Letters to the Editor
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New York’s schools for deaf, blind and physically disabled children need more teachers willing to help young students achieve independence in New York State. more
You quoted me in a recent editorial saying that there was no vote for housing chair at the November Community Board 8 meeting because “we haven’t found the right person yet.” You then write, “We? Who is this we?” more
Today was a day I met an angel. I was in the pharmacy on Riverdale Avenue and West 238th Street, on line. Suddenly unwell, I threw stuff on the counter and said I don’t feel well. more
I am writing to respond to the frequent claim made by conservative Republicans that Democrats in Congress and in the liberal part of the news media support “reckless spending” by the federal government on programs that help people. more
There was a very moving vigil conducted on a recent Tuesday evening at Riverdale’s Bell Tower Monument as people stood together to protest the hatred manifested in the terrible Pittsburgh shooting. more
Our heartfelt gratitude for Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Speaker Corey Johnson for their compassionate leadership and for building a brighter future for our animals and generation of humans. more
Many attacking President Donald Trump for not mentioning John McCain when signing the $717 billion defense budget named after him neglect to question this extravagant and wasteful spending. more
Mr. Alvin Gordon is well entitled to his opinion. It sounds like he wishes to be represented by a U.S. Senator from a state other than in which he resides. For as your editorial so clearly points out (re: “We need another Hamilton,” Nov. 15), U.S. Senators that come from more rural states possess far more power to raise our federal taxes and control our lives than our own representatives and senators are able to achieve. more
I stood in light rain this morning, I had but a piece of time to offer up to the Bronx on the eve of a great election, as mothers with small children headed up to school, stopping first in the candy store, as men and women came down from the buses to the train on its high tracks. more
Mitch Perle’s Point of View piece is merely self-serving. Here is what his company has actually done at 2395 Palisade Ave.: more
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