At the event, BP Oddo will interact with constituents one-on-one about the projects his office is tackling. Members of his staff will also be on hand to speak about specific concerns, answer questions from the public, and discuss the issues that the office is working on to improve Staten Island. The office will also have a detailed display about plans and initiatives rolled out during 2019, as well as the Borough President’s agenda for 2020.
Included in the afternoon will be a Q&A with BP Oddo open to the public that will take place at 2:30pm. In addition, representatives from city agencies, cultural organizations, and other local groups will be in attendance to talk about their services and answer questions.
“When I took office in 2014, we threw the doors of Borough Hall open to welcome the public in,” said BP Oddo. “We continue to build on that concept by bringing our annual open house to new locations and inviting groups from the community to talk about their work. If you have a particular quality-of-life issue or just want to find out more information on the work we’re doing, I encourage you to join us at this informative event.”
There is no need to RSVP for the event. Staten Islanders can come any time during the 1-4pm time frame and will need to enter the school at the rear of the building, access by Eylandt Street. Those who have questions about Direct Connect Sunday can contact Renee Sarno at (718) 816-2133.