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Route One Changes Creating Gridlock, Destroying Quality of Life in Princeton

To the Editor: The closing of left turns at Washington Road and Harrison Street on Route One has created gridlock in Princeton. The town already had a traffic problem, given…

New Westerly Road Church Honors Land and Values of the Community

To the Editor: On November 11, Westerly Road Church will hold a ground-breaking ceremony for the new construction of a church in Princeton. For a long time our thriving church…

Emphasizing His Deep Roots in Community, Supporter Makes Case for Dick Woodbridge

To the Editor: It is with great conviction that I enthusiastically support Dick Woodbridge as candidate for the first mayor of united Princeton. At this crucial time in Princeton’s history,…

In the Week of the Library Book Sale, A Cautionary Tale of Abandoned Books

To the Editor: A couple months back, a house near ours was looking deserted. A dumpster finally appeared and I noticed among the discards some wood that would be perfect…

Pin Oaks Are Most Populous Street Trees In Borough Says Shade Tree Commission

To the Editor: The Princeton Borough Shade Tree Commission is pleased to announce its inventory of approximately 2300 street trees (102 species) is now officially on line and accessible to the…

Pointing Out the Potential for Contaminated Debris, Dust When Hospital Is Demolished

To the Editor: I meant to write much earlier than this to thank Jane Buttars, Dr. Vojislava Pohristic, and Alexi Assumus for providing the much needed information on the status…

Thanks to Community, Artists, Friends, Others For Helping Celebrate Arts Council’s 45th Year

To the Editor: In celebration of our 45th anniversary, the Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) sends heartfelt thanks to the community for its continued support and participation. The ACP was…

Registered Democrat, 30 Year Resident Supporting Dick Woodbridge for Mayor

To the Editor: Though I am a registered Democrat who has lived in Princeton Borough for more than 30 years, I had never publicly supported a political candidate or issue,…

Princetonians Who Care About Our Future Can Ask Assembly Reps to Oppose A 2586

To the Editor: At least two of Princeton’s largest institutions, Rider University and Princeton University, are supporting proposed legislation now in the State Assembly that would empower them to build…

Former Borough Mayor Reed Admires Lempert’s Talent for Consensus-Building

To the Editor: Over the past several years, it’s been my pleasure to work in local government with Liz Lempert. I heartily urge you to cast your vote for her…