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Township Sends a Message: No Ordinance

In response to Borough Council’s introduction of Ordinance 2012-7 providing for the preservation of a portion of the existing Dinky right of way, Township Committee has voted to reaffirm the…

Princetonians Vote on Budget, Candidates, In Last School Election Before Consolidation

  Online Update: The school budget passed by a vote of 1,193 to 360. The Borough reelected Rebecca Cox with 387 votes, and voted in newcomer Martha Land with 405…

Ordinance Introduced By Borough Council To Save Right-of-Way

At Borough Council’s meeting last week, a spirited discussion became contentious during a presentation about efforts to preserve a portion of the existing Dinky right of way. In a 3-2…

Vote Pending on AvalonBay Zoning Changes

Controversial zoning changes proposed for AvalonBay, the developer of the apartment complex planned for the 5.6-acre site being vacated by the University Medical Center at Princeton, are on the agenda…

Medical Center Details Plans for Move

As the May 22 date draws nearer, Princeton Township Committee held a “work session” at its Monday evening meeting, detailing the “old” hospital’s move to the new University Medical Center…

Battlefield Society Suit Filed to Block Plan For Institute Housing

The Princeton Battlefield Society has filed a lawsuit to block the Institute for Advanced Study’s (IAS) plan to build faculty housing on land it owns bordering the Princeton Battlefield. Filed…

Transition Task Force Approves Budget, “Priority Task Map” Gets Adjusted

The Transition Task Force approved a $149,050 budget at its meeting last week. Questions about differences between “Task Force costs” and “transition costs” reflected some uncertainty about how to define…

Republicans Enter Race for Mayor, Council

Former Township Mayor and Borough Council President Richard C. Woodbridge, a Republican, has announced his candidacy for mayor of the consolidated Princeton. Mr. Woodbridge joins current Council member Kevin Wilkes…

Residents to Air Concerns About AvalonBay Complex At Borough Council Meeting

At the next meeting of Princeton Borough Council on April 10, residents of the neighborhood surrounding the site soon to be vacated by the University Medical Center at Princeton plan…

“Maximizing the Community’s Dollar,” Board Approves Conservative Budget

With a continued goal of “maintaining excellence within a conservative budget” under a two percent cap mandated by the State, the Princeton Board of Education has approved a total operating…