Letters to the Editor
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On Oct. 5, The Riverdale Press published my opinion piece, “Stop disrespecting our nation’s flag.” more
In Marble Hill on Oct. 6, a burly police officer recklessly and lawlessly beat a 16-year-old boy, Alfred Burns, for allegedly stealing a bicycle and resisting arrest. more
Your Oct. 26 report on planned renovations for the Henry Hudson Bridge stated that at the time it opened in 1937, it was the longest fixed arch bridge in the world. more
I am a resident of North Riverdale who frequently uses public transportation, drives, and enjoys walking through the neighborhood. I reside on Broadway where the proposed traffic changes will take effect. more
With the tie-breaking vote by Vice President Mike Pence, the U.S. Senate just took away from consumers the right to file class-action suits against banks. more
As someone who spends my days working as the editor of Gay City News, the city’s LGBTQ newspaper, I was chagrined to be the target of anti-gay language from a deliveryman in my Riverdale apartment building on Oct. 26. more
One Saturday in October 2012, Dennis Burton — the forest manager and ecologist at Van Cortlandt Park — brought together a handful of nature enthusiasts, known to know the park’s terrain. more
When I first learned of the proposal to build a wall on the southern border of the United States, it seemed an insult to our Mexican neighbors, and a costly idea as well. more
Many of us have watched the video that went viral of Alfred Burns being punched in the head 13 times as he was being apprehended by New York Police Department officers for allegedly stealing a bicycle. more
I honor our police officers, except in certain cases making it impossible to turn a blind eye. more
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