“I call on all mandated reporters and all people with a conscience!” writes a reader. “Make the call now! Do something … we must stop this cruelty, reunite the children with their families and act like the caring, humane, intelligent people we know we are!”
Topics include: Keep the bluestone sidewalks; sharing nuclear tech with Saudi Arabia; new trees on Main St. didn’t cost village; thanks to a good doc; See movie on government’s mistreatment of Minnesota’s Somali community; Allen wants to debate; Saugerties public access channel needs help; message to Trump: leave.
It’s unfortunate to me that this group of people, many of whom I’m sure have the best interests at heart, have resorted to such outdated scare tactics and disproven language about marijuana legalization.
Topics include: Implement the plastic bag ban; support for legislative hopeful John Schoonmaker; dump is damaging environment; breaking the opioid cycle.
Decriminalization is one thing, but full legalization of recreational marijuana could have unknown consequences that would negatively affect the health and well-being of New Yorkers.
“In joining New York Dreamers like myself, community leaders, and constituents for dinner to celebrate this monumental step forward, Rep. Delgado reaffirmed his commitment to the immigrant community in his district,” writes a reader.
Two readers have different views of a proposal to regulate public art.
Tom Auringer writes to clarify what he says were inaccuracies in our article and in some of the comments at a recent meeting concerning a proposed manufacturing facility on Rt. 28 in the town of Kingston. In a separate letter, Maxanne Resnick, executive director of the Woodstock Land Conservancy, writes that the proposal should receive the highest level of scrutiny.
A selection of letters from this week’s issue, including many on Tuesday’s primaries.
“Isn’t it fair and reasonable that the City of Kingston, with its burgeoning arts scene, now wants to create a policy for the future that is clear and fair to all who want to create public art in Kingston?” asks a reader.