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Don’t Blame PU: Our Taxes Are High Because of High Cost of Public Schools

To the Editor: A letter writer (“Future Taxes Will Go Up,” Mailbox, Nov. 7) is concerned that due to high property taxes the “middle class in Princeton will be forced…

Consider the Consequences of Allowing A Hostile Developer to Build in Our Town

To the Editor: At the November 15 Planning Board meeting that focused on AvalonBay, I was deeply shocked by the behavior of Mr. Ron Ladell, a vice president and attorney…

AvalonBay Spokesman, Attorney “Disrespectful” “Intemperate,” “Contentious,” at Two Meetings

To the Editor: Is lack of respect for appropriate procedure part of Avalon’s method? People I know who attended the November 15 AvalonBay hearing at the Planning Board (PB) were…

PEC Clarifies Position on Testing For Contamination at Hospital Site

To the Editor: The Princeton Environmental Commission (PEC) would like to clarify a point made in a letter from Jane Buttars (“Planning Board Should Deny AB Application,” Mailbox, Nov. 14)…

Lance Liverman Hopes Princeton’s “Melting Pot” Will Provide Talent for Boards, Commissions

To the Editor: I could never find the correct words to express my sincere gratitude. There were so many Princeton residents who decided to trust me. I do not take…

Bernie Miller Thanks Voters, Volunteers, Looks Forward to Serving New Princeton

To the Editor: I want to thank all those Princetonians who voted for me in the election on November 6. I have worked for consolidation for my entire political career,…

Woodbridge Congratulates Mayor-Elect Lempert, New Council, Thanks Supporters

To the Editor: I would like to warmly congratulate Mayor-elect Liz Lempert for a well-earned victory on November 6 and for running a clean, spirited and issues oriented campaign. Congratulations…

Township Mayor Discusses Storm Response, Thanks Emergency Operations Center, Others

To the Editor: While Hurricane Sandy caused considerable disruption to our community when it struck several weeks ago, the soon-to-be consolidated Princeton stood tall and responded efficiently and effectively. While emergency response…

Simon Thanks People of Princeton, Encourages Diverse Points of View

To the Editor: Thank you to the voters of Princeton for electing me to the new municipal council, and thank you to our local campaign team, supporters, and canvassers. In…

Offering Tips for Communication Sources During “All Too Frequent” Power Outages

To the Editor: In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, and in all of Princeton’s all-too-frequent power outages, communication was key. I’d like to commend the almost-merged Township and Borough…