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Van Bramer gets results, wants his constituents to know about them

Jimmy Van Bramer and Sunnyside criime

Jimmy Van Bramer and Capt. Donald Powers at town hall meeting

Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer, who represents Sunnyside/Woodside & Long Island City, released his annual report card last month that stated how he had increased the number of schools in the district, upgraded neighborhood parks and funded cleanup programs.

The councilman’s report card also provided details on the number of constituent cases his office handled in 2012 as well as his attendance record in city hall.

Van Bramer said his office tackled 3,860 constituent cases in 2012, up 33% from a year earlier. His report said that many of the cases dealt with quality-of-life and real estate issues. He said many of these concerns—from sanitation issues to crime—led to town hall meetings. In 2012, he hosted 14 such meetings.

The councilman’s report also states in large print: “95% attendance record [in city hall] in 2012.”

Van Bramer keeps a high profile—which is partly why so many constituents call his office. He attends most events in the district and posts his whereabouts on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. He is often seen on television and in local newspapers advocating on behalf of his constituents.

The councilman’s release of his own self-assessment/report card is unique.

“I don’t want people to say ‘Where is he? What does he do? What does a councilman do?’” Van Bramer said. “People should know what their councilman does.”

Furthermore, “I am proud of this [report]…and I’m not going to wait for a newspaper to publish it…so I decided to share it.”

Van Bramer said that his biggest achievement has been bringing schools to the area.

“Five new school buildings are going up in my district,” he said. “I don’t know of another council district where there are so many going up.”

Two schools are scheduled to open in Long Island City this September (IS/HS 404 and PS/IS 312). Meanwhile, an elementary school in Sunnyside — located on 43rd Street between Queens Blvd and 47th Ave. —  is scheduled to open September 2014. Furthermore, by September 2015, an elementary school in Woodside, located on 39th Avenue (between 57th and 58th streets), should open.

In the past few months, after a great deal of prodding by Van Bramer, the School Construction Authority announced that an annex, which will cater to 350 students, will be added to PS 11 (54-25 Skillman Ave.) in Woodside.

Three parks in Sunnyside and Woodside are in the midst of being revamped, following funding allocations from Van Bramer’s office.

There was a groundbreaking at Lou Lodati Park, located at 43rd Street and Skillman Ave., last fall where a new asphalt surface is going down and a dog run is being built. The $1.4 million revamp, which will include some new planting beds, should be completed by August.

Meanwhile, a groundbreaking is expected at Noonan Playground (43rd Street and Greenpoint Ave.) in summer, which will increase the size of the playground, upgrade the sprinkler system and add shrubs. Additionally, the park house and basketball courts will be upgraded. The entire job, at a cost of $1.3 million, will be completed over the course of a year. Previously, it was going to be done in phases.

Van Bramer has also allocated $250,000 for the revamping of the dog run at Doughboy Park in Woodside. The design has yet to be completed, he said.

Van Bramer said he has tackled quality-of-life issues.

He said a $250,000 pigeon mitigation system is going to be installed this spring at the 46th, 52nd and 61st Street subway stations.  The majority of those funds will be spent at the 52nd Street where the sidewalks are blanketed by pigeon droppings.

The MTA will put in place a mitigation system that includes spiking, sound-based deterrents as well as low-voltage wiring.

Clean up day in Sunnyside Queens and Woodside QueensMeanwhile, Van Bramer’s $30,000 graffiti cleanup program is continuing for a third year, where streets such as Broadway, Skillman Ave, 43rd Ave., Roosevelt Ave., Woodside Ave. and 65th Place are cleaned monthly.

Last year, a Woodside street cleaning program began where two workers have been spending three days per week cleaning Roosevelt (51st to 61st Streets) and Woodside Avenues.

The councilman said his office over the past three years has turned into “a one-stop-shop of sorts where all constituent cases are being brought in.” He said, “If you do a good job, then the word will get out and more people will come.”

“The staff I hire work hard and are committed to helping people,” Van Bramer said. “I have dealt with the staff of other elected officials who have been rude and arrogant— talking down to constituents—and I have tried to avoid that.”

The office has seven full time staffers and is operating at capacity. Most of them are under the age of 30, and work long hours.

“We all work hard every single day and we are not going to stop,” Van Bramer said. “I don’t want to take the foot off the gas.”

For the councilman’s report card, please click here.

