Letters to the Editor
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The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
In a recent edition of The Riverdale Press, the article about the transitional housing facility that opened at 5731 Broadway omitted any mention of the community members who have organized to actively welcome our new neighbors. Many of these new residents are members of our community who became homeless and are now a step closer to finding permanent housing. more
I was very pleased to see the well-researched and detailed report about sidewalk sheds. more
Your support of the New York Health Act shows leadership — and advocacy for the public good and fiscal efficiency. more
Thank you for calling out Sen. Jeff Klein for his duplicitous role in blocking the New York Health Act, which would provide single-payer, universal health care coverage in New York State. more
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
We are an ad hoc committee of residents of the 50th Precinct and want to add our voices to the discussion you have hosted on the pages of The Riverdale Press in regard to the Oct. 6 video and consequent reporting of a police officer from the 50th Precinct punching a 16-year-old repeatedly in the head. more
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