Activists hold signs that say “Children Are Going to Die” during a speed camera demonstration outside a school in Woodside. // Photo courtesy of TransAlt

Van Bramer Is Latest Lawmaker to Clock School Speeders

The site of local lawmakers gripping radar guns to clock drivers outside Queens schools has become a familiar one for motorists cruising through Queens school zones this summer.

Ever since the State Senate allowed the school speed camera program to expire last month, Assembly Members, Senators and Council Members have united with advocacy organizations to keep the issue front and center in the minds of senate Republicans, constituents and drivers

With schools set to open for classes in less than three weeks, District 26 Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer headed to the Razi School on Queens Boulevard yesterday.

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DHS has again proposed turning an abandoned factory at 78-17 Cooper Ave. into a homeless shelter // Eagle photo by David Brand

Sunnyside Sign Shines, Holden Fights Shelter Site and Moped Share Hits Queens Today

QUEENS DAILY EAGLE Covering the courts and legal community in the world’s most diverse urban center TUESDAY, JULY 31, 2018 

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