Princeton Township Committee passed its 2006 municipal budget Monday night, after lengthy talks related to joint-municipal funding for the Princeton Public Library, particularly concerning increases for book replacement.
Princeton Regional Schools Superintendent Judith A. Wilson was scheduled to present a report on "Narrowing the Achievement Gaps Among Students" at the Board of Education meeting last night (after Town Topics press time).
For registered Princeton Township voters, the June 6 primary election is the closest to a traditional two-party election that they will experience this year. It will also mark the first time in six years that two candidates from the same party, though with some contrasting values, will face off in a primary. With the Republican Party lacking a candidate this year as it attempts to reinvent itself, the only choice falls under the Democratic column.