(Photo by George Vogel)
CONVERSATION MATTERS: Class of 1943 Professor
Cornel West, author of "Race Matters" and "Democracy Matters,"
listens intently to musician and actor Harry Belafonte during
their evening of conversation last Thursday at McCarter Theatre.
The theme was "Africa and Globalization: Bridging the Development
Princeton Borough Council adopted its $22 million
budget last Tuesday, successfully achieving a slight decrease
in spending from 2004, and while the 4-2 vote ensured Borough
taxpayers a decrease in municipal expenditures, the budget will
still carry a five-cent tax hike for property owners.
raising just enough to pay for the IRS filing for tax exemption,
organizers of "Quark Park," the proposed second installment
of the successful 2004 Writers Block, have decided to call it
quits this year.
This year, the average home-owner in Princeton Township
will pay $2,864 in property taxes; in the Borough, that amount
climbs to $3,159.
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