April 4, 2007 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

Applauds Spirit and Commitment of Today's Youth

Dear Editor, I was truly moved by the inspirational story in last week's edition about the "passion and responsible character of the Town's youth. More...

Keep Donating Blood

Dear Editor: As everyone knows, blood is one of the biggest demands in our country. Many people don't realize but almost everyone can donate their blood even if they are on a medication. More...

Trying to Reform Government

Dear Editor: A letter from an obviously agitated Rose Braatz begs for correction. I was never chairman of the Philipstown Conservative Party (actually "Committee," Rosie.) Mrs. Braatz urges a return to the former glory of the Conservative Party. More...

Dismay Over Board's Library Decision

(Reprinted at the request of the Author) Dear Supervisor Mazzuca: I am writing to express my dismay over the Philipstown Town Board's decision to ignore the passage of Proposition 414 in the November 7, 2006 election. More...

Butterfield Library Do-over

Dear Editor: It is with great interest I have been following the correspondence about the recent library vote. It would appear that the town board has raised a question as to whether or not the recent referendum met its statutory requirements. More...

Bear Mountain Event Will Raise Awareness of the Climate Crisis

To the Editor: On April 14 on the Bear Mountain Bridge, something extraordinary is going to happen. Hundreds of citizens - ranging from infants to seniors - will join hands and make a human chain across the Bear Mountain Bridge. More...

Parcels not Conveyed nor Deeded

To the Editor: Vincent Terio is subject to Foreclosure of Tax Lien on four parcels 39.-2-12.1, 0.13, acres, 39.-2-12.2, 0.05 acres, 39.-2- 12.3, 2.48 acres and 39.-2-12.4, 2.34 acres in the spring of 2007, located in the Town of Philipstown, New Yo More...

Large Development Projects Threaten the PV Ecosystem

To the Editor: Big Developers and their Fellow Travelers' rant that "you can't stop people from building" is as transparent as glass by now: a scare tactic, especially repugnant when it comes from people who should know better (e.g., lawyers who- More...

Extend Poll Hours to Allow Morning Votes

Dear Editor: I am a commuter with odd hours - I suspect one of manywho lives in Cold Spring. More...

Weekly Poll

How extensive should parking changes be in downtown Cold Spring?




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