Category Archives: Letters

Letter: Commissioners support Incledon for fire board

    To the Editor, We are writing to ask you to vote for Peter Incledon for fire commissioner in the Eastchester Board of Fire Commissioners election this Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013. Thanks to your efforts over last several years, dramatic changes have happened in the management of the fire district. We believe these changes […]

Letter: Summerfield: Too big, should fail

  To the Editor, How big is too big for Eastchester? Summerfield Gardens proposal. A senior housing rental development for the Town of Eastchester is being proposed for Dunwoodie and Montgomery streets. The North Eastchester Civic Association is asking questions that are relevant for the whole town about the future direction in which the town […]

Letter: The Community Fund makes a difference

To the Editor,  We hope that everyone will contribute to The Community Fund of Bronxville, Eastchester and Tuckahoe as it strives to support organizations that provide medical, educational and social services in its communities. Cancer Support Team is a grateful beneficiary of the fund’s many years of support for our free nursing, counseling and educational […]

Letter: Reader: Jackson, get your facts straight

To the Editor, It is with dismay that I respond to Mr. Clifford Jackson’s letter in your Nov. 8 edition, portraying Christopher Columbus as villain. Typical of all revisionists is the gross overreaching from one circumstance in history to another subsequent one and the application of  21st century thinking to 15th century behavior. In this regard, […]

Letter: Curran: Everett a gender-based bully

To the Editor, This is all very interesting. On Saturday Nov. 9, I was sick in bed for most of the day with a bad case of fever and chills, not answering any phone calls from anyone—actually oblivious that the phone was even ringing. When he was unable to leave a voicemail because my box […]

Letter: Everett has it all wrong

To the Editor, I am writing this letter to clarify several misleading and inaccurate statements you have made in your letter dated Nov. 11 to the mayor and the Rye City Council. It should be noted that Playland holds a special place in my memory bank, as I grew up in that park as a […]

Letter: Walsh strikes back

To the Editor, Odd, isn’t it, that Frank Allegretti took it upon himself to rant against me? He was not a candidate, nor is he a member of the town board. He is the town attorney, a Republican appointment certainly, but not appointed as spokesman for anyone. However, I want to thank him for quoting […]

Letter: Radon is a lung cancer danger

To the Editor: November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and while most are aware that smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer, not everyone recognizes that prolonged exposure to radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer. In fact, radon-related lung cancers are responsible for an estimated 21,000 deaths in the U.S. […]

Letter: Thank you, Rye voters

To the Editor, We, the Rye United team, would like to express our heartfelt thanks to the voters of Rye for your support in Tuesday’s election. We feel privileged to have the opportunity to serve our community on the City Council. We enjoyed meeting many of you during the campaign and hearing the issues most […]

Letter: If it’s an apology you seek, look in the mirror

To the Editor, Last week, the chairman of the Rye City Planning Commission, Nick Everett, wrote a letter to The Rye City Review accusing me of reporting “misleading and inaccurate” information about him and his relationship with Sustainable Playland on my blog, Mr. Everett went so far as to ask for an apology, yet […]