Letters To The Editor 10.22.20

Things you learn The sun is slowly sliding down towards the horizon in the west, Why the sun puts on … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 10.15.20

Peaceful Transition One of the hallmarks of democratic countries is that after elections there is a peaceful transition of power. … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 10.08.20

I don’t have the answers to yet I’m not afraid of dying I’m just not ready yet I still have … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 10.01.20

Vandals Lash Out After Vocal Hearing The Town of Sand Lake Planning Board held another hearing regarding the proposed party … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 09.24.20

Yearn To Learn Education is something we take for granted It’s how the seeds of wisdom are planted Everyone has … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 09.17.20

Just another tax! Dear Poestenkill Resident: It is time to pay attention to what Town Hall is doing. My school … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 09.10.20

Please Stop Your Nonsense! This letter is one that I have been avoiding writing. While I don’t think Poestenkill residents … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 09.03.20

CORRECTION: Poestenkill residents, your EMS system is not broken The letter to the editor titled “Poestenkill residents, your EMS system … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 08.27.20

Poestenkill Residents, Your EMS System is Not Broken There was a public hearing held by the town of Poestenkill on … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 08.20.20

My flower, my wife A rose may bloom red while a violet may bloom blue Yet no flower has ever … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 08.13.20

Memoirs of an Amnesiac: Butterflies from Heaven? When my Dad passed away in 1987, he and Mom had just retired … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 08.06.20

Why We Support an Open Dialogue With Ken Bailey… I am writing in response to the many opinions I have … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 07.30.20

What It’s All About When you’re young you’re more alert, You feel more than you know. We disregard our instincts, … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 07.23.20

COVID-19=FEAR Like Venetians at Mardi Gras Or robbers of banks,  We cover our faces with masks And join in their … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 07.16.20

Me They’ll dig a hole extra deep, Find the stoutest box, Pack in four yards of dirt, Plus some heavy … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 07.09.20

No Party Barn in our Neighborhood I have lived on this street since 1965. I am shocked and opposed to … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 07.02.20

No Party Barn in Our Backyard We are strongly opposed to the large-scale commercial project proposed be Ken Bailey. The … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 06.25.20

Barnes Road Area Neighborhood Association Dear Planning Board, Our family is strongly opposed to the large-scale commercial project proposed by … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 06.18.20

The Scope Of Hope You may not be able to grasp it And hold it in your hand But if … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 06.11.20

Takin’ Care Of Small Business You open up a business because it is your passion The American dream never goes … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 06.04.20

A Beast in the Wild   When I was a child  in the woods one day A frightful beast suddenly … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 05.28.20

Mere Shadows Maybe you noticed them… Three old friends of mine Sitting in lawn chairs Right alongside the parade route. … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 05.21.20

Memoirs of an Amnesiac: Baby Steps According to a fortune cookie, “Footprints on the sands of time are not made … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 05.14.20

Sabo Democratic Committee Slate Misleads A recent announcement of a slate of North Greenbush Democratic Committee candidates misleads voters as … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 05.07.20

Wearing Face Masks is Hard As we head into summer, wearing face masks is becoming increasingly more uncomfortable; they get … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 04.30.20

Memoirs of an Amnesiac: Small Miracles My first car was a 1972 MG Midget, which I bought when it was … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 04.23.20

No “Party Barn” for Barnes Road! To: The Planning Board: My wife and I have resided for over 30 years … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 04.16.20

I Can’t Tell You My Secret If you have a secret sin Take it with you to the grave. Fight … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 04.09.20

Corona Poem There’s No Place Like Home Don’t sit there on the couch and watch the bad news That will … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 04.02.20

Thank You Parents Dear Parents, First, I want to share my well-wishes for your health and well-being during these difficult … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 03.26.20

Memoirs of an Amnesiac: Llama Mama From my early childhood in the 1950s I recall a petting zoo, probably the … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 03.19.20

Maple Math Real life learning In Grandpa’s backyard: 4 trees + 8 taps Yields quite a bit of sap. A … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 03.12.20

Choice is the Key to Success I read an article in a national weekly newspaper a while back that sought … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 03.05.20

Memoirs of an Amnesiac: Early HVAC I was in my early teens when our house was back-fitted with central heat. … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 02.27.20

Podcasts – The Digital Gutenberg Revolution I’ve spent a lot of time listening to Jordan Peterson podcasts lately where I’ve … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 02.20.20

Another Bridge to Nowhere? Now how about that, would you, people? According to the latest word around town, the federal … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 02.13.20

Our Woods Are at Risk All over our towns and villages, our woodlands are at risk to development pressures. The … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 02.06.20

Cleaning Up Dog Poop After A Snowmelt “Woof! Woof! Black Dog, have you any poop?” “Yes, Mommy dear, there’s a … Continued

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Letters To The Editor 01.30.20

Australia Is Burning Australia is burning. The Amazon rain forest is burning. California fires grow larger. Aquifers dry up around … Continued

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