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Letters, Week of Sept. 12, 2013

Déjà vu all over again? To The Editor: On Feb. 5, 2003, Colin Powell remarked to the United Nations Security Council: “The material I will present to you comes from a variety of sources. Some are U.S. sources and some are those of other countries. Others are technical, such as intercepted telephone conversations and photos read more here »

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Letters, Week of Sept. 5, 2013

Johnson backers were very vocal To The Editor: Re “Corey Johnson for City Council in District 3 primary” (editorial, Aug. 29): I strongly disagree with your endorsement of Corey Johnson. To say that his supporters and campaign team have not been negative toward Yetta Kurland is preposterous. A perfect example is the recent NYC Community read more here »

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Your Letters, Week of Aug. 29, 2013

Cut to the chase on Council race To The Editor: Re “Yetta Kurland: Bold in vision and yet spare on the details” (news article, Aug. 22): As I did for the Corey Johnson article, I tried to sift through this one for facts. This article provides very little: “[This is] Kurland’s second attempt to win read more here »

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Letters, Week of Aug. 22, 2013

Some odd criticisms of Corey… To The Editor: Re “Corey Johnson crafts a Council bid; C.B. 4 leader vies to succeed Quinn” (news article, Aug. 15): I am a Corey Johnson supporter because, as a member of the Westbeth Artists Residents Council, I feel he has Westbeth’s best interest in mind in terms of maintaining read more here »

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Letters, Week of Aug. 15, 2013

REBNY’s disconnect with reality To The Editor: Re “Don’t buy REBNY hype: Landmarking helps affordability” (Andrew Berman, talking point, Aug. 8): One of the statements in REBNY’s recent report was that the Landmarks Preservation Commission bars modifications in historic districts. A remarkable comment. The fellow who wrote that should get out more. If he did, read more here »

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Letters, Week of August 9, 2013

Chin sidesteps the issue To The Editor: Re “Chin is a champion of the working and middle class” (talking point, by Aixa Torres, Nancy Ortiz, Jessica Thomas and Henry Chan, Aug. 1): It is no surprise that Councilmember Chin lacks the courage and the integrity to address directly my talking point in the previous week’s read more here »

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Letters, Week of August 1, 2013

I’m an Anthony Mayer Weiner… Not!   To The Editor: Re “Sext and the City” (Scoopy’s Notebook, July 25): Oh I’m glad that I’m not Anthony D. Weiner That is quite a raunchy thing to be Exposing parts could rate a misdemeanor But sexting might just bring mayoralty Sal Hirsch V Lit is a hit! To read more here »

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Letters, Week of July 25, 2013

Leading women support Kurland To The Editor: We are a group of women who have worked hard and gotten involved in the political process. We do this for ourselves and our families, to create a world where all of our daughters can have opportunities equal to those given to our sons. In the City Council read more here »

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Letters, Week of July 18, 2013

Enjoy your ‘blood condos’! To The Editor: Re “Fewer but wealthier tenants for former St. Vincent’s site” (news article, July 11): I still wonder how long buyers will be haunted by the ghosts of a hospital in these blood condos. One more example of the arrogance of the Rudin family and their Rudin real estate read more here »

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Letters, Week of July 11, 2013

There’s no need for NID now To The Editor: Re “Durst says NID took a hit, but Friends are still fighting on” (news article, July 4): Madelyn Wils and the Hudson River Park Trust should be very happy. In the dead of night, our legislators in Albany gave them pretty much everything on their wish read more here »

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