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December, 2013

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Sound Off to the Editor

Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comment.
Letters

Sound Off to the Editor

Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comment.
Letters

Sound Off to the Editor

Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comment.
Letters

Sound Off to the Editor

Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comment.
Letters

Sound Off to the Editor

Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comment.

September, 2013

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‘Sound off to the Editor’ — a soapbox and then some!

Check out your neighbors’ take on the topics of the day. Comment.

August, 2013

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‘Sound off to the Editor’ — a soapbox and then some!

Check out your neighbors’ take on the topics of the day. Comment.
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‘Sound off to the Editor’ — a lively sounding board for the topics of the day

Want a good read? Check out our readers’ thought-provoking opinions on the liveliest letters’ page around. Comment.
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‘Sound off to the Editor’ — a lively sounding board for the topics of the day

Our readers tackle some of Brooklyn’s pressing issues. Comment.
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‘Sound off to the Editor’ — a lively sounding board for the topics of the day

Readers offer their unique take on current affairs. Comment.
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‘Sound off to the Editor’ — a lively sounding board for the topics of the day

Readers offer their unique take on current affairs. Comment.

July, 2013

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Readers ‘Sound off to the Editor’ about what’s on their minds

Check out our letters’ page for unique takes on topics of the day. Comment.
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‘Sound off to the Editor’ — a lively sounding board for the topics of the day

Want a good read? Check out our readers’ thought-provoking opinions on the most effusive soap box around. Comments (1).
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Readers make the headlines on ‘Sound off to the Editor’

Check out our fantastic letters’ page for your neighbors’ take on the topics of the day. Comment.
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‘Sound off to the Editor’ gives readers their say

Lights on the Parachiute Jump, Anthony Weiner’s red party pants, and Senate “gangsters” are just some of the thought-provokers provided by our well-informed readers on the liveliest letters’ page in town. So get reading. Comment.

June, 2013

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Readers ‘Sound Off to the Editor’

Readers take to our weekly soapbox about the mayor’s composting plan, to laud our columnists, and to trash a local diner, among other buzz-worthy gems on the best letters page around. Read on for more food for thought.. Comment.
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Readers “Sound Off to the Editor”

Patriotism, stop-and-frisk, the mayor’s race, the future of city schools, and other topics of the day were food for thought for our readers. Check out their “sound-offs” on the most happening letters page in town. Comment.
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‘Sound Off to the Editor’ — where readers take to the soapbox

Check out the liveliest letters page in town, as readers wax off about the mayoral race, Sheepshead Bay’s homeless, Hurricane Sandy’s wreckage, Iraq, and other topics of the day. Comment.
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‘Sound Off to the Editor’ — the best letters page in town

Our readers are on-point, once again, offering their opinions on a pepper-spray incident in a local school, Anthony Weiner’s mayoral aspirations, the new teacher evaluation system, One World Trade Center, and more. Read on for other gems on “Sound Off to the Editor.” Comment.

May, 2013

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Weiner’s hot for public office

Opinionated readers “Sound off to the editor” on one of the most widely-read pages in town. Comment.
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Tardy city stumbles on Gravesend road repairs

The city has repaved just two blocks of a two-mile road — years after complaints were first logged, sez reader. Comment.
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Board of Ed vs. the Lord of Ed

Our weekly soapbox features the best critics around — Courier readers. Comment.

April, 2013

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Bomber suspect ‘innocent until proven guilty’

Vocal readers sound-off on the best letters page in town. Comments (1).
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Reader: Bike paths aren’t a new plan for Verrazano Bridge

It may not be good idea, but this reader says the plan to put a pedestrian and bicycle path across the Narrows has been around for ages. Comments (2).
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Thanks — and no thanks - Shavana

Readers take on the important issues of the day — on the best letters’ page around! Comment.

March, 2013

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Sheepshead Bay HS, a gem until open enrollment

Our comemntariat tosses its weight behind important issues of the day — from open enrollment in high schools and the new pope, to NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policy and Puxatawny Phil! Comments (1).
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Not for Nuthin’ Jo, ‘Nanny’ Mike’s a reader’s main man

From local to national — readers chew the fat over the health of New Yorkers, NIMBY for an area drug rehab facility, and immigration. That’s among the food for thought dished on the most widely read letters page in town — ours! Comment.
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Stan did great remembering Koch

Fond Koch-era memories, slaps for a “Catholic-bashing” columnist, and a NIMBY shout-out to a drug detox facility were among the hot-button issues Courier readers tackled on our well-lathered soapbox. Read on for more! Comment.
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Joanna DelBuono is ‘correct’ about meanies

Our letters page delivers all the news that’s fit to be hashed out by critical thinkers. Comment.
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Met building in Brighton Beach a mold depot after Sandy

Readers chew over the fat about mold, the Second Amendment, Shavana Abruzzo, store solicitations — and more — on the most talk-tastic letters page in town. Comment.

February, 2013

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Stan remembers Holo-horrors so we won’t forget

Diversity washes our soapbox, as readers take the opportunity to air their opinions on a wide range of issues — from the Holocaust, cash solicitations at store checkouts, and the ghostly B37 bus, to parking hogs, the Second Amendment, and Mayor Ed Koch. Comment.
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Our letters are back, and better than ever!

Thank you, Shavana Abruzzo (“A Britisher’s View”) for your column on the Tawana Brawley hoax and fiasco (“Time to come clean, Tawana,” Feb. 8). Comment.

January, 2013

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Indiana reader wants lowdown on Coney

My class is reading “A Walk Across America,” a book about Peter Jenkins walking across America to learn about the country. We decided to pick a state and learn about it, just like Peter. I picked New York for the state, and Coney Island as my “city.” Comment.
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Let’s not be gun-shy, says one reader

Our letters to the editor are back, and will be here every Sunday on BrooklynDaily.com! Comment.
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