Follow Town Topics Online

FacebookTwitterRSSLinkedIn
Home » Archives by category » Community (Page 63)

Princeton Ridge Being Solid Rock, Will Require Constant Dynamiting

To the Editor: I have not been able to get to any of the meetings about the proposed pipeline through the Princeton Ridge. But I do want everyone involved to…

Concerning Garden Waste Service in Consolidated Princeton: Is the Loaf of Bread Getting Smaller?

To the Editor: We, the residents of the former Princeton Borough and Princeton Township, voted in good faith for the consolidation of the two municipalities with the hope for more…

Thanks to Composting, Size of Regular Weekly Trash Has Shrunk Significantly

To the Editor: Just a quick note to say that the new town composting program is great. We have a compost pile in our back yard, but we obviously didn’t…

Valley Road School Adaptive Reuse Committee Thanks 128-and-Counting Petition Signers

To the Editor: We would like to thank the 128 (and counting) public-minded Princetonians who signed the petition to save the Valley Road School that was included in the June…

How to Slash Home Energy Bills in Half, Reduce Pollution, and Increase Comfort

To the Editor: Do you think it is possible to slash your home energy bill in half or more, reduce the amount you pollute by 75 percent, save money, and…

Those Who Missed Out June 15 Can Still Take Part In Scouts’ Downtown Princeton Scavenger Hunt

To the Editor: The members of Girl Scout Troop 70660 would like to thank the local businesses and members of the community who came together on Saturday, June 15 to…

Retired Contractor Concerned by Effects Of High-Demand Use On Hospital Sewers

To the Editor: Has there been a thorough investigation of what is wrong with the sewers under Henry Avenue and Witherspoon Street? There were problems when the hospital was in…

Time to Change Direction From Organized Assault to More Positive Community Approach

To the Editor: How refreshing and hopeful to read Barbara Trelstad’s letter to the editor (“Let’s Stop the Naysaying and Move Forward to Welcome AvalonBay Into Our Community,” June 26),…

AvalonBay Can Continue Litigation If It Doesn’t Like New Conditions of Approval

To the Editor: The Planning Board’s first hearing on AvalonBay’s new application began in pathos when chairperson Wanda Gunning thanked municipal staff for meeting an impossible schedule for reviewing the…

New Location for La Meche Hair Design At The Village Shopper on Route 206

In a rut after the long winter? Are those gray days getting you down? Spring will be here soon, and maybe it’s time to shake things up, stir the ingredients!…