On Wednesday, February 8th, Misaskim hosted FDNY Commissioner Salvatore J. Cassano as part of an initiative to promote public safety. Misaskim’s goal is to coordinate the activities of city officials with those of local community organizations, including Hatzolah, Shomrim, and Chai Lifeline. By having these organizations work together with city agencies, it is hoped that the unique needs of our growing community will be effectively met. Commissioner Cassano has been active in this area, and his ongoing efforts on our behalf were recognized at the meeting by presenting him with a plaque.
Representatives from various government agencies and elected officials were present. Attendees included Deputy Inspector Sprague, commanding officer of the 66th Precinct, as well as well as commanding officers of other local precincts. Councilman David Greenfield, Councilman Brad Lander, and Councilman Michael Nelson also participated.
Councilman Greenfield thanked Misaskim for taking the lead in public safety and community issues and praised representatives of Hatzolah, Shomrim and Chai Lifeline for their commitment to our community. Regarding Commissioner Cassano, he then told the audience, “This Commissioner is actually the most popular Commissioner in the City of New York today.”
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