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Senior Resource Center Acknowledges Chairs, Sponsors, Public for Fundraiser

To the Editor: On November 17, more than 700 people filled Richardson Auditorium for The Capitol Steps sold-out performance benefitting the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC). Special thanks go to…

AB Showing Rejected Plan Was Misleading; Wendy Benchley’s Fears Are Being Realized

To the Editor: Alas! The wrong version of the 2005 Hillier concept plan for the hospital site renewal was introduced by AvalonBay at the Planning Board meeting (December 6). Jonathan…

Given No Time to Respond to AB Testimony, Offering Comments That Would Have Been Made

To the Editor: Since AvalonBay’s (AB) testimony regarding its proposal for the now vacant hospital property on Thursday night did not leave room for citizen comment, I would like to…

Concerns With AvalonBay Design Include Loss of Mature Trees, Back Yards Facing Street

To the Editor: The AvalonBay design raises several concerns regarding public and open space: Thirty-six mature trees and the very tall evergreen hedges along Franklin Avenue and the interior driveway…

Citizens for Sustainable Neighborhoods Deserve More Time to Make Their Case

To the Editor: Clearly the Planning Board (PB) must schedule an additional hearing date beyond December 13 for the AvalonBay application. Due process and the choreography for these legal proceedings…

If AvalonBay Proposal Is Turned Down, Vacant Site Could Have Negative Impact

To the Editor: I have served on Borough Council for seven years during which time I have served on the Planning Board and have been part of the process involving…

Emeritus Professor of Art History Wants Architects to Correct the Transit Design

To the Editor: My credentials are those of a longtime Princeton resident and of an emeritus professor of Art history. Since 1965 I have walked to the Dinky and, like…

Thoughts on PU’s “Wrong-Headed Move”: Wrong in Its Essence, Wrong in Its Details

To the Editor: As a Princeton taxpayer who headed the Borough’s Traffic and Transportation Committee for many years, I must offer a few observations about the University’s wrong-headed determination to…

“Not Everybody Knows” Headline Generates Meditation on the Burdens of Disinformation

To the Editor: Let it be known that on November 28, a new approach to journalism was born, on page 7 of the Town Topics. Though I had been waiting…

Thoughts on Town’s New Logo’s Resemblance To the 41st President’s Most Hated Vegetable

To the Editor: Princeton — home of world-renowned institutions: Princeton University, The Institute for Advanced Study, Forrestal Research Center, Princeton Theological Seminary, et. al.; site of pivotal battles of our…