June 26, 2002 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

The Making of A Team Editor:

I had the privilege of helping coach the Philipstown Minor League Dodger More...

Sense Of Community Is Exquisite

Ah, the age-old antipathy of "locals" for newcomers! As though being born and raised in a place gives one exclusive squatters More...

Why Do Only 10% Of Residents Shop On Main Street Editor,

Normally I do not respond to articles or letters but in this case I must. I am so furious about this letter! Do you have any idea how difficult it is to start, maintain, operate, succeed a business or shop on Main Street? It is not easy! More...

Cold Spring Remains A Wonderful Place To Live Dear Brian,

As a relative newcomer to the village, I want to respond to your reader, Beth Hammond, who blames newly arriving "yuppies" for the deterioration of those small-town institutions and core values she feels made Cold Spring such a wonderful pl More...

Ms. Hammond Is In Minority In Cold Spring Dear Editor,

When I initially read Ms. Hammonds letter in last weeks paper, I was very disappointed. More...

Continental Village Toddler Learning Center Needs Protection (Reprinted at the request of the author)

Dear Ms. Rizzi: [Philipstown Recreation Department] More...

Mekeels’ Chapel Seeks Help With Restoration Dear Sir:

As your readers know, two weeks ago a dump truck ran into the Mekeel More...

Koo’s Korner Has It All Wrong Dear Editor,

Koo More...

Feels Inhibited Before Open Sign Is Put Out In Cold Spring Dear Editor,

I am a concerned new merchant who assumes Beth Hammond will not be rolling out the welcome mat for me when I open an antique shop in Cold Spring in July. Regardless, I leave an open invitation to all Cold Spring natives to come visit me and my shop. More...

In The Interest Of All Townspeople To Work Together

I read Beth Hammond More...

How To Identify A Sitting Duck And What To Do About It…

We More...

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