PUBLISHED: 17:30 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 17:43 16 August 2018 Residents on the narrow and pedestrianised Streatley Place, with Hampstead Town Councillor Stephen Stark demonstrating the width of the steps outside number 6, the site of the new proposed development. Picture: Polly Hancock Archant Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week. Basement developers’ pursuit of profit is threat to ‘unique’ areaLinda Chung, Hampstead, writes: I would like to thank the Ham and High for highlighting the planning application for 6 Streatley Place, planning ref: 2018/2859/P.This is another example of developers fancying their chances. They spot a nice patch of land in the heart of a unique piece of Hampstead - “perfect” for a lucrative development.They then draw plans with only superficial thought to the protected heritage of this conservation area - the site sits steeply atop Streatley Place, a narrow alley way surrounded by … [Read more...] about Ham&High letters: Basements, more CS11 discussion, police cuts, a People’s Vote and the St John’s Wood Post Office closure
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Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Business by Eli Rosenberg by Eli Rosenberg Email the author May 11 at 8:11 PM Email the author The U.S. Postal Service says that its large financial losses are caused by market forces and governmental constraints but not Amazon.com, in a release of its quarterly statistics that stood in contrast to pointed statements made by President Trump. Trump made waves in March when he declared that the Postal Service was losing money on every package it delivered for Amazon and falsely asserted that The Washington Post was a lobbyist for the company, before ordering a review of the service’s finances. While we are … [Read more...] about Trump said Amazon cost the USPS ‘billions.’ But the post office has a different explanation.
Trump convenes task force to study US Postal System Jill Colvin, Associated Press April 12, 2018 Updated: April 12, 2018 10:08pm Photo: David Goldman, AP FILE - In this Feb. 7, 2013 file photo, U.S. Postal Service letter carrier Michael McDonald gathers mail to load into his truck before making his delivery run in the East Atlanta neighborhood, in Atlanta. After weeks of railing against online shopping giant Amazon, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday, April 12, 2018, creating a task force to study the United States Postal System. FILE - In this Feb. 7, 2013 file photo, U.S. Postal Service letter... WASHINGTON (AP) — After weeks of railing against online shopping giant Amazon, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday creating a task force to study the United States Postal System. In the surprise move, Trump said that USPS is on "an unsustainable financial path" and "must be … [Read more...] about Trump convenes task force to study US Postal System
Cuomo sells out the yellow cabs Flushing: Gov. Cuomo now says, “You can’t have it both ways: You can’t say I charged a million dollars for a (yellow cab) medallion and I sold a franchise to work in the city and now I have an unlimited number of Ubers that have the same franchise and paid nothing” (“Andy OK with curb on Ubers,” April 3). Governor, we taxi driver/medallion owners said exactly those words in vain at every rally and demonstration for about four years. What drove you to finally say it? Are you trying to calm us down, or is it just because you’re up for reelection this year? And governor, with all due respect, why are treating us as cash cows? Don’t we contribute enough to the state and city coffers already? Don’t you remember that we are already collecting from New Yorkers a 50-cent surcharge per trip to help the MTA? Governor, if you were really serious, you would take a different approach. Instead of standing by … [Read more...] about Readers sound off on yellow cabs, gun laws and the Post Office
I’M fairly confident that if I put my head in a bag this evening and robbed a corner shop, I would never be caught by the police. Unless, of course, the bag was non-recyclable. That sort of thing fires up the blues and twos every time these days. Burglary? Well, unless you’re caught red-handed with a machine gun by someone, you’d get away with that too. So what’s stopping us? Something is, that’s for sure, because last year statistics show that eight out of every ten people in England and Wales was NOT the victim of any sort of crime at all. In London, this year, there have been many lurid headlines about the murder rate but the fact remains that seven million people have not been stabbed or shot. And the crime rate across the whole country continues to fall. Something it’s been doing since the Nineties. Why? We know the police are all busy looking into claims that a long-dead DJ may have goosed a fan back in the Seventies. And … [Read more...] about Cops should go all Liam Neeson when we step out of line and scare us into good behaviour