Queens Community Board 9

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

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]

Membership[edit]

Officers[edit]

  • Raj Rampershad, Chairperson
  • J. Richard Smith, 1st Vice Chair
  • Kenichi Wilson, 2nd Vice Chair
  • I. Mrakovcic, Executive Secretary

Board members[edit]

  • Inderpaul Ahluwalia - Kew Gardens
  • Julio Batista - Ozone Park
  • Dulal Bhattachrjee - Woodhaven
  • Kamal Bhuiyan - Richmond Hill
  • Alexander Blenkinsopp - Woodhaven
  • Latchman Budhai - Richmond Hill
  • John Carter - Kew Gardens
  • James Coccovillo - Woodhaven
  • Nick Comaianni -Woodhaven
  • Andrea Crawford - Kew Gardens
  • Sandra Datnarain - Ozone Park
  • Richard S. David - Ozone Park
  • Joan DeCamp - Richmond Hill
  • Stephen Esposito - Woodhaven
  • Jan Fenster - Kew Gardens
  • Laraine Fletcher - Kew Gardens
  • Linda Fogal - Woodhaven
  • Sylvia Hack - Kew Gardens
  • Joseph Iaboni - Richmond Hill
  • Mohamad Islam - Richmond Hill
  • Sherman Kane - Woodhaven
  • Mohinder Singh - Richmond Hill
  • Priscilla Levine - Richmond Hill
  • Marian Molina - Woodhaven
  • Kevin O'Leary - Kew Gardens
  • Rabbi Daniel Pollack - Kew Gardens
  • Mohamed Safie - Richmond Hill
  • Regina Santoro - Richmond Hill
  • Jagir Singh - Richmond Hill
  • Jarnail Singh - Richmond Hill
  • Maharani Singh - Ozone Park
  • Ragbir Singh - Richmond Hill
  • Matthew Singh - Richmond Hill
  • Dr. Stephen Sofer - Kew Gardens
  • Maria Thomson - Woodhaven
  • Marie Turley - Kew Gardens
  • Naidoo Veerapen - Woodhaven
  • Seth Welins - Kew Gardens

Community Board 9's committee structure[edit]

Elected officers[edit]

  • Raj Rampershad, Chair
  • J. Richard Smith, 1st Vice Chair
  • Kenichi Wilson, 2nd Vice Chair
  • Ivan Mrakovcic, Executive Secretary
  • Education & Youth
  • Seth Welins, Chair
  • John Carter
  • Joel Kuszai
  • Priscilla Levine
  • Mohamed Safie
  • Kamal Bhuiyan

Land Use and Zoning[edit]

  • Sylvia Hack and Sherman Kane, Co-Chairs
  • Inderpaul Ahluwalia
  • Andrea Crawford
  • Ivan Mrakovcic
  • Raj Rampershad
  • Jarnail Singh
  • Ragbir Singh

Non-board members[edit]

  • Lisa Atkins QBP
  • Murray Berger KGCA
  • Tia Keenan

Public Safety and Consumer Affairs[edit]

  • Jim Coccovillo & Maharani Singh, Co-Chairs
  • Julio Batista
  • Latchman Budhai
  • Sandra Datnarain
  • Joe Iaboni
  • Kevin O’Leary
  • Rabbi Daniel Pollack
  • Mohinder Singh

Health and Social Services[edit]

  • Marian C. Molina, Chair
  • Dulal Bhattacharjee
  • Stephen Esposito
  • Jan Fenster
  • Jagir Singh
  • Dr. Stephen Sofer

Economic Development[edit]

  • Richard David & Matthew Singh, Co- Chairs
  • Joan DeCamp

Executive Committee[edit]

  • Raj Rampershad, Chair
  • J. Richard Smith, 1st Vice Chair
  • Kenichi Wilson, 2nd Vice Chair
  • Ivan Mrakovcic, Executive Secretary
  • Seth Welins, Chair
  • Sylvia Hack & Sherman Kane, Co-Chairs
  • Jim Coccovillo & Maharani Singh, Co-Chairs
  • Marian C. Molina, Chair
  • Richard David & Matthew Singh, Co-Chairs
  • Andrea Crawford
  • Regina Santoro, Co-Chair
  • Rabbi Daniel Pollack, Co-Chair
  • John Carter, Co-Chair

Budget Committee[edit]

  • Ivan Mrakovcic, Chair
  • Raj Rampershad
  • J. Richard Smith
  • Kenichi Wilson
  • Lisa Gomes

Parks, Sanitation and Environment[edit]

  • J. R. Smith & Regina Santoro, Co-Chairs
  • Alexander Blenkinsopp
  • Nick Comaianni
  • Laraine Fletcher
  • Linda Fogal
  • Maria Thomson
  • Naidoo Veerapen

Transportation and Traffic[edit]

  • Kenichi Wilson, Chair
  • Marie Turley

Legal[edit]

  • Andrea Crawford

Ad Hoc (Temp. Committee)[edit]

  • John Carter & Rabbi Daniel Pollack, Co-Chairs
  • Andrea Crawford
  • Richard David
  • Joan DeCamp

References[edit]

  1. ^ Queens Community Boards, New York City. Accessed September 3, 2007.
  2. ^ Queens Community District 9 Profile Archived March 7, 2008, at the Wayback Machine., New York City. Accessed September 21, 2007.

External links[edit]