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In Honor of Earth Day, Sustainable Princeton Offers Advice on Best Sources of Green Energy

To the Editor: Why not honor earth day and choose an electric or gas company that offers renewable energy? If you are like us, you may be wondering if it…

On National Volunteer Appreciation Week We Should Embrace the Volunteer in All of Us

To the Editor: In recognition of National Volunteer Appreciation Week (April 21-27), I would like to encourage readers to celebrate the extraordinary people who donate their time to improve our…

Thanks to All Who Shared Time, Talents, Contributions to International Community Day

To the Editor: We would like to thank all the individuals, volunteers, YWCA Princeton English as Second Language (ESL) students, organizations and community business owners who shared their time, talents,…

ALL IN A DAY’S WORK: Jon Cross

Tall and slim with curly dark hair, Jon Cross has a craggy look that most actors would kill for. Add a gravelly voice and you’re tempted to wonder why Mr.…

Sustainable Princeton Congratulates Regatta Row on Composting Efforts

To the Editor: In response to “Calculating Who’s Green,” Mailbox, April 10, Sustainable Princeton is so pleased that Regatta Row is indeed the first street in Princeton to have each…

No Evidence Regulation of Petrochemical Companies Will Ever Actually Take Place

To the Editor: Wisely promoting energy conservation in his letter of April 3 [“Although the Tobacco Monster Was Slain, Fossil Fuel Monster Still in Growth Phase” Stephen Hiltner draws an…

Writer Is “Baffled” Watching Nation React To Climate Change With “Defeatism and Denial”

To the Editor: In his April 10 letter about fossil fuels [“Recent Letter Comparing Tobacco, Fossil Fuels Full of Paranoia, Misinformation, Falsehoods”], Lewis A. Edge, Jr. cites questionable data about…

Moving from the Noise of the City To Noisy Domain of Leaf Blowers

To the Editor: Thank you for the two recent letters raising the issue of the use of leaf blowers. As Jill Feldman clearly pointed out, these machines cause air pollution,…

Discussions for Improved AvalonBay Plan Should Be Conducted in Public

Discussions for Improved AvalonBay Plan Should Be Conducted in Public To the Editor: Press reports from Mayor Liz Lempert and Councilman Bernie Miller that AvalonBay will propose a better site…

Thoughts on Princeton Council’s Split Decision on the Kiosk Issue

To the Editor: Re: “Council Split on Kiosk Question., Votes to Renovate One for Now,” p. 1, April 10: So, Bernie Miller, “asked several of his friends their opinions, and…