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Ms. Anne Zeman
Kingston Village Advisory Committee
Kingston Village Advisory Committee
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KVAC COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Anne Zeman, Chair
PACKETONLINE News Classifieds Entertainment Business - Princeton and Central New Jersey - Kingston planning to fight truck traffic
"This plan poses a great risk to the history, pedestrians and businesses of Kingston," said Anne Zeman, chairwoman of KVAC.
and other committee members called on all in attendance to write the DOT and local officials to express their opposition to the plan.
PACKETONLINE News Classifieds Entertainment Business - Princeton and Central New Jersey - Battling big rigs
"We're extremely concerned that large trucks, ones that are 102 inches wide and the piggy-back double-combinations, would be coming through on Route 27 in Kingston," said Anne Zeman, chairwoman of the Joint Township Committee for Kingston Village.
said that KVAC strongly opposes opening up Route 27
to large tractor-trailers.She
said the committee is concerned because Route 27
is narrow in Kingston and there is no shoulder through the village."People walk everyday to get their mail at the Post Office," Ms. Zeman
said."It would be very dangerous with the trucks on the road."Ms. Zeman
said KVAC is also concerned about the damage the trucks could cause to some of the historic buildings in the village."These large trucks not only damage the highways, but they can be very damaging to historic structures," Ms. Zeman
said that people should fax or mail letters to the DOT in opposition of the new regulations before the public comment period on the proposed rules expires Feb. 16.Letters should be sent to the Department of Transportation
, 1035 Parkway Ave., P.O. Box 600, Trenton, N.J. 08625-0600 or via fax: to (609) 530-3841.
PACKETONLINE News Classifieds Entertainment Business - Princeton and Central New Jersey - Entertainment - 06/01/2006 - Horticultural Oasis
From left: Karen Linder, president, Friends of the Princeton Nurseries Lands; Robert von Zumbusch, chairman, Mapleton Preserve Commission and Anne Zeman, chairwoman, Kingston Village Advisory Committee, worked to preserve the former Princeton Nursery as the Mapleton Preserve.
...In the words of town activist Anne Zeman, "Mapleton Road could have become a four-lane highway with densely clustered housing on both sides.
...Among dedicated locals named to the Mapleton Preserve Commission, charged with watching over the fate of the new state park, are Robert von Zumbusch, chairman, Mapleton Preserve Commission; Karen Linder, president, Friends of Princeton Nursery Lands; and Anne Zeman, chairwoman, Kingston Village Advisory Committee.
PACKETONLINE News Classifieds Entertainment Business - Princeton and Central New Jersey
Anne Zeman, chairwoman of the Kingston Village Advisory Committee, wants to know why there is little mention of Kingston in this EIS.Ms. Zeman said the Army Corps wrote the then-chairman of the Village Advisory Committee in 2000 saying that Kingston residents' concerns were legitimate and would be addressed in the EIS."Yet there is nothing in this report about Kingston," Ms. Zeman said."Where is it and why was it ignored when the Army Corps prepared the EIS?It literally states one thing about Kingston and that was the village had expressed concerns about volume of traffic on local roads."Ms. Zeman said Kingston is mentioned in the executive summary of the EIS and there are intersections mentioned in tables throughout the traffic study of the report.She said that the Army Corps neglected to mention the impact on roads like Academy Street and Laurel Avenue.