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PU Men’s Basketball Tune-Up Games Should Be Against Division II Teams

To the Editor: Every year the Princeton University men’s basketball team has a tune up game with a Division III college as a preliminary step towards playing the rest of…

In Spite of Weather, Bill Scheide’s 100th Birthday Concert Was an Inspiring and Memorable Evening

To the Editor: Snow and freezing temperatures could not suppress the contagious and exuberant spirits of Judy and Bill Scheide the evening of January 25, when they invited the Princeton community to share in the celebration of Bill’s…

Miller, Nemeth Have Proven Discourse Need Not Be Acrimonious to Get Results

To the Editor: We live in a time when civility in public life is in short supply. Members of Congress leading the Tea Party were willing to shut the federal…

Jo Butler Has Proven Record of Advocating for Informed Decisions on Use of Taxpayer Dollar

To the Editor: Informed decisions require knowledge of the topic, constructive questions, transparency, open-mindedness, and the most important and uncomfortable component, which is the discussion of difficult issues. The new…

Council Needs to Avoid any Semblance Of “Group-Think” in Its Decision-Making

To the Editor: We have experienced Jo Butler as a smart, conscientious Council member who is committed to open and effective government — first on Borough Council, now on Princeton…

Un-Elected, Un-Appointed Tree Streeter Fans Secessionist Flames for Jo Butler

To the Editor: The Tree Street residents have spoken — on January 1, 2015, we will officially de-consolidate from Princeton. The newly formed municipality, called Princeton Arbor, will hold elections…

Passions, Interests, Local Politics: A Madisonian Argument for the Re-election of Jo Butler

To the Editor: On the front page of the January 8 Town Topics [“Miller and Nemeth Join Forces for Council Run”], a Princeton political elite is quoted as saying ”There…

Some Suggestions for Helping Princeton Deal With Leaves, Financially and Environmentally

To the Editor: The way we deal with fallen leaves in Princeton is not sustainable financially or environmentally. In 2010 it was estimated that it cost the then-Township and Borough…

Princeton Residents Joining to Endorse Candidacies of Bernie Miller, Sue Nemeth

To the Editor: We are writing to strongly endorse the candidacies of Bernie Miller and Sue Nemeth for the Princeton Council. One year into the consolidated Princeton, we are still…

A Call for Princeton Democrats to Serve Their Community by Running for Council

To the Editor: In 2014, year two of the new consolidated Princeton, two seats on the Princeton Council will be up for election. As the President of the Princeton Community…