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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…

YWCA’s International Community Day Created a Virtual United Nations Here

To the Editor: On behalf of myself and hundreds of other attendees representing over fifty countries, I would like to thank YWCA Princeton for the outstanding International Community Day which…

Boutique-Style B+B Hair Color Studio Has New Location on Witherspoon Street

Color is the key. In the hair industry today, it’s all about color. It is the major focus of nearly all salons. “Hair color is a total fashion statement today,”…

Success of Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale Aided by Exceptional Oppenheimer Donation

To the Editor: The 82nd Annual Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale was one of the most successful ever thanks to the exceptional book donation from the family of the late Peter…

Princeton Government Should Be Proactive In Preventing and Removing Graffiti

Dear Editor: I am a firm believer that the Town of Princeton government should be very proactive in preventing graffiti and correcting graffiti when a graffiti outlaw defaces private or…

Calculating Who’s Green, Sustainable Princeton Should Count People Who Do Own Composting

To The Editor: In response to the Town Topics, April 3 article, “Do You Compost? Jefferson Road Does,” I would like to make a correction for Regatta Row. Our street is green! Although…

Authoritarian Trend, Lack of Regulatory Restraint, Meddlesome Rules Linked to Municipal Officials

To the Editor: Our municipal officials must feel very secure in their positions. Their increasing comfort with dictatorial rule has been evidenced this year by a growing lack of regulatory…

Recent Letter Comparing Tobacco, Fossil Fuels Full of Paranoia, Misinformation, Falsehoods

To the Editor: The letter written by Stephen K. Hiltner, published in your April 3 issue [“Although the Tobacco Monster Was Slain, Fossil Fuel Monster Still in Growth Phase”), might…

Valley Road School a Community Asset; Board Plan Lets Deterioration Continue

To the Editor: Historic Valley Road School, the portion along Witherspoon Street, now faces a very uncertain future. Originating from a gift to the inhabitants of Princeton Township, it needs…

Although the Tobacco Monster Was Slain, Fossil Fuel Monster Still in Growth Phase

To the Editor: In Post-Hurricane Sandy World, the last thing we need to be doing is investing public and private dollars in ways to pour more climate changing gases into…