September 2, 2009 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

A Transparent Process

To the Editor: When I finished your article about interest in Philipstown's comprehensive plan, I couldn't help but laugh. More...

No New Waterfront Lights

To the Editor: $55,000 is too much money to spend for lighting on our main dock, when the old lighting was just put up less than 15 years ago. More...

Protecting Peekskill Hollow Road

To the Editor: Many who attended the Physical Services Committee hearing (May 2009) may think that the Peekskill Hollow Road issue has been resolved and the project is no more. Sadly, nothing could be further from the truth. More...

Health Care Is A Basic Right

To the Editor: I attended two meetings on health care reform held in Fishkill a few weeks ago and I am compelled to correct the erroneous impression of our local debate in last week's "Dueling Over Health Care." The American Cancer Society spons More...

Etiquette Tips for Dog Owners

To the Editor: Those of us who own dogs love our furry family members. What's not to love?— the joyful welcomes, companionship, unconditional love, and loyalty they give us every day. More...

Candidate Platforms

John Van Tassel

Candidate, Philipstown Town Board I am honored and excited to be the Democratic and Independence party nominee for Philipstown Town Board. Born and raised in Philipstown, I am the son of Teresa (Percacciolo) and George W. More...

Zoning Changes Shouldn't Be Surprise

To the Editor: The proposed new zoning law is finally receiving the attention in the news that it deserves. More...

Stand Up and Fight

To the Editor: In response to your article "Angst spurs action:" The end of your article said the flyer obtained quoted "changes are going to be adopted shortly by the town board without your knowledge. More...

Fear or Fact?

To the Editor: In last week's paper there was a front page column titled "Angst Spurs Action." The column ends quoting a flyer that was distributed along Rt. 9: "changes are going to be adopted shortly by the town board without your knowledge. More...

Cold Spring Healthcare

To the Editor: Item #7 on the agenda for last Tuesday's Board Workshop read: "Discussion of Mayor Gallagher's request for health insurance coverage." I attended the workshop with several questions, such as: Are you setting a precedent? More...

Save Our Children

To the Editor: Readers, if you love your children, you will fight the Health Care Reform bill with all your might. Why? More...

Jackie Annabi For Town Council

To the Editor: I am writing to strongly urge voters in the town of Putnam Valley to vote for Jackie Annabi as their candidate for the seat on the town board in the primary on September 15, 2009. More...

Zoning Laws, in Layman's Terms

Perspectives

I have acquired the present zoning law from town hall and compared the pertinent parts with the proposed new zoning law, with emphasis on the new zoning designations and zoning maps. More...

Candidate Platforms

Patty Villanova

Candidate, Putnam Valley Town Board The September 15th Primary will be one of the most important elections in the history of Putnam Valley. More...

Weekly Poll

County legislators reviewed the Butterfield project and a senior center in a historic meeting last week. Where should the senior center be?
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