 402-0376 Director of Security ­ Joseph Smith (518) 402-0172 WC Fraud Inspector General ­ John Burgher (518) 473-4839 Director of Disabilities Benefits Bureau ­ Nick Dogias (718) 802-6947 Head Hearing Reporter ­ Michael R. DeCarr (518) 402-6474 Affirmative Action Officer ­ Jaime Benitez (518) 486-5128 Director of Workers' Compensation Compliance & Regulatory Services ­ William Egan (518) 474-2686 SELF-INSURANCE OFFICE 20 Park Street, Albany, NY 12207 (518) 402-0247 Advisory Committee for Self-lnsurance Chair ­ Robert R. Snashall Vice Chariman ­ Steven Scotti, Con Edison Legal Dept, 4 Irving Pl., Room 1814-F, New York, NY 10003 Mark Stasko, New Venture Gear, 6600 Chrysler Dr., East Syracuse, NY 13221 Peggy Crook, Hilton Hotels Corporation, 1335 Ave. of the Americas, 4th fl., New York, NY 10019 Michael Mistretta, SKF/MRC Bearings, 402 Chandler St., PO Box 280, Jamestown, NY 14702 Thomas Howard, Port Authority of NY and NJ, 225 Park Ave. South, 12th floor, New York, NY 10003 Robert Ramirez, Verizon, 395 Flatbush Ave. Extension, Room 700, Brooklyn, NY 12201 Elizabeth M. Nottingham, Marriott Corp., Marriott Dr., Wash., DC 20058 Linda Roehner, Nation Fuel, 10 Lafayette St., Room 1600, Buffalo, NY 14203

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State Capitol Building, Albany, NY 12224 (518) 474-7330 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271 (212) 416-8000 Consumer Information Line: 1-800-771-7755 www.oag.state.ny.us Attorney General must have the same qualifications for the office as the Governor, and is removable by the State Senate on recommendation of the Governor, for misconduct or malversation in office, if two-thirds of the Senate members concur. When a vacancy occurs other than by removal, the Legislature, if in session, by joint ballot, shall appoint a person to fill such vacancy; in all other cases the vacancy is filled by the Governor. Appointments are made for remainder of the un-expired term. Sec. 1, Art. V, of the NY State Constitution provides that No election of a Comptroller or an Attorney General shall be had except at the time of electing a Governor. Eliot Spitzer, of New York City, Attorney General. Salary $151,150, as fixed by Sec. 60 of the Executive Law. Elected Nov. 5, 2002 . Term expires Dec. 31, 2006 . First Deputy Attorney General ­ Michele Hirshman (212) 416-8040 (518) 474-7330 Assistant First Deputy Attorney General ­ Francine James (212) 416-8036 (518) 474-7330 Solicitor General ­ Caitlin Halligan (212) 416-8020 (518) 474-8016 Counsel to the Attorney General ­ David Nocenti (212) 416-8095 (518) 474-7330 Chief of Staff ­ Richard Baum (212) 416-8050 (518) 474-7330 Deputy Attorney General ­ Beth Golden (212) 416-6125 Special Counsel ­ Vacant (212) 416-8058 Director of Communications ­ Darren Dopp (212) 416-8060 (518) 473-5525 Press Secretary ­ Juanita Scarlett (212) 416-8060 Special Assistant for Executive Services ­ Peter A. Drago (518) 474-7330 Director of Intergovernmental Relations ­ Lila Kirton (212) 416-8926 Assistant Attorney General of Legal Education ­ Rachel Kretser (518) 474-5582 Assistant Attorney General in Charge/Legal Recruitment ­ Vacant (212) 416-8030 Assistant Deputy Attorney General for Program Development ­ Daniel Feldman (212) 416-8167 (518) 402-2185 Assistant Attorney General in Charge Legislative ­ Kathy Bennett (518) 486-3000

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Deputy for Administration ­ Richard E. Warnke (518) 473-7900 (212) 416-8050 Deputy Attorney General Criminal Division ­ Peter B. Pope (212) 416-8054 Assistant Attorney General in Charge/Criminal Prosecutions ­ Janet Cohn (212) 416-8011 (518) 474-4095 Deputy Attorney General in Charge/Medicaid Fraud Control Unit ­ Bill Comiskey (212) 417-5300 Deputy Attorney General in Charge/Organized Crime Task Force ­ Chris Prather (518) 474-1620 (914) 422-8710 Chief Investigator/Investigation Bureau ­ William M. Casey (212) 416-6328 (518) 474-8686 Deputy Attorney General/Division of Public Advocacy ­ Dietrich Snell (212) 416-8041 Deputy Attorney General/Division of State Counsel ­ Richard Rifkin (518) 473-7190 (212) 416-8525 Deputy Attorney General/Division of Regional Offices ­ Marty J. Mack (315) 448-4878

NYS BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS

1 Executive Centre Dr., Albany, NY 12203-5195 (518) 452-8700: Toll Free (NYS Only): 1-800-342-3335 www.nybarexam.org Composed of five members of the bar appointed from time to time by the Court of Appeals for terms of three years and until successors are appointed and have qualified. Compensation such sum as the Court of Appeals may direct, besides necessary disbursements as authorized. The Board holds examinations twice each year in February and July under the Rules of the Court of Appeals, for admission of attorneys and counselors-at-law. The Board renders an annual account to the Court each year.

The Board of Law Examiners: Appointed Diane F. Bosse, Chair, 750 Main Seneca Bldg., 237 Main St., Buffalo, NY 14203 .................... Feb. 23, 1998 David M. Gouldin, P.O. Box F-1706, 450 Plaza Drive, Binghamton, NY 13902 .................................. Jan. 21, 1999 Bryan R. Williams, 111 5th Ave. 9th Floor New York, NY 10003 ......................................... Nov 8,1996 Robert S. McMillen, Box 380, Glens Falls, NY 12801 ......................................................... Mar. 1, 2001

Executive Director ­ Nancy Oppe Carpenter Deputy Executive Director ­ John J. McAlary

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LEGISLATIVE BILL DRAFTING COMMISSION

Composed of two commissioners jointly appointed by the Temporary President of the Senate and the Speaker of the Assembly. Mandated to draft or aid in the drafting of legislative bills and resolutions at the request of members or committees of either house of the Legislature. Commissioner ­ Ronald H. Backer (518) 455-7501 Commissioner ­ Randall H. Bluth (518) 455-7506 Counsel to the Commission ­ Jamie-Lynne Elacqua (518) 455-7538

THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF NY

The legislative power of the State is vested in the Senate and Assembly. A Senator or Member of the Assembly must be a citizen of the United States, a resident of the State for five years, and of the Assembly or Senate district for the twelve months immediately preceding election. No member of the Legislature shall, during the time for which he or she was elected, receive any civil appointment from the Governor, the Governor and Senate, the Legislature, or from any city government, to an office which shall have been created, or the emoluments whereof shall have been increased during such time. A member of the Legislature may, however, be appointed Commissioner of Deeds or to any office in which he or she shall receive no compensation. The first meeting of each regular session of the Senate and Assembly is held on the first Wednesday after the first Monday in January . Each House is the judge of the elections, returns and qualifications of its own members. Vacancies are filled by the people for the un-expired term at a special election to be called by the Governor or at the next general election, but no special election shall be held unless such vacancy occurs before April 1 of the last year of the term of office, or unless the vacancy occurs after April 1 and a special session of the Legislature is called to meet before the next general election, or be called after Sept. 19 of such year . TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY SIXTH SESSION (Begins January 8, 2003) THE STATE SENATE Capitol, Albany, NY 12247 (518) 455-2800 www.senate.state.ny.us

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The Lieutenant Governor is President of the State Senate but shall have only a casting vote therein. Composed of 61 members, of which 25 are from the City of New York, as follows: Queens, 6; Kings, 9; New York, 5; Bronx, 4; Richmond, 1. Elected for two year terms which expire December 31 of each even-numbered year. Salary $79,500, fixed by Sec. 5 of the Legislative Law. Each State Senator is also reimbursed actual traveling expenses from place of residence, not more than once each week during the session, plus $138 a day overnight expenses, except for the Albany area Senators, when in Albany. When the Senate alone is convened in extraordinary session, or when serving as members of the Court for the Trial of Impeachments, Senators receive an additional per diem allowance to be fixed by law. Neither the salary nor any other allowance of any State Senator may be increased or diminished during the term for which he or she shall have been elected. Officers Of The State Senate President of the Senate ­ Lieutenant Governor Mary O. Donohue President Pro Tempore and Majority Leader ­ Senator Joseph L. Bruno Vice President Pro Tempore ­ Senator Frank Padavan Deputy Majority Leader for Legislative Operations ­ Senator Dean G. Skelos Chairman of Finance Committee ­ Senator Owen H. Johnson Minority Leader ­ Senator David A. Paterson Deputy Minority Leader ­ Senator Eric T. Schneiderman Secretary of the Senate ­ Steven M. Boggess NYS SENATORS FROM THE CITY OF NEW YORK State Senators from Queens County Dist. 10 Ada L. Smith (D) 116-43 Sutphin Boulevard Jamaica, NY 11434 ................................. (718) 332-2537 11 Frank Padavan (R-C) 89-39 Gettysburg St., Bellerose, NY 11426 ................................ (718) 343-0255 13 John D. Sabini (D) 513 Legislative Office Bldg. Albany, NY ................................................................. (518) 455-2529 12 George Onorato (D) 28-11 Astoria Boulevard Long Island City, NY 11102 ..................... (718) 545-9706 14 Malcolm A. Smith (R) 172-12 Linden Boulevard St. Albans, NY 11434 (718) 291-9097

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Serphin R. Maltese (R-C) 71-04 Myrtle Ave., Glendale, NY 11385 .. (718) 497-1800 Toby Ann Stavisky (D) 144-36 Willets Point Blvd. Flushing, NY 11357 ............... (718) 445-0004

State Senators From Kings County 17 Martin M. Dilan (D) 786 Knickerbocker Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11207 ................................................. (718) 573-1726 18 Velmanette Montgomery (D) 30 Third Ave., 6th fl., Bklyn, NY 11217 ..................................... (718) 643-6140 19 John Sampson (D-L) 9114 Flatlands Ave., Bklyn, NY 11236 ...................................... (718) 649-7653 20 Carl Andrews (D) 572 Flatbush Ave., Bklyn, NY 11225 ... ............................................. (718) 284-4700 21 Kevin S. Parker (D) 2917 Glenwood Rd., Brooklyn, NY 11210 ................................................. (718) 434-8510 22 Martin J. Golden (R) 7403 5th Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11209 ................................................................. (718) 238-6170 23 Seymour P. Lachman (D) 2424 Cropsey Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11214 ................................ (718) 449-1443 25 Martin Connor (D-L) 250 Broadway, Suite 2011, New York, NY 10007 ....................................... (212) 298-5565 State Senators from Richmond County 24 John J. Marchi (R-D) 358 St. Marks PI., Staten Island, NY 10301 .......................... (718) 447-1723 State Senators from New York County 26 Liz Krueger (D) 211 East 43rd St. Suite 1300, NY, NY 10017 ................................................. (212) 490-9535 27 Carl Kruger (D) 2201 Avenue U Brooklyn, NY 11229 ................................ (718) 743-8610 28 Olga A. Mendez (D-L) 87 East 116th St., New York, NY 10029-1103 (Also part of the Bronx) ........ (212) 860-0893 29 Thomas K. Duane (D) 494 Eighth Avenue, Suite 503 New York, New York 10001 .................... (212) 268-1049 30 David A. Paterson (D) Adam Clayton Powell SOB 163 West 125th Street, Suite 932 New York, New York 10027 ...................................................... (212) 222-7315 State Senators from Bronx County 31 Eric T. Schneiderman (D) 1841 Broadway, Room 608 New York, New York 10023 .................... (212) 397-5913 32 Ruben Diaz (D) 1750 Westchester Avenue Bronx, New York 10472 .......................... (718) 892-7513 33 Efrain Gonzalez, Jr. (D) 1780 Grand Concourse, 1st Floor Bronx, New York 10457 .......................... (718) 299-7905 34 Guy J. Velella (R-C) 2019 Williamsbridge Rd., Bronx, NY 10461 (Also part of Westchester) ...... (718) 792-7180

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THE ASSEMBLY Capitol, Albany, NY 12248 (518) 455-4100 Composed of 150 members, of which 61 are from the City of New York as follows: Bronx, 10; Kings, 20; New York, 12; Queens, 16; Richmond, 3. Elected for two year terms expiring Dec. 31 of each even-numbered year. Salary $79,500, fixed by Sec. 5 of the Legislative Law. Each member is also reimbursed actual traveling expenses from place of residence, not more than once each week during the session. Neither the salary nor any other allowance of any Member of the Assembly may be increased or diminished during the term for which he or she shall have been elected. Officers Of The Assembly Speaker ­ Sheldon Silver (D), New York County Deputy Speaker ­ Clarence Norman, Jr. (D), Kings County Majority Leader ­ Paul A. Tokasz (D), Erie County Minority Leader ­ Charles Nesbitt (R), Genesee, Monroe, Niagara, Orleans Chairman of Ways and Means Committee ­ Herman D. Farrell, Jr., (D), New York County NY STATE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS FROM NY CITY State Assembly Members from Queens County Dist. 23 Audrey I. Pheffer (D-L) 90-16 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Rockaway Beach, NY 11693 ................... (718) 945-9550 24 Mark Weprin (D) 61-08A 224th St., Bayside, NY 11364 ..... (718) 428-7900 25 Brian M. McLaughlin (D) 163-13 Depot Rd., Flushing, NY 11358 ... (718) 762-6575 26 Ann Margaret Carrozza (D) 33-17Francis Lewis Blvd., Bayside, NY 11358 .............. (718) 321-1525 27 Nettie Mayersohn (D) 65-01 Fresh Meadow Lane, Flushing, NY11365 ........................ (718) 463-1942 28 Michael Cohen (D) 98-08 Metropolitan Ave., Forest Hills, NY 11375 ............................. (718) 263-5595 29 William Scarborough (D) 114-52-A Merrick Blvd.. St. Albans, NY 11434 ..................... (718) 657-5312 30 Margaret M. Markey (D) 84-32 Grand Ave., Elmhurst, NY 11373 ................................. (718) 651-3185 31 Michele R. Titus (D) 19-31 Mott Avenue Room 301 Far Rockaway, NY 11691 ....................... (718) 327-1845 32 Vivian E. Cook (D) 142-15 Rockaway Blvd., So. Ozone Park, NY11436 ....................... (718) 322-3975 33 Barbara M. Clark (D) 97-01 Springfield Blvd., Queens Village, NY 11429 ....................... (718) 479-2333

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Ivan C. Lafayette (D) 33-46 92nd St., Suite 1 W, Jackson Heights, NY 11372 ... (718) 457-0384 Jeffrion L. Aubry (D) 102-13A Northern Blvd., Corona, NY 11368 ................................... (718) 457-3615 Michael N. Gianaris (D) 21-77 31st St. Suite 107 Astoria, NY 11105 .................................... (718) 545-3889 Catherine T. Nolan (D) 61-08 Linden St., Ridgewood, NY 11385 ............................. (718) 456-9492 Anthony S. Seminerio (D) 114-19 Jamaica Ave., Richmond Hill, NY 11418 ......................... (718) 847-0770 Jose R. Peralta (D) 82-11 37th Ave. Jackson Heights, NY 11372 ..................... (718) 458-5367

