Dear Editor, Exaggerated representations of the harms of cannabis for nearly a century continue to distort the public’s perceptions to this day. They led to a “war on drugs” with harsh penalties in the 1970’s. Those penalties led to high levels of incarceration, especially for people of color, and many other harms. Making cannabis…
Dear Editor: This personal opinion, which is not intended to reflect the view of my employer, is in response to recent concern about the safety of having a Cannabis dispensary in town. As a family physician, it is my job to provide medical advice to my patients using the best clinical evidence available whenever possible….
As Princeton residents and professionals who work in the medical/mental health space, we feel it is important to share with the public what we have learned and seen on the job. I am Sara Popkin, MD, Board Certified in General Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. I am all too aware of how vulnerable adolescents…
To the Editor: As a 50-year Princeton resident and family mental health advocate, I oppose for now recreational marijuana shops in Princeton. That 75% of Princeton residents voted for the cannabis referendum expressed our town’s desire generally to address this sore matter. But that vote was no mandate to commercialize recreational marijuana here. More preparation,…
To the Editor: As a property owner and divorced mother residing with my two young children, the recent push for three recreational cannabis dispensaries in our lovely town is quite perplexing. Though I am in favor of medicinal marijuana, why do the dispensaries have to be in our neighborhoods? Why are residents asked to pay exorbitant…
Letters: About 1,000 new residential units will be added to Princeton.
Will the Dinky in some form survive in the future or will it be replaced by buses?
Marco Cucchi, president of Thomas Sweet Chocolate, weighs in on the Princeton Council’s desire to create a special improvement district.
An opinion letter from the org. Smart Approaches to Marijuana
A letter from Princeton-Murray residents regarding permit parking.
Letters: The writer, who supports the parking permit task force plan, givers her thoughts on the Jan. 11 special council meeting
A letter signed by several Princeton business owners
Letters: Residents shouldn’t have to bear the burdens for commercial businesses when it comes to parking
Letters – Vote yes for the special school bond referendum Jan. 25
Opinion: Seek other solutions to business employee parking problems in Princeton
Opinion: “The task force’s recommendation bureaucratizes, monetizes, and arbitrarily limits these requests, while actually increasing the burden on police.”
The 2017 parking study did not recommend parking in residential neighborhoods.
To the editor: This January, Princeton voters will have a chance to weigh in on a referendum to fund some critical renovations to our town’s public school facilities. The $17.5 million bond issue — officially, the Facilities Stewardship Referendum — will cover the repair of the roofs at all six district schools, as well as…