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The campus' proposed facilities were ...
www.queenstribune.com, 11 June 2009 [cached]
The campus' proposed facilities were described by NYPD Inspector Anthony Tria at a public scoping meeting on April 3.
"The total development size will be approximately 1,893,600 gross square feet of indoor training facilities, classrooms, related administrative and support space, a police museum, a visiting police/lecturer dormitory facility, a tactical village, K-9 units, an outdoor track and an indoor pistol training facility," the scope read in part.
In addition, the $1.5 billion Police Academy will have an above-ground parking lot with between 1,800 and 2,000 spaces on-site.
According to Tria, parking and traffic ranked highest among community members' concerns at the public scoping meeting.
"We're taking those comments into account," Tria said, adding that a final scope was being prepared.
www.aiany.org, 27 June 2006 [cached]
Special Citations went to the New York Landmarks Conservancy for its Advocacy Programs; Shaun Donovan, Commissioner of the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development for his innovative contributions to quality housing; the Art Commission of the City of New York for its steadfast commitment to design excellence in the public realm; Anthony Tria, NYPD Deputy Inspector and commanding officer for the NYC Police Department Capital Construction Division, for his contributions to streamlining the design process for NYPD facilities.
...Anthony, a St Luke's School student and creator of the Longhouse, talked about how much he had to uncover about Native American longhouses and their function and social purpose before he could build his own.
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www.ravepubs.com, 23 June 2012 [cached]
At this point in time the Drunk Unkles have raised over $500,000, of which all the monies raised have been donated to the NSCA Education Foundation with the exception of two events -- Cliff's Jam as previously mentioned and a memorial to NYPD Inspector Anthony Tria, a client of SM&W's that passed away leaving two children.
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