Letters to the Editor

  • Women's March on Washington: Why, and Why Now

    By Olga Starr
    January 20, 2017

    As Donald Trump’s inauguration draws near, a number of groups are planning various events and rallies – perhaps most notably, the Women’s March on Washington. I have read a number ...

  • Letter to the Editor: A chance to say thank you

     

    Dear Friend --

    Today is a bittersweet day for me. It’s the last time I will communicate with you as your Education Secretary. It’s also an opportunity to celebrate the ...

  • Women's March on Washington: Why, and Why Now

    As Donald Trump’s inauguration draws near, a number of groups are planning various events and rallies – perhaps most notably, the Women’s March on Washington. I have read a number ...

  • Freeholders Should Publish Audio Archive of Its Meetings

    To the editor:

    After lots of noise about initiatives for "economic development" to encourage Millennials to live and work in Hunterdon county, freeholders John Lanza, Matt Holt, John ...

  • The Epidemic of Opiate Abuse

    I do not agree with the Governor on much, but I am happy to hear that he has decided to work on drug issues in his final year of office. In our state and in my ex-rural region of Sussex County opioid ...

  • January Update

    Dear Summit Neighbor,

    I hope you are having a wonderful start to the New Year. With 2017 in full swing, I wanted to take this opportunity to provide a progress update on some activities in ...

  • One Year Reflection From Assemblyman Zwicker

    It has been a busy start to the new year, and I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy and healthy 2017. It is hard to believe that at this time last year I was just starting in ...

  • Congresswoman, Your Attendance Is Mandatory, Not Optional.

    To the editor:

    I sent this letter to Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman on her failure to represent us at the Presidential Inauguration on January 20, 2017. To date, she has not taken ...

  • Yantacaw Parent Voices Opinion on Nutley School Construction

    To The TAPinto Nutley Editor:

    I am a Nutley resident, and parent of a 5th grader at Yantacaw and an 8th grader at JWMS. From the time my oldest son entered kindergarten, I have been hearing about ...

  • Consider Rescuing a Dog

    I don’t think in all my years I have written to a paper. I have thought about it in my mind but never took the next step. But now there have been so many articles around about rescue pets that ...

  • Why I March

    On Jan. 21, I will march in Washington, D.C., to let the world know that I care about women’s rights, which are human rights.

    My grandmother came to the United States as an immigrant in ...

  • Be a Friend of the Somers Library

    Somers Library has evolved into a community center offering educational and recreational (entertainment) programs. Its commitment to providing quality programs is made possible through donations made ...

  • Where's the Replacement?

    To the Editor:

    As a chair of the Rare Disease Congressional Caucus, Congressman Leonard Lance has been a strong advocate for those who have been stricken with uncommon health issues and last year ...

  • Where's the Replacement?

    To the Editor:

    As a chair of the Rare Disease Congressional Caucus, Congressman Leonard Lance has been a strong advocate for those who have been stricken with uncommon health issues and last year ...

  • Where's the Replacement?

    To the Editor:

    As a chair of the Rare Disease Congressional Caucus, Congressman Leonard Lance has been a strong advocate for those who have been stricken with uncommon health issues and last year ...

  • Where's the Replacement?

    To the Editor:

    As a chair of the Rare Disease Congressional Caucus, Congressman Leonard Lance has been a strong advocate for those who have been stricken with uncommon health issues and last year ...

  • Where's the Replacement?

    To the Editor:

    As a chair of the Rare Disease Congressional Caucus, Congressman Leonard Lance has been a strong advocate for those who have been stricken with uncommon health issues and last year ...

  • Where's the Replacement?

    To the Editor:

    As a chair of the Rare Disease Congressional Caucus, Congressman Leonard Lance has been a strong advocate for those who have been stricken with uncommon health issues and last year ...

  • Where's the Replacement?

    To the editor:

    As a chair of the Rare Disease Congressional Caucus, Congressman Leonard Lance has been a strong advocate for those who have been stricken with uncommon health issues and last year ...

  • Where's the Replacement?

    To the Editor:

    As a chair of the Rare Disease Congressional Caucus, Congressman Leonard Lance has been a strong advocate for those who have been stricken with uncommon health issues and last year ...

  • The Epidemic of Opiate Abuse

    I do not agree with the Governor on much, but I am happy to hear that he has decided to work on drug issues in his final year of office. In our state and in my ex-rural region of Sussex County opioid ...

  • Where's the Replacement?

    To the Editor:

    As a chair of the Rare Disease Congressional Caucus, Congressman Leonard Lance has been a strong advocate for those who have been stricken with uncommon health issues and last year ...

  • Every Little Bit Helps

    Trenton lawmakers postponed their vote on S2855 the “Electronic Publication of Legal Notices Act”. This bill would end the mandate for municipalities to publicly advertise legal ...

  • Bail Reform Will Save Money

    In response to “Local Law Enforcement Weight In on New Jersey’s New Bail Reform Laws”:

    The article rightly states that the new law “will help nonviolent, poor people stuck ...

  • Bail Reform Will Save Money

    In response to “Local Law Enforcement Weight In on New Jersey’s New Bail Reform Laws”:

    The article rightly states that the new law “will help nonviolent, poor people stuck ...

  • Thank You Westfield!

    Almost five years ago Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss, opened its doors in Westfield, thanks to the vision and generosity of Dr. Gerald Glasser and the leadership of Keith Hertell, our first ...