by E.J. Greenblat)
AN EYE ON TRENTON: U.S. Sen. Jon Corzine (D-NJ),
a Democratic gubernatorial candidate, spoke Sunday at the Princeton
Community Democratic Organization's "Candidates' Night" at the
Suzanne Patterson Center in Princeton Borough. Mr. Corzine addressed
issues ranging from health care and education to the environment.
The Princeton Regional School Board announced budget
cuts of $1.3 million for the 2005-06 budget at its meeting on
Tuesday, February 15, as well as several additional budgetary
items that would force a $1.87 million second question on the
April budget vote.
In one of his most recent stops on a statewide campaign
for the executive office, Democratic gubernatorial candidate and
U.S. Sen. Jon Corzine (D-NJ) appeared at a local democratic event
Sunday night to deliver the key points in his campaign as he looks
toward the November election.
As New Jersey begins to put into motion strict regulations
to control storm water run-off pollution, municipalities throughout
the state, all 566 of them, in fact, are faced with the daunting
challenge of changing their ways to comply with a regulatory initiative
that is viewed by many as the most sweeping effort in 20 years
to protect water quality and preserve drinking water supplies.