The Center for Cooperative Research
U:     P:    
Not registered yet? Register here
Advanced Search

Main Menu
History Engine Sub-Menu
Miscellaneous Sub-Menu
End of Main Menu

Volunteers Needed!
Submit a timeline entry
Donate: If you think this site is important, please help us out financially. We need your help!
Email updates

Click here to join: Suggest changes to existing data, add new data to the website, or compile your own timeline. More Info >>


Profile: George E. Pataki


Positions that George E. Pataki has held:

  • Governor of New York




No quotes or excerpts for this entity.




No related entities for this entity.


George E. Pataki actively participated in the following events:


(Between 9:16-9:29 a.m.): Bush Works on Speech with Staff; Makes No Decisions      Complete 911 Timeline

Bush in a holding room before giving his speech. Communications director Dan Bartlett points to the TV, and the clock reads 9:25.
President Bush works with his staff to prepare a speech he will deliver at 9:29 a.m. (see 9:29 a.m.) He intermittently watches the television coverage in the room. [Albuquerque Tribune, 9/10/02] He also speaks on the phone to advisers, first calling National Security Adviser Rice, then Vice President Cheney, then New York Governor George Pataki. [Daily Mail, 9/8/02] Bush often turns to look at a television screen. He declares, “We're at war.” [BBC, 9/1/02] Bush later claims he makes no major decisions about the crisis until after boarding Air Force One at 9:55 a.m. (see (9:56 a.m.)).
People and organizations involved: George W. Bush, Condoleezza Rice, George E. Pataki, Richard ("Dick") Cheney

10:53 a.m. September 11, 2001      911 Environmental Impact

       New York's primary elections, which are in progress, are postponed. [CNN, 9/12/2001]
People and organizations involved: George E. Pataki

10:57 a.m. September 11, 2001      911 Environmental Impact

       Governor of New York George Pataki closes all state government offices. [CNN, 9/12/2001]
People and organizations involved: George E. Pataki

September 14, 2001      911 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: George E. Pataki, Rudolph ("Rudy") Giuliani, Tommy G. Thompson, US Health and Human Services (HSS)

October 9, 2001      911 Environmental Impact

       New York State Governor George E. Pataki announces that New York State will receive $8.5 million in federal funds. $3.5 million of the grant will be provided to the state over a period of five years for initiatives addressing any respiratory impacts of the WTC collapse. The remaining $5 million will be available immediately to support environmental monitoring in New York City, asthma surveillance, health interventions and asthma education. [Associated Press, 10/10/2001; State of New York, 10/9/01]
People and organizations involved: George E. Pataki

Except where otherwise noted, the textual content of each timeline is licensed under the Creative Commons License below:

Creative Commons License Home |  About this Site |  Development |  Donate |  Contact Us
Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Use