County Executive George Latimer appoints Erin O’Shea as Deputy Commissioner of Department of Environmental Facilities
George Latimer, Westchester County Executive, is proud to have Erin OShea appointed Deputy Commissioner of Department of Environmental Facilities (DEF), an office she has held for two and a quarter years. OShea, under Commissioner Vincent Kopicki is responsible for overseeing the Department’s budget, policy, and administration. DEF provides essential services to Westchester County residents. These include keeping the refuse and sewer districts running smoothly and making sure that our drinking water is safe and clean. Latimer is proud to be a part of Westchester County’s diverse workforce, particularly those who hold leadership positions in County government.
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George Latimer, Westchester County Executive, stated:DEF offers many services that people don’t think about every day but are vital to the County’s smooth operation. DEF is there behind-the scenes, whether you flush your toilet, have your garbage picked up, or put an Amazon box out to recycle. I want to thank the Department’s amazing employees for their tireless efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic and for finding new ways to modernize County facilities to ensure a green future.
OShea said:It is vital to take care of the planet and the world because we are passing it along to future generations. We are always open to new environmental initiatives. We just want to do more for the planet and the environment so that it can continue to thrive.