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Lempert to Recuse Herself From PILOT Negotiations

Mayor Liz Lempert has decided to recuse herself from discussions with Princeton University regarding payments in lieu of taxes. She made the decision despite the opinion of the town’s conflict…

Candidates for Council Comment on Issues As Election Approaches

Of the three candidates vying for two three-year terms on Princeton Council in the November 5 election, two С Democrats Patrick Simon and Jenny Crumiller С are current members of…

Council Receives Report on Dinky Canopy Collapse, Not Everyone Satisfied

On September 19, the canopy covering the platform at the old Dinky station collapsed shortly after demolition workers had left for the day. The canopy awning, which had sheltered commuters…

Coyote Cull Nixed in Favor of Education Program

After reviewing some research, Princeton’s Animal Control Advisory Committee has recommended to Princeton Council that a plan to hire sharpshooters to cull the area’s growing coyote herd be scrapped in…

Concerns About Leaks Lead to Council’s Vote Against a Closed Session

A closed session that could have taken place at the end of Monday night’s Princeton Council meeting was voted down by the governing body after concerns by some members over…

Here at Last: Princeton Merchants Launch OnePrinceton Debit Card and Phone App

The launch of the new OnePrinceton debit card is a long-awaited and welcome event according to John Marshall, the owner of Main Street Bistro at the Princeton Shopping Center. As…

Princeton Has a New Schools Superintendent

A successor to Superintendent Judith A. Wilson who has led Princeton Public Schools (PPS) since 2005, was announced last night at a special meeting of the Princeton Board of Education.…

Parking Officer Fired After Investigation Reveals Favoritism

Parking enforcement officer Chris Boutote was fired Monday following an internal investigation into allegations that, in exchange for free food and drink, he allowed employees of local businesses to park…

Culling of Herrontown, Institute Coyotes To Be Recommended To Council

A growing population of coyotes in the wooded area bordering the Institute for Advanced Study and in the Herrontown Woods has motivated the Princeton Animal Control Advisory Committee to recommend…

Parking Meter Probe Results Imminent

An internal investigation into a possible scheme allowing employees of local businesses to park in metered spots without paying while meter readers look the other way, possibly in exchange for…