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Vol. LXIV, No. 26
 
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
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CANDIDATES FOR COUNCIL: Republican candidates and political newcomers Peter Marks (left) and Roland Miller will be running for the two available seats on Borough Council this November. They will face off against Democrats Jo Butler and Roger Martindell. Mr. Marks said he is drawn to the possibility of fixing aspects of Borough operations. “When there’s a mess, you go in and you clean it up. You do it by getting into the raw data to see what the problem really is.”

Borough Republicans on Ballot in November Seek to Broaden Spectrum of Opinion on Council

Dilshanie Perera

Gaining 57 and 56 votes respectively at the primary election, Roland Foster Miller and Peter Marks have obtained more than the requisite number of votes for a place on the ballot for Borough Council in November.

Borough Chooses Consolidation Commission Representatives as Municipalities Set Goals

Dilshanie Perera

Princeton Borough has chosen Anton Lahnston, Ryan Lilienthal, and M. Patrick Simon as citizen representatives for the Joint Municipal Consolidation and Shared Services Study Commission. Joining them are Mayor Mildred Trotman, Councilman David Goldfarb, and Borough Administrator Bob Bruschi.

“We Were a Stand-In for the Nation’s Grief”: Nikki Stern Talks About Moral Authority

Ellen Gilbert

“I wasn’t just a widow,” said author and Princeton resident Nikki Stern in a recent appearance at Labyrinth Books. “I was a 9/11 widow.”

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