From the NY Times:
Jimmy Van Bramer, one of 13 new members elected in November to the New York City Council, lives a few blocks away from 47-01 Queens Boulevard in Woodside, where his predecessor, Eric N. Gioia, kept an office for the past eight years. Mr. Van Bramer, 40, a former Queens Borough Public Library official, decided to keep the place, Suite No. 203. Mr. Gioia left Mr. Van Bramer a welcome note in the drawer of the big desk, along with this advice: Lock the windows and doors. The office had been broken into twice (burglars, not political operatives). The first time, the computers were stolen, which was problematic, Mr. Gioia said, because as chairman of the Council’s Oversight and Investigations Committee, he had some sensitive information on those hard drives.
Yes, because he oversaw so many successful investigations while on the Council...
Mr. Gioia, 36, who ran unsuccessfully in the Democratic primary for public advocate, will now put his political prowess and connections to work as a bank executive.
Rather appropriate that for the last photo of the Doorman in office he was photographed opening/closing a door, dontcha think?