Letters to the Editor
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Congratulations to our newly elected state senator, Alessandra Biaggi. more
My bad! more
As one of many people who work from a home office, I have the chance to frequently drive past the Kinneret Day School at The Century Apartments around school let-out time, between 2:45 and 3 p.m., most school days. And almost every single time I drive to my house on Edgehill Avenue, I must make my way through a gauntlet of illegally parked and standing cars, inconsiderately blocking a very narrow stretch of Netherland Avenue in front of, and just north of, Kinneret’s entrance. more
As I see it, what brings us together is our natural need to be nurturers of each other and of our Earth. more
Congratulations on your latest edition of your reference booklet, “Living in Riverdale.” more
Charles Schumer and others rightly emphasize the benefit of recasting the old railway corridor running from West 230th Street to Van Cortlandt Park for public use, but do not mention — nor does your own report — that CSX gave away the High Line to the city for $1. more
So what are the results of the 2018 midterm elections, in which for so many months now, it had been predicted that a mighty blue wave of Donald Trump-hating Democrats would sweep away Republican control of both the House and the Senate? more
Recently, I attended yet another meeting held by Community Board 8 about disingenuous developers acquiring a parcel of desirable land with the intent of building high-density buildings. more
When I was little, yes I do remember, not what I had for breakfast lately or where I put my phone, but the time of my youth. more
It is interesting that the recent mass killing of Jews at a Pittsburgh synagogue was motivated in part by the killer’s hatred of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society. more
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