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Letter: LIRR Turns 185

Let us all wish a Happy 185th Anniversary to the Long Island Rail Road. On April 24, 1834, the LIRR was officially chartered by...

Letter: Slow-Moving Sloth

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s call for performing yet another independent audit on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Long Island Rail Road East Side Access to Grand...

Letter: The Dangers of A Closed Mind

After reading “The Dangers of A Dulled Mind,” I realized how closed minded the writer and other opponents of recreational marijuana are in their...

Letter: Dangers of A Dulled Down Mind

Your editorial “Curran’s Reefer Madness” in the April 10-16 issue is just one more idiotic opinion us readers are exposed to and expected to...

Letter: Response To Robert Mujica

Gov. Cuomo’s budget director Robert Mujica was blowing lots of smoke at us in his letter hailing the passage of congestion pricing (Letters, April...

Letter: Pass the CCPA

I am concerned about the recent finding by the American Lung Association, in which it was shown that in their 2019 State of the...

Letter: Faulty Yellow Book

Does anybody besides me know (or care) that while Nassau County Executive Laura Curran fights with 19 Nassau County legislators over the assessor being...

Letter: Hold Big Business Accountable

Thank you to Frank Rizzo for his celebration of Earth Day, and his call to action. Individual lifestyle changes are so important, and actions...

Letter: A Cleaner Environment

Why not celebrate Earth Day all year long? Besides recycling newspapers, magazines, glass, plastics, old medicines, paints and cleaning materials, there are other actions...

Letter: Congestion Pricing: A Monumental Advancement

The budget passed by lawmakers last week made New York City the first city in the nation to adopt congestion pricing. Let’s stick to...

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