August 31, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Speak Up Rockaway!

Dear Editor, Being a local professional and longtime Rockaway resident, I have seen many changes within this community and have some serious concerns for the future of our community. I would like to voice my opinion on quite a disturbing issue. More...

A Request For All Your Traffic Officers

The following letter was sent to Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan of the Department of Transportation. Dear Madam Commissioner, Based on the events described below, I request that you instruct and require the following of all your traffic officers: More...

Open Letter To Assemblyman Goldfeder

Dear Editor, This letter is being written at the request of the Rockaway Civic Association Board of Directors.While this proposed traffic light in your district might be a good idea when students and teachers are commuting to and from school, More...

Here’s Some Clarification

Dear Editor, I want to set the record straight. It was I, Fran Weiner, who called Adrian Felton and Mrs. Pringle of Senator Huntley’s office about the plight of Rockaway Head Start’s possible closing. More...

Clean Your House

Dear Editor, The real question everyone misses concerning a municipal scandal which involves $1 billion in federal aid currently unspent by the New York City Housing Authority is how NYC has managed the $20 billion plus post 9/11 aid as well as the More...

Capital One Bank Update

Dear Editor, If you have been following the weekly articles in this publication, then you are aware of my efforts to get fair treatment of this mostly immigrant community. More...

Fake Money

Dear Editor, Attention community! I received a fake $10 bill from KFC on Beach Channel Drive on Sunday, August 19, 2012. More...

Thank You For Helping My Nephew

This letter was written to Assembly District Leader Lew M. Simon. Dear Lew Simon, I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for helping my nephew Edward Dougherty. More...

Get Involved In Politics

Dear Editor, It is painful to see elected political leaders use their offices for personal gain rather than for the public good. More...


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