The College of Staten Island has partnered with the Office of the Borough President for a “phase 2″ launch of Clean Up Staten Island.


“We are happy to partner with the borough president on issues that are important to all Staten Islanders, like the litter problem,” said College of Staten Island President Dr. William J. Fritz.  “CSI is a microcosm of Staten Island. If we can make it work on our campus, we can make it work anywhere on Staten Island.”


“Partnering with local institutions like CSI gets our anti-litter message out to a wider audience,” said Borough President James Oddo. “By changing the culture and mindset in our schools and colleges about litter, we can stop the next generation of Staten Islanders from contributing to the problem.”


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Special Thanks to our Launch Partners



Edwin Markham Middle School – 20 Houston Street


Port Richmond High School – 85 St. Josephs Avenue




Staten Island Technical High School – 485 Clawson Street


The Westerleigh School – 200 Wardwell Avenue




Presenting Partners include the Victory Boulevard Merchants Association and other fine establishments



Alfonso’s Bakery and Pastry Shop – 1899 Victory Blvd


Bob’s Locksmith, A Touch of Brass – 1865 Victory Blvd


Clarks House of Flowers – 1875 Victory Blvd


Cucina Mia – 1880 Victory Blvd


Jimmy Maxx – 280 Watchogue Road


Ooh La La Italy Hair Salon – 1894 Victory Blvd



Reiman’s True Value Hardware – 1825 Victory Blvd


Risque Hair Salon – 1907 Victory Blvd


Staten Island Diner –  1877 Victory Blvd


Victory Bagels Deli & Grocery – 1888 Victory Blvd


Victory Sports – 1732 Victory Blvd


Williams Eyeworks – 1884 Victory Blvd



Bertram Ploog Discusses the Psychology of Littering




James Oddo Records a PSA in studios of WSIA