Letter to the Editor: The Case for Affordable Housing in Peekskill

Dear Editor, Westchester County doesn’t offer the same housing opportunities as it did thirty years ago. Now, between substantial student loan debt and low-paying entry level positions, the majority of my generation... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Be Careful What You Wish For

Before I was elected to the Board of Legislators and Town Supervisor I was a political activist. I organized many protests and rallies and once the Greenburgh police even threatened to arrest... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Vote for a Clean Environment

We all need clean air and clean water. President Trump is now proclaiming that he is an environmentalist. He is not. Neither is Rob Astorino who is running for NYS Senate. Rob... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Added Benefit for Volunteer First Responders

Last week the Greenburgh Town Board heard from our Volunteer Ambulance Corp’s. Some are having  problems recruiting and keeping their volunteers. A suggestion that could be of help to the volunteers. Currently, Volunteer Ambulance... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: In Support of Pete Harckham

To the editor: I am writing today because Pete Harckham deserves your vote for re-election to the New York State Senate.  Senator Pete has worked tirelessly on behalf of the Town of... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: In Support of Joe Biden

To the Editor and the readers of the River Journal: Actions speak louder than words. Especially when it comes to your healthcare. When you decide who to vote for as President, think... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Support of Peter Harckham

To the editor: I am writing today to encourage my fellow voters to re-elect New York State Senator Pete Harckham to serve our district. He has shown himself to be an effective... Read more »

Have Your Say – A Shout-Out to the Lifesaving Work of Lifeguards  

I just read the September 2020 edition of River Journal, and I am quite disappointed in the characterization that was implied relating to lifeguarding in the article on page 2 [Journal Entries].  I  think it is great that a Cortlandt... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Tracking Absentee Ballots

Thousands of Westchester voters will be casting their ballots for President of the United States, for Congress and State Legislative positions by absentee ballots (mail ballots). With the postal service being very ... Read more »

Op-ed: Energy Crossroads

With an aggressive decarbonization timeline in place and a nuclear shutdown underway, New York State stands at an energy crossroads. Constructing and relying more heavily on new gas-fired power plants, as New... Read more »