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Council Reviews Comments to DCA About Fire Safety

At its meeting Tuesday night, Princeton Council went over a list of suggestions to be sent to the Department of Community Affairs about improving state building and fire codes. A…

Princeton Council Tables Vote on Bike Lanes

After nearly three hours of public testimony from people in favor of a proposal to eliminate parking and create bike lanes on Hamilton Avenue and those opposed, Princeton Council voted…

Public Hearing on Bike Lane Ordinance May Not Result in a Vote Just Yet

A public hearing regarding an ordinance that would ban parking on Hamilton Avenue to make room for bike lanes was on the agenda for Princeton Council’s meeting at Witherspoon Hall…

DEP Hears Citizens’ Concerns About Pipeline

At a public meeting held by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Monday night, several residents of the Princeton Ridge and experts hired by the citizens’ group Princeton…

AvalonBay Volunteers To Improve Standards For Fire Safety

AvalonBay, the developer of 280 units planned for the former Princeton Hospital site, announced last week that it has voluntarily upgraded its fire protection systems for the Princeton complex as…

AvalonBay Agrees to Enhance Protection At Princeton and Maplewood Developments

AvalonBay Communities Inc., the company developing a complex of apartments at the former site of Princeton Hospital on Witherspoon Street, announced Tuesday that it will voluntarily upgrade its fire protection…

Princeton University Student Has Suspected Case of Measles

An undergraduate student at Princeton University is suspected of having measles, it was reported Tuesday. Preliminary reports were received yesterday, and additional tests are being conducted, according to the Princeton…

University’s Motion to Dismiss Tax Case Is Rejected

Last week, a Morris County tax court judge denied Princeton University’s motion to dismiss a complaint by four local residents seeking to rescind the school’s property tax exemption for the…

Planning Board Is Next Stop For Post Office, 7-Eleven Plan

Having reviewed a plan last week for a 7-Eleven convenience store and post office to replace the long-empty West Coast Video store on East Nassau Street, Princeton’s site plan review…

Scheide Donation Is Largest in University’s History

William Hurd Scheide, the Princeton philanthropist, bibliophile, and musicologist who died at age 100 last November, has left his collection of some 2,500 rare books and manuscripts to his alma…

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