The Regional Planning Board held off a vote Thursday night on future zoning of the site currently occupied by the University Medical Center at Princeton (UMCP). The board had been widely expected to come to a resolution on zoning guideline changes in the Princeton Community Master Plan. but members said more time was needed to assess the proposed changes.
Leaving behind a landscape of gingerbread houses and diamond-crusted trees, a fast-moving snowstorm that threw four to six inches of the fluffy, white stuff on Princeton closed schools on Friday, but caused relatively few other problems for area residents, according to Princeton police and public works officials.
Last night Princeton Borough Council was scheduled to consider an ordinance that, if passed, would change the building capacity of the Borough's E-3 zone, encompassing, in large part, the area that comprises Princeton University's Engineering Quadrangle, commonly known as the "E-Quad."