Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: (re: “A few bad parking habits happening at Skyview,” Nov. 17) I read Stacy Driks’ front-page story with much interest. However true this story is, it did not include the Verizon FiOS trucks that have invaded Skyview’s fire hydrants for the past two weeks. They don’t even attempt to find an empty legal spot or to park where trucks are permitted to park between two of our buildings. more
To the editor: For many of us who have studied, witnessed or are in any way involved in the immigration system here in the United States, we definitely agree on the need to reform our immigration law system. more
To the editor: (re: “Whatever happened to Pre-K for All? Ask schools,” Nov. 10) Thank you for your excellent editorial. Your assessment of the situation is accurate: Independent early education providers who have contracted with the education department are in trouble because they are not being paid on-time. more
To the editor: (re: “Women don’t belong in college,” Oct. 27) I just read a letter to the editor published in your Oct. 27 edition. The letter writer, George Silos, argues against taking girls and young women out of the home to “educate” them in college, instead of keeping them home dependent on men. more
To the editor: Now that the Republicans control the U.S. House, let the investigations begin! more
To the editor: Clearly, there has been an enormous amount of progress toward broad popular acceptance of the problem of serious mental illness. more
To the editor: Well, dear editor, it has been awhile. The roosters are not in my backyard anymore. Just hens. There are now loud barking dogs. And, of course, with this beautiful autumn, leaf blowers all day.  more
To the editor: Those attending the U.N. General Assembly could have led by example, especially when it comes to global warming and climate change.  more
To the editor: Both DC37 and the United Federation of Teachers are urging their members to contact the city council to amend the city’s administrative code. The proposed amendment, which does not yet have a sponsor, would weaken health insurance protections for both municipal retirees and in-service employees. more
To the editor: (re: “Coyote attack has neighbors worried,” Oct. 27) I have been writing about nature for many years. While I am awed by the sheer complexity and beauty of nature, I also recognize nature is not benign. more
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