(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)

RESCUE SQUAD ON THE JOB: The Princeton Rescue Squad was called to the Princeton University campus Monday to assist the victim of a fall. Working with University security officers are (from left) EMTs Erin Blake and Miriam Bocarsly, and cadet Erin Sullivan.

Discussion of Merwick's Future Begins

Matthew Hersh

The Regional Planning Board, having largely determined any future development of the site currently occupied by the University Medical Center at Princeton (UMCP), is ready to tackle the next major step in dealing with the hospital's relocation to Plainsboro: the nine-acre campus off Bayard Lane that comprises the Merwick Rehabilitation Center.

Senior Housing Proposal Increasingly Unsettling for Some Residents

Matthew Hersh

A zoning application set to appear before the Princeton Township Zoning Board of Adjustment requesting variances in a plan to build 98 age-restricted homes on a 14-acre tract east of Bunn Drive by developer Morgan Estates was again postponed last Wednesday night.

Borough Eyes Another Shared Service With Calls for Unified Police Force

Matthew Hersh

Despite referenda for municipal consolidation between the Borough and Township having been voted down repeatedly, most recently in 1996, by Borough voters, last week's calls for a combined Princeton Borough and Township police force follow a trend outlined most recently by Borough Mayor Mildred Trotman when she first became mayor last November.