October 10, 2007 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

In Response to Mr. Simone's Letter of Last Week

Dear Editor: I appreciate the fact that Chris Simone spelled my name correctly in last week's paper. A great many people, most of them brighter than Mr. Simone, misspell my name. Rita LeMon Philipstown More...

Fiscal Crisis has Been Brought on by Tamagna Voting Record

To the Editor: When it comes to libraries, what does Vincent Tamagna really stand for? In his recent insert in this paper, Legislator Tamagna wrote: "I thought I should make my position clear at this time. More...

Nat Prentice can Bring Actionable Ideas to the Table

Dear Editor: As the November election approaches, it is time for the people of Philipstown to decide among a panel of five individuals for two vacancies on the Philipstown Town Board. More...

Legislator Tamagna's Recycling Cuts

Dear Editor: I wanted to address a few issues raised in last week's paper by Lisa Sabin concerning Legislator Tamagna's proposal for cutting the County Recycling program. More...

'Elementary, my dear Watson'

Dear Editor: At last Thursday's monthly Philipstown Board Meeting, several concerned constituents voiced their concerns regarding what they consider to be the mismanagement of our Town. More...

The Vacant Lot NearYou Could be Next

Dear Editor: I attended last week's Town Board meeting, where the CAC delivered their Open Space Index. More...

Builder of Gas Station has no Intention of Following the Planning and Zoning Board Process

To the Editor: For the past year, Joe Giachinta and County Line Equities have been building a new gas station at the corner of Routes 9 and 403 in Garrison. More...

Congress Needs to Begin Investigating Bush's Actions

To the Editor: The issue of impeachment of the President is being discussed here and there in the media, though according to a recent Zogby poll of New York, a quarter of voters in our state don't have an opinion about it. More...

My friend, Nat Prentice

To the Editor: My friend, Nat Prentice, was out in front of our local supermarket a while back, garnishing the unsuspecting, getting signatures on his petition so that he could run as an Independent candidate for Town Council. More...

Town Board is Vigilant and Responsible

To the Editor: After watching the October 5 Town Board meeting on the public access channel, I have to give credit where it is due: our Town Board deserves our support and praise for the way they handled themselves during that meeting. More...

Encourage Young Readers to Join Battle of the Books Next Year

To the Editor: On Saturday, September 15, young people from 14 area public libraries gathered at the Millbrook High School for the 3rd annual Mid-Hudson Library System Battle of the Books. More...

Prentice Clarifies Just What He is Running For

Dear Editor: I just want to let people know that I appreciate the vote of the person who wrote in my name the Democrat primary. (I actually met her when I was going door to door Sunday in Cold Spring). More...

Tamagna is a Photo Op Politician

Dear Editor: It is quite ironic that the name of the cover organization that Vinny Tagmagna has associated himself with is called Philipstown First. The only thing that this photo op politician apparently puts first is himself. More...

Party Leaders Often Remain Out of Step with Their Constituencies

Dear Editor: Politics have not changed since I ran for Congress in a Democrat primary in 1992, garnering 44-1/2 percent of the vote against the anointed candidate of party leaders in four counties. More...

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