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Vol. LXV, No. 45
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
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Town Talk

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

Question of the Week:

“What are your thoughts about how the local political campaigns have been conducted?”


“More positive and analytical with more facts rather than appeals to emotion should be the basis of deciding.”

— David Kinsey, Princeton

“I’m confused. I see there are certain attitudes in different parts of town. There is a lot of information and I don’t have time to read the nitty gritty information. It would be nice to have a clear, concise document comparing the changes that would occur if you were a Borough or Township resident should these changes occur.”

— Galina Chernaya, Princeton

“It’s been interesting and I’ve been paying attention to it. I did get some mailings that were extremely negative. I was surprised because I thought we might be above it. It works on both sides and I don’t like negative campaigning.”

— Derry Light, Princeton


“Very quietly, it’s hard to make a big fuss here because there are a lot of town ordinances. There’s very little open discussion and not much advertising. I grew up here but now I’m away at school.”

— Alexei Aitouganov,  Princeton

“Everything seems quite civilized. The cards are not as negative as in some places. I’m interested in the consolidation of the two Princeton’s which has been handled very nicely. They have done this study which has been helpful. This issue is coming up again 30 years later. It’ll be interesting to see what happens.”

— Pam Jardine, Princeton


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