May 11, 2002 RSS feed / Letters

Abolish Costly City Council

Tell me what have the political representatives covering the Rockaway Peninsula done in the past and in the ongoing years to prevent the influx of medical mills, health-related facilities, and low housing city projects?? More...

Focus on Crime, Not Reporting

I must take exception to points made in a recent Bag of Mail letter captioned Police Blotter Woes. The writer states or implies that your Police Blotter column: More...

Hey Baby…This!

I just read Mr. Toms More...

Israel Crisis Affects Blacks

NY Blacks and Hispanics are closely monitoring the Middle East crisis, and we believe that most Israelis and Palestinians want peace. More...

Teach All Children The Same

Hi! With all the talk of P.S. 114Q and all the families in array, I would think the issue really starts in pre-K and Kindergarten. More...

This Is Not Nascar!

I could not agree more with Dr. T. Kelly who has brought very necessary attention to the speeding problem in Belle Harbor. I am a mother of two young boys who constantly worries about them playing outside. More...

Another Lifeguard Crisis

Here we are again! More...

Are We Safe On The Ground?

I know after flight 587 Rockaway residents are still apprehensive about planes flying over us. More...

Good Job Mr. Schwach

With you as Editor-in-Chief, The Wave has done a commendable thing by keeping the problems of redistricting, campaign finance, and integrity in government before the public. More...

Let’s Preserve Environment

Beach Channel High School students currently partake in a program whose goals are to conserve and restrict the waste of water, to reduce the use of somewhat harmful household products, and finally plant native trees and plants to improve our marshes More...

Thanks to Councilman

This letter was sent to Councilman Joseph Addabbo, Jr. Approximately one month ago I called your office and spoke to a very nice lady Sandy. More...


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