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43 Responses »

  1. Thank you Jimmy, for representing ALL the people of your district.

  2. Proud to live in a community that is so well represented by its Councilman and that its Councilman is so available and visible in his district.

    Kudos to you Councilman and to your staff who work so hard to make this community such a desirous place to live.

    And 3860 constituent cases addressed in 2012? What politician does that??

  3. Thank you Councilmember Van Bramer for your great work, especially in putting the emphasis on schools, and making this report available. Apologies accepted for burdening the neighborhood with that dog park. SOAP is going to help with the pigeon problem under the 7 train drawing the birds to the dog run and making that area a multi-purpose facility.

  4. When I called JVB’s office with a problem his staff member Deborah listened patiently while I blew off a huge head of steam. Then she calmly told me how to go about filing a complaint. When I hadn’t gotten back to her in a week, she called me! She called me to find out how I was doing with the issue. I think that qualifies as marvelous! Thank you Councilman. You set the standard for the rest of them.

  5. Deborah Tharrington. That is the name of JVB’s staff member. I think she deserves a raise, a promotion and more vacation time. She has a good heart a great brain, patience, persistence and she deserves the highest compensation possible for restoring my faith in city government. And JVB deserves credit for hiring her.

  6. Good job Mr. Councilman.
    Please update us on what is going on with the result of the closure of the Foodtown on Greenpoint. Many of us utilized that market, and with its closure are now having to travel further for groceries. Not a huge deal I know, but mainly am curious as to whether or not a new market will open in its place, or are we going to lose it to residential development as I have been hearing.

  7. Met Jimmy in the city a few years back when he voted in favour of an issue that related to me,as i was thanking him i informed him that i had not voted for him in the city council election to which he replied,”Well maybe you will next time”,I told him I certainly would and I will,been watching Jimmy in the community over the last few years and must say he has been a great asset to our neighborhood,Congratulations Jimmy and keep up the good work.

  8. He and his staff are always responsive and accessible.

  9. I don’t agree. He’s young looking with white hair. He’s two steps away from being a Bond villain. I can’t trust that.

  10. Thank you Mr. Van Bramer for renovating Lou Lodati! Now our neighborhood kids can bike down there, play softball and basketball down there, they way I used to as a kid. Plus, the other added bonus is that fabulous soon to be dog run! Kudos to the S.U.D.S. organization for being an active member of the community, having a vision and making it come to fruition! FYI for Rick Duro: I had a conversation with an official from the Parks Department Department today, and not only is it illegal for anybody to feed the pigeons in or near the dog run, but there are very fines associated with that, if the person feeding the pigeons gets caught. So too bad for the pigeons, but their stomping grounds will have to remain under the EL and their daily meals will have to be donated by the sympathetic avian lovers in the neighborhood. Keep up the good work, Jimmy!

  11. Is Woodside and Sunnyside a better place since Jimmy Van Bremer took office?

    The answer is : YES !!!!

    We now live in the best neighborhood in NYC.

    Great job and thank you to Jimmy and his staff.

  12. I agree – Sunnyside is a GREAT place to live. The councilman and his staff are active and engaged in the community.

    The new school facilities are a big step forward. Some of the test scores still need improvement (no fault of the councilman) but the neighborhood is fantastic and constantly improving to make the quality of life better.

    Though I’ll be moving due to some overriding educational concerns in District 24 (it is on the right path and I totally applaud that, but as a personal matter, I just feel more comfortable in another district – sorry!), I plan to keep a residence in Sunnyside for summers because it is just such a special place!

  13. Thank you Jimmy! You are an unbelievable asset to our community. Thank you for listening, and making our community a better place to live. You are the voice we needed to get these jobs done. I’m especially grateful for the dog run. My dogs Barnum and Provo can’t wait to have a place to run! They send their thanks! Keep up the good work.

  14. Sunnyside is a better place and JVB is one major reason for that. I’m grateful for all that he has done to help improve our great ‘hood. Good work on the schools, park improvements and the attention to detail that has made more people in Sunnyside feel like part of the equation.

    He is real and accessible. I am glad to have worked with him over the last 3+ years on the improvements to Lodati Park and the future home of the SUDS Dog Run. It will be a great multi-use facility, where everyone wins, getting their piece of the pie. Now, if OM could step up and get his ballplayers to use the bathroom up the ramp instead of exposing themselves in public in front of children and leaving lakes of urine everywhere, we could keep the park and it’s new trees/plantings looking beautiful.

