Pedestrian demanding accountability
I was run down by a speeding bicycle that made a turn as I was crossing to the curb on 2nd Avenue and 11th Street.
I suffered a break in my pelvis as well as torn adductor muscles. When I tell people the story each one has another story of being hit by a bicycle themselves or knowing someone close who was hit similarly. Careless bicycle riders have no liability for their recklessness.
If there was some identification like license plates or numbered placards the riders would take more care knowing that they could be identified.
We demand licenses on cars so why not bicycles, which can be as deadly when driven thoughtlessly?
Toni Davis, PCV
Enjoying new look and feel of T&V
Dear Mr. Hagedorn,
Wow! Right away I noticed the texture of Town & Village newspaper. I like it.
The quality of the paper is way better than the New York Times. The paper feels good and firm just like the staff of T&V. Keep up the good work. Kudos to all.
The only regret I have is that sometimes delivery comes on Friday. We missed the “Free Events this Week.” T&V is an excellent community newspaper. More power to you all.
Editor’s note: Thank you for the kind words. Incidentally, we plan to speak with the USPS soon to see what can be done about late deliveries.