Letters to the Editor
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To the editor, I am an American. Do not ask me if I am white or black, gay or straight, Jewish or Muslim or Christian, male or female. Ask me if I believe in what our Founders … more
To the editor, It is with much sadness that I recently heard the news that Bronx resident Alex Pirko has passed. Alex was an avid birder and a gentle soul that touched the lives of many nature … more
Reading about the recent spate of crimes in Van Cortlandt Park (“Crimes prompt call for stronger patrols,” June 9) reminded me of the many years I kept a horse at the … more
To the editor, I used to enter the mother or father of the year contest in The Riverdale Press. I was always the senior citizen competing with the very young set in praising our parents, in … more
To the editor,  The fact that big-name liberal papers are delving far back into Donald Trump’s life made me aware that there are probably tens of thousands of people living in the … more
To the editor, I have found that a lot of the pieces that are getting published lack the necessary research that is required when publishing a story for the public to read. For instance, the piece … more
We want to thank you for your May 18 article on our father Rob Brewster’s upcoming retirement from the Riverdale Mental Health Association (“Brewster stepping down from … more
To the editor, I have lived in Riverdale my entire life and must say I saw something the other day that I have honestly never seen before.   I went to 231st Street to have a hot Pastrami … more
There are so many stores that are empty, primarily due to escalating rents. Why not engage landlords in contributing something positive to the area where they own property? more
I am happy to read of the progress of the Hebrew Home at Riverdale’s continuing care retirement community (“Hebrew Home plans big expansion,” May 19). It is clear … more
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