Letters to the Editor
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Let me start off by addressing the “pre-conceived notions” U.S. Rep. Jamaal Bowman and state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi expressed in a recent Point of View about the proposed homeless shelter at 6661 Broadway. more
Recent events have left me perplexed. If politics is local, our representative in congress has left his district exposed to an uncertain future. more
On election day, many voters who walked or found a rare parking spot at P.S. 81 at West 256th Street and Riverdale Avenue were told they couldn’t vote where they had voted for years. more
On Oct. 31, a group of artists met with each other and a wonderful artist leader to draw, paint and study. We met in Van Cortlandt Park’s “quiet zone” on West 261st Street and Broadway. Did you even know it existed? And wouldn’t you hope it was, well, quiet? more
Recently, important updates about the coronavirus vaccine were announced — that certain people are now eligible for a booster dose. more
Nothing, not one thing, can be built on Broadway north of Mosholu Avenue until the sewer infrastructure on Broadway — from the Caryl Avenue city line with Yonkers, all the way down the hill to Mosholu — is brought into the 21st century. more
Here we go again: “I want to help homeless people, and I believe they should have a place to sleep and eat at night. But I’m worried about the (location of the shelter) being so close to my business.” more
The following letters were submitted as part of a class project by students at Bronx School for Law, Government and Justice, through the poverty and literacy group BuildOn. more
I was inspired to write about your recent story focused on U.S. Rep. Jamaal Bowman’s availability to constituents. It cited Ms. Kathy Solomon of Northwest Bronx Indivisible saying she’s “heard it’s easy to contact Bowman’s team, and his constituent office has been good about returning emails and phone calls.” more
Raised in the Bronx, Gen. Colin Powell grew to be a giant in national security and foreign affairs. He graduated from City College New York, and took his New York skill, work ethic, values and pride into every endeavor. more
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