Letters to the Editor
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While New York City grapples with plummeting temperatures, it can be easy for us to take our everyday blessings for granted and allow our homeless neighbors to fade into the background of day-to-day life. more
I am so close to the ninth decade of my life. It’s barely a blink of the eye away. more
City Council Speaker and 2021 mayoral candidate Corey Johnson is correct that city hall can actually regain control of both the New York City Transit subway and bus systems and create his proposed “Big Apple Transit.” more
Thank you for covering the rally organized by Bronx Animal Rights to reject the proposed ban on feeding pigeons and squirrels in New York City parks. more
Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Riverdale Task Force applauds the state legislature for creating a more equitable criminal justice system by reforming New York’s bail and discovery laws. more
I had to write about an impossible situation going on at this very minute. more
I would like to thank the estimated 200 community members who packed into our small newly branded space on April 4. more
Like the fallen leaves of autumn twirling around and around, the new green eco-warriors dizzily dance to beliefs and notions of their own creation. more
We are writing to support the pending legislation known as the Driver’s License and Privacy Act (S.1747/A.3675), which will restore access to licenses to all residents of New York, regardless of immigration status. This bill will protect all New Yorkers by making our roads safer. more
Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz deserves praise for sponsoring legislation that would end the so-called religious exemption for parents who want to enroll their unvaccinated children in public schools. more
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