Letters to the editor 5-17-2013

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Responses to Exclusive: PS 89 opens 4th K class, waitlist resolved

Mother on waitlist says: April 13, 2013 at 11:46 am (Edit)

Thank you Steven! The article reads very well. We will keep you posted. Have a nice weekend.

BPCResident says: April 13, 2013 at 6:28 pm (Edit)

just a great article. Well done.

Thanks for all you do with this site. I’ve been impressed in the past (some of the youtube videos are classics!) but you’ve outdone yourself with this piece.

Keep up the good work!

Catania says: May 17, 2013 at 11:42 am (Edit)

Thanks so much for your coverage on the overcrowding issue in BPC schools and the waitlisted children!!! Keep up the great work!

Vince says: May 17, 2013 at 11:40 am (Edit)

Keep up the good reporting

Responses to Any ornithologists out there?

Jeanne says: May 16, 2013 at 8:30 am (Edit)Young male Summer Tanager songbird. About a year old. Will be a a brilliant red when an adult. Migrates in Spring. Winters in Central America , even South America & Caribbean. Migrates at night so tall buildings and towers are a problem for collisions! Likes bees, wasps & fruit. A real beauty.

Responses to The crime problem in Teardrop Park worsens

Amy says: May 11, 2013 at 6:56 pm (Edit)

Hello- I see that you are concerned about crime in Teardrop Park. I live at The Solaire – facing the park. I frequently see groups of teenagers smoking pot in the secluded area above the slide. It seems like they are Stuy students…Not a great environment for the young kids or my 12 year old daughter). My daughter had her Iphone stolen last week while she was at Rockefeller Park. We were able to track it to the Winter Garden… but no luck. We now see that it is in New Jersey.

Best,
Amy

Response to Verizon selling headquarters on West Side Highway by Goldman Sachs and WTC

Sally Regenhard says: May 7, 2013 at 11:19 pm (Edit)

I am on the mailing list for your website, which I find extremely interesting and informative. I would like to circulate your Verizon article among some 9/11 family groups along with the credit from your website, of course.

I want to compare and contrast the actions of Verizon in moving 1,100 employees out of the flood prone zone, vs. Mayor Bloombeg who (despite two law suits against him & overwhelming 9/11 family opposition) is hell-bent on moving unidentified remains of 1,100 9/11 victims into the basement of the 9/11 Museum – 70 ft. below ground -which is also in Flood Zone A.- an area which was flooded with 20 ft. of water during Sandy.

So this would drive home a very important point in our continuing battle to keep the 9,000 remains of the still missing victims out of this Museum at GZ, which we strongly oppose on an ethical and moral basis..

Thank you,
Sally
9/11 Parents & Families of Firefighters and WTC Victims.

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