Letters to the Editor
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In response to John ODonohue, who thinks Democrats “were embarrassing during Brett Kavanaugh hearing,” I am no fan of the Democrats, and certainly not of Hillary Clinton, who was an establishment/big business politician. But no support of the evil clown in the top office should speak of “embarrassing” behavior. more
The recent article on the front page of The Riverdale Press regarding the necessary, noisy, uncoordinated roadwork on Johnson Avenue and the roadwork on Riverdale Avenue brought to mind a proposal by the North Riverdale Merchants Association to narrow Riverdale Avenue from two lanes north and south to one lane north and south for faster-flowing traffic. more
The KRMH Food & Hunger Project Inc., wants to thank you for featuring an article, written by Ms. Simone Johnson, on the Kingsbridge-Riverdale-Marble Hill Classical & Spanish Guitar Benefit Concert that we held on Sunday, Oct. 14. more
This November, voters have the opportunity to amend the New York City charter to allow for more public financing and lower maximum contributions in city campaigns for participants in New York City’s campaign finance program. more
Kudos on publishing an article about the bus bulbs at West 242nd Street and Broadway without speaking to a single bus rider. more
Gov. Jerry Brown of California recently signed a bill that commits California to 100 percent zero-carbon electricity by 2045. more
I’m sure the work going on in the Johnson Avenue area and on or near Riverdale Avenue in North Riverdale is necessary, but I cannot understand why it needs to take so long. more
It’s been several weeks since the city’s transportation department implemented its new plan for the Broadway corridor — enough time to begin to evaluate reality from glossy presentation pictures and promises. As we live with it, its flaws have begun to become apparent. more
The killing of a black man, Botham Jean, by a white police officer in his home in Texas is beyond outrageous! There have been so many killings of unarmed black men by white police it is heartbreaking. more
In her Sept. 27 letter, Phoebe O’Connor claims that closing the Indian Point nuclear power plant would change our ability to provide reliable, clean power to downstate New York. But this claim is full of holes. more
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