Letters to the Editor
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The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
After visiting the Spuyten Duyvil branch of the New York Public Library on Jan. 16, I could not help but notice the huge amount of dog feces on the lawn facing Independence Avenue and along Seton Park. more
The Riverdale community and I strongly oppose the Hebrew Home’s proposed construction of luxury CCRC housing in the R-1 SNAD zoning district. more
Last week’s editorial on the “Me Too” movement does a disservice to the sacrifice and courage of the many women who have come forward to tell their stories of sexual assault, harassment and intimidation in the workplace, and demand accountability. more
Seeing Donald J. Trump reading a so-called tribute to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., was quite appalling. more
With Trump’s latest nasty and sexist attack on Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, the disgusting stench continues to emanate from the entire Trump administration as well as the right-wing conservative-libertarian-Republican Congress where many senators and congress people have finally admitted to the public that they want to and intend to make deep cuts in Social Security retirement benefits, Medicare and Medicaid. more
I read Richard Warren’s thoughtful Point of View, and I agree that Hillary Clinton was a weak candidate. more
As a constituent of Sen. Jeff Klein, I feel compelled to offer my comments on his behavior in office. Take note “Benjamin Franklin Reform Club,” your candidate is embarrassing. more
Why not tackle congestion first by disincentivizing Manhattan car ownership? more
The lead-up to the Federal Communications Commission’s Dec. 14 decision to reverse net neutrality sparked serious concerns and gained a ton of media attention on yet another reversal of the Obama administration’s signature achievements. more
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