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Planning and Zoning

January 26, 2022

Neighbors voicing objections at the Zoning Board of Adjustment are nothing new. At the Board's Zoom meeting on Wednesday, January 26, at 7:30 p.m., the owners of a house at 92 Gulick Road will present an application for a variance to permit construction of a new home in exception of the required ...

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I am writing in response to some comments said against the parking task force proposal in the January 11 Special Council Meeting that was dedicated solely to this topic.  I am not on the task force, but support their proposal. It is evident that the Sensible Streets organization, whoever their ...

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If the Council work session on permit parking had gone on any longer Tuesday night, some people in the audience may have gotten tickets for violating Princeton’s ban on overnight parking. That’s an exaggeration but not by much. The meeting was gaveled to order promptly at 7 p.m. and adjourned at ...

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Editor’s note: Phyllis Teitelbaum, a resident of 47 Hawthorne Avenue who has voiced criticism of the plans for permit parking for business employees and who is scheduled to speak at the Council work session on the issue on Tuesday, January 11, has developed an alternate plan. To attend the 7 p.m.

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If you have been reading recent letters to the editor in the Princeton news media, you might be a little worried about your town. Parking, a challenge for most towns, apparently has turned into a nightmare of Princeton residents. They are under siege, attacked by a cabal of Council members and ...

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Open Letter Regarding Parking Parking in Princeton remains a thorny problem, and many are looking for a good solution. Recently, an organization named Sensible Streets initiated a campaign to counter the work of the Princeton Parking Task Force and its current proposal for a more equitable ...

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If you are a movie buff you probably will recognize the Green Book, the Academy Award-winning best picture of 2019 that documented the travels of a black singer through Jim Crow America, relying on the “Negro Motorist Green Book” to find accommodations that would welcome a black guest or ...

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If you were looking to the most recent report from NJ Transit to show a clear path forward for how best to upgrade the current “Dinky” train service from Princeton to Princeton Junction and integrate it into a community wide mass transit system, you will be disappointed. The interim report filed ...

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