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Nicholas P. Episcopia

Director of Acquisitions and Dispositions

WRA Properties , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (718) 224-9500

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WRA Properties , Inc.

875 Mamaroneck Avenue Suite 401

Mamaroneck, New York,10543

United States

Company Description

WRA Properties offers the benefits derived from experienced management and well trained personnel: FRANK T. CHIARELLO, (President) Frank T. Chiarello has been active in real estate finance, management and ownership for over 30 years and brings a wealth of ...more

Background Information

Employment History

President

Garden City News


Chairperson

Trustees Public Information Committee


Affiliations

NY Mortgage Bankers Association

Member


Village

Board of Trustees


Traffic Commission

Chairman


St. Joseph's Men's Guild

Treasurer


Men's Association of Garden City High School

Director and Member


Education

BA

Fordham University


MBA

Finance

Long Island University


Web References(78 Total References)


Background Facts 5 - Committee to Save St. Paul's

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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.


1031 Exchanges

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Director of Acquisitions, Nicholas P. Episcopia, handled the acquisition and financing.For more information on the 1031 Tax Free Exchange Process call, write, or email Nick Episcopia: For more information on WRA Capital Partners' 1031 Tax Free Exchange Services, call Nick Episcopia, at (718) 224-9500 x460 or contact us.


East Nominating Committee Selects Nicholas Episcopia For Village Trustee

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East Nominating Committee Selects Nicholas Episcopia For Village Trustee Nicholas EpiscopiaThe 10-Member Garden City East Nominating Committee has selected Nicholas Episcopia as the candidate for election to the position of Village Trustee.In making their announcement, the Committee stated that they paid particular attention to his views on St. Paul's, taxes, controlled development both to the east of the Village and within its borders, as well as budgets.It was the sense of the Committee that he represented the views of the majority of the residents of the East with greater clarity than other candidates interviewed. Nick Episcopia is the immediate Past President of the Eastern Property Owners' Association (EPOA), and currently a Director.The Nominating Committee believes that his long service to the Village and to the people of the East, including his numerous committee assignments and advocacy positions on past issues and those currently under review, will serve him well in the position of Village Trustee. As EPOA President, Vice President and Director, he has consistently demonstrated a pro-active stance and responsiveness to the problems and concerns of the residents of the East and the Village as a whole. After extensive EPOA Board study and discussion on St. Paul's, as President, he obtained their informed consensus on the future of the building, appointed a special committee to prepare the Board's position paper, and presented the paper to the Village Board of Trustees.Along with several EPOA Directors, he worked in conjunction with Directors of the other three POAs to develop the recent St. Paul's Survey to determine the wishes of all Garden City residents regarding the future use of the building. While serving as Chairman of the EPOA Committee to Monitor Development Outside of the Village, Nick worked with other EPOA members to convince the Town of Hempstead Board of Zoning Appeals to reject the Simon Properties' application to build another 100,000 sq. ft. department store in Roosevelt Field; and attended hearings on the Nassau County Master Plan and proposed light rail system.Nick Episcopia has been active in many community organizations dating back to 1973.He is a past Director and current member of the Men's Association of Garden City High School; a member of the St. Joseph's In-Home Pre-Cana Committee; Director of the L.I. Fordham Club; a past President of the Garden City Jaycees; and served as Treasurer of St. Joseph's Men's Guild.He holds a BA from Fordham University and an MBA in Finance from Long Island University.He 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.He served in the US Army as Captain and Executive Officer of the Military Intelligence Company, 82nd Airborne Division.If no additional nominations by petition are received, nominations will be closed and the secretary of the EPOA shall cast one vote on behalf of the resident electors of the East, designating Nicholas Episcopia as the candidate of the Community Agreement Party.


gardencity.patch.com

Trustees Dennis Donnelly, Nick Episcopia, Laurence Quinn, Brian Daughney and John DeMaro, along with deputy mayor John Watras, voted in favor of the move.


www.gcnews.com

The seeds for this study over a year ago, as conditions on baseball and softball fields were described as awful and potentially unsafe by Mayor (then Deputy Mayor) Nicholas Episcopia.


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