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Council Tackles Crowded Agenda

A packed agenda of controversial issues drew a large crowd to Princeton Council’s meeting on Monday night. Many showed up to comment on four topics explored in work sessions: The…

Princeton is First To Push Legislation On Political Corruption

When Princeton Council approved a resolution July 14 in support of tough, new anti-corruption laws transforming how elections in this country are financed and how lobbyists influence the political process,…

New Shade Tree Ordinance Approved by Mayor and Council

Since consolidation of Princeton Borough and Princeton Township, members of Princeton Council have been working to consolidate the ordinances of both. The painstaking task is yielding sets of new standards…

Judge Rejects AvalonBay’s Injunction Request

AvalonBay’s attempt to have a Mercer County Superior Court judge order the town of Princeton to sign off on a demolition plan and issue building permits for its planned 280-unit…

Arrested Princeton Professor to Fight Theft Allegations in Superior Court

Princeton resident and Princeton University Professor John Mulvey, 67, was arrested last week at Princeton Police Department headquarters after an investigation by Detective Sergeant Christopher Quaste and Detective Adam Basatemur…

Holt, Booker, Others Urge Federal Agency To Protect the Ridge

Four state lawmakers have written to a federal agency requesting increased attention to safety issues regarding the Williams Transco company’s plan for a pipeline on the Princeton Ridge. Congressmen Rush…

Battlefield Society Decries IAS Survey

In response to the recent announcement by the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) that it will conduct an archeological survey of the site where it plans to build single family…

Individual Neighborhoods Would Have a Voice Under Planning Program

The consolidation of Princeton Borough and Township last year left some fearing that individual neighborhoods would lose a voice when decisions about zoning and other key issues are on the…

Save the Dinky Continues Fight Despite Latest Court Setback

The New Jersey Supreme Court’s decision last week quashing an attempt to keep NJ Transit from transferring the Dinky train easement to Princeton University has not deterred members of Save…

Princeton HealthCare System Settles EEOC Suit

Princeton HealthCare System will pay $1.35 million to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit brought four years ago by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) regarding employee leave policy.…