An advisory wing of the Regional Planning Board of Princeton last week accepted a proposal to build 49 residential units in 11 buildings along a 30-acre expanse in Princeton Township, signaling the end of a prolonged development drought of market rate senior housing in the Princetons.
The fate of 172 acres of Princeton Borough-owned property located in the far reaches of Princeton Township off River Road is set to be examined next week as the two governing bodies discuss land that is currently managed by the joint-municipal Princeton Sewer Operating Company. And while specific proposals will not be outlined, the subject of the brainstorming session is expected to be a property that offers a look into Princeton's past.
As President Bush calls for patience with respect to progress in the Iraq War, the Reverend Robert Moore, executive director of the Princeton-based Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) suggests that patience with respect to the peace process is what is needed that and a "persistent commitment." Rev. Moore spoke on the fourth anniversary of the US-led invasion of Iraq.
at the following locations:
Kiosk (Palmer Square)
Krauszer's (State Road)
Speedy Mart (State Road)
Wawa (University Place)
Wawa (Route 518)