The New York Metropolitan Chapter is made up of fourteen (14) counties (Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster, Westchester, Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond, Nassau and Suffolk) and five hundred four (504) Towns and Villages. The New York Metro Chapter covers nearly 8,000 square miles and contains a population of 13.5 million people.
The New York Metro area is an ethnically and geographically diverse region and is the center of many industries including finance, international trade, media and entertainment, tourism, biotechnology and manufacturing and is one of the most important economic regions in the world.
2014 Annual Product and Equipment Exposition
The New York Metropolitan Chapter of the American
Public Works Association will sponsor the 25th Annual Equipment and
Product Exposition on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at the Town of Orangetown Highway
Department Facility located at 119 Route 303 in Orangeburg, New York.
The Theme for this year’s event is “Building For
Today, Planning For Tomorrow”. With over
eighty vendors expected, this Outdoor Equipment and Product Exposition provides
the opportunity to see the latest innovations in equipment, materials and
services for public works and other government officials. There is also the opportunity to network with
other Highway Department and Public Works officials from throughout the New
York Metropolitan area. The equipment show will open at 10:00 a.m. with a
continental breakfast. At , a delicious hot and cold
buffet luncheon will be served and the show will conclude at 2:30 p.m.
Attendance by Highway and Public Works
Superintendents, Commissioners, Foremen, Fleet staff and Elected Officials is
encouraged. In fact, if you bring along
an elected official from your Municipality, and reserve lunch tickets in
advance, the New York Metropolitan Chapter will treat both of you to the
luncheon. We ask that you spread the
word among your fellow highway and public works officials and invite them to
attend. Please click here to find the Colleague Letter and form for advance purchase of
luncheon tickets. ATTENTION VENDORS!
The New York Chapter’s 2014 Annual Equipment
& Products Exposition will be hosted on Wednesday, May 21, 2014, by the
Southeast New York Branch and the Town of Orangetown Highway Department at
their facility just over the Tappan Zee Bridge in Rockland County. The facility
has previously hosted this event, and has been positively received by our
members and exhibitors alike. The site, convenient to major roadways (see
attached map), is rather expansive with more than ample space to display all of
Chairs and tables are available if needed, and
electricity is available on a limited basis, for small usage only (first come
first serve). Equipment will be permitted to be brought to the site the evening
before and must be removed no later than the morning after.
The show will be advertised through our 1000
person mailing list covering the tri state area, local papers, news media, etc.
and we encourage early registration since we will list those early registered exhibitors in all our future
advertisements, mailings and promotions.
Also, because of the shows proximity to New Jersey, we will also be
providing mailings to the Public Works Officials in the APWA New Jersey
space is priced as follows - $350 for a single space (15’ x 25’), $200 for each
additional contiguous space. A limited
number of $225 table only space (10’ x 10’) will be provided. Early registrants will receive 2 free lunch tickets with a full booth
purchase! Early registration cost for additional
buffet lunch is $15each, ($20 at the door)
Please click here for Vendor Letter and Registration Form.
We look forward to seeing you on May 21st,
rain or shine.
2013 Annual Membership Meeting and Awards Dinner
Dear Fellow Public Works Managers,
The Cornell Local Roads Program is recruiting municipalities for the Cornell Local Roads Pavement Management Summer Intern Project for the summer of 2014. They are looking for small agencies who would like to implement pavement management but are not sure how to overcome some of the common barriers to implementation.
A Pavement Management program allows highway departments to justify how roadway maintenance should be prioritized and how funding should be best spent to maximize the use of the limited funding we are all dealing with in today’s economic climate. The Project focuses on maintaining good roads in good condition, while improving poorer roads over time as funding allows.
Interested highway agencies who desire to be involved must contact the Cornell Local Roads Program (see contact information below) by the end of February. This will allow them to recruit the college students who are the interns before they leave for Spring Break.
Details about the summer project can be found on the webpage, www.clrp.cornell.edu.
Geoffrey R. Scott, PE Technical Assistance Engineer Cornell Local Roads Program 419 Riley-Robb Hall Ithaca, NY 14853 607-255-2806 firstname.lastname@example.org www.clrp.cornell.edu
Chapter Executive Committee Meetings: March 5, 2014 Long Island Branch Area May 7, 2014 Southeastern New York Branch Area July 16, 2014 Long Island Branch Area October 1, 2014 Southeastern New York Branch Area December 3, 2014 Southeastern New York Branch Area
2014 Annual Chapter Equipment Show Wednesday, May 21, 2014 - Location Pending Hosted by the Southeastern New York Branch
Southeastern New York Branch Meetings Long Island Branch Meetings January 27, 2014 Piccolo Bussola, Mineola