July 24, 2002 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

Not A Penny More

The Garrison School Board often promised to spend "not a penny more than the voters authorized for the new construction." But now the Trustees have found a way to get $180,000 extra without voter approval. How can this happen? More...

It Just A Takes A Request To Keep The Concrete Away


In the Mid-West, the pedestrian-safety strip of grass separating the sidewalk from the curb is un-affectionately referred to as the "Devil More...

Americans Must Wake Up

Dear Editor,

How safe is our blood supply? Where does the Federal Drug Administration fit in? Why do we have chronic shortfalls of necessary blood supplies? Where do you fit it? More...

Nuclear Industry Is Not Clean

To the Editor,

I don More...

Double Yellow Line Is Appreciated

Dear Brian,

I just wanted to take a moment to acknowledge Roger Chirico, Superintendent of Highways for his efforts in making our community a safer place. This past week a dividing line was put at the bottom of East Mountain Road South, where it meets Route 9. More...

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