The Princeton Public Library anticipates opening its doors to the public on April 1, Eric Greenfeldt, assistant public library director said on Tuesday.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the new facility and renovation project for Princeton House Behavioral Health marks a new era for the efficacy of the facility's in- and out-patient treatment of psychiatric patients, said Richard Wohl, the facility's vice president.
The Princeton Regional Planning Board unanimously approved the final site plan application for a $60 million, 85,000 square-foot library for Princeton University to be built on a five-acre plot near Washington Road and Ivy Lane. Construction for the project is slated to begin October 2004 and be completed in early 2007.
At the recommendation of the engineering department, Princeton Township has decided to remove developer Pulte Homes from its oversight of ongoing road construction in the Fieldwood Manors development
A standing-room-only gathering of Borough and Township Democrats at the Suzanne Patterson Senior Center Sunday night conducted a straw poll to determine their choice for president. The result was a tie between retired Gen. Wesley Clark and Gov. Howard Dean. Each received 26 votes. Sen. John Kerry was the runner-up with 12 votes.