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Old 08-11-2008, 07:25 PM
 
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what's the order of the chain of command in dsny?
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Commissioner - John J Doherty


First Deputy Commissioner - Michael A. Bimonte



Director, Bureau of Cleaning & Collection - Bernard Sullivan (4 Star Chief)


Director Bureau of Waste Disposal GS5 - Michael Mucci (4 star chief)

Chief GS4 (3 star chief)

Assistant Chief/Borough Superintendent GS3 (2 star chief)

Deputy Chief/Assistant Borough Superintendent G.S.2 (1 star chief)

District Superintendent

Supervisor

Sanitation Worker <- YOU ARE HERE.
This is the annual report for the Fiscal year of 2007. Its opened to the public so its ok :P

http://www.nyc.gov/html/dsny/downloa...ual/ar2007.pdf

go to pages 4,5, and 7. Shows the whole command line.


I like the picture in page 7.

Anyways for anyone that has time it is good read.

In the 2007 fiscal year there were 7 classes hired ( 789 new Sanitation workers.)

In the 06 FY there were 7 classses ( 638 new hires )

05 FY there were 7 classes ( 756 new hires

04 FY there were 4 classes ( 412)

Just putting this info out in case ya want to put numbers together and estimate when the next class might be.

 
Old 08-11-2008, 08:07 PM
 
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very true dont act like ur a know it all just lay low and go with the flow
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I Love how new guys been on the job for a week and already know EVERYTHING..Iam in my fifth year and iam still learning things.
A little piece of advice for the new Men and Women be Humble..nobody likes a "know it all". Dont make a name for yourself already.
 
Old 08-11-2008, 08:09 PM
 
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only shop stewards and the clerks can touch the operationa board not supervisors.
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Shop stewards are actually part of the union as well as being a sanitation worker. They get a differential of about $3 a week from the union. Technically they are the most senior men in the garage. They have the power to rearrange the operations board as long as the garage supervisor approves. They are basically union presence in each garage. They make sure your union rights are not violated. Shop stewards look out for you. The other day I was assigned to Supt. Clerk the next day...so I come in the next day and the shop steward calls me to ask me if I turned down collection or requested to be a shop steward. The reason he asked was because an out of towner made truck before I did....so 20 minutes before the 6-2 shift started he put me on collection and the out of town guy as the supt. clerk.
 
Old 08-11-2008, 08:58 PM
 
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what do you guys mean by an "out of towner"?
 
Old 08-11-2008, 08:59 PM
 
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This is the annual report for the Fiscal year of 2007. Its opened to the public so its ok :P

http://www.nyc.gov/html/dsny/downloa...ual/ar2007.pdf

go to pages 4,5, and 7. Shows the whole command line.


I like the picture in page 7.

Anyways for anyone that has time it is good read.

In the 2007 fiscal year there were 7 classes hired ( 789 new Sanitation workers.)

In the 06 FY there were 7 classses ( 638 new hires )

05 FY there were 7 classes ( 756 new hires

04 FY there were 4 classes ( 412)

Just putting this info out in case ya want to put numbers together and estimate when the next class might be.
there were more then 4 classes in 04
pretty sure there was april,may,aug,sept,2 in oct,and nov
thats at least 7 might be missing one because there could have been one in march dont remember tho
 
Old 08-11-2008, 09:45 PM
 
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there were more then 4 classes in 04
pretty sure there was april,may,aug,sept,2 in oct,and nov
thats at least 7 might be missing one because there could have been one in march dont remember tho
well remember an FY is different from an calender year. There many of been a few classes in the spring and early summer of 2004 but that would fall under Fiscal Year 03.
 
Old 08-11-2008, 09:52 PM
 
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i know in 2003 calander year not fiscal we hired over 1000 new sanitation workers and re hired 500 sanitation workers that were laid off due to the economy.
 
Old 08-11-2008, 10:16 PM
 
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there were more then 4 classes in 04
pretty sure there was april,may,aug,sept,2 in oct,and nov
thats at least 7 might be missing one because there could have been one in march dont remember tho
I have been at bk14 for over a week now. So who are you?
 
Old 08-11-2008, 11:33 PM
 
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anyone on this post in group b?
 
Old 08-11-2008, 11:36 PM
 
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I'll be in uniform later today. Good thing I ordered my stuff a while back. I'm sure Mac's was a madhouse yesterday. Hopefully today will not be as excruciating. see ya guys in class.
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