July 5, 2006 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

High Price of Sharing Time with Your Best Friend

Editor: What a better way to spend the beginning of summer, than riding bikes with your best friend. The kind of friend that would lend you his "Silver Mongoose" and he would ride his old bike. More...

Highlights Danger on MidHudson Bridges

Editor: Motorists who feel threatened by tractor trailers and other trucks while crossing mid-Hudson bridges, especially, the one connecting Newburgh and Beacon, or on any of the major highways patrolled by the State Police, especially I-84, should More...

Community Spirit Takes Hold in Philipstown

Dear Editor, I discovered this past week that the Philipstown Community Center is not only an ideal place for me to teach art but it is also a safe and exciting place for my 10 month old daughter to experience a family oriented community. More...

Power To the Hypocrites

Editor, If Joan Mercado had been specific about her allegations I would be able to understand what she is talking about. Is the lie the one that had Clinton impeached and disbarred? More...

PV School Trustees Are Listening

Editor: It's great that the community voted to approve the revised school budget. I assure you that I will continue to scrutinize our school district spending. More...

John Hall Receives Important Support for Congress Run

Dear Editor: As many readers know, John Hall, a longtime leader in our country's environmental and safe energy movements, is running for US Congress in the 19th District. More...

Comments on Philipstown Planning Board "Controversy"

Editor: I have tried to refrain from writing about the controversy in front of the Philipstown Planning Board, which pertains to the town planner's request to change the monthly meeting date to accommodate his schedule. It is clear that Mr. More...

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