Once again I am writing about the wonderful West New York Housing Authority. They have this medical van with this wonderful driver named Richard Tedesco and he has this copilot named Pete and he sits in the copilot seat and opens the doors for the residents that are taken to the doctor appointments. Sometimes when Richie would pick me up he would have this other resident in the van also his name was Joe; what a guy he was, a very nice person. But last month he lost his life and died. I really never met this man named Joe only when I would walk down the hill in the morning to catch a bus or buy a paper and he would be sitting on the bench reading his paper. Like I said he was one hell of a nice person. Well getting back to the West New York Housing Authority they are 100 percent perfect in my book and yes they have made a few mistakes but I would never leave West New York for anything. So once again I would like to say thank you to my old maintenance man, his name is Jose and I would also thank the maintenance men here. They are two very nice people and I would also thank the medical van people; they are Richie, and his copilot Pete, and I would also like to thank Magda for working with me to get me into this wonderful building called the Kennedy Towers, and I would also like to thank personal to Robert DiVincent and the office staff here at the wonderful West New York Housing Authority and I would like to say thank you to Barbara, Maria, Magda, Tony, Hecter and Rickey. And if I forgot anybody I will get you in my next letter.