Category Archives: Letters

Letter: $230,180 and counting

    To the Editor, Each month our school board is dumping $13,540 of our tax money into the ocean by keeping Osborn teacher Mrs. Mehler reassigned. They have been doing this for the past 17 months which adds up to a staggering amount of $230,180,excluding legal fees. In our schools, and town, we are very fortunate to […]

Letter: Silly, isn’t it?

    To the Editor, Why do people have guns? In the United States we have law enforcement to protect us. There are local, county and state police, and federal law enforcement agencies. We also have some in security-type positions carrying guns. The right to bear arms should remain. The right to bear arms was really put in place to […]

Letter: Commissioners support Keating fire board

    To the Editor, We are writing to you today to ask for your vote for Brian Keating for fire commissioner in the Eastchester Board of Fire Commissioners election this Tuesday, Dec. 9. Thanks to increased voter turnout and taxpayer focus on the annual fire district elections, our fire district is now managed by […]

Letter: All for health centers in our schools

    To the Editor, I want to applaud the Mamaroneck Board of Education for reviewing the model of a school-based health center, SBHC, for our district. As a licensed clinical social worker, I have been involved with the school-based health center model for more than a decade and can attest to the benefits of […]

Letter: Silly, isn’t it?

  To the Editor, Why do people have guns? In the United States we have law enforcement to protect us. There are local, county and state police, and federal law enforcement agencies. We also have some in security-type positions carrying guns. The right to bear arms should remain. The right to bear arms was really put in place to protect […]

Letter: Silly, isn’t it?

    To the Editor, Why do people have guns? In the United States we have law enforcement to protect us. There are local, county and state police, and federal law enforcement agencies. We also have some in security-type positions carrying guns. The right to bear arms should remain. The right to bear arms was really put in place to […]

Letter: Community Fund needs your help

    To the Editor, I am writing to remind all of our residents that The Community Fund of Bronxville, Eastchester and Tuckahoe has launched its annual campaign for 2014-15. While we are off to a strong start, we have a lot of ground to cover to reach our goal of $550,000. As president of […]

Letter: A re-election thank you

To the Editor, A note of thanks to all who voted on Tuesday, Nov. 4, and especially to those who gave me the opportunity to serve a second term in the state Senate. I will continue to work hard and to be accessible to listen to your advice and ideas. Warmest wishes to all of […]

Letter: Peace remains up to Isreal

To the Editor, To bring to an end the crimes against humanity being committed against Palestinians everyday by Israel, and Israel’s right to defend itself from further attacks is predicated on several major principles. The establishment of two states, one under Palestinian control and Israel limiting its borders and stopping with its illegal settlements in […]

Letter: Charter changes must follow procedure

To the Editor, Something is very wrong in the City of Rye. Mayor Sack and the City Council recently changed our city charter twice. The first change took place at a regular City Council meeting, with no notice to the public and no public discussion. This change was relatively minor, but still a change to […]