July 24, 2009 RSS feed / Letters

Honest Man Finds Lost Wallet

Dear Editor, Last Sunday my nephew John Kerrigan, while biking on the boardwalk, had the misfortune of losing his wallet. Within the hour he received a call from Jack Ryan, who found it and returned it totally intact and declined any reward. More...

Traffic Lights On Newport Avenue

Dear Editor, I am writing to request that stop signs be placed along the west end of Newport Avenue between Beach 116 Street and Beach 147 Street. More...

Airplane Noise Over Rockaway

Dear Editor, The front page article "Quieter Skies On Tap For Howard Beach" should have been titled "Noisier Skies On Tap for Rockaway." Departing flights of both runway 31 left and runway 31 right pass a relatively low populated area north of the More...

Why The Mob Must Go Legit

Dear Editor, As a religious person, I believe that every man, women and child is my brother and sister, no matter what. And the time has come for global mafia to just go legit and find new ways to get rich. Why? More...

MTA Accountability

Dear Editor, I am publicizing an experience I had on Sunday, July 17. It should have been a pleasant morning on the porch with my children and wife, but unfortunately, it became a typical summer interaction with a driver of the Q35 bus route. More...

Illegal Immigrants In The U.S.

Dear Editor, While President Obama was discussing health care, he said that Medicaid and Medicare will not have enough funding to continue on for much longer, and that the government will help businesses that don't have health care for their emplo More...

Parking Lot Violations

Dear Editor, Dayton Beach Park #1 Co-Op WAKE UP! Enough is really enough! It's time for all shareholders to see and hear the truth about what is going on in Dayton. More...

Using The West End Bike Lane

Dear Editor, I was walking my dog on the bike lane at 138 Street when a bike rider yelled at me to curb my dog. On 138 Street the bike lane is almost wider than the car lane. More...

Remembering Michael Jackson

Dear Editor, "Don't stop 'Til You Get Enough," "Dirty Diana," "Scream," and "Smooth Criminal" are just a few of Michael Jackson's hit songs. More...

Remembering The General Slocum

Dear Editor, Oldtimers, The Wave and its readers, and local historians should recall or remember the saga of the old time steamer excursion boat—General Slocum. More...


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