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LI's Rodolitz to head development review panel.

Nassau County Executive Thomas S. Gulotta has named Gary Rodolitz, P.E., senior partner, Rodolitz Associates, of Garden City to head the recently created Nassau County Development Review Committee of Developers/and Environmentalists, as pact of his Economic Revitalization Program for the County.

The committee's mandate is to strike a balance between viability of development projects and environmental control. Reaching a consensus in the initial stages of a project, will save both time and money, encouraging private investment needed to spur revitalization. Another cornerstone of the revitalization program for Nassau County is centered around promotion of the Nassau HUB, the commercial and financial center of the County, which will soon be linked together by a new ground surface transportation network providing an alternative to the single driver automobile.

Rodolitz, an owner/builder/ developer and licensed professional engineer has been active for many years in community and government affairs. The Nassau County resident has been at the forefront of the fight for environmental solutions in and around the workplace. That crusade has been waged on several fronts, as President of the Building Owners and Managers Association of Long Island (BOMA-LI) and serving on the Working Draft Committee of the Indoor Air Quality Model Law Task Force, sponsored by the Environmental Safety Council of America. He has also been credited with volunteering his technical expertise to 135 child care workers in Toledo ohio, after several were stricken with symptoms associated with "sick building syndrome."
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Title Annotation:Gary Rodolitz appointed head of Nassau County Development Review Committee of Developers/and Environmentalists as part of Economic Revitalization Program for Nassau County, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:May 5, 1993
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