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Paul Jessup

Superintendent

Department of Public Works

HQ Phone:  (202) 671-2593

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Department of Public Works

2000 14Th Street, Nw

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20009

United States

Company Description

The Department of Public Works is the third largest municipal agency in Los Angeles. With more than 5,700 employees and an annual budget of over $1 billion, the Department is responsible for construction, renovation and operation of public facilities and infra... more.

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Village of Malverne - Malverne, NY

www.malvernevillage.org [cached]

Paul Jessup, Superintendent of DPW


Malverne - LIHerald.com - Nassau County's source for local news, breaking news, sports, entertainment & shopping

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Paul Jessup, superintendent of the Malverne Department of Public Works, starts the day with a regular routine.
He arrives at work during the wee hours of the morning, and makes several pots of coffee. He opens the building and has an informal meeting with his staff to plot out the day's game plan. more...


malverne-westhempstead.patch.com

Many have lost their limbs, some at the hands of Long Island Power Authority workers, as the company takes an "aggressive" approach to trimming the trees in the area, says Paul Jessup, superintendent of Malverne's Department of Public Works.
Jessup spoke at the Feb. 1 village board meeting about the issue, explaining that a federal mandate requires all utility companies, including LIPA, to clear branches around their transmission lines. "It's a million-dollar fine," Jessup added. That said, Jessup told the village board that LIPA's "aggressive" trimming efforts have "destroyed" the trees on Ackley Court (see photos above) in Malverne, but he's been in talks with the company to resolve the issue. "I got them to concede to remove the trees from Ackley, because they are an eyesore," Jessup said. Some residents may also have noticed that Malverne DPW has been trimming trees in the village too, but Jessup says this is something the department does on an annual basis. Unlike LIPA, Jessup says, his men are working from the ground level, rather than inside bucket trucks, and are only cutting branches that are hanging too low. He says these branches have been clipping trucks as they drive down the streets.


malverne-westhempstead.patch.com

According to Paul Jessup of the Malverne Department of Public Works, “There isn’t enough newspaper to write how many downed trees and power lines,†due to the storm.
Jessup and his crew is currently in the process of clearing up the storm’s mess, which includes removing wires and trees on top of cars and spread throughout the streets to make sure roads are safe and open to everyone.


Government - Malverne-West Hempstead, NY Patch

malverne-westhempstead.patch.com [cached]

Many have lost their limbs, some at the hands of Long Island Power Authority workers, as the company takes an "aggressive" approach to trimming the trees in the area, says Paul Jessup, superintendent of Malverne's Department of Public Works.
Jessup spoke at the Feb. 1 village board meeting about the issue, explaining that a federal mandate requires all utility companies, including LIPA, to clear branches around their transmission lines.


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