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Monday, April 21, 2014
Letters
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School’s decision is not village’s The following letter was addressed to local veterans and shared with the Herald. Dear Lynbrook veterans: The board and I recognize the … more
A price tag on our veterans?To the Editor: While I was aware of the veteran’s exemption on school taxes and the Lynbrook Board of Education’s decision denying this exemption, I was … more
In mid-February, my husband, Vincent Grasso, came home for his mid-tour rest and relaxation break. He has been away from our family since August of last year and in Afghanistan since November. To have him home was an absolute blessing. more
I am writing to articulate the following correction to the article “Training the senses for learning” (March 13-19). more
Wants Rev. Bill reappointed to OLP The following letter was written to Bishop William Murphy of the Rockville Centre Diocese and shared with the Herald: In my 26 years as a public official, … more
Will they discuss the issues? To the Editor: Now that the relatively unknown Kevan Abrahams has entered the race on his “progressive agenda” (according to Newsday) for the Democratic … more
Increase makes no senseTo the Editor: Columnist Scott Brinton’s premise that school expenses will and should inevitably increase 3 percent every year without question makes no sense … more
Traffic issues need addressing To the Editor: Rabbi Dr. Edward Goldstein’s letter to the editor “Waiting for H-W to fix dismissal issues” (Feb. 20-26) could not have said it better on what many also experience with “traffic difficulties” on Williams Street, between Daub and Franklin avenues near the Yeshiva of South Shore. more
To refuse is to protest To the Editor: April 1 marks the beginning of the state testing season for grades three through eight. Refuse the state tests and tell all politicians and policy makers … more
Some really great people To the Editor: It’s been a snow-filled, cold and overall crappy winter — but living in Lynbrook, I’ve learned that I’ve been blessed to have great neighbors … more
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