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Retiring Director of Health Care Ministry Notes Support of Princeton Community

To the Editor: As I prepare to leave the Health Care Ministry (HCM) of Princeton, I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone in the Princeton Community who has…

Celebrating Princeton Fire Department’s Service to Residents on Its 225th Birthday

To the Editor: February 11 marks the Princeton Fire Department’s 225th birthday, making it one of the country’s longest operating volunteer departments. We should all praise the exceptional people who…

The Hospital No Longer Deserves Site Development “Density Bonus”

To the Editor: At last Thursday’s Hospital Ordinance Task Force meeting, the committee heard that Council did not approve their recommendation to reduce the allowed density (number of units) at…

The Number One Priority on Wish List For Use of Hospital Site Is Fewer Units

To the Editor: We have all contributed in many ways to help make Princeton what it is today. We all have a stake in its future. It is a wonderful…

Sustainable Princeton Leadership Awards Put Spotlight on Citizen Contributions to Planet

To the Editor: This is to congratulate the awardees of the Sustainable Princeton Leadership Awards, presented at the Princeton Public Library on January 23 by Mayor Liz Lempert and Princeton…

Noting “Blatant Conflict of Interest” in PILOT Negotiation With Spouse of PU Employee

To the Editor: Having the University’s payment-in-lieu-of-taxes negotiated by the spouse of a University employee is a blatant conflict of interest. That this negotiation was done behind closed doors, with…

Proposal Prohibiting Underage Alcohol Use On Private Property Raises Serious Concerns

To the Editor: The proposal before the Princeton Council to prohibit underage consumption of alcohol on private property is a well-meaning initiative that nevertheless raises substantial concerns and therefore should…

Increased Population Density Will Bring Increased Traffic, Accidents, More Crime

To the Editor: The use of hyperbole, exaggeration, and false conclusions in David Keddie’s letter promoting AvalonBay style high-density apartments for Princeton (“We Should Welcome Increased Population,” Town Topics, Jan.…

Habitat for Humanity’s “ReStore” Aims to Help Make Homes Whole

To the Editor: As I observe the constant flow — and hear the excited chatter — of people carting windows, doors, washing machines, and other materials out of our Habitat…

Yes to Suggestion That Borough, Township Buildings Keep Names

To the Editor: I support the suggestion made by Harvey Rothberg to keep the old names for Borough Hall and Township Hall, and I agree with his two reasons, namely…