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FSD# 1485-1

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Deputy Commissioner, Management and Budget, to Executive Director, Support Services


Bureau, January 9, 2002. Contents noted. The request for $88,400 in DTPS funding for
asbestos testing and cleaning of contaminated ESU vehicles and costs related to
replacement parts is APPROVED. Please charge all related expenditures to BC W400/
OC 105. For your information and necessary attention.

Deputy Commissioner
Management and Budget
FSD# 1485-1

POLICE DEPARTMENT
CITY OF NEW YORK

December?, 2001

From: Commanding Officer, Fleet Services Division

To: Executive Director, Support Services Bureau

Subject: REQUEST FOR SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING TO ADDRESS CLEANING OF


CONTAMINATED ESU VEHICLES.

1. Fleet Services Division requests $88,400 in supplemental funding to address a


contamination problem with approximately sixty-four (64) Emergency Services Unit Vehicles.
These vehicles were contaminated with debris from the WTC site.

2. A request for approval of overtime expenditure has been forwarded by this command.
This overtime will allow FSD to remove debris and decontaminate a number of the ESU vehicles.
However, any vehicle that tests positive for high levels of asbestos needs to be cleaned by a licensed
asbestos abatement vendor. Fleet Services Division recommends that Personnel Bureau be allocated
$50,000 to establish asbestos testing and cleaning contract(s) for ESU vehicles. The contract(s)
should be administered by the Occupational Safety and Health Unit. Also recommend that $38,400
in supplemental automotive parts funding be allocated to Budget/Object code 4971/105 in order to
fund the procurement of parts related to the vehicle cleanup performed by FSD Technicians. I'CUL>
such as heater blower motors, evaporator cores and interior headlining material will need to be
replaced to insure that all debris is removed.

3. For your information and consideration.

Richard D. Winter
Inspector
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