The New York City Department of Sanitation, the country’s largest municipal waste agency, will hold a ceremonial walkout of its headquarters to honor departing Commissioner Edward Grayson as he concludes his career at the agency.
“Sanitation Celebration,” an exhibit featuring art created by New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) employees, opened to the public on Nov. 14. Together, the Sanitation Foundation, the official nonprofit of DSNY, and Pace University Art Gallery are pleased to present this exhibit.
This is the Department of Records and Information Service's Municipal Library Notes for February 2020 with the Spotlight on Black History Month, and pioneering African-American city workers James R. Dumpson (Commissioner, Department of Welfare) and Captain Lloyd Sealey (NYPD).
Municipal Library Notes - January 2022 SPOTLIGHT ON BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CENTRAL PARK. The Board of Commissioners of Central Park was established in 1857 by New York State law. Its central mission was to oversee the development of Central Park and uptown Manhattan.
Report including information on the number of summonses the department issued in the last 6 months in connection with the improper use of city-issued parking permits, disaggregated by the section of the New York city traffic rules that was violated