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40,000 Visitors, 200 Vendors, Spring Weather Make Communiversity’s First Sunday Memorable

To the Editor: On behalf of the board, staff, members, and volunteers of the Arts Council of Princeton, I would like to thank everyone — including over 40,000 visitors, 200…

Recent Reports, Rankings of High School A Wake-Up Call for Change in the System

To the Editor: The image of an ostrich sticking its head in the sand came to mind when reading your article [District Criticizes State Reports, Rankings, Town Topics, page 1,…

Harris Road Residents Outline History Of Hospital’s Redevelopment of Site

To the Editor: What is our community hospital’s role in the redevelopment of its old facility in the heart of Princeton? Harris Road’s long-term residents put down roots close to…

A Response to Schools’ Sustainability Resolution With Reference to the Valley Road School Building

To the Editor: Upon reading the article on page 5 of the May 1 Town Topics [“With District Resolution, Princeton Gets Closer to Sustainable Jersey’s Silver Certification”], I felt a…

Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association Needs Public Engagement on Pipeline’s Impact

To the Editor: In response to the article “Town Releases Documents on Transco Pipeline, Citizen Group Is Formed,” (Town Topics, May 1, page 1), the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association is…

Princeton Area League of Women Voters Finds Communiversity a Well-Run Festival

To the Editor: The League of Women Voters of the Princeton Area thanks the organizers of Communiversity for a well-run festival that allowed the League to publicize its mission to…

AvalonBay Should Produce 3-D Concept Plans, Make Possible Real Dialogue With Residents

To the Editor: So far Princeton residents have been able to glean little of AvalonBay’s new plans for the former hospital site — we have heard a few words: multiple…

Mayor and Council Choose Not to Heed Citizens Addressing Important Issues

To the Editor: When the Mayor and Council of Princeton hear, they do not heed what they hear; when they listen, they do not hear what is said; when citizens…

Choosing a Renewable Electricity Supplier Avoids Participating in Environmental Insults

To the Editor: It is extremely encouraging that Sustainable Princeton (“In Honor of Earth Day, Sustainable Princeton Offers Advice on Best Sources of Green Energy,” mailbox. April 24), is urging…

Kiosk Plan Benefits Private Group Rather Than Taxpayers of Princeton

To The Editor: I would urge the Princeton Town Council to drop the current kiosk plan. Yes, the current kiosks are a bit messy, but so is democracy. In both…