May 8, 2009 RSS feed / Letters

Unnecessary Repaving

Dear Editor, I live on Beach 128 Street between Rockaway Beach Boulevard and the beach. Our street was repaved not more than two years ago. I realize that many streets in the neighborhood need repaving, but our block is NOT one of them. More...

Should Have Let Us Know

" administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Dear Ms. More...

ARF-ARF Thanks

Dear Editor, I would like to take the opportunity to thank all the ARF-ARF members (Zina Skachinsky, Susan Jasper, Keren and Michael Feuer, Frannie McFadden) and other park goers (Johnathan, Justin and Madaline) who came out to Freeway Dog Park on More...

The Best Is Yet To Come

Dear Editor, As a Belle Shores Condominium resident, I am writing in regard to the March 19th Wave article mentioning that FrameWorks Group has been approved to offer FHA mortgages. More...

Can't Decide On Definition Of Torture

Dear Editor, How inane is this? We live in a country of three hundred million people, many with advanced college degrees, and we cannot decide what constitutes torture. More...

Let The Politicians Know

Dear Editor, We are facing a very dangerous situation concerning the lack of protection along the new bike path on Cross Bay Boulevard. We have to urge our neighbors to get involved and call their representatives. More...

Letters Boycott Overstock.com

Dear Editor, I am organizing a boycott of Overstock. com to protest the vicious, delusional anti-Semitic hate speech of Dr. Patrick Byrne, the CEO and controlling shareholder of Overstock.com. More...

Neither Good Policy Nor Good Politics

Dear Editor, Much too my chagrin I received in the mail a negative campaign style attack piece from the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee run by Queens Senator Malcolm Smith attacking our local Senator Frank Padavan with full blown infantile cl More...


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