Jackson Heights, New York – Today Council Member Daniel Dromm partnered with The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings on hold a RemOATH Virtual Neighborhood Pop-Up Court. This event assisted constituents who had sanitation summonses by providing a hearing online instead of appearing in person.
NYC Council Member Daniel Dromm: “Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the transition between in-person city services and online services has been tough for many of our constituents as they had to adapt to a new way of living daily life. I want to thank the OATH for partnering with my office in assisting these individuals and making it easier for them to take care of their summons, especially when city offices have been closed. I look forward to collaborating further with their team.”
“OATH is proud to provide this service as we continue to try to find innovative ways to expand access to justice for New Yorkers, even during this difficult time,” said OATH Commissioner Joni Kletter.
New York City Council Member Daniel Dromm represents the 25th Council District, which includes Elmhurst and Jackson Heights. He chairs the Committee on Finance and serves on the following committees: Immigration, Education, Civil Service and Labor, Civil and Human Rights, and State and Federal Legislation. For more information, visit council.nyc.gov/daniel-dromm.