NYC DOT Commissioner Moran’s Retirement Party

Outgoing NYC DOT borough commissioner Constance Moran (c) graciously accepted a citation from Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr.’s Office presented to her by Marisol Halpern (l) and Tracy McDermott.
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Bronxites toasted outgoing NYC Department of Transportation borough commissioner Constance Moran at her retirement party.

Constance Moran and her husband, Tom, had a great time celebrating at Eastwood Manor.
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The celebration was held on Thursday, January 26 at Eastwood Manor in recognition of Moran’s ten years of serving as the Bronx’s borough commissioner and three years as Queens borough commissioner.

The outgoing borough commissioner was given her own ceremonial street sign.
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Moran previously served as the Bronx’s borough commissioner from 2001 to 2003 until her reappointment in 2006.

NYC DOT chief operations officer Margaret Forgione held ‘a book commissioner Constance Moran should have written’.
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Councilman Andrew Cohen thanked Moran for her decade of service to our borough.
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Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj wished Moran well at her retirement party.
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Assemblyman Michael Benedetto congratulated Moran on her many years of service as the borough’s NYC DOT commissioner.
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