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Princetonians Who Care About Our Future Can Ask Assembly Reps to Oppose A 2586

To the Editor: At least two of Princeton’s largest institutions, Rider University and Princeton University, are supporting proposed legislation now in the State Assembly that would empower them to build…

Former Borough Mayor Reed Admires Lempert’s Talent for Consensus-Building

To the Editor: Over the past several years, it’s been my pleasure to work in local government with Liz Lempert. I heartily urge you to cast your vote for her…

Urging Princeton Voters to Pick Mayor Without Reference to Party Affiliation

To the Editor: As everyone knows, this is an election year. Across the nation, there are big contests and major issues between Democrats and Republicans. But not in Princeton. Here…

Let the “Save the Valley Road School” Committee Make the Building a Non-Profit Community Center

To the Editor: Mayoral candidate Dick Woodbridge, who attended a recent Township committee meeting, was right to ask for clarification on PPS Superintendent Judy Wilson’s comments, “the Valley Road school…

NJ DOT Has Gone Against Its Original Plan, Without Community Input, Computer Modeling

To the Editor: It has been eight years since community representatives, municipalities, traffic engineers, environmentalists, and the public developed a plan for the Route 1/Washington Road intersection. The principal components…

Princeton School Board Thanks Voters For Supporting Investment in Facilities

To the Editor: Last Monday, Princeton residents reaffirmed their steadfast commitment to educational excellence for all of our town’s children. On behalf of the Princeton Board of Education, we thank…

Vital Process of Consolidation Requires Lempert’s New Generation of Leadership

To the Editor: There are several critical leadership qualities required to serve as mayor of our community as it moves through the vital process of consolidation. We are most fortunate…

Joint Letter Thanks West Windsor Police For Tireless Efforts Since Closing of Jughandles

To the Editor: We would like to thank the West Windsor Police for their tireless efforts on behalf of Penns Neck residents since the closure of the jug handle at…

Question of the Week: “What are some of your favorite historic sites?” “What are some of your favorite historic sites?” (Asked Saturday at the Princeton Battlefield’s Colonial Days Revisited event)

“We really like to go to Williamsburg, Virginia, and see the sites around there.” —Jennifer Parry with son, Jacob and daughter, Madelyn, Helmetta, N.J. Linda: “Old Town in Philadelphia, there…

Contrasting Dick Woodbridge’s Experience In Public and Private Life With Liz Lempert’s

To the Editor: Princeton is fortunate to have a competitive race to elect the first mayor of a united Princeton. Both candidates were public supporters of consolidation and generally perceived…