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Pascale, Buchanan To Retire March 30, Monzo New Administrator

The retirement announcements of two Township officials, Princeton Township Administrator Jim Pascale, and Police Chief Bob Buchanan, made the news last week. Mr. Pascale’s retirement comes after 30 years of…

Mayors’ Transition Task Force Request To Be Taken Up at Next Joint Meeting

A request by the mayors of Princeton Township and Princeton Borough asking citizen members of the Transition Task Force and Consolidation/Shared Services Study Commission to sign a conflict-of-interest document was…

PCDO to Endorse Mayor, Council Candidates

With an unprecedented number of registered members now on its rolls, the Princeton Community Democratic Organization (PCDO) has moved its Sunday, March 25 endorsement meeting from the Suzanne Patterson Center…

Dudeck Urges No Police Cutbacks: Princeton Deserves “High-End Service”

Princeton’s two police departments are anxious to hold on to the current staffing level of 57 officers once consolidation takes effect. Addressing the Transition Task Force Saturday, March 17, Borough…

Candidates Dismiss Conflicts of Interest, Advise Use of Report

In addition to the fact that they both aspire to be the Democratic nominee for mayor of the municipality that will be created when the Princetons consolidate, Liz Lempert and…

Joint Meeting Looks at Task Force Progress

“You’re significantly there from where I sit today,” said Center for Governmental Research (CGR) consultant Joe Stefko at Monday’s joint Township Borough meeting, where he talked about the transition process…

Field of Candidates Grows as Yina Moore Enters Council Race

Princeton Borough Mayor Yina Moore will not run for mayor of the consolidated Princetons, but will instead be a candidate for the council that will govern the combined municipality. “First,…

Princetonians Among Those Protesting Christie’s “Reverse Robin Hood Budget”

Julia Sass Rubin, Lisa Levine, and School Board members Molly Chrein and Andrea Spalla were among the participants at a Statehouse meeting organized by Save Our Schools last week “to…

IAS Housing Plan Prevails, Opponents to Appeal

Following four lengthy meetings spanning the past three months, Princeton’s Regional Planning Board last Thursday approved the Institute for Advanced Study’s proposal to build faculty housing on land it owns…

Council Approves AvalonBay Plan But Neighbors Register Objections

Princeton Borough Council last week voted to approve a request by AvalonBay, the developer of the University Medical Center at Princeton’s soon-to-be-vacated site, for rezoning. With Jenny Crumiller casting the…