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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…

Drivers Should Slow Down: Further Response To the Hit and Run Incident Involving a Deer

To the Editor: I agree with Jerome Silbergeld’s letter (“Deer Victim of Hit and Run Event”) in the Nov. 28 Mailbox. There is no reason why this poor deer had…

Expert Design, Quality, and Super Style Are Priorities at Nick Hilton Princeton

Sophisticated, elegant, and tailored clothing for men and women is the specialty at Nick HIlton Princeton. The unique studio store at 221 Witherspoon Street, opened in 2001, and has become…

Popular Kendall Park Sushi King Restaurant Offers Variety of Lunch and Dinner Specials

Chef John Lung is very proud of his popular Japanese restaurant, Sushi King at 3562 Route 27 in Kendall Park. “My dream was always to have my own restaurant, and…

University Proposes to “Privatize” Dinky, Planning Board Should Reject Transit Plan

To the Editor: I have lived in this community for 36 years. I frequently drive on Alexander Road to get to Route One, and I either walk to the Dinky or…

Planning Board Should Require University To Come Up With Safer Plan for Station

To the Editor: We rely on the members of the Regional Planning Board of Princeton to recognize the dangers to the public inherent in the plan for the new Dinky…

JM Group Thanks Customers and Friends For Donations to “First Annual Turkey Drive”

To the Editor: As we give thanks and count our blessings this time of year, the JM Group Family would like to acknowledge our generous customers and friends for their…

AvalonBay Proposal Does Not Comply With Guidelines of 2006 Borough Code

To the Editor: The redevelopment of the hospital site will have a permanent impact on our community. Unfortunately, years of thoughtful planning by the community, government, and hospital have not…