    As for OM’s fixation on pigeons, they are groups that can help you, they net them and take them to the Poconos, sadly releasing them for target practice. While I am against this barbarism, it’d be great if OM could work with this group to humanely release them to the woods of the Keystone State.

    RD

  15. Wonderful neighborhood.

    Moving to Forest Hills for P.S. 196/101 for kids’ schools (breaks my heart but P.S. 196 — 98% of kids proficient in subject matters, P.S. 199 only 59%). Admittedly standardized tests are not everything, but still, they are one factor for a parent to consider.

    But have always spoken so highly of Sunnyside that family will be living in our apartment while we’re away & we hope to come back for summers.

    Keep up the good work! But keep working. Get the numbers up to at least 75-80% so that parents with kids don’t feel a pressure cooker to leave for education. . .

  16. There’s a lotta ass kissing on this site.

  17. Can this site get its nose any further up JVB’s butt?

  18. Not only has Jimmy Van Bramer been a great Councilman, but he is truly a nice person. He has been way more effective than Eric Gioia. Keep up the good work, Mr. Van Bramer!

  19. Native, I wonder if the supposed regulation on feeding pigeons is enforced in the same way as the regulation that says Lodati Park closes at sunset, yet people with their dogs are in the park until close to midnight keeping neighbors awake with the barking and howling.
    RD, I told you before that I have no involvement with the folks who play soccer or volley ball in the park except to know there’s a lot of soccer and volley play happening in the park. I do have a concern about your repeated comments about these groups which give off a whiff of the stench of racism. You wouldn’t want people to get the wrong idea about your group of old white guys. If you and SUDS are so concerned about the behavior of the soccer players, then why did you design the park to move the basketball courts, primarily used by younger teens, away from the Skillman Ave/playground side of the asphalt field over to back of the field where the soccer players congregate? Perhaps you and SUDS can address your concerns directly to those you worry about as these people come into the park down the ramp and pass in front of the entrance to the dog park.

  20. Was this piece written by Van Bramer’s office? It sure seems like it.

  21. I contacted JVB’s office a while back to lodge a complaint against a building in our area that consistently had garbage all over it that no one took care of. It took a while, but they sent a letter to the Sanitation Dept and got the landlords to clean it up!

    I was super impressed!

    Unfortunately that landlord is back at it with the garbage, but still!

  22. I like Jimmy, but no, this area is not better! In fact, I think it is becoming worse. If you want a better neighborhood, try Forest Hills or Jamaica Estates or Fresh Meadows.

  23. How can dog owners assemble in Lou Lodati Park with their dogs if the park is under renovation and completely closed off? I live a block away and I never hear any barking or howling. If any SUDS members do happen to assemble, it could be down by the handball courts at night, when nobody is playing handball anyway and the sound of the LIRR would be sure to drown out the noise emanating from dogs barking. The more complaints are made about people feeding pigeons, the more inspectors they assign to the area and people will eventually get caught and will receive a fine. Alas, the pigeon population has dwindled due to the Asian men who have now been spotted at Torsney, Noonan Park and various parks in Manhattan, jumping out of a van, netting the pigeons and then taking off with them. I guess because they are pigeons, not many people care when they see this. Once the dog run is open, nobody can really complain about a dog or two barking. It is after all, a dog run…Thanks again for that dog run, JVB!

  24. Oh, OM, you are so silly. I am probably the least racist person you could ever meet.

    Any adult that urinates/defecates in plain view of the public (especially w/ children running around), illegally sells/consumes alcohol in public, does drugs, vandalizes public property, leaves trash/broken bottles strewn about, get wasted and passes out on the ground, fights, gambles, etc etc is doing the wrong thing. It doesn’t matter if they are white, black, green, purple or from the dark side of the moon. If a bunch of old Italian Bocce ball players were doing the above, I’d voice just as much concern. I think you know where you can put that race card of yours.

    As for SUDS being a ‘group of old white guys’, again, you show your cluelessness. SUDS has members that are White, Spanish, Black, Asian, Arabic, you name it, with age ranges that run the gamut from teens, young kids with their parents, 20somethings, all the way up to our resident Orchestra Conductor, a young and spry 80!

