Letters to the Editor
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I am writing in response to your piece published in a recent edition by Alvin Gordon. more
The major and big difference between the “liberal/progressive” national Democratic Party political views and those such as two of my college professor friends — and those of people such as myself — is that they are more concerned with and passionate about what many call the “identity politics” and “cultural wars” issues, while I am more concerned with and passionate about the economic, bread-and-butter, and kitchen-table issues of economic and financial survival of the lower and middle classes to be able to pay their bills. more
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is cutting express bus service to Manhattan, presumably for financial reasons. They are in the red, and that is public knowledge. more
The Christmas tree that was put up at the Riverdale Monument recently is puny, underwhelming and altogether insufficient. more
It was the Friday after Thanksgiving. I woke up in dread. How am I going to entertain my two kids today, boys both 10 and 13? I have no plans. more
Alvin Gordon’s most recent Point of View offended me. Most all his letters offend me. Then the light bulb went off. more
It’s about time! I applaud Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez and Councilwoman Carlina Rivera on their proposal to create two new mayoral agencies for New York City — the Department of Active Transportation and Department of Pedestrians. They are both long overdue. more
Earlier this year, instead of passing legislation to create fair elections in New York, the legislature handed the task to a commission that was more focused on attacking Gov. Cuomo’s political opponents and preserving incumbency than implementing reform. more
The recent story by Kirstyn Brendlen accurately describes local resident frustration, anger and outrage at the city’s transportation department. more
Every day, legitimate guide and service dog users are asked to leave hotels, restaurants, taxis, movie theaters, airplanes, malls, apartment houses and other public places because people don’t understand our dogs’ access rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Housing Act, and the Air Carrier Access Act — all of which protect people with disabilities. more
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