Majority Leader Van Bramer Cleans Hateful Graffiti in Astoria

Astoria – Yesterday, December 4, Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer scrubbed hateful and homophobic graffiti from a bus shelter in Astoria, removing a message that read “kill fags and dykes” from an advertisement for the 2017 World Pride Celebration hours after a constituent notified him of the vandalism.

Majority Leader Van Bramer Introduces Bill to Open City Hall to the Public on Weekends

City Hall – On November 29, Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer introduced legislation to open City Hall to the public on weekends. While technically a public building, only visitors with a stated reason are allowed inside, and tourists and visitors are regularly turned away at the gates. Under Intro 1380, the Department of Citywide Administrative Services would be required to open the building to all visitors on Saturdays, Sundays, or both.

Majority Leader Van Bramer Visits Islamic School In Woodside

Woodside, NY – On November 23, Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer visited the Razi School, an Islamic school in Woodside, to reassure students, parents, and faculty that Queens values people of all religions and backgrounds.

Majority Leader Van Bramer’s Bill to Regulate Commercial Cyclists Employed by UberEATS Heard

Majority Leader Van Bramer’s legislation would ensure all businesses that work with commercial cyclists are subject to the same regulations

Majority Leader Van Bramer Unveils Design for $4.5 Million Upgrade for Dutch Kills Playground

Dutch Kills – Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer and Queens Parks Commissioner Dorothy Lewandowski unveiled designs for the $4.5 million renovation of Dutch Kills Playground. They were joined by PS 112 Principal Rafael Campos Gatjens, George Stamatiades, President of the Dutch Kills Civic Association, Community Board 1, and local students and families.

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