    Way back when the idea of the redesign of the park was brought up you voiced your concern that it was taking away space from the majority of users, the soccer players, which, of course was wrong (again). Anyone see a pattern here? Volleyball was played much more often and took up much more space than soccer. Do you know why they took up all that room?Many locals didn’t want to bring their kids, or use the park themselves, because of the disgusting behavior that was going on. I, too, refused to take my niece and nephew in that park. Also, volleyball (and sometimes soccer) players would set up their nets early in the morning, to ‘claim space’ and then not use it until 3pm+. So, you would walk into the park to play some ball and guess what? No room. As you felt so concerned for their plight, regardless of what they were doing to destroy the park each night, you must a champion of theirs.

    The goal isn’t to encourage people to keep urinating/dumping in the park, the ball players need to be held accountable for these kinds of actions. It’s irrelevant where the hoops courts will be. People need to do the right thing. (just as people w/ dogs should be picking up, encouraging their pets to go closer to the curb, etc) They will no longer be able to hide behind the trees and do their deeds, as the trees will be fenced off. Maybe, now, they will walk up the ramp and do their biz in the bathroom. People walking by a fenced in dog run, surrounded by trees, is not a problem.

    SUDS has a stellar record. If we were the menace in the park, with groups of hounds a-bayin’, @ midnight, as you claim, we would have been told about it and would have not been unanimously approved for the run. But, you are the propaganda king, so anything you say is taken with a mountain of salt by many. Isn’t Bloomberg trying to get us all to cut back on the salt?

    RD

  25. SUDS has used that park @ night from Fall 2001-Summer 2012. We have a ’2 bark rule’: Once your dog barks twice you have to go get’em and shut’em up. Simple. Thus, the lack of complaints against us. In fact, most people never knew we were even in there to begin with, as we were so quiet and in the dark.

    Yet, in the dark, we still cleaned up the disaster area that was left behind on a daily basis from the folks that used it all day.

    RD

  26. rick, a’2 bark rule’does it work with wives?

  27. There you go Native, Asian men and Hispanic soccer players; anybody else you folks at SUDS want to keep out of Lodati Park?

  28. He really has been very good. A pro. He’ll have my vote again.

  29. I always refer to this Oppressed Masses person as a tool, but he is more of a clown. Totally getting off the subject of this article. Didn’t you read the new rules from the Sunnyside Post?

  30. Well put, Mr. Murphy.

    We have never wanted to keep anyone out of the park. I love the fact that people, regardless of race, gender, creed, political affiliation, or ‘toolness’ are getting exercise, socializing and networking w/i the confines of the park. The park is for everyone in the ‘hood to use and enjoy. Just do the right thing and take care of it. Why is that a racial issue? Like I said, I’d ask the same of Italian Octogenarian Bocce ball players. I think if more people spoke up to people like public urinators, dog poo violators, garbage dumpers, irresponsible parents and their kids we’d all have a better neighborhood. When I see actions like these I say something.

    SUDS tried, over the last decade, working with the ballplayers to figure out a solution to the disaster area they would leave. Things would get better for a few days and then revert back to ‘normal’. The excessive drinking of booze doesn’t help.

    We have SUDS members from Myanmar, does that count, OM? Any responsible dog owner is welcome w/i SUDS. We then try and school the irresponsible.

    If you see something, SPEAK UP.

    Mickey, I’m not touching that ’2 bark rule’ on wives, especially on Valentines Day!

    RD

  31. Sunnyside Post should really start deleting Oppressed Masses comments because they are ridiculous and they are not pertaining to the story line. I admit that I feel sorry for OM, as I am sure he spent Valentine’s Day alone, with not even man’s best friend by his side. I can only imagine how lonely he is, until the time when he has out of town family members come to visit him, so he can drag them onto our lovely 7 train. A few years ago, our older Irish neighbor got a picture, albeit blurry, of the Asian men right after they did a quick scoop up at Noonan Park. It was a white van and there was no back license plate. There is nothing racist in saying that these men were spotted and their ethnicity is in fact Asian. Our other neighbor John saw this happen this past summer 2012 in Manhattan. I would be willing to bet that they will be back to Noonan or Torsney Park at some point, so everybody should be aware. Maybe we can work with JVB on this as well. He cares about so many different issues within his community. Agree with Mr. Murphy, Jimmy Van Bramer has done more for our community than Eric Gioia ever did.

