Letters to the Editor

September 7, 2018

The race for New York State Senate District 40 has been discussed on these pages for several weeks. It is clear that there is only one candidate capable of legislating and representing the people of this district in both a transparent and effective manner. During the course of his career as a ...

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On Thursday, Sept. 13, you will have the opportunity to cast a primary vote for an independent and qualified candidate to represent us in the New York State Senate: Robert Kesten. Robert has earned the support of many Democratic committees and organizations in the the 40th District, which is ...

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I recently attended a primary election forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Putnam County. The two Democratic candidates for state Senate (Election District 40), Robert Kesten and Pete Harckham, each responded to questions from the league and from audience members. In general, I ...

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This is in response to everyone’s complaints and concerns about the parking issue on Park Road. Whether you like it or not, a ban was placed on parking on Park Road. For those residents in the condo complex, the landlord has graciously given you an ample parking lot to use (although the real ...

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I have lived on Park Road in Goldens Bridge for close to 30 years. When I moved to this public road, there was a large dense forest at the end of this dead-end street. Years later, after passing vigorous environmental and traffic impact studies, The Glen townhouses were approved to be built. Today, ...

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The 20th annual Firework Spectacular co-sponsored by Mercedes Benz of Goldens Bridge is officially in the books and what an awesome night we had. We thank everyone for coming out and supporting our favorite special event of the year! We are so grateful to our sponsors who make the fireworks ...

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The letter published in the June 14 issue urging support for affordable housing in Goldens Bridge merits a reply. I have no doubt that the signatories to the letter are well-intentioned, but the information they have received is deeply flawed. Readers of The Katonah-Lewisboro Times need to know ...

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