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Anne Burns, president of the Princeton Regional Board of Education, reported last Saturday that while much progress has been made in construction at Princeton High School, the new facilities will not be in use until the fall semester. The Board of Education Facilities Committee had met on Friday to review progress, which has been hampered by recent flooding.
Princeton Township Committee Monday night introduced a bond ordinance, that, if approved February 6, will purchase a sizable chunk of the former John Witherspoon estate, "Tusculum," to be preserved for open space.
Warning that a "nuclear Iran" would pose a threat to Israel and the Middle East in general, U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-New York) said last Wednesday that the United States should encourage the demolition of nuclear weapons. She also urged U.N. sanctions toward Iran.