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Profile: Rudolph Giuliani

 
  

Positions that Rudolph Giuliani has held:

  • Mayor of New York City


 

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Rudolph Giuliani actively participated in the following events:

 
  

11:02 a.m. September 11, 2001      Environmental Impact

       New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani urges New Yorkers to stay at home and orders the evacuation of the area south of Canal Street. [The Washington Post, 9/12/01; CNN, 9/12/2001]
People and organizations involved: Rudolph Giuliani
          

2:49 p.m. September 11, 2001      Environmental Impact

       Mayor Giuliani announces that the New York City subway and bus service has been partially restored. [CRTV, 11/09/2001]
People and organizations involved: Rudolph Giuliani
          

6:10 p.m. September 11, 2001      Environmental Impact

       Mayor Rudolph Giuliani urges New Yorkers to stay home the following day. [CRTV, 11/09/2001]
People and organizations involved: Rudolph Giuliani
          

(9:00 p.m.) September 11, 2001      Environmental Impact

       New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani says in an interview with CNN's Larry King: “The Health Department has done tests and at this point it is not a concern. So far, all the tests we have done do not show undue amounts of asbestos or any particular chemical agent that you have to be concerned about.” [CNN, 9/11/2001; ABC News, 9/13/2001; Healthline News, 9/15/2001]
People and organizations involved: Rudolph Giuliani
          

9:57 p.m. September 11, 2001      Environmental Impact

       Mayor Giuliani announces that New York City schools will be closed the following day. He explains that power is out on west side of Manhattan and that NYC Department of Health (DOH) tests indicate that no airborne chemical agents were released during attack. [CNN, 9/12/2001]
People and organizations involved: Rudolph Giuliani
          

September 14, 2001      Environmental Impact

       US Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Tommy G. Thompson announces after meetings in New York with NY State Governor George Pataki and NYC Mayor Rudolph Giuliani that the CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) will send 35 EIS officers to New York hospitals to assist “health officials and physicians monitor diseases, conduct a medical and health needs assessment, identify existing health problems, such as dust or allergic reactions, determine if there are new medical needs, and if already deployed resources are better used elsewhere.” [US Department of Health and Human Services, 9/14/01]
People and organizations involved: Rudolph Giuliani, US Health and Human Services (HSS), Tommy G. Thompson, George E. Pataki
          

December 3, 2001      Environmental Impact

       New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and NYC Health Commissioner Neal Cohen hold a joint press conference in which they state that vehicles contaminated with World Trade Center dust and debris would not be returned because cleaning the vehicles would be “too difficult.” And even if cars were cleaned, safety would be “inconclusive,” they explain. [New York Times, 12/4/2001 cited in Jenkins, 7/4/2003]
People and organizations involved: Neal L. Cohen, M.D., Rudolph Giuliani
          

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