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To the editor:I rarely disagree with Howard Elterman. But I have two problems with his "Adams reflex responses unhelpful" letter (The Chief, Sept. 16).First, I agree with him that bad cops should not …

To the editor:The popular crime-fiction novelist Walter Mosley writes about his black private detective, Easy Rawlins, who survives a variety of dangerous adventures in Los Angeles in the late 1940s. …

Criminal behavior

To the editor:Every time I think that MAGA Republicans have reached rock bottom, they remind me that there is no bottom, no low to which they will not sink.  The latest example is Ron …

He could pitch too

To the editor: Aaron Judge has had an amazing, Hall-of-Fame kind of year. But comparing him to Babe Ruth is unfair to the Babe. First, Babe’s pitching record over five seasons was 94-46 with a 2.28 …

Deferring justice

To the editor: The fact that Senior District Court Judge Raymond J. Dearie, a respected and highly qualified judge, would be acceptable to the Trump attorneys as the special master in the dispute over …

Preserve traditional Medicare

To the editor: The Adams administration is requesting that the City Council make changes to the municipal code that, if enacted, would clear a path for implementation of a Medicare Advantage Program …

Skewed perspective at Horizon

To the editor: You know everyone always talks about the conditions on Rikers Island, but what about the issues at Horizon Correctional Facility in the Bronx? Please do not assume that those …

Civil service’s concord

To the editor: Regarding Richard Warren’s "Executive Stinginess" letter (The Chief, Sept. 23): I am a level III supervisor with the city’s Human Resources Administration. I started out as a …

Where are you sitting, mayor?

To the editor: It was reported in last week’s Chief that Mayor Adams has asked the City Council to overturn decades of precedent by nullifying a law that prohibits charging civil servants for …

Horse sense

To the editor: “TWU opposed bill that would ban Central Park horse carriages” (The Chief, Sept. 9) and a later proposal from the union center around what they consider a compromise — stables in Central Park and other gratuities at taxpayer’s expense.

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