Save the Dinky President Receives 2015 Rail Advocate Award from NJARP

Anita Garoniak, co-founder and President of Save the Dinky, received an award from the New Jersey Association of Rail Passengers for her efforts to save and strengthen Princeton Dinky train service.  According to NJARP President Len Resto, “Anita Garoniak is a true advocate in every sense of the word. She saw an injustice and tried with all her heart and soul to right that wrong by founding Save the Dinky and organizing like-minded citizens of Princeton into a strong group to fight the entrenched bureaucracies of Princeton University and New Jersey Transit.”  “Trying to preserve the beautiful Princeton Rail station, a landmarked piece of history,” he said “was a daunting task, as was trying to prevent the moving of the station facilities to an inconvenient location.”  For more detail, see this story in Planet Princeton.

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