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Tax repackaged as a ticket? To the Editor: The title of your article in last week’s Herald should have been “County implements street tax on middle class Long Islanders,” instead of … more
To the Editor: I wanted to thank you for bringing to light an issue within our village that everyone is aware of and frustrated by (“Millions of dollars later, Malverne still has brown water,” Oct. 2-8). Anyone who has washed their whites or filled a bathtub knows that we have had a brown-water issue in Malverne for many, many years. more
Kids’ safety should be themain priorityTo the Editor: It’s refreshing that Nassau County politicians are no longer even pretending that the school zone cameras are for the safety of our … more
Nassau County’s gone mad! To the Editor: In their zeal to extort as much money from taxpayers as they can, Nassau County has implemented roving speed trap vans, used much like their … more
Maybe writer should move To the Editor: It seems that Stephen Corbin, an East Rockaway resident, is continuing his attack on the East Rockaway School District (“School district in need of … more
Proud of East Rockaway schoolsTo the Editor:         Based on my nearly 40 years of involvement as a teacher, director, and adviser at East Rockaway High … more
Embarrassed by East Rockaway schools To the Editor: Schools reflect the community. If this statement is true, why do East Rockaway residents tolerate the yearly underachievement of many … more
Veterans to school officials: Stay away from our parade This letter was sent to the Lynbrook School District Board of Education and shared with the Herald. As the Lynbrook Memorial Day parade … more
To the Editor:I just read the article “Hundreds of Long Beach Homes Need to be Rebuilt” (March28-April 3) regarding people raising their homes. The article fails to address one key issue: … more
On behalf of the officers and Board of Directors of the Mill Brook Civic Association, I want to commend Sanitary District No. 1 and its leaders, Irv Kaminitsky and George Pappas, on a job well done after Sandy. more
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