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Your Letters: From our March 1, 2018 Print Edition

City, State Should Consider Alternatives to Congestion Pricing To The Editor: Re: “Why Downtown Should Back Congestion Pricing” (Talking Point, Feb. 22): Charles Komanoff refers to the need to thin out traffic on Manhattan roadways below 60th St. What he fails to emphasize is that this is really not a transportation issue, but a revenue […]

Your Letters: Issue of Feb. 15, 2018

Open House Off Track To The Editor: I wanted to comment about the open house the MTA and DOT offered last Wednesday night [a Jan. 31 event for transit riders and residents, sponsored by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the city’s Department of Transportation, held inside the Y’s gym at 344 E. 14th St.]. It […]

Your Letters: Issue of Jan. 4, 2018

Your Letters: Issue of Jan. 4, 2018

Chelsea’s Unprotected Houses Need LPC’s Attention To The Editor: Re “Making a ‘Federal’ Case for Expanding the Chelsea Historic District” (news article, Dec. 6, 2017): How sad that these three irreplaceable Federal Style row houses are now lost. Although 345 and 347 had been substantially altered, they retained the original façade brickwork that might have […]

Letters to The Editor: As of Sept. 7, 2017

Letters to The Editor: As of Sept. 7, 2017

Picnic area should remain part of park To The Editor: The Board of Chelsea Waterside Park Association is strongly opposed to the removal of the public picnic area in Chelsea Waterside Park, located at W. 23rd St. and 11th Ave. next to the Children’s Water Park. We support and encourage the use of the picnic […]

Your Letters: Week of April 20, 2017

Soon It Will Be Too Late… To The Editor Re: “Do Something Meaningful For Supermarkets” (Talking Point by Kirsten Theodos, April 13): When Ruth Messinger was the Upper West Side councilperson, she helped create the small Business Task Force. It was led by a wonderful cleaning-store owner; it’s so long ago I don’t remember his […]

Your Letters: Week of March 23, 2017

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month To The Editor: Since 1997, I’ve tackled the ongoing daily ups-and-downs of my own wholly life-altering traumatic brain injury, caused by Con Edison’s now so-called stray voltage. Much of the media’s limited focus when they cover the more “sensational” incidents emphasize “remarkable recoveries,” “exceptional care” and “vast support.” The […]

Your Letters: Week of March 9, 2017

The Struggle to Save Chelsea Continues To The Editor: Re: “Save Chelsea Chosen as One of ‘Six to Celebrate’ ” (news, Feb. 23): Save Chelsea had its beginning with Jane Woods’ Chelsea Coalition on Housing (see Jane Woods Way atop the street lamp at 19th St. & Eighth Ave.). She fought to save affordable housing, […]

Your Letters: Week of Dec. 22, 2016

Your Letters: Week of Dec. 22, 2016

We’re allowing horrors to happen Re: Lots of Land: Hotelier’s Purchase Includes W. 23rd St. Church (news, Nov. 22, 2016): To The Editor: So sad — first, the horrors of closing St. Vincent’s Hospital, thus no hospital on the West Side of Manhattan, from 59th St. to Battery Park City. Many, many communities were, and […]

Your Letters: Week of Oct. 27, 2016

Feedback from Facebook Re: “CB4 Hears TransAlt’s 14th St. Plan” (website news posting, Oct. 20, 2016): It is a horrible plan! The traffic which goes down 14th St. will shift to 15th and 16th Sts. There will be constant honking by impatient drivers, and since 16th St. does not go through Union Sq. there will […]

Your Letters: Week of Oct. 20, 2016

Stand Up for Our Neighborhood Stores To The Editor: Attention all elected officials! The time has come to get commercial rent regulations at the top of the agenda! The newest reason? The art supply store on W. 27th St. across from FIT. This  longtime tenant is about to close its doors. The reason? Its rent of $3,000 […]

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