October 11, 2013 RSS feed / Letters

Trees, Please

Dear Editor: I would like to respond to your article in last week's Wave titled "Do you smell what the rock is cooking?" I've lived in 107-10 Shore Front Parkway for almost two and a half years and can testify to the fact that the water treatment More...

Sand In Their Brains

Dear Editor:Today is Monday, October 7th, 2013.My guess is that the Parks Department is riding up and down our beaches in their four wheel drive vehicles wondering what happened to the eight foot mounds of sand piled in front of the four foot high More...

Build It Back For Everyone

Dear Editor: Most of us have received the e-mail from Build It Back. When did it become the Build It Back for underprivileged and people who don't make much money? More...

Sex Offenders Call Beach 115th Street Home

Dear Editor: Apparently the owner of 187 Beach 115th Street does NOT check the sex offender registry. If you check the official registry for sex offenders in NY and search by zip code, one of his residents is in fact on it! More...

Sweet Smelling Idea

Dear Editor: This was sent to the New York Rising Community Reconstruction Program Committee - In your great work to assist Rockaway in our recovery efforts, I hope you consider a full renovation of the Jamaica Bay Water Treatment Plant More...

Lifeguard Schedule Needs A Fix

Dear Editor: I would like to address an issue that is of concern to all residents of Rockaway, one that has somehow fallen silent in all the tumult of post-Sandy recovery: ocean access on our beaches. More...

We Need More Sand

Dear Editor:I must of fallen asleep for a few weeks because I forget what the plan was for the beach. Those trap bags leaning on the baffle walls, I thought, were supposed to be the base of the dunes, either primary or secondary. More...

Landlord Liar

Dear Editor: I just read the article about Beach 115th Street. The problem is Matt, the landlord. He claims he does not rent to sex offenders? More...

Salute From A DFD

Dear Editor, Just a quick observation from a DFDer; the most wonderful thing that I admire about that special place called "ROCKAWAY" (and Broad Channel, too) is the resiliency of its citizens. More...

Eric Helped All

Dear Editor: As the Chair of the Lindenwood Alliance, a community based organization, in the Lindenwood community, which serves a demographic that consists of multi-family dwellings comprised of two/three family homes, More...


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