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Former Member of Planning Board, Longtime Resident Endorses Sue Nemeth and Bernie Miller

To the Editor: As we enter the second year of the new Princeton it is more important than ever that we have Council members who have a demonstrated track record…

Asking All Voters to Think Long and Hard About Jo Butler’s Contribution to Council

To the Editor: I am supporting Jo Butler for Princeton Council and I ask all voters to think long and hard about the vital contribution she has made to the…

Pedestrian Crosswalks on New Alexander Traffic Circle May Ultimately Prove Hazardous

To the Editor: It’s very exciting to see the new Arts and Transit project coming together. I know there has been a lot of thoughtful deliberation about the new vehicle…

Why Have a Contested Democratic Primary When Both Incumbents Are Doing a Good Job?

To the Editor: I was quite surprised to see a contested Democratic primary. From my vantage point I felt Council was working well together with balanced representation from both the…

PU Students Prison Tutoring Program Should Help Put Inmates on Right Path

To the Editor: I really enjoyed reading the article on Princeton University students volunteering their time to tutor prisoners [Town Topics, Feb. 19, p. 5]. I find this idea to be…

A Master of the Fine Print, Jo Butler Is Not Afraid to Ask Pointed Questions

To the Editor: I endorse Jo Butler for Princeton Town Council. Jo has worked tirelessly for the citizens of Princeton to assure that our tax dollars are well spent. She…

There’s An Easy Way to Decrease Damage That Tossed Plastics Do to the Environment

To the Editor: If the Sustainable Princeton (SP) Great Ideas Breakfast on January 31 at Princeton Public Library is any indication, reducing waste in our community is important to many…

With HSP Leaving, Bainbridge House’s 18th-century Interior Faces Uncertain Fate

To the Editor: Currently the Garden Theater is showing The Monuments Men, the subject of which is the extraordinary effort by the Allies during World War II to protect, preserve, and…

Wrong to Suggest That a PCDO Endorsement Has Further Implications in the Primary Race

To the Editor: Roger Martindell’s letter of February 12, [Proposing an Open Democratic Primary To Offset PCDO’s Endorsement Meetings”] is correct in describing how a candidate can win the endorsement…

Supporting Bernie Miller and Sue Nemeth: Council Needs to Work as a Team of Six

To the Editor: Princeton needs leaders on Council who will work as a team of six to navigate the many decisions that still need to be made to realize the…