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AvalonBay Refuses Retail Space, Compost, Green Building Materials

To the Editor: Can Princeton afford AvalonBay’s refusals? In 2006 Planning Board discussions leading to the new Master Plan for the hospital zone, virtually everyone agreed that local retail is…

Curbside Organics/Food Waste Program Saves Money, Space, Should Be Continued

To the Editor: I have been enrolled in the Curbside Food Waste Program since it’s inception almost 18 months ago and am a huge proponent. The program is a great…

Letters Supporting Woodbridge for Mayor Stress Leadership, Princeton Roots, Fairness

To the Editor: I was delighted when I found out that my long time friend, fellow volunteer and associate Dick Woodbridge is seeking election as the first mayor of the…

Supporters of Deputy Mayor Liz Lempert Cite Intellect, Vision, Consensus Building

To the Editor: We are residents of Princeton Borough and Princeton Township, soon to be consolidated into one unified Princeton and are writing to support the candidacy of Liz Lempert…

Assembly Bill 2586 Giving Colleges Green Light Would Increase Taxes

To the Editor: Assembly Bill 2586 has been fast tracked through the legislative process to allow for an exemption for private colleges and universities from local land-use regulations. Proponents of…

Council Votes to Protect Western Section, Approves AvalonBay Plan for Eastern Side

To the Editor; The recent unanimous vote by Borough Council to recommend the formation of an Historic District in the “western Section” is a stark contrast to their unanimous vote…

Announcing “Smart Traffic Solutions” Demonstration on Saturday, October 13

To the Editor: I would like to know what Joe Dee and the NJDOT consider “something severe enough to stop this pilot program” if 9-plus accidents in Penn’s Neck since…

Supporter of Liz Lempert for Mayor Notes Her Role in Design, Financing for New Pool

To the Editor: I’m writing to urge the election of Liz Lempert as our united Princeton’s first mayor. I support Liz for many reasons, but I want to note especially…

Princeton Environmental Commission Memo Asks Planning Board for “Proof of Remediation”

To the Editor: Princeton citizens, caring about the health of our community, should know the Princeton Environmental Commission (PEC), in an October 4 memo to the Planning Board and the Site…

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…