From the Queens Gazette:
Councilmember Eric Gioia, whose district includes Dutch Kills, was not in attendance. His absence was noted scornfully by several people, and his legislative aide, Elgeo Harris, had to endure a fusillade of shouts and groans as he tried to read a letter from Gioia that expressed his concern for the community and its plight.
Rumor has it that the doorman's union wants to revoke Eric's membership. Anyway, he was probably staking out the G-Spot:
"There was a sexually explicit logo on the wall," Gioia said of the ornate G logo, which was drawn in such a way as if to suggest that the letter was being penetrated.
"I find it hard to take anything they say seriously," said Councilman Eric Gioia (D-Sunnyside), who lives two blocks from the location.
Ditto for you, Eric. (In the councilman's backyard, controversial establishments are bad; in Dutch Kills he hardly cares.)