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Princeton Merchants Association Thanks Simpson, DOT, for Constructive Meeting

To the Editor: On behalf of The Princeton Merchants Association and the business community of Princeton, we would like to thank Commissioner James Simpson and the Department of Transportation for…

Consolidation Transition Task Force Can Re-Invent Delivery of Municipal Services

To the Editor: The newly appointed Consolidation Transition Task Force has the opportunity to do more than merely smooth the way to a consolidated Princeton. It has the chance to…

A Veblen-Einstein Solution Proposed For Institute Faculty Housing Problem

To the Editor: I have always been a supporter of the Institute for Advanced Study. When I served on Princeton Township Committee I voted to appropriate $14 million in taxpayer…

Toward A Clearer Understanding: Information on the Historic Context of the Battlefield Issue

To the Editor: It might be useful to take a step back in understanding that the site of the Battle of Princeton counterattack was envisioned from the beginning to be…

Yes to IAS After Putting Both Arguments in Perspective, Defining “Sacred Ground”

To the Editors: I am not an historian nor can I quote prior discussions between the Institute and the State on the Institute’s Planning Application. However, it may be more…

“How do you plan to stay healthy during the cold and flu season?”

“Wash my hands a lot and take extra vitamin C.” —Laura Connolly, Princeton “I am exercising and I wash my hands at every possible moment. I work at the University…

More Fond Memories of Bob Staples, First Host of the Library’s Living Room

To the Editor: I read your story about Bob Staples, a former director of the Princeton Public Library (although he preferred to be called “Librarian”), with great pleasure. During his…

Houses in IAS Plan Will Be Farther From Battlefield than Other Houses

To the Editor: I support the plan to build houses for Institute faculty members at the site that was promised for this purpose in 1971 when the IAS donated land…

It’s Time for PRS, Township Committee To Turn Over VRS to Local Non-Profit

To the Editor: The time for the Princeton Regional School Board and the Township Committee to turn ownership of the Valley Road School over to the non-profit Valley Road School…

Obstructionism of Opponents to IAS Plan Likened to Pressure Groups Blocking Progress

To the Editor: Hasn’t the guerilla warfare — the historical obfuscation and relentless obstructionism — of the Princeton Battlefield Society against the modest housing plans of the Institute for Advanced…