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Reminding Democrats That Primary Election Is Next Tuesday, June 2

To the Editor: June 2 is the primary election, and I am writing to urge Democrats to vote for Heather Howard and Lance Liverman, two strong Council candidates running for re-election.…

PHS Addition At Odds With Historic Building Exterior and Neighborhood

To the Editor: Your headline “School Expansion Worries Neighbors” caught my eye. Although I don’t take sides regarding the proposed expansion of PRISMS, I have very strong opinions when it…

All In A Day’s Work: Elisa Neira

Since coming to Princeton two years ago to become executive director of the municipality’s office of human services, Elisa Neira has been putting her bilingual skills to good use. Originally…

Board Is Spending Additional Taxpayer’s Funds On IB (International Baccalaureate)

To the Editor: We are outraged to hear that before the school board settles the teacher’s contract, we are spending additional taxpayer’s funds on another fancy label called IB (International…

Mercer County Freeholder Andrew Koontz Addresses NJ Transit on Loss of Bus Route

To NJ Transit: In response to the agency’s proposal to discontinue the 655 Princeton-Plainsboro bus route, I would like to express my concern on the record that eliminating this service…

Bike Lane Proposed for Valley Road Is Unnecessary, Environmentally Intrusive

To the Editor: In response to the changes proposed at the May 12 meeting concerning the reconstruction of Valley Road, we find the 8-foot-wide construction of an asphalt bike lane…

Funds From McCarter Theatre Center Gala Help Support Artistic, Educational Programs

To the Editor: On May 9 McCarter Theatre Center held its annual Gala, and we would like to thank the community for supporting this effort. The funds raised from this…

With a Surplus of Money Revealed, Why Does Board Refuse to Settle?

To the Editor; We are writing with regard to the contract dispute between the Princeton Board of Education, and the teacher’s union (PREA). Now that the mediation has failed to…

Redefy and Other Groups Assert That Princeton Does Not Tolerate Intolerance

To the Editor: Recent events have brought to light the unfortunate, prevalent, and detrimental racism that exists in our country. It is often easy to feel detached from the incidents in Ferguson, New York, and Baltimore, but…

Noting Three Significant Issues Overlooked In Council’s Discussion of Overnight Parking

To the Editor: I read with concern the past week’s front-page article “Council Weighs In On Overnight Parking” [Town Topics, May 13].The three solutions listed (“leave the boundaries as they…