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Merchants Explore Transportation SID

Early last December, Princeton Borough Council proposed the formation of a Transportation Corridor Special Improvement District [SID] in the area extending from Nassau Street down University Place to the Township…

Goerner Not Running; Township Fine-tunes Task Force Resolution

At its Monday evening meeting, Township Committee modified and then approved a resolution establishing a Transition Task Force. Other Township news this week includes Mayor Chad Goerner’s recent announcement that…

University Unveils Design Plans for Merwick and Stanworth Sites

Designs for a residential community on the site of the former Merwick rehabilitation center and its neighboring Stanworth complex were presented to the Regional Planning Board on Thursday, January 19.…

Princeton University Celebrates King’s Legacy

Bob Moses, currently a Distinguished Visitor at the Center for African American Studies, was this year’s keynote speaker at Princeton University’s Martin Luther King Day celebration. The program, which took…

Henderson and Callaway Merge To Form New Real Estate Firm

Two prominent, family-run Princeton real estate firms have merged to form one new company. Announced on January 10, Henderson Sotheby’s International Realty and N.T. Callaway Real Estate, LLC, are now…

Unannounced Meeting Illegal But Inadvertent Borough Attorney Says

An unannounced meeting to discuss applicants for Princeton Borough’s representatives on the consolidation transition task force got Mayor Yina Moore and members of the Council into hot water last week.…

Township First to Select Transition Team

Four applicants with backgrounds in academia, business, social services, and politics were recently selected by Princeton Township to serve on the consolidation transition team. The Borough has not yet announced…

Politicians Turn Out For Final Reorganization Of Borough Council

In front of a packed house of local politicians and special guests, Princeton Borough Council held its last annual reorganization meeting as an independent municipality on Tuesday, January 3. U.S.…

Township Elects Goerner, Lempert As It Reorganizes for the Last Time

Chad Goerner was reelected Mayor and Liz Lempert took Sue Nemeth’s place as Deputy Mayor at Township Committee’s reorganization last week. In her nomination, Ms. Lempert observed that, given how…

Goerner and Nemeth Look Ahead to 2012

Although the Borough and the Township’s annual reorganization meetings were scheduled for Tuesday evening, January 3, after Town Topics’ press time, Township Mayor Chad Goerner and Deputy Mayor Sue Nemeth…