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To the editor: (re: “Litter, overgrowth inspires volunteer clean-up on roads,” Aug. 17) As the leadership team at the Conservative Synagogue Adath Israel of Riverdale, we would like to express our gratitude to Briar Oaks building superintendent Angel Ortega and volunteers Juan de Luna and Eddie Pichardo for their recent act of kindness and generosity. more
(re: “Why can’t we all just be nicer to each other?” July 20) I swore I would not write about antisemitism in these pages again, but when my elected representative, Jeffrey Dinowitz — whom I voted for — essentially calls me “tantamount” to being an antisemite, I need to break my vow.  more
It’s called the Fourth Estate, a term used by journalists referring to their responsibilities and obligations as a watchdog of democracy, providing objective truth to the public they serve. more
To the editor: Sometimes the most powerful words we can say are the simplest ones, just a handful of syllables and letters: thank you. more
To the editor: (re: “Mayor’s cricket plan at Vannie questioned,” July 27) I’ve been reading with interest and concern about Mayor Eric Adams’ proposed temporary cricket stadium inside the oval at the fairgrounds in Van Cortlandt Park. more
To the editor: Come one, come all.  Welcome to the Big Apple, the sanctuary city and only city in the entire United States with a “right to shelter,” where everyone — including more than 100,000 illegal aliens (courtesy of President “crooked Joe” Biden) are being given free lodging and all kinds of free stuff — at taxpayer expense. more
To the editor: Our children are heading back to school for the first day of the new academic year. School supplies have been gathered, backpacks are being filled, and alarms are being set for the early mornings once again. more
To the editor: (re: “City made a promise to our workers, and they must keep it,” Aug. 24) I welcome Councilman Eric Dinowitz’s staunch opposition to the mayor’s and the municipal labor committee’s attempts to force New York City retirees to switch to a for-profit Medicare Advantage plan.  more
No matter where you stand on bringing asylum seekers into vacant buildings in greater Riverdale, if you have a heart you can’t be in favor of the poor living conditions at the Van Cortlandt Motel. more
To the editor: (re: “City made a promise to our workers, and they must keep it,” Aug. 24) City retirees appreciate that Councilman Eric Dinowitz recognizes we were promised the choice of traditional Medicare and a Medigap plan when we retired, and that he agrees the city should not force us into an inferior Medicare Advantage plan. more
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