September 12, 2008 RSS feed / Letters

Bloomberg Should Be Clear

Dear Editor, I believe the time has come for Mayor Michael Bloomberg to clearly, truthfully and directly let the people of New York City know whether he supports term limit extensions. More...

A Few Details About China

Dear Editor, I was mesmerized at the militaristic precision with which the Opening Ceremonies for the Olympic Games were conducted. More...

Bike Lane To Nowhere

Dear Editor, It is unfortunate that once again the NYC DOT had decided that it knows what is best for Rockaway. More...

Prepare For The Change

Dear Editor, After hearing so much news (good and bad), about the diner I decided to pay them a visit. Saturday my family and I had lunch there, and to be honest the service was very good. More...

Residents Can Benefit From Bike Lane

Dear Editor, I was amazed to read, in your recent article, about opposition to the planned bicycle lane between Beach 108 Street and Beach 149 Street on the Rockaway Beach Boulevard. Marked bicycle lanes substantially improve cyclist safety. More...

We Need New Garbage Cans!

This letter was directed to Commissioner Benepe of the Department of Parks and Recreation. Dear Editor, As a resident of Rockaway Park I have given considerable thought to the ongoing problem of beach garbage. More...

In Regards To Kim Mannino

Dear Editor, I've grown weary of Kim Mannino and her agitation on the summer parking debacle. As a supporter of the seasonal restrictions, I have been recently and personally attacked in these pages as an elitist by her. More...

Give Them A Break

Dear Editor, It seems so sad that some people in the Rockaways can not accept the improvement that is being done in the area of Beach 116 Street. I guess they are used to the old clothing stores, old restaurants and the same old stuff. More...

Setting The Record Straight

Dear Editor, After reading the last letter to The Wave regarding the diner by Colleen Docherty, I have to set the record straight. My daughter Meghan worked at the diner since its opening. More...


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