Chapter 32 - DEP (Department of Environmental Protection - Air Resources)

Members enforce New York City air, noise, water and asbestos codes, lead abatement and hazardous material codes. They act as advisors at incidents involving hazardous materials, conduct inspections and maintenance programs on New York City Medallion taxis, conduct environmental impact studies to determine the effect of proposed new sources of emissions, conduct investigations relative to proposed new or revised air and noise code legislation, implement the state plan for meeting air quality standards and evaluate the air and noise aspect of traffic flow. Members also inspect and enforce City environmental codes for commercial, residential and industrial buildings and sites.

John Cilento - President
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Courtney Pollins - Vice President
Brenda Gill - Secretary
Jennifer Rodriquez - Treasurer
Mohammed Abdela-Aal - Civil Service Chair
Yanique Foote - Sgt-at-Arms

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Mohamed AbdelAal
Dennis Antzoulatos
John Cilento
Christopher Clinton
Daniel Corchado
Brenda Gill
Oscar Hodgson

Mohmammed Khokar
Matthew Porto
Jennifer Rodriguez
Golam Sabhan
Kehinde Sanni
Ahmed Soloki
Richard Valdez

Chapter 32 News Update

AFSCME Convention 2018

The 43rd International Convention of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, will take place in Boston from July 16 – 20, 2018.