November 4, 2009 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

Citizens Coming Together

To the Editor: By the time you read this, Philipstown will have chosen our leaders for the next few years. The past few months have been hectic, but I was heartened to see the vastly increased participation by citizens in our local government. More...

Nothing Wrong with Patchwork

To the Editor: The promoters of a new master plan for Philipstown are unanimous in two respects: (1) They insist that present zoning laws are patchwork; (2) They imply that their opponents, whom they term "snipers," are in the minority. More...

A Pledge to Continue Hard Work

To the Editor: It's been my honor and privilege to serve the citizens of Philipstown and Putnam Valley for past fifteen years. Although my election this year was uncontested, I never take for granted my responsibility for serving our citizens. More...

Be Part of the Candlelight Tour

To the Editor: Now in its seventh year, Cold Spring by Candlelight has proven to be a successful, holiday event for the Village of Cold Spring. Stores are busy, restaurants have long lines, and private homes bustle with visitors. More...

Zoning Dissension and Consensus

To the Editor: No, the term is not an oxymoron. It is the current state of affairs. More...

Don't Cut Disability Services

To the Editor: Assemblyman Greg Ball understands and appreciate sour state's current fiscal crisis, but knows that Governor Paterson's current proposed cuts to developmental disability services will: More...

Mortgage Update

To the Editor: Perhaps your readers saw the recent New York Times issue that carried the story of a federal judge who completely wiped out a $463,263 mortgage debt on a delinquent borrower's home in White Plains when they could not prove owner More...

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