Letters to the Editor
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If the Lorax can speak for the trees, certainly our union can speak for New York City public school students. more
I applaud your coverage of the unique and significant exhibit, “Beyond the Wall,” a project of the Museum of the Palestinian People. more
Michael Hinman’s editorials are usually very good. Unfortunately, I can’t say the same for “Want to drive? Pay the fare.” more
The New York state Assembly keeps passing legislation to aid the child victims of sexual abuse, and John Flanagan — the majority leader in the senate (possibly with the help of Jeff Klein) — keep refusing to bring it to the senate floor for a vote. more
Regarding the Feb. 22 story about the closing of the walkway on the Henry Hudson Bridge, why not take this opportunity to improve access for all users of the bridge by widening to safely accommodate pedestrians and cyclists? more
A toddler sees another child with a shiny toy, and he wants one just like it. more
I write to thank The Riverdale Press for its improved coverage of politics. more
Drip, drip, drip. Watch your tax dollars go down the drain. more
My mother is among thousands of hard-working Bronxites who commute to Manhattan every day, via the sputtering, struggling and unreliable 1 train. more
I am 85 years old. As a child during World War II, I learned in school that America welcomed to its shores the poor and downtrodden of other lands. more
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