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Vol. LXV, No. 33
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
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(Photo by Sheldon Sturges)
EAST NASSAU FUTURE: Neighborhood residents listened to a presentation about the future of the former Olive May/West Coast Video site at a recent meeting of Princeton Future. More than 70 people gathered at the Chestnut Street Firehouse last week to hear the latest proposals.

Development Proposed for Former Olive May Site But Neighbors’ Concerns Call for Revisions

Anne Levin

A proposal to develop the vacant site most recently occupied by Olive May grocery is currently being re-evaluated due to strong objections from neighborhood residents about its size and scope. The plan was submitted to the Regional Planning Board on July 19 by the owners, the Carnevale family, represented by Linda Fahmie, principal and founder at ROI Renovations and leasing agent for the property.

Vote on Arts & Transit Zone Postponed; Ordinance for Pool Money Approved

Ellen Gilbert

At its Monday evening meeting, Township Committee agreed to postpone a public hearing on the ordinance that would establish the Township’s share of the Arts, Education, and Transit zone (AET), and approved a bond ordinance that would provide a supplemental appropriation to support expenses associated with the new pool project.


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