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.
On January 5, Majority Leader Van Bramer joined Commissioner Julie Menin, Deputy Mayor Richard Buery, Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina, UFT President Michael Mulgrew, and funders Jon and Mindy Gray to announce that kindergarten students in School District 30 will each recieve a college savings account with $100 to help them save for college.
On January 4, the New York City Council voted unanimously to expand the boundaries of the Long Island City Business Improvement District, doubling the area that will recieve services. Majority Leader Van Bramer is pictured here with Elizabeth Lusskin, the Director of the Long Island City Partnership, which manages the BID.
On December 20, Majority Leader Van Bramer joined the Girl Scouts and the Dutch Kills Civic Association to host a holiday party for the residents of Pam's Place, a women's shelter in Dutch Kills.
On December 20, Majority Leader Van Bramer joined colleagues to cut the ribbon on the brand-new Elmhurst Community Library! He is pictured here with Queens Library President Dennis Walcott and Congresswoman Grace Meng.
On December 19, Majority Leader Van Bramer joined Council Member Constantinides and Tom Ryan, director of the Northern Woodside Coalition, to celebrate the holiday lights in Woodside and Astoria.
On December 16, Majority Leader Van Bramer delivered a proclamation to the first responders at EMS Station 45, in honor of their lifesaving work during a fire in Sunnyside on October 7.