Murray, Mangano Honor Local Workers at BIANCO Installation Dinner

Former and current Rockville Centre workers honored.

Rockville Centre Mayor Francis Murray was joined by Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano in honoring former and current Rockville Centre workers Thomas Domanico, Dennis McCabe and Douglas Knab at the 60th Annual Dinner and Installation of Officers of BIANCO (Building Inspectors Association of Nassau County).

Domanico serves, with distinction, as the Deputy Superintendent of Building Department and Secretary to the Planning Board for the Village of Rockville Centre, and is a former member of the Village of Rockville Centre Architectural Design Consultants.

In addition, Domanico has owned and operated Thomas P. Domanico Architect since 1990. He is currently a member of the BIANCO Board of Directors.

"I thank BIANCO for inviting me to join them in honoring these individuals who have embodied the mission of BIANCO to encourage professionalism throughout all aspects of the building industry, including the enforcement of laws," Murray said.

McCabe has proudly served the public for more than three decades. As NYSBOC (New York State Building Officials Conference) President, he provided the first set of NYS Family of Codes for all Code Enforcement Officers within the State of New York.

He also exhibited his commitment to the environment as the NYSBOC's first Green Committee Chairman, after having served as ICC (International Code Council) Green Committee Vice Chairman and leading the way for the International Green Code Adoption. In addition, McCabe is an honorary member or BIANCO.

Knab serves, with distinction, as a Town of Hempstead Building Department Building Inspector and Code Enforcement Officer. He has also served in the Carpentry Department of the Town of Hempstead Parks and Recreation Department.

Knab has been a member of both the NYSBOC and BIANCO since 2001.

Another honoree of the evening included Dan Casella of the Village of Rockville Centre.


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