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Letters To The Editor
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Being a native Tusten resident, I have enjoyed the Narrowsburg Fire Department’s parade since I was just a young girl. This past week as our town celebrated our nation’s independence, I was … more
I found it very disturbing that the Narrowsburg Fire Department would allow a float in the Independence Day parade depicting the military as a bunch of drunks. These people have the right to freedom … more
First of all, I would like to thank The River Reporter for being part of the solution and not part of the problem. Second, for many years a law has been on the books to protect the eagles and other … more
I am writing to express my disappointment with the reporting of the newspaper. I was surprised when I called to cancel my subscription that the individual I spoke to did not ask why I felt this to be … more
I’m a long standing resident of Swan Lake and an IATSE Local One union member. I own a vacation rental business in Swan Lake. As a member of the Sullivan County Visitors Association, I’m glad to … more
Last Thursday evening I attended the “Meet the Candidates Forum” at the CVI Building to hear from each of the Sullivan County Legislative Candidates running for office in Liberty. I wanted to … more
Thank you very much for your generous donation of four, three-month subscriptions to the Youngsville Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary for our annual raffle at the dinner. Once again the raffle was a … more
How about that, an entire editorial hit piece on my family business. It used to be hard work was lauded not vilified. You question 200 years of my family’s stewardship of this property. You call on … more
Really? I don’t think so. Here’s why. When I spoke with Joe Canfield on Election Day, I recommended that he look into who was so cowardly as to send an anonymous mailing in the name of … more
On November 29, I tried to attend NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) public hearing on fracking at Loch Sheldrake, but it was so packed that the DEC closed access to the room before 1 … more
Per Supervisor Nadia Rajsz’s disingenuous letter to the editor in a local newspaper, the only people insulting the Town of Lumberland residents are herself and her behind-the-scenes group of … more
Russ Wood Jr., candidate for town council in Mamakating, is my brother. I felt compelled to write this letter in the hope of giving voters a glimpse into the man I know, the one who has quietly and … more
We are voting for Glenn Swendsen for the Superintendent of Highways in the Town of Tusten. We have known Glenn for a long time, and throughout that time have found him to be an honest hard-working, … more
Here we go again with the bashing and complaining. I think the Town of Bethel Supervisor will do everything he can to prevent the gas drilling in Sullivan County. People don’t realize you have to … more
If you'd asked me three years ago if I was interested in running for Shohola Township supervisor, I would have answered with an emphatic "no." But I believe when you see a bad situation, you need to … more
On this upcoming Election Day, I will be voting for Robert Justus for Mamakating Town Council and proudly supporting the rest of the Republican slate to help make improvements in my community. … more
I am a Mamakating resident, and for the first time in a long time I am encouraged about our forward motion. I think we have a strong leader in Harold Baird, who is helping to move us in the right … more
I have been friends with Russ Wood for over 10 years. Russ, a great friend and family man, would be a strong asset to the Mamakating Town Board. Russ and his dad Woody are the owners of a successful … more
Since you last elected me as your judge, I was pressured, but resisted the inappropriate demands by the court clerk and town supervisor. For years, the Court had been plagued by waste and misconduct. … more
For most of us, it’s great to be comfortable. However, in the case of elected legislators, comfort can produce the kind of dysfunction we find in the Sullivan County Legislature. This is why Cindy … more
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