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Senate Deputy Leader Gianaris Speaks to Community Board 1 Meeting

February 18, 2021

ASTORIA – Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris spoke at Queens Community Board 1’s February 16 meeting where he delivered an update on his efforts to further pandemic recovery. During his remarks, Senator Gianaris talked about his efforts to push for more small business relief and prevent the siting of a new power plant in western Queens.

“Our small businesses have suffered greatly over the last year, as has our environment. I will continue fighting to get small businesses the relief they deserve, and to stop yet another fossil fuel plant on our waterfront” said Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris.

Senator Gianaris also stressed his availability to assist local residents with vaccination appointments, unemployment applications and PPE supply.

Senator Gianaris’ comments are available on YouTube: 

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