State Assembly Members from Kings County 40 Diane Gordon (D) 688 New Lots Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11207 ................................. (718) 257-8538 41 Helene E. Weinstein (D) 3520 Nostrand Ave., Bklyn, NY 11229 ...................................... (718) 648-4700 42 Rhoda S. Jacobs (D-L) 2294 Nostrand Ave., Bklyn, NY 11210 ...................................... (718) 434-0446 43 Clarence Norman, Jr. (D-L) 1218 Union St., Bklyn, NY 11226 ...................................... (718) 756-1776 44 James F. Brennan (D) 416 Seventh Ave., Bklyn, NY 11215 ...................................... (718) 788-7221 45 Steven Cymbrowitz (D) 1800 Sheepshead Bay Road, Bklyn, NY 11235 ...................................... (718) 743-4078 46 Adele Cohen (D) 2965 Ocean Pkwy, 4th FI. Bklyn, NY 11235 ........................... (718) 266-0267 47 William Colton (D) 211 Kings Hwy., Bklyn, NY 11223 ................................................. (718) 236-1598 48 Dov Hikind (D) 1310 48th St. 2nd Floor, Bklyn, NY 11219 ................................................. (718) 853-9616 49 Peter J. Abbate, Jr. (D) 8500 18th Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11214 ................................. (718) 236-1764 50 Joseph R. Lentol (D) 619 Lorimer St., Bklyn, NY 11211 ...................................... (718) 383-7474 51 Felix W. Ortiz (D) 404 55th St., Bklyn, NY 11220 ................................................. (718) 492-6334 52 Joan Millman 341 Smith St., Bklyn, NY 11231 ....................................................... (718) 246-4889 53 Vito J. Lopez (D-L) 434 South 5th St., Bklyn, NY 11211 ...................................... (718) 963-7029 54 Darryl C. Towns (D) 264 Jamaica Ave., Bklyn, NY 11207 ...................................... (718) 235-5627 55 Vacant (1/1/03) 56 Annette Robinson (D) 1360 Fulton St. Rm. 417 Bklyn, NY 11216 ...................................... (718) 399-7630 57 Roger L. Green (D) 55 Hanson PI., Rm. 328,

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Bklyn, NY 11217 ...................................... (718) 596-0100 N. Nick Perry (D) 942 Utica Ave., Bklyn, NY 11203 ................................................. (718) 385-3336 Frank R. Seddio (D) 2424 Ralph Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11234-5517 ....................... (718) 968-2770

State Assembly Members from Richmond County 60 Matthew Mirones (R) 34 Dumont Ave. Staten Island, NY 10305 .......................... (718) 667-5891 61 John W. Lavelle (D) 114 Central Avenue Staten Island, NY 10301 ......................... (718) 442-9932 62 Robert A. Straniere (R) 182 Rose Avenue Staten Island, NY 10306 ......................... (718) 667-0314 63 Michael J. Cusick (D) 1911 Richmond Ave. Staten Island, NY 10314 .......................... (718) 370-1384 State Assembly Members from New York County 64 Sheldon Silver (D) 250 Broadway Suite 2307 New York, NY 10007 .............................. (212) 312-1420 65 Alexander B. Pete Grannis (D-L) 1672 1st Ave., New York, NY 10128 ............................... (212) 860-4906 66 Deborah J. Glick (D-L) 853 Bway, Rm. 2120, New York, NY 10003 ............................... (212) 674-5153 67 Scott M. Stringer (D) 230 W. 72nd St., Suite 2F New York, NY 10023 ................. (212) 873-6368 68 Adam Clayton Powell, IV (D)107 E. 116th Street. New York, NY 10029 ............................... (212) 828-3953 69 Daniel J. O'Donnell (D) 245 West 104th Street New York, NY 10025 .............................. (212) 866-3970 70 Keith L. Wright (D) 163 W. 125th St., Suite 920, New York, NY10027 ............... (212) 866-5809 71 Herman D. Farrell, Jr. (D) 2541-55 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., New York, NY10039 ...... (212) 234-1430 72 Adriano Espaillat (D) 210 Sherman Ave., Building Suite A, New York, NY10034 ..... (212) 544-2278 73 Jonathan L. Bing (D) NYC mailing addr.: 847A 2nd Ave #290 NY, NY 10017 ................................ (212) 628-2464 Legislative Office Building Rm. 827, Albany, NY 12248 ................................................. (518) 455-4794 74 Steven Sanders (D) 201 East 16th Street 4th Floor New York, NY 10003 .............................. (212) 979-9696 250 Broadway, Rm 2234 NY, NY 10007 (212) 312-1464 75 Richard N. Gottfried (D) 242 West 27th Street New York, NY 10001 .............................. (212) 807-7900 State Assembly Members from Bronx County 76 Peter M. Rivera (D) 1506 Castle Hill Ave., Bronx, NY 10462 ...................................... (718) 931-2620 77 Aurelia Greene (D-L) 930 Grand Concourse,

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Suite E, Bronx, NY 10451 ........................ (718) 538-2000 Jose Rivera (D) 2488 Grand Concourse Rm. 416 Bronx, NY 10458 ...................................... (718) 933-2204 Gloria Davis (D) 540 E. 169th St., Bronx, NY 10456 ................................................. (718) 588-3119 Jeffrey Klein (D) 728 Lydig Avenue, Bronx, NY 10462 ................................................. (718) 409-0109 Jeffrey Dinowitz (D) 3107 Kingsbridge Ave., Bronx, NY 10463 ...................................... (718) 796-5345 Stephen B. Kaufman (D) 2910 Bruckner Blvd, Bronx, NY 10465 ...................................... (718) 829-7452 Carl E. Heastie (D)1351 East Gunhill Rd. Bronx, NY 10469 ...................................... (718) 654-6539

LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY State Capitol, Rm. 337, Albany, NY 12224 (518) 455-2468 or (518) 455-4000 Provides reference and research assistance to legislators and legislative staff. Open throughout the year. Librarians and assistants appointed by Temporary President of the Senate and Speaker of the Assembly. Legislative Librarian ­ Ellen Breslin Legislative Librarian ­ James Giliberto

NEW YORK STATE LOTTERY

1 Broadway Center, P .O. Box 7500 Schenectady, NY 12301-7500 (518) 388-3300 www.nylottery.org The Lottery was reconstituted by legislation signed into law in April 1976 and was re-organized as an independent unit within the Department of Taxation and Finance. Director has full authority over the administration of the Lottery, the purpose of which is to produce funds for education. Director ­ Margaret DeFrancisco New York Office 175 Varick St., 5th Flr. New York, NY 10014 (646) 486-6100 Regional Director ­ Charles O'Donnell (646) 486-6160 Secretary to the Director ­ Jennifer Millis (646) 486-6160 Claims Center 15 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004 (212) 383-1317 Chief of Claims ­ Thomas Pospisil (212) 383-2652

OFFICE OF MENTAL HEALTH

44 Holland Ave., Albany, NY 12229 (518) 474-4403 Fax: (518) 474-2149 www.omh.state.ny.us

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Established by Chapter 978 of the Laws of 1978. Responsible for planning and administering programs for people diagnosed with mental illness in New York State. James L. Stone, MSW, CSW, Commissioner CHILDREN'S PSYCHIATRIC CENTERS Bronx Children's Psychiatric Center, 1000 Waters Place, Bronx, NY 10461, Director ­ Mark Bienstock (718) 239-3600 Brooklyn Children's Psychiatric Center, 1819 Bergen St., Brooklyn, NY 11233, Director ­ Mark Bienstock (718) 221-4500 Queens Children's Psychiatric Center, 74-03 Commonwealth Blvd., Bellerose, NY 11426, Director ­ Robert Schweitzer, E.d.D. (718) 464-2900 Western NY Children's Psychiatric Center, 1010 East & West Rd. West Seneca, NY 14224 Director ­ Jed Cohen (718) 674-6300 RESEARCH INSTITUTES New York State Psychiatric Institute- 1051 Riverside Dr., New York, NY 10032 Acting Director ­ Timothy Walsh (212) 543-5000 ADULT PSYCHIATRIC CENTERS Facilities operated by the Office of Mental Health, for individuals with a mental illness. Each state psychiatric center has a Board of Visitors composed of seven members appointed by the Governor, with Senate consent. Terms of four years and until successors are appointed. Each such Board must include some representation of the patients served by the facility. The Directors are the Chief Executive Officers of the Psychiatric Centers. They are appointed by the Commissioner of Mental Health. Bronx Psychiatric Center-1500 Waters Place, Bronx, NY 10461 Director ­ LeRoy Carmichael (718) 931-0600 Creedmoor Psychiatric Center-80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village, NY 11427 Executive Director ­ Charlotte Seltzer (718) 464-7500 Kingsboro Psychiatric Center-681 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11203 Executive Director ­ Dean Weinstock (718) 221-7700 Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center-600 E. 125th Street Wards Island, NY 10035 Executive Director ­ Eileen Consilvio M.D. (212) 427-9003 Manhattan Psychiatric Center-Ward's Island, NY 10035 Executive Director ­ (212) 369-0500 So. Beach Psychiatric Center-777 Seaview Ave., S.I, NY 10305 Executive Director ­ Lucy Sarkis, M.D. (718) 761-3500

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Mental Health Services Council Created to advise Commissioner and Office of Mental Health on mental health related issues such as needs and services available to individuals who are chronically mentally ill, elderly, multiply disabled, children and adolescents, and financing of community based services. Composed of the Commissioner of Mental Health (ex-officio), the Chairperson of the Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors and 24 other members appointed by the Governor with Senate consent. Terms three years. No compensation.

OFFICE OF MENTAL RETARDATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

44 Holland Ave., Albany, NY 12229 (518) 473-9689 TTY/TDD (518) 474-3694 Fax: (518) 474-1335 www.omr.state.ny.us Established by Chapter 978 of the Laws of 1978. Responsible for planning and administering programs for persons with mental retardation and developmental disabilities and conducting research into the causes and treatment of mental retardation and developmental disabilities in New York State. Thomas A. Maul, Commissioner of OMADD. Appointed by the Governor with Senate advice and consent, to serve at the pleasure of the Governor. Appointed June 13, 1995. Salary $136,000. (518) 473-1997 Executive Deputy Commissioner ­ Helene DeSanto (518) 474-8115 Agency Ombudsman ­ Tracy Durfee (518) 473-1997 Director of Public Affairs ­ Deborah Sturm Rausch (518) 474-6601 NEW YORK CITY REGIONAL OFFICE 75 Morton St., New York, NY 10014 Associate Commissioner ­ Kathleen M. Broderick (212) 229-3231 Deputy Commissioner for Quality Assurance ­ Jan Abelseth (212) 229-3350 DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES SERVICES OFFICES (DDSO) WITH DEVELOPMENTAL CENTERS (DC) Each Developmental Center has a separate Board of Visitors composed of seven to nine members appointed by the Governor, with Senate consent for a four year term.

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Brooklyn DDSO and DC, Interim Director ­ Peter Uschakow, 888 Fountain Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11208 (718) 642-6000 Bernard Fineson DDSO and DC, Director ­ Janet Wheeler, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Bldg. 12 Queens Village, NY 11427 (718) 217-4242 Metro New York DDSO, Director ­ Hugh D. Tarpley, Ph.D., 75 Morton St., New York, NY 10014 (212) 229-3000 (serves Bronx and Manhattan) Staten Island DDSO, Director- ­ Robert Witkowsky, 1150 Forest Hill Rd., Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 983-5200 RESEARCH INSTITUTE Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities 1050 Forest Hill Road, S.I., NY 10314 (718) 494-0600 Director ­ Piotr B. Kozlowski

NYS COMMISSION ON QUALITY OF CARE FOR THE MENTALLY DISABLED

401 State Street, Schenectady, NY 12305-2397 The Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally Disabled was created by Chapter 655 of the Laws of 1977. The Commission oversees programs operated or licensed by the Office of Mental Health, the Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities and the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. Responsibilities of the Commission include: investigating complaints, including allegations of patient abuse or mistreatment in State operated and State Iicensed mental hygiene facilities; receiving reports of all deaths of patients and determining whether a death warrants investigation; conducting policy, program and cost-effectiveness studies to advise the Governor and the Legislature; providing periodic orientation, training and informational programs to assist the Boards of Visitors of State psychiatric and developmental centers; and administering the State's Protection and Advocacy Program for the Developmentally Disabled (PADD). The Commission is the State's designated agency to provide a Federally funded Protection and Advocacy (P & A) system of services for the developmentally disabled pursuant to Public Law 94-103, and it administers the Federally funded Client Assistance Program (CAP) for persons receiving or seeking vocational rehabilitation services. On October 1, 1986, the Commission assumed responsibility for investigating alleged child abuse involving residents of mental hygiene facilities. In 1986-87, the Commission implemented Public Law 99-319, Protection and Advocacy for Mentally Ill individuals (PAM II) Act, under which the Commission investigates abuse/ mistreatment of the mentally ill persons in residential programs

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and pursues legal and administrative remedies to protect the rights of residents, including problems arising within 90 days of discharge. The Commission also administers the Surrogate Decision Making Program, a program providing a non-judicial, faster and cost effective approach for securing informed consent for major medical care needed by mentally disabled persons living in residential programs. Within the Commission are two advisory bodies, each comprised of 15 members appointed by the Governor. The Mental Hygiene Medical Review Board consists of medical and psychiatric specialists who review deaths at mental hygiene facilities. The Advisory Council to the Commission advises and assists the Commission in developing policies, plans and programs. Gary D. O'Brien ­ Chairman ­ Elizabeth W. Stack ­ Commissioner Angelo T. Muccigrosso­ Commissioner Gary W. Masline ­ Assistant Counsel and Executive Assistant to the Chair (518) 381-7023

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METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

347 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017 (212) 878-7000 Fax: (212) 878-7264 Public Information: (718) 330-3000 www.mtahq.org The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) board is composed of a Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and 18 other members appointed by the Governor with Senate advice and consent. New York City residency required for three of the five members appointed by the Governor; four members appointed on recommendation of the Mayor of New York City; seven appointed on recommendation of County Executives of the counties in which they must reside, as follows: Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Dutchess, Orange, Putnam and Rockland. Members from the latter four counties cast one collective vote. Non-voting members are appointed by the Governor and represent labor and the riding public. Terms six years. Vacancies filled for un-expired terms. Salaries: Chairman, unsalaried. The board comprises the following standing committees: · Committee on Operations of New York City Transit · Committee on Operations of The Long Island Rail Road and the Long Island Bus · Committee on Operations of the Metro-North Railroad · Committee on Operations of Bridges and Tunnels · Committee on Finance

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Committee on Planning/ Real Estate Capital Program Oversight Committee Committee on Audit Committee on Safety & Security

Metropolitan Transportation Authority Term Expires June 30 Peter S. Kalikow, Chair ................................................... 2006 David S. Mack, Vice Chair .............................................. 2003 Ronnie Ackman** ............................................................ 1997 Andrew B. Albert ............................................................. 2006 Nancy Shevell Blakeman ................................................ 2005 Anthony J. Bottalico** ..................................................... 2000 Kenneth A. Caruso .......................................................... 2005 Thomas J. Cassano** ..................................................... 1999 Edward B. Dunn .............................................................. 2005 Barry L. Feinstein ............................................................ 2004 Lawrence Gamache* ...................................................... 2004 James H. Harding, Jr. ..................................................... 2004 Susan L. Kupferman ....................................................... 2008 Mark D. Lebow ................................................................ 2008 James L. McGovern ........................................................ 2006 Joseph Rutigliano** ......................................................... 1997 Ernest Salerno* ............................................................... 2004 Andrew M. Saul ............................................................... 2003 James L. Sedore, Jr.* .................................................... 2004 James S. Simpson .......................................................... 2003 Edward A. Vrooman* ...................................................... 2004 Rudy Washington ............................................................ 2005 Alfred E. Werner ............................................................. 2004 *Casts one collective vote ** Non-voting Member

