Is Winter Over?

In DSNY Life, Enforcement, Exam, Holiday, In Loving Memory, New Jacks, Night Plow, Retirement by Sam0 Comments

Not quite! Its too early, no rest for the weary.

NYC saw some bad storms in the past in March, there were some doosies but the chances are slim if NYC gets hit with a big one this year, but you never know. Snow Supers rejoice!

21.0” on March 12-14th, 1888

18.1” on March 7-8, 1941

Congratulations to the class of 1997 🙂

It would be nice to end a career with a nice couple of weeks of O/T, but it looks like that won’t happen. Time to start closing out, take the calculator out and start crunching those numbers.

Things to keep in mind.

Hurricane Sandy began on Oct. 22, 2012, and ended on Nov. 2, 2012.

Question: How much did you make 2011-2013/2010-2012/2012-2014.

25 = 7.5 more and your longevity increases.

Age to 62 (Social Security).

Body (could I do it for 5-10 more yrs).





Planning on moving out of state when you retire?

Health? If not in the best of health, seriously think about not moving out of state due to the health insurance mess, you might be putting yourself into a situation that might cause you stress or put your family into a State or an area that won’t except your insurance, and believe you me it could be expensive!


DSNY CENTRAL

Sanitation inspector finds missing woman, 84, wandering the streets and helps her home.

DSNY in the News

Bring your own reusable bag

Does the NYC Sanitation Department have a pre-set ticket quota?


DSNY Tag team Joe and Lorraine




This is why they took the steps off!

READ  Sad day in Snowville :(


This guy should get a medal and the other one needs to calm down, imagine you going to work and encountering this guy. Not nice! Take it up with City Hall!


In Loving Memory

Mike Rzeszewicz Former Sanitation Worker assigned to BKS12

Anthony Donzella Retired Sanitation Worker BKS15