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Councilmember Brad Lander’s Damning Developer Donations - Who’s He Trying To Kid? : Councilmember Brad LanderCouncilmember Brad Lander, whose 39th district includes Gowanus, is currently running for New York City Comptroller. On his campaign website he announces that he is not taking money from corporate PACs or lobbyists, or from for-profit real estate developers or landlords. It was a much different story when he ran unopposed for his district seat for a third term in 2017.In that year, a stu
State Suspends Liquor Licenses of 10 Queens Establishments, Including Astoria’s Bohemian Hall Beer Garden : Aug. 12, 2020 By Allie Griffin Ten more Queens bars and restaurants had their liquor licenses suspended over the past week — including New York’s oldest beer garden — as the state continues to crack down against establishments that violate coronavirus regulations. The state’s task force led by the State Police and State Liquor Authority... Read more » The post State Suspends Liquor License
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