July 11, 2008 RSS feed / Letters

Where Are The Lifeguards, Mayor Bloomberg?

Dear Editor, On Friday, June 27, at 8:55 A.M. I called into the John Gambling Radio Show on WOR. Every Friday Mayor Bloomberg answers questions from the public, between 8 A.M. - 9 A.M. More...

Comment On The New Yankee Stadium

Dear Editor, For the last weeks, the Yankees have drawn 51, 53 and even 55,000 fans to the stadium and this is not in a play-off or in a World Series competition, but against mediocre teams. More...

Fees At Fort Tilden Found Everywhere

Dear Editor: Is it true that the National Park Service (NPS) wants to have the sunset picnic concert moved to Riis Park so that if enough people from Rockaway complain they will allow the concert at Fort Tilden, but will then be charged to park at More...

No Funds Found For Little Leaguers

Dear Editor: Just a few weeks ago The Wave took some photos at a Baseball Clinic that was held at Sorrentinos. More...

Watch out for Lisa Eckert!

Dear Editor, Boo! It seems that the annual music concerts at Fort Tilden, which we and so many other Rockawayites, have enjoyed for so many years, has been sabotaged by our own National Park Service. More...

Wake Up Rockaway

Dear Editor, The recent warm, muggy weather here on the peninsula has most of us craving something refreshing. I found my refreshment for the week in an excellent letter published in The Wave. More...

Change Isn't Always Good

Dear Editor, We have given up on Rockaway and on New York City. We have moved to Syracuse. We were both senior teachers with the Department of Education. The changes in the system made all of us (the kids too) miserable. More...

New Non-Profit School Needs Your Help

Dear Editor, I would like the entire Far Rockaway to participate in a contest that could give my start-up organization a $1,000 grant. I sent a press release when I was a semi-finalist to the Wave. I am now a finalist out of about 720 people. More...

Keep the Promises

Dear Editor, Recently Mayor Bloomberg announced plans to sharply reduce city spending in Fiscal Year 2009. This is due to the recession this country is currently experiencing, and by extension a drop in city revenues by $2 billion. More...


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