November 14, 2001 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

Sympathies Extended To Dr. Di Natale

Editor, More...

Training Flights Are Burden To Bear

Penny Millar of Cold Spring writes (Letters, Oct. 31) that she is upset that low-flying military aircraft recently disturbed a quiet autumn idyll in her backyard. More...

Offered Us A Living Example Of Endurance Dear Editor,

I have a great admiration and respect for old trees, so I was especially saddened when the white oak in the Garrison School ball field was cut down last week. More...

Has Strong Confidence In Superintendent Of Garrison School Dear Editor,

As Mrs. Portman-Laux insists on burdening Philipstown at large with her personal, petty and libelous opinions, I feel compelled to strongly affirm my confidence in Dr. More...

Consider A Few Historical Items (reprinted at request of author) Dear Garrison Union Free School Board of Education:

I believe the field will be quite bleak without the shade of the oak trees. More...

Weekly Poll

County legislators reviewed the Butterfield project and a senior center in a historic meeting last week. Where should the senior center be?
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