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Vol. LXV, No. 19
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
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PONY TALE: Free pony rides and a petting zoo were among the highlights of Princeton Shopping Center’s Spring Festival last weekend. The day also featured crafts, prizes, food, store sales, and entertainment by Alex and the Kaleidoscope Band.

School Board Re-elects Rebecca Cox and Tim Quinn, Wilson Thanks Community for Backing Budget

Ellen Gilbert

Rebecca Cox and Tim Quinn were reelected as president and vice president of the School Board at last Tuesday’s meeting.

Following their recent reelection as board members, Mr. Quinn and Dan Haughton were sworn in for second, three-year terms, and newly elected member Afsheen Shamsi was welcomed and sworn in for her first term.

Looking Ahead to Public Meeting Wednesday, Commission Considers Consolidation Options

Dilshanie Perera

Implementing the recommendations of the Options Report of the Consolidation and Shared Services Study Commission could yield a total of $3.321 million in savings annually for the consolidated Borough and Township. The report, authored by Project Director Joe Stefko of the Center for Governmental Analysis, was made available to the public last week, ahead of Wednesday’s public meeting.

A Girl, Her Dad, and Many, Many Books: Ozma Talks About “The Reading Promise”

Ellen Gilbert

It seems wonderfully appropriate that Alice Ozma’s first public appearance to promote her new book, The Reading Promise, was at an American Library Association meeting.

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