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Mr. Nicholas P. Episcopia

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  • MBA , Finance
    Long Island University
  • BA
    Fordham University
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Deputy Mayor ...
www.gcnews.com, 17 Jan 2014 [cached]
Deputy Mayor Episcopia said the new ways to put visuals with the discussions came as a result of the "granular" item-by-item listings and discussions.
"With the introduction of the Citizen's Budget Committee the process was helped, and reducing the amount of granular-type work on this is something that everyone agrees on. I think we can hit the major points without doing an awful lot of focusing on each line item," Episcopia said.
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At the January 9 meeting Deputy Mayor Nicholas Episcopia briefly replied to Alvey, saying Garden City "has been at it for a while, and we look forward to success.
The nay votes were submitted by ...
www.gcnews.com, 11 Oct 2013 [cached]
The nay votes were submitted by Deputy Mayor Nicholas P. Episcopia and Trustee Richard V. Silver, who offered explanations to those assembled that evening.
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Deputy Mayor Episcopia explained that the Board's main function is to be the custodian of taxpayers' money. "Any money that we spend should be spent definitely related to specific needs that are clearly defined," he said. "I do not believe that the expenditure of $1.5 million to expand a 2,384-squarefoot center by 3,256 square feet is a specific need that has been defined."
He questioned what the center will be used for as some have suggested it will be a "combination" center.
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"We're being asked to spend money without knowing what the use is going to be," Episcopia said. He believes the center should be exclusively for senior citizens.
Episcopia explained that several months ago, a few Board members visited the Garden City Casino and had a discussion with casino directors. The general conclusion drawn from their inquiry was that the building could provide meeting space for up to approximately 270 people.
He added that another meeting regarding possible casino use never transpired. "I just simply don't understand what happened to the casino?"
The deputy mayor believes that the center should be renovated at a cost slightly more than $800,000. He cited a 2012 Village survey on senior needs which revealed that Garden City seniors do not necessarily want a new center, but desire more local transportation options, day trips, concerts and lower taxes.
They also enjoy the programs offered at The Garden City Public Library, Episcopia said, as he proceeded to question why the Board and recreation department did not meet with library administrators regarding senior offerings before moving forward with renovation plans. According to Episcopia, Library Director Carolyn Voegler had said in 2012 the library offered 91 adult/senior programs.
Mayor Brudie, Trustee Andrew J. ...
www.gcnews.com, 20 Dec 2012 [cached]
Mayor Brudie, Trustee Andrew J. Cavanaugh, First Deputy Mayor John J. Watras and Second Deputy Mayor Nicholas P. Episcopia wanted the report accepted with the letter unchanged.
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Episcopia agreed with Donnelly that any fund should wait until the building's use was known and stated his position that public funds should be used to repair a public building.
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Trustee Nicholas P. Episcopia, who was one of the five to vote against the appointments, explained on behalf of himself and the other four trustees (Trustees Brian C. Daughney, Laurence J. Quinn, John A. DeMaro and Dennis C. Donnelly) the reason for their opposition.
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Episcopia did not provide names, but a source told The Garden City News that the five trustees disagreed with the Mayor's appointment of Trustee Cavanaugh and Deputy Mayor Watras as either the chairman or liaison to every major committee.
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"We do not believe that that is correct," Episcopia said.
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Trustees Dennis C. Donnelly, Nicholas P. Episcopia, Brian C. Daughney and Laurence J. Quinn were supporters of the application and Deputy Mayor John J. Watras and Trustee Andrew J. Cavanaugh were in opposition.
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Trustees Dennis C. Donnelly, Brian C. Daughney, Laurence J. Quinn, Nicholas P. Episcopia and John A. DeMaro voted for the new appointments.
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Trustee Nicholas Episcopia, who is a former liaison to the fire department, said the switch to Firecom was recommended by "many, many chiefs over the course of the years."
"That is a firematic decision," he said. "That's something, at least in my mind, that's something between the chief and the Board of Trustees to put that into policy. That's not something that you would have a large debate about."
Episcopia also sought to clarify that by accepting the report, the Board does not necessarily accept that all of its recommendations should be implemented. He said "accepting" in this case means "receiving."
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Trustee Nicholas P. Episcopia, who serves as chairman of the Traffic Commission, said an employee of the Automobile Club who was contacted by the Village was "not completely enamored" with the rumble strips because of the noise they create when they are driven over by a vehicle. He said he is unsure which type of rumble strip the automobile club employee was considering.
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Trustee Nicholas Episcopia said the Village has been approved to receive $400,000 from FEMA from Tropical Storm Irene. He expects the amount that will be requested by the Village after Hurricane Sandy will be much larger.
Superintendent of Building Michael D. Filippon visited homes that were damaged by trees falling during the storm. He reported that 54 homes in the Village were inspected.
Background Facts 5 - Committee to Save St. Paul's
www.savestpauls.org, 18 May 2007 [cached]
Nicholas Episcopia is currently Director of Acquisitions and Dispositions, WRA Properties, Inc.; a member of the NY Mortgage Bankers Association; and has been a guest speaker at the New York Bar Association Conference on Cooperatives and Condominiums.
Nominating Committee selects Nick ...
www.gcnews.com, 20 Dec 2013 [cached]
Nominating Committee selects Nick Episcopia
The 15-member Garden City East Nominating Committee has unanimously nominated Nick Episcopia, current Deputy Mayor from the East, to the Village's Board of Trustees for a new two-year term. Mr. More...
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