Letters to the Editor
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As we proceed with the development of our planned rental building on Palisade Avenue, the value of increased transparency and regular communications with our neighbors and local stakeholders has been made clear. more
I’ve lived on Old Albany Post Road for 60 years. When the road was abandoned by New York State, the city didn’t abandon it. The city left the following utility on Old Albany Post Road: more
Lou Deholczer shows chutzpah in calling my fact-based defense of immigrants a diatribe, which is a perfect description of his fact-lacking diatribe against me. more
As a mother who experienced a high-risk pregnancy, I find Trump’s remarks insulting, and I take great offense to the phrase “late-term abortion” or anyone who questions the legality of such a decision. more
To the editor: About the abortion expansion bill signed by Gov. Cuomo: Life is beautiful. Everyone has a right to be born. Everyone has a right to live. Does Gov. Cuomo have no heart? How could … more
As educators, we know that the key ingredient for community schools is adequate funding for instructional programs, extended learning opportunities, and enriched health and social services. more
On the evening of Jan. 28 at around 8, tragedy struck when 22-year-old mother Malaysia Goodson fell down a flight of stairs trying to access the subway station at Seventh Avenue and 53rd Street. more
Amazon’s new 120,000- square-foot warehouse for New York deliveries is in the heart of both the South Bronx’s Asthma Alley and the poorest congressional district in the United States. more
At first I took umbrage with the Jan. 24 political cartoon on the Opinion page. I posted to the Bronx Council for Environmental Quality Facebook group, which started an online conversation. Now I thank cartoonist Dale Neseman for starting the discussion. more
I can’t imagine the joy Vladimir Putin must be feeling right now. more
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