October 30, 2019

Two Home-Grown Women Poised To Make Impact on Princeton Council

To the Editor:

I’m excited to see the positive impact that Mia Sacks and Michelle Pirone Lambros will make on Princeton Council when you elect them on November 5.

Both have family history with generational ties to Princeton and I know they will represent all Princetonians. They bring progressive ideals, Democratic values, and a much-needed emphasis on planning for Princeton’s future.

Mia and Michelle’s work in the community has demonstrated their deep-seated commitment to prioritizing equity and inclusion in every area of our town. They are especially concerned about building resiliency into Princeton’s infrastructure so that our most vulnerable residents are protected from the increasing impacts of climate change.

Through its impact on their families, Mia and Michelle have had a front row seat to observe the devastating social and economic impact from the loss of housing options for the middle class in Princeton. Through their service on the Planning and Zoning Boards, and involvement with numerous local organizations, they are already immersed in the challenges to keeping Princeton affordable. They are working to find solutions and prepared to hit the ground running this January 1.

On November 5, you have the opportunity to show your support for two dynamic women with the courage and tenacity to ensure that Princeton remains a welcoming and affordable town. Please join me in voting for Mia Sacks and Michelle Pirone Lambros for Princeton Council.

Tommy Parker
Leigh Avenue