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Vol. LXI, No. 45
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
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Town Talk

A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“As you head to the polls, what issues are most important to you?”

“To me, the most important thing is the taxes. The amount of taxes we pay in Princeton Borough is outrageous. The environment is also very important to me, but the taxes are the most important thing. I am also in favor of the state sponsored stem cell research program. This is extremely important in the battle to eliminate certain diseases.”

Shoshana Parsells, Western Way

“I think that stem cell research should not be at taxpayers expense and that we should not use embryos for research.”

Dotty Sams, Prospect Avenue

“I am very much in favor of stem cell research sponsored by the state government. I am also in favor of the ballot question outlining a 1 percent sales tax increase for property tax relief with restriction to those whose income is below the current level for the homeowners rebate.”

Richard Stone, Sayre Drive

“Anything to do with the environment and lowering taxes is important to me.”

Olga Hasty, Dogwood Lane

“I am a graduate student here and what is important to me is the disconnect between Princeton University and the rest of the community. That would be an issue I would like to see addressed in some way.”

Nadia Ellis, Alexander Road

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