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Special Thanks to Three Trustees Retiring From Public Library Board

To the Editor: I enjoyed reading in last week’s paper about the new appointees to the Princeton Public Library’s Board of Trustees (“Ringing in the New, Library Board Welcomes Six New Members,”…

Borough, Township History Can Be Preserved In Our Collective Memory by Retaining Names

To the Editor: It’s great to be living in a united Princeton! I note that there’s concern about the possible re‑naming of Borough Hall and the Township Municipal Building (or…

Volunteers Are Needed to Help CASA Find Safe, Permanent Homes for Children

To the Editor: Nelson Mandela insightfully noted, “There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.” Last year over 500…

We Should Welcome Increased Population Density, New Apartment Buildings in Town

To the Editor: Princeton is in a unique position within the surrounding region as the one place that can provide a car-free lifestyle. While residents of West Windsor or Montgomery…

With Arts Development Subject of Litigation, PU Is Demolishing Mid-19th Century Houses

To the Editor: If Princetonians want to see something sad, they should drive down Alexander Street. Between the WaWa and Skillman Furniture, opposite the golf course, Princeton University is demolishing…

PCSN Thanks Planning Board, Others For Helping “Protect Princeton’s Future”

To the Editor: Princeton Citizens for Sustainable Neighborhoods (PCSN) wishes to thank the entire Princeton community for its help in rejecting AvalonBay’s application to build a fortress-megablock on the old…

New Princeton Government Should Reset Priorities, Put Them With the Residents

To the Editor: I attended the January 3 open meeting of the new Princeton municipality. The meeting was advertised as setting priorities. For the first hour, Joseph Stefko of the…

Princeton Needs Ex-Mayor Yina Moore’s “Wise Counsel Now More Than Ever”

To the Editor: Yina Moore’s term as mayor of Princeton Borough was short, but distinguished. That it was distinguished should surprise no one. Yina is uniquely informed, both by an…

Princeton Human Services Commission Extends Thanks to Donors in Gift Drive

To the Editor: On behalf of the Princeton Human Services Commission and department, we extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the 52 individuals/families and 17 community/University organizations for their…

Ways to Take Advantage of Second Chance For Sustainable Development of Hospital Site

To the Editor: Princeton has gained a second chance for a smart, sustainable development on the old hospital site, now that AvalonBay’s plan was rejected by the Planning Board. Our…