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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…

Turning Left Out of U.S. 1 Sunoco Station Dangerous Now That Harrison Has 3 Lanes

To the Editor: Making a left turn out of the Route 1/Harrison Street Sunoco Station onto Harrison Street is a hazardous vehicular motion and should be banned. The recently completed…

Princeton Democrats for Council Opted To Team Up and Work Together

To the Editor: Something very interesting happened on the way to the forum to elect our first united government in Princeton. The six Democratic candidates for Council — Heather Howard,…

Supporters of Abstinence Education Dispute Claims in Recent Article, Ask for Public Debate

To the Editor: We support abstinence education and are writing in response to the Town Topics’ article, “Five Year Strategic Plan Outlined at Sexuality Education Fundraiser” (Town Topics, Oct. 17,…

NJDEP-Licensed Consultant Faults Report Done for AvalonBay on Contamination at Site

To the Editor: I am licensed by the NJDEP and for ten years have owned an environmental contracting company that I still work for in a consulting capacity. I was…

Transit Component of Arts Plan Is Still In Need of Improvement

To the Editor: The plans unveiled by Princeton University at last week’s Regional Planning Board hearing made it abundantly clear that the Dinky train line to the historic train station…

Friends of the Princeton Public Library Acknowledge Support “Beyond Words”

To the Editor: On Friday, September 29, more than 300 members of the community joined the Friends of the Princeton Public Library for “Beyond Words,” the Friends’ annual benefit to…

Supporters of Dick Woodbridge Stress Warmth, Experience, Advantages of Two-Party Control

To the Editor: As a Princeton resident for most of seven decades I long believed this would be an even better place to live if it were one town with…