To the editor:
There is a critical need for a veterans hospital near Calverton and the site of the Enterprise Park at Calverton would be ideal. The Town of Riverhead should consider this option as it seeks to develop this 2,900-acre industrial site. (more…)
Lee Zeldin, left, and George Demos, right, both hope to appear opposite Congressman Tim Bishop on the ballot in November’s election.
To the Editor:
I wish the Republican candidates running for 1st Congressional District would show some character and respect for the voters. (more…)
This is an open letter to candidates for 1st legislative district, Sean Walter and Al Krupski. Gentlemen, please tell us “on the record” what you intend to do to repeal the 3.25 percent Suffolk county tax on home heating oil.
If you want my vote and respect be specific and intelligent with your plans to repeal this almost exclusive tax on Suffolk county’s working class. To allow this tax to exist is a direct insult to us. We are fed up with excuses and double talk.
Warren McKnight, Wading River
To the editor:
I’m very troubled by what Mitt Romney said regarding Big Bird and PBS television no longer being funded in part by the federal government. I would like to know how much money in the past Romney, Obama, Ryan, Biden, Bishop and Altschuler have given to PBS, Big Bird and education programs for pre-schoolers. Can you investigate this for voters like me? Also, if the government will not help fund these programs, how much of a percentage of these men’s wealth will they pledge to keep these vital programs up and running?
Our little children need all the help they can get to mature into healthy, happy and productive adults, and Big Bird and PBS have done a fantastic job. Let’s find out what our candidates are made of.
Warren McKnight, Riverhead