December 18, 2009 RSS feed / Letters

BCHS Principal Doing Great Job

The following letter was written by a BCHS student to the school's principal, Dr. David Morris. Dear Dr. Morris, I just wanted to write to let you know that I think you are doing a great job. More...

Police Are Not to Blame

Dear Editor, Contrary to the claims by Dashawn Vasconcellos' "friends and "supporters," he was not "assassinated" or "murdered," and police are not "assassinating our black young men" (in - cluding Sean Bell). More...

Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

Dear Editor, On Beach 116 Street, "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!" Shoppers and commuters coming off the train at 116 Street on Friday eve - ning at about 5:30 p.m. More...

Remember The Veterans

Dear Editor, As this Veteran's Day comes and goes we are reminded of the bravery of those who sacrificed to enable the non-military among us to live a de - cent lifestyle or just to live. More...

2010 West End Parking Regulations

Dear Editor, Well, I read your editorial in the Opin ion column a couple weeks ago and then, a letter sent in last week by a Belle Harbor homeowner, both in favor of changing the present parking regulations imposed on west end residents from 5/15 More...

The Need For Cameras

Dear Editor, How many more people must get shot or killed before we can get NYPD Argus cameras here in the Rock - aways. Gang activity and gun violence has been taking over many areas of our community and it has to stop. More...

Don't Lose Your Precious Schools

Dear Editor, In the December 1, 2009, New York Post, Jacob Gershman wrote an article titled, "Crackpot Schools." In it he discusses the incredulous use of ACORN to create charter schools and the fact that there are "activist" teachers biasing our More...

Mismanagement Leaves Youth Swim Team Treading Water

Dear Editor, I would like to warn all the parents in Rockaway about the treatment our children received from the Brooklyn Sports Club recently. More...

More Than Just A Letter Carrier

Dear Editor, My name is Frederick P. Marino and I reside at 345 Beach 149 Street and I have the privilege of having a very nice female letter carrier deliver my mail to my house every day. More...

First Congregational Gives Thanks

Dear Editor, During this Advent season of hope, joy and expectation, The First Con - gre gational Church of Rockaway Beach wishes to express gratitude for support received from so many in the community throughout the past year. More...

Church Should Not Be Political

Dear Editor, The Rockaway Beat column a few weeks ago was right on target. Our religious institutions have large, very expensive land and buildings that are not on the tax rolls because of the religious connection. More...


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