Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: (re: “Moving backward in real estate,” March 23) In viewing compliance with Local Law 97 as an expense, Lou DeHolczer is not alone.  However, LL97 compliance can be better seen as an investment.  more
To the editor: Recently I have been noticing a trend throughout the city. Private cars and drivers that think they can park anywhere they want and drive any which way they’d like with few if any consequences for public access or safety. more
To the editor: I moved to Riverdale five months ago. It is a beautiful, peaceful place to live. more
To the editor: (re: “Tell Albany it’s time to support local journalism,” March 23) Your recent editorial made sense. Most communities are down to one local daily or weekly newspaper. Newspapers have to deal with increasing costs for newsprint, delivery and distribution, along with reduced advertising revenues and competition from the internet and other news information sources. more
To the editor: In the past 45 days, our local U.S. Post Office here in Kingsbridge has lost, misplaced or otherwise disappeared three essential pieces of mail entrusted to them, sent to me: A … more
To the editor: Having served on a co-op board and also having an expired New York real estate license, I am surprised how little attention has been paid to the upcoming New York Local Law 97 legislation. more
To the editor: Last year, we declared New York City would lead the way on housing in America. more
To the editor: Holtec International disclosed its plan to dump a million gallons of radioactive water into the Hudson at the Feb. 2 meeting of the Indian Point Decommissioning Oversight Board. more
To the editor: (re: “Palestinians own worst enemies,” Feb. 16) I am puzzled by Sura Jeselsohn’s recent letter to the editor where she states she wrote it because … more
To the editor: (re: “A $2 gel pen can thwart would-be ‘washers,’” March 2) It was very disheartening to read your story in the recent edition of The Riverdale Press. It outlined the rash of stolen/fished mail that contained hand-written checks, that were then washed and fraudulently rewritten with new recipient’s names, and new amounts were put in that, in some cases, drained the account’s balance. more
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