Dogs aren't living as long as they used to because of a variety of factors including the rising level of pollutants and toxins in the environment, unhealthy diets typically fed to pets, and a trend toward over-vaccinating, veterinarian Christina Chambreau said.
Due to recent snowstorms leading right up to the first day of spring, the Princeton Public Library has been forced to change the dates of their move to the new building on Witherspoon Street. The library's facility in the Princeton Shopping Center will now close on Sunday, March 28, and the new library's opening is anticipated for Thursday, April 8.
Keeping future classroom buildings within a 10-minute walking distance for students, offering a four year residential college for undergraduate students, and increasing the undergraduate student body by 11 percent were the main topics of discussion on Monday, March 22, when Princeton University President Shirley Tilghman held her first town hall meeting for students.
Princeton Township has taken steps to enhance and improve open space in its first strategic work plan, which comes on the heels of a spate of open space land acquisitions.
The Planning Boad Recommends Restrictions Aimed to Prevent Visually Intrusive Buildings
In an effort to preserve neighborhood character, the Princeton Regional Planning Board has recommended new rules that would prohibit residents from tearing down old properties to build larger homes on the same space.
Princeton Township Committee has managed to trim half a cent off its tax increase for 2004, but the final number remains in the air as the Township and Borough have yet to discuss joint-municipal commissions.