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The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
True to its role as the “newspaper of record” for our community, The Riverdale Press has provided timely coverage of the important land use issues that threaten to adversely impact our community, environment, livability and accelerated development activities — specifically city planning’s pending proposed revision of the Special Natural Area District, which it now seeks to call the Special Natural Resources District. more
I write as a constituent, person of faith, and a volunteer with Catholic Relief Services. My congressman, Eliot Engel, introduced H.R. 2615, the United States-Northern Triangle Enhanced Engagement Act, which recently passed in the House and has been referred to the Senate. more
In a historic landslide win, more than 600,000 adoptees in New York will be able to access their original birth certificates starting in mid-January. I’m proud to have fought for a clean bill giving back us adoptees what rightfully belongs to us for the past 19 years. more
The letter written by one of your readers completely misrepresents the tenor of his conversation with my staff about his school-hardening proposals. more
As a concerned and involved lifelong Riverdalian, there are so many naturally beautiful areas in our neighborhood. more
I live at the other end of Manhattan from Van Cortlandt Park, but visit it faithfully. The parks in lower Manhattan are manicured and don’t give the feeling of walking in less-tampered-with nature the way Van Cortlandt Park does. Like so many New Yorkers, I’m sustained by and need that environment for sanity. more
I hope that you and your readers will take an interest in a social problem that does not receive enough attention. That social problem is workplace bullying. more
I think I understand both sides of this issue. I love nature, and want to protect every previous inch. But I also love to bike, and there are some unpaved parts of the trail that are dangerous, narrow, and sometimes sharply rutted. more
The key to making progress on the issues that matter most to New Yorkers is unrigging our political system. For far too long, corporate and big money interests have held an outsized influence over candidates and elected officials. more
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