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Question of the Week: “What types of stores and restaurants would you like to see move into downtown Princeton?”

James: “A bowling alley; there used to be one where Triumph is now. It would be really fantastic if they could bring one back.” Aileen: “A specialty shoe store like…

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…

Question of the Week: “Have you been impacted by the recent traffic restrictions on Route 1?”

“I live in Penns Neck — the traffic is backed up from the train station on Washington Road. It is a wall of traffic, constantly backed up. Nobody can get…

Question of the Week: “What are you looking forward to this school year?”

Maia: “I’m looking forward to new teachers and learning new different things. I’m excited for a whole new experience.” Lily: “I’m going to a new school that has woods and…

Question of the Week: “What are some of the best shows or performances you have seen at McCarter Theatre and who would you like to see? (Asked at the McCarter Theatre block party)

Dave: “The Odyssey was really creative. I would like to see some new music come to McCarter.” Lynne: “We have seen so many wonderful performances. Amos Lee was great. I…

Question of the Week: “What are your thoughts about Paul Ryan as Romney’s running mate?”

“I don’t like Paul Ryan. I think he has some unrealistic and absurd ideas about the economy. I think it may hurt Romney’s chances. He looks good and speaks well,…

Question of the Week: “Given the recent robberies, do you consider Princeton a safe community and do you take any safety precautions?” (Asked at National Night Out at Community Park Pool)

Johanna: “Given the fact that I hadn’t heard about the robberies, I think they were probably somewhat of a fluke. Going forward, I will continue to take the same safety…

Question of the Week: “If you could live on any street in Princeton, which one would you choose and why?”

“Palmer Square. It’s the heart of town and close to some of my favorite restaurants.” —Jack Miller, Princeton “Linden Lane. I know a lot of people who live there. It’s…

Question of the Week: Who do you think Mitt Romney will pick for his running mate and why? (Asked at the Princeton Community Democratic Organization Picnic)

“I think Rob Portman, the Senator from Ohio would help by representing a critical midwestern swing state.” —Heather Howard, Princeton “My thought is he’s going to pick a female and…

Question of the Week: “Do you prefer cats or dogs and why?” (Asked at the SAVE Benefit, in the Fred Astaire Studio, Princeton Shopping Center)

“My preference is for dogs, I’ve grown up with dogs and may be biased because I’ve never had a cat. My entire view of dogs changed with my first pit…