I am sure that I am not alone in expressing my dismay to you that Netanyahu of Israel is scheduled soon to speak before a joint session of Congress.
Letters to editors are generally ideal tools to use to increase awareness about people, issues and troubles in the community.
“I hate people who smoke.”
In their recent Letter to the Editor (Jan. 22, 2015, “A History of Litigation”) Philadelphia developer Michael Foxman and his partner Thomas Lawson, representatives of Adirondack Club & Resort (ACR) in Tupper Lake, impugned the “high motives” of Protect the Adirondacks in bringing a lawsuit against the Adirondack Park Agency (APA) for permitting this massive 6,000-acre development.
A number of years ago, I wrote a letter to the editor discussing my feelings toward the electronic health records... and here we are with a huge leak of info.
It takes a special person to recognize and support an organization like High Peaks Hospice and Palliative Care.
In reading the Adirondack Journal’s article on Lt Gov. Hochul’s visit (“Lt. Gov. Hochul visits Glen Falls to unveil Cuomo’s new initiatives”), you gave a misleading report regarding Cuomo’s “Educational Initiative.”
I sent the following message to the Essex County Supervisors last week:
I’m writing this letter in regard to your editorial “Eat well, eat local.”
I would like to thank all the people who came out to support me at Basil and Wick’s on Friday, Jan. 9, at the showing of my ski film, Identity.
The future of the Adirondack Park - its globally unique and valuable clean water, clean air and wild forests, and its 130 communities and its economy - is not secure.
I write to commend and support the Valley News editorial staff for their determination in exercising their right to an opinion.
I am writing in regards to Veterans Exemptions on their homeowners taxes.
Kudos to George Canon and the Essex County Board of Supervisors for their unanimous stance against Protect the Adirondacks.
In 2014, Commonwealth’s Bill McClay and Ticonderoga Federal Credit Union’s Pamela Nolan and Shawn Hayes granted High Peaks Hospice & Palliative Care permission to place Blue Clothing Boxes at their business locations.