October 5, 2007 RSS feed / Letters

Dayton Beach Park Board Members

Dear Editor,

I've been on the board of Dayton Beach Park for three years. A lot of decisions on this co-op have been made at private meetings, which I am against. Also, some board members haven't come to a meeting for "who knows how long". More...

A New Firehouse Sounds Good

Dear Editor,

After reading this week's edition of the Wave, I felt compelled to write in. Councilman Saunders is constantly looking for ideas for the abandoned firehouse on Beach 59 Street. More...

Environmental Emergency

Dear Editor,

Goons have been dispatched to destroy, and are in act of destroying, the magnificent forested areas lying between Ocean Village and Beach 32 Street, between the boardwalk and the elevated A train. More...

Response to B.Sullivan's Letter

Dear Editor,

As I read B. Sullivan's letter, and yes, I too had many a good time at ye old Hammels Senior Center now Seaside Adult Senior Center, corner of Beach 90 and Rockaway Beach Boulevard. More...

DOT Needs Changes In Rockaway

Dear Editor,

There are many ways the streets of Rockaway could be made safer. For one thing, Rockaway Beach Boulevard could have the median installed from Beach 73 to Beach 90 Street. Also, we should look at Shore Front Parkway. More...

Misconstrued View

Dear Editor,

It is most unfortunate that Mr. Schwach chose to compare Jewish Star publisher Meyer Fertig with the infamous Nazi leaders. It is, indeed, an insult to every Jewish martyr who died during the holocaust. Most died because they were Orthodox Jews. More...

The Enterprise Hotel

Dear Editor,

I see you printed a picture of the old Enterprise Hotel and fishing station, (Historical Views 8/31), on the other side of the trestle, when the Long Island Railroad was put there. Owned and operated by Eugene and Ruth Bollermann (1890-1920). More...

West End Parking Problem

Dear Editor,

Your editorial in this week's paper did not do justice to the problem we renters face in the west end of Rockaway. I rent an apartment on Beach 127 Street, near the new malls and the new "No Parking Any Time" signs. More...


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