Executive Director ­ Katherine N. Lapp (212) 878-7274 Chief of Staff to Executive Director ­ Maureen E. Boll (212) 878-7420 Deputy Executive Director/General Counsel ­ Mary Jennings Mahon (212) 878-7172 Deputy Executive Director/Corporate Affairs & Communications ­ Cristopher P. Boylan (212) 878-7160 Auditor General ­ Paul Spinelli (212) 878-0208 Director, Labor Relations ­ Gary J. Dellaverson (212) 878-7438 Director, Budgets & Financial Management ­ Gary G. Caplan (212) 878-7130 Director, Finance ­ Kimberly Paparello (212) 878-7278 Deputy Executive Director/ Director of Security--Louis R. Anemone (212) 878-7155 MTA Police Chief ­ James D. O'Donnell (212) 878-1146 Press Secretary ­ Thomas J. Kelly (212) 878-7440

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

MTA New York City Transit 370 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 330-3000 Fax: (718) 243-8501 www.mta.nyc.ny.us

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The board of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority constitutes the board of New York City Transit. Provides subway service in four and bus service in five New York City counties, and rail service on Staten Island. Also under Transit Authority jurisdiction is the 6.5 mile long South Brooklyn Railway, which hauls freight from the Brooklyn waterfront at Bush Terminal to Coney Island. Chairman ­ Peter S. Kalikow President ­ Lawrence G. Reuter (718) 243-4321 Executive Vice President ­ Barbara R. Spencer (718) 243-3052 Senior Vice Presidents: Subways ­ Michael Lombardi, Acting (718) 243-4567 Buses ­ Millard L. Seay (718) 243-4186 Capital Program Management ­ Mysore Nagaraja (646) 252-4277 MetroCard Operations ­ Thomas Savage (718) 234-8881 Telecommunications & Information Services ­ Gerald Provenzano (718) 243-8000 Vice Presidents: General Counsel ­ Martin Schnabel (718) 694-3900 Labor Relations ­ Ralph Agritelley (718) 243-3218 Human Resources ­ Kevin Hyland (718) 243-3111 Public Affairs ­ Paul J. Fleuranges (718) 243-3140 System Safety ­ Cheryl Kennedy (718) 243-4780 Director, Office of Management and Budget ­ Harvey Poris (718) 694-1090 MTA Long Island Rail Road Jamaica Station, Jamaica, NY 11435 (718) 558-8228 Fax: (718) 558-8212 www.mta.nyc.ny.us The board of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority constitutes the board of the LlRR. Provides commuter rail transportation services within Nassau and Suffolk counties and New York City. Chairman ­ Peter S. Kalikow President ­ Neil S. Yellin (718) 558-8252 Executive Vice President ­ Albert Cosenza (718) 558-7993 Senior Vice President, Operations ­ James Dermody (718) 558-8193

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Vice President and Chief Financial Officer ­ Nicholas DiMola (718) 558-7777 V.P., Planning, Technology and Capital Program Mgmt. ­ John Coulter (718) 558-7363 V.P., Labor Relations ­ Vacant (718) 558-7405 V.P., Market Development and Public Affairs ­ Brian P. Dolan (718) 558-7301 General Counsel & Secretary ­ Mary Mahon (718) 558-8264 Executive Director, Diversity Management ­ Mercedes Commodore (718) 558-7504 Executive Director, Human Resources ­ Rosanne Neville (718) 558-7545 MTA Long Island Bus 700 Commercial Ave., Garden City, NY 11530 (516) 542-0100 Fax: (516) 542-1428 www.mta.nyc.ny.us The board of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority constitutes the board of Long Island Bus. Operates omnibus facilities within Nassau County, eastern Queens and western Suffolk counties. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer ­ Peter S. Kalikow President ­ Neil S. Yellin Ext. 4525 Sr. Vice President, Operations ­ William Norwich Ext. 4334 Vice President, Administration ­ James Campbell Ext. 4345 Vice President, Finance ­ Joseph Pokorny Ext. 4439 General Counsel ­ Lawrence Schaeffer Ext. 4358 Senior Director of Operations Planning and Support­ Frank Ryan Ext. 4334 Director, Communications ­ Jane Pearlson Ext. 4352 MTA Metro-North Rail Road 347 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017 (212) 340-3000 Fax: (212) 340-4995 www.mta.info The board of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority constitutes the board of Metro-North. Provides commuter rail service in Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, and Rockland counties, and in Connecticut and New York City. Also contracts for operation of the New York State portion of NJ Transit's Port Jervis and Pascack Valley lines. The Connecticut portion of the New Haven line is operated by Metro-North under a service contract with MTA and the Connecticut Dept. of Transportation. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer ­ Peter S. Kalikow President ­ Peter A. Cannito (212) 340-2677

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Executive Vice President ­ Genevieve Firnhaber (212) 340-2636 Vice Presidents: Operations ­ George Walker (212) 499-4300 Planning & Development ­ Howard R. Permut (212) 340-2500 Human Resources ­ Gregory Bradley (212) 340-2172 Gen. Counsel & Secretary ­ Richard Bernard (212) 340-4933 Director, Government & Community Relations ­ Mark Mannix (212) 340-3024 Director, Corporate & Media Relations ­ Donna M. Evans (212) 672-1201 MTA Bridges and Tunnels The Robert Moses Building Randall's Island, New York, NY 10035 (646) 252-7000 www.mta.nyc.ny.us/bandt/bt.html The board of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority constitutes the board of the MTA Bridges and Tunnels. The MTA Bridges and Tunnels has a dual role: to operate seven bridges and two tunnels (listed below) and to provide surplus toll revenues to help support public transit. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer ­ Peter S. Kalikow President ­ Michael C. Ascher (212) 360-3100 Chief Financial Officer ­ David Moretti (646) 252-7100 General Counsel ­ Robert M. O'Brien (646) 252-7617 Vice Presidents: Engineering & Construction ­ Stan Vonasek (212) 360-3080 Labor Relations ­ Sharon Gallo-Kotcher (212) 360-3015 Operations ­ Martha Walther (212) 360-3060 Staff Services ­ Catherine Sweeney (646) 252-7421 Procurement ­ Roy V. Parks (646) 252-7084 Chief Health & Safety Officer ­ Barbara Athey (212) 360-4161 Chief Technology Officer ­ Wael Hibri (646) 252-7230 Chief Maintenance Officer ­ Gerard Potschantek (212) 360-3096 Chief Security Officer ­ Robert Porter (212) 360-2845 Chief of Staff Operations ­ Timothy W. Baker (212) 360-3020 Director, Public Affairs ­ Frank Pascual (646) 252-7416 BRIDGES, TUNNELS & OTHER FACILITIES UNDER JURISDICTION OF MTA BRIDGES AND TUNNELS Bronx-Whitestone Bridge-Crossing East River betw. Hutchinson River Pkwy., Bronx, and Cross Island Pkwy., Whitestone Expressway, Queens.

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Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel-crossing East River betw. the Battery, Miller (West Side) Highway, Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive, Manhattan and Bklyn-Queens Expressway, Hamilton Ave., Bklyn. Cross Bay Veterans Memorial Bridge-Crossing Broad Channel in Jamaica Bay betw. Cross Bay Blvd., Queens, and Beach Channel Drive, Rockaway Peninsula, Queens. Henry Hudson Bridge-Crossing Harlem River at Spuyten Duyvil betw. segments of Henry Hudson Pkwy. in Manhattan and Bronx. Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge-Crossing Rockaway inlet betw. Flatbush Ave., Bklyn, and Beach Channel Drive, Rockaway Peninsula, Queens. Queens Midtown Tunnel-Crossing East River betw. E. 36th St., Manhattan, and Long Island Expressway, Queens. Throgs Neck Bridge-Crossing East River betw. Cross Bronx Expressway, Throgs Neck Expressway, Bronx, and Clearview Expressway, Cross Island Pkwy., Queens. Triborough Bridge-Crossing Harlem River and East River, connecting East 125th St., Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive and Harlem River Drive, Manhattan; Bruckner Expressway, Major Deegan Expressway, Bronx, and Astoria Blvd., Grand Central Pkwy., Bklyn-Queens Expressway, Queens. Verrazano-Narrows Bridge-Crossing the Narrows betw. Staten Island Expressway, Staten Island, and Bklyn-Queens Gowanus Expressway, Shore Parkway, Bklyn. Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee to the MTA 347 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017 (212) 878-7087 www.pcac.org e-mail: [email protected] The coordinating body and funding mechanism for the three riders councils created by the New York State Legislature in 1981: the Long Island Rail Road Commuters Council (LIRRCC); the MetroNorth Railroad Commuter Council (MNRCC); and the New York City Transit Riders Council (NYCTRC). The PCAC and Councils serve to give users of MTA public transportation services a voice in the formulation and implementation of MTA policy and to hold the MTA Board and management accountable to riders. Chair ­ James Blair First Vice Chair ­ Stephen F. Wilder Second Vice Chair ­ Barbara Josepher Chair, LlRRCC ­ James L. McGovern Chair, MNRCC ­ Richard Cataggio Chair, NYCTRC ­ Andrew B. Albert Executive Director ­ Beverly Dolinsky Associate Director ­ Katherine Brower

Military and Naval Affairs

111 West 40th St., New York, NY 10018 (212) 878-0000 Fraud, Abuse & Complaint Hot Line (800) MTA-IG4U Fax: (212) 878-0105 www.mtaig.state.ny.us

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MTA OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL

Created as an independent oversight agency to review the operations of the MTA and its constituent agencies: the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority (MaBSTOA), Metro-North Commuter Railroad (Metro-North), Metropolitan Suburban Bus Authority (MSBA), the New York City Transit Authority (TA), Staten Island Rapid Transit Operating Authority (SIRTOA), and the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority (TBTA). The Inspector General is appointed by the Governor with Senate advice and consent for a five year term. The office conducts audits and investigations on its own initiative, as well as those proposed from other sources.

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NY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION COUNCIL

45-46 21st Street, Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 472-3046 The official metropolitan planning organization designated by the Governor for the New York metropolitan area. Organized July 1, 1982; an association of governments, transportation providers and environmental agencies. Coordinates transportation planning in Nassau, Putnam, Rockland, Suffolk and Westchester counties and New York City. Prepares travel related forecasts. Serves as a cooperative forum for regional transportation planning. Collects, analyzes, and interprets travel-related data. Three major products: the five-year Transportation Improvement Program; the annual planning work program for Council members; and a long-range transportation plan for the region. Executive Director ­ Tom Schulze, P.E. (718) 472-3199 Deputy Director ­ Alan Borenstein (718) 472-3200 Chief of Staff ­ Norma P. Hessic (718) 472-3291

DIVISION OF MILITARY AND NAVAL AFFAIRS

330 Old Niskayuna Rd., Latham, NY 12110-2224 (518) 786-4500; Fax: (518) 786-4325 24 Hour Number (518) 459-2550 www.dmna.state.ny.us

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Administers the State Militia Forces comprised of the New York Army National Guard, New York Air National Guard, New York Naval Militia and New York Guard. The Governor is Commander-in-Chief. Maj. Gen. Thomas P. Maguire, Jr., heads the Division, serving as The Adjutant General; Commander, New York Air National Guard; and member of the State Disaster Preparedness Commission. Appointed August 9, 2001. Deputy Adjutant General ­ BG William C. Martin (518) 786-4502 Chief of Staff ­ COL F. David Sheppard (518) 786-4506 Federal Inspector General ­ COL Gary Owens (518) 786-4693 Director, Public Affairs ­ P. C. Pete Kutschera (518) 786-4581 Media Relations Chief ­ Scott O. Sandman (518) 786-4581 Director, Government and Legislative Affairs ­ Scott Hommel (518) 786-4580 Headquarters New York Air National Guard 330 Niskayuna Rd., Latham, NY 12110-2224 (518) 786-4323 Commander ­ Maj. Gen. Thomas P. Maguire, Jr. Assistant Adjutant General for Air ­ Maj. Gen. Archie Berberian Headquarters New York Army National Guard 330 Old Niskayuna Rd. Latham, NY 12110-2224 Commander ­ BG Edward Klein (518) 786-4510 Headquarters Naval Militia 330 Old Niskayuna Rd., Latham, NY 12110-2224 Commanding Officer ­ RADM Robert A. Rosen (518) 786-4584 33 South Service Rd., Jericho, NY 11753 (516) 333-2000 New York Guard 330 Old Niskayuna Rd., Latham, NY 12110-2224 Commander ­ BG Thomas G. Cleland (518) 786-4714 State Emergency Management Office (SEMO) Public Safety Bldg., State Campus, Albany, NY 12226-5000 (518) 457-2222 SEMO reports operationally to the Director of State Operations, Executive Chamber, and reports administratively to the Division of Military and Naval Affairs (DMNA). It also provides full time operational staffing for the DPC. Director ­ Edward F. Jacoby, Jr. (518) 457-2222 State Emergency Coordination Center (518) 457-2200

Mortgage Agency, State of NY

641 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10022 (212) 688-4000 www.nyhomes.org

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STATE OF NEW YORK MORTGAGE AGENCY

Created in 1970, SONYMA issues mortgage revenue bonds to provide below market rate mortgage loans for single family housing and provides mortgage insurance on loans for the acquisition, refinancing, and rehabilitation of residential, community service and certain retail facilities for qualifying projects. Members serve until reappointed or until a successor is appointed or reappointed.

