(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)

FIRST STEPS: Runners at the June Fete 10k race take off after the starting gun last Saturday on FitzRandolph Road. Princeton resident Glenn McIsaac placed first among the 491 finishers as he covered the 6.2 mile course in a time of 34:32. For more details on the race, see page 45.

PU Once Again Focus of Master Planning

Matthew Hersh

As the October deadline for an updated community master plan looms, Princeton planners are still grappling with Princeton University's future, and, as of Tuesday, continue to have many unanswered questions.

Merwick Tract On Deck as Borough Council Looks Toward Rezoning

Matthew Hersh

Princeton Borough Council last night was slated to get its first taste of what could end up being a thorough development of some 30 acres of fertile land along Princeton Borough's Bayard Lane and Paul Robeson Place, currently comprising Princeton HealthCare System's Merwick Care Center, Princeton University's Stanworth Apartments, and the YM/WCA.

Princeton Future Gets Back to Basics While Trying to Broaden Its Appeal

Matthew Hersh

In 2000, some concerned residents wrote a letter to the editor asking if it were possible to have a "respectful dialogue" on in-town development that would outlast the inevitable disagreements.

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