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Jimmy Van Bramer

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Astoria »

"For us, the subway has always been in a state of emergency," one disability advocate said.

Sunnyside »

"That is a broken system," Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer said of the city's use of commercial hotels.

Sunnyside »

The Sunnyside Shines BID will be able to program the arch to to display colors for holidays and events. 

Sunnyside »

The NYC Commission on Human Rights is investigating reports of tenant harassment at the building.

Sunnyside »

Tenants say Neal Milano has been threatening residents in their Sunnyside building. 

Long Island City »

The new site is a 7,500-square-foot former industrial building at 38-29 24th St.

Long Island City »

The funding will allow the troop to serve 14 additional city shelter sites, officials said.

Long Island City »

Engine Company 261 was shuttered under Mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2003.

Long Island City »

The DOT initially rejected a sign at the site, but "reanalyzed" that decision after demands from locals.

Woodside »

The City Council funds will be used to restore the infantryman statue and plaza area.

Long Island City »

The library, which was originally supposed to open in 2014, is now expected to open in 2018.

Sunnyside »

A cyclist was killed and another seriously injured at 43rd Avenue and 39th Street this month.

Civic Center »

Officials, cultural groups and artists like the Talking Heads singer will rally at noon Monday.

Woodside »

Councilman Van Bramer received a report about a man who was targeted by scammers posing as ICE agents.

Bed-Stuy »

No Brooklyn council member has been speaker. That could change this year.