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To the editor: In light of the breathtakingly inhumane — even cruel — attempts by Florida governor Ron DeSantis and Texas governor Greg Abbott to “own the libs” by transporting migrants to northern cities — in effect, treating them as chattel, lying to them about what awaits them, and according to some legal observers, virtually kidnapping them while moving them across state lines. more
To the editor: I just wanted to share my hurt feelings about being ghosted by some of our elected representatives. more
To the editor: (re: “We will never forget,” Sept. 15) Your recent edition had a front page photo of the 9/11 commemoration at Endor Community Garden. The photo showed three people, but your caption identified only two of the individuals. I’m sure that the two people being political was just a coincidence. more
To the editor: I want to publicly thank the three good Samaritans who came to my immediate aid when I tripped and fell on a quiet side street in the neighborhood. more
To the editor: (re: “Life expected to go on as Riverdale Ave narrows,” Sept. 15) Traffic is a science. Better traffic and safely is not the results of opinion or a poll. more
To the editor: (re: “Rivera holds off Camilo, party machine,” Aug. 25) It was a tough battle against an entrenched political machine — one which was fought as dirty a campaign … more
To the editor: Greater Riverdale residents are fortunate to have one of the greenest areas in New York City. Depressing facts on extinction and record-breaking heat temperatures are anxiety-provoking for everyone. There is a cure — and it is available. more
Pete Neary was the store manager at Daitch Shopwell, the main grocery store in our North Riverdale neighborhood — our “village” in the Bronx where it seemed during the 1960s and ‘70s, that kids from every family worked at one time or another. My older brother Marshall worked there for years before I did, and Pete had been his boss as well. more
The Russian government’s justifications for its war in Ukraine — the largest, most destructive military operation in Europe since World War II — are not persuasive. more
The battle between the administration of Mayor Eric Adams and our neighborhood Community Board 8 has become a futile effort. It seems CB8 is a couple of steps behind City Hall when it comes to work planned in their backyard. more
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