Letters to the Editor
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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
To the editor, This letter is in response to your front-page article, “Hebrew Home plans big expansion” (May 19). We appreciate your balanced coverage; however, there are several … more
To the editor, I am dismayed by the careless scholarship/research evident in the article, “PS 24 Administrator Sues Dept of Ed,” which appears in the May 5th edition of The Riverdale … more
To the editor, Any suggestion that the ultimate Democratic presidential nominee should pick a Republican as running mate is  politically absurd. While I continue to … more
To the editor, Let me explain. At this time, the Democrats and Republicans are at loggerheads. Our government has been dysfunctional for some time. So, I believe the only … more
To the editor, We would like to thank the community for coming out in large numbers to vote in the Democratic presidential primary and for voting to elect us as delegates to the Democratic … more
To the editor, In “Criticizing Israel, Bernie Sanders Highlights Split Among Jewish Democrats” (New York Times, April 15), Rep. Eliot Engel told The Times that Bernie Sanders’ … more
  To the editor, With the 47th annual observance of Earth Day just around the corner, this is a great time to explore more effective ways of slowing climate change and conserving … more
To the editor, The whole bumbling story of Rabbi Jonathan Rosenblatt and the Riverdale Jewish Center is a cross between the incompetence shown in Jimmy Breslin’s1969 novel “The Gang … more
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