Not sure why Eric Gioia feels it is his duty to facilitate an influx of members of a particular religious group to his neighborhood (except that maybe he still has a little doorman inside him), but now he's getting the city to string up fishing lines in Sunnyside so Jewish people can pretend they're still inside their homes when they're not:
Synagogue's fishing line helps lure Orthodox Jews
With Gioia's help and the agency's blessing, Young Israel was able to string together the eruv north of Queens Blvd., roughly between 39th and 43rd Aves. and between 39th and 55th Sts.
Yes even the strictist of religions have loopholes. You can't make this stuff up, folks.