February 13, 2002 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

What Are The Qualifications Are To Be Building Inspector?

Dear fellow Kent residents, More...

Surprise Lake Camp Is A Valuable Part Of Philipstown Dear Editor,

Surprise Lake Camp was founded in 1902. 90 to 98 years later, four sets of new neighbors moved into new houses on the camp road. They objected to the camp More...

Answers President’s Call To Volunteer - Will Coordinate Transportation For People In Need Due To Grand Union Fire Dear Editor:

On Wednesday, February 6, our community sustained a disaster with the fiery loss of a source of food and other necessities for hundreds when the Grand Union burned to the ground. More...

Responds To Critics Of Holocaust Letter Editor,

In response to several letters in your 2/6/02 issue denouncing and distorting my quotes from respected Jewish scholars revising the earlier more extreme version of the Holocaust, I realize this is a highly emotional issue and serves as an excuse for More...

GU Market Manager Addresses Community To The Grand Union Community,

My staff and I wish to express our regrets to you as an era comes to an end with the burning down of our store. We all realize that although it wasn More...

Lake Vallhalla Residents Should Look To Other Communities For Potential Fate

Lake Vallhalla residents have significant cause for alarm now that 900-plus acres or approximately 1.5 square miles of adjacent land is owned by an out of state developer; but the danger may be greater than Vallahalla residents think. More...

School Districts Know They Can Rely On Us Dear Sir:

While I am not a resident in the district, I read with considerable interest an announcement of a 9.5% tax increase in the forthcoming Yorktown School Budget. More...

How About Some Self Respect & Modern Thinking In Putnam Valley?

To the Editor, More...

Animal Abusers Should Be Sentenced To Jail Time Dear Editor: As an animal lover, I have followed the animal abuse cases of the last few months listed below:

Mr. Ammaturo, who hung his five dogs in his garage; Mr. Johnson, who stabbed his dog thirty times; and Mr. Hunlock, the corrections officer who compacted five kittens. More...

Implied Wrongdoings Of Volunteers Is Damaging To Town

There are many dedicated, caring volunteers in our town. The Boards, Committees, and organizations work closely with our Town Board. We don More...

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