Queens Community Board 9

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The Queens Community Board 9 is a local government in the New York City borough of Queens, encompassing the neighborhoods of Richmond Hill, Woodhaven, Ozone Park and Kew Gardens.[1] It is delimited by the Brooklyn border to the West, Park Lane and Union Turnpike to the North, Van Wyck Expressway to the East and 103rd Avenue on the South.[2]

List of members[edit]

Queens Community Board 9 Membership


Officers


Ralph Gonzalez, Chairperson

Raj Rampershad, 1st Vice Chair

J. Richard Smith, 2nd Vice Chair

Marie Turley, Executive Secretary


Board Members

Etienne Adorno Woodhaven

Inderpaul Ahluwalia Kew Gardens

Julio Batista Ozone Park

Alexander Blenkinsopp Woodhaven

Dulal Bhattachrjee Woodhaven

Latchman Budhai Richmond Hill

John Carter Kew Gardens

James Coccovillo Woodhaven

Nick Comaianni Woodhaven

Sandra Datnarain Ozone Park

Richard S. David Ozone Park

Joan DeCamp Richmond Hill

Anton Dietrich Richmond Hill

H. Singh Duggal Richmond Hill

Sam Esposito Ozone Park

Stephen Esposito Woodhaven

Dr. Vincent Evangelista Ozone Park

Linda Fogal Woodhaven

Ralph Gonzalez Ozone Park

Sylvia Hack Kew Gardens

Scott E. Jordan Ozone Park

Sherman Kane Woodhaven

Patrick Khan Richmond Hill

Joel Kuszai Woodhaven

Priscilla Levine Richmond Hill

Marian Molina Woodhaven

Joseph Iaboni Richmond Hill

Kevin O'Leary Kew Gardens

Rabbi Daniel Pollack Kew Gardens

Raj Rampershad Richmond Hill

Mohamed Safie Richmond Hill

Regina Santoro Richmond Hill

Jagir Singh Richmond Hill

Maharani Singh Ozone Park

Ragbir Singh Richmond Hill

J. Richard Smith Woodhaven

Dr. Stephen Sofer Kew Gardens

Maria Thomson Woodhaven

Joseph Todisco Woodhaven

Marie Turley Kew Gardens

Naidoo Veerapen Woodhaven

Seth Welins Kew Gardens

Kenichi Wilson Ozone Park


Community Board 9’s committee structure

Budget and Finance: Etienne David Adorno (chair), J. Richard Smith (vice-chair)

Economic Development: Richard David (chair), Patrick Khan (vice-chair)

Education & Youth: Marian Molina (chair), Seth Welins (vice-chair)

Health & Social Services: Joan DeCamp (chair), Dr. Vincent Evangelista (vicechair)

Land Use & Zoning: Clark Whitsett (chair), Sylvia Hack (vice-chair)

Parks, Recreation, & Environment: Nick Comaianni (chair), J. Richard Smith(vice-chair)

Public Safety & Consumer Affairs: Joseph Iaboni (chair), Jim Coccovillo (vice-chair)

Transportation: Kenichi Wilson (chair), Andrea Crawford (vice-chair)

Alexander Blenkinsopp will serve as the Board’s Communications Director and Joel Kuszai will serve as the Board’s Technology Director.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Queens Community Boards, New York City. Accessed September 3, 2007.
  2. ^ Queens Community District 9 Profile, New York City. Accessed September 21, 2007.

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