A group of Princeton residents, along with elected and municipal officials from Princeton Borough and Township, have formed a task force that will examine recent regulations proposed by the state's Department of Transportation that would allow trucks larger than 102 inches wide to travel along both Route 206 and Route 27.
Concern about potential negative public sentiment regarding the relocation prospects of the University Medical Center at Princeton was apparently assuaged last Wednesday, as the state's Health Planning Board heard high praise for the hospital, its parent, Princeton HealthCare System, and the relocation's potential benefits to health care throughout the region.
Still feeling the repercussions of arrests made related to the potentially racially motivated beating of three Hispanic men, the Princeton Borough Police Department has maintained that it handled itself within the realm of protocol, and that a recent community meeting designed as a means of municipal outreach ended by showing the department in an unfair light. However, members of Princeton Borough Council maintained last Tuesday that while the department followed standard procedure, the image of the department is in need of repair.
at the following locations:
Kiosk (Palmer Square)
Krauszer's (State Road)
Speedy Mart (State Road)
Wawa (University Place)
Wawa (Route 518)