  32. Native, you and RD have tried mightly to surpress any negative comment about the wisdom of spending a large sum of public monies on a dog park when there are so many pressing human needs in our neighborhood. You and Rick routinely resort to ad hominen attacks on me and others who raise contrary points regarding the dog park, when not making up national origin based horror stories about users of the park and fish tales about a priest miraculously healing a dog. By the way, the purported diversity of SUDS has been hardly evident in the small group of old white guys that march under the SUDS banner in the St Patrick’s Parade For All. So if you can’t take the dirt, stop dishing it. Since you asked, I enjoyed a wonderful Valentine’s Day with the lady of my dreams which I think is more satisfying than your evening of laying with a dog by your side staring at blurry pictures of Asian men scooping up pigeons near a white van with no back license plate.

  33. No, we shouldn’t be deleting OM’s ‘stuff’. It’s important that he gets to air it out. It’s what makes our society great.

    Dog parks are just as much about people as they are about the dogs that frolic in them. People much wiser than you approved us unanimously and not a single person showed up to any of the cmmty bd meetings we attended to speak out against us. Neighborhoods all over the city have them and they are better for it. Now it’s our turn. Not only did we get the dog run, but our much larger goal of fixing up the whole park for all to enjoy.

    Not everyone marches in the parade. We have had as many as 60+ people and as few as 15, depends on the weather, etc. What would you like me to do? How about I personally send you some of the 1000+ photos I have from the past 10 years of SUDS people/pooches? You will see an 80 year young Queens College Prof, an Asian American NYPD officer, the Eastern European family of Ruby (Mom, Dad, 3 kids), Jake the HS kid, the owners of Lucky and Milo from Myanmar, the African American owner of a basset hound puppy, Yuki’s Asian owners (and my neighbors), the African American owner of the neopolitan mastiff, the latino owners of Hazel (who also does grooming locally), the chinese couple who own Lucky the Shiba Inu, the Colombian owner of Emma, Hoover’s Asian owners, Spring Moon’s Venezuelan owner, Truman’s Latino owner (and our Webmaster), the list goes on and on. You display your ignorance very well.

    Making up stories about what was going on @ the park?! Again, you are out of touch and clueless as to what is going on right outside your own window. We took photos of the carnage and brought it to the community board/parks dept years ago. Where were you? Nowhere to be found.

    I’m glad that you have someone special OM, it makes me feel better that someone is willing to take care of you.

    I, too spent the evening, and early morning hours, with my lady friend…and our mutts:)

    OM, please join us, w/ bird, on 3.3 for the St Pat’s parade, so that we can have an oppressed person and a bird to add to your melting pot.

    Cheers,

    Rick

  34. Aww! Oppressed Masses spent Valentine’s Day with the lady of his dreams! So…how is your Mom doing?? Does she know what a nut you are? I presume she is the reason for your anti-dog attitude. Probably never let you owned one, or you got bit & she wasn’t around to protect you OR she owned one and favored the dog over you. Yep. That’s got to be it. Mommy issues…

  35. Native, sounds like you have been lapping up too much Old Grand Dad from that bowl on the floor or your rabies vaccinations are out of date. You need to go chase a stick and clear your mind.

  36. My Father worked as a therapist at one of the most well known mental health hospitals (I will withhold the name) in the tri-state area and I just firmly believe (as do many others on here) that you are mentally unstable. Plain and simple. Like I said…Mommy issues. That lady of your dreams, if she is smart which I doubt already, should start packing her bags & head for the hills.

    To stick with the topic at hand & to stay in compliance with the Sunnyside Post’s requests, thanks for the dog run, Jimmy and keep up the good work! Now our neighborhood kids will have a great new park to play in!

  37. So how much has Jimmy “allocated” towards dogs in the district? Lodati Park, then another quarter of a million in Windmuller? Any indication that SUDS will take some serious measures towards insuring that all the dogs are licensed or that owners will make a serious effort to clean up after their “small number” of fellow dog owners who don’t, curb their dogs(remember that?) keep their dogs out of the Windmuller basketball courts and kiddy playgrounds (read the signs). Would it be too much to ask a dog owner to try to move his dog a few feet from the front door before it pees, to wait on the next elevator when there’s already one dog on it, and to see that some tickets are written for non-compliant dog owners? Also, why allocate our money to fix up the health code violations of the MTA who are operating a nuisance? It would be better to spend the quarter of a million on a nice lawsuit and also arrest the mentally ill pigeon feeders who follow a clockwork schedule of lawbreaking. I’ll gladly point them out to the authorities. San Francisco has a low cost dog waste methane generating plant in Golden Gate Park that works quite nicely. It could be paid for out of licensing fees and not allocations. It really hasn’t gotten any easier to walk around the neighborhood without stepping in dog feces or breaking your stride because two dogs on long leashes won’t let you pass. What do you say, Mr. Van Bremer?