Directors Term Expires Joseph Strasburg, Chair, .................................... Jan. 1, 2003 appointed by Governor Jerome M. Becker, Vice-Chair, ........................... Jan. 1, 2006 appointed by Governor Christopher J. Cade ............................................. Jan. 1 2005 appointed by Governor Carole E. Stone, NYS Division of the Budget .......... Ex-officio Judith A. Calogero, Commissioner, NYS Division of Housing and Community Renewal ..... Ex-officio Elizabeth McCaul, Acting Superintendent of Banks . Ex-officio Howard C. Nolan, Jr., Esq. appointed by Comptroller Leonard I. Weinstock, appointed by Speaker of the Assembly Edward A. Szala, Senate appointee

President and C.E.O. ­ Stephen J. Hunt, Ext. 301 VP Policy & Planning ­ Tracy A. Oats, Ext. 678

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DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES

6 Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12228 (518) 474-0841 www.nysdmv.com DMV NYC Call Center: Manhattan, Bronx (212) 645-5550 Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island (718) 966-6155 Registers and titles motor vehicles, motorboats, snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles; licenses drivers, dealers, repair shops, inspection stations and driving schools, and hears consumer complaints against those businesses. Approves driver training programs, establishes uniformity in traffic regulation. Hears and determines most moving violations in Buffalo, Rochester, New York City, and Western Suffolk County. Commissioner chairs Governor's Traffic Safety Committee. Raymond P. Martinez, Commissioner of Motor Vehicles

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Executive Deputy Commissioner ­ Renato Donato, Jr. (518) 474-0846 Deputy Commissioners: Legal Affairs-Counsel ­ Jill A. Dunn (518) 474-1003 Administration ­ Gregory J. Kline (518) 474-6876 Operations and Customer Service ­ John C. Hilliard (518) 473-5127 Safety, Consumer Protection & Clean Air ­ Donald F. Savage (518) 402-4860 Assistant Commissioners: Operations ­ Vacant (518) 473-1489 Transportation Safety ­ Robert Dingman (518) 474-0972 Associate Commissioners: Marketing/Product Development ­ Donald LaHart (518) 486-5496 Office of Communications ­ Joseph Picchi (518) 473-7000 DISTRICT OFFICES Bronx ­ 696 East Fordham Road, Bronx, NY 10458 Brooklyn ­ 481 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201 2875 West 8th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11224 Manhattan ­ 11 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10004 Harlem-2110 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., New York, NY 10027 (Corner of West 126th Street) Herald Square, 1293-1311 Broadway, New York, NY 10001 License X-Press, 300 W. 34th Street, New York, NY 10001 Queens-168-46 91st Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11432 30-56 Whitestone Expressway, Flushing, NY 11354-1946 168-35 Rockaway Boulevard, Jamaica NY 11134 Richmond-141 East Service Road, Staten Island, NY 10314 TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS BUREAUS All NYC Offices: (718) 488-5710 2455 Sedgwick Avenue, Bronx NY 10468 Bronx-696 East Fordham Road, Bronx, NY 10458 Brooklyn-(North) 30 Rockwell Place, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (South) 2875 West 8th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11224 Manhattan-2116 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., NY, NY 10027 19 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, NY, NY 10006 Queens-(North) 30-56 Whitestone Expwy., Flushing, NY 11354 (South) 168-35 Rockaway Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11434 Richmond-141 East Service Road, Staten Island, NY 10314

MUNICIPAL ASSISTANCE CORPORATION

25 W. 45th St., Suite 1406, New York, NY 10036 (212) 840-8255 Fax: (212) 840-8570

Municipal Bond Bank Agency

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Composed of nine Directors, appointed by the Governor with advice and consent of the Senate; four chosen on written recommendation of the Mayor of the City of New York. Chair appointed by the Governor. Terms: four years. No compensation.

Board of Directors: Jonathan A. Ballan, Esq. Chair, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky abd Popeo, PC 666 3rd Avenue, 24th Floor, New York, NY 10017 Kenneth J. Bialkin, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, 4 Times Sq., 44th Flr., New York, NY 10036 Abraham Biderman, Lipper & Company, Exec. V.P., 101 Park Ave., New York, NY 10178 Joel B. Mounty, Mounteo Construction & Development Corp., 700 White Plains Rd., Scarsdale, NY 10583 Ann Daly Printon, 188 East 70th St., Apt, 18C, NY, NY 10021 Martin S. Berger, Robert Martin & Company,LLC 100 Clearbrook, Road, Elmsford, NY 10523 Joseph H. Holland, 320 Convent Avenue, New York, NY 10031

Executive Director ­ Nancy H. Henze

NYS MUNICIPAL BOND BANK AGENCY

641 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10022 (212) 688-4000 Fax: (212) 872-0789 MBBA was created in 1972 to foster and promote the provision of adequate capital markets for, and to facilitate borrowings by, the State's municipalities for their public improvements or purposes; to assist those municipalities in fulfilling their needs for improvements by the creation of indebtedness; and further, to encourage continued investor interest in the purchase of bonds or notes of municipalities as sound and preferred securities for investment. The membership of MBBA consists of the State Comptroller (or a director appointed by the Comptroller), the Secretary of State, the Director of the Budget and the Chairman of the NYS Housing Finance Agency, and three additional directors appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, at least one of whom must be an elected official of a municipality. The directors appointed by the Governor serve for the full or unexpired portions of four-year terms.

Directors Term Expires Jerome M. Becker, Chairman NYS Housing Finance Agency ...................................... 1/1/05 Randy A. Daniels, Secretary of State ......................... Ex-officio Carole E. Stone, Director of the Division of Budget .... Ex-officio Howard C. Nolan, Jr., Comptroller appointee

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Kenneth M. Bialo, Vice Chairman elected municipal official appointed by Governor ..................................... 1/1/06 F. Michael Stapleton, appointed by the Governor ............ 1/1/04 Michael J. Townsend, appointed by the Governor .......... 1/1/04

NORTHEASTERN QUEENS NATURE AND HISTORICAL PRESERVE COMMISSION

Bldg. 635, Bayside St. (Box 5) Fort Totten, Queens, NY 11359 (718) 229-8805 Fax: (718) 229-6131 www.sneq.com Composed of seven members appointed by the Governor. Members select Chair and Vice Chair from among themselves. Terms: five years. No compensation. Members serve until a successor is appointed and has qualified.

Term Expires Members Feb. 21 Lucile P. Helfat, Chair ..................................................... 2005 *Robert J. Bishop, Vice Chair ......................................... 2002 Elias Betzios ................................................................... 2004 CaroI A. Gresser ............................................................. 2004 Bernard Haber ................................................................ 2004 Constance Mandina ........................................................ 2005 *Aline Euler ..................................................................... 2002

Executive Director ­ Joan M. Vogt

*Reapointment in process

OFFICE OF PARKS, RECREATION AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Agency Bldg. No.1, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12238 (518) 474-0456 NYC Office: Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. State Office Building 163 W. 125th Street, New York, NY 10027 (212) 866-2740 Responsible to the Governor for administration of a statewide system of 164 State Parks, 37 State Historic Sites as well as recreational and cultural programming within these facilities and as outreach from them. Additionally, the Office manages numerous State and Federal grant in aid programs relating to parklands, recreation and historic preservation; administers the Heritage Areas program, the State Navigation law, boating and recreational vehicle safety and education programs, and varied athletic programs including the Empire State Games. The Office comprises 11 regions and statewide administrative offices in Albany. It also includes the State Council of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation and the State Board for Historic Preservation. Bernadette Castro, Commissioner, State Historic

Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation

Preservation Officer

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Assistant Deputy Commissioner, NYC State Park Region ­ Maryellen Kris (212) 866-2740 State Park, Recreation and Historic Preservation Commission for the City Of New York Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. State Office Building 163 W. 125th Street, New York, NY 10027 (212) 866-2740 Acts as the central advisory agency on all matters affecting parks, outdoor recreation and historic preservation within the New York City State Park Region. Seven members appointed for seven year terms by the Governor with the advice and consent of the State Senate. Edward F. Cox, Chair Theodore Roosevelt, IV Myra Mahon Jeffery E. Livingston Cynthia Wainwright Seema Goldstein Adrian Benepe NYS Board For Historic Preservation Peebles Island, 219 Delaware Ave, Waterford, NY 12188 (518) 237-8643 Created by legislation enacted in 1972 and expanded under the State Historic Preservation Act of 1980. A thirteen member unsalaried Board. Eight members appointed by the Governor; plus as ex-officio members, the Commissioner of Education, the Chair of the State Council of Parks, the Chair of the New York State Council on the Arts, the Secretary of State and the Commissioner of the Dept. of Environmental Conservation. Robert B. Mackay, Chair, Setauket, NY Christina R. Davis, New York, NY Frank Sanchis, Peekskill, NY Elise Johnson-Schmidt, Corning, NY Elizabeth L. Watson, Cold Spring Harbor, NY Joseph Ryan, Buchanan, NY Arete Swartz Warren, New York, NY Executive Secretary ­ Robert D. Kuhn Deputy Commissioner for Historic Preservation ­ Vacant

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NYS Council Of Parks, Recreation And Historic Preservation Agency Bldg., No.1, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12238 (518)-474-0456 Consists of the chairs of the 11 regional park commissions, the Chair of the State Board for Historic Preservation, the Commissioner of Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation and the Commissioner of DEC. Reviews and makes recommendations on policy, budget and statewide plans of the Office, and submits reports on its activities to the Governor. Acts as an advisory board on matters affecting parks, recreation and historic preservation. Meets four times per year. Chair and NYC Regional Chair ­ Edward F. Cox Executive Secretary ­ Commissioner Bernadette Castro

DIVISION OF PAROLE

97 Central Ave., Albany, NY 12206 (518) 473-9400 Fax: (518) 473-6037 NYC Office: 119 W. 31st St., New York, NY 10001 (212) 736-9924 Fax: (212) 736-0211 E-mail: [email protected]YSNET.NET The Parole Board is an administrative body within the Division of Parole possessing the powers and duties specified in Section 259-c of the New York Executive Law. The Board consists of up to nineteen members appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the NY State Senate. The term of office of each member of the Board is normally six years. However, any member chosen to fill a vacancy occurring other than by expiration of term is appointed for the remainder of the un-expired term of the member whom he or she is to succeed. Salaries: Chair, $120,800, members, $101,600. Chair ­ Brion D. Travis

Members: Roslyn Block, New York Daizzee D. Bouey, New York Vanessa A. Clarke, Albany William R. Crowe, Buffalo Robert Dennison, New York Daniel J. Doyle, Rochester Marietta S. Gailor, Albany George C. Johnson, Buffalo Debra J. Loomis, Albany G. Kevin Ludlow, Albany Vernon C. Manley, New York

State Police, Division of

Edward R. Mevec, New York Gino M. Nitti, Rochester Irene Platt, New York Ileana Rodriguez, New York Lawrence C. Scott, Rochester Walter Wm. Smith, Jr., Buffalo Patricia R. Tappan, Albany Guy R. Vizzie, Jr., Albany Special Assistant to the Board ­ Anthony Companion Executive Director ­ Martin Cirincione (518) 473-9672 Special Assistant to the Chairman ­ Thomas Grant (518) 486-4631 Special Assistant to the Chairman ­ John Rogan (518) 473-9548

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NEW YORK REGIONAL OFFICE Director of Downstate Field Operations ­ Carl Cornelius (212) 239-5727 Manhattan/Bronx Director ­ Angela Jimenez (212) 736-9880 Brooklyn/Queens Director ­ James Dress (718) 254-2008

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DIVISION OF NEW YORK STATE POLICE

1220 Washington Ave., Bldg. #22, State Campus, Albany, NY 12226 (518) 457-6811 www.troopers.state.ny.us The Division of State Police is authorized by section 223 of the Executive Law. The Division is a full service law enforcement agency whose goal is to provide effective, cost efficient police service to the people of New York State. Its members strive to preserve peace, enforce laws, protect life and property, detect and prevent crime and arrest violators. The Division operates the New York Statewide Police Information Network (NYSPIN), which serves the entire criminal justice community by providing timely access to police information, Department of Motor Vehicles, the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System and the National Crime Information Center via more than 800 computer terminals, and hundreds of additional computer-to-computer interfaces around the state. James W. McMahon, Superintendent of State Police. Appointed by the Governor with consent of the Senate. First Deputy Superintendent ­ Wayne E. Bennett Dep. Superintendent, Field Command ­ William J. DeBlock Deputy Superintendent, Administration ­ David L. Christler Deputy Superintendent, Employee Relations ­ Deborah J. Campbell Deputy Superintendent, Internal Affairs ­ Harry J. Corbitt

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THE PORT AUTHORITY OF NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY

225 Park Avenue South, New York 10003 (212) 435-7000 www.panynj.gov Empowered to purchase, construct, lease and operate terminal, transportation and other facilities of commerce within the Port District as defined by law. As a financially self-supporting organization, the Port Authority does not receive tax revenue from any state or local jurisdiction and has no power to tax. The agency relies on revenues generated form facility operations and major capital projects are financed with the issuance of the authority's own bonds. The Board of Commissioners is composed of 12 commissioners, 6 each from New York and New Jersey, appointed by the Governors of the respective states, with each state's Senate consent for overlapping terms of 6 years each. No salary. The Chair elected by Commissioners, with the consent of the two governors. Board meets last Thursday of the month and on an asneeded basis. Commissioners whose terms expire continue to serve until reappointment or appointment of a successor.

Term Expires Board of Commissioners June 30 Jack G. Sinagra, Chairman ............................................. 2006 Charles A. Gargano, Vice Chairman ............................... 2006 Bruce A. Blakeman ......................................................... 2008 Michael J. Chasanoff ...................................................... 2004 Charles Kushner ............................................................. 2005 David S. Mack ................................................................. 2003 Raymond M. Pocino ........................................................ 2003 Anthony J. Sartor ............................................................ 2007 Henry R. Silverman ......................................................... 2005 Anastasia M. Song .......................................................... 2001 David S. Steiner .............................................................. 2008

Executive Director ­ Joseph J. Seymour (212) 435-7271 Deputy Executive Director ­ Michael DeCotiis (212) 435-6667 Chief Engineer ­ Francis J. Lombardi (212) 435-7449 Chief Financial Officer ­ Charles F. McClafferty (212) 435-7738 Chief Operating Officer ­ Ernesto L. Butcher (212) 435-7887 Chief, Regional & Economic Development ­ A. Paul Blanco (973) 565-5502 Chief of Public & Government Affairs ­ Michael A. Petralia (212) 435-6502 Chief of Staff ­ Edmond F. Schorno (212) 435-6688 Chief Administrative Officer ­ Louis J. LaCapra (212) 435-8140

Port Authority of NY & NJ

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Chief Technology Officer ­ Gregory G. Burnham (212) 435-2711 General Counsel ­ Jeffrey S. Green (212) 435-6910 Audit Department Director ­ John D. Brill (201) 216-6017 Aviation Department Director ­ William R. DeCota (212) 435-3703 Comptroller ­ Michael Fabiano (201) 216-6900 Financial Services Department Director ­ Edward L. Jackson (212) 435-7912 Government and Community Relations Department Director ­ Sean Walsh (212) 435-6553 Human Resources Department Director ­ Michael G. Massiah (212) 435-2842 Labor Relations Department Director ­ Paul D. Segalini (973) 792-3580 Inspector General ­ Robert E. Van Etten (973) 565-4330 Office of Forecasting and Capital Planning Director ­ Douglas L. Smith (212) 435-5990 Office of Operations & Emergency Management Director ­ John P. Paczkowski (201) 595-4670 Operations Services Department Director ­ Alan I. Rhome (201) 216-2800 Policy and Planning Department Director ­ Cruz C. Russell (212) 435-4469 Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation (PATH) Director/General Manager ­ Michael P. DePallo (201) 216-6199 Port Commerce Department Director ­ Richard M. Larrabee (212) 435-4218 Priority Capital Programs Director ­ Anthony G. Cracchiolo (212) 435-5529 Procurement Department Director ­ Cecile O. Pace (212) 435-3900 Public Affairs Department Director ­ Kayla M. Bergeron (212) 435-8041 Public Safety Department Director/ Superintendent of Police ­ Charles DeRienzo (201) 239-3575 Real Estate Department Director (Acting)­ James T. Connors (212) 435-8242 Secretary ­ Karen E. Eastman (212) 435-6528 Treasurer ­ Bruce D. Bohlen (212) 435-7700 Tunnels, Bridges& Terminals Department Director ­ Kenneth P. Philmus (212) 435-4800 Government and Community Relations Department New York City/State Affairs Program Director ­ Charles E. Meara (212) 435-6902 New Jersey Affairs Program Asst. Director ­ Arthur Cifelli (212) 435-6903

