Letters to the Editor
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I am not at all surprised that Dan Padernacht remained local in his expenditures, and spent more money in our community than any of the other candidates combined. more
It has been a long and difficult 10 months for New Yorkers, and for the world. more
The statues dotted around a city show us whose lives people considered important, and whose were ignored. New statues — like the Central Park sculpture of Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Sojourner Truth — remind us that society has progressed. more
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced it would delay increasing transit fares for “several” months. According to MTA chair Pat Foye, this decision was made because “people are suffering and cannot shoulder even a modest fare increase right now.” more
This is an open letter to Gov. Cuomo. We were encouraged by your State of the State address, with your rallying cry that New Yorkers can make the impossible possible through focused determination. more
I would like to take a minute to thank you, too, former president Trump. more
I would like to suggest to the readers that they give consideration to one of the less well-known candidates in the city council race. more
As a member of the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, I have known Rabbi Avi Weiss for more than 40 years. more
While I am loathed to give credibility to last week’s editorial, the massive inaccuracies and misstatements of fact in the editorial require a response. more
I am filled with joy and hope today. For the first time in four years, I have a president again. Someone who is presidential, dignified with compassion, empathy and love. more
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