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Time to Have a Community Discussion About Putting Utility Wires Underground

To the Editor: We need to have a community discussion about our unreliable utility system and the possibility of putting utility wires underground over a 5 or 10 year period.…

The Sword Family Expresses “Deepest Gratitude” To “Our Incredible Princeton Community of Friends”

To the Editor: In the words of Bill Sword, Jr., thank you for all of your tender mercies. In the midst of the chaos and devastation that our community experienced…

Neighborhood Sends Appreciation to PSE&G For Helpful Work During “Monumental” Storm

To the Editor: The residents of the Bouvant/White Oak/Stuart neighborhood would like to thank PSE&G for all they have done to restore our power. We realize that this was the…

The Library’s Supportive Environment During Storm Inspires Gratitude of Greater Princeton Community

To the Editors: My children and I were among the lucky beneficiaries of the Princeton Public Library’s generosity in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. I am writing to extend my…

Contributions Beyond the Call of Duty Made Ordeal of Sandy More Manageable

To the Editor: Princeton has survived yet another storm, and this was one for the record books. We’re grateful for the tireless efforts of our first responders and utility crews,…

AvalonBay Misleads Our Community, Seeks to Override Master Plan, Code

To the Editor: AvalonBay demands a building for 324 units (to maximize profits) for the bonus of 44 over 280 originally planned. They want only 17.3 percent affordable housing units,…

AvalonBay Has Misrepresented Facts About Borough Code Related to Old Hospital Site

To the Editor: Princetonians should know that AvalonBay has rashly misrepresented plain facts about the Borough Code related to the old hospital site. At the Planning Board meeting on Oct.…

Future Taxes Will Go Up Even if New Mayor, Council Find Way to Keep Tax Rates Unchanged

To the Editor: Between 2010 and 2012 the Township’s tax rate remained flat but the County tax rate increased by 5.6 percent and the Regional School tax rate increased by…

Princeton Residents Should Vote “Yes” On Ballot Question About Open Space Tax

To the Editor: It is very important for Princeton citizens to vote ‘yes’ on November 6 on the ballot question about continuing our open space tax (OST). The Township first…

Letters Supporting Woodbridge Cite Character, Community Involvement

To the Editor: I write this letter in strong support of Dick Woodbridge for Mayor of our consolidated Princeton. As a former Democrat Councilman, I worked with Dick on Borough…