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In recent weeks, I have noticed a number of signs welcoming people to Riverdale erected by the North Riverdale Merchant and Business Association. more
Thank you, Mr. Steve Siegelbaum, for your sanctimonious screed attacking Mr. Alvin Gordon. more
Here’s a suggestion to assist our neighborhood and nation out of the Trump era nastiness: As long as Mr. Alvin Gordon issues personal ad hominem attacks in his letters to The Riverdale Press, The Press should politely decline to give voice to such utter vitriol. more
Thanks to Karolina Janik, Councilman Andrew Cohen and The Riverdale Press for keeping this important neighborhood issue alive. more
I want to make sure that your readers are aware that politicians in Washington are dangerously close to opening the Arctic Refuge and our nation’s coasts to destructive drilling in an attempt to appease their oil industry allies. more
Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz is to be congratulated for his clear explanation of some of the hidden risks to rent-stabilized tenants lurking in “preferential rents” increasingly offered by landlords in the Bronx. more
There are few better places to find solace these days than our homes, and for those of faith, our places of worship. more
Recently, the Trump administration announced that it would repeal the 2015 Clean Power Plan, our country’s first and only federal limit on carbon pollution from existing power plants. more
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
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