Posts Tagged ‘Letters to the Editor’

Happy Camper

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To the Editor: Your delightful article, “Send In Snail Mail” (May 6), jogged some wonderful memories as a camper, counselor, head counselor and finally as the “matriarch” of a reunited camp group. I remember mail call, the glee in receiving mail from home, from my mom, my aunts, my cousins and friends. I also remember [&hellip
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Preserve West Park

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To the Editor: Several years ago, before Hugo Meneses defaced the sanctuary he claims loyalty to, I had considered becoming a member of West Park Presbyterian Church. Mr. Meneses states that landmarking the church only interests the neighborhood’s rich people, and is not supported by its congregants (“Church Member Arrested During Landmark Protest,” April 22). [&hellip
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Bad Plan For Student Loans

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To the Editor: The U.S. Department of Education is proposing a rule that will limit access to higher education and economic opportunities for hundreds of thousands of Americans. This “Gainful Employment” rule will deny students access to educational programs and degrees that lead to placement in high-demand jobs by making such programs ineligible for much-needed [&hellip
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Cycling Scofflaws

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To the Editor: Kudos to Joe Bolanos for his “No Café Permits for Cycling Scofflaws” piece (April 8), in which he applauds the decision of Community Board 7 to disapprove a sidewalk cafe permit to a restaurant with “a record of chronic delivery bicycle infractions.” Mr. Bolanos is on the money when he says that, [&hellip
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‘Double Depositing’

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To the Editor: In the article “D-Day: How to weigh college acceptances and make the big decision” (April 16), my remarks were inadvertently mischaracterized in a way that made it seem as if I were recommending that admitted students put down enrollment deposits at more than one college. No responsible admissions professional would suggest that [&hellip
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No Commuter Tax

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To the Editor: Borough President and potential 2013 mayoral candidate Scott Stringer’s support of the commuter tax (“Scott Stringer Engages the City,” April 8) missed the potential consequences of his position. The metropolitan New York area, comprising New York City, Long Island, northeast New Jersey, the Hudson Valley and parts of southwestern Connecticut, is in [&hellip
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