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To the editor: I am a strong supporter of Israel, and have been from the moment I assumed office about a decade ago. The personal views of Americans, including my own, on Israeli judicial reform should have no bearing on America’s core commitment to Israel’s security — which is and should always be non-negotiable. Period. more
To the editor: Citizens have a right to know who they’re dealing with, whether it be in government or private enterprise.  more
To the editor: (re: “We do deserve better storefronts,” July 27) I am totally in agreement with Marcia Yerman’s recent letter. I have lived in this area since the early ‘70s, and back then, we had so many wonderful stores. It’s just such a shame now to see so many empty storefronts on Johnson Avenue and West 235th Street. more
It’s no secret that recent years have been tough on small businesses and on newspapers. more
Whenever and wherever the flow of accurate information and real knowledge is abridged, the greatest treasures of education are lost. more
To the editor: We recently announced our plan to take down unsightly sidewalk sheds and reclaim our streets. Sidewalk sheds — which many New Yorkers also known as scaffolding — are the ugly green and metal boxes that cover our sidewalks. They block the sunlight, keep pedestrians away from businesses, and are a magnet for illegal activity. more
To the editor: (re: “Why can’t we all just be nicer to each other?” July 20) My letter to The Riverdale Press is a response to a single point in Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz’s recent Point of View. more
As the senior citizen population continues to grow and more baby boomers reach retirement age, the services provided by such organizations as RSS-Riverdale Senior Services are even more vital. more
(re: “Van Cortlandt Park eyed for cricket stadium,” July 20) On July 15, Mayor Eric Adams proposed construction of a commercial 34,000-seat cricket stadium in Van Cortlandt Park to host the June 2024 T20 World Cup held by the International Cricket Council. more
To the editor: (re: “If a tree falls at Visitation site, will anyone be around to save it?” July 13) Not all that many years ago, a combination apartment building and medical facility was constructed on West 231st Street and Corlear Avenue. A huge sycamore tree was thought to be in the way, and talk of chopping it down went through the neighborhood. more
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