Twin Green New Deal Resolutions
ALYSSA PEREZ

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Letter to the Editor THE BRONX, NY — February 17, 2019 — Climate change is happening now! As a young mother, I can’t let this be my son’s generation’s future. I simply can’t let them beat the brunt of changes we could be acting quickly to make now.  I am an environmental science major and environmental studies minor at Queens …

eHeziTwin Green New Deal Resolutions
ALYSSA PEREZ

Remembering Parkland
By SARA SETTEMBRINI

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — February 14 will mark one year since the mass shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 students and educators were killed and 17 more were wounded. In the year since this unspeakable tragedy, Americans have come together to deliver a unified message to our elected leaders. Enough is enough. Students, parents, …

eHeziRemembering Parkland
By SARA SETTEMBRINI

The Virginia Irony
By GARY AJELLO, Esq.

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YORKTOWN, NY — February 7, 2019 — Several years ago I made a proposal to fill a vacant seat on the Yorktown Town Board by pulling names out of a hat. I was ridiculed in public for such a “ridiculous” idea.  I have often repeated that proposal. You can’t do any worse with my proposal than compared to some of …

eHeziThe Virginia Irony
By GARY AJELLO, Esq.

Undecided Between Robert Kesten and Peter Harckham for New York Senate District 40
By HOWARD ELLISON

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Letter to the Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large YORKTOWN, NY — September 8, 2018 — Deciding which candidate to vote for on September 13 can be difficult because both candidates have very similar positions on most issues. Therefore, your decision should be based more on the differences between the two men themselves and how they became candidates. Robert Kesten had been selected …

eHeziUndecided Between Robert Kesten and Peter Harckham for New York Senate District 40
By HOWARD ELLISON

Whistle Blower Writes an Open Letter to the Editor Beseeching Gov. Andrew Cuomo Regarding Troubling Financial Circumstances in the City of Yonkers

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FROM: Concerned Resident of Yonkers, New York TO: Letter to the Editor RE: Financial Control Board at the City of Yonkers   Honorable Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo, I hope this letter finds you in good spirit and health. I am a resident of the City of Yonkers and I am contacting you to be the whistleblower of a …

eHeziWhistle Blower Writes an Open Letter to the Editor Beseeching Gov. Andrew Cuomo Regarding Troubling Financial Circumstances in the City of Yonkers

Letter to the Editor: Ossining Village Mayor Reelection By Mayor VICTORIA GEARITY

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OSSINING, NY — May 22, 2018 — Monday night the Ossining Democratic Committee endorsed my reelection with resounding clarity. With that first political hurdle under my belt, I’m reaching out to individual voters for their support. Great things are happening for Ossining. I’d like to build on our momentum. The Village has a clear set of recommendations for strengthening our …

eHeziLetter to the Editor: Ossining Village Mayor Reelection By Mayor VICTORIA GEARITY

Letter to the Editor-at-Large
By BETTINA MAYER

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CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NY — April 8, 2018 — On March 14, the one-month anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida school shooting, I attended a town hall hosted by Democratic NYS Senate candidate, Robert Kesten, titled “Gun Safety and the US Constitution.” Mr. Kesten coherently and knowledgeably described the history of Constitutional amendments, pointing out that there …

eHeziLetter to the Editor-at-Large
By BETTINA MAYER

Residents Want to Pre-pay Property Taxes in 2017 to Get Tax Deduction that Federal Government May Eliminate
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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A Special Session of the New York State Legislature Is Required To Editor-at-Large Hezi Aris: Governor Andrew Cuomo, who has objected to the congressional action that may lead to the elimination of the real estate tax deduction for many New Yorkers whose taxes exceed $10,000 could help many property owners in Westchester save money if he calls a special session …

eHeziResidents Want to Pre-pay Property Taxes in 2017 to Get Tax Deduction that Federal Government May Eliminate
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

Independent Bakers’ Association President Nicholas A. Pyle Asserts Rep. Eliot Engel Is In the Pocket of the Sugar Cartels and Votes for Their Interests

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Dear Editor-at-Large Hezi Aris, WASHINGTON, DC — October 24, 2017 — Congressman Eliot Engel (D-NY-16) is in the pocket of the nation’s beet and cane sugar cartels!  Engel continually votes to maintain the U.S. Sugar program.  Why? It is really quite simple, Congressman Engel received well over $101,000 in political donations from the sugar cartels since coming to Washington in …

eHeziIndependent Bakers’ Association President Nicholas A. Pyle Asserts Rep. Eliot Engel Is In the Pocket of the Sugar Cartels and Votes for Their Interests

End More Mass Shootings Now
By BOB K. BOGEN

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — October 5, 2017 —Stop the endless, useless conventional moaning and official Republican twittering.  The media is full of it. Surely we know the basic cause.  The recent and most obscene mass shooting in Las Vegas should at long last move us to demand action. Let us insist on the obvious law. Are there truly one million …

eHeziEnd More Mass Shootings Now
By BOB K. BOGEN