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Council Has Fallen Into Polarized Gridlock, With Trust Lacking, Consolidation Stalled

To the Editor: We are writing to urge all members of the Princeton Community Democratic Organization (PCDO) to vote on March 30 for the candidates for Princeton Council. Those who…

Former Township Mayor Cites Tea Party Tactics of Several Members of Council

To the Editor: As the former mayor of Princeton Township, I had the unique experience of working with all three candidates in this year’s election for two seats on the…

Impressed by Miller and Nemeth’s Positive Campaign, Vision for Future

To the Editor: I am writing to express my support for Bernie Miller and Sue Nemeth for the Princeton Council. I have worked closely with both and know that they…

Question of the Week: “Why is it important to celebrate Albert Einstein?” (Asked during Pi Day festivities)

“Good question. You know why I think it’s important is because Albert Einstein loved beer, so to celebrate his birthday I’m going to have a beer.” —Einstein look-a-like Aram Boranian,…

Supporting Jo Butler and Bernie Miller For “Fiscal Tenacity and Good Judgment”

To the Editor: It has been my privilege to live in the Princeton Bubble for more than 40 years. It is indeed a very nice place. As with all things,…

“The Last Thing Needed Is a Council That Will Act In Unison All of the Time”

To the Editor: I am writing in support of Jo Butler’s candidacy for Princeton Council. I had the privilege of serving with Jo on Princeton Borough Council for two years.…

Resident Who Wants Lions, Not Lambs, Speaking Out in Support of Jo Butler

To the Editor: Mark Laris, editor in chief of the Stanford Daily, who worked with Liz Lempert, said she was organized and responsible, with a good sense of what was…

Question of the Week: “What are your favorite stores in Princeton and where do you like to go for lunch after shopping?”

“Favorite stores, I like Ricchard’s Shoes, Jane, Greendesign with all the environmentally friendly items on Witherspoon Street, Lisa Jones, and The Corkscrew. For lunch I like many places. I like…

Residents See a Harbinger of Decisions That Will Negatively Affect the Quality of Life

To the Editor: Several times over the past 30 years, a few homeowners on Madison Street, a one-block long tree-lined road of mostly small private residences in the center of…

Certified Public Accountant Thomas McNulty Specializes in Small Business Accounting

No one wants to think about it, but it’s on the way! Even in the midst of winter, we are one day closer to April 15 — the day procrastinators…