A Case For Fairness

To The Editor: Your coverage of the Albert Baldeo case only carried the Government’s side. You did not mention anything about Mr. Baldeo’s acquittal on the main underlying mail and wire fraud charges. We really must insist that you read the Judge’s instructions. Judge Crotty’s charge to the jury read: “Counts One through Three charge […]

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Prune The Right Trees

To The Editor: What is all of this ballyhoo about the Parks Dept. not pruning the correct trees in the boroughs? This Parks Dept. and the office of the Comptroller need to better coordinate how and where this money is being allocated and used. We have trees that were pruned that did not need to […]

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No Parades On Northern Boulevard

To The Editor: Northern Boulevard is highway 25A, a main artery connecting the City with Long Island. I do not think it should be closed down to traffic, and rerouting busses etc. because of some foreigners’ parade. It upsets and delays Queens traffic much too much! 35th or 37th Ave can be used for that. […]

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RIP Robin Williams

To The Editor: The tragic death of Robin Williams is indeed a great loss to the entertainment world. During his long career, he made many films, including “Dead Poet’s Society” and “Mrs. Doubtfire”. He had the ability to make so many of us laugh. He will always be remembered as one of America’s funniest comedians and […]

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Briarwood, Here I Come!

To the Editor: I would like to respond to Barbara D’Ambrosio’s letter (“Good Things Going On” – Queens Tribune, July 31-Aug. 6) in which she touts the “good things going on here in Briarwood.” First, Hoover Park is inaccessible because of the Kew Gardens-Van Wyck Interchange Project construction boondoggle, and the Playground sits adjacent to […]

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Queens Offers A Wealth Of Culture

BY MELINDA KATZ     I invite you to join me in discovering the wealth of cultural vitality and artistic vibrancy in “The World’s Borough,” the Borough of Queens. Queens is a unique destination in that it provides visitors and residents with global cultural experiences reflecting its incredibly diverse population, which includes people born in more […]

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Don’t Forget Our Heritage

To The Editor: If it weren’t for humans seeking a better life and migrating to our land, the United States would not have evolved into the greatness it is, thus attracting yet others here today with the same desires as yesteryear. Yet their arrivals are treated by some as if it were a new occurrence […]

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Good Things Going On

To The Editor: Why do we negate the neighborhood we are living in? Sure, Briarwood has a lot of things that can create problems lately, but there are also great things. Hoover park and playground is a wonderful place to be all year around, especially in the summertime. We have shopping, dining and banking needs […]

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