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AvalonBay Should Add Public Archway For Building 2 and Utilize Solar Power

To the Editor: AvalonBay could do two things to make its development proposal much more palatable to a public that finds Plan B woefully massive, monolithic in scale, and noncompliant…

Compare Size of Marketfair’s Residence Inn With the Largest of AvalonBay’s Five Buildings

  To the Editor: Where can Princeton residents go to see a building similar in scale to the largest of the five AvalonBay buildings submitted to the Planning Board for…

AvalonBay Should Embrace the Future By Including a Composting Program

  To the Editor: AvalonBay should have a composting program in its proposed development — a win-win situation for everyone. With composting, AvalonBay would pay $65/ton to haul organic food…

Minority Opposition to AvalonBay Development Impacts Families in Need of Affordable Housing

  To the Editor: As a former resident of Princeton for over 30 years, I am writing regarding the pending application from AvalonBay for the hospital site. AvalonBay has made…

The Valley Road School-Adaptive Reuse Committee Responds to Questions Deserving Immediate Answers

  To the Editor: As signatures continue to mount for saving Valley Road School and putting the question on the ballot, a couple of other questions deserve immediate answers. First,…

Hospital Neighbor Is Concerned About AvalonBay’s Grasp of Demolition Risks

  To the Editor: Living across the road from the hospital site brings up a number of concerns, not the least of them is concern about AvalonBay’s planning with regards…

Ninth Annual ETS Firecracker 5K Run/Walk Raised $20,000 for Bilingual Nursery School

To the Editor: On behalf of the Bilingual Nursery School at the YWCA Princeton, I would like to thank the many people who contributed to the success of the 9th…

Municipal Code for the MRRO Zone Requires Affordable Set-Aside of Two Units in Townhouses

  To the Editor: We’re pleased that Jon Vogel has made a commitment to an equitable redistribution of affordable housing units as a part of the AvalonBay Princeton project. But…

Governor’s Latest Budget Underfunds Schools, Gives Corporations Over $200 Million in Tax Cuts

To the Editor, I am extremely disappointed by the decision of New Jersey legislators to give Governor Christie’s latest budget a rubber stamp. The budget the governor just signed underfunds…

Threat of Silent Spring From Your Own Kitty? Cat Owners Should Keep Their Pets Inside

To the Editor: This spring I noticed what I did not hear in the morning hours — sounds of multiple birds greeting the dawn in my “tree street” neighborhood. It…