Keyword: Larry Penner
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To the editor: Those attending the U.N. General Assembly could have led by example, especially when it comes to global warming and climate change.  more
To the editor: The apple, Gov. Kathy Hochul, didn’t fall far from the tree, former Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Both enjoy the perks of office at taxpayer expense. more
To the editor: April 28 was Holocaust Remembrance Day. more
To the editor: (re: “Stop with the propaganda,” Jan. 13) I have never received a mailer from Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, and therefore cannot comment on it one way or another. more
Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo has begun using part of his leftover $16 million re-election fund to pay for commercials. more
On Oct. 27, 1904, the Interborough Rapid Transit company opened the first subway line. It ran nine miles from City Hall uptown on the east side across 42nd Street (today’s shuttle) to Times Square, and proceeded uptown to 145th Street, and included 28 stations. more
A cat has nine lives, and so does the Lower Manhattan Development Corp. more
Major proposed transportation projects such as the $11 billion Gateway tunnel, $10 billion Port Authority bus terminal, the $6.9 billion Second Avenue subway second phase, and others that cost billions all have something in common that elected officials and transit agency CEOs never want to acknowledge: As any major capital project advances through design and engineering, estimated project costs continue to rise. more
Resumption of round-the-clock New York City Transit subway service is good news. The Big Apple always has been a 24/7 town. More people work different hours from the old 9-to-5 decades ago. more
Last year, toll hikes were approved for the New York Thruway and the Mario Cuomo Bridge. This will be the first of many toll hikes in coming years. more
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