Letters to the Editor
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A recent letter by Bernard Stein was definitely not worthy of a Pulitzer Prize. more
Over the past few weeks, The Riverdale Press has run several letters concerning the revisions to New York State’s abortion laws made by this year’s passage of the Reproductive Health Act. more
Your story raises unfounded concerns for Metro-North’s Riverdale and Spuyten Duyvil customers. more
Yes, Mr. Dennis Donofrio, Mr. Joe Bialek, Alvin Gordon and their like-minded cohorts all get to express their opinion about abortion and all matters. Most of us who read this fine journal understand these folks represent a distinct minority in our otherwise tolerant community. more
Now that Robert Mueller has testified to Congress, there is one thing every American should do: Read his report. more
It’s been more than a month since we last heard from you in regards to the city planning department’s proposal to amend the Special Natural Area District zoning regulations, at the June 28 community board meeting at which the board rejected their opportunity to vote on a proposal they consider illegitimate. more
In July, U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel — chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee — took an important step toward ending U.S. involvement in the devastating war in Yemen. more
As anyone who takes public transportation in our area knows, there have been a lot of issues lately. more
Sally Pipes’ imaginary scenario for what would happen to doctors and hospitals in this country if we adopted Medicare for All is just that: imaginary. All the evidence from history, both here and in other countries, shows us that the reality is completely different. more
Start the SNAD process over? I say why not? Or can the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure clock be suspended for 60 to 90 days? I say why not? more
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