Letters to the Editor
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As “dean” of Riverdale Neighborhood University, I’d like to thank all who participated in making the May 19 event such a success. Three experts demystified complex topics to the delight of a rapt audience with illustrated lectures of about an hour each. more
I grew up in a Catholic household, and when I moved back home to the Bronx, I felt a strong pull to go back to the church I was raised in. more
I applaud The Riverdale Press editorial supporting the urgency of the New York Health Act, first because it goes forcefully beyond its Feb. 17 opinion, citing state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi’s post-election caution on a bill key to her campaign victory. I agree with this week’s stand that we must forgo a healthy patience so that all New Yorkers can be healthy patients. more
We would like to sincerely convey to you the fact that feeding the squirrels and birds in New York City parks is, for many of us New Yorkers of all ages — from very young children to senior citizens — a very happy and important part of our lives. It connects us with a little piece of nature that heals and brings us joy. more
Housing affordability is a crisis across our city, across many income levels. For renters and homeowners alike, staying in their homes can be financially difficult. more
I read with great interest Heather J. Smith’s reporting on the potholes throughout Riverdale. As described in the story, the city’s maintenance and service for our interior roads is an abomination. more
All people should be saddened by the burning of the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris. Not just Christians, but also Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, atheists, agnostics, etc. more
Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz wants to mandate that all children receive the required vaccines — which today means 53 injections — and wants to eliminate the religious exemption that allows parents to opt out. more
To the editor: (re: “Collegian confronts congressman over Israel, Ilhan Omar,” April 25) Thank you to The Riverdale Press and reporter Heather J. Smith for the front-page story … more
“Am I tone deaf?” asks Larry Kudlow. Wilbur Ross, telling furloughed federal workers to get a loan (based on what income collateral, sir?) and their boss who cares not one whit about those workers struggling to keep a roof over their head, so he can positively grandstand. more
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