Queens Gazette posted an article reporting that Senator Gianaris will continue to represent Dutch Kills and the 12th senate district.
After the Dutch Kills Civic Association celebrated the last meeting of the season with a party at St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church on June 14, state Senator Michael Gianaris reported that the redistricting situation that had threatened his representation of the 12th senate district had been resolved. He is still representing Dutch Kills, among other localities. He said he would be speaking at the last commencement of Long Island City H.S., from which he graduated years ago, and was otherwise working to effect a smooth transition to a new school with a new name, Global Scholars Academy at Long Island City. He added that in the latest phase of the Gypsy Rose gentlemen’s club saga, the club’s owners, frustrated by the State Liquor Authority’s denial of a license, had acted on a threat to make the club on 21st Street by an exit of the Queensboro Bridge an all-nude establishment with a new name, Show Palace. Such a place cannot serve liquor or allow its consumption on premises. Gianaris said that further protest against the club may be necessary.
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