BP Fossella To Hold Breakfast On Staten Island Honoring Emergency Technicians, Paramedics During National EMS Week


BP Fossella to Host Breakfast Honoring Emergency Technicians and Paramedics During National EMS Week

Staten Island, NY – Borough President Vito J. Fossella and the Staten Island EMS Task Force will recognize the important and heroic works of the Emergency Medical Services community with a special breakfast and ceremony in their honor during National EMS Week. The Staten Island Emergency Medical Services Recognition Ceremony will be held on Monday, May 22nd at Li Greci’s Staaten. The breakfast will begin at 10am with a ceremony to follow at 11am.

The event will honor several EMTs, paramedics, instructors and students in the emergency services community, celebrating the commitment and work of those in the borough who showed exceptional effort. This annual event is unique to Staten Island.

The location for this event is Li Greci’s Staaten, 697 Forest Ave, Staten Island, NY 10310

Banner Image: Paramedics. Image Credit – Mat Napo


BP Vito 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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