District 49 - Council Member - Democrat
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Deborah Rose

Deborah Rose

District 49 - Council Member - Democrat
Deputy Majority Leader
Chair - Committee on Waterfronts
New York City Councilwoman Debi Rose holds the distinction of being the first African-American elected official from the Island, winning the 49th Council District seat (North Shore/Staten Island) in 2009. Councilwoman Rose currently serves as deputy majority leader and chair of the New York City Council's Waterfronts Committee. In October 2013, the Councilwoman successfully secured the largest economic development project to ever come to Staten Island, including the world's tallest observation wheel, the city's first outlet mall and $100 million in city investments for the North Shore. Read more

About Debi Rose 

For more information about Councilwoman Debi Rose, visit DebiRose.nyc. There you'll find

  • latest news from District 49 and City Hall
  • upcoming events on the North Shore of Staten Island
  • a form to report neighborhood concerns
  • information about and renderings of upcoming North Shore development projects
  • contact information for staff
  • and much more!

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General Information

Entered City Council: 01/01/2010
Current Term Expires: 12/31/2017

Represents: St. George, Tompkinsville, Stapleton, Snug Harbor, Livingston, New Brighton, Randall Manor, West Brighton, Silver Lake, Clove Lakes, Clifton, Concord, Rosebank, Port Richmond, Elm Park, Mariners Harbor

Committees: Waterfront; Aging; Civil Rights; Education; Rules, Privileges and Elections; Transportation