Letters to the Editor
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To the Editor: I recently turned 92 years old and I don’t remember ever having gone hungry.  I expect many of you have had the same experience. more
To the Editor: Recently, I was invited to breakfast at Emily Hausman’s home. Emily, as you may know, is running for District Leader of the 81AD, the home to Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz and his constituents. more
(The following is an open letter to the shareholders of Park Reservoir Housing Corp.) The article “Park Reservoir cooperators lose chance to oust board” by Gary Larkin, published in the Feb. 15, 2024 issue of The Riverdale Press left us all a little confused. more
To the Editor: I’m incredibly grateful for the way our BID (Kingsbridge Business Improvement District) works hard to keep our community clean. more
To the Editor: We are cooperators living in the Amalgamated Houses, a limited equity, affordable housing co-op, at the edge of Van Cortlandt Park. This diverse, vibrant community is on the brink of bankruptcy and foreclosure. more
(Re: “Manhattan faculty has ‘no confidence’ in prez,” Feb. 1) To the Editor: Beginning in 1958 I served Manhattan College for 50 years, variously as a history professor and chair of the department, speaker of the College Senate and the Promotion & Tenure Committee, founder of its Holocaust Resource Center (renamed the Holocaust, Genocide, and Interfaith Center), chaired the Steering Committee for Middle States accreditation 1999-2001, led the follow up body on the viability of the college’s Graduate Programs, and numerous other appointments, committees, and responsibilities. more
To the Editor: I am shocked and disgusted by the slashing of tenured professors and the schools of humanities — and religion and philosophy — from what was once a respected and vital part of the Catholic educational scene at Manhattan College. more
o the Editor: An op-ed piece in the NY Times the other day discussed several strategies that the city could take to meet the pressures of housing and immigration more
 To the Editor: In reading Governor Kathy Hochul’s 2024 State of the State, I was pleased to read that Governor Hochul noted that in striving to expand access to primary care for adults with complex needs, the State will “increase support for healthcare providers serving individuals with physical, intellectual, or developmental disabilities.” I commend the Governor’s commitment to improving access to quality care for those with physical disabilities—something that is tremendously needed in our State.  more
(Re: ‘Never again’ is happening again, Feb. 1, 2024) To the Editor: Jennifer Scarlott’s scurrilous missive published in the Feb. 1, 2024 issue of The Riverdale Press warrants focus on several important issues. more
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