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Question: How do you feel about the city’s plan to charge a “rescue fee” for emergency Fire Department assistance to drivers involved in accidents as a means to raise revenue to boost the treasury? Briefly explain.
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Misconceptions Corrected

Dear Editor, I am writing to correct some misconceptions, which appeared in the “Yesterday and Today” feature published in the December 16th edition of the Canarsie Courier. More...

The Man Knows His B.S.

Dear Editor: Mr. Charles Rogers must feel a little foolish now that President Barack Obama got unemployment extended, after getting some good advice from ex-President Bill Clinton who he called a B.S. artist. More...

This Week's Attitude

It’s !@%$#%@ Nuts To Make Crash Victims Pay For Rescue

This Week’’Attitude

Months after this winter fades from our memories, motorists may face new fees after they’re involved in fender benders, crashes and other emergencies when the New York City Fire Department responds to the scene. More...

View From the Middle

The Night “Santa Claus” Gave Me His Blessing

View From The Middle

It was a black night. A million stars blinking like pinholes on a dark disc, adding stark contrast to the blackness behind them. More...

Other News

Controversy Surrounds New Bayview Community Center

The former president of the Bayview Houses Community Residents Association said last week she was “livid” after reading the account in the Canarsie Courier of the recent ribbon cutting ceremony at the project’s community center at More...

Dem Club’s Toy Drive Tops 30,000 For Last 10 Years

Despite the citywide drop in the number of items collected for the annual Toys for Tots drive this year, an astonishing 7,790 toys were collected — nearly 2,000 more than last year — by the Community First Toy Drive, operated by City Cou More...

Police Release Surveillance Photo Of April Robbery Suspect

Police have released a surveillance photo of the man who allegedly robbed the grocery store in a service station here last April.   More...

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Jump Starting Economy And Creating Jobs

Recently, the White House and Congressional Republicans reached a compromise that extends tax cuts and unemployment insurance for Americans. It’s a sign that bi-partisanship really is possible in Washington.  More...

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