Letters to the Editor
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After calling the city’s and the Bronx’s election boards as well as going to VoteNYC online, I want to save others the time and confusion I experienced, and to ease getting the mail-in ballots. more
One of the characteristics that make Riverdale a great place to live and raise a family is the sense of community and specifically doing business with honest people who charge appropriately for services rendered. It truly is one of the last neighborhoods that is self-sufficient, and has a homey sense of security. more
At a recent Build the Block meeting from the 50th Precinct, the New York Police Department talked out of both sides of its mouth. more
As a member of the Coalition to Save Brust Park, I along with others have been working on our project for a year now, and have been keeping the community informed on our efforts to Save Brust Park. more
I’m writing in response to a letter to the editor recently published in The Riverdale Press. I would like to set the record straight on the truth about my proposal to require New York’s law enforcement officers to carry personal liability insurance, in bill S.8676. more
Norman Wechsler and Peter Wolf each posit that the Black Lives Matter movement should be defined by its “peaceful” protests, not by the violence that has erupted in some of the protests. I take issue, however, with the use of the word “peaceful” to describe protests involving large gatherings of people, even those that have not resulted in physical attacks on police officers, wanton destruction of property, and the like. more
As we approach the dog days of summer, it is important to remember that hot dogs belong on the grill, not in a vehicle. more
In a clever analogy with the dinosaur age in your recent editorial, you discuss what is presently happening in the local Democratic Party. What we didn’t find clever, though, is your categorizing Eric Dinowitz’s candidacy to be elected to city council as Jeffrey Dinowitz’s “solidifying his legacy, including a push to have his son replace Andrew Cohen on the city council.” more
I think we are more than 140 days into this pandemic pandemonium, too. I “think” because I am not sure what day this is. Well, that’s not true. I do know. more
Early in my business career, an industrial psychologist showed me a report explaining the motivations of employees to go to work during adverse circumstances. more
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