General Rodolfo Stange Oelckers is a Chilean politician and former senator. He was a member of the Government Junta that ruled Chile during the dictatorship period from 1973 to 1990, representing the police force, he was elected Senator in 1998, finishing his term in 2005. Stange was born in southern Chile, he was the son of German ancestry. Because of his, he studied in the German Institute of Puerto Montt and in the Liceo de Hombres, he joined the Military in the Carabineros two years later. Thanks to a scholarship, Stange was able to continue his university studies in West Germany and upon his return he became a teacher of Police Sciences and Police Administration. In 1970, Stange was named Administrative Chief of the School of Carabineros, he was appointed the Coronel Director of the Superior Institute of Carabineros. In 1977, after the Chilean coup d'état, he became President of the Mining Company of Vallenar. During the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, Stange rose through the ranks until becoming General Subdirector of the police force in June 1982.
When General Director César Mendoza Duran resigned on August 2, 1985, Stange was duly appointed to that post, serving ex officio as member of the military junta. Stange continued serving as general director after Pinochet's dictatorship ended in 1990. After finishing his term as General Director of Carabineros in 1995, Stange dedicated himself to politics, he joined the Independent Democratic Union and in 1997 was elected to the 17th Senatorial Circunscription. While in the Senate, from 1998 to 2006, Stange participated in the Commission of the Environment and the Commission of Maritime Issues and Aquaculture, he joined the Commission of Government and Regionalization, the Commission of Public Works, the Special Commission of Security. The general was accused of several human rights abuses, including obstruction of justice charges in the Caso Degollados and the murder of Julio Verne Acosta y Carlos Bezmalinovic, both members of the MIR, with the high ranks of the DIPOLCAR. Profile from the Chilean Library of Congress
Manhattan Community Board 6 is a New York City community board, part of the local government apparatus of the city, with responsibility for the East Side of Manhattan from 14th Street to 59th Street. This includes the neighborhoods of Gramercy Park, Stuyvesant Park, Stuyvesant Town, Peter Cooper Village, Rose Hill, Waterside Plaza, Murray Hill, Kips Bay, Turtle Bay, Tudor City, Sutton Place; the eastern and western borders are the East River and Lexington Avenue, except between 34th Street and 40th Street, where the area extends west to Madison Avenue, between 20th Street and 22nd Street where it extends west to Park Avenue South. As of 2000, the Community Board has a population of 136,152, up from 133,748 in 1990 and 127,556 in 1980. Of them, 103,884 are White non Hispanic, 5,241 are African-American, 14,458 Asian or Pacific Islander, 123 American Indian or Native Alaskan, 396 of some other race, 2,474 of two or more race, 9,576 of Hispanic origins. 5.7% of the population benefit from public assistance as of 2004, up from 3.2% in 2000.
The land area under the responsibility of the Board is 1.37 square miles. Official site of the Community Board