Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: (re: “Proposed charter middle school raises tension,” April 20) Recently, Ms. Elaine Ruiz-Lopez, administrator of the International Leadership Charter High School, accused local politicians of being guilty of an abuse of power regarding the proposed and ill-conceived charter middle school. more
To the editor: Two wrongs don’t make a right. more
To the editor: (re: “For some, New York City is not ‘Gotham,’” May 11) As we reflect on the recent subway killing, there are questions that must be answered. more
To the editor: Jordan Neely’s life was violently ended by a fellow New York City subway rider in what U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has rightly called a “public murder.” more
To the editor: New York City recently celebrated Earth Week by powering up new rooftop solar panels in Brooklyn, cleaning up parks in Queens, and releasing PlaNYC: Getting Sustainability Done, our new plan to create a more climate-resilient city for all. more
To the editor: The federal budget process can often seem distant and convoluted. However, the upcoming budget decisions could have a profound impact on the Bronx and our own 15th Congressional District. more
To the editor: During the Covid-19 pandemic, New York City froze. In particular, health care services froze in their tracks under the strain and demand, and shifted to responding to this new … more
To the editor: I am Morgan Evers, one of two of your elected state Democratic Committee members representing the 81st Assembly District. The district I represent comprises the neighborhoods of Riverdale, Kingsbridge, Woodlawn, Van Cortlandt Village, Fieldston and Wakefield. more
To the editor: May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time set aside for further reflection on mental illness and the things that might be done to improve the lives of those so afflicted.  more
To the editor: This June 27, Bronx Democrats will nominate their candidate for district attorney in the November general election. Our choice will be between the incumbent, Darcel Clark — … more
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