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Revamping Like NYC’s Traffic Initiative Needed for Nassau Street Intersections

To the Editor: I hope everyone read about [New York City] Mayor de Blasio’s traffic initiative in changing the timing of stop-lights at fifty (50) dangerous intersections in New York…

While Bike Lanes Might Help, Real Issue Is Accountability on the Part of the Biker

To the Editor: I am writing in response to letters regarding bike lanes in Princeton. One letter mentioned that “bike lanes are safer for car drivers” in addition to being…

Dinky Rider Would Trade Fancy Architecture For Indoor Schedule, Ticket Vending Machine

To the Editor: As a long time resident of Princeton, I have watched the various conflicting issues that have arisen and evolved: The latest one being the new Dinky Station…

Council Member Urges Residents Concerned About Bike Lanes Ordinance to Be at Meeting

To the Editor: The issue of bike lanes versus on street parking is coming before Princeton’s municipal council. Princeton’s Pedestrian and Bike Advisory Committee has been working on plans for…

Former Board Member Sees “Fiscal Cliff” Threat to Quality of Princeton Public Schools

The following is an open letter to Princeton Public Schools staff, students and parents: To the Editor: I am grateful for the opportunity that I have had over the last…

Noting That Friends of Princeton Open Space Has Not Yet Taken Any Position on Bike Lane

To the Editor: In your January 14 edition, I was quoted in an article about Council’s consideration of a proposed bike lane on Hamilton Avenue [“Council Introduces Bike Lane Ordinance”].…

Council Should Pass Ordinance That Significantly Reduces Single-Use Bags

To the Editor: Princeton Council should pass an ordinance that significantly reduces single-use bags — carry-out bags at points-of-sale — and make Princeton the first New Jersey municipality to enact…

Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee Says Bike Lanes Are Good for Everyone in Princeton

To the Editor: Princeton Council recently voted to have a public hearing on installing bike lanes on Hamilton Avenue between North Harrison Street and Snowden Lane. In addition to our…

Princeton Democratic Municipal Committee Encourages Local Democrats to Get Involved

To the Editor: As chair of the Princeton Democratic Municipal Committee and as president of the Princeton Community Democratic Organization, we are writing to encourage all Princeton Democrats to consider…

Let’s Help Stop Spread of Infectious Diseases By Passing an Earned Sick Days Ordinance

To the Editor: Two recent events demonstrate that in addition to doing what’s right for all our workers, there are very pragmatic reasons for the Town to adopt an ordinance…