I am writing this letter today to caution you about taking the new coronavirus seriously. Please don’t forget to mask up, wash your hands, sanitize and clean work areas. Practice social distancing and get tested.
Recently, it was announced that Hinchliffe Stadium’s lease with the City of Paterson will be extended for 75 years. While at first glance, this appears to be some semblance of a victory, there are many questions that need to be asked.
I would like to clear my name from the horrible remarks ex-councilman William McKoy made about my family on October 9, 2020 during the 3rd Ward council debate on television. There was never a time anyone of my children were homeless or going to be homeless. You are lying, Mr. McKoy.
I want to preface this letter by saying, I didn’t want to do this. I mean, write this letter. I wanted to believe that the kinks would somehow work themselves out. I can’t seem to shake the disappointment that is gripping me.
I am writing this letter to reintroduce myself to the Paterson community. I am the longest serving member on the Paterson Board of Education and I am standing for re-election again. I committed myself to improving the city’s educational system years ago, when as a physician in St Joseph’s Emergency Room, I encountered Paterson’s children…
First and foremost, I want to once again take this opportunity to congratulate each of you, the graduating class of 2020. This was undoubtedly one of the most challenging school year we have ever faced.
So often the Paterson Police are criticized for one reason, or another. This letter is to tell a story of a worthy experience with them.