June 22, 2002 RSS feed / Letters

Bums Are People Too

This is my response to last week's opinion of a concerned 16-year-old teen who had strong beliefs about too many "bums" on 116th Street. My opinion totally differs in this serious matter. More...

Jets Buzzing Overhead

Who is the schmo! in the know Who told us folks There More...

No Graduation This Year

I put four kids through P.S. 114 and I am now finding out that my last child will not be getting a graduation. More...

Thanks for Flowers

We would like to take this opportunity to thank Nadia Murphy and the Ladies of the Belle Harbor Garden Club for providing us with the lovely flowers to decorate the outside of our building. More...

The Shame of St. John’s

I am currently a member of the United States Air Force, but before joining our great military I was a volunteer for the Rockaway Point Volunteer Fire Department. Unfortunately, I have had to deal with St. John More...

Empty Promises of A Pool

I would like the Wave newspaper to investigate why Senators Schumer and Clinton, and Congressman Weiner continue to forget their promises to the people and the children of the Rockaways. More...

Need Parking Reform

It is time to do something about the parking situation in my neighbor hood of Rockaway Park. If more on street parking was allowed it would not be necessary for my neighbors to turn there gardens into paved over parking spaces. More...

Opinion As Good As Another

Free press is a wonderful thing. More...

There In Spirit

I was very happy and not surprised to see Rabbi Joseph Weiss and Moe Weinshel pictured More...

Two Thirds Not Good Enough

A while back the news ran an article about a probationary firefighter. On September 11 he was working across from the twin towers. He went through the hell of the collapse. Early on in the aftermath he was in a crisis. More...


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