Princeton

Open Issues: 25 Closed Issues: 341 Acknowledged Issues: 29
Watching issues created after: 2013-09-13

Princeton, NJ (Consolidation of former Princeton Township and Princeton Borough)

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  • 29 Cuyler Road Princeton, New Jersey - Princeton North

    It is almost endearing that Princeton has contracted with Lightning McQueen to repave Cuyler and Dempsey. Mr McQueen has repeated the job he did in the movie "Cars". I hope Princeton will do what Radiator Springs did and make him scrape off what he pooped down and do a proper job.

    All joking aside, the new top layer stops about 1-2ft from the curb, forming a nice ridge ready to trip up bike riders. This is not safe, I hope you fix this asap.

  • 169-175 Nassau St Princeton, NJ, 08542, USA - Princeton
    I understand that the idea of domestic quiet, that we should, within the confines of our homes, be freed from the noise, the hustle-and-bustle of the crowd, is a novel right, one which is nowhere truly secured nor even fully affirmed. Yet, all this being said, the Say Cheez Band must be stopped. Night after night, after a day of toil, all I hope for is some respite, some safeguarded peace, perhaps to read, watch a movie, or sleep early. Yet, as regularly as the moon waxes and wanes, I hear it, outside my window, those simple power chords, that not quite in-tune voice, and it is a cover band, sure as day, charmlessly hammering away some tune unknown to me but apparently much beloved by the legions of baby-boomers lined up to soak in the unfettered noise like it is the healing waters of Lourdes. Yet for me there is no alleviation, the rangle-jangle covers provide no palliative care for my quarantine-addled mind; no, it aggravates the issue, inflames it, it splits open mental sores and sets my mind a-light. I have lived in Princeton as if it were the quiet, sleepy, suburban town I was told it was, I have paid heed to these strictures about noise, cleanliness, presentation. So, to face a rebuke like this, it is soul-shattering. Please enforce the noise complaint laws, please don't let the band play so late. I want quiet, I want rest. I know many are going stir-crazy, but this is not the solution, this is merely a new problem.
  • 201 Witherspoon St Princeton, New Jersey - Princeton
    Thank you Princeton for removing the old storm drains with slits parallel to the road: the ones that were effective bicycle tire traps!
    There is one left in front of 201 Witherspoon Street: could you please replace it with the nice new ones with short holes? Thanks!
  • 17 Witherspoon St Princeton, NJ - Princeton
    Many potholes need to be fixed on Witherspoon St in Princeton
  • 652 Princeton Kingston Rd Princeton, New Jersey - Princeton North

    The crosswalk at Princeton Kingston Road and Roper Road (near 652 Princeton Kingston Rd) is on a blind corner, cars coming from the east cannot see pedestrians trying to cross. Often times, if a car sees the pedestrian and stops, other cars will go around almost hitting the pedestrian. I have seen/experienced this multiple times. I have counted at least 20 people who use this crosswalk in the morning/evening rushes. This is dangerous for both pedestrians and drivers.

    I propose adding a flashing signal for pedestrian safety and driver awareness.

  • Patton Avenue Princeton, New Jersey - Princeton
    There has been a lot of construction (5 houses) on the section of Patton Avenue between Harrison and Princeton and the road has become totally trashed as cuts are made for one reason or another. Each cut has a little mountain of fill (In "good" situations) and there is actually one hole that is several inches deep that was 'filled'. Its one thing to live with so much construction, but it is entirely another when once the construction is done, our road is still damaged making it difficult to navigate and presenting safety issues. To whom should this complaint be addressed? Wiley Construction? The Town?
  • 470 County Road 533 Princeton, New Jersey - Princeton
    There's a really bad pothole on Mercer Road heading into Princeton right before the intersection with Quaker Road
  • 999 Great Road East Princeton, New Jersey - Princeton
    The sidewalk on Great Road should be extended to Cherry Valley Road/past Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart (1128 Great Road) to ensure the safety of walkers, runners, and bikers. The shoulder on Great Road is incredibly small making it unsafe for people to run/walk/bike there. With this extended sidewalk, people in Princeton would feel safe and comfortable to walk/run/bike along Great Road.
  • Community Park Elementary School 372 Witherspoon St, Princeton, NJ, 08542, USA - Princeton North
    Overnight Sunday into Monday (8/18-19) across the street from my house at 293 Witherspoon, a 15 foot, 80 pound (my estimate) dead tree limb fell across the sidewalk on the west side of Witherspoon (since moved by passersby).. Looking up, you'll see multiple dead limbs on the five sycamores between the sidewalk and the street fronting Community Park School property, and more major dead limbs on a tree in front of the old Princeton Packet. Lots of kids walk to school and pool on that sidewalk. Probably time to trim the dead wood.
  • Pothole Closed
    Herrontown Ln Princeton, NJ, 08540, USA - Princeton
    Indeed I understand that Herrontown Lane is a private street but our sense is the damage street spots are in part caused by the machinery and vehicles operated by Princeton and of course the USPS Vehicles, the Trash and Recycle vehicles, the UPS, Fed Ex, Lawn Maintaince vehicles, contractor vehicles and delivery vehicles delivering lumber and furniture. We have three potholes that need your attention.
    1. On the corner on Herrontown Lane where you turn right to go to the lower part of the lane. This is the worst spot. About three feet by two feet and two inches deep. Every truck making that turn makes this worst plus the flow of water during storms. Every vehicle that make that turn can do damage to their tires or their car.
    2. If you go straight instead of turning right to the lower part of Herrontown Lane about 125 feet there is a place where three of us neighbors put our branches and tree trimmings. In front of that pile of goods which is usually filled is damage of what your plow has done to the street. It is about three feet by three feet. One layer of asphalt deep.
    3. In front of 95 Herrontown Lane another spot in need of simple asphalt patching.
    4. At the very least there are a few spots that need attention on the road. On your way into the street you will see things that should be patched before winter. At this time not a horrible hole to navigate around. We think it is a patching job taking no more than an hour of your crew's time but in the long run it would save wear on the cars and trucks that use this often. Thanks
    William H. Vogt
    77 Herrontown Lane, Princeton, NJ
    wmhvogt@aol.com
  • 40 S Harrison St Princeton, NJ, 08540, USA - Princeton
    I received the attached letter today from some Texas company which appears to colorably claiming to be authorized a Government Energy Aggregation (GEA). I like that my energy is locally sourced using nuclear and natural gas. However, the notice falls short as it does not provide the NJBPU required notice terms including the identification of the ordinance or resolution passed to form the GEA. Further the notice is required to explain the cost to the customer of participation in the program and any other information necessary to enable the customer to compare the program to other alternatives. "This information should include a typical residential customer annual bill comparison between the selected supplier and the utility’s approved BGS rates." No such sample bill was included with notice. Given these deficiencies, this appears to be a slamming violation and should be reported to NJ BPU.
  • 32 Hodge Rd Princeton 08540, United States - Princeton
    This is yet another new issue for this location — and the 3rd time in a row — that this homeowner shovels their driveway and front walk on Hodge but not their sidewalk on Morven. Is this ordinance enforced in Princeton?