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Letter to the Editor: Julie Blake Asks for Vote on Nov 6

To the Editor: As a working mother, I know how important finances are to my fellow residents.  When I was elected to the Township Committee...

Letter to the Editor: Vote for effective, principled leadership

To the Editor: Fairness and integrity matter. The willingness to dive deeply into issues and determine the best path forward matters. That’s why we need...

Hopewell Township hears about spotted lanterfly and from public

The Hopewell Township Committee was briefed on an environmental threat to Mercer County, and also faced public criticism at its October 9 meeting. Nora...

Affordable Housing Spending and Marketing Amendments Made to Master Plan in Hopewell Township

The Hopewell Township Planning Board passed an amendment to the Hopewell Township Master Plan at its September 27 meeting. The amendment included two attachments,...

Letters to the Editor: All about PILOTS

The following are letters submitted to the editor of MercerMe: The Continuing Lack of Transparency At their August 27 meeting, facing concern from residents, the Hopewell...

Letter to the Editor: Deputy Mayor Blake and Her Not-So-Funny Vote

To the Editor: Did you hear the one about the Deputy Mayor who denied taking much- needed funding from the schools, even though she previously voted to shift school-entitled revenue from our schools to the township?  This occurred when she voted in favor of the Zaitz Tract property tax reduction to multi-billion (that’s with a “B”) dollar corporate real estate developer U.S. Homes.

Letter to the Editor: Claims PILOT will hurt school funding won’t pan out

“Taxes. Do something about taxes.” Ask a New Jersey resident for an issue facing the state, and that’s the response you’ll most often get. But, ever since four members of our Hopewell Township Committee decided to do something to give our stretched tax dollars much-needed flexibility at the HTC’s July 30 meeting, the opinion page has seen much disapproval from some former HTC members or those close to former members.

Letter to the Editor: The signs may have come down, but the Pennytown issue isn’t...

To the Editor: For years, Democratic candidates in Hopewell Township got elected by promising to spread the affordable housing burden throughout the township. This promise...

Letters to the Editor: Week of August 22, 2018

The following are letters to the editor submitted to MercerMe.

Letter to the Editor: What Mr. Borders Failed to Tell You

To the Editor: I still remember with nostalgia a time when Democratic and Republican members of the Township Committee were skeptical regarding all dealings with...