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Washington Representative ­ Paul H. Bea, Jr. (202) 887-5240 Public Safety Department Headquarters - 241 Erie St., Room 302, Jersey City, NJ 07310 Central Police Desk ­ 1 PATH Plaza, 2nd Floor, Jersey City, NJ 07306 24-hours (212) 435-6300; (201) 216-6800 Air Terminals Under Jurisdiction of the Port Authority JFK International Airport-Bldg. 14, Jamaica, NY 11430 Operations (718) 244-3800; Police Desk (718) 244-4335 LaGuardia Airport-94th St. and Grand Central Parkway, Jackson Heights, NY; Mailing address: LaGuardia Airport Station, Flushing, NY 11371; Operations (718) 533-3700; Police Desk (718) 533-3900 Newark Liberty International Airport-Tower Rd., Bldg. 10, Newark, NJ 07114; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (973) 961-6000; Aeronautical Operations (973) 961-6015; Police Desk (973) 961-6230 Port Authority Downtown Manhattan Heliport-Pier 6, New York, NY 10004 (212) 248-7240 Teterboro Airport-90 Moonachie Ave., Teterboro, NJ 07608 (American Port Services) (201) 288-5218 (Airborne Services) (201) 288-2761 Tunnels, Bridges and Terminals Under Jurisdiction of the Port Authority Customer Information 1-800-221-9903; TTY: 1-800-733-8899 Electronic Toll Collection (E-ZPass): 1-800-333-8655 Bayonne Bridge-From Bayonne, NJ, crossing Kill Van Kull to Port Richmond, S.I.; Communications Center (718) 390-2502 George Washington Bridge-From W. 178th St., Manhattan, crossing the Hudson River to Fort Lee, NJ Communications Center (201) 346-4100 George Washington Bridge Bus Station-4211 Broadway, New York, NY 10033; Communications Center (201) 346-4100; Bus information (212) 564-8484 Goethals Bridge-From Elizabeth, NJ, crossing Arthur Kill, to Howland Hook, S.I. (718) 390-2524; Communications Center (718) 390-2502 Holland Tunnel-From Canal St., Manhattan, under the Hudson River, to Jersey City, NJ; Communications Center (201) 714-7400 Lincoln Tunnel-From W. 40th St., Manhattan, under the Hudson River, to Weehawken, NJ Communications Center (201) 617-8115 Outerbridge Crossing-From Perth Amboy, NJ, crossing Arthur Kill, to Tottenville, S.I.; Communications Center (718) 390-2502

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Port Authority Bus Terminal-625 8th Ave., New York, NY 10018 (212) 502-2240; Bus Terminal Police (212) 502-2500; Bus Information (212) 564-8484; Communications Center (212) 502-2244 Economic Development Department Services and Facilities Under Jurisdiction of the Port Authority Bathgate Industrial Park-1610 Bathgate Ave., Bronx, NY 10457 (718) 901-7320 Essex County Resource Recovery-1 Riverfront Plaza, 9th Floor, Newark, NJ 07102 (973) 565-5515 Ferry Services (intra-city and bistate)-1 Riverfront Plaza, 9th Floor, Newark, NJ 07102 (973) 565-5505 Office of Business and Job Opportunity-Newark Legal Center, 1 Riverfront Plaza, 9th fl., Newark, NJ 07102 (973) 565-5543 The Teleport-1 Teleport Dr., Staten Island, NY 10311 (718) 355-2228 Port Commerce Department Facilities Under Jurisdiction of the Port Authority New York Marine Facilities (Brooklyn Piers/Red Hook/Howland Hook)-90 Columbia St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 330-2950 New Jersey Marine Facilities (Port Newark Marine Terminal/ Elizabeth-Port Authority Marine Terminal/lndustrial Park at Elizabeth/Auto Marine Terminal)-260 Kellogg St., Port Newark, Newark NJ, 07114 (973) 589-7100 Waterfront Development (The South Waterfront at Hoboken) Queens West Waterfront Development 1 Riverfront Plaza, 9th Floor, Newark, NJ 07102 (973) 565-5522 European Headquarters-4 Stratford Place, London, England, WIN 9AE, Tele. # 011-44-207-659-0320 Asian Headquarters-238 Kokusai Building, 3-1-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 100, Japan, Tele. # 011-81-3-3213-2856 Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation (PATH) A subsidiary of the Port Authority, PATH is a rail transit system connecting New Jersey and New York. 1-800-234-PATH; PATH Police (201) 216-6078

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Journal Square Transportation Center-One PATH Plaza, Jersey City, NJ 07306 (201) 216-6199; PATH Police (201) 216-6078

NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY

123 Main St., White Plains, NY 10601-3170 (914) 681-6200 www.nypa.gov Composed of five Trustees appointed by the Governor, with Senate consent. Term five years and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Trustees designate Chair. Salary: Chair only, $52,500. Removable by the Senate upon recommendation of the Governor. Vacancies filled for un-expired terms.

Trustees Term Expires Louis P. Ciminelli, Buffalo Chair. ........................ May 6, 2005 Gerard D. DiMarco, Rochester ........................... May 6, 2001 Frank S. McCullough, Jr., Harrison ..................... May 6, 2002 Timothy S. Carey, Montrose ............................... May 6, 2005 Joseph J. Seymour, Glenmont ............................ May 6, 2006

President and Chief Operating Officer ­ Eugene W. Zeltmann Executive Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel ­ David E. Blabey

DIVISION OF PROBATION AND CORRECTIONAL ALTERNATIVES

80 Wolf Rd. Suite 501., Albany, NY 12205 (518) 485-2395 Fax: (518) 485-5140 dpca.state.ny.us The Division is empowered by Section 243 of the Executive Law to oversee the practice of probation and alternatives to incarceration throughout the State. The agency's mission is to promote and facilitate probation or other community corrections programs through funding and oversight. Sara Tullar Fasoldt, State Director. Appointed by the Governor with Consent of the Senate. Executive Deputy Director ­ Robert Maccarone (518) 485-7692 Secretary to the Director ­ Barbara J. Flanigan (518) 485-7692 Counsel ­ Linda J. Valenti (518) 485-7692 Administrative Officer ­ Howard R. Bancroft (518) 485-7692

Public Authorities Control Board

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NYS PROJECT FINANCE AGENCY

641 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10022 (212) 688-4000 Fax: (212) 872-0789 The New York State Project Finance Agency was created on February 26, 1975, to assist the New York State Urban Development Corporation in the financing of its operations and ultimate completion of projects. The membership consists of the Commissioner of Taxation and Finance, the Commissioner of Housing and Community Renewal, the Director of the Budget, the Chairperson of the New York State Housing Agency and three members appointed by the Governor with the consent of the Senate. The Chairperson of the New York State Housing Finance Agency is Chairperson of the agency. Terms, subsequent to original appointees are six years.

Members Term Expires Jerome M. Becker, Chairman, appointed by Governor ...................................... Jan. 1, 2005 Carole E. Stone, Director, NYS Division of the Budget .................................................. .............Ex-Officio Judith A. Calogero, Commissioner, NYS Division of Housing and Community Renewal .......................... Ex-Officio Arthur J. Roth, Commissioner, NYS Department of Taxation & Finance ................................................. Ex-Officio John B. Mannix, appointed by Governor ............. Dec. 31, 2003 Charles Capetanakis, appointed by Governor .... Dec. 31, 2004

President and C.E.O. ­ Stephen J. Hunt, Ext. 301 VP Policy & Planning ­ Tracy A. Oats, Ext. 678

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PUBLIC AUTHORITIES CONTROL BOARD

State Capitol, Albany, NY 12224 (518) 474-2300 Established by Public Authorities Law, section 50. Oversees acquisition, construction or financing commitments of ten public authorities and their subsidiaries. Originally created in 1976 to oversee the continued financing and construction activities of four so-called moral obligation authorities, PACB presently reviews the financial adequacy of all projects of those authorities within PACB's jurisdiction. Carole E. Stone, State Budget Director, Chair Ronald B. Stafford, Chair, Senate Finance Committee, Voting Member Sheldon Silver, Assembly Speaker Voting Member Thomas K. Duane, Senate Minority, Non-Voting Member George H. Winner, Jr., Assembly Ways and Means Minority, Non-Voting Member Asst. Secretary-Dennis J. Hodges (518) 474-8017

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PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS BOARD

80 Wolf Rd., Albany, NY 12205 (518) 457-6410 NYC Office: 55 Hanson PI. Suite 700, Brooklyn, NY 11217 (718) 722-4545 Buffalo Office: 125 Main St. Gen. Donovan Bldg. Buffalo, NY 14203 (716) 847-3449 Provides mediation, fact finding, and arbitration for resolution of labor disputes; adjudicates representation and unfair labor practices that arise between public employers and their employees. Composed of three members appointed by the Governor, with Senate consent. Chair designated by the Governor. Members may hold no other public office or public employment with the State. Salaries: Chair, $120,800; members, $250 per diem.

Members Michael R. Cuevas, Chair ................................ Marc A. Abbott ................................................. John T. Mitchell ................................................

Term Expires May 31, 2005 May 31, 2003 May 31, 2007

Executive Director ­ James R. Edgar Chief Regional Mediator, NYC Office ­ Philip L. Maier (718) 722-4545 Chief Regional Mediator, Buffalo Office ­ Adam Kaufman (716) 847-3449

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Department of Public Service

Executive offices Albany: 3 Empire State Plaza 12223 (518) 474-7080 NYC: One Penn Plaza New York, NY 10119 (212) 290-4416 Consumer Complaints: (800) 342-3377 The Commission regulates, sets rates for and ensures adequate service by New York State's electric, gas, steam, telecommunications and water utilities. The Commission also exercises jurisdiction over cable companies and the siting of major gas and electric transmission facilities and is responsible for ensuring the safety of natural gas and liquid petroleum pipelines. Commission sessions are usually held every three weeks; special sessions called as required. Composed of five Commissioners, appointed by the Governor (who may increase membership to seven upon certification by Commission as to need in the proper disposition of business), with Senate consent. Chair designated by Governor. Members continue to serve until a successor is appointed and is confirmed. Terms six years, but further certification required at expiration of terms of the two additional members. Salaries: Chair, $127,000; Commissioners, $109,800.

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Members Term Expires William M. Flynn, Albany, NY Chair .................... Feb. 1, 2009 Thomas J. Dunleavy, New York City .................. Feb. 1, 2001 James D. Bennett, Garden City, NY ................... Feb. 1, 2003 Leonard A. Weiss, Albany, NY ............................ Feb. 1, 2004 Neal N. Galvin, Saratoga Springs, NY ................ Feb. 1, 2005

NYS RACING AND WAGERING BOARD

Exec. Office: 1 Watervliet Ave. Ext. Suite 2, Albany, NY 12206 (518) 453-8460 Fax: (518) 453-8490 1 Penn Plaza, 7th FI., New York, NY 10119 (212) 290-4401 Has general jurisdiction over all horse racing (thoroughbred, standardbred and quarter-horse) and all pari-mutuel wagering both on-track and off-track, charitable gaming (bingo, belljar, casino nights, raffles), Native American Casinos and the corporations, associations and persons engaged therein. Members are appointed to six year terms by the governor, with the advice and consent of the senate. Not more than two members shall belong to the same political party. Members serve until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Salaries: Chair, $120,800; other members, $101,600.

STATE

Members Term Expires Michael J. Hoblock, Jr., Albany, Chair ................ Feb. 1, 2008 Cheryl Ritchko Buley, Albany .............................. Feb. 1, 2006 One Vacancy

Executive Director ­ Edward J. Martin Secretary to the Board ­ Sheila Osterhout Public Information Officer ­ Stacy A. Clifford

NYS BOARD OF REAL PROPERTY SERVICES

Sheridan Hollow Plaza, 16 Sheridan Ave., Albany, NY 122102714 (518) 486-5446 Fax: (518) 474-3864 www.orps.state.ny.us Main responsibilities are to establish equalization rates for local governments and help them improve property tax administration. Five Board members appointed by the Governor, with advice and consent of the Senate. Staggered eight-year terms (no two terms expire in the same year). No salary.

Members: Ifigenia T. Brown, Chair John M. Bacheller Frank B. Cernese Michael Joseph 1 vacancy

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Executive Director & Secretary ­Thomas G. Griffen, appointed June, 1995. (518) 474-5711

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF REGULATORY REFORM

Alfred E. Smith Office Bldg., 17th FI., Albany, NY 12225 (518) 486-3292 Fax: (518) 473-9342 www.gorr.state.ny.us and www.nys-permits.org E-mail: [email protected] The Governor's Office of Regulatory Reform (GORR) was established by an Executive Order in 1995 to enhance the growth of private sector jobs in New York within a regulatory environment that protects the public safety and health. The regulations review and reform programs analyze State agency regulations for compliance with criteria prescribed in the Execu- tive Order and the State Administrative Procedure Act to insure that such regulations do not unnecessarily impair the State's economy. The programs include oversight of and assistance to agencies in improving the State's regulatory climate by eliminating unnecessarily prescriptive or inflexible regulations, providing mandate relief to local governments, and requiring that regulations be developed with input from the regulated community and supported by sound data. These efforts may include a negotiated rule making or policy dialogue with those parties affected by proposed or existing regulations and may also require the use of formal cost-benefit analysis or risk assessment to support the need for regulation. GORR's business permits assistance program expedites the permitting process by providing specialized information and assistance to businesses, not-for-profits and individuals regarding State licensing and permitting requirement. Daniel D. Hogan, Director Deputy Director-- David S. Bradley, Business Permit Assistance 1-800-342-3464 Counsel for Regulatory Reform ­ Amelia Stern (518) 473-0620 Regulatory Reform (518) 486-3292

ROOSEVELT ISLAND OPERATING CORP.

