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THIS TREE GROWS IN PRINCETON: After traveling the Southwest putting together a portfolio of "tree portraits," local art photographer Frank Magalh„es found the signature image for his Gallery 14 exhibition right here in Princeton. The Japanese Maple can be found in Marquand Park.

Senior Housing Will Have to Wait

Matthew Hersh

Housing advocates faced yet another setback last Wednesday, while environmentalists and a contingent of residents received a win as the proposal for an age-restricted housing development on the Princeton Ridge was denied, leaving proponents of in-town senior housing looking toward the next project.

University Development Could Factor Heavily in Master Plan Review

Matthew Hersh

Town planners last week acknowledged that a regular review of the Princeton Community Master Plan would need to be in concert with, or at least considered with, Princeton University's long-term plans, which are expected to have lasting impact on certain aspects of town development and infrastructure.

The 2007 review by the Master Plan Subcommittee of the Regional Planning Board of Princeton began last Thursday and will likely, at least in part, be coordinated with the goals put forth in the University's campus plan, which is now in its second year. Most particularly, the University's overall impact on housing, circulation, land use, and community goals, will have to be part of the master plan review.

Board's Adoption of Police/School Guidelines Is Not the End of State Memorandum Saga

Linda Arntzenius

Last Tuesday, February 27, the Prince-ton Regional Board of Education approved Regulation 9320, "Cooperation with Law Enforcement Agencies," a document that attempts to clarify the role of school staff in circumstances involving the law enforcement officials on school property.

The regulation offers guidelines to school principals and administrators in the case of cooperation with local police departments. It was drafted following the board's dissatisfaction with the state-mandated Memorandum of Agreement. In January the board acknowledged, rather than approved, the Memorandum from the Office of the Attorney General.

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