Letters to the Editor
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I am writing to request assistance in preserving the North Bronx childhood home of Adelina Patti, the most famous 19th century singer. Modern day diva Patti Lupone is her great-grand niece. more
I’ve noticed lately that there’s a lot more litter on our streets and sidewalks. The litter baskets along the Johnson Avenue commercial area have been full to overflowing with a lot of household trash. more
American, Dream of (1776-2016) more
This letter is one of commendation to Jeffrey Dinowitz on the addition of free Henry Hudson Bridge crossings to the otherwise odious congestion pricing plan. more
I am in 100 percent agreement with the recent letter from the NYCD-16 Indivisible leaders. If you want to see safer driving on the roads and streets and limit the forcible separation of parents and children, then you need to back a bill giving undocumented immigrants the opportunity to earn a driver’s license. more
Lessen the stigma of mental health? more
I recently tried to open an online personal Social Security account. Although I responded correctly to all of the requests for required information, the system immediately told me, without giving a reason, that I could not open such an account. more
Does anyone remember Riverdale 10 years ago? About half as crowded. Much less traffic. There was street parking. You could always get a seat on the 1 train in the morning, at least at the first stop. more
I agree with the residents who are opposed to a feeding ban in parks. Hungry animals will eat plastics and other debris lying on the ground to avoid starvation, and in winter, squirrels may eat tree bark to span snow days. more
The new proposal of the city’s parks department to ban the feeding of squirrels and birds in city parks is outrageous. This ban must be stopped for many reasons. more
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