Palmieri Announces City of Utica Ad-Hoc Quality of Life Committee
December 16th 2011 · 0 Comments
UTICA — According to a press release from Mayor-Elect Robert Palmieri, quality of life issues such as drug use, prostitution, illegal dumping, and nuisance properties can have a detrimental effect of resident’s quailty of life. To address quality of life problems such as these, Rob Palmieri has implemented an “Ad-Hoc Quality of Life Committee.”
The Committee will focus on day-to-day neighborhood and business issues such as codes enforcement, noise ordinance, and animal control.
The Committee will convene in the next two weeks to begin addressing quality of life issues in the City, with the goal of having an initial assessment ready for the Mayor’s review by the end of March.
The Quality of Life Committee includes: Co-facilitators Gene Allen (Community Affairs Specialist) and Craig Grant (Community Coordinator for the HomeOwnership Center), and Committee: Frances Frazier, Mario Colon, Bill Phillips, Lu Pway Doh, Lucretia Hunt, Nedzad Fmajic, Ramo Libic, Patick Johnson, Robin Raabe, Jim Zecca, Lori Washburn, Gary Harvey, Nicholas Fazio, Diane Carville, Tony Colon, Jeanette Spina, John Catera, David Cocomazzi, and 2 student representatives, not yet named — one from Notre Dame Jr./Sr. High School, and one from Proctor High School.
By Mark Ziobro