Letters to the Editor
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There has been an increasing call to do something about the influence of big money on our state government. Despite a majority of elected officials going on record as supporting reform, Gov. Cuomo and the New York state legislature did not respond by hammering out legislation to lessen the power of big money. Instead, they created a commission to deal with this issue. more
Thanks for your thoughtful editorial about cars and carbon emissions. more
Street parking in Riverdale has always been a problem. Spaces are limited, and often a distance from one’s home. Alternate side, although reduced, adds to the problem. And garages are expensive. more
I write in response to Andy Byford’s letter to The Riverdale Press concerning planned cuts in express bus service. more
I attended the Nov. 18 town hall meeting regarding the proposed BxM1 and BxM2 express bus service reduction by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. more
I am writing this letter to express my outrage that the city does not maintain its streetlights both on highways and in neighborhoods. more
It is now nearly two years since then-state Sen. Jeffrey Klein was accused by one of his aides of having made unwanted intimate advances against her. He denied her claim and alleged that he had asked the state ethics agency, the Joint Commission on Public Ethics, to conduct an investigation to clear his name. more
Mr. Sweeney, you’re right: “Whoever pays the piper calls the tune.” Today, for-profit health insurance “calls the tune,” dictating to doctors, undermining American health care. more
The Bronx is the fastest-growing county in New York. more
There are some serious letter writers, there are critiquers, there are ad hominem attackers, and there are cranks who all write letters to this esteemed newspaper. more
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