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Vol. LXV, No. 15
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
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(Photo by Ellen Gilbert)

ECO-FRIENDLY INGENUITY: Ashlyn Liverman, Leah Bakoulis, and Madeleine Peel pose with the jump rope they created for a recent Elmer’s/TerraCycle challenge. The jump rope, and a pair of earrings created by Ashlyn, are among the four finalists in the contest. Anyone may vote: go to www.surveymonkey.com/s/HZ26MYL.

Community Park School Students Are Finalists In National Eco-Product Design Competition

Ellen Gilbert

Before we proceed, you need to drop everything and vote. No, we’re not talking about the school budget, Borough Council mayor, Township Committee candidates, or prospective School Board members. We’re talking about Community Park School (CP) fifth graders Leah Bakoulis, Ashlyn Liverman, and Madeleine Peel, whose creations comprise 50 percent of the finalists in the recent nationwide Eco-Product Design contest sponsored by Elmer’s Products and TerraCycle.

As Redistricting Changes Legislative Map, Princetons Are Moved Into 16th District

Dilshanie Perera

With the new map of the State’s 40 legislative districts having been revealed earlier this month, both Princeton Borough and Township will see changes in their representation at the statehouse in January.

New Food Waste Composting Program Promises Perks for Township Residents

Ellen Gilbert

Princeton Township will be one of the first municipalities in the country to offer food waste composting when, starting this June, 1,000 Princeton Township families will be participating in a new organic curbside waste recycling program.

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