Send Us Your Letters To The Editor, Peekskill

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PEEKSKILL, N.Y. - We've been asked by many of our readers whether The Peekskill Daily Voice will publish letters to the editor. The answer is yes. We want to hear your opinion!

Angry about an issue going on in your neighborhood? Want people to know about someone who’s working hard to help your community? We want to hear it all!

The Daily Voice welcomes letters on hyperlocal topics, as well as more far-reaching concerns, questions and points of debate. Send your letters to the editor to peekskill@dailyvoice.com, and we’ll publish them on our Opinion page.

Here's what we ask from you:

Identify yourself. The Daily Voice accepts signed, original letters to the editor. Your email and phone number should be included so that we can contact you with questions. Your contact information will not be published or shared.

Letters to may be edited for length and grammar. Letters should be no more than 450 words and may be edited or rejected for clarity, taste and libel.

Be respectful. Controversial topics are fine, even encouraged, but The Daily Voice encourages direct and honest debate. We will not publish letters that are intentionally inflammatory, violent, threatening or racist.

We look forward to hearing your thoughts!

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soniap:

I ALSO AM A FORMER RESIDENT OF PEEKSKILL WITH FAMILY STILL THERE AND I HAVE CONCERNS ALSO ABOUT THE HAPPENINGS THERE, I SAY, ' A TIME CURFEW FOR CHILDREN 'TIL THE AGE OF 19, MAYBE THAT WILL CURBED THE ' HAPPY HOODLUMS '
SIGNED, A VERY CONCERNED GREATGRANDMA

FIREFOXNEWS.ONLINE:

I am a former resident of Peekskill with family still there and I have concerns about the happenings there, you will print mine I hope...

acusano:

Just send it along and we'll take a look at it. My email address is acusano@dailyvoice.com.

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