591 Main St., Roosevelt Island, New York, NY 10044 (212) 832-4540 Fax: (212) 832-4582 www.rioc.com A public benefit corporation created by the State Legislature in 1984 (Chapter 899, Laws of 1984) to operate, manage and develop Roosevelt Island, effective 1986. Judith A. Calogero, Commissioner, State Division of Housing & Community Renewal ex-officio, Chair Acting President and Chief Operating Officer ­ Patrick Siconolfi

State, Department of

Vice President ­ Vacant General Counsel ­ Kenneth Leitner Chief Financial Officer ­ Patrick Siconolfi AVP/Director of Human Resources ­ Vacant

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OFFICE OF SPECIAL PROJECTS AND PROTOCOL

633 Third Ave., New York, NY 10017 Director ­ Wilson Kimball (212) 681-4580 Assistant Director ­ Kimberly Cullen (212) 681-4580

DEPARTMENT OF STATE

41 State St., Albany, NY 12231 (518) 474-4750 NYC Office, 123 William St., New York, NY 10038-3804 (212) 417-5801 www.dos.state.ny.us E-mail: [email protected] Administers regulatory and service programs; provides ad- vice and technical assistance to local governments and community organizations; fire training and arson prevention assistance; and handles citizen inquiries and complaints. Regulates several occupational licensing programs; registers corporations, trademarks, and service marks; and files uniform commercial code statements. Regulates not-for-profit, nonsectarian cemeteries. Serves as headquarters of the Committee on Open Government (518) 4742518. Publishes the NYS Register, State Constitution, Local Government Handbook, and the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York. Randy A. Daniels, Secretary of State. Appointed by the Governor with the consent of the Senate, to serve at the pleasure of the Governor. Salary $120,800. Counsel to the Secretary [New York] ­ Patrice LeMelle (212) 417-5801 Counsel to the Secretary [Albany] ­ Glen Bruening (518) 474-6740 First Deputy Secretary of State ­ Frank Milano (518) 474-0050 Deputy Secretary of State for Local Government and Community Services ­ John W. Hasper (518) 486-9888 Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs ­ Theresa Smolen (518) 474-4752; Fax: 474-4597 Director, Administration and Management ­ Judith E. Kenny (518) 474-4751 Affirmative Action Officer ­ Antonio Cortes (518) 474-2752; Fax: (518) 473-3294 Administrative Support Services ­ Becky Sebesta (518) 473-8221 Human Resource Management ­ Debra L. Frisch (518) 474-2752

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Fiscal Management ­ Kym Landry (518) 474-2754 Systems Management ­ Steven S. Lovelett (518) 474-8512 Division of Cemeteries 123 William St., New York, NY 10038-3804 (212) 417-5713 41 State St., Albany, NY 12231 (518) 474-6226 The Cemetery Board is composed of the Secretary of State, who is the Chair, the Attorney General, and the State Commissioner of Health. Director ­ Richard D. Fishman Division of Coastal Resources and Waterfront Revitalization 41 State St., Albany, NY 12231 (518) 474-6000 Director ­ George R. Stafford Division of Codes 41 State Street, Albany, NY 12231 (518) 474-4073 Director ­ George Clark Division of Corporations, State Records and Uniform Commercial Code 41 State St., Albany, NY 12231 (518) 473-2492 Director ­ Dan Shapiro (518) 473-2492 Filing, information, Bi-annual Statement and Summons Writs (518) 473-2492 Miscellaneous Record Bureau (418) 474-4770 Corporation Searches ($4/call) (900) 835-2677 Uniform Commercial Code (518) 474-4763 Division of Community Services 41 State Street, Albany, NY 12231 Director ­ Evelyn M. Harris (518) 474-5741 Office of Fire Prevention and Control 41 State Street, Albany, NY 12231 (518) 474-6746 State Fire Administrator ­ James A. Burns Deputy Fire Administrator ­ Daniel T. Caffrey Division of Administrative Rules 41 State Street, Albany, NY 12231 (518) 473-9055 Director ­ Debbie Ritzko Division of Licensing Services 84 Holland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208-3490 (518) 474-0050 Deputy Secretary of State for Business and Licensing ServicesKeith Stack (518) 474-4429 Fax: (518) 473-2730 Committee on Open Government 41 State Street, Albany, NY 12231 (518) 474-2518 Director ­ Robert J. Freeman

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Riverfront Professional Tower 500 Federal St., 5th Flr., Troy, NY 12180-2893 (518) 266-3036 Administers and operates the Division of Tax Appeals, a separate and independent division of the Department of Taxation and Finance. This division conducts formal hearings and renders decisions on disputes involving taxpayers and the Department. Tribunal composed of three members appointed by the Governor and approved by the Senate. Terms: 9 years.

Members Term Expires Donald C. Dewitt, President .............................. Dec. 31, 2004 Carroll R. Jenkins, Commissioner ..................... Dec. 31, 2010 1 Vacancy

Secretary to the Tax Appeals Tribunal ­ Robert P. Rivers Counsel to the Tax Appeals Tribunal ­ Donna M. Gardiner

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DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION AND FINANCE

Bldg. 9, W.A. Harriman Campus, Albany, NY 12227 (518) 457-2244 1740 Broadway, New York, NY 10019-4357 (212) 459-7702 Maintains the treasury and administers the State's tax laws including, in some cases, the administration of related local taxes. This includes income tax on persons, estates and trusts; license tax on foreign corporations; taxes on corporation franchises, real property gains, alcoholic beverages, cigarettes, highway use, motor fuel, stock transfer, pari-mutuel and off-track betting, mortgages, gifts and estates, and State and local sales and use taxes. Arthur J. Roth, Commissioner. Appointed by the Governor with Senate consent. To serve at the pleasure of the Governor. Executive Deputy Commissioner ­ Vacant METROPOLITAN DISTRICT OFFICE 55 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217 Metropolitan Audit Manager ­ Brian Gordon (718) 722-2427 Tax Compliance Manager ­ Richard Center (718) 722-2101 MANHATTAN DISTRICT OFFICE 1740 Broadway, New York, NY 10019-4357 District Audit Manager ­ Samuel Cohen (212) 459-7701

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QUEENS DISTRICT OFFICE 80-02 Kew Gardens Road, 5th Fl., Kew Gardens, NY 11415 District Audit Manager ­ Anthony Vano (718) 459-2891 Tax Compliance Manager ­ Stephen Gosik (718) 459-5393 DIVISION OF THE TREASURY Alfred E. Smith State Office Bldg., Albany, NY 11225 (518) 474-7918 Deputy Commissioner and Treasurer ­ Aida Brewer (518) 474-4250 Deputy Treasurer ­ Vacant (518) 474-4250 OFFICE OF TAX ENFORCEMENT Bldg. 9, W.A. Harriman Campus, Albany, NY 12227 (518) 457-9693 New York Office 1740 Broadway, New York, NY 10019-4357 Deputy Commissioner ­ Peter Farrell (212) 459-7830

NYS TEACHERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM

10 Corporate Woods Drive, Albany, NY 12211-2395 (518) 447-2666 Administered by the New York State Teachers' Retirement Board, composed of ten members: The State Comptroller, or the Comptroller's designee (C); three appointed by the Board of Regents (R); two appointed by the Commissioner of Education (E); one retired member elected by the retired teachers (RE); and three elected from among members of the Retirement System (T). Term three years and until successors are appointed and have qualified. No salary. President and Vice President selected by Board.

The Retirement Board Term Expires Lucy P. Martin, Manlius (E) President ............................. 2004 Richard F. Lindstrom, Loudonville, NY (R) Vice President. .. .......................................................... 2004 MichaeI Corn, Barneveld(T) ............................................ 2004

Josephine Davenport, Hamburg(RE). ............................. R. Michael Kraus, East Aurora (R) .................................. Joseph P. McLaughlin, Harrison (T) ............................... Sheila J. Salenger, Ballston Lake (T) .............................. Frederick D. Volp, Cold Spring Harbor (E) ...................... Iris Wolfson, Westbury(R) ............................................... Stanley Laborde .............................................................. Executive Director ­ George M. Philip 2004 2004 2003 2005 2003 2004 2006

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40 North Pearl St., Albany, NY 12243 (518) 474-9003; (800) 342-3009 (In NYS) Fax: (518) 474-7870 www.dfa.state.ny.us The office is responsible for supervising programs that provide cash assistance, transitional assistance, and other forms of support to eligible children, families and adults: the Family Assistance program (New York's version of the federal TANF program), the Safety Net Program, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Emergency Assistance for Families and Adults (EAF, EAA), Energy Assistance and Food Stamps. Other functions of the Office include overseeing New York's child-support enforcement program, and performing disability determinations for SSI. The state's homeless housing and services programs, and its homeless shelters, are also supervised by the Office, as are the refugee and immigrant services programs. The Office supervises the work of New York's 58 local social services districts (New York City and 57 counties) and apportions to localities funds which have been approved by the state legislature or the federal government. The Office also provides fair hearings to persons who appeal the denial of benefits by local districts. Brian J. Wing, Commissioner (518) 474-9475 Executive Deputy Commissioner ­ Robert Doar (518) 486-7545 Public Information Director ­ John B. Madden (518) 474-9516 Temporary Assistance Deputy Commissioner ­ Patricia Stevens (518) 474-9222 Child Support Deputy Commissioner ­ Margot Bean (518) 474-9081 Counsel ­ John Robitzek (518) 474-9502 Disability Determinations Deputy Commissioner ­ David Avenius (518) 473-0070 Deputy Commissioner, Program Support and Quality Improvement Commissioner ­ Mary Meister (518) 473-3912 Director, Information Technology ­ Bob Mastro (518) 473-7858 Transitional Support and Policy, Deputy Director ­ Shari Noonan (518) 473-1193

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NEW YORK STATE THRUWAY AUTHORITY

200 Southern Blvd., Albany, NY (518) 436-2700 (Mailing Address: P.O. Box 189, Albany, NY 12201)

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Composed of three members appointed by the Governor with Senate confirmation. Terms nine years and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Chair designated by Governor and shall be chief executive officer. No compensation. Removable by the Governor only on stated charges after a hearing. Vacancies filled for un-expired terms.

Members Term Expires John L. Buono, Chair ......................................... Jan.1, 2011 Nancy E. Carey, Albany ...................................... Jan.1, 2005 John Riedman, Rochester ................................... Jan.1, 2008

Executive Director ­ John Platt

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

5 Governor Harriman State Campus, 1220 Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12232 (518) 457-6195 Created Sept. 1, 1967 Chapter 717, laws of 1967. Its mission is to establish appropriate priorities for each mode of transportation. Joseph H. Boardman, Commissioner New York City Regional Office Hunter's Point Plaza, 47-40 21st St., Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 482-4594 NYC Regional Director ­ Douglas A. Currey (718) 482-4526 Deputy Regional Director ­ Subimal Chakraborti (718) 482-4530 Asst. to Regional Director for Communications & Intergovernmental Relations ­ Jennifer M. Nelson (718) 482-4526 Assistant to the Regional Director ­ Tom Temistokle (718) 482-4534 Director of Construction ­ Philip Salerno (718) 482-4825 Director of Program Management ­ Peter King, P.E. (718) 482-4519 Director of Operations ­ Phil Eng (718) 482-4760 Director of Design ­ Sonia Rivera (718) 482-4648 Director of Structures ­ Norik Tatevossian (718) 482-4683 Administration ­ Mara Kopmans (718) 482-4585 Planning & Development Group ­ Larry Malsam (718) 482-4559 Affirmative Action ­ Maria Ramirez (718) 482-4810 Plan Sales (718) 482-4593 Public Transportation Safety Board ­ James Brunet (718) 482-4600

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Composed of five members appointed by and removable at the pleasure of the Governor. No salary. Richard B. Long, Chair, c/o Coughlin & Gerhart LLP, 20 Hawley Street, East Tower, Binghamton, NY 13902-2039 (607) 723-9511 Fax: (607) 772-6093 Justin L. Vigdor, c/o Boylan, Brown, Code, Fowler, Vigdor & Wilson, LLP, 2400 Chase Square, Rochester, NY 14604 (716) 232-5300; Fax: (716) 232-2528 Sandra S. Stern, c/o Nordquist & Stern, PLLC, 909 3rd Ave., 5th fl. NY, NY 10022; (212) 207-8150 Fax: (212) 421-7188 Richard B. Smith, c/o Davis, Polk & Wardell, 450 Lexington Avenue, Rm. 26-52, New York, NY 10017 (212) 450-4066 Fax: (212) 450-5536 Norman L. Greene, c/o Shoeman, Updike and Kaufman, LLP, nd th 60 E. 42 St., 39 Flr, New York, NY 10165-0006 (212) 661-5030 Fax: (212) 687-2123

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STATE UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND

State University Plaza, P.O. Box 1946, Albany, NY 12201 (518) 689-2500 A public benefit corporation created in 1962 to plan, construct, and provide financing for facilities required by the State University of New York. Governed by three Trustees, appointed by the Governor, two of whom are confirmed by the Senate, and the other must be a Trustee of the State University. The Governor designates the Chair. Term, six years. No salary. Headed by a General Manager appointed by the Trustees.

Trustees Term Expires Edward F. Cox, Chair ........................................ Dec. 31, 2008 Eugene K. Tyksinski ......................................... Dec. 31, 2004 1 vacancy

Acting General Manager ­ R. Wayne Diesel (518) 689-2501

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

State University Plaza, Albany, NY 12246 (518) 443-5555 www.suny.edu SUNY, the nation's largest comprehensive university system, enrolls more than 402, 000 students at its 64 campuses across the state, including New York City. SUNY institutions in New York City, include: the Fashion Institute of Technology and the College of Optometry in Manhattan, Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, and the Maritime College at Fort Schuyler in the Bronx.

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Governed by a 16-member Board of Trustees. 15 appointed by the Governor with Senate consent. Seven-year terms; vacancies filled for un-expired terms. No salary. Sixteenth member (President of the university-wide Student Assembly) serves a one-year term. Governor designates Chair and Vice Chair. Members serve until a successor is appointed and has qualified.

Term Expires Board of Trustees June 30 Thomas F. Egan, Chairman, State University of New York, 633 Third Avenue, 33rd Floor, New York, New York 10017 (212) 661-4431 .................................................. 2006 Randy A. Daniels, Vice Chairman 123 William St., 20th Fl. New York, NY 10038 (212) 417-5804 ............................................................. 2004 Steven L. Alfasi, Deputy Commissioner, Bronx County Public Administrator's Office, 851 Grand Concourse, Room 336, Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 293-7660 ............. 2003 Aminy I. Audi, Executive Vice President, L. & J.G. Stickley, One Stickley Drive, Manlius, New York 13104 (315) 682-5500 ............................................................. 2002 Edward F. Cox, Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler, LLP, 1133 Avenue of the Americas, 22nd Floor, New York, New York 10036 (212) 336-2000 ................ 2006 Father John J. Cremins, 7001 Kessel Street, Forest Hills, NY 11375 (718) 268-6143 ........................................... 2007

Candace de Russy, 50 Hampshire Road, Bronxville, New York 10708 (914) 779-9607 ................................. 2007 Gordon R. Gross, Shuman Brizdle & Gilfillan, P.C., 465 Main Street, Suite 600, Buffalo, NY 14203 (716) 854-4300 ............................................................. 2008 Daniel J. Hogarty, Jr., President & CEO, the Troy Savings Bank, 32 Second St. Troy, NY 12180 (518) 270-3312 ............................................................. 2008 Lou Howard, 197 South Bayview Avenue, Amityville, New York 11701 (631) 264-3636 ................. 2002 Pamela R. Jacobs, 24 Middlesex Road, Buffalo, New York 14216 (716) 875-4441 ................................. 2007 George H. Pape, Jr., Student Assembly, State University Plaza, N501, Albany, NY 12246 (518) 443-5118 ......... 2003 Celine R. Paquette, P.O. Box 38, Champlain, New York 12919 (518) 298-2000 .................................. 2005 Patricia Elliott Stevens, 387 State Street, Apt. 4, Albany, New York 12210 (518) 474-9221 .................................. 2006 Harvey F. Wachsman, M.D., J.D. The Law Offices of Harvey F. Wachsman M.D., J.D., LL.P., 233 Broadway, 18th Floor, New York, NY 10279 (212) 406-1700 .......... 2004 (1 vacancy )

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Office of the Vice Chancellor & Secretary of the University State University of New York, State University Plaza, Albany, NY 12246 (518) 443-5157 System Administration Chancellor ­ Robert L. King Vice Chancellor/ Chief Operating Officer ­ Richard P. Miller, Jr. Secretary of the University & Vice Chancellor ­ John J. O'Connor Acting General Manager and CEO, State University Construction Fund ­ R. Wayne Diesel Provost ­ Peter D. Salins University Counsel ­ D. Andrew Edwards, Jr. NYC Metropolitan Recruitment Center (212) 818-1204 420 Lexington Ave., 16th Fl. Suite 1640-42 New York 10017 Information about all campuses in the State University system may be obtained from this office. Director ­ Randy Miller Colleges & Centers For The Health Sciences Health Science Center at Brooklyn-450 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11203 (718) 270-2611 President ­ John C. La Rosa State College of Optometry- 33 West 42nd St., New York, NY 10036 (212) 780-5050 President ­ Alden N. Haffner Empire State College One Union Ave., Saratoga Springs, New York, NY 12866 (518) 587-2100 President ­ Joseph B. Moore Active New York City Units: The Harry Van Arsdale, Jr. Center for Labor Studies, 225 Varick St., New York, NY 10014-4392 Dr. Marie Johnson Wittek, Dean (212) 647- 7801 Metropolitan Center, 225 Varick St., New York, NY 10014 Nancy Bunch, Dean (212) 243-2075 Verizon Corporate College Program of Empire State College, 5th Floor, 8 Metro Tech, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Cynthia Ward, Acting Dean and Director (718) 260-1116 Maritime College 6 Pennyfield Ave., Fort Schuyler, Bronx, NY 10465 (718) 409-7200 President ­ Vice Admiral John Ryan

