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Letter: House Party Awareness

Friday, 27 August 2010 00:00

I would like to inform your readers of some information passed along to me from Lawrence W. Mulvey, commissioner of the Nassau County Police Department.

 

Letter: Hannon Opposes Mosque Near Ground Zero

Friday, 27 August 2010 00:00

(Editor’s note: Our Election Time Policies state that although generally we do not publish letters from candidates, there may be instances when we would. Because of the uniqueness of the subject, we will accept one letter from candidates on the subject of the proposed mosque near Ground Zero. The letter should only address the candidate’s view and not that of the opposing candidate.)

 

Letter: Response to Letter About LI Wins Column

Friday, 13 August 2010 00:00

In his letter to the editor in the 8/6 edition Kevin D. Hassett strongly implies that there is something wrong about the Hagedorn Foundation’s support for “special interests” and to Long Island Wins.  Is it wrong for a foundation to give support to a liberal organization while at the same time it is all right for conservative foundations contribute to conservative think tanks and publicity outlets? The ability of groups to support political discussion is a well-established law and is not wrong for liberal groups but right for conservative groups to support special interests.

 

Letter: Resents “Shock and Awe” Headline

Friday, 13 August 2010 00:00

As the former fire chief and 28 year life member of the South Farmingdale Fire Department, I would like to voice my strong resentment to your newspaper staff for the “shock and awe” headline on Aug. 6, 2010 about a South Farmingdale fireman arrested.

 

Editorial: Thank You for Warm Welcome

Written by Christy Hinko Friday, 06 August 2010 00:00

As I take the helm from the previous editor, Rachel Shapiro, I want to thank everyone for the warm welcome. The community members have no shortage of pride and enthusiasm for the village and surrounding neighborhoods, which makes me excited to share the commitment in being a collective voice for Farmingdale. The abundant support is much appreciated; I encourage each person to help me continue to tell the stories that shape this village.

—Christy Hinko

 

Letter: Fake Immigration Solutions? LI Wins Leads the Pack!

Friday, 06 August 2010 00:00
If I had the opportunity, as apparently Ms. Slutsky has to write occasional feature columns in the Farmingdale Observer, I’d be detailing the facts as they are, not as Ms. Slutsky and Long Island Wins wants you to believe.
 

Letter: Skating and Farmingdale

Friday, 30 July 2010 00:00

(This letter is in response to a letter titled “The Spring of Life,” printed in the Friday, July 23, 2010 issue of the Farmingdale Observer.)

I, for one, would prefer if skateboarders were banned from using the sidewalks in town because there are many senior citizens (and no, I’m not a senior) that shop in town. Could you just picture a senior coming out of a store only to be crashed into by a kid on a skateboard? Where’s the logic here of defending the village sidewalks for skateboarders? Not only that, but like Billy DePace said in the last letter to the editor regarding merchants having their wares on the sidewalk, that leaves little room as it is to just walk on the sidewalk. Bring in the skaters and there’s even less room for people to walk.

 

Letter: Senator Agrees With CCAF: State Has Spending Problem

Friday, 30 July 2010 00:00

(This letter is in response to a letter printed in the July 9, 2010 edition of the Farmingdale Observer entitled “Property Taxes Are Too High in Farmingdale.”)

The Concerned Citizens Association is right. Their July letter centers on the NYS budget process and asks for “real tax relief this year in the very near future to Farmingdale, as well as Long Island residents.” I could not agree more.

 

County Executive’s Column - July 23, 2010

Written by Edward P. Mangano Friday, 23 July 2010 00:00

MTA Shouldn’t Blame County for Able Ride Cuts


The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has made a poor decision in cutting services provided by the Able-Ride Program while blaming such cuts on Nassau County.

 

Letter: The Spring of Life

Friday, 23 July 2010 00:00

It’s not easy for a young person in today’s world. If a teen is on a skateboard they are not doing drugs. They are happy. They are keeping in shape. If a young person is on a skateboard they are being young and alive.

 

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