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HiTOPS Curriculum Conforms to New Jersey Department of Education Content Standards

To the Editor: In a public forum like a community newspaper, we think it is vitally important that people feel free to share their opinions and exercise their right to…

Our Inability to Resolve AvalonBay Issue Puts Incredible Financial Burden on UMCPP

To the Editor: In her letter of Feb. 27 (“Opposition to AvalonBay Not ‘Widespread’”) Sandra Persichetti makes some excellent points that should have been considered at least six months ago.…

Providing Non-Motor Path to Hospital Would Be “Fine Community Service”

To the Editor: With interest and relief I read in Town Topics (Feb. 27, “‘No Dearth of Ideas’” on DOT’s Route 1 Concept”) the page one story on debates over…

Graphic Representations, Massing Designs Should Be Admitted as Evidence in Appeal

To the Editor: With AvalonBay (AB) appealing the Planning Board’s denial of its application, the new Planning Board and Princeton Council are considering their response. New members of the Council and…

Princeton Council Should Stand Firm Against Further Proposal by AvalonBay

To the Editor: I hope the Princeton Council will stand firm in opposition to any further proposal by AvalonBay (AB), 1) which advertises its efforts to avoid paying taxes. 2)…

Hospital Site Is Right in Center Of Newly Consolidated Princeton

To the Editor: This is our town and we cannot allow some outside corporation or real estate so-called “trust” tell us what to do here. In case nobody has noticed,…

Successive Failures by Local Governing Bodies To Manage Police Politics Have Cost Millions

To the Editor: Princeton’s mayor and Council have reportedly “offered” resignation or investigation to Police Chief David Dudeck because certain officers within his department claim he engaged in inappropriate intra-departmental…

Some Princeton Students, Alumni Take Issue With Small World’s Sponsoring of HiTOPS

To the Editor: As Princeton students and alumni living in town, we cherish our unique local establishments — and none so much as the iconic Small World Coffee. So we…

AvalonBay’s Charge of Bias, Evasion Of Mt. Laurel Statutes Is Pure Nonsense

To the Editor: AvalonBay’s ill-considered lawsuit has prompted much public handwringing and many “I told you so’s” — usually from solons whose identities are concealed behind initials and pen-names. Most…

Opposition to AvalonBay Not “Widespread”; Was Led by Small, Vocal Group of People

To the Editor: I have been following the application of AvalonBay to develop the former hospital site on Witherspoon Street with great interest. I am disappointed that the Planning Board…