Letters to the Editor
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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
To the editor: It has been reported in a recent Guardian that AIPAC — the American Israeli Political Action Committee — is actively working to defeat Jewish candidates in congressional elections. more
To the editor: I recently received a last-minute booklet regarding four ballot proposals for the upcoming election. more
To the editor: The current 2022 ballot measures are supposedly to enhance social justice in New York. more
To the editor: The American flag means so much to me. My grandparents were German immigrants who fled to this country during World War II. They embraced American culture, its customs, and the English language. more
To the editor: On a recent morning as I was walking my dog, Pepper, across a busy West 235th Street crosswalk at Cambridge Avenue, a car was approaching. more
To the editor: I have been a New Yorker for 30 years, a daily subway rider for 26 years, and an attorney for 22 years. I have three young kids, and was committed to raising them in the city, its public schools and its neighborhoods.  more
To the editor: (re: “Ensure democracy by investing in education,” Oct. 13) All schooling after high school is vocational in nature. College education and vocational training are synonymous terms that have little to do with the well-being of the population, other than a possibly economic impact. more
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