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Assemblywoman Donna Simon Has Established an Outstanding Record

To the Editor: We in Princeton are very fortunate to have such a hard-working and decent Assemblywoman as Donna Simon. In the few months she has represented the 16th Legislative…

Princeton a Different Place 20 Years Ago; Liz Lempert Has Moved Princeton Forward

To the Editor: Anyone who has contacted Liz Lempert during her tenure as a Committee Woman and Deputy Mayor, knows that she is accessible, open-minded, knowledgeable, hard-working, and thorough. We…

Background in Business and Finance Qualify Geoff Aton for Princeton Council

To the Editor: I am enthusiastically supporting Geoff Aton for Princeton Council. Geoff’s background in business and finance will help to ensure that the ambitious goals of municipal consolidation will…

Democratic Slate Represents Unity in Diversity, Have Logged Thousands of Hours for Princeton

To the Editor, Having worked with every member of this year’s Democratic slate for the new Princeton municipal council and mayor, we feel lucky to have the opportunity to vote…

Success of Friends of Library Book Sale Shows Community’s Love of Books, Library

To the Editor: The Friends of the Princeton Public Library Annual Book Sale, held the weekend of October 12-14, was a resounding success and a testament to a community that…

Acknowledging Community, Business Support For Crawford House’s Recent Harvest Dinner

To The Editor: I wanted to take this opportunity to thank the community for supporting our recent Harvest Dinner. In particular, I would like to thank the area businesses both…

The Vulnerable Patient Is in Good Hands With Merwick’s Caring, Superior Quality Staff

To the Editor: For those of us who lamented the demise of our venerable Merwick Rehabilitation Center, I am happy to report that it is alive and thriving, shiny and…

Zoning Exemption Bill 2586 Will Deal Critical Blow to Princeton Community

To the Editor: If passed, Bill A2586 would exempt private universities and colleges from complying with zoning. This would be a nightmare for Princeton, Plainsboro, West Windsor, and Lawrence, as…

Medical Center Has Breached Its Original Commitment to the Princeton Community

To the Editor: We now know of the Medical Center’s original commitment to the Princeton community — and its breach of that commitment. On May 26, 2005, Barry Rabner (president…

Kudos for the Way Borough Council Handled Extensive, Sometimes Exasperating Renovation

To the Editor: Our neighborhood, Scott Lane/Bainbridge Street, has just gone through an extensive and necessary renovation, involving new sewers, new sidewalks, and new street paving. Like all renovations, it…