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Vol. LXV, No. 1
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Wednesday, January 5, 2011
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(Photo by Ellen Gilbert)
LET’S DO LUNCH: Congressman Rush Holt talked about nutrition with Community Park School students during a recent appearance to discuss new Congressional legislation that will improve school lunches and promote farm to school arrangements.

School Lunches Get Federal Assistance as Kids Learn Where Cranberries Come From

Ellen Gilbert

“Yes, kids, New Jersey is called the Garden State for a reason,” observed Princeton University chef Rob Harbison, one of four chefs participating in the Princeton School Gardens Cooperative (PSGC) farm to school program. “When we went to the Farmers Market here in Princeton my own kids thought the vendors working the stands went to ShopRite for the produce they sell,” said the Cranbury resident. “Well, after doing the Farm to School program, I can see what a difference our program can make and how well if fits into the new school lunch program legislation.”

Baseline Report Expected Next Monday, Consolidation Commission Looks Ahead

Dilshanie Perera

The Joint Consolidation and Shared Services Study Commission expects a baseline report from its consultant, the Center for Governmental Research (CGR), by next Monday at the latest. The report will provide data and a preliminary analysis of the status of departments within the Borough and Township in terms of finances and operations and will be posted to cgr.org/princeton.

Township’s Timely Purchase of Equipment Expedited Snow Removal During Storm

Ellen Gilbert

“We were finished when other communities were still plowing,” said Princeton Township’s Department of Public Works Superintendent Don R. Hansen reporting on the Christmas weekend snow storm at last Wednesday’s Township Committee meeting.

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