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Princeton Needs Ex-Mayor Yina Moore’s “Wise Counsel Now More Than Ever”

To the Editor: Yina Moore’s term as mayor of Princeton Borough was short, but distinguished. That it was distinguished should surprise no one. Yina is uniquely informed, both by an…

Princeton Human Services Commission Extends Thanks to Donors in Gift Drive

To the Editor: On behalf of the Princeton Human Services Commission and department, we extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the 52 individuals/families and 17 community/University organizations for their…

Ways to Take Advantage of Second Chance For Sustainable Development of Hospital Site

To the Editor: Princeton has gained a second chance for a smart, sustainable development on the old hospital site, now that AvalonBay’s plan was rejected by the Planning Board. Our…

Noting the Spirit of Unity at Jan. 1 Merger; Residents and Merchants Deserve Thanks

To the Editor: On behalf of the Princeton Transition Task Force and the Consolidation Commission, I want to thank residents who came out on New Year’s Day to celebrate the…

Remembering General Norman Schwarzkopf As a Playful Fifth Grader at Nassau St. School

To the Editor: I just read the notice of General Norman Schwarzkopf’s passing and it brought back a flood of childhood memories. Is there anyone else in town who remembers…

Commending Staff and Benefits Of YWCA Princeton’s ESL Program

To the Editor: As a member of the Princeton community for the past 17 years, I want to commend the staff, teachers, and volunteers who work with the English as…

An Open Letter to Dept. of Public Works About the Resale of Recycling Barrel Lids

To the Editor: I am looking forward to participating in our new Princeton refuse collection and would like to make a suggestion/request. When the yellow and green plastic recycling barrels…

Municipality’s Memo on Trash Collection Confusing, Could Use Further Clarification

To the Editor: Now that our consolidated municipality is collecting everyone’s trash, citizens are scrambling to comply with the December 17 refuse collection memo. Unfortunately, there is confusion, especially in…

Summarizing Reasons for Planning Board’s 7-3 Decision Against the AvalonBay Project

To the Editor: The 7-3 Planning Board vote against AvalonBay was decisive. After chastising AvalonBay for falsely claiming to have presented a concept plan, one member said, “We are as…

University Sliding Bad Project (Dinky) Through Approval Process Under Cover of Good One

To the Editor: I am greatly disappointed to hear that the Princeton Regional Planning Board has voted to approve Princeton University’s plans for its new Arts Center and the Dinky…