Letters to the Editor

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To The Editor, As I walked around in my neighborhood, people were shouting…”No more taxation without representation.”   No, this is not a re-enactment of the Boston Tea Party for a television show that is being filmed in Battery Park City.  It is a real issue facing the Battery Park City community, a place that I […]

Letters to the Editor

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Dear Congressman Nadler, Once more you vividly show with words and deeds you are a true people’s representative in your positions on all the crucial issues facing US citizens as well as your district in which I am located. I constantly admire your minority fight to slow the destruction of our system of democratic capitalism […]

Letters to the Editor

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To the editor: The BroadsheetDAILY article by Matthew Fenton on the contract between AlliedBarton and the Battery Park City Authority for the provision of security services throughout the Battery Park City community misstates several key facts about the services the Authority receives in exchange for the monies paid pursuant to the contract. Let us begin by enumerating
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Letters to the Editor

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Governor Cuomo To the Editor: BPCA employees are just the tip of the iceberg of people left out of the Governor’s plan. Although he is getting a lot of PR out of pushing for a $15 minimum wage, yet has not put money in the budget to fund this increase for nonprofit agencies with whom […]

Letters to the Editor

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Dear Broadsheet Editor,     Congratulations on your excellent investigative journalism.  The day after the story of diligent reporters (“Spotlight”) netted the best picture Oscar, it is gratifying to see that the Broadsheet does all it can to expose the grubby details of the sweetheart deal that the BPCA gave Allied Barton. As a neighbor of the BPC, who has
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Letter of Support

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Received from the Battery Park City Chamber: “The Battery Park City Chamber represents many businesses in Battery Park City, large and small. Organizers and members of the Chamber wish to voice our support for the three small businesses – Cafe Express, Blooming Nails and the Newsstand – that have become part of the fabric of our community […]

LETTERS: Many Voices, One Refrain

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To Battery Park City Residents: Renters & Condo Owners, and other Stakeholders: As you may be aware serious concerns have been raised about recent decisions of the Battery Park City Authority Board and how they are adversely effecting our neighborhood. Yesterday’s BroadsheetDAILY article, Many Voices, One Refrain, read in conjunction with the January 19, 2016
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Write the Governor

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To the editor: It is great to see so many of our community speaking up and sending letters to The Broadsheet. However, Gov. Cuomo is the only person with the power to appoint the board of the BPCA. I urge all local residents to reach out to his office by email or letter (snail mail) […]

‘This Should Never Have Happened’

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To the editor: I was horrified to read of the severe injuries to the two boys assaulted near Asphalt Green – especially to the boy who suffered the severe skull fracture. As a senior citizen with mobility issues, Ruth Ohman’s comments in particular really resonated with me. I feel more vulnerable these days knowing that […]

Troubles on Wall Street

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To the editor: How might locals fight the introduction of this venue? 55 Wall already congests the narrow, one-way streets terribly. Warm regards, Roark Dunn Editor’s reply: Residents are welcome to attend meetings of Community Board 1’s Financial District Committee (usually on the first Wednesday of each month), as well as that of Community Board […]