Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: I would like to respond to the article in the Aug. 4 edition entitles “NW Bronx politicians praise DNC.” I was a lifelong Democrat who voted for President Obama in 2008. … more
To the editor: The unmitigated gall of Donald Trump to call anyone “crooked.” The man is being sued left and right for allegedly ripping off workers and suppliers. And let’s not … more
To the editor:  I am offended and disgusted at what I see on the picnic grounds in Van Cortlandt Park adjacent to Broadway and 242nd Street after every summer weekend. Garbage, more garbage … more
To the editor:  Prior to the 1962 newspaper strike of 114 days, New Yorkers had numerous newspapers. These included the New York Post, New York Daily News, New York Journal American, New York … more
Hello, my name is Anthony Capote; you may remember my name from some of the bylines here in The Press. This week, instead of just reporting this weeks political and crime news, I wanted to ask … more
To the editor: There are quite a few housing co-ops in the The Riverdale Press community, and occasionally they make the news.  An analysis (Thursday, July 14, 2016) covered, among other … more
To the editor: I am extremely concerned with the Riverdale, Bronx NYC Smart Growth Plan prepared by VHB P.C. for the North Riverdale Merchant and Business Association through a grant from the New … more
To the editor: Thank you for your recent analysis on the Park Reservoir management controversy.  For sixty years Park Reservoir has been a beacon of stability.  Its grounds and … more
Regarding Anthony Capote’s July 7th news article on the passing of Dr. Roscoe C. Brown, there are a number of clarifications in order.  First, Dr. Brown told me that … more
New York’s first heat wave of the summer arrived this week as temperatures soared into the 90s. Across the area, people looked for ways to beat the heat. more
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