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Princeton Council Should Stand Firm Against Further Proposal by AvalonBay

To the Editor: I hope the Princeton Council will stand firm in opposition to any further proposal by AvalonBay (AB), 1) which advertises its efforts to avoid paying taxes. 2)…

Hospital Site Is Right in Center Of Newly Consolidated Princeton

To the Editor: This is our town and we cannot allow some outside corporation or real estate so-called “trust” tell us what to do here. In case nobody has noticed,…

Successive Failures by Local Governing Bodies To Manage Police Politics Have Cost Millions

To the Editor: Princeton’s mayor and Council have reportedly “offered” resignation or investigation to Police Chief David Dudeck because certain officers within his department claim he engaged in inappropriate intra-departmental…

Some Princeton Students, Alumni Take Issue With Small World’s Sponsoring of HiTOPS

To the Editor: As Princeton students and alumni living in town, we cherish our unique local establishments — and none so much as the iconic Small World Coffee. So we…

AvalonBay’s Charge of Bias, Evasion Of Mt. Laurel Statutes Is Pure Nonsense

To the Editor: AvalonBay’s ill-considered lawsuit has prompted much public handwringing and many “I told you so’s” — usually from solons whose identities are concealed behind initials and pen-names. Most…

Opposition to AvalonBay Not “Widespread”; Was Led by Small, Vocal Group of People

To the Editor: I have been following the application of AvalonBay to develop the former hospital site on Witherspoon Street with great interest. I am disappointed that the Planning Board…

Passenger Left Behind by Dinky Records Specifics, Finds Solution

To the Editor: Yet again we Dinky-riders watched as the shuttle accelerated round the bend in the Princeton Junction parking lot just as our train arrived. I’ve had this general…

PCDO Encouraging Interested Democrats To Make Run for Open Seats on Council

To the Editor: In 2013, year one of the new consolidated Princeton, two seats on the Princeton Council will be up for election. As the president of the Princeton Community…

Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Boy Scouts Can Help Kids Explore, Engage the World

To the Editor: Last week, the Princeton community was treated to a wonderful Commonground lecture on raising resilient children, by Lenore Skenazy, author of the book Free Range Kids: A…

Now Is the Time for a United Princeton To Get Something Done About Valley Road

To the Editor: Princeton has witnessed over 20 years of lamentable neglect and lack of stewardship of highly valuable real property commonly known as the Valley Road School. Isn’t it…