April 15, 2009 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

A Teacher Salary Give Back Would Show Concern

To the Editor: I recently learned that the New York State judges have not had a raise in ten years. But our teachers in Garrison are used to a raise every year. The negotiations for a new teacher contract are going on in Garrison. More...

Legislation is Critical Tool for Land Conservation

Dear Editor: Residents of Philipstown and Putnam Valley should know about new legislation, championed by our Congressman John Hall, which will preserve a critical tool for land conservation in the Highlands and across the nation. More...

Union Leaders' Greed is a Burden

To the Editor: As an alumna of a union (International Newspaper Guild), I know firsthand that union leaders represent one segment of society: themselves. Any belief that they represent their member workers is fantasy. More...

CS Author Co-writes Job Book

Cold Spring's Patrick O'Halloran, professor of hospitality management at New York City College of Technology, has self-published a new work, Unlocking the Door to Your Career—Guidelines to Finding the Perfect Job More...

New Architectural Gem on the Hudson

To the Editor: I was disappointed a few years ago when I heard there were plans to build a small auxiliary building next to the Chapel of Our Lady Restoration. More...

Maybe Stanley Knew Something

To the Editor: Lord Stanley of Preston, England donated a silver cup that became known as The Stanley Cup in 1892. Although he didn't stay in Canada long enough to even see a single hockey game, maybe he knew something. More...

REMINDER:

Candidates for the May 19 School Board Elections should contact the PCN&R asap regarding announcement and platform deadlines and specifications. The rules have been modified from those formerly used. More...

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