Borough Council voted unanimously on Tuesday, February 24, to introduce an ordinance that will set the rates for the new parking garage and yield a discount for Smart Card users. Some promotional discounts will include free parking for the first half hour in the garage, and a charge of only 25 cents per hour during the first week of the garage opening.
The recycling shed at the Princeton Shopping Center closed its doors for good on Sunday, discontinuing a service that was regarded by some residents as a convenient drop-off area.
Princeton Township has chosen celerity over quietude in a repair project at the Harry's Brook Bridge on Route 27. The Committee approved a noise waiver for the Princeton Sewer Operating Committee (SOC) for the rehabilitation of the Harry's Brook Bridge siphon.
Representatives of Princeton University have announced plans to demolish a two-story section of Aaron Burr Hall at the corners of Washington Road and Nassau Street and replace it with a three-story, 11,600 square-foot addition.