Letters to the Editor
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Some months ago, in a letter to the editor of The Riverdale Press, future councilman Eric Dinowitz expressed dismay over an accident at a local subway station. more
On April 5, I filed a form online to complain about a worker at one of our local post offices. The clerk was wearing her mask under her nose. more
We all should be proud of the state budget adopted recently, the most progressive in New York’s history. more
As the female 80th District leader, it is my duty to respond on the safety of our children in public schools. more
Ms. Helen Meltzer-Krim might as well be a spokeswoman for the local Democratic Party organization, if she isn’t already. more
Most people are so easily led and to believe, and can therefore be brainwashed or led to believe all the information they are fed on a daily basis. more
Bigotry has always been a combination of evil and stupidity, as well as an excuse for criminals to target victims. more
On March 4, The Riverdale Press printed my letter about how I constantly read and heard in the media there needed to be a frank, uninhibited discussion on the topic of race relations. more
If there’s anything we’ve learned from the de Blasio years, it’s that when upzoning is imposed on our communities, private developers get richer, and local residents are hurt in the process. more
For the first time in history, the New York Health Act — a single-payer universal health care plan like Medicare, but more comprehensive, affordable and for every New Yorker — has majority support in both the state senate and Assembly. We are on our way to winning guaranteed health care in New York! more
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