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Majority of Hutchinson River properties picked for remediation by Biohabitats assessment are in Town of Pelham

September 15, 2023

To the editor: Did you know that the Pelhams are located in the Hutchinson River Watershed? Biohabitats, a pioneer of ecological restoration that applies sound science, community input and adaptive...

Response to heart attack ‘more tragic’ than explained; standard of care for incident at least two providers, not fly-car’s one

June 2, 2023

To the editor: Regarding the May 30 story on emergency medical service, I would like to clarify some critical points. First, the response to this situation was even more tragic than the town supervisor...

Election gives hope school board will act on equity audit, make Hutch kids feel welcome at PMS

June 2, 2023

To the editor: The recent school board election gives reason to hope for a renewed effort to make all students feel welcome at the middle school and high school. In recent years, the board of education...

Celebrating amazing people of Pelham

May 31, 2023

To the editor: After all the time that I spent in Pelham, I am happy to have lived here. Pelham is one of the coolest towns in the whole country, with so many people who are amazingly cool, fun and...

Garcia for school board: ‘Unwavering commitment’ to schools and children

May 15, 2023

To the editor: I am thrilled to endorse Annemarie Garcia for the board of education. As a long-time resident of Pelham and a dedicated parent, Annemarie has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to...

Garcia prepared for fast start on school board with service as school PTA leader and as president of PTA Council

May 15, 2023

To the editor: We are writing to express our enthusiastic support for Annemarie Garcia’s candidacy for the Pelham Board of Education. We have known Annemarie since our children were at Hutchinson...

Endorses Garrido-Carmody for school trustee as volunteer across range of activities who seeks to engage students

May 15, 2023

To the editor: I am writing in support of my dear friend Connie Garrido-Carmody for the Pelham Board of Education. Connie and I have known each other for seven years. She is always the first to volunteer...

With count-her-in approach, Garrido-Carmody will bring level-headed, hard work to school board

May 13, 2023

To the editor: I am writing this letter in support of Connie Garrido-Carmody as a board of education trustee. I have known Connie for seven years, ever since our children were in Kindergarten together,...

Friend of Garcia’s since first grade: Important Hutch community has voice on board of education

May 13, 2023

To the editor: I am writing to share my wholehearted endorsement of Annemarie Garcia as a candidate for Pelham Board of Education trustee. I am proud to call Annemarie my dear friend for the past 44 years,...

Supports Burke for school trustee, cites his leadership on board of Amani Public Charter School

May 12, 2023

To the editor: I am gladly penning this note to express my strong support for Sid Burke in the upcoming school board election. I had the great pleasure of working closely with Sid during the time when...

Former school board member says Garcia has all qualities needed to be outstanding trustee

May 9, 2023

To the editor: I am writing to express my strongest endorsement for Annemarie Garcia, a candidate for the Pelham Board of Education. I don't often support candidates publicly, but as a former two-term...

Endorses Burke for school trustee: Showed he was ‘thinker, doer and leader’ on Village of Pelham Planning Board

May 5, 2023

To the editor: I’m writing to endorse Sid Burke, a candidate for the Pelham Board of Education. I have worked with Sid for four years on the Village of Pelham Planning Board and have been so impressed...

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