August 22, 2007 RSS feed / Editorials

Editorial

Prevention Beats Cleaning Up Afterward

Three years ago, two hurricanes brushed New York City. The subways flooded, the system shut down and people were left stranded with no way of knowing when or how they would get to work or back home. More...

Sign Language

To The Editor:

My family often travels to the Poconos, Pennsylvania area, where I pass several mystifying signs once we cross the Delaware Water Gap on Interstate Route 80. The signs say,"Bridge may be slippery". First of all, there are no bridges. More...

Keep Public Informed

To The Editor:

City Hall seems to have decided to deal with the pesky problem of franchises and concessions, which exist mostly in parks and other public spaces, by eliminating the public from the public review process. More...

Op-ed

Horned By The LIRR

A week or so ago, as I was finishing up a work project on my computer, I was literally startled out of my chair by something that sounded like a tuba crossed with a screeching cat next to my ear. More...

Hail And Farewell

A copy of the following letter was received by the Gazette.

Reverend Austin H. Armitstead 33-06 92nd Street Jackson Heights, NY 11372 Dear Reverend Armitstead: I understand that, this summer, you and your lovely wife Bianca are re-locating to Virginia, to be closer to your children. More...

Rehab Our Infrastructure

To The Editor:

Last week, we woke up to chaos after a severe thunderstorm and tornado. Streets, homes and subway lines were flooded. More...

Smoking Ban Is Pointless

To The Editor:

City Councilman James Gennaro (DQueens) has proposed a law to the City Council which will ban smoking in a car with children. More...

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