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Fashion Institute of Technology Seventh Avenue at 27th St., New York, NY 10001-5992 (212) 217 -7660 President ­ Joyce F. Brown Cooperative Extension Cornell University 16 East 34th St., 8th FI., New York, NY 10016-4328 (212) 340-2900 Established by the Smith-Lever Act of 1914. Helps citizens apply Cornell-generated knowledge in the issue areas of environmental protection and enhancement; food, nutrition and health; and community and economic viability. An affiliate of the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences and the College of Human Ecology, both State University statutory colleges. City Director ­ Dr. Ruth Allen (212) 340-2904 Administrative Manager ­ Tatyana Fabrikant (212) 340-2909

NYS DIVISION OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS

5 Empire State Plaza, Suite 2836, Albany, NY 12223-1551 (518) 474-6114; Fax: (518) 473-0379 NYC Office: 245 West Houston St, New York, NY 10007 (212) 807-3162 1-888-VETS NYS (Toll Free NYS only) 1-888-838-7697 www.veterans.state.ny.us George P. Basher, Director Deputy Directors: Benjamin S. Weisbroth (Southern) Joseph Vogtli (Western) David Walllingford (Northeast) Counsel ­ William Brennan

WATERFRONT COMMISSION OF NY HARBOR

39 Broadway, New York, NY 10006 (212) 742-9280 Established by a Compact between New York and New Jersey (NY Laws 1953, c.882). Licenses and registers various occupations and services in the Port of New York District, investigates criminal activity and waterfront practices in the Port, regulates the size of the longshore work force, and operates employment information centers to provide data concerning opportunities for dock employment and to oversee hiring of pier workers. Composed of two members, one appointed by the Governor of New York, with consent of the New York State Senate, and one by the Governor of New Jersey, with the consent of the New Jersey State Senate. Terms three years and until successors are appointed and have qualified. Salary $37,870. Removable by the appointing power. Vacancies filled for un-expired terms.

Women, NYS Division for

Commissioners: Michael C. Axelrod ­ New York Michael J. Madonna ­ New Jersey Executive Director ­ Thomas DeMaria Secretary to the Commission and Director of Litigation and Legal Review ­ David B. Greenfield

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22 Cortlandt St., 11th Flr., New York, NY 10007-3107 (212) 417-5822 Albany Office: 40 North Pearl Street, Albany, NY 12243 (518) 474-9638 Fraud, Abuse & Complaint Hot Line (800) 682-4530 The Office of the Welfare Inspector General was created in 1992 to investigate and prosecute fraud, abuse and illegal acts within the Department of Social Services and social service districts and by contractors and recipients of public assistance services as provided by the Department of Social Services. When the Department of Social Services was abolished in 1997 and replaced by the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance and the Office of Children and Family Services, the office's mandate was enlarged to cover these two state agencies. The Inspector General is appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, for a five year term. Inspector General ­ Paul Balukas Counsel ­ Pasqualino Russo Chief Investigator ­ Robert L. Waters Special Assistant Attorney General ­ Andrew J. Weiss Administrative Assistant ­ Wanda Hernandez

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NYS DIVISION FOR WOMEN

NYC Office: 633 Third Ave., 38th Fl., New York, NY 10017 (212) 681-4547 Albany: Executive Chamber, Albany, New York 12224 (518) 473-5067 www.women.state.ny.us Works with State agencies, the Legislature, women's groups, and community organizations to ensure that women's interests and perspectives are considered in the formulation of public policy while serving as an advocate for women on issues that affect the quality of their lives. The Division is in the Executive Chamber and the Director is a member of the Governor's Cabinet and Senior Staff. Director ­ Elaine Wingate Conway (212) 681-4547 Deputy Director ­ Carolyn Peterson Vaccaro (518) 473-5067

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THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ELECTED OFFICIALS THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES GEORGE W. BUSH of Texas THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES RICHARD B. CHENEY of Wyoming

CABINET MEMBERS SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL of New York SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY JOHN SNOW of Ohio SECRETARY OF DEFENSE DONALD RUMSFELD of Illinois ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT of Missouri SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR GALE NORTON of Colorado SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE ANN VENEMAN of California SECRETARY OF COMMERCE DON EVANS of Texas SECRETARY OF LABOR ELAINE CHAO of Kentucky SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES TOMMY THOMPSON of Wisconsin SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY TOM RIDGE of Pennsylvania SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT MEL MARTINEZ of Florida SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION NORMAN Y. MINETA of California SECRETARY OF ENERGY SPENCER ABRAHAM of Michigan SECRETARY OF EDUCATION RODERICK PAIGE of Texas SECRETARY OF VETERANS AFFAIRS ANTHONY PRINCIPI of New Jersey National Motto of The United States: "IN GOD WE TRUST", Public Law 851, Approved July 30, 1956.

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Term

Party

1789-1797 Fed. 1797-1801 Fed. 1801-1805 Rep. 1805-1809 Rep. 1809-1813 Rep. 1813-1817 Rep. 1817-1825 Rep. 1825-1829 Rep. 1829-1833 Dem. 1833-1837 Dem. 1837-1841 Dem. 1841 Whig

1841-1845 Dem. 1845-1849 Dem. 1849-1850 Whig 1850-1853 Whig 1853-1857 Dem. 1857-1861 Dem. 1861-1865 R e p . Ky.

President/ Vice President/ Native State Native State George Washington John Adams Va. Mass. John AdamsThomas Jefferson Mass. Va. Thomas Jefferson Aaron Burr Va. NJ Thomas Jefferson George Clinton Va. NY James Madison George Clinton1 Va. NY James Madison Elbridge Gerry2 Va. Mass. James Monroe Daniel D. Tompkins Va. NY John Q. Adams John C. Calhoun Mass. S.C. Andrew Jackson John C. Calhoun3 S.C. S.C. Andrew Jackson Martin Van Buren S.C. NY Martin Van Buren Richard M. Johnson NY Ky. William H. Harrison4 John Tyler Va. Va. John Tyler Va. James K. Polk George M. Dallas N.C. Pa. Millard Fillmore Zachary Taylor5 Va. NY Millard Fillmore NY Franklin Pierce William R. King6 N.H. N.C. James Buchanan John C. Breckenridge Pa. Ky. Abraham Lincoln Hannibal Hamlin Maine

1 Died in office April 20, 1812. 2Died in office Nov. 23, 1814. 3Resigned to become U.S. Senator Dec. 28, 1832. 4Died in office April 4, 1841, total service 1 month; succeeded by V.P. Tyler, who served out remainder of term. 5Died in office July 9, 1850; total service 1 year, 4 months, 5 days; succeeded by V.P. Fillmore, who served out remainder of term. 6Died in office April 18, 1853.

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Vice President/ Native State

1865-1869 Rep. 1869-1873 Rep. 1873-1877 Rep. 1877-1881 Rep. 1881 Rep.

1881-1885 Rep. 1885-1889 Dem. 1889-1893 Rep. 1893-1897 Dem. 1897-1901 Rep. 1901 Rep.

1901-1905 Rep. 1905-1909 Rep. 1909-1913 Rep. 1913-1921 Dem. 1921-1923 Rep.

Abraham Lincoln7 Andrew Johnson Ky. N.C. Andrew Johnson N.C. Ulysses S. Grant Schuyler Colfax Ohio NY Ulysses S. Grant Henry Wilson8 Ohio N.H. Rutherford B. HayesWilliam A. Wheeler Ohio NY James A. Garfield9 Chester A. Arthur Ohio Vt. Chester A. Arthur Vt. Grover Cleveland Thomas A. Hendricks10 NJ Ohio Benjamin Harrison Levi P. Morton Ohio Vt. Grover Cleveland Adlai E. Stevenson NJ Ky. William McKinley Garret A. Hobart11 Ohio NJ William McKinley12 Theodore Roosevelt Ohio NY Theodore Roosevelt NY Theodore Roosevelt Charles W. Fairbanks NY Ohio William H. Taft James S. Sherman13 Ohio NY Woodrow Wilson Thomas R. Marshall Va. Ind. Warren G. Harding14 Calvin Coolidge Ohio Vt.

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7 Died in office April 15, 1865, total service 4 years, 1 month, 11 days; succeeded by V.P. Johnson, who served out remainder of term. 8Died in office Nov. 22, 1875.9Died in office Sept. 19, 1881, total service 6 months,15 days; succeeded by V.P. Arthur, who served out remainder of term. 10Died in office Nov. 25, 1885. 11Died in office Nov. 21, 1899. 12Died in office Sept. 14, 1901, total service 4 years, 6 months, 10 days; succeeded by V.P. Roosevelt, who served out remaindre of term and a subsequent full term to which he was elected Nov. 8, 1904. 13Died in office Oct. 30, 1912. 14Died in office Aug. 2, 1923, total service 2 years, 4 months, 29 days; succeeded by V.P. Coolidge, who served remainder of term and a subsequent term to

which he was elected Nov. 4, 1924

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1923-1925 Rep. 1925-1929 Rep. 1929-1933 Rep. 1933-1941 Dem. 1941-1945 Dem. 1945 Dem.

1945-1949 Dem. 1949-1953 Dem. 1953-1961 Rep. 1961-1963 Dem. 1963-1965 Dem. 1965-1969 Dem. 1969-1973 Rep. 1973-1974 Rep.

1974-1976

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Calvin Coolidge Vt. Calvin Coolidge Charles G. Dawes Vt. Ohio Herbert Hoover Charles Curtis Iowa Kansas Franklin D. Roosevelt John N. Garner NY Texas Franklin D. Roosevelt Henry A. Wallace NY Iowa Franklin D. Roosevelt15 Harry S. Truman NY Mo. Harry S. Truman Mo. Harry S. Truman Alben W. Barkley Mo. Ky. Dwight D. Eisenhower Richard M. Nixon Texas Calif. John F. Kennedy16 Lyndon B. Johnson Mass. Texas Lyndon B. Johnson Texas Lyndon B. Johnson Hubert H. Humphrey Texas Minn. Richard M. Nixon Spiro T. Agnew Calif. Md. Richard M. Nixon19 Spiro T. Agnew17 Calif. Md. Gerald R. Ford18 Mich. Nelson A. Rockefeller21 Gerald R. Ford20 Mich. NY Jimmy Carter Walter F. Mondale Ga. Minn.

15 Died in office April 12, 1945; succeeded by V.P. Truman, who served out remainder of term and was elected Nov. 2, 1948 to a full term. 16Died in office Nov. 22, 1963; succeeded by V.P. Johnson, to serve out remainder of term expiring Jan. 20, 1965. 17Resigned Oct. 11, 1973. 18Sworn in as VicePresident Dec. 6, 1973 (under 25th Amend.) after nomination by President Nixon and confirmation of both House of Congress. 19Resigned Aug. 9, 1974; total service, 5 years, 6 months, 20 days. 20Sworn in as President Aug. 9, 1974. 21Nominated by President and confirmed by the Congress; took office Dec. 19, 1974.

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Ronald Reagan Calif. George Bush Mass. William J. Clinton Ark. George W. Bush Texas

Vice President/ Native State

George Bush Mass. Dan Quayle Ind. Al Gore Tenn. Richard B. Cheney Wyoming

1981-1989 Rep. 1989-1993 Rep. 1993-2001 Dem. 2001 Rep.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

The White House, Washington, DC 20500 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., NW (202) 456-1414 www.whitehouse.gov/president George W. Bush of Texas, President of the United States (R). elected at the general election held Nov. 7, 2000, for a term of four years expiring at noon, January 20, 2005. Salary $400,000. The President also receives an expense allowance of $50,000 to assist in defraying expenses resulting from the discharge of his official duties for which no accounting shall be made by him other than for income tax purposes. There may be expended for traveling expenses not exceeding $100,000, such sum when appropriated by Congress to be expended at the discretion of the President and accounted for on his certificate solely. The compensation of the President shall neither be increased nor diminished during the period for which he shall have been elected and he shall not receive within that period any other emolument.

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No person except a natural born citizen shall be eligible to the Office of President, neither shall any person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the age of 35 years, and been 14 years a resident within the United States. Any person is limited to two elected terms as President, or to one elected term if the person served or acted as President for more than two years of a term for which another had been elected as President.

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In accordance with the 12th Amendment, members of the Electoral College shall meet in their respective states, and vote by ballot for President and Vice President, one of whom at least shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves. President is the Chief Executive Officer of the United States and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the United States. The President, Vice President and all civil officers of the United States shall be removed from the office on impeachment for and conviction of treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors. See "Court for Trial of Impeachments." The House of Representatives has the sole power of impeachment. If the President-elect shall have died at the time fixed for the beginning of his term, the Vice President-elect shall become President. If a President shall not have been chosen before the time fixed for the beginning of his term, or if the President-elect shall have failed to qualify, then the Vice President-elect shall act as President-elect until a President shall have qualified. In case of the removal of the President from office or of his death or resignation, or inability to discharge the duties and powers of the said office, the same shall devolve to the Vice President. Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress. Whenever the President transmits to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his written declaration that he is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, and until he transmits to them a written declaration to the contrary, such powers and duties shall be discharged by the Vice President as Acting President. Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President. "Thereafter, when the President transmits to the President pro tempore of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives his written declaration that no inability exists, he shall resume the powers and duties of his office unless the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive department or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit within four days to the President pro tempore of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office. Thereupon Congress shall decide the issue, assembling within forty-eight hours for that purpose if not in

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session. If the Congress, within twenty-one days after receipt of the latter written declaration, or, if Congress is not in session, within twenty-one days after Congress is required to assemble, determines by two-thirds vote of both Houses that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall continue to discharge the same as Acting President; otherwise, the President shall resume the powers and duties of his office." The legal order of succession after the Vice President, to "act as President" is: Speaker of the House of Representatives, President Pro Tempore of the Senate, Secretary of State, Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of Defense, Attorney General, Secretary of the Interior, Secretary of Agriculture, Secretary of Commerce, Secretary of Labor, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Secretary of Transportation, Secretary of Energy, Secretary of Education, Secretary of Veterans Affairs. EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC 20500 (202) 456-1414 Chief of Staff--Andrew H. Card, Jr.

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Council of Economic Advisers Chair-- R. Glenn Hubbard Council on Environmental Quality Chair-- James L. Connaughton National Economic Council Assistant to the President and Chairman of the National Economic Council-- Lawrence B. Lindsey National Security Council Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs-- Condoleezza Rice Office of Administration Director-- Phillip Larsen Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives Director--Jim Towey Office of Management and Budget Director-- Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr.

