Letters to the Editor
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We’re always on the attack, but most of us are not predators. However, as soon as we get an opening to be reminded on how we suffered from anti-Semitic or racial or other slurs, we get on the bandwagon to spit out what hurt us in words and actions. more
Thank you for serving as senator for the great state of New York for almost 20 years. Throughout your leadership, you have given New York a powerful voice in the federal government, and have done service to one of the most populous regions in the country. more
There is no joy on Van Cortlandt Park’s Putnam Trail — now called a “green way,” which is park-speak for a soon-to-be-paved nature trail. more
Our congress people in neighboring congressional districts like the 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th, have all signed on to establish a Select Committee for a Green New Deal. more
Just a point of information, Mr. Alvin Gordon: In our system of justice, especially if one is to criticize it justly, the critic should be familiar with its workings. That is, know from whence one talks. more
There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch, or in this case, construction of a bridge. At the end of the day, starting in 2020, someone has to pay. more
The developer of 2395 Palisade Ave., recently wrote an op-ed extolling the virtues of his proposed building. more
The Putnam Nature Trail’s wildlife habitat is about to be replaced with a “planted strip” and a paved bike speedway. more
Thank you for publishing your story highlighting the important work P.S. 95 does in teaching mental and emotional health. more
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
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