  38. Native, have you spoken with Daddy about your fantasy where a priest makes the sign of the cross on a dying dog when suddenly the dog’s tail wags furiously and the dog is miraculously cured? How about your desire to take your dog on a date to Claret Wine Bar and
    sit in the outdoor seating area. Do you think Daddy can cure you of your habit of taking your dog at night to the handball courts at Lodati Park and letting the dog run around and crap all over the handball courts? Thank you Councilmember Van Bramer for helping to fund the City’s mental health program so that Native can get the help he needs and his Daddy gets to keep his job.

  39. HAHA! I, along with many dog owners, enjoy sitting at either of the sidewalk tables at both Bar 43 and Claret…spending money in OUR neighborhood and enjoying the beautiful weather. I don’t drag my family on the 7 train to head into another neighborhood and spend my money elsewhere, like you. Until our SUDS dog run is open, we take our dogs up to Sherry Park on 65th Place & Queens Blvd., where it is completely enclosed. The handball courts at Lou Lodati Park is not closed off and we deem it unsafe for our pets. Just because you are so concerned, Daddy just recently retired and is enjoying travelling and just got back from a vaca where he was golfing at Pebble Beach. Although he can still practice, he is not up to taking on any patients right now, so you will have to go elsewhere for your desperately needed psychotherapy. Although you would be a case that that he would love to examine, he is living the life and doesn’t have time for your obvious Mommy issues right now. Even though the majority of us believe that you are mentally unstable, I personally think a full blown lobotomy will better suit you. I am sure the lady of your dreams (key word: dreams) would appreciate the gesture. Thank you Jimmy Van Bramer and Helen Marshall for helping us finally secure the funds for our dog run! Only a few more months to go now!

  40. Actually Native I took my family to the Turkish Grill that snowy winter night two years ago before heading off to Manhattan to see a Broadway show. We were the only customers in the restaurant that evening and the staff was very happy to see us. I always eat dinner at one of Sunnyside’s fine restaurants before heading off to Manhattan for a night of entertainment. By the way, I understand that it’s a health code violation to bring a dog into a restaurant unless it is a service dog. But then again many dog owners are obnoxious and don’t think laws like curbing your dog or picking up the dog’s poop apply to them. So the next time Native you and the other girls decide to for drinks and to talk about the posters on this web site, leave Fido at home.

  41. I too believe JVB is doing a fine job. I would like to know however if any thought was ever given to creating a park in the area with REAL grass, and REAL space for such things as having a family picnic, reading a book/iPad/Kindle etc, snoozing etc. Have lived here for just over a year it only really struck me after moving that there is no such public green space within walking distance. Does this community not deserve such an amenity? Having a new dog run is great – especially if it will reduce the amount of dog-poop and urine that us non-dog owning parents have to sidestep every morning and evening while bringing our kids to and from school. I also have noticed the evening use of the kids playground for dogs which is a complete disgrace, as yet again, the owners of these animals don’t know how to pick up the poop their animal has dropped but the child that uses the playground most certainly does. Its a disgrace and I hope JVB starts a much needed campaign to shame such people. If we as parents can train our kids to relieve themselves in the ‘proper’ places then Sunnyside dog owners should be subject to that same standard. Respect your neighborhood and fellow neighbors.

  42. Hmm…I believe I said we were at the sidewalk tables at Bar 43 or Claret. We were not sitting at a table indoors. Go google NYC outdoor cafes and see how many people sit outside at these restaurants with their dogs. Tell me if you find any occurrences online where a dog owner was issued a citation for sitting at an outdoor cafe. Dog owners & their dogs dining at outdoor sidewalk cafes is quite a common occurrence in the Spring, Summer and Fall here in the five boroughs of NYC and I have yet to hear about any owner being issued a ticket for violating the NYC health code while sitting outside. There are a TON of restaurants with outdoor cafes that allow dogs. I would just be interested for you to produce such evidence. I am intrigued. We sit at Bar 43 quite often with the pooches and we are friends with Mick and Nick, two of the owners of Bar 43. We would gladly respect their wishes if they didn’t want the dogs there.

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