2010-01-29 / Community

100 PCT CC Holds Meeting In Arverne

Transit District 23 Captain Phyllis Byrne addresses the crowd inside Macedonia Baptist Church. Transit District 23 Captain Phyllis Byrne addresses the crowd inside Macedonia Baptist Church. The 100 Precinct Community Council, which typically holds its monthly meetings in Rockaway Beach, decided to move its gathering to the outer edge of the precinct on Wednesday night, in an effort to reach more residents and field questions or concerns in the community. The council’s meeting was held in the basement of Macedonia Baptist Church, located at 333 Beach 67 Street in Arverne.

Deputy Inspector Tom Barrett and Transit District 23 Captain Phyllis Byrne fielded questions from the large crowd. Cop of the month awards were also presented for both the 100 Precinct and Transit District 23. Police Officer Ryan Gillis of the 100 Precinct received the award for December and Police Officer Craig Bonn of Transit District 23 was given the honor for January. Next month’s meeting, on February 24, will move back to the Knights of Columbus Hall on Beach 90 Street.
Police Officer Ryan Gillis (center) of the 100 Precinct receives his cop of the month award from 100 Precinct Community Council President Danny Ruscillo and Deputy Inspector Tom Barrett. Police Officer Ryan Gillis (center) of the 100 Precinct receives his cop of the month award from 100 Precinct Community Council President Danny Ruscillo and Deputy Inspector Tom Barrett.
Police Officer Craig Bonn (far right) of Transit District 23 receives his cop of the month award from 100 Precinct Community Council President Danny Ruscillo and Transit District 23 Captain Phyllis Byrne. Police Officer Craig Bonn (far right) of Transit District 23 receives his cop of the month award from 100 Precinct Community Council President Danny Ruscillo and Transit District 23 Captain Phyllis Byrne.

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