(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)
IT COULD HAVE BEEN WORSE: When a dumpster
adjacent to Holder Hall on the Princeton campus caught fire last
week, a fast response by all companies of the Princeton Fire Department
made sure the flames did not spread to the building itself.
Princeton Township Committee unanimously adopted
its 2005 operating budget Monday night, marking a six-and-a-half-cent
hike over the municipality's 2004 tax rate.
A plan to build seven homes on a heavily-wooded property
on Snowden Lane did not sit well with residents Thursday, when
the proposal was heard by the Regional Planning Board of Princeton.
Nothing was finalized, however, since the late hour forced the
board to carry the hearing to July 13.
A 53-year-old woman was sexually assaulted early
Monday morning while walking on the Guyot Stream Walkway that
runs between Witherspoon Street and Jefferson Road.
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