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Vol. LXIV, No. 44
 
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
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BRIDGE REOPENED: Celebrating the recent reopening of the Cherry Valley Road bridge were (from left): Princeton Township Committee member Liz Lempert; Princeton Township construction administrator Robert Killian; Princeton Township Committee member Lance Liverman; Montgomery Township engineer Gail Smith, Princeton Township engineer Robert Kiser, and Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes.

Board of Education Eyes New Legislation Warily; Receives 12th “Unqualified” Rating on Audit

Ellen Gilbert

“This could open up a floodgate across the state and be a devastating blow to a lot of districts,” said Board of Education member Dan Haughton at last week’s meeting, reporting on an upcoming bill before the state legislature that would enable entities other than the State Department of Education to approve new charter schools. The Board’s newly-created Legislative Committee, he said, is working on “educating” state level officials about this and other local school district concerns.

Public Engagement Is Key for Consolidation and Joint Services Study Commission’s Progress

Dilshanie Perera

The public meeting held at John Witherspoon Middle School last week was the first major interaction between local residents, members of the Consolidation and Joint Services Study Commission, and the consultants from the Center for Governmental Research (CGR) hired to conduct the study.

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