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Without Equitable Facilities, We Are Failing In A Fundamental Aspect Of Bicycle Advocacy 

To the Editor: Regarding John Frederick’s letter to the editor  [“No Effort Seems to Be Spent on Impressing Local Cyclists With Their Responsibilities,” Mailbox, July 16], one could easily argue…

Unfair to Suggest “Prevailing Anarchy” Among Princeton’s Cycling Community 

To the Editor: A July 16 letter to the editor was headed “No Effort Seems to Be Spent on Impressing Local Cyclists With Their Responsibilities.” Although Princeton has its share…

Congratulations to Mayor, Council, Others Who Supported Wage-Theft Ordinance

To the Editor: I write to congratulate Heather Howard, John Heilner, Bob Hough, Elisa Neira, Maria Juega, Mayor Lempert, the Princeton Council, and the many others who have worked so…

Avid Cyclists Agree With Recent Letter On Need to Obey Laws Regarding Cycling

To the Editor: As avid cyclists, we have high praise and full support for John Frederick’s letter in the July 16 Town Topics’s Mailbox pointing out that many cyclists don’t…

No Effort Seems to Be Spent on Impressing Local Cyclists With Their Responsibilities

To the Editor: The painting of “Share the Road” symbols on roads clearly shows that Princeton is anxious to promote the safety of cyclists. May I suggest that there are…

Harriet Bryan House, Elm Court Open Newly Enhanced Community Garden

To the Editor: We’re happy to report that residents, staff, volunteers, and donors recently celebrated the reopening of the newly enhanced Community Garden at Harriet Bryan House and Elm Court.…

Beware Mulch Volcanoes: Our Stately Trees Are Threatened by Landscaping Malpractice

To the Editor: The beauty of a tree has inspired painters and poets. We live in their midst and delight in the cool and stately ambience of a mature landscape.…

After 58 Years in Princeton Lewin Family Says Goodbye and Thanks to Friends and Neighbors

To the Editor, After 58 years, the Lewin family is saying good-bye to Princeton, and we have a lot of thanks to convey. To our many wonderful friends and neighbors,…

No State Agency Should Have the Power to Curtail Princeton’s Explicit Desire for a Diverse Community

To the Editor: Princeton’s fundamental commitment to 20 percent affordable housing — our identity and our citizens’ values — has been law and public policy since 1986. Our commitment is…

AARP Communications Director to Verizon: “Save Our Landlines, Save Our Lifelines”

To the Editor, Imagine this. The roads in your town were all washed away by a major flood. Rather than fix them, your town decides to “upgrade” the way people…