Letters to the Editor
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Reading Anthony Capote’s story about the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club’s meetings about the proposed New York state constitutional convention, I was wondering if we both attended the same meeting. more
Our Christopher Columbus monument in Baltimore was vandalized in August, and now others are trying to do the same to our Columbus monument at Columbus Circle in Manhattan. more
Your editorial endorsing the New York Health Act and urging Sen. Jeffrey Klein to step up and encourage his Republican colleagues to support this bill in the coming legislative session was persuasive, informative, and a much-needed voice. more
Yes, health care reform is difficult — apparently, too difficult for state Sen. Jeffrey Klein. more
Freedom of the press allows, and actually encourages, the public to express its opinions. more
The U.S. Post Office has averaged quarterly losses of $550 million in 2017. This will now result in the price of a first class stamp going up by a penny from 49 cents to 50 cents. more
Thank you for your editorial in the Sept. 28 issue of The Riverdale Press that clearly delineates the ways in which Sen. Jeff Klein has been undermining the passage of a single-payer health care bill in the New York State legislature, while publicly stating that he supports it. more
I invite members of the Trump administration and their “big oil” controllers to observe that their anti-environmental policies are causing some chickens to come home to roost. more
I was very pleased to see the well-researched and detailed report about sidewalk sheds. more
Thank you for producing the annual Living in Riverdale brochure and distributing it widely with The Riverdale Press. It is a wonderful resource for all of our neighbors. more
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