2018-01-31 / Front Page

Van Bramer, Fedcap Clean Defaced Veterans’ Monument And Park In Woodside

Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer power washing the sidewalk at 52nd St and Roosevelt Ave.

 Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer power washing the sidewalk at 52nd St and Roosevelt Ave. NYC Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer and Fedcap cleaned graffiti off of a veterans’ memorial at John Vincent Daniels Park in Woodside. The monument, dedicated to John Vincent Daniels, a Woodside native who lost his life in the final days of World War I in 1918, had been defaced the weekend of January 20 and 21, which was reported to the Council Member’s office.

“The defamation of a monument to those who have Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer and Fedcap crew at the cleaned John Vincent Daniels Monument.Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer and Fedcap crew at the cleaned John Vincent Daniels Monument.served our country is a disgrace that I will not accept,” said Council Member Van Bramer. “The minute a constituent reached out to my office and alerted me to the situation, I made sure this monument was cleaned and restored as quickly as possible. I am grateful to have teamed up with Fedcap’s Wildcat program to clean the park and our streets, and I am a strong supporter of their work.”

Council Member Van Bramer’s office has teamed up with Fedcap to clean graffiti and dirty streets throughout the 26th City Council District, and will continue to do so.
 

 


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