Letters to the Editor
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In his Point of View, Ezra Friedlander indicated that the solution to our problem of prejudicial conduct is to vote. more
There’s an old saying: “It’s better to keep silent and let people believe you’re a fool than to open your mouth and prove that belief to be true.” more
While I don’t know enough about the other locations considered, I can think of two positives with the Broadway location for the Type 2 chargers for electric cars. more
In Fall 2018, when state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi came to introduce herself to the upper middle-class community center, some of us senior citizens were impressed by her passionate story of her grandparents — one who had ended her golden years in a nursing home, and one who had enjoyed his last days in the comfort of his home. more
I wanted to respond to Rose Brennan’s story regarding the rooster of Ploughmans Bush. I’d like to think of it as a story of what good neighbors, good community, and a little social work problem-solving can do to resolve one of the simpler issues we are fortunate to consider a problem here in Riverdale. more
Ethan Stark-Miller reports on efforts to introduce legislation to improve Holocaust education in New York state public schools. more
When voting at IN-Tech Academy on June 20, it was bad enough running into the gauntlet of eager candidates and their stand-ins. However, just as it’s the right of these people to solicit votes, so is my right to be treated with courtesy and respect. more
In her recent Point of View, Stacy Kinlock Sewell talked about two “prison reform” bills currently in the state legislature, but only presents one side of the issue. more
I’ve never had any trouble voting in New York City, and know that the city’s campaign finance program ensures that candidates for city office don’t have to spend lots of their time fundraising. more
Kudos to Laura Spalter and the members of our local community board for all of the research and hard work they do in the interests of our community. How unfortunate it is that their role is advisory only. more
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