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Mr. Peter Tartaglia

Director of Marketing

Westchester County

Direct Phone: (914) ***-****       

Email: p***@***.com

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Westchester County

148 Martine Avenue

White Plains Ny, New York 10601

United States

Company Description

The Westchester County Airport was originally constructed on land purchased by Westchester County. However, World War II began, and the land set aside for the airport was appropriated by the United States Army. In 1944, when the pressure for fighter pla ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Marketing and Public Relations Playland Park

Playland

Director

Maketing

Affiliations

Board of Trustees Member
Friends

Education

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Communications

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Think-Israel

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"The incident was very quickly escalating," Peter Tartaglia, deputy commissioner of the Westchester County Parks Department, tells the Times, "and the police had no choice to interfere, or it could have turned into a riot.


Peter Tartaglia, deputy ...

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Peter Tartaglia, deputy commissioner of the County Parks Department, said that two people were charged with assault and that 13 were charged with disorderly conduct. All had been released by Tuesday night.

Mr. Tartaglia said the Muslim American Society of New York, which organized the outing, had been warned of the headwear rule, which he said was a safety precaution to ensure that items like caps and head scarves did not get entangled in mechanical parts. On Playland's Web site, he noted, rides that allow what the park calls headgear are clearly indicated with the letter H.
"This is all about safety, not about religion," he said.
Mr. Tartaglia recalled an April 2010 episode in Sydney, Australia, in which a 26-year-old mother wearing a hijab was strangled after her head scarf became tangled in the wheel axle of a go-kart.
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Mr. Tartaglia said that nearly 6,000 people were at the amusement park at the time, and that police intervention had been necessary to ensure public safety. "The incident was very quickly escalating," he said, "and the police had no choice to interfere, or it could have turned into a riot."


The Examiner News - Small News is Big News

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From left to right: Peter Tartaglia, deputy commissioner of Westchester County Parks; Joanne Fernandez, FWCP executive board member; Corinna Ricard-Farzan, Green Mountain Energy partnership coordinator; Kathy O'Connor Westchester County Parks commissioner; Jennifer Murphy, Green Mountain Energy sales manager, Westchester County; Judy Matson, FWCP executive board member ; Chris Cawley, FWCP vice-chairman of the board; Shirley Phillips, FWCP executive board member; Jack Walsh, Ridge Road Park superintendent; Joseph Stout, FWCP executive director.


The Examiner News - Small News is Big News

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From left to right: Peter Tartaglia, deputy commissioner of Westchester County Parks; Joanne Fernandez, FWCP executive board member; Corinna Ricard-Farzan, Green Mountain Energy partnership coordinator; Kathy O'Connor Westchester County Parks commissioner; Jennifer Murphy, Green Mountain Energy sales manager, Westchester County; Judy Matson, FWCP executive board member ; Chris Cawley, FWCP vice-chairman of the board; Shirley Phillips, FWCP executive board member; Jack Walsh, Ridge Road Park superintendent; Joseph Stout, FWCP executive director.


Peter Tartaglia, deputy ...

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Peter Tartaglia, deputy commissioner of the County Parks Department, said that two people were charged with assault and that 13 were charged with disorderly conduct. All had been released by Tuesday night.

Mr. Tartaglia said the Muslim American Society of New York, which organized the outing, had been warned of the headwear rule, which he said was a safety precaution to ensure that items like caps and head scarves did not get entangled in mechanical parts. On Playland's Web site, he noted, rides that allow what the park calls headgear are clearly indicated with the letter H.
"This is all about safety, not about religion," he said.
Mr. Tartaglia recalled an April 2010 episode in Sydney, Australia, in which a 26-year-old mother wearing a hijab was strangled after her head scarf became tangled in the wheel axle of a go-kart.
...
Mr. Tartaglia said that nearly 6,000 people were at the amusement park at the time, and that police intervention had been necessary to ensure public safety. "The incident was very quickly escalating," he said, "and the police had no choice to interfere, or it could have turned into a riot."

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