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On Princeton Leadership’s Dismaying Settlement Position in AvalonBay Matter

To the Editor: I am quite dismayed about our Princeton leadership’s settlement position in the AvalonBay matter. In the consent agreement signed by counsel for Princeton Mayor and Council, and…

One Simple Wish Offers Children in Foster Care An Opportunity to Have Their Wishes Fulfilled

“The most astonishing thing about miracles is that they sometimes happen.” —G.K. Chesterton One Simple Wish is a non-profit organization that has been making small miracles happen for foster children…

Brand New Princeton Soccer Experience Is Latest Addition to Witherspoon Street

It’s soccer here, but in the rest of the world, it’s football — not to be confused with our own American football. By whatever name, it is growing in popularity,…

New Title Boxing Club Princeton Facility Opens in Nassau Park Pavilion on Route One

Spring is here — officially — even if the weather is still chilly. Nevertheless, bathing suit season is right around the corner, and it’s not too late to get those…

Artemis Boutique in Princeton Forrestal Village Showcases Fine Art, Jewelry, and Accessories

When they step inside, shoppers are reluctant to leave Artemis Boutique in Princeton Forrestal Village. As one customer said recently, “This is a hidden gem! Artemis Boutique is truly unique.…

Still Concerned and Confused by Prejudging Of Chief Dudeck, a Top-Of-The-Line Officer

To the Editor: After attending the special council meeting that was to decide the fate of Police Chief David Dudeck, I came away more concerned, more confused. I do not…

Other Towns Have Dealt With Leaf Blowers; It Would be “Wonderful” if We Did the Same

To the Editor: Every so often there is a flurry of letters to Town Topics deploring the use of leaf blowers. Other than allowing writers to vent their frustration, no…

If Time Has Come to Tame the Kiosks,Their Accessibility Must Be Preserved

To the Editor: The fact that some find our kiosks too exuberantly democratic is no excuse for Council to accept the ‘partnership” proposed by the Chamber of Commerce and recently…

Enthusiastic Participant Reports Back On “Read Out,” A New Kind of Project

To the Editor During the week of April 7-13 I was able to participate in what for me was a new kind of civic project — a “Read-Out”. A Read-Out…

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…