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Civics meet new 106th CO

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Posted: Thursday, October 3, 2013 10:30 am

South Queens civic leaders met with the new commanding officer and executive officer of the 106th Precinct last week as they prepared to take the reins of law enforcement in the community.

Assemblyman Mike Miller, left, joined with new 106th Precinct Executive Officer John Ganley; Richmond Hill South Civic Association President Margaret Finnerty; Deputy Inspector Jeffrey Schiff, the new CO of the 106th Precinct; Sal Simonetti, representing Councilman Eric Ulrich, and Joann Ariola, president of the Lindenwood Alliance, when the new precinct leadership spoke at last Thursday’s meeting of the Richmond Hill South Civic Association in South Ozone Park.

“I was just very impressed that [Schiff] came, stayed for the whole meeting, asked if there was any questions and took some of them,” Finnerty said.

Schiff replaced Deputy Inspector Thomas Pascale as CO of the 106th Precinct last Friday. Pascale was reassigned to head Patrol Borough Brooklyn South.

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