(Photo by George Vogel)

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A GROUNDBREAKING DAY FOR SENIOR HOUSING: Princeton Community Housing (PCH) was host to municipal, county, and federal officials Monday at the Elm Court senior housing complex on Elm Road for the official groundbreaking for Elm Court II, the 68-unit planned complex immediately adjacent to the original 88-unit building. Pictured, from left, are Sandra Persichetti Rothe, PCH executive director; Sheila Berkelhammer, PCH trustee; Brian Hughes, Mercer County executive; Borough Mayor MIldred Trotman; Carole Krauthamer, PCH trustee; Township Mayor Phyllis Marchand; Rep. Rush Holt (D-12); Connie Loukatos, director of the Philadelphia Multifamily Hub Office for the Department of Housing and Urban Development; Harriet Bryan, PCH trustee and chair of the Elm Court II Committee; and former Borough Mayor Marvin Reed.

Eyeing Flood Reduction, Township Approves Caps on Impervious Surfaces

Matthew Hersh

After hearing opinions, both positive and negative, from a number of residents with specific interests Monday night, Princeton Township Committee unanimously approved an ordinance devised to curtail further flooding in a municipality whose residents have already suffered their share of flood-related headaches.

Ground Broken for Senior Complex

Matthew Hersh

After a series of setbacks that resulted in the delay last month of the groundbreaking for Elm Court II, the planned affordable 62-and-up senior housing complex on Elm Road, Princeton Community Housing (PCH) offically broke ground Monday on the project that will add 67 low-income senior units to Princeton's affordable housing stock.

Borough Narrowly Approves E-3 Changes as Shuttle Is Used to Offset Parking

Matthew Hersh

By a narrow margin, as expected, the Princeton Borough Council cast a 3-2 vote last Tuesday in favor of an ordinance that will allow an additional 100,000 square feet of development capacity in the Borough's E-3 zoning district.