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Draft Site Plans Submitted by AvalonBay Suggests Façade of Unrelieved Massiveness

To the Editor: I was dismayed to see the draft site plans that AvalonBay has submitted for its proposed development on the present hospital site. The coldly forbidding four or…

AvalonBay’s Increased Density Bonus Would Permit Closed, Gated Community

To the Editor: For the current hospital site, any building permitted by Borough Ordinance 2012-05, as introduced, will result in a megablock. Such a monolith is specifically disapproved by Borough…

“What are your favorite Easter or Passover foods?”

Dan: “Matzo Ball Soup.” Bryan: “Easter Bunny Chocolate.” —Dan Gorman (left) and Bryan Hill, Princeton “Ham, sweet potato casserole, pineapple swing bread, and hard boiled eggs.” —Ellen and Scott Brown,…

Princeton Resident Frank Ryle, PMP Is an Expert in Project Management

Princeton resident Frank Ryle has recently added “author” to his long list of credentials. Civil engineer, project manager, teacher, pilot, scuba diver, surfer, single-figure golfer, top-flight tennis player — all…

“What books did you find at this year’s Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale?”

“I found the paper back 1932 [Odyssey Press] edition of James Joyce’s Ulysses and assorted other books. And Sophie found books for her to read.” —Doug Haeuber with daughter Sophie,…

Pascale, Buchanan Resignations Suggest Takeover of the Township by the Borough

To the Editor: So now we learn the truth — the consolidation wasn’t a merger, it was a takeover of the Township by the Borough. If this weren’t one sided,…

PHS Boys/Girls Track and Field Team Thanks Supporters of Annual 5K Race

To the Editor: The Princeton High School Boys/Girls Track and Field team thanks the community for its support of the 2nd annual Princeton 5K Race, held Sunday March 18. Special thanks goes to…

Density Bonus Ordinance “Tramples On” Historical Commitment to Housing Diversity

To the Editor, Borough Council (BC) recently voted to introduce an ordinance that would give a density bonus to “any developer” who builds on the almost “old” Princeton Hospital site.…

Taxpayer Money Spent on Deer Cull Should Be Invested Instead in Schools

To the Editor: In “Hoping that Consolidation Brings End to White Buffalo Deer Culling” (Town Topics March 12), Mr. Laznovsky makes the right arguments about the squandering of tens of…

Award-Winning Doerler Landscapes Company Celebrates Fiftieth Anniversary in Business

Building a reputation for high quality work and service over five decades is an outstanding achievement. So many businesses come and go so quickly these days that Doerler Landscapes’ 50…