Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: I am so saddened to read that Nick and Joelle Lynch are leaving Riverdale. Every time I pass their beautiful flagpole and benches on Henry Hudson Parkway my heart lifts to see … more
To the editor: July 2024 marks the 60th anniversary of federal government support for public transportation.   The success of public transportation can be traced back to one of the … more
To the editor: I grew up in Riverdale and still live in the neighborhood on West 235th Street. The crossing of Riverdale Avenue at West 235th Street has always been a problem due to no … more
To the editor: On July 10, I along with hundreds of New Yorkers testified at the marathon city planning commission public hearing on City of Yes for Housing Opportunity. There were few surprises … more
To the editor: Some public hearings have pre-determined outcomes. I sat through two hearings on housing with Community Board 8’s Special Committee on the City of Yes. In both … more
To the editor: Joe Biden’s decision to stay in the presidential race at this point is incredibly selfish. He’s risking American democracy for the sake of his ego. I don’t … more
To the editor: Sadly, I have come to the conclusion that, after being a good-faith subscriber to this paper for 30 years, The Riverdale Press apparently has become a propaganda arm of the … more
To the editor: The conservative justices on the U.S. Supreme Court profess to care about life —embryos and fetuses, that is — but apparently do not care at all about the many … more
Thank you to the people of our community for their strong support for our team of candidates endorsed by the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club in last week’s Democratic primary. more
To the editor: In 2017, Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president, introduced the concept of “alternative facts” to rationalize a provable falsehood presented by President Donald Trump's press secretary. more
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