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Too Soon to Send Staff Back

To the Editor: Mayor De Blasio's efforts to return 80,000 city workers to their offices is shortsighted and tries to do too much too soon. Even a staggered return at this point is too soon. He …

Don't Exclude H+H Staff

To the Editor: While I applaud the state for approving the option for city workers to retire early, it is bittersweet to learn that the Mayor announced as an example in a phone interview that …

A National Policing Dilemma

To the Editor: The "case" of "The People v. The Police in the USA" is doomed to be unresolved in the near future. There will be failure for those Americans who want to defund the police, or …

Jail Failures Cost NYC Millions

To the Editor: On April 9, The Chief-Leader reported that NYC has approved the hiring of 400 Correction Officers, although the Department of Correction has been tight-lipped about the start date and …

COs City's Abused Workers

To the Editor: As an attorney for COBA for nearly two decades, and the Director of Legal Affairs from 2011 to 2021, I have seen much dysfunction and turmoil in the Department of Correction's …

Weakened Cuomo a Plus

To the Editor: Andrew Cuomo remains Governor. The Democratic-controlled State Assembly has yet to impeach him and send an indictment to the State Senate. It's not enough for Speaker Carl Heastie …

Chauvin Has No Defense

To the Editor: I haven't heard such ridiculous and deceptive defenses presented in a criminal case as I have in the Derek Chauvin trial in the death of George Floyd. That some commentators, even …

DOC Mayor's Crash-Test Dummy

To the Editor: In 2022, even with a new Mayor and Department of Correction Commissioner it will take years before the agency recovers from the implosion it has suffered under Bill de Blasio and …

Congestion-Pricing Questions

To the Editor: News from Washington late last month that the Federal Highway Administration has instructed the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to develop and submit an environmental …

Lay Off the Grass

To the Editor: I'm glad that Thomas P. Cunningham has long been a retired NYPD Captain, given his views on marijuana (April 2 letter). Marijuana never killed anybody unless you count traffic …

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