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Vol. LXV, No. 40
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
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Photo by: Ellen Gilbert
NOT YOUR AVERAGE GARDEN PARTY: State Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher (sixth from left) listened as Garden Artist Resident Dorothy Mullen (facing the group) talked about the successes of the Riverside Elementary School gardens during a recent “Farm to School Week” event.

How Does The Riverside School Garden Grow? It’s Exemplary, Say Those Familiar With It

Ellen Gilbert

Riverside Elementary School enjoyed the distinction of being New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher’s first stop in a kick-off event for the first “Jersey Fresh Farm to School Week.”

The New Memorandum of Understanding Includes Additional University Funding

Anne Levin

The new and improved “Memorandum of Understanding” (MOU) announced last week between Princeton University, Princeton Borough, and Princeton Township reflects a summer of negotiations by a six-member committee from the three entities. Robert K. Durkee, who represented the University, has high hopes that the revamping will result in approval by the two governing bodies, giving the green light to the University’s plan for a $300 million arts and transit complex that would include moving the Dinky station.

School Board Postpones Valley Road Proposals; Will Wait for Consolidation Vote Result

Ellen Gilbert

Several days in advance of the August 30 meeting at which the Board of Education was supposed to announce which of two proposals it had chosen for the disposition of the Valley Road Building, the Board announced that it was postponing the decision until the autumn.


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