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90 days before your 62nd birthday I applied at Social Security sign up That is it?
At 65 you’re placed on Medicare and your Medicare Card will be mailed to you.
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22 Cortlandt Street, 14th Floor
New York, NY 10007
Phone: (212) 306-7200 (General Information)
Fax: (212) 306-7202
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Looks like its going to be a bumpy road this year :/
Class going in on April 22.
From what it sounds like it might be the only class this year.
My guess is that might be the city intention but when the stuff hits the fan with some more retirees that might change, so far from what I see the boys/girls have been dropping at a steady clip.
You might get lucky by fall, if not they surely going to need some bodies by the spring of 2020.
What do I know, its just a guess. Fingers crossed :/
As of today, it looks like 3 more classes this year, last number from the last class that went to the field this week is something like 1920+.
Looks like June or July classes, saw somewhere where first class goes in on July, I would think June considering FYI is May 31st plus Summer brings vacation and it might conflict with shortages of trainers. But, what do I know :/
Just to give you an idea on what you’re up against parking around here.
Early: West of Q6 garage/Enforcement and closes to Q6 offices.
5-10 Minutes before sign in: Q2 car lot(opposite Q2) away from DSNY equipment,driveways and doorways and salt dome.
Minute Man/Woman: On 52 Ave. between 58 Street and 59 Place.
Samuel RiveraApril 13, 2017 at 4:00 pm #166384
How is the parking at M3?
Keep your papers in order!
Boy is this place windy but beautiful, mostly made of rock, made from a volcano eruption, the tap water is as close to the best there is, 2nd to New York. They have ocean water cleaned into drinking water, good job. Nice people and good food, most of the regular food you will find in the states. Marriott Surf Club is well kept and the pools are very nice, especially their lazy river.
Well I went and had a blast, the only drawback was the cost of food on this island, even though I’m from NY, this place is very expensive when it comes to the cost of the food.
If you are going there and want some advise on the area, get in contact with Wayne Merkel, he knows area real good, I found out to late on this knowledge I had in front of me.
Apparently the cost comes from the electrical cost on the island.
They’re cleaning an area to try to get this problem under control, with Wind and Solar. Great Idea!
Good Luck to this island, beautiful place:)