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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
A permanent keepsake I read Mary Malloy’s “Pretty in ink” column, in the Dec. 18-24, issue, with unbelievable excitement since I, a mother of two beautiful daughters and seven … more
Here are the Herald's letters to the Editor for Jan. 18—24. 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
To the Editor: I am Donald S. Krieff, D.O., a member of the Merrick community since 2003. I am a practicing neurosurgeon on Long Island with Neurological Surgery P.C. I have never written a letter … more
Attend Community Chest’s annual meetingTo the Editor:Community Chest South Shore’s annual meeting will take place on Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. in the Boehm Meeting Room at the Hewlett-Woodmere … more
A proposition will be included in the next school board election that would extend the number of miles for which busing would be provided to North Bellmore students from 15 to 17.5. It would only apply to students not attending public schools. more
I am Father Richard J. Rock, campus minister for athletics at St. John’s University. I have known Dr. Nancy Kaplan for more than 30 years, and work closely with her in support of our students. I was delighted to learn that she was seeking to remain on the Board of Education, a position that she has held for the past 14 years. I could not think of a better way for Nancy to apply her professional and personal interests. more
The Gibson section of Valley Stream passed the recent 1-percent-chance-in-100-years test with Hurricane “Frankenstorm” Sandy and the nor’easter with no flooding and no property damage to my Gibson Boulevard home. more
I’m disappointed that our elementary school budget did not pass. Parents are angry, and our community members are fed up with the high taxes, but it’s important to note that our district did present a school budget that was at the state-mandated tax cap. more
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