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In its ongoing effort to make Riverdale more crowded, the city’s buildings department has decided to grant yet another building permit to the people who brought you the Villa Rosa Bonheur debacle. more
I am against continued building in our area. Whatever happened to that once-famous slogan, “Keep Riverdale Green,” which meant keeping grassy areas of land intact for us to enjoy — areas not applied to just our parks? more
The need for affordable housing doesn’t really seem debatable. It’s common knowledge that both New York — and the country as a whole — are deep in a disastrous housing crisis. Despite last year’s tenant victories that granted New York tenants a modicum of protection against arbitrary evictions, the plague of homelessness continues unabated. more
Something is going on in Albany that should make all New York City residents very nervous. more
The 2020 New York State Renewable Energy Summit ended with a mission statement: “Does your town have an energy plan?” more
Despite being a longtime observer of local politics, joining the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club had never interested in me. It always struck me as little more than a tool of the local political machine. more
I’m Donald Trump, and I’ve been running for re-election since the day I got elected. more
The world is watching anxiously to see what happens with the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China. As scientists and public health officials in the United States learn more about the virus — and as we all see how bad the outbreak turns out to be — it is important that public policymaking remain firmly centered around science. more
We live in a time of code words. Only the ignorant these days will stoop to saying some version of “you (expletive) Jew.” But the intelligentsia has elevated just this form of communication into an art form. more
It’s 2020, and there are so many things to look forward to. For us here at The Riverdale Press, it’s a celebration of our 70th anniversary. more
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