Louis Martirano, Chapter President
Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner
Thursday, November 13, 2014
New Hyde Park Inn
New Hyde Park
State of the Association Address
Nominating Committee Report
Election of Officers
Installation of Officers
NOMINATING COMMITTEE REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION FOR 2015
President - Thomas J. Rini, Village of Mineola
Vice President - Stephen Munno, Town of Orangetown
Secretary - James Maxwell, City of New Rochelle, Retrired
Treasurer - Robert J. Mangan, Village of Garden City
In accordance with the bylaws, the Long Island Branch and the Southeastern New York Branch will elect two of their members per branch to the Executive Board.
The New York Metropolitan Chapter of the American Public Works Association is proud to offer financial support in the form of scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students who wish to enter into a public works career.
The American Public Works Association (APWA) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational and membership organization whose exempt purpose shall be the advancement of the theory and practice of the design, construction,maintenance, administration, and operation of public works facilities and services; the dissemination of information and experience upon, and the promotion of improved practices in public works administration; the encouragement of the adherence by public works officials to a high professional standard; and the professional and social improvements of its members; and the
promotion of cooperation among all public, quasi-public, and private persons, firms, corporations, bodies, utilities, and agencies which have interests in the field of public works.
In line with our exempt purpose, the APWA has established a Mission to promote professional excellence; understanding of and competency and credibility in public works. This Mission is further served by delivering technical workshops, seminars, educational conferences, trade shows and credentialing combined with the offering of educational scholarships to further support students working towards an undergraduate or graduate degree in a public works-related field.
To fulfill our Mission, the New York Metropolitan Chapter of the American Public Works Association is sponsoring a scholarship program for Candidates Pursuing a Degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, or Public Works Management.
Please find the Scholarship Application by clicking here! Candidate Eligibility Information and General Information Form. Should you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Stephen F. Munno, Chapter Secretary at the above noted address.
Very truly yours,
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