June 3, 2011 RSS feed / Letters

Response to ‘Painkiller Pandemic’

Dear Editor, The article entitled “Painkiller Pandemic” came as no surprise to Rockaway residents who have attended funerals of young victims of this awful and widespread problem that has become a living nightmare for parents. More...

City Budget Cuts

Dear Editor, Due to recent city budget cuts; the city plans to disband Engine 328, also known as “The Big House,” of 1619 Central Avenue. The firehouse is manned by Engine 328, Engine 264, and Ladder 134. More...

He Was My Teacher

Dear Editor, On Page 24 of the May 13 issue of The Wave, there is a notice celebrating the 80th birthday of Raymond Agoglia. Mr. Agoglia was one of the finest teachers I have ever had. It was an absolute privilege to be in his class. More...

Absolved or Dismissed

Dear Editor: We are aware of the outcome in the Brother Tom Trager case. Although it was dismissed it remains uncertain if he was absolved. More...

Autism Speaks Annual Walk

Dear Editor, This is the 5th year my family and I are collecting contributions to help children diagnosed with Autism. More...

A Boardwalk Does Need Boards

Dear Editor, When I think of Rockaway I think of many of the burdens placed on my community. More...

A Strong Foundation

In a recent newspaper article Mayor Moneybags, the beloved leader of our city, was portrayed as supplying bucks through his and his children’s foundations to different city agencies. What have you done through your foundations lately? More...

Simon Saddened

Dear Editor, We are saddened by the fact that the president of the Dayton Beach Park Coop, Jennifer Grady, does not want to be honest about my role in trying to solve the water bill crisis and save Dayton residents large financial penalties. More...


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