On February 1, Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer joined his council colleagues to introduce legislation making it easier for the city to track down perpetrators of hit-and-run crimes.
On January 31, Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer joined the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce to honor the Sunnysider of the Year, Tony Lana, for his 40 years of service to the community.
On January 31, Majority Leader Van Bramer joined students, parents, and teachers from Hunters Point Community Middle School to install a People's Stop Sign at the dangerous intersection of 5th St and 51st Ave in Long Island City.
On January 29, Majority Leader Van Bramer called an emergency rally to protest white supremacists and neo-Nazis perpetrating hate speech in Astoria.
On January 26, Majority Leader Van Bramer joined Transportation Alternatives and Council colleagues to release the results of a poll showing that most New Yorkers favor common-sense reforms to improve street safety.
On January 26, Majority Leader Van Bramer hosted a town hall meeting with the new Commanding Officer of the 108th Precinct, Captain Ralph Forgione.
On January 20, Majority Leader Van Bramer gave remarks before a screening of "Loving" at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria.
On January 18, Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer's cultural package, the largest package of legislation to ever come out of the Committee on Cultural Affairs and Libraries, was passed unanimously by the City Council.
On January 13, the expansion of the Long Island City Business Improvement District, sponsored by Majority Leader Van Bramer, was signed into law.
On January 10, Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer joined Bishop Mitchell Taylor to drop off thousands of food items to the Center of Hope International Bread of Life Food Pantry, serving residents of Queensbridge and Long Island City.