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Office of National Drug Control Policy Acting Director-- John Walters Office of Science and Technology Policy Assistant to the President for Science and Technology and Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy Director--Dr. John H. Marburger, III, Ph. D Office of United States Trade Representative US Trade Representative--Robert B. Zoellick President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board Chair--Lt. Gen. Brent Scowcroft, USAF (Ret) White House Military Office-(WHMO) Deputy Assistant to the President and Director-- Rear Admiral Michael H. Miller

THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

Old Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20501 (202) 456-1414 www.whitehouse.gov/vicepresident Richard B. Cheney--Vice President Chief of Staff--Lewis Libby

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HISTORIC PRESERVATION

1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 809 Old Post Office Building Washington, DC 20004 (202) 606-8503 Fax: (202) 606-8647 www.achp.gov The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is an independent Federal agency that provides a forum for influencing Federal activities, programs, and policies as they affect historic resources. John L. Nau, III--Chairman Executive Director-- John M. Fowler

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (USDA)

1400 & Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20250 (202) 720-2791 www.usda.gov The USDA's mission is to enhance the quality of life for the American people by supporting production of agriculture, ensuring a safe, affordable, nutritious, and accessible food supply; caring for agricultural, forest, and range lands; supporting sound development of rural communities; providing economic opportu-

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nities for farm and rural residents; expanding global markets for agricultural and forest products and services; and working to reduce hunger in America and throughout the world. Ann Veneman--Secretary of Agriculture FARM AND FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICES Under Secretary ­ J B. Penn Farm Service Agency 1400 Independence Ave., S.W., Washington, DC 20250-0506 (202) 720-7809 www.fsa.usda.gov Administrator ­ James R. Little NewYorkStateFarmServiceAgency 441 S. Salina St, Suite 356, Syracuse, NY 13202 (315) 477-6300 Fax: (315) 477-6323 State Executive Director ­ Ron Robbins Riverhead Service Center 209 E Main St, Riverhead, NY 11901 (631) 727-5666 Fax: (631) 727-4408 Risk Management Agency Room 3053-South; 1400 Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20250 (202) 690-2803 Fax: (202) 690-2818 www.rma.usda.gov Administrator ­ Ross J. Davidson (202) 720-6708 Eastern Regional Compliance Office (handles New York) Suite 280, 4407 Bland Rd., Raleigh, NC 27609 Director ­ Johnnie F. Perdue Federal Crop Insurance Corporation (202) 720-2832 Executive Secretary ­ Diana Moslak FOOD, NUTRITION AND CONSUMER SERVICES www.fns.usda.gov/fncs Under Secretary ­ Eric M. Bost Deputy Under Secretary ­ Suzanne M. Biermann Food and Nutrition Service 3101 Park Center Drive, Alexandria, Virginia 22302 (703) 305-2060 www.fns.usda.gov/fns Administrator ­ Roberto Salazar

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Northeast Regional Office 10 Causeway Street, Room 501, Boston, MA 02222-1069 (617) 565-6370

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201 Varick St., Rm. 609, New York, NY 10014 (212) 620-7360 or (212) 620-6338 Food Stamp Program www.fns.usda.gov/fsp New York City Area (877) 472-8411 Food Distribution Program Corning Tower, Building 40th Floor, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12242 (518) 474-5122 Fax: (518) 486-5660 www.fns.usda.govfdd Director ­ Ernest H. Berger Child Nutrition Programs 3101 Park Center Drive, Alexandria, VA 22302 www.fns.usda.gov/cnd Child Nutrition Program Administration ­ N.Y. State Education Dept. 89 Washington Avenue, Room 55, Albany, New York 12234 (518) 473-2185 Fax: (518) 473-0018 Child & Adult Food Program ­ N.Y. State Dept. of Health Riverview Center; 150 Broadway, 6th Floor West, Albany, New York 12204 (518) 473-8781 (800) 942-3858 Fax: (518) 402-7252 Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC) www.fns.usda.gov/wic Bureau of Supplemental Food Programs, N.Y. State Dept. of Health 150 Broadway Flr. 6 West, Albany, NY 12204 (518) 402-7093; (800) 522-5006 Fax: (518) 402-7348 Frances Porter ­ WIC Director Seneca Nation 1510 Route 438, Irving, NY 14081 (716) 532-0167 Ext.117 Fax: (716) 532-0110 WIC Program Coordinator ­ Anita Seneca Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion 3101 Park Center Drive, Rm. 1034, Alexandria, VA 22302 (703) 305-7600 Fax (703) 305-3400 www.usda.gov/cnpp FOOD SAFETY AND INSPECTION SERVICE 1400 & Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20250 (800) 535-4555 www.fsis.usda.gov

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NY Area Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Division 465 B New York Terminal Market Bronx, N.Y. 10474 (718) 991-7665

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Processed Fruit & Vegetable Products Park Plaza Professional Building 622 Georges Road Suite 304 North Brunswick, N.J. 08902 (732) 545-0939 Market Administrator, Northeast Marketing Area 1 Columbia Circle, Albany, NY 12203 (518) 452-4410 Assistant Market Administrator--John Poole Office of Inspector General Rm. 1409, 26 Federal Plaza, New York, NY 10278 (212) 264-8400 Special Agent In Charge-- Vacant MARKETING AND REGULATORY PROGRAMS www.usda.gov/mrp William Hawks ­ Under Secretary Agricultural Marketing Service (202) 720-5115 www.ams.usda.gov Administrator ­ A. J. Yates Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services (202) 720-3668 www.aphis.usda.gov Administrator ­ Bobby Acord Plant Protection and Quarantine-Northeast Region 1 Winners Circle Suite 203, Albany, N.Y. 12205 (919) 716-5576 www.aphis.usda.gov/ppq Director ­ Jerry Fowler Director, State Plant Regulatory Official-- Robert J. Mungari (518) 457-2087 State Plant Health Director, New York--Vacant (518) 438-3896; Fax: (518) 438-7675 Airport Office: J.F.K. International Airport, Plant Protection & Quarantine Term'l 4W, Room 117.026, Jamaica, NY 11430 Director Baggage International Arrivals Bldg. Mary E. Benzie (718) 553-1661/1662 Operations Desk--(24 hours) (718) 553-1730 Baggage Operations (718) 553-1659 Cargo Operations (718) 553-1734 Inspection Station (718) 553-1324

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Veterinary Services Area Office/Export One Winners Circle, Suite 100, Albany, NY 12205 (518) 453-0187 Fax: (518) 453-0213 Area Veterinarian-In-Charge--Roxanne Mullaney Export Inquiries (518) 453-0200 New York Animal Import Center 200 Drury Lane, Rock Tavern, NY 12575 (845) 564-2950 Supervisory Veterinary Medical Officer--Dr. Jon Hansen Supervisory Animal Quarantine Officer--James Crawford Branch Office--John F. Kennedy International Airport Cargo Bldg. 77, Jamaica, NY 11430 (718) 553-1727 Supervisory Veterinary Medical Officer--Dr. K. N. Ahmad Supervisory Quarantine Enforcement Inspector--A. Swartzberg Wildlife Services (WS) New York Wildlife Services State Director 1930 Route 9, Castleton, NY 12033 (518) 477-4837 Fax: (518) 477-4899 www.aphis.usda.gov/ws Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration 1400 Independence Ave., SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-3601 (202) 720-0219 www.usda.gov/gipsa Administrator ­ Donna Reifschneider NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT Forest Service P.O. Box 96090; Washington, D.C. 20090 (202) 205-8333 www.fs.fed.us Chief ­ Dale N. Bosworth Eastern Region 310 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53203 (414) 297-3600 Natural Resources Conservation Service 14th and Independence Ave., SW, Room 5105-A, Washington, DC 20250 (202) 720-7246 Fax (202) 720-7690 www.nrcs.usda.gov Chief ­ Bruce I. Knight New York Office: 441 South Salina Street, Suite 354, Syracuse, NY 13202 (315) 477-6504 Fax: (315) 477-6560 www.ny.nrcs.usda.gov State Conservationist ­ Joseph R. Del Vecchio

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RESEARCH, EDUCATION and ECONOMICS 1400 Independence Ave. SW, Washington, D.C. 20250 (202) 720-5923 www.reeusda.gov/ree Under Secretary ­ Joseph J. Jen

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Agricultural Research Service Jamie L. Whitten Building, 302-A, 14th & Independence Ave., SW, Washington, D.C. 20250 (202) 720-3856 Fax: (202) 720-5427 www.ars.usda.gov Acting Administrator ­ Edward B. Knipling Eastern Regional Research Center 600 East Mermaid Lane; Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania 19038 (215) 233-6400 Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service 1400 Independence Avenue S.W., Washington, DC 20250 (202) 720-7441 www.reeusda.gov Administrator ­ Colien Hefferan New York Partners: Cornell University www.cornell.edu SUNY Syracuse ­ College of Environmental Science and Forestry www.esf.edu Small Farms Program (202) 205-0467 Fax: (202) 690-3162 www.reeusda.gov/smallfarm National Program Leader ­ Denis Ebodaghe New York Department of Agriculture & Markets 1 Winners Circle, Albany, NY 12235 (518) 457-7076 Fax: (518) 457-2716 Bill Kimball Economic Research Service 1800 M Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 (202) 694-5050 www.ers.usda.gov Administrator ­ Susan Ofutt National Agricultural Statistics Service 1400 & Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20250 (800) 727-9540 www.usda.gov Administrator ­ R. Ronald Bosecker

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New York Agriculture Statistics Service 1 Winners Circle, Albany, NY 12235 (518) 457-5570 (800) 821-1276 www.nass.usda.gov/ny State Statistician ­ Stephen Ropel

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AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMM.

Court House Plaza II, 2300 Clarendon Blvd., Suite 500, Arlington, VA 22201 (703) 696-6900 Fax: (703) 696-6666 www.abmc.gov The Commission is responsible for commemorating the services of the American Armed Forces where they have served since April 6, 1917 through the establishment of suitable memorial shrines; designing, constructing, operating and maintaining permanent American military burial grounds in foreign countries. General P. X. Kelley, USMC (Ret) ­ Chairman

APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION

1666 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 700 Washington, DC 20009 (202) 884-7799 www.arc.gov The Appalachian Regional Commission is a federal-state partnership that works with the people of Appalachia to create opportunities for self-sustaining economic development and improved quality of life. Jesse L. White, Jr. ­ Federal Co-Chair States' Co-Chair--Gov. Don Sunquist, Tennessee States' Washington Representative--William Walker Executive Director--Thomas M. Hunter New York State Office Department of State, 41 State St., Albany, NY 12231 Secretary of State-- Randy A. Daniels (518) 486-9844

ARCHITECTURAL AND TRANSPORTATION BARRIERS COMPLIANCE BOARD (ACCESS BOARD)

1331 F Street, NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20004 (202) 272-0080 TTY: (202) 272-0082 Fax: (202) 272-0081 www.access-board.gov The Access Board is an independent Federal agency devoted to accessibility for people with disabilities. Thurman M. Davis, Sr. ­ Chair New York State Code Contact Dept. of State -- Division of Code Enforcement & Administration 41 State Street, Albany, New York 12231 (518) 474-4073 www.dos.state.ny.us/code

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CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (CIA)

Washington, DC 20505 (703) 482-0623 Fax: (703) 482-1739 www.cia.gov The CIA is an independent agency, responsible to the President through the Director of Central Intelligence, and accountable to the American people through the intelligence oversight committees of the U.S. Congress. CIA's mission is to support the President, the National Security Council, and all officials who make and execute the U.S. national security policy. George J. Tenet ­ Director of Central Intelligence Deputy Director of Central Intelligence--John E. McLaughlin Executive Director--Buzzy Krongrad Deputy Director of Intelligence ­ Jami A. Miscik Associate Director of Central Intelligence for Homeland Security --Winston P. Wiley Operations, Deputy Director--Jim L. Pavitt Science and Technology, Deputy Director ­ Dr. Donald M Kerr

CHEMICAL SAFETY AND HAZARD INVESTIGATION BOARD

2175 K Street NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20037 (202) 261-7600 Fax: (202) 261-7650 www.chemsafety.gov The mission of the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board is to promote the prevention of major chemical accidents at fixed facilities. Carolyn Merritt -- Chair

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE (DOC)

14th & Constitution. Ave., NW, Wash., DC 20230 (202) 482-2000 www.commerce.gov The DOC promotes and advocates for American business, both at home and abroad. Don Evans ­ Secretary. Appointed by the President with Senate approval. BUREAU OF INDUSTRY AND SECURITY 14th & Const. Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20230 (202) 482-4811 www.bis.doc.gov Under Secretary -- Kenneth I. Juster

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Office Of Export Enforcement 14th & Const. Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20230 Deputy Assistant Secretary-- Matthew S. Borman (202) 482-5491 New York Field Office 1200 South Ave. Suite 104, Staten Island, NY 10314 Special Agent-in-Charge-- Sidney M. Simon (718) 370-0070 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION 14th & Const. Ave., NW, Wash., DC 20230 (202) 482-5891 www.osec.doc.gov/eda Assistant Secretary­David A. Sampson (202) 482-5891 Deputy Assistant Secretary--David Bearden (202) 482-4067 Regional Office ­ Philadelphia Curtis Center Suite 140 Independent Square West Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 597-4603 Regional Director-- Paul Raetsch ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS ADMINISTRATION Under Secretary-- Kathleen Cooper Bureau of the Census Suitland, Maryland, 20746 www.census.gov Director ­ Charles Louis Kincannon (301) 457-2135 Regional Office: 26 Federal Plaza, Rm.37-130, New York, NY 10278 Regional Director-- Lester A. Farthing (212) 264-3860 Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) 1441 L Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20230 (202) 606-9600 www.bea.gov Director-- J. Stevenson Landefeld INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION (ITA) 14th and Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20230 www.ita.doc.gov Provides export counseling, foreign market reports, and background reports on foreign customers for U.S. companies. Under Secretary-- Grant D. Aldonas (202) 482-2867 Commercial Service NY / US Export Assistance Center--(212) 809-2642 Director-- William Spitler (212) 809-2676

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Director, Newark Export Assistance Center-- William Spitler (973) 645-4682 International Trade Specialists: Queens-- Gilbert Hachadoorian (516) 739-1765 Lower Manhattan--Anastasia Xenias (212) 809-2685 Brooklyn & Staten Island (212) 809-2642 MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY 14th & Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20230 (202) 482-5061 www.mbda.gov National Director- Ronald N. Langston New York Regional Office Jacob K. Javits Fed. Bldg., 26 Fed Plaza, Rm 3720 New York, N.Y. 10278 Regional Director-- Heyward Davenport (212) 264-3262 NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION (NOAA) 14th Constitution Ave., NW, Rm 5128, Washington, DC 20230 (202) 482-3436 www.noaa.gov Under Secretary-- Conrad C. Lautenbacher, Jr.

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Office Of Oceanic & Atmospheric Research 1315 East-West Highway, Silver Spring, MD 20910 Acting Assistant Administrator -- Louisa Koch (301) 713-2458 National Marine Fisheries Services 1315 East-West Hwy.,SSMC3 Silver Spring, MD 20910 (301) 713-2239 www.nmfs.noaa.gov Assistant Administrator--Dr. William Hogarth Director of Habitat Conservations--Roland Shmitten National Weather Service 1325 East-West Highway, Silver Spring, MD 20910 (301) 713-9096 www.nws.noaa.gov Director -- General John J. Kelly, Jr. Forecast Office 175 Brookhaven Ave., Bldg. NWS-1, Upton, NY 11973 (631) 924-0003 Area Manager/Meteorologist-In-Charge--Michael E