Detailed displays explained the initiatives that the BP and staff are working on and his agenda for 2016. Visitors were able to tour historic Borough Hall, including the BP’s office and his Topographical Unit.
Constituents also met with representatives from several city agencies and cultural institutions, including the Department of Transportation, Parks Department, Office of Emergency Management, NYPD, FDNY, the Staten Island Museum, Historic Richmond Town, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, the Staten Island Zoo and the New York Road Runners. These organizations gave out smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, emergency preparedness kits, and information about their programs. Some lucky visitors won free memberships to Historic Richmond Town and got to meet a few of the Staten Island Zoo’s animal friends at the event.