April 20, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Don’t Blame Government For PHC

Dear Editor, Please Mr. Ribet! Your letter to the editor last week would put the blame for the closing of PHC on “our government ... cutting Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements (while) your payroll and expenses keep rising.” More...

Calling All Hospitals

Dear Editor,Now that Peninsula Hospital is dead (I can’t believe they blotted out the name on the canopy. Is this part of the institution’s last rites?), our politicians must start thinking out of the box. More...

Thanks

Dear Editor, I wish to publicly thank the many individuals and businesses who have helped me over the past six months, as I have completed the arduous process of gathering and assembling materials for my upcoming book, “Images of America: Rockaway More...

Boycotting Business

Dear Editor,Does the New York City Charter assign any responsibilities to the Public Advocate in organizing boycotts of business? Public Advocate Bill de Blasio’s recent release of a web site “Iran Watch List” More...

Father Ahlemeyer Changed Me

Dear Editor, I am a proud member of St. Camillus, St. Virgilius’ parish family. I moved to Rockaway Park in 2003, and I was always inspired by the words of wisdom coming from the Rev. Dunne and the Rev. Bob. More...

Something Against Nothing

Dear Editor, Daniel Solomon writes how the Republicans want to kill the old, starve the kids, rape the earth and reap the profits. And, it is all done by the mean old republicans. Why is it always the Republicans that come up with the budgets? More...

Not Practicable

Dear Editor, I would like to respond to a suggestion sent in by Bernie Feuer a few weeks ago. He suggested that hookers pay taxes. For that to happen prostitution would have to first be legal in New York State. More...

Highway Speed Trap

Dear Editor, I would like The Wave to focus on the Speed Trap on Flatbush Ave and Ave U (near the Belt Parkway entrance) going towards the Marine Parkway Bridge. More...


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