Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: It does not take a brain surgeon to figure out something is rotten in Denmark. more
To the editor: After reading a recent New York Times article reporting how the residents of Chinatown and its elected officials collaborated in canceling plans for a homeless shelter in their neighborhood after their joint efforts and protests, it saddens me that Riverdale has fallen into such a state of apathy and resignation over the failure of our nepotistic Dinowitz dynasty to do anything positive for our community. more
To the editor: Spring has sprung! The bird is on the wing ...” Passover and Easter are over. The mourning doves nesting in front of my building, fledged. The pool is opening. more
To the editor: (re: “And Mrs. Thomas?” April 28) Alan Saks in his recent letter to the editor wrote that Joe Biden voted to confirm Clarence Thomas. more
To the editor: April 28 was Holocaust Remembrance Day. more
To the editor: (re: “Homeless bring more crime,” Feb. 3) I feel sorry Ms. Moira Figueroa is frightened with her perception of being overwhelmed by crime. Living with this perceived fear must make her homebound — after all no place seems safe. more
To the editor: Many of you have no doubt watched a video of Michigan state senator Mallory McMorrow’s forthright response to a far-right colleague’s attempt to paint her as a “groomer” for the LGBTQ community, and a supporter of pedophilia. more
To the editor: (re: “And then they took away the ambulances,” March 31) The front page of a recent issue of The Riverdale Press featured a story about the city’s plan to re-jigger ambulance service, including a cut of one of the three high-tech ambulances assigned to our area. more
To the editor: May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to set aside for reflection on the problem of mental illness. more
To the editor: One of Joseph Biden’s biggest mistakes when he was a U.S. senator was his vote to confirm the appointment of Clarence Thomas by President George H.W. Bush to the U.S. Supreme Court. more
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