BP Fossella welcomes Vito Picone & The Elegants to Staten Island this summer
Staten Island, NY – Borough President Vito Fossella is pleased to announce that the borough will be welcoming Vito Picone and the Elegants on Saturday, August 20th at 6:30p.m. at Turtle Circle in Midland Beach. Bob D’Andrea (“Darling Lorraine” 1959) and The Dreamers will be opening the show as the band’s special guests. A fireworks show will also follow the performances.
“We are pleased to offer the wonderful entertainment of Vito Picone and the Elegants to Staten Island for a special summer concert in our Sounds of Summer series,” said Borough President Fossella. “This is a concert we know Staten Islanders will be looking forward to as we bring our concerts back in full force. Let’s have a great night of live music in one of our many parks.”
Parking will be available in Midland Beach Parking Lot 8, and several food trucks will also be on site to purchase food and beverages. Concert-goers are encouraged to bring a chair and blanket.
Banner Image: Summer Concert flyer. Image Credit – BP Fossella
The Office of the Borough President has a responsibility to advocate for the entire Borough of Staten Island and all its residents, and represents the Borough's interests within City government.
The Borough President communicates directly with the Mayor and the City Council to emphasize Staten Island’s budget priorities.
In addition, the Borough President is responsible for reviewing major land use decisions and proposing sites for city facilities within the Borough.
As the chair of the Borough Board, the Borough President leads Staten Island’s City Council delegation and Community Board chairs in the process of reviewing and approving the transfer of public properties to private use. The Borough President’s Office houses the Borough's Topographical Bureau, which maintains the borough’s official maps and assigns street addresses.
The Borough President monitors the delivery of city services on Staten Island, and acts as a liaison between residents and city agencies when problems arise to devise solutions. The Borough President is also responsible for appointing one member to the Panel for Educational Policy and one member to the City Planning Commission, as well as some 150 members to Staten Island’s three community boards.
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