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Now that it appears likely that your name will appear on the ballot in November as the Green Party candidate for mayor of the city of New York, I urgently call upon you to speak out clearly and unequivocally on two issues of the most pressing concern and immediacy to the community of Riverdale-Kingsbridge-Spuyten Duyvil. more
Recently, news broke that a housing development in Kingsbridge that was originally proposed to residents of the Northwest Bronx as market-rate housing would be repurposed as a shelter for homeless families. more
I have been a psychotherapist for more than 35 years, with offices in the Bronx and Manhattan. During this time, I have found that working with insurance companies is becoming increasingly more difficult — for my patients and myself. more
In recent weeks, my councilman has spearheaded a public campaign against my character and my service to the community. more
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A few days ago, on my way home, I was approached by a man on West 238th Street telling me about the homeless shelter planning to be opened in the newly constructed building on Broadway near West 236th Street. more
I am writing to express my thoughts on the recent Community Board 8 land use committee hearing on the proposed families with children shelter at 5731 Broadway. more
The Riverdale Press has performed a public service by focusing attention on some of the concerns and circumstances surrounding the proposed homeless services department shelter on 5731 Broadway in the Kingsbridge community. more
I could hardly contain my caustic laughter reading Mike Gold’s Point of View about Trump being our nation’s greatest threat after eight years of President Obama and secretaries of state John Kerry and Hillary Clinton. more
In the ongoing debate over the city transportation department’s Broadway traffic plan, a few important facts have been overlooked. One of them concerns community outreach: DOT solicited … more
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Less than a mile from the now-hallowed location on East 183rd Street where Det. Miosotis Familia lost her life in the five-story Bronx walkup where I was raised. Both are in troubled neighborhoods near the Grand Concourse, the faded but still regal boulevard lined with art deco architecture that once symbolized middle class elegance. more
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