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Economic Studies Show That Historic Districts Enhance Rather Than Depress Property Values

To the Editor: The Historic Preservation Review Committee has recommended that a 5th historic district be created, and Borough Council voted 4-0 to pass a draft ordinance onto the Planning…

Planning Board Should Vote “Yes” on Arts, Table Transit Portion of University’s Plan

To the Editor: As a long time Princeton resident and former member of the Regional Planning Board, I urge the Planning Board to bifurcate its deliberations on the University’s “Arts…

AvalonBay Refuses Retail Space, Compost, Green Building Materials

To the Editor: Can Princeton afford AvalonBay’s refusals? In 2006 Planning Board discussions leading to the new Master Plan for the hospital zone, virtually everyone agreed that local retail is…

Curbside Organics/Food Waste Program Saves Money, Space, Should Be Continued

To the Editor: I have been enrolled in the Curbside Food Waste Program since it’s inception almost 18 months ago and am a huge proponent. The program is a great…

Letters Supporting Woodbridge for Mayor Stress Leadership, Princeton Roots, Fairness

To the Editor: I was delighted when I found out that my long time friend, fellow volunteer and associate Dick Woodbridge is seeking election as the first mayor of the…

Supporters of Deputy Mayor Liz Lempert Cite Intellect, Vision, Consensus Building

To the Editor: We are residents of Princeton Borough and Princeton Township, soon to be consolidated into one unified Princeton and are writing to support the candidacy of Liz Lempert…

Assembly Bill 2586 Giving Colleges Green Light Would Increase Taxes

To the Editor: Assembly Bill 2586 has been fast tracked through the legislative process to allow for an exemption for private colleges and universities from local land-use regulations. Proponents of…

Council Votes to Protect Western Section, Approves AvalonBay Plan for Eastern Side

To the Editor; The recent unanimous vote by Borough Council to recommend the formation of an Historic District in the “western Section” is a stark contrast to their unanimous vote…

A Visit to the New Cottage Garden Location At 6 Chambers Street Will Brighten Your Day

“This is my passion! The joy that flowers can give a client is wonderful.” Antonietta Branham, owner of The Cottage Garden, is enthusiastic about the opportunity to provide flowers for…

Popular Butterfly Boutique in Pennington Offers Full Array of Friendly Fall Fashion

“You want to look as good on the outside as you feel on the inside,” says Linda Martin, owner of Flutter Boutique in Pennington. Opened last March at 20 South…