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scis·su·ra

, pl.

scis·su·rae

(si-sū'ră, -rē),
1. Cleft or fissure.
2. A splitting.
Synonym(s): scissure
[L.]

scis·su·ra

, pl. scissurae (si-sūr'ă, -ē)
1. Cleft or fissure.
2. A splitting.
Synonym(s): scissure.
[L.]

scis·su·ra

, pl. scissurae (shi-sūr'ă, -ē)
1. Cleft or fissure.
2. A splitting.
[L.]
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Scissura, along with Building Congress chairman Milo E.
Scissura pointed out that New York's population and economy continue to grow and that there are still many opportunities to build in sectors like commercial, residential, healthcare, education, culture and infrastructure.
According to Scissura, who delivered his comments as part of a panel convened to discuss how Amazon's Long Island City-slated HQ2 and New York's infrastructure fit together, he has the benefit of hindsight when it comes to controversy of the deal.
"Time and time again, the desperate state of our country's inadequate and deteriorating infrastructure has been discussed as a priority," sad Carlo Scissura, president of the NYBC in a statement last month.
The rest of the 45 committee members include Carlo Scissura, president and CEO of New York Building Congress, Santos Rodriguez, the director of Community Affairs & Strategic Initiatives for the NYC Building Trades Council and many local community members.
"The New York Building Congress applauds Governor Cuomo and President Trump for cutting through partisan politics to discuss the Gateway Program--the most important infrastructure project in the country," the organization's president, Carlo Scissura, said in a statement.
"Time and time again, the desperate state of our country's inadequate and deteriorating infrastructure has been discussed as a priority," reads a letter signed by Carlo Scissura, President of the NYBC.