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Letters, Week of Oct. 4, 2012

Down with the D.O.T. dictatorship To The Editor: Re “D.O.T. backs off Essex St. bus stop, at least for now” (news article, Sept. 27): Just let the city Department of Transportation try to revisit the Seward Park bus stop issue. The community will be even more up in arms than before! What in the world read more here »

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Letters, Week of Sept. 27, 2012

Tiles belong to all America To The Editor: Re “Activists take down 9/11 tiles to block Albany move” (news article, Sept. 20): Well-intentioned, but terribly self-important. If Berke or anyone else considers themselves the “rightful owner” of this living and ongoing work, they are sadly, possibly even criminally, mistaken. The tiles are clearly of the read more here »

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Letters, Week of Sept. 20, 2012

On front line versus pipeline To The Editor: Re “Frack opponents fight back by filing suit, blocking dig” (news article, Sept. 13): Kudos to The Villager for covering this important issue. I’m a longtime Village resident, and the idea of running a dangerous pipeline into our beautiful, historic neighborhood is, to say the least, curious. read more here »

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Letters, Week of Sept. 13, 2012

Housing is in the mix To The Editor: Re “It’s mutiny on the waterfront as Durst pitches Pier 40 plan” (news article, Sept. 6): The Durst Organization and the Hudson River Park Trust are both working to ensure that Pier 40 will remain open and generate necessary revenue not only for the pier itself, but read more here »

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Letters, Week of Sept. 6, 2012

Gottfried on ‘Settlement-gate’ To The Editor: Re “Silver under scrutiny in sex harass cover-up for top pol” (news article, Sept. 30): It seems some people still think sexual harassment is acceptable and harmless. It’s not. It is cruel, unfair and an abuse of power that should never be tolerated — not in the workplace, not read more here »

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Letters, Week of August 30, 2012

Right in so many ways To The Editor: Re “Restaurateur reportedly giving space for 9/11 tiles” (news article, Aug. 23): As a 9/11 family member who lives here in the Village, I applaud the initiative, creativity and perseverance of everybody, individuals and businesses alike, involved in keeping these tiles in public view. I clearly remember read more here »

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Letters, Week of August 23, 2012

The truth hurts, and how To The Editor: Re “Top 10 outrageous things about N.Y.U. plan approval” (talking point, by Andrew Berman, Aug. 16): Truisms: New York City is owned lock, stock and barrel by real estate interests. Our elected officials are not leaders; they follow the money the real estate interests use to fuel read more here »

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Letters, Week of August 16, 2012

Restored our faith To The Editor: I am the owner of a small struggling independent bookstore on Carmine St. in Greenwich Village. We have been on Carmine for 20 years, and now with the devastating economy we are having a hard time, like many other independent bookstores. I wanted to share with your readers a very read more here »

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Letters, Week of August 9, 2012

Ch-ch-changes To The Editor: Re “The Villager is sold to I.T. executive Jennifer Goodstein” (news article, Aug. 2): Thanks to Mr. Sutter for his years of successfully publishing these vital community papers. Best wishes to Ms. Goodstein as she steers NYC Community Media for the next generation. Kimberly Donahue Thanks for a stellar job To read more here »

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Letters, Week of August 2, 2012

We won’t be fooled again To The Editor: Re “Council O.K.’s N.Y.U. plan; Antis booted out before vote” (news article, July 26): Thanks, Mr. Charles Barron. Thanks to the tireless, honest, factual communications and shared information from all of the opposition forces. Don’t feel sad — feel empowered. Anyone trying to run for office who read more here »

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