by George Vogel)
LET THE LENDING BEGIN: A group of Princeton
High School students performed a Chinese Lion Dance at the ribbon-cutting
ceremony of the Princeton Public Library on Saturday. Many local
dignitaries were on hand for the event, including, from left:
Eric Greenfeldt, the library's assistant director; Princeton Township
Mayor Phyllis Marchand; former Princeton Borough Mayor Marvin
Reed; and library donor Estelle Sands. The opening also included
a day's worth of activities ranging from author readings to children's
workshops. See story
Completion of new construction at Princeton High
School is expected to be delayed six or seven months from the
original plan, the Princeton Regional School Board announced on
The Princeton Regional Planning Board has approved
plans to build a five-story, 72,467-square-foot structure on the
current site of the surface lot along Spring and Tulane streets.
Despite calls to put off its building application, the
Arts Council is set to appear before the Princeton Regional Planning
Board Thursday night with plans that would bring the total square-footage
of the Paul Robeson Building to 19,150, from 9,900 square feet.
See also letters in Mailbox.