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I don’t know if it’s irony or chutzpah to see Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz on the front page of your paper talking about traffic problems and hazards on Riverdale Avenue, when just the week before, I was following right behind his car going south on Riverdale Avenue until it made an illegal left turn — right after the “no turns” sign before West 231st Street. more
Kudos to Mr. Charles Moerdler for opening up the discussion of the current virulent anti-Semitism afflicting our country today. more
The parks department seems to defy common sense by replacing the Putnam Nature Trail with an environmentally harmful, pedestrian-endangering paved bike speedway. more
“Even on good news, the portrayal of the mentally ill tends toward the overly dramatic.” more
Farewell and good luck to Dan Eudine, executive director of Riverdale Neighborhood House. more
When many parents today were once children themselves, the common mantra was, “Don’t talk to strangers.” It was a hard and fast rule that seemed easy enough to follow. more
On Aug. 1, The Riverdale Press published my Point of View, and I was curious as to what the response would be, and am now ready to reply. more
As you know, we are in the midst of an environmental crisis of global proportions, and we must respond. The city council in June declared a climate emergency calling for “an immediate emergency mobilization to restore a safe climate.” more
It’s a tad dismissive to say that the Putnam Trail was “under discussion” for 10 years and not prevailing doesn’t mean being ignored, etc. Many people came out in support of the aesthetics of the park, the history, the wildlife — which at one time the state described as having a rare biodiversity seldom seen in the Bronx, something they did not say about north and south of the park. more
I have often said that officers should not be the first line of defense in the event of a mental health crisis. That we ask our officers to do too much for every emergency. But what about when that emergency moment is impacting officers themselves? more
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