To all our Viewers, Advertisers and Subscribers,
To nearly everyone personally and all of us collectively, 2020 has been a challenge to our spirit, emotional make-up and mental state.
So as we close out this year it is fitting and proper that we take a minute near the stroke of midnight on Dec. 31st to collect our thoughts and pay homage to those we have lost to Coronavirus as well as to those who have lost their livelihoods and fallen on economic hard times due to the pandemic. At the same time, it is worth taking a moment to pay tribute to all the heroic first responders who do everything from hospital work to delivering our food under difficult circumstances.
Following that, however, let us take a deep breath and count our many blessings and move forward into 2021 with renewed hope that the pandemic will end in the coming year, and we can start to pick up the pieces and rebuild our lives.
Here’s wishing you all a happy and healthy 2020. May the coming year bring great personal joy and professional success!
With that we will sign off for the holiday and resume with our newsletter and postings on Monday morning.
The Kings County Politics Staff