Letters, Oct. 19: Neighbors respond to Jenks ramp issue

Letters | October 18th, 2017 | Leave a comment

More commentary on the Jenks ramp I am writing to you regarding the article “Jenks administration, Ardleigh neighbors continue to clash over ramp”  by Brendan Sample (Local, Oct. 11). I reside on Ardleigh street, right next to Jenks’ back step entrance, with my husband and four small children. I don’t know why, when Mr. Sample […]

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Letters, Oct. 5: Climate change con men

Letters | October 4th, 2017 | 24 Comments

Singer and Avery were con men A recent letter from a reader, arguing that climate change is a hoax, cited for its back-up two “respected climate scientists” Fred Singer and Dennis Avery. Fred Singer? The same Fred Singer, now 93, who worked for many years with the Tobacco Institute to falsely claim that tobacco smoke […]

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Letters, Sept. 28. Two more views on climate change debate

Letters | September 28th, 2017 | Leave a comment

  Congratulations on your recent article on climate change Almost all “scientists” believe that human activities increase the rapidity of the warming trend we are experiencing. But a few scientists dispute the beliefs of their colleagues.  What should we do? Let’s accept that the world is warming. That seems undeniable. The consequences are melting ice, […]

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Letters Sept 21: Generosity extended, DACA is on Congress

Letters | September 20th, 2017 | Leave a comment

Donations extend generosity in memory of Eleanore Kurtz                       Eleanore S. Kurtz, 95, a retired typing teacher, secretary, and community volunteer died July 22 at her home in Chestnut Hill. Mrs. Kurtz had worked for 31 years at Springside School.  She had also had been a volunteer at The Clothes Closet (a resale shop at […]

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Letters Sept. 7: Monument removal and climate change fraud

Letters | September 7th, 2017 | 2 Comments

The slippery slope of monument removal Samuel Altman writes [letters, Aug. 31] that he agrees that the Rizzo statue should be taken down. Many others across the country have recently expressed similar opinions about a multitude of American historical figures, most notably those who were part of the immutable history of the Civil War. At […]

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Letters Aug. 3: Iron Hill employee an inspriation

Letters | August 3rd, 2017 | Leave a comment

Ex-‘troublemaker’ is an inspiration I am co-director with Paula Mandel of “The Stained Glass Project: Windows That Open Doors.” Your article, “Hill ex-‘troublemaker’ has his act together at Iron Hill” (July 27 issue), is truly inspiring. I will be sure to look for Mr. DeWalt next time I dine at Iron Hill, right across the […]

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