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Urging Members of Princeton Council To Pass Upcoming Plastic Bag Ordinance

To the Editor: It’s decision time for Princeton: Will we continue in the forefront of sustainability efforts throughout New Jersey, as we do now? A plastic bag ordinance will come…

Lytle Street Homeowner Offers Some Thoughts On Mary Moss Playground, Affordable Housing

To the Editor: I have been following the news regarding Lytle Street for a while [“Vote on Purchase of Lytle Street House Is Postponed by Council After Protests,” Town Topics,…

Consolidation Accomplished Little Tax Relief; If BOE Exempts Itself, the Hoax Is Complete

To the Editor: This front page article [“Budget Waivers Would Allow District to Exceed 2 Percent Property Tax Cap,” Town Topics, March 16, page one,] starts with a question, reportedly…

Letters Question Abrupt Dismissal Of Princeton’s Animal Control Officer

To the Editor: The abrupt dismissal of Mark Johnson, Princeton’s animal control officer, leaves many unanswered questions. Recent articles in local newspapers have only added to the confusion. We have…

Sophia Rose Designs Showroom in Pennington Offers Variety of Kitchen and Bathroom Displays

Lisa Sprague, owner of Sophia Rose Designs, is embarked on a new adventure. In 2014, she purchased the longtime Saums Interiors business in Hopewell, and looking to put her own…

Cosmetic and Reconstructive Dentistry Offered by Prosthodontics of Princeton

A missing tooth or teeth? A damaged, fractured, or worn tooth? Teeth looking a little “gray”? If you can identify with any of these situations, Prosthodontics of Princeton may be able…

Former Member of Planning Board Faults Frequent Lawsuits Initiated by Self Interest

To the Editor: As a former member of the Planning Board, for 12 years and Princeton resident for 35 years, it saddens me that some members of our community have…

Princeton’s African American Community Should Be Remembered Every Month 

To the Editor: I was pleased to see the African American community of Princeton recognized for Black History Month, even though this community has been a vital part of Princeton…

Hoping Readers Will Support Organization That Supports Those Who Are Grieving

To the Editor: My father died when I was 10, and it was a very lonely, awkward, and painful time for me. I am writing this letter in the hope…

Two Residents Disagree With the Decision To Dismiss Animal Control Officer Johnson

To the Editor: Longtime Princeton residents, my husband and I have called upon Mark Johnson a number of times and he has always come through for us — a dead…