March 28, 2007 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

Applauds the Town Board's Library Decision

To the Editor: As local residents already know, the Philipstown Town Board has decided, based on a review of the way the Butterfield Library conducted its funding campaign in the fall, that the measure was legally defective and therefore not bindin More...

Restore the Conservative Party to its Former Glory

Dear Editor: Ms. Portman-Laux' letter reeks of sour grapes. While I was Chairwoman of the Philipstown Conservative Party and County Chairwoman, the Conservative Party was strong, vibrant and active. More...

Baffled by the Board's Library Decision

Dear Editor: Jack London once wrote, "the Oakland Free Public Library, in all my childhood dreams and fantasies I never imagined that such a place existed. More...

Library Funding was a Well- Planned Attempt to Stack the Deck

Dear Editor: It is with interest that I have been following the issue of the Julia L. Butterfield Library/ Town Board controversy. More...

Why would our Local Library Bamboozle Us?

To the Editor: With regard to the Butterfield Library Referendum, issues are being brought up, exaggerated and falsely reported, as a distraction to the truth. It is really this simple.... More...

Absentee Ballot Handling Application Was Not Timely

Dear Editor, In the past, we have relied on our Cold Spring Village Clerk, Mary Saari, to be fair. What happened this time? More...

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