Posts Tagged ‘Letters to the Editor’

Perkins Fights For Environment

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To the Editor: In the current New York State Senate, there are few lawmakers truly fighting for a better environmental future for New Yorkers. Bill Perkins is one such legislator. He has a proven record of fighting for New Yorkers and getting results. As State Senator for the 30th District, Bill Perkins has fought for [&hellip
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Colorful History

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To The Editor: Can we ever have (“Uncovering Forgotten New York,” July 21) too many historians? Never! Especially when they so eloquently bring our fascinating local history back to life. Coney Island’s “Dreamland,” the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire—almost everyone knows a little about these, but it’s the efforts of people like Kevin Baker filling in [&hellip
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Traffic Tragedy

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To the Editor: Words fail to describe a criminal lawyer’s reaction to this tragedy (“Harsher Penalties in Traffic Crimes,” Aug. 18), along with the “situation that prevails” on the streets of NYC. To put it succinctly, we have laws that are not enforced; so many drivers have “carte blanche” to do as they wish. Need [&hellip
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Even more “Culture Schlock”

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To The Editor: I couldn’t agree more with your dismay at today’s Hollywood fare (“Culture Schlock,” July 22). Imagine what awaits us in the future if 3-D with IMAX sound becomes the standard format in moviemaking, and screenwriters and directors feel even more compelled to focus on eye-popping special effects rather than mind-expanding themes, ear-splitting [&hellip
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No Mail Weds.?

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To The Editor: In reading Ruth Unterberg’s letter (“No Mail Saturdays,” July 29), I’m inclined to partially agree with her—giving up one day of delivery to save the rising cost of stamps, which will continue to go up for some time as there does not seem to be a strong will to keep this from [&hellip
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What Mystery?

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To The Editor: I’ve lived across the street from Ansche Chesed since the ’60s, and I feel very protective of the place. The night that the ghost bike first appeared, I saw two men fiddling with it, and it looked like they were trying to light something underneath it, but I am not 100 percent [&hellip
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