How does one sue the town of Dobbs Ferry for the hardship it is causing bus commuters because it, without notice, cancelled bus service? In early May, four stops were eliminated, seven days a week, through the town leaving a gap in service from Cabrini Nursing home to Ashford Avenue at Broadway, almost 1 mile long. To add disgust to insult, the Dobbs Ferry commuter bus refuses to pick up bus riders even if they are residents of the town.
To the Editor:
New York has a rare opportunity to send an intelligent fiscal conservative to Washington. He is David Malpass, a world-class economic expert who knows what it takes to get our economy moving again. Mr. Malpass served in senior capacities in the Reagan and George H. W. Bush administrations, helping enact the 1986 Reagan Tax Cuts, which jumpstarted the biggest job surge in American history.
To the Editor:
The property tax burden in Westchester and Putnam Counties as well as throughout New York State is simply unsustainable. Multiple commissions have pointed to the number one cause of these high taxes as too many government entities. With over 10,000 unique taxing districts in the state, of which just under 700 are school districts (over 60% of our property tax bill is levied to pay for schools), we must begin the hard job of scaling back.
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Referring to the June 21, 2010 issue of the Westchester Herald, Kurt Colucci writes, “Great article and excellent edition!” referring to “John Nonna's ‘Source of Income’ article was especially ‘interesting’ Here are my not so kind thoughts on it....