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Letters
  • LETTER: There’s no ‘we’ in restored I am responding to a letter March 29 regarding the issue as to what to do about the Robert Moses Parkway.

    April 20, 2009

  • LETTERS: Closing parkway would hurt area The Robert Moses Parkway travels along the Upper Niagara River and connects with the 1-190, the LaSalle arterials in Niagara Falls.

    April 17, 2009

  • LETTERS: Redesign Robert Moses The removal of the Robert Moses Parkway would be economically detrimental to the entire region, particularly to Niagara Falls, Lewiston and Youngstown.

    The citizens and elected leaders of the western region of Niagara County should work collectively and develop a compromise plan that will compliment and enhance our region.

    April 1, 2009

  • LETTER: Getting to Lewiston from Niagara Falls The debate goes on. Should that part of the Robert Moses Parkway along the rim of the Niagara River gorge stay or be removed?

    Consider some questions. When the parkway was constructed, why was it placed so close to the river in the City of Niagara Falls, yet mostly far from the river from the city to Lake Ontario?

    March 30, 2009

  • LETTERS: Wegmans: No food for thoughts In a recent letter published in the Gazette, the writer made an accusation regarding our store, Wegmans on Military Road, that was completely untrue.

    March 23, 2009

  • LETTERS: Killing coyotes is sad When in read in the Gazette about the Howling Mad Coyote contest, I asked myself: “Why are hunters holding coyote-killing contests?”

    I have yet to read about hunters eating coyotes so I doubt they’re killing them for sustenance.

    March 18, 2009

  • LETTERS: What has county done with casino cash? After reading a couple of newspaper articles recently, I became very distressed by the actions of our Niagara County legislators.

    March 12, 2009

  • LETTERS: March is Red Cross Month Across the United States, March is recognized as American Red Cross Month. As one of the nation’s best known humanitarian organizations, the Red Cross has been at the forefront of helping Americans prevent, prepare for and respond to large and small disasters for 127 years.

    March 8, 2009

  • LETTERS: In support of treasurer I have known David Broderick since he was a very small child brought up under the guidance of loving and caring parents who themselves led exemplary lives and who instilled in all of their children the importance of always living according to God’s law so they could become responsible adults living full and happy lives.

    March 5, 2009

  • LETTERS: What about 72nd Street? After reading the top nine worst roads in the city awaiting stimulus money, I was thoroughly disgusted. I may not travel on all of those roads on a regular basis to know the extent of their damage, but one road I travel on numerous times a day is 72nd Street.

    February 24, 2009

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