September 26, 2001 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

How Soon We Forget

Exactly four years ago I wrote the following letter to your paper. In those years, our capable Highway Superintendent has demonstrated how drainage is the main key to stable dirt roads. However, the Town Board seems to have forgotten: More...

Hatred Needs To Stop At Home.

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Sometimes There Is No Other Side Dear Editor,

A letter published in the September 19th issue from a conflict resolution manager urged understanding and copious foreign aid as a more effective response to the World Trade Center atrocity than the use of force. More...

Takes Issue With Complaints Of County’s Response To Disaster Dear Editor,

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Who Are You?

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Outraged Over Unconscionable Paving Decision Dear Brian,

I read with interest the story that on September 12, 2001 the Philipstown Town Board "quietly approved" funding to widen and pave East Mountain Road North. This was the first I More...

PDRA Objects To Paving Road (Reprinted at the request of the author) To Bill Mazzucca and all the members of the Town Board of Philipstown, NY,

I am writing in my capacity as president of the Philipstown Dirt Road Association (PDRA) and on behalf of all the people whom we represent. We strongly object to the decision made on September 12 to pave East Mountain Road North. More...

Concerned How Haldane Responded To Jewish Holidays To the Editor

Below is the text of a letter which we sent to the Board of education on Sept. 20, 2001 More...

Town Leaders Took Advantage Of Distraction Letter to the Editor:

The day after the World Trade Center toppled, the world stood still. Wall Street closed. Schools closed. Broadway went dark. Everything stopped while the world came to grips with the terrorism that had struck our nation. More...

Response With Violence Does Not Stop The Cycle

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Resident Denied Property Rights

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Requests Town To Stop Rush To Pave Road Dear Editor,

The Old Road Society of Philipstown (ORS) requests that our Town Board provide more information and consider the input of affected residents before paving East Mountain Road North. More...

Says Majority Of Residents Want E. Mtn. Rd. N. To Remain Unpaved

(printed